Part 1940 general subpart g environmental Program

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RD Instruction 1940-G

Exhibit J

Locations and Telephone Numbers of Federal Emergency Management

Administration's Regional Offices

Federal Region Location FTS Number* Commercial Number
I Boston, MA 223-4741 (617) 223-4741
II New York, NY 264-8980 (212) 264-8980
III Philadelphia, PA 597-9416 (215) 597-9416
IV Atlanta, GA 257-2400 (404) 881-2400
V Chicago, IL 353-1500 (312) 353-1500
VI Dallas, TX 749-9201 (817) 387-5811
VII Kansas City, MO 758-5912 (816) 374-5912
VIII Denver, CO 234-2553 (303) 234-2553
IX San Francisco, CA 556-8794 (415) 556-8794
X Seattle, WA 396-0284 (206) 481-8800

*This is the main number for the regional office. For floodplain

information, ask for the Natural and Technological Hazards Division.


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RD Instruction 1940-G

Exhibit K

Locations and Telephone Numbers of U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service's Wetland Coordinators

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is presently preparing the National Wetlands Inventory. Each regional office of the FWS has named a staff member as a Wetland Coordinator. These individuals can provide updated information concerning existing State and local wetland surveys and Federal inventories. Listed below are the FWS regional offices and their areas of responsibility.

Region I
Portland, OR FTS 429-6154

Commercial (503) 231-6154

Areas Covered: California Hawaii

Idaho Nevada

Oregon Washington

U.S. Pacific Trust, Territories and Possessions

Region II
Albuquerque, NM FTS 474-3152

Commercial (505) 766-2914

Areas Covered: Arizona New Mexico

Oklahoma Texas

Region III
Twin Cities, MN FTS 725-3593

Commercial (612) 725-3593

Areas Covered: Illinois Minnesota

Indiana Ohio

Michigan Wisconsin

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Region IV
Atlanta, GA FTS 242-6343

Commercial (404) 221-6343

Areas Covered: Alabama Mississippi

Arkansas North Carolina

Florida Panama Canal Zone

Georgia Puerto Rico

Kentucky South Carolina

Louisiana Tennessee

Virgin Islands
Region V
Newton Corner, MA FTS 829-9379

Commercial (617) 965-5100

Ext. 379
Areas Covered: Connecticut New Jersey

Delaware New York

District of Columbia Pennsylvania

Maine Rhode Island

Maryland Vermont

Massachusetts Virginia

New Hampshire West Virginia
Region VI
Denver, CO FTS 234-5586

Commercial (303) 234-5586

Areas Covered: Colorado Nebraska

Iowa North Dakota

Kansas South Dakota

Missouri Utah

Montana Wyoming

Alaska Area Office
Anchorage, AK Commercial (907) 263-3403
National Office
St. Petersburg, FL FTS 826-3624

Commercial (813) 893-3624


RD Instruction 1940-G

Exhibit L

Exceptions to Restrictions of Coastal Barrier Resources Act

Section 6 Exceptions*

(a) Notwithstanding Section 5, the appropriate Federal officer, after consultation with the Secretary, may make Federal expenditures or financial assistance available within the Coastal Barrier Resources System for-

(1) Any use or facility necessary for the exploration, extraction, or transportation of energy resources which can be carried out only on, in, or adjacent to coastal water areas because the use or facility requires access to the coastal water body;
(2) The maintenance of existing channel improvements and related structures, such as jetties, and including the disposal of dredge materials related to such improvements;
(3) The maintenance, replacement, reconstruction, or repair, but not the expansion, of publicly owned or publicly operated roads, structures, or facilities that are essential links in a larger network or system;
(4) Military activities essential to national security;
(5) The construction, operation, maintenance, and rehabilitation of Coast Guard facilities and access thereto; and
(6) Any of the following actions or projects, but only if the making available of expenditures or assistance therefore is consistent with the purposes of this Act:
(A) Projects for the study, management, protection and enhancement of fish and wildlife resources and habitats, including, but not limited to, acquisition of fish and wildlife habitats and related lands, stabilization projects for fish and wildlife habitats, and recreational projects.
(B) The establishment, operation, and maintenance of air and water navigation aids and devices, and for access thereto.
(C) Projects under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 (16 U.S.C. 4601-4 through 11) and the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C. 1452 et seq.).
(D) Scientific research, including but not limited to aeronautical, atmospheric, space, geologic, marine, fish and wildlife and other research, development and applications.
*Quoted from Section 6 of the Act, P.L. 97-348.

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(E) Assistance for emergency actions essential to the saving of lives and the protection of property and the public health and safety, if such actions are performed pursuant to Sections 305 and 306 of the Disaster Relief Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. 5145 and 5146) and Section 1362 of the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 4103) and are limited to actions that are necessary to alleviate the emergency.

(F) The maintenance, replacement, reconstruction, or repair, but not the expansion, of publicly owned or publicly operated roads, structures, or facilities.
(G) Nonstructural projects for shoreline stabilization that are designed to mimic, enhance, or restore natural stabilization systems.
(b) For purposes of Subsection (a)(2), a channel improvement or a related structure shall be treated as an existing improvement or an existing related structure only if all, or a portion, of the moneys for such improvement or structure was appropriated before the date of the enactment of this Act.

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