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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

100 STAT. 4242

PUBLIC LAW 99-662—NOV. 17, 1986

SEC. 1123. FEDERAL TOWNSITES.

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North Dakota.

South Dakota. South Dakota.

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Montana.

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Montana.

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The section entitled "Transfer of Federal Townsites" in the Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1985, title I, chapter IV (Public Law 99-88; 99 Stat. 317) is amended as follows: (1) Subsection (a)(1) is amended by striking out "without warranty of any kind" and inserting in lieu thereof "by warranty deed, said deed to include a covenant to defend title to the property". (2) Subsection (a)(l)(A) is amended by— t ' -! (A) inserting "(i)" after "(A)", and (B) adding at the end the following: "(ii) The land utilized as a sanitary landfill by Riverdale, North Dakota, consisting of approximately ninety-six acres, "(iii) The peripheral utility improvements at Riverdale, North Dakota, developed for, or being utilized as, sewage lagoons; the sewer pipeline extending from the townsite boundary to said lagoons; any outfall facilities or control structures in conjunction therewith; the water pipeline extending from the exterior boundaries of the powerplant to the townsite; and appropriate easements of right-of-way for the access to, and operation and maintenance of said improvements.". (3) Subsection (a)(l)(B) is amended by— (A) inserting "(i)" after "(B)", and (B) adding at the end the following: "(ii) The land utilized as a sanitary landfill by Pickstown, South Dakota, consisting of approximately twenty-three acres, "(iii) The peripheral utility improvements at Pickstown, South Dakota, developed for, or being utilized as, sewage lagoons; water treatment plant; water intake structure; the sewer pipeline extending from the townsite boundary to the sewer lagoons; any outfall facilities or control structures in conjunction therewith; the water pipeline extending from the water intake to the water treatment plant and to the townsite boundary; and appropriate easements of right-of-way for access to, and operation and maintenance of, said improvements.". (4) Subsection (a)(l)(C) is amended by— (A) inserting "(i)" after "(C)", and (B) adding at the end the following: "(ii) The peripheral utility improvements at Fort Peck, Montana, developed and being utilized as a water storage reservoir; the sewer pipeline extending from the townsite boundary to the sewer lift station; the sewer lift station; the sewer pipeline extending from the sewer lift station to the sewage lagoon; the emergency outfall line extending from the sewer lift station to the Missouri River; the water pipelines extending from the exterior boundaries of the powerplant to the townsite boundary; the water pipeline extending from the townsite boundary to the water reservoir; and appropriate easements of right-of-way to ^' the municipal corporation for access to, and operation and maintenance of, said improvements.". (5) Subsection (b) is amended by inserting "or surplus" after "excess" and by striking out "subsection 3(e)" and inserting in lieu thereof "section 3". (6) Subsection (c) is amended by adding at the end thereof: "Nothing in this provision prohibits the Secretary from placing reasonable covenants in those deeds transferring improvements