Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 110 Part 6.djvu/373

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PUBLIC LAW 104-333—NOV. 12, 1996 110 STAT. 4195 the authority of the Secretary under such clause (i) shall apply only if each of the following conditions is met: "(A) The sum of the total acreage of lands, waters, and interests therein to be added to the area and the total such acreage to be deleted from the area is not more than 5 percent of the total Federal acreage authorized to be included in the area and is less than 200 acres in size. "(B) The acquisition, if any, is not a major Federal action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment, as determined by the Secretary. "(C) The sum of the total appraised value of the lands, water, and interest therein to be added to the area and the total appraised value of the lands, waters, and interests therein to be deleted from the area does not exceed $750,000. "(D) The proposed boundary revision is not an element of a more comprehensive boundary modification proposal. "(E) The proposed boundary has been subject to a public review and comment period. "(F) The Director of the National Park Service obtains written consent for the boundary modification from all property owners whose lands, water, or interests therein, or a portion of whose lands, water, or interests therein, will be added to or deleted from the area by the boundary modification. "(G) The Isinds are adjacent to other Federal lands administered by the Director of the National Park Service. "Minor boundary revisions involving only deletions of acreage owned by the Federal Government and administered by the National Park Service may be made only by Act of Congress.". (c) AUTHORIZATION FOR PARK FACILITIES TO BE LOCATED 16 USC 346e. OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES OF ZION NATIONAL PARK.— In order to facilitate the administration of Zion National Park, the Secretary of the Interior is authorized, under such terms and conditions as he may deem advisable, to expend donated or appropriated funds for the establishment of essential facilities for park administration and visitor use outside the boundaries, but within the vicinity, of the park. Such facilities and the use thereof shall be in conformity with approved plans for the park. The Secretary shall use existing facilities wherever feasible. Such facilities may only be constructed by the Secretary upon a finding that the location of such facilities would— (1) avoid undue degradation of natural or cultural resources within the park; (2) enhsince service to the public; or (3) provide a cost saving to the Federal Government. The Secretary is authorized to enter into cooperative agreements Contracts, with State or local governments or private entities to undertake the authority granted under this subsection. The Secretary is encouraged to identify and utilize funding sources to supplement any Federal funding used for these facilities. (d) ELIMINATION OF UNNECESSARY CONGRESSIONAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.— (1) REPEALS. —The following provisions are hereby repealed: (A) Section 302(c) of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the establishment of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area in the State of Georgia, and for other purposes (Public Law 95-344; 92 Stat. 478; 16 U.S.C. 2302(c)).