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Omnibus Spending Bill Contains Vital Waterway Funding

By Carter Langston
Within the recently-passed, President-signed Omnibus Spending Bill, the Corps of Engineers received $4.705 billion within the Energy and Water Development section. Congress appropriated $585 million more than the Administration requested.

Congress appropriated $144.5 million for investigations, $1.796 billion for construction projects, $1.959 billion for operations and maintenance, $324.5 million for the Mississippi River and Tributaries, and $481 million for other items.

Language in the bill allows the Corps of Engineers to use funds from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund and the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund to fund programs in the Construction, General category. The bill stipulates that funds from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund also may be used for Operations and Maintenance programs, including resource protection, research, interpretation, and maintenance at outdoor recreation areas; and to cover the cost of operation and maintenance of dredged material disposal facilities, for which fees have been collected.
Within the permitting language for Operation and Maintenance, the bill states that funds may be used for: providing security at facilities owned and operated by or on behalf of the Corps of Engineers; maintenance of harbor channels provided by a public agency that serves essential navigation needs of general commerce; and surveys and charting of northern and northwestern lakes and connecting waters, clearing and straightening channels, and removing obstructions to navigation.

Listed are some of the waterway projects that the bill funds in 2005:

INVESTIGATIONS
ALABAMA
Alabama Inland Waters Freight Mobility Study - $750,000

ALASKA
Akutan Harbor - $135,000; Alaska Regional Ports - $150,000; Anchorage Harbor deepening - $50,000; Craig Harbor - $800,000; Delong Mountain Harbor - $250,000; Haines Harbor - $135,000; Home Harbor Modification - $300,000; Ketchikan Harbor - $50,000; Kotzebue Small Boat Harbor - $50,000; Little Diomede Harbor - $50,000; Mekoryuk Harbor - $50,000; Port Lions Harbor - $100,000; Unalakleet Harbor - $50,000; Unalaska Harbor - $150,000

ARKANSAS
Arkansas River Levees $150,000; Arkansas River navigation study - $500,000; Pine Mountain Dam - $100,000; White River Basin Comprehensive - $1 million; White River minimum flows through Arkansas and Missouri - $200,000; White River navigation to Newport, Ark. - $100,000

CALIFORNIA
Bolinas Lagoon ecosystem restoration - $100,000; California Coastal sediment master plan - $200,000; City of San Bernardino - $150,000; Coast of California, Los Angeles County - $400,000; Humbolot Bay long term shoal management - $45,000; Los Angeles County - $630,000; Ocean Beach - $200,000; Pajaro River at Watsonville - $400,000
San Bernardino County - $100,000; San Clemente Shoreline - $178,000; San Diego County Shoreline - $250,000; Solana Beach shoreline protection study - $121,000; South San Francisco shoreline protection study - $350,000; Ventura Harbor sand bypass - $300,000; Yuba River basin - $600,000

COMMONWEALTH OF NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
Rota Harbor modifications - $50,000; Tinian Harbor modifications - $50,000

FLORIDA
Biscayne Bay feasibility study - $100,000; Daytona Beach shores - $400,000; Egmont Key shoreline stabilization - $500,000; Lake Worth Inlet - $100,000; Port Everglades Harbor - $125,000; Sarasota County, Lido Key - $200,000; St. Petersburg Harbor - $200,000

GEORGIA
Savannah Harbor ecosystem restoration - $250,000; Savannah Harbor expansion - $800,000; Savannah River Basin comprehensive - $250,000; Tybee Island North Beach shore protection project - $110,000

HAWAII
Barbers Point Harbor modification - $50,000; Kawaihae deep draft harbor modifications - $150,000; Nawiliwili Harbor modification - $50,000; Waikiki Beach, Honolulu - $200,000; Wailupe Stream flood control study - $200,000

ILLINOIS
Des Plaines River - $1.6 million; Peoria Riverfront development - $100,000; Upper Mississippi and Illinois Rivers navigation study - $12 million; Wood River Levee - $185,000

INDIANA
Indiana Harbor - $500,000

KENTUCKY
Greenup Locks and Dam, Ohio River - $310,000; Ohio River main stem systems study - $1.08 million

