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PUBLIC LAW 104-323—OCT. 19, 1996 110 STAT. 3891 1991. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Insurance Administration. (15) FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP, LARIMER COUNTY, COLO- RADO. —Community-Panel No. 080266 0609C, September 28, 1982. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Insurance Administration. (16) FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP, LARIMER COUNTY, COLO- RADO.— Community-Panel No. 080266 0628C, September 28, 1982. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Insurance Administration. (17) FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP, LARIMER COUNTY, COLO- RADO.— Community-Panel No. 080184 0002B, July 16, 1979. United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal Insurance Administration. (18) FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP, LARIMER COUNTY, COLO- RADO.— Community-Panel No. 080266 0636C, September 28, 1982. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Insurance Administration. (19) FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP, LARIMER COUNTY, COLO- RADO. —Community-Panel No. 080266 0637C, September 28, 1982. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Insurance Administration. As soon as practicable after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall publish in the Federal Register a detailed description and map of the boundaries of the Corridor. (c) PUBLIC ACCESS TO MAPS. —The maps shall be on file and available for public inspection in— (1) the offices of the Department of the Interior in Washington, District of Colimibia, and Denver, Colorado; and (2) local offices of the city of Fort Collins, Larimer County, the city of Greeley, and Weld County. SEC. 104. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CACHE LA POUDRE CORRIDOR COMMISSION. (a) IN GENERAL.— Upon the recommendation of the Governor, the Secretary is authorized to recognize, for the purpose of developing and implementing the plan referred to in section 108, the Cache La Poudre Corridor Commission, as such Commission may be established by the State of Colorado or its political subdivisions. (b) RELECTION OF CROSS-SECTION OF INTERESTS.— The Secretary may provide recognition under subsection (a) only if the Commission reflects the following: (1) MEMBERSHIP.— (A) COMPOSITION. — The Commission shall be composed of 15 members appointed not later than 6 months after the date of enactment of this Act. Of these 15 members— (i) 1 member shall be a representative of the Secretary of the Interior which member shall be an ex officio member; (ii) 1 member shall be a representative of the Forest Service, appointed by the Secretary of Agriculture, which member shall be Ein ex officio member; (iii) 3 members sheill be recommended by the Governor and appointed by the Secretary, of whom— (I) 1 member shall represent the State; (II) 1 member shall represent Colorado State University in Fort Collins; and