Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 4.djvu/439

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PUBLIC LAW 103-337—OCT. 5, 1994 108 STAT. 3073 by the Secretary for environmental restoration and maintenance of the real property that comprises the Comhusker Army Ammunition Plant, Hall County, Nebraska. (b) CONTENTS.— The report shall include the following: , (1) The funding plan for environmental restoration at the i Comhusker Army Ammimition Plant. 1 (2) A legal opinion stating whether gmy portion of the funds to be used for such environmental restoration may be used for the repair of the roads at the Plant in order to bring such roads into compliance with applicable State and local public works codes. ' (3) A survey of the roads at the Plant that identifies which roads, if any, are in need of repair in order to bring the roads at the Plant into compliance with such codes. (4) An estimate of the cost of the repair of the roads referred to in paragraph (3) in order to bring the roads into compliance. (5) AQ explanation of the purpose, cost, and source of funds for any proposed preservation of documents or other materials relating to the cultural, historical, and natural resources associated with the Plant. (c) SUBMISSION OF REPORT. —The Secretary shall submit the report required by this section not later than May 1, 1995. SEC. 2855. ENGINEERING, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND RELATED 40 USC 1003 SERVICES FOR WOMEN IN MILITARY SERVICE FOR AMER- note. ICA MEMORIAL. The Secretary of the Army is authorized, upon request by the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation, Inc., to provide engineering, design, construction management, and related services, directly or by contract, to the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation, Inc., on a reimbursable basis, for the purpose of repair, restoration, and preservation of the main gate structures, center plaza, and hemicycle of the Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, and the construction of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial. SEC. 2856. SENSE OF THE SENATE ON AUTHORIZATION OF FUNDS FOR MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS NOT REQUESTED IN THE PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL BUDGET REQUEST. (a) SENSE OF THE SENATE.— I t is the sense of the Senate that, to the maximum extent practicable, the Senate should consider the authorization for appropriation of funds for a military construction project not included in the annual budget request of the Department of Defense only if— (1) the project is consistent with past actions under the base closure laws; (2) the project is included in the military construction plan of the military department concerned incorporated in the Future Years Defense Program; (3) the project is necessary for reasons of the national security of the United States; and (4) a contract for construction of the project can be awarded in that fiscal year. (b) VIEWS OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE.— In considering these criteria, the Senate should obtain the views of the Secretary of Defense. These views should include whether funds for a military construction project not included in the budget request can be