LOUISIANA
Bayou Sorrel Lock - $550,000; Calcasieu Lock - $200,000; Calcasieu River pass ship channel enlargement - $50,000; Louisiana Coastal area ecosystem restoration - $8 million; Port of Iberia - $649,000; Red River navigation through Arkansas and Louisiana - $27,000

MAINE
Searsport Harbor - $25,000

MARYLAND
Chesapeake Bay shoreline erosion - $500,000; Eastern Shore, Mid Chesapeake Bay Island - $1.5 million

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston Harbor's 45-foot channel - $650,000

MICHIGAN
Great Lakes navigation system study - $2.5 million

MISSISSIPPI
Hancock County seawall restoration - $200,000

MISSOURI
Missouri River Levee system - $300,000; St. Louis Mississippi riverfront - $338,000

NEBRASKA
Lower Platte River and tributaries - $257,000

NEW JERSEY
Great Egg Harbor Inlet to Townsend Inlet - $135,000; Hudson - Raritan Estuary - $1.05 million; Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet - $300,000; New Jersey Intracoastal Waterway - $100,000; New Jersey shoreline protection and alternative nourishment - $716,000; Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay - $850,000

NEW YORK
Buffalo River environmental dredging - $130,000; Flushing Bay and Creek - $250,000
Hudson - Raritan Estuary - $950,000; Lake Montauk Harbor - $300,000; North Shore of Long Island - $405,000; South Shore of Staten Island - $209,000

NORTH CAROLINA
Carrituck Sound - $210,000; Dare County beaches - $250,000; Surf City and North Topsail Beach - $214,000; Tar River and Pamlico Sound - $68,000

OHIO
Ashtabula River dredging - $564,000; Mahoning River dredging - $450,000; Ohio Riverfront - $2 million

OREGON
Lower Columbia River ecosystem restoration - $135,000; Willamette River dredging - $228,000

PENNSYLVANIA
Upper Ohio navigation study - $2.08 million

SOUTH CAROLINA
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway - $250,000; Edisto Island - $100,000; Pawley's Island - $274,000

TEXAS
Brazos Island Harbor - $500,000; Corpus Christi ship channel - $800,000

VIRGINIA
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (bridges) - $312,000; John H Kerr Dam and Reservoir - $290,000; Norfolk Harbor and channels - $421,000

VIRGIN ISLANDS
Crown Bay channel - $281,000

WASHINGTON
Elliot Bay Seawall - $240,000; Lake Washington ship canal - $450,000; Puget Sound Nearshore marine habitat restoration - $450,000

GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
ALASKA
Chignik Harbor - $2 million; Nome Harbor improvements - $17 million; Sand Point Harbor - $1 million; St. Paul Harbor - $11 million

ARKANSAS
McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River navigation system - $3 million; Montgomery Point Lock and Dam - $9.09 million

CALIFORNIA
American River Watershed - $20.18 million; Guadalupe River - $2 million; Harbor/South Bay Water Recycling Project - $2 million; Marysville/Yuba City Levee reconstruction - $3.686 million; Mid-Valley area Levee reconstruction - $2.3 million; Oakland Harbor (50-foot project) - $35 million; Sacramento River deep water ship channel - $2.5 million;
Success Dam - $4 million; Upper Newport Bay ecosystem reconstruction - $500,000; Upper Sacramento area Levee reconstruction - $2.4 million

DELAWARE
Delaware Bay coastline (Bethany to South Bethany) - $350,000; Delaware coast (Cape Henlopen to Fenwick Island) - $2.5 million; Delaware coast (Rehoboth Beach to Dewey Beach) - $3.675 million; Delaware Bay coastline (Roosevelt Inlet to Lewes Beach) - $352,000

FLORIDA
Brevard County Shore protection - $1 million; Broward County Shore protection - $2.5 million; Canaveral Harbor - $3.016 million; Central and Southern Florida - $80 million; Duval County shore protection project - $750,000; Everglades and South Florida ecosystem restoration - $25 million; Fort Pierce Beach - $1.5 million; Herbert Hoover Dike - $1.896 million; Jacksonville Harbor - $3.5 million; Lake Worth Inlet Sand Transfer Plant - $18 million; Manatee Harbor - $1.5 million; Miami Harbor Channel - $1 million; Nassau County Shore protection - $750,000; Ponce De Leon Inlet - $6.5 million
Port Everglades Harbor - $400,000; Tampa Harbor - $12.4 million

