Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 118.djvu/1404

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118 STAT. 1374 PUBLIC LAW 108–343—OCT. 18, 2004 (3) PUBLIC NOTICE.—The Secretary shall publish in the Federal Register notice of any boundary revised under para graph (1). SEC. 4. PROJECT LICENSING. Notwithstanding the continued inclusion of the land described in section 3(a)(3) in the boundary of the Park (including any modi fication made pursuant to section 3(b)) on completion of the land exchange, the Commission shall have jurisdiction to license the Project. SEC. 5. LAND ACQUISITION. (a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture may acquire, by purchase, donation, or exchange, any land or interest in land that— (1) may be transferred by APGI to any non governmental organization; and (2) is identified as ‘‘Permanent Easement’’ or ‘‘Term Ease ment’’ on the map entitled ‘‘Tapoco Hydroelectric Project, P–2169, Settlement Agreement, Appendix B, Proposed Land Conveyances in Tennessee’’, numbered TP616, Issue No. 15, and dated March 11, 2004. (b) LAND ACQUIRED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.— The Secretary shall— (1) adjust the boundary of the Park to include any land or interest in land acquired by the Secretary under subsection (a); (2) administer any acquired land or interest in land as part of the Park in accordance with applicable law (including regulations); and (3) publish notice of the adjustment in the Federal Register. (c) LAND ACQUIRED BY THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE.— (1) BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT.—The Secretary of Agriculture shall— (A) adjust the boundary of the Cherokee National Forest to include any land acquired under subsection (a); (B) administer any acquired land or interest in land as part of the Cherokee National Forest in accordance with applicable law (including regulations); and (C) publish notice of the adjustment in the Federal Register. (2) MANAGEMENT.—The Secretary of Agriculture shall evaluate the feasibility of managing any land acquired by the Secretary of Agriculture under subsection (a) in a manner that retains the primitive, back country character of the land. Federal Register, publication. Federal Register, publication. 16 USC 403 note. 16 USC 403 note. Federal Register, publication.