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The Dickey-Lincoln Hydroelectric Dam is a water resources project proposed by the Federal Government (U. S. Army Corps of Engineers). Therefore, in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act, the Corps of Engineers is required to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) on the project. A federal plan or project such as Dickey-Lincoln should take into account its effect upon man's health, safety, welfare and economic well-being, as well as effects upon the surrounding environment. More importantly, project plans should be evaluated in a "manner calculated to encourage harmony between man and his environment." In other words, project plans or policies which have adverse impacts upon the environment should be reexamined to see if they can be modified. This provides for mitigation of defined impacts.
Edward C. Jordan Company, Inc., "Social Impact Summary : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project / Prepared for the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, New England Division" (1977). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 71.
United States, and Edward C. Jordan Co. 1977. Social impact summary: Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes project. Portland, Me: The Company.
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