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Focus on: Office of Chehalis Basin re appropriations

Publication number Date Published
21-13-001February 2021
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Author(s) Curt Hart and Andrea McNamara Doyle
Description This one-page document describes how Chehalis Basin Strategy activities that aim to reduce long-term flood damages and improve aquatic species habitat in the Chehalis River Basin are often large-scale and complex. The Focus sheet describes how and why our Office of Chehalis Basin expects some amount of some amount of re appropriation request every biennial funding cycle, and changes OCB is implementing to address slow project spending.
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Keywords Office of Chehalis Basin, CFAR, Community Flood Assistance and Resilience, Chehalis Basin, flooding, Chehalis River, Ecology, Chehalis Basin Strategy, projects, re appropriations, ASRP, Department of Ecology, OCB, Aquatic Species Restoration Plan, Chehalis River Basin Flood Damage Reduction Project
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