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TITLE 18—Conservation of Power and Water Resources

CHAPTER XIII—TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY

PART 1304—APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION IN THE TENNESSEE RIVER SYSTEM AND REGULATION OF STRUCTURES AND OTHER ALTERATIONS

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Subpart A—PROCEDURES FOR APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION

§1304.1
Scope and intent.
§1304.2
Application.
§1304.3
Delegation of authority.
§1304.4
Application review and approval process.
§1304.5
Conduct of hearings.
§1304.6
Appeals.
§1304.7
Conditions of approvals.
§1304.8
Denials.
§1304.9
Initiation of construction.
§1304.10
Change in ownership of approved facilities or activities.
§1304.11
Little Tennessee River; date of formal submission.
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Subpart B—REGULATION OF NONNAVIGABLE HOUSEBOATS

§1304.100
Scope and intent.
§1304.101
Nonnavigable houseboats.
§1304.102
Numbering of nonnavigable houseboats and transfer of ownership.
§1304.103
Approval of plans for structural modifications or rebuilding of approved nonnavigable houseboats.
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Subpart C—TVA-OWNED RESIDENTIAL ACCESS SHORELAND

§1304.200
Scope and intent.
§1304.201
Applicability.
§1304.202
General sediment and erosion control provisions.
§1304.203
Vegetation management.
§1304.204
Docks, piers, and boathouses.
§1304.205
Other water-use facilities.
§1304.206
Requirements for community docks, piers, boathouses, or other water-use facilities.
§1304.207
Channel excavation on TVA-owned residential access shoreland.
§1304.208
Shoreline stabilization on TVA-owned residential access shoreland.
§1304.209
Land-based structures/alterations.
§1304.210
Grandfathering of preexisting shoreland uses and structures.
§1304.211
Change in ownership of grandfathered structures or alterations.
§1304.212
Waivers.
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Subpart D—ACTIVITIES ON TVA FLOWAGE EASEMENT SHORELAND

§1304.300
Scope and intent.
§1304.301
Utilities.
§1304.302
Vegetation management on flowage easement shoreland.
§1304.303
Channel excavation.
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Subpart E—MISCELLANEOUS

§1304.400
Flotation devices and material, all floating structures.
§1304.401
Marine sanitation devices.
§1304.402
Wastewater outfalls.
§1304.403
Marina sewage pump-out stations and holding tanks.
§1304.404
Commercial marina harbor limits.
§1304.405
Fuel storage tanks and handling facilities.
§1304.406
Removal of unauthorized, unsafe, and derelict structures or facilities.
§1304.407
Development within flood control storage zones of TVA reservoirs.
§1304.408
Variances.
§1304.409
Indefinite or temporary moorage of recreational vessels.
§1304.410
Navigation restrictions.
§1304.411
Fish attractor, spawning, and habitat structures.
§1304.412
Definitions.


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