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[78 STAT. 294]
[78 STAT. 294]
PUBLIC LAW 88-000—MMMM. DD, 1964

294

Federal Avia"°F"uncUons!

PUBLIC LAW 88-358-JULY 7, 1964

[78 STAT.

one-half-inch rod on the south boundary line of the most western ramp; thence north 81 degrees 59 minutes 30 seconds east, 614.10 feet to a one-half-inch rod, said point being the easternmost southeast corner of said 42.39-acre tract, and a reentrant corner of aforesaid 195.82-acre tract; thence departing from the boundary line of said 195.82-acre tract and said 42.39-acre tract, severing said 195.82-acre tract, south 00 degrees 52 minutes east, 1,050 feet to a five-eighth-inch pipe, said point being 200 feet easterly of and perpendicular to the centerline of said runway; thence 200 feet easterly of and parallel to said centerline and its southerly extension, south 01 degrees 19 minutes 30 seconds east, 2,670.35 feet to a railroad spike set in a south boundary line of said 195.82-acre tract, same being the south boundary line of the Elizabeth Gray survey; thence along the boundary line of said 195.82-acre tract as follows: along the south boundary line of said Elizabeth Gray survey, north 89 degrees 34 minutes 30 seconds west, 47.5 feet to a point in the east boundary line of the William C. May survey (A-890); thence along the common line between said May and Gray surveys as follows: north 00 degrees 02 minutes west, 138.4 feet to a three-fourths-inch rod for the northeast corner of said May survey and a reentrant corner of said Gray survey; thence north 89 degrees 26 minutes west, 1,091 feet to the point of beginning, containing 67.83 acres, more or less, (c) Subject to the provisions of section 2 of this Act, the city of Grand Prairie, Texas, shall convey to the United States such avigation, clearing, and restrictive easements over the 127.99 acres described in section 1(a) of this Act, as the Secretary of the Army, after consultation with the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency, shall determine necessary to provide adequate lateral and transitional zone clearance for the operation and utilization of the airstrip (runway) located within the 67.83 acres of land described in section 1(b) of this Act. SEC. 2. (a) The Sale referred to in subsection (a) of the first section ^f this Act shall be authorized in writing by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency, only after— 1. a site for a new airport has been selected and the Administrator, Federal Aviation Agency, has determined that such site is capable of being developed and used as an airport adequate to meet the needs of Grand Prairie; 2. a plan for construction of airport facilities at the new site has been submitted to and approved by the Administrator, Federal Aviation Agency; 3. the city of Grand Prairie has, through advertising and sealed bids, provided assurances that construction of airport facilities can be accomplished in accordance with the plan submitted to and approved by the Administrator, Federal Aviation Agency; and 4. The city of Grand Prairie has, after advertising, received sealed bids on the 127.99 acres to be sold and determines that the bid to be accepted is in an amount equal to or greater than the combined costs of acquiring land for a new airport site and constructing the airport facilities thereon in accordance with plans submitted to and approved by the Administrator, Federal Aviation Agency. (b) Airport facilities constructed with the proceeds of the sale authorized in section 1(a) shall be only those kinds of facilities which