GEORGIA
Brunswick Harbor - $10 million; Tybee Island Shore protection - $204,000

HAWAII
Kaumalapau Harbor - $2 million; Kikiola small boat harbor - $2.5 million; Maalaea Harbor - $100,000

ILLINOIS
Chain of Rocks Canal (Mississippi River) - $3.9 million; Chicago shoreline - $20 million; Des Plaines River - $500,000; Great Lakes fishery and ecosystem restoration - $1 million; Lock and Dam 24 (Mississippi River) - $8.8 million; Melvin Price Lock and Dam - $980,000; Olmsted Locks and Dam (Ohio River) - $75 million; Upper Mississippi River environmental management program - $16 million

INDIANA
Indiana Harbor - $6.7 million; Indiana shoreline - $1 million; John T Myers Lock and Dam (Ohio River) - $2 million; Ohio River greenway public access - $1.6 million

IOWA
Lock and Dam 19 (Mississippi River) - $4.8 million; Missouri River Levee system - $1.250 million

KENTUCKY
Kentucky Lock and Dam (Tennessee River) - $45 million; McAlpine Locks and Dam (Ohio River) - $80 million

LOUISIANA
Inner Harbor navigation canal lock - $20 million; J Bennet Johnston Waterway - $4 million; Shoreline protection projects - $11.05 million; Ouachita River Levees - $800,000
Southwest Louisiana - $35 million; West Bank and vicinity - $37 million

MARYLAND
Chesapeake Bay restoration and protection - $1 million; Chesapeake Bay oyster recovery - $3 million; Poplar Island - $15.130 million

MICHIGAN
Sault Ste. Marie replacement lock - $4 million

MISSISSIPPI
Pascagoula Harbor - $1.981 million

MISSOURI
Blue River channel - $1.525 million; Bois Brule Levee - $1.2 million; Mississippi River between Ohio and Missouri Rivers - $2 million

NEBRASKA
Missouri National Recreational River - $295,000

NEW JERSEY
Barnegat to Little Egg Harbor Inlet - $1 million; Brigantine Inlet to Great Egg Inlet - $4 million; Cape May Inlet to Lower Township - $182,000; Delaware Bay Coastline - $750,000; Delaware River main channel - $300,000; Great Egg Harbor Inlet to Peck Beach - $100,000; Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay - $250,000; Sandy Hook to Barnegat Inlet - $500,000; Townsends Inlet to Cape May Inlet - $12.8 million

NEW YORK
Atlantic Coast of Long Island, New York City - $1.3 million; East River seawall - $500,000; Fire Island Inlet to Montauk Point - $6.6 million; New York and New Jersey Harbor - $100 million; New York State Canal system - $1 million; Orchard Beach - $250,000

NORTH CAROLINA
Brunswick County beaches - $200,000; Dare County beaches - $250,000; Wilmington Harbor - $25 million

OHIO
Ohio environmental infrastructure - $22 million

OREGON
Columbia River channel improvements - $3 million; Columbia River Treaty fishing access sites - $4.2 million; Lower Columbia River ecosystem restoration - $2 million
Willamette River temperature control - $6.2 million

PENNSYLVANIA
Locks and Dams 2, 3 and 4 Monongahela River - $42 million

PUERTO RICO
Portugues and Bucana Rivers - $14 million; Rio Puerto Muevo - $15 million

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston Harbor deepening and widening - $1.5 million; Folly Beach - $500,000

TENNESSEE
Chickamauga Lock - $14 million

TEXAS
Brays Bayou - $10 million; El Paso - $10 million; Houston-Galveston navigation channels - $24 million; Hunting Bayou - $750,000; North Padre Island - $3 million; San Antonio channel improvements - $2.25 million; Sims Bayou - $16 million

VIRGINIA
Norfolk Harbor and channels (deepening) - $5 million

WASHINGTON
Chief Joseph Dam gas abatement - $7 million; Columbia River fish mitigation - $80 million; Howard Hanson Dam ecosystem restoration - $9 million; Lower Snake River fish and wildlife - $2 million; Mud Mountain Dam - $8 million; Puget Sound and adjacent waters restoration - $500,000; Shoalwater Bay shoreline erosion - $600,000

