Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 6.djvu/96

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106 STAT. 4654 PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 Hollow Reservoir on the Ute Indian Reservation of debris and trash resulting from a submerged sanitary landfill, to remove all non-game fish, and to secure minimum flow of water to the reservoir to make it a suitable habitat for a cold water fishery. The United States, and not the Tribe, shall be responsible for cleanup and all other responsibilities relating to the presently contaminated Bottle Hollow waters. (d) MINIMUM STREAM FLOWS. — AS a minimum, the Secretary shall endeavor to maintain continuous releases into Rock Creek to maintain twenty-nine cubic feet per second during May through October and continuous releases into Rock Creek of twenty-three cubic feet per second during November through April, at the reservation boundary. Nothing in this authorization shall increase the obligation of the District to deliver more than forty-four thousand four hundred acre-feet of Central Utah Project water as its contribution to the preservation of minimum stream flow in the Uinta Basin. (e) LAND TRANSFER. — The Bureau shall transfer 315 acres of land to the Forest Service, located at the proposed site of the Lower Stillwater Reservoir as a wildlife mitigation measure. (f) RECREATION ENHANCEMENT. — Of the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 201, $10,000,000 shall be available for the Secretary, in cooperation with the Tribe, to permit the Tribe to develop, after consultation with the appropriate fish, wildlife, and recreation agencies, big game hunting, fisheries, camp^roimds and fish and wildlife management facilities, including administration buildings and grounds on the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, in lieu of the construction of the Lower Stillwater Dam and related facilities. (g) MUNICIPAL WATER CONVEYANCE SYSTEM. —Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated in section 201, $3,000,000 shall be available to the Secretary for participation by the Tribe in the construction of pipelines associated with the Duchesne Coiuity Municipal Water Conveyance System. SEC. SOS. TRffiAL DEVELOPMENT FUNDS. (a) ESTABLISHMENT.— Of the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 201, there is hereby established to be appropriated a total amount of $125,000,000 to be paid in three annual and equal installments to the Tribal Development Fund which the Secretary is authorized and directed to establish for the Tribe. (b) ADJUSTMENT.— To the extent that any portion of such amount is contributed after the period described above or in amounts less than described above, the Tribe shall, subject to appropriation Acts, receive, in addition to the full contribution to the Tribal Development Fund, an adjustment representing the interest income as determined by the Secretary, in his sole discretion, that would have been eamea on any unpaid amount. (c) TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT. —The Tribe shall prepare a Tribal Development Plan for all or a part of this Tribal Development Fund. Such Tribal Development Plan shall set forth from time to time economic projects proposed by the Tribe which in the opinion of two independent financial consultants are deemed to be reasonable, prudent and likely to return a reasonable investment to the Tribe. The financial consultants shall be selected by the Tribe with the advice and consent of the Secretary. Principal from the Tribal Development Fund shall be permitted to be expended only