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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

100 STAT. 4280 f

PUBLIC LAW 99-663—NOV. 17, 1986 (3) RECREATION ASSESSMENT.—The Commission shall complete an assessment of recreation resources and opportunities for enhancement of these resources. The recreation assessment shall— (A) designate the location and specify the construction of an interpretive center or other appropriate facility, to be located in the State of Oregon, and of a conference center or other appropriate facility, to be located in the State of

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(B) identify areas within the scenic area that are suitable for other public use facilities, including but not limited to educational and interpretive facilities, campsites, picnic areas, boat launch facilities and river access areas; and (C) subject to the treaty and other rights of Indian tribes, designate areas to provide increased access for recreation purposes to the Columbia River and its tributaries; and (D) incorporate without change the recreation assessment developed by the Secretary pursuant to section 8 of this Act for the specied management areas.

(b) LAND U S E DESIGNATIONS.—Within two years after the Commis-

sion is established, it shall develop land use designations for the use of non-Federal lands within the scenic area. The land use designations shall— (1) be based on the results of the resource inventory developed pursuant to subsection (a)(1) of this section, and consistent with the standards established in subsection (d) of this section; Agriculture and (2) designate those lands used or suitable for the production of agricultural crops, fruits Or Other agricultural products or the sustenance of commodities. livestock as agricultural lands; Forests and (3) designate lands used or suitable for the production of forest products. forest products as forest lands; (4) designate lands suitable for the protection and enhancement of open spaces; Urban areas. (5) designate areas in the scenic area outside special management areas used or suitable for commercial development: Provided, That such designation shall encourage, but not require, aiNi?;L tt commercial development to take place in urban areas and shall take into account the physical characteristics of the areas in question and their geographic proximity to transportation, commercial, and industrial facilities and other amenities; i, (6) designate areas used or suitable for residential development, taking into account the physical characteristics of the >fj /;? areas in question and their geographic proximity to transportation and commercial facilities and other amenities; and Urban areas. (7) incorporate without change the designation of urban areas established in section 4(e) of this Act. (c) ADOPTION OF THE MANAGEMENT PLAN.—Within three years after the date the Commission is established, it shall adopt a management plan for the scenic area. The Commission shall adopt the management plan by a majority vote of the members appointed, including at least three members from each State. The management plan shall— (1) be based on the results of the resource inventory developed pursuant to subsection (a)(1) of this section; (2) include land use designations developed pursuant to subsection (b) of this section;

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