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112 STAT. 3248 PUBLIC LAW 105-355—NOV. 6, 1998 this heritage for the educational and recreational benefit of this and future generations of Americans; (8) the Automobile National Heritage Area Partnership, Incorporated would be an appropriate entity to oversee the development of the Automobile National Heritage Area; and (9) 2 local studies, "A Shared Vision for Metropolitan Detroit" and "The Machine That Changed the World", and a National Park Service study, "Labor History Theme Study: Phase III; Suitability-Feasibility", demonstrated that sufficient historical resources exist to establish the Automobile National Heritage Area. (b) PURPOSE. —The purpose of this title is to establish the Automobile National Heritage Area to— (1) foster a close working relationship with all levels of government, the private sector, and the local communities in Michigan and empower communities in Michigan to conserve their automotive heritage while strengthening future economic opportunities; and (2) conserve, interpret, and develop the historical, cultural, natural, and recreational resources related to the industrial and cultural heritage of the Automobile National Heritage Area. SEC. 103. DEFINITIONS. For purposes of this title: (1) BOARD. — The term "Board" means the Board of Directors of the Partnership. (2) HERITAGE AREA.— The term "Heritage Area" means the Automobile National Heritage Area established by section 104. (3) PARTNERSHIP. —The term "Partnership" means the Automobile National Heritage Area Partnership, Incorporated (a nonprofit corporation established under the laws of the State of Michigan). (4) SECRETARY. —The term "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Interior. SEC. 104. AUTOMOBILE NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA. (a) ESTABLISHMENT. —There is established in the State of Michigan the Automobile National Heritage Area. (b) BOUNDARIES.— (1) IN GENERAL.— Subject to paragraph (2), the boundaries of the Heritage Area shall include lands in Michigan that are related to the following corridors: (A) The Rouge River Corridor. (B) The Detroit River Corridor. (C) The Woodward Avenue Corridor. (D) The Lansing Corridor. (E) The Flint Corridor. (F) The Sauk Trail/Chicago Road Corridor. (2) SPECIFIC BOUNDARIES.— The specific boundaries of the Heritage Area shall be those specified in the management plan approved under section 106. (3) MAP. —The Secretary shall prepare a map of the Heritage Area which shall be on file and available for public inspection in the office of the Director of the National Park Service. (4) NOTICE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.—The Partnership shall provide to the government of each city, village, and township that has jurisdiction over property proposed to be included in the Heritage Area written notice of that proposal.