WISCONSIN
Northern Wisconsin environmental assistance program - $10 million

WEST VIRGINIA
Robert C Byrd Locks and Dam (Ohio River) - $1.2 million

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
ALABAMA
Alabama - Coosa Comprehensive Water Study - $500,000; Alabama - Coosa River - $4 million; Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers - $5.231 million; Bayou La Batre - $100,000; Gulf Intracoastal Waterway - $5 million; Millers Ferry Lock and Dam, William Bill Dannelly Lake - $2.727 million; Mobile Harbor and Garrows Bend restoration - $21 million; Robert F. Henry Lock and Dam - $4.464 million; Walter F. George Lock and Dam - $5.989 million; Black Warrior-Tombigbee Waterway - $19.539 million; Tennessee River - $17 million; Tennessee - Tombigbee Waterway - $23.004 million; Tennessee Tombigbee Wildlife Mitigation Payments - $2 million

ALASKA
Anchorage Harbor - $3.154 million; Dillingham Harbor - $603,000; Home Harbor - $445,000; Winilchik Harbor - $276,000; Nome Harbor - $2.815 million

ARKANSAS
Blakely Mountain Dam, Lake Ouachita - $7.192 million; Bardanelle Lock and Dam - $5,337 million; Helena Harbor - $350,000; McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System - $35.489 million; Narrows Dam - $5.613 million; Osceola Harbor - $590,000; Ouachita and Black Rivers - $9.974 million; Ozark-Jeta Taylor Lock and Dam - $4.866 million; White River - $1 million; Yellow Bend Port - $135,000

CALIFORNIA
Buchanan Dam - $1.958 million; Channel Islands Harbor - $4.985 million
Humbolt Harbor and Bay - $2.864 million; Los Angeles-Long Beach Harbor Model - $175,000; Morro Bay Harbor - $578,000; Moss Landing Harbor - $500,000; Oakland Harbor - $7.098 million; Oceanside Harbor - $1.11 million; Pillar Point Harbor - $250,000; Port Huenene - $500,000; Por Sam Luis - $1 million; Redwood City Harbor - $1 million; Richmond Harbor - $7.572 million; San Francisco Bay Delta and Long term management - $2.350 million; San Francisco Harbor and Bay drift removal - $3.3 million; San Francisco Harbor - $2.25 million; San Pablo Bay and Hare Island Strait - $1 million; Santa Barbara Harbor - $2.09 million; Suison Bay Channel - $4.559 million; Ventura Harbor - $2.91 million

COMMONWEALTH OF NORTHERN
MARIANA ISLANDS
Rota Harbor - $200,000

CONNECTICUT
Norwalk Harbor - $1.5 million; Southport Harbor - $1 million; Thomaston Dam - $816,000; Long Island Sound dredged material treatment - $1.5 million

DELAWARE
Indian River Inlet and Bay - $500,000; Intracoastal Waterway - $13.8 million; Wilmington Harbor - $3.57 million

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Potomac and Anacosta Rivers drift removal - $1.122 million

FLORIDA
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway - $1.05 million; Canaveral Harbor - $7.5 million; Central and Southern Harbor - $10.559 million; Fernandina Harbor - $1.98 million; Gulf Intracoastal Waterway - $1 million; Jacksonville Harbor - $8.945 million; Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam - $6.5 million; Palm Beach Harbor - $1.985 million; Panama City Harbor - $906,000; Pensacola Harbor - $1.5 million; Port Everglades Harbor - $2 million; Tampa Harbor - $4.286 million

GEORGIA
Brunswick Harbor - $3.993 million; Savannah Harbor - $11.887 million; Savannah River - $134,000

HAWAII
Barbers Point Harbor - $248,000; Laupahoehoe small boat Harbor - $100,000; Pohiki Bay - $100,000; Port Allen Harbor - $1.77 million

ILLINOIS
Calumet Harbor and River - $2.124 million; Chicago Harbor - $2.599 million; Illinois Waterway - $35.79 million; Kaskaskia River navigation - $2 million; Lake Michigan Diversion - $547,000; Mississippi River - $60.38 million; Waukegan Harbor - $2.68 million

