Final Environmental Impact Statement and the New York Coastal Management Program

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Page 19 - ... (A) cause, or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible, or incapacitating reversible, illness; or (B) pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, or disposed of. or otherwise managed.
Page 9-20 - The zone extends inland from the shorelines only to the extent necessary to control shorelands, the uses of which have a direct and significant impact on the coastal waters.
Page 17 - Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce Department of Defense Department of Education Department of Energy Department of Health and Human Services Department of Housing and Urban Development...
Page 7 - Section 315 authorizes grants to states to acquire lands for access to beaches and other public coastal areas of environmental, recr.eational , historical, aesthetic, ecological, or cultural value...
Page 21 - No dyestuffs, coal tar, refuse from a gas house, cheese factory, creamery, condensery or canning factory, sawdust, shavings, tanbark, lime or other deleterious or poisonous substance shall be thrown or allowed to run into any waters, either private or public, in quantities injurious to fish life inhabiting the same, or injurious to the propagation of fish therein.
Page 6 - ... coastal management programs. Section 305 of the CZMA authorizes a maximum of four annual grants to develop a coastal management program. After developing a management program, the state is then eligible for annual grants under Section 306 to implement its management program. If a program has deficiencies which need to be remedied or has not received approval by the time Section 305 program development grants have expired, a state may continue development of a Federally approvable coastal management...
Page 23 - Department of Health and Human Services. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Department of Interior. Department of Justice. Department of Labor. Department of State. Department of Transportation. Department of the Treasury. Environmental Protection Agency. General Services Administration. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Veterans Administration.
Page 5 - ... (4) Identifies the inland and seaward areas subject to the management program; (5) Provides for the consideration of the national interest in the planning for and siting of facilities that meet more than local requirements; and (6) Includes sufficient legal authorities and organizational arrangements to implement the program and to ensure conformance to it.

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