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Title 33Chapter IIPart 385


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER II—CORPS OF ENGINEERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

PART 385—PROGRAMMATIC REGULATIONS FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE EVERGLADES RESTORATION PLAN

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§385.1
Purpose of the programmatic regulations.
§385.2
Applicability of the programmatic regulations.
§385.3
Definitions.
§385.4
Limitation on applicability of programmatic regulations.
§385.5
Guidance memoranda.
§385.6
Review of programmatic regulations.
§385.7
Concurrency statements.
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Subpart B—PROGRAM GOALS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

§385.8
Goals and purposes of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan.
§385.9
Implementation principles.
§385.10
Implementation responsibilities, consultation, and coordination.
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Subpart C—CERP IMPLEMENTATION PROCESSES

§385.11
Implementation process for projects.
§385.12
Pilot projects.
§385.13
Projects implemented under additional program authority.
§385.14
Incorporation of NEPA and related considerations into the implementation process.
§385.15
Consistency with requirements of the State of Florida.
§385.16
Design agreements.
§385.17
Project Delivery Team.
§385.18
Public outreach.
§385.19
Environmental and economic equity.
§385.20
Restoration Coordination and Verification (RECOVER).
§385.21
Quality control.
§385.22
Independent scientific review and external peer review.
§385.23
Dispute resolution.
§385.24
Project Management Plans.
§385.25
Program Management Plans.
§385.26
Project Implementation Reports.
§385.27
Project Cooperation Agreements.
§385.28
Operating Manuals.
§385.29
Other project documents.
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Subpart D—INCORPORATING NEW INFORMATION INTO THE PLAN

§385.30
Master Implementation Sequencing Plan.
§385.31
Adaptive management program.
§385.32
Comprehensive Plan Modification Report.
§385.33
Revisions to models and analytical tools.
§385.34
Changes to the Plan.
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Subpart E—ENSURING PROTECTION OF THE NATURAL SYSTEM AND WATER AVAILABILITY CONSISTENT WITH THE GOALS AND PURPOSE OF THE PLAN

§385.35
Achievement of the benefits of the Plan.
§385.36
Elimination or transfer of existing legal sources of water.
§385.37
Flood protection.
§385.38
Interim goals.
§385.39
Evaluating progress towards other water-related needs of the region provided for in the Plan.
§385.40
Reports to Congress.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 385—Illustrations to Part 385


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