INDIANA
Burns Waterway Harbor - $3.764 million; Indiana Harbor - $871,000; Michigan City Harbor - $316,000

IOWA
Missouri River (Kenslers Bend, Neb. to Sioux City) - $157,000; Missouri River (Sioux City to Rulo) - $11.015 million

KENTUCKY
Sig Sandy Harbor - $1.2 million; Elvis Stahr (Hickman) Harbor - $490,000; Ohio River Locks and Dams - $32.687 million; Ohio River Open Channel Work - $4.58 million

LOUISIANA
Atchafalaya River and Bayous Chene - $13.813 million; Bayou Bodcau reservoir - $776,000; Bayou Pierre - $28,000; Bayou Segnette - $750,000; Freshwater Bayou - $1.678 million; Gulf Intracoastal Waterway - $17.476 million; Houna navigation channel - $3.07 million; J Bennett Johnston Waterway - $14 million; Lake Providence Harbor - $38,000; Madison Parish Port - $20,000; Mississippi River outlets at Venice - $424,000; Mississippi River (Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico) - $59.125 million; Mississippi River (Gulf outlet) - $13.004 million

MARYLAND
Baltimore Harbor and channels - $15.796 million; Baltimore Harbor (drift removal) - $510,000; Baltimore Harbor (deposit prevention) - $700,000; Chesapeake City dredging - $250,000; Herring Bay and Rockhold Creek - $90,000

MASSACHUSETTS
Aunt Lydia's Cove - $350,000; Boston Harbor - $7.5 million; Cape Cod Canal - $12.255 million; Green Harbor - $387,000; Sesuit Harbor - $130,000

MICHIGAN
Caseville Harbor - $255,000; Charlevoix Harbor - $159,000; Grand Haven Harbor - $637,000; Grand Harais Harbor - $181,000; Harbor Beach Harbor - $38,000; Holland Harbor - $1.214 million; Keweenaw Waterway - $399,000; Little Lake Harbor - $17,000; Ludington Harbor - $538,000; Manistee Harbor - $521,000; Marquette Harbor - $10,000; Menominee Harbor - $154,000; Monroe Harbor - $184,000; Muskegon Harbor - $47,000; Ontonagon Harbor - $589,000; Pentwater Harbor - 120,000; St. Joseph Harbor - $605,000

MINNESOTA
Duluth - Superior Harbor - $4.917 million; Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis - $51.03 million; Reservoirs at headwaters of Mississippi River - $6.026 million

MISSISSIPPI
Biloxi Harbor - $1.25 million; Claiborne County Port - $7,000; East Fork, Tombigbee River - $170,000; Gulfport Harbor - $2.5 million; Pascagoula Harbor - $3.9 million; Rosedale Harbor - $20,000

MISSOURI
Caruthersville Harbor - $350,000; Mississippi River between the Ohio and Missouri rivers - $21.236 million; New Madrid Harbor - $360,000; Southeast Missouri Port - $375,000
NEBRASKA
Missouri River master water control - $350,000

NEW JERSEY
Barnegat Inlet - $1.59 million; Cold Spring Inlet - $245,000; Delaware River at Camden - $20,000; Delaware River, Philadelphia to the Sea - $20.6 million; Delaware River, Philadelphia to Trenton - $3.415 million; New Jersey Intracoastal Waterway - $2 million; Newark Bay - $120,000

NEW YORK
Black Rock Channel and Tonawanda Harbor - $1.681 million; Buffalo Harbor - $750,000; Buttermilk Channel - $1.03 million; Dunkirk Harbor - $345,000; East Rockaway Inlet to Jones Inlet- $2.1 million; Flushing Bay and Creek - $750,000; Great Sodus Bay Harbor - $300,000; Great South Bay - $200,000; Jamaica Bay - $2.2 million; Lake Montauk Harbor - $750,000; Little Sodus Bay Harbor - $600,000; Moriches Inlet - $50,000; New York and New Jersey Channels - $5.7 million; New York Harbor - $4.235 million; New York Harbor (drift removal) - $5.414 million; Oswego Harbor - $1.07 million; Rochester Harbor - $60,000; Saugerties Harbor - $500,000; Shinnecock Inlet - $100,000; Wilson Harbor - $350,000

