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[79 STAT. 480]
[79 STAT. 480]
PUBLIC LAW 89-000—MMMM. DD, 1965

480

42 USC 14501465.

PUBLIC LAW 89-117-AUGUST10, 1965

[79 STAT.

"Where a project in any municipality includes an area affected by an underground mine fire or by a coal mine subsidence and where it is necessary in such project to remove any underlying coal deposits in order to stabilize the soil or to control the underground mine fire, then any royalties received by the project from the removal and sale oi such coal deposits shall be credited to the project as a local grant-in-aid made by such municipality." (b) Any contract under title I of the Housing Act of 1949 executed prior to the date of the enactment of this Act shall, at the request of the municipality involved, be amended to reflect the amendment made by subsection (a). SPECIFIC URBAX RENEWAL PROJECTS

42 USC uso note.

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42 USC 1460.

SEC. 315. (a)(1) Notwithstanding the date of the commencement of construction of the Tanyard Creek collector sanitary sewer in Jasper, Alabama, local expenditures made in connection with this collector sanitary sewer system shall, to the extent otherwise eligible, be counted as a local grant-in-aid to the downtown urban renewal project (Alabama R-49) in accordance with the provisions of title I of the Housing Act of 1949. (2) Notwithstanding the date of the commencement of construction of the East Side High School and the start of construction of the improvements to Hickory Creek in Joliet, Illinois, expenditures made in connections with such high school and such creek improvements shall, to the extent otherwise eligible, be counted as a local grant-in-aid to the proposed south central urban renewal project in accordance with the provisions of title I of the Housing Act of 1949. (3) Notwithstanding the date of commencement of the installation of certain underground electrical wiring in Johnson City, Tennessee, expenditures made in connection with such installation shall, to the extent otherwise eligible, be counted as a local grant-in-aid to Johnson City's proposed downtown urban renewal project (Tennessee R-80) in accordance with the provisions of title I of the Housing Act of 1949. (4) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 312 of the Housing

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upon request of the local public agency the eligibility of the local grants-in-aid for any project in the city of New Brunswick, New Jersey, in connection with which the final capital grant payment has not been made, shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of section 110(d) of the Housing Act of 1949. (5) Two-thirds of all expenditures by the city of Saint Louis, Missouri, in connection with its Downtown Sports Stadium project, to the extent such expenditures would have been eligible under the provisions of section 110(d) of the Housing Act of 1949 to be counted as non-cash grants-in-aid toward such project if it had received Federal assistance as an urban renewal project pursuant to the provisions of title I of such Act, shall be eligible to be counted as a s:rant-in-aid toward any federallv-assisted urban renewal projects in Saint Louis. (6) Notwithstanding the extent to which the cultural and convention center proposed to be built adjacent to Urban Renewal Project Colorado R-15 (Skyline) in Denver, Colorado, may benefit areas other than the urban renewal area, expenses incurred by the city of Denver in constructing such center shall, to the extent otherwise eligible, be counted as a grant-in-aid toward such project. (7) Notwithstanding the extent to which the cultural and convention center proposed to be built within Urban Renewal Project R-8 in Norfolk, Virginia, may benefit areas other than the urban renewal