Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 3.djvu/171

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PUBLIC LAW 102-402—OCT. 9, 1992 106 STAT. 1965 (1) To conserve and enhance populations of fish, wildlife, and plants wiliiin the refuge, including populations of waterfowl, raptors, passerines, and marsh and water birds. (2) To conserve species listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act and species that are candidates for such listing. (3) To provide maximum fish and wildlife oriented public uses at levels compatible with the conservation and enhcuicement of wildlife and wildlife habitet. (4) To provide opportunities for compatible scientific research. (5) To provide opportunities for compatible environmental and land use education. (6) To conserve and enhance the land and water of the refuge in a manner that will conserve and enhance the natural diversity offish, wildlife, plante, and their habitets. (7) To protect and enhance the quality of aquatic habitet within the refuge. (8) To fulfill international treaty obligations of the United States with respect to fish and wildlife and their habitets. (d) LIMITATIONS. — (1) PROHIBITION AGAINST ANNEXATION.—Notwithstanding section 4(a)(2) of the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966 (16 U.S.C. 668dd(a)(2)), the Secretary of the Interior shall not allow the annexation of lands within the refuge by any unit of general local government. (2) PROHIBITION AGAINST THROUGH ROADS. —Public roads may not be constructed through the refuge. SEC. S. DISPOSAL OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY AT THE ARSENAL FOR COMMERCIAL, HIGHWAY, OR OTHER PUBLIC USE. (a) PROPERTY DESIGNATED FOR DISPOSAL UNDER THIS SEC- TION.—The following areas of real property at the Arsenal are designated for disposal under this section for commercial, highway, or other public use purposes: (1) An area of real property consisting of approximately 815 acres located at the Arsenal, the approximate legal description of which is section 9, T3S-R67W, the W2W2 of section 4 and the W4E2W2 of section 4, T3S-R67W, and the SW4SW4 of section 33, the W4E2W2 of section 33, and the W2NW4 of section 33, T2S-R67W; except that the area designated shall not include the approximately 63.04 acres conteining a United States Postel Service facility and described in Department of the Army lease No. DACA 45-4 -71 -6185 and the water wells located in buildings 385, 386, and 387 at the Arsenal and associated facilities and easemente necessary to operate and maintein the water wells, which shall be treated in the manner provided in section 2. (2) To permit the widening of existing roads, an area of real property of not more than 100 feet inside the boundary of the Arsenal on— (A) the Northwest side of the Arsenal adjacent to Colorado Highway #2; (B) the Northern side of the Arsenal adjacent to 96th Avenue; and (C) the Southern side of the Arsenal adjacent to 56th Avenue.