NORTH CAROLINA
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway - $3 million; Lockwoods Folly River - $1 million; Manteo Bay - $6.97 million; Morehead City Harbor - $4.112 million; Wilmington Harbor - $8.157 million

OHIO
Ashtabula Harbor - $1.940 million; Cleveland Harbor - $4.653 million; Conneaut Harbor - $420,000; Fairport Harbor - $954,000; Huron Harbor - $1.104 million; Lorain Harbor - $1.615 million; Port Clinton Harbor - $365,000; Sandusky Harbor - $950,000; Toledo Harbor - $3.589 million

OREGON
Bonneville Lock and Dam - $8.807 million; Columbia and Lower Willamette River - $19.768 million; Columbia River at the Mouth - $17.791 million; Columbia River between Vancouver, Washington and the Dalles - $614,000; Coos Bay - $6.533 million; Depoe Bay - $300,000; John Day Lock and Dam - $5.898 million; McNary Lock and Dam - $5.678 million; Port Orford - $350,000; Tillahook Bay and Bar - $134,000; Willamette Falls Locks - $420,000; Willamette River Bank Protection - $60,000; Yaquina Bay and Harbor - $2.182 million

PENNSYLVANIA
Delaware River (Fairless Turning Basin) - $1 million; Erie Harbor - $70,000; Ohio River Locks and Dams - $14.663 million; Ohio River open channel work - $578,000

PUERTO RICO
San Juan Harbor - $2 million

RHODE ISLAND
Bullocks Cove - $500,000; Pawtuxet Cove - $800,000; Providence River and Harbor - $8 million

SOUTH CAROLINA
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway - $2.5 million; Charleston Harbor - $14.052 million; Cooper River at Charleston Harbor - $3.315 million; Georgetown Harbor - $1.988 million; Murrels Inlet - $56,000

SOUTH DAKOTA
Missouri River between Fort Peck Dam and Gavins Point - $350,000

TENNESSEE
Tennessee River - $17 million

TEXAS
Bayport ship channel - $2.785 million; Brazos Island Harbor - $2.875 million; Buffalo Bayou and tributaries - $1.835 million; Corpus Christi ship channel - $7.945 million; Freeport Harbor - $6.32 million; Galveston Harbor and Channel - $8.551 million; Gulf Intracoastal Waterway - $15.527 million; Houston ship channel - $16 million; Sabine-Neches Waterway - $10.985 million

VIRGINIA
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway - $2.37 million; Chincoteague Inlet - $500,000; Hampton Roads, Norfolk and Newport News Harbor (drift removal)- $1.1 million; James River Channel - $3.77 million; Lynnhaven Inlet - $1.635 million; Norfolk Harbor - 8.678 million; Norfolk Harbor (deposit prevention)- $190,000

WASHINGTON
Everett Harbor and Snohomish River - $1.589 million; Grays Harbor and Chehalis River - $9.215 million; Ice Harbor Lock and Dam - $6.022 million; Lake Washington Ship Canal - $6.480 million; Little Goose Lock and Dam - $1.607 million; Lower Granite Lock and Dam - $2.931 million; Lower Monumental Lock and Dam - $2.337 million; Neah Bay - $128,000; Puget Sound and tributary waters - $1.003 million; Seattle Harbor - $1.152 million; Swinonish Channel - $510,000; The Dalles Lock and Dam - $3.407 million; Waterway connecting Port Townsend and Oak Bay - $221,000

WEST VIRGINIA
Ohio River Locks and Dams - $28.269 million; Ohio River open channel work - $2.494 million

WISCONSIN
Cornucopia Harbor - $120,000; Green Bay Harbor - $3.585 million; Kenosha Harbor - $190,000; Kewaunee Harbor - $95,000; Manitowoc Harbor - $72,000; Milwaukee Harbor - $768,000; Port Wing Harbor - $130,000; Sheboygan Harbor - $2.45 million; Sturgeon Bay Harbor and Lake Michigan ship canal - $1.324 million; Two Rivers Harbor - $15,000

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