PUBLIC LAW 99-663—NOV. 17, 1986
100 STAT. 4277
Agriculture and Interior and Insular Affairs of the United States House of Representatives. Such notice shall be published and submitted at least sixty days before the revision is made. Notice of final action regarding such revision shall also be published in the Federal Register. (d) DODSON/WARRENDALE SPECIAL PURCHASE UNIT.—(1) There is hereby established the Dodson/Warrendale Special Purchase Unit. (2) The boundaries of the Dodson/Warrendale Special Purchase Unit shall be generally depicted on the map entitled "Dodson/ Warrendale Special Purchase Unit, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area", numbered SPU-003 sheet 1, and dated September 1986, which shall be on file and avsiilable for public inspection in the offices of the Commission and of the Chief, Forest Service. (e) URBAN AREAS.—(1) The following cities and towns are hereby designated as "Urban Areas": Cascade Locks, Hood River, Mosier, and The Dalles, Oregon; and Bingen, Carson, Dallesport, Home Valley, Lyle, North Bonneville, Stevenson, White Salmon, and Wishram, Washington. (2) The boundaries of urban areas shall be generally depicted on the map entitled, "Urban Areas, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area", numbered UA-004 sheets 1 through 11, and dated September 1986, which shall be on file and avmlable for public inspection in the offices of the Commission and of the Chief, Forest Service. The boundaries of urban areas designated in this subsection may be revised pursuant to the provisions of this section. (f) REVISION OF URBAN AREA BOUNDARIES.—(1) Upon application of a county and in consultation with the Secretary, the Commission may make minor revisions to the boundaries of any urban area identified in subsection 4(e) of this section. A majority vote of twothirds of the members of the Commission, including a majority of the members appointed from each State, shall be required to approve any revision of urban area boundaries. (2) The Commission may revise the boundaries of an urban area only if it finds that— (A) a demonstrable need exists to accommodate long-range urban population growth requirements or economic needs consistent with the management plan; (B) revision of urban area boundaries would be consistent with the standards established in section 6 and the purposes of this Act; (C) revision of urban area boundaries would result in maximum efficiency of land uses within and on the fringe of existing urban areas; and (D) revision of urban area boundaries would not result in the significant reduction of agricultural lands, forest lands, or open spaces. SEC. 5. THE COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE COMMISSION.
Federal Register, publication. Public information.
Agriculture and agricultural commodities. Forests and forest products. 16 USC 544c.
(a) ESTABLISHMENT AND MEMBERSHIP OF THE COMMISSION.—(1) To
achieve the purposes of this Act and to facilitate cooperation among the States of Oregon and Washington, and with the United States of America, the consent of Congress is given for an agreement described in this Act pursuant to which, within one year after the date of enactment of this Act— (A) the States of Oregon and Washington shall establish by way of an interstate agreement a region^d agency known as the Columbia River Gorge Commission, and shall incorporate this
Compacts between States.