PUBLIC LAW 109–338—OCT. 12, 2006
120 STAT. 1851
‘‘(B) in establishing and maintaining interpretive exhibits in the corridor; ‘‘(C) in developing recreational resources in the corridor; ‘‘(D) in increasing public awareness of and appreciation for the natural, historical, and architectural resources and sites in the corridor; and ‘‘(E) in facilitating the restoration of any historic building relating to the themes of the corridor; ‘‘(3) encourage by appropriate means economic viability in the corridor consistent with the goals of the management plan; ‘‘(4) consider the interests of diverse governmental, business, and other groups within the corridor; ‘‘(5) conduct public meetings at least quarterly regarding the implementation of the management plan; ‘‘(6) submit substantial changes (including any increase of more than 20 percent in the cost estimates for implementation) to the management plan to the Secretary; and ‘‘(7) for any year in which Federal funds have been received under this title— ‘‘(A) submit an annual report to the Secretary setting forth the Association’s accomplishments, expenses and income, and the identity of each entity to which any loans and grants were made during the year for which the report is made; ‘‘(B) make available for audit all records pertaining to the expenditure of such funds and any matching funds; and ‘‘(C) require, for all agreements authorizing expenditure of Federal funds by other organizations, that the receiving organizations make available for audit all records pertaining to the expenditure of such funds.
‘‘SEC. 122. USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS.
‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—The Association shall not use Federal funds received under this title to acquire real property or an interest in real property. ‘‘(b) OTHER SOURCES.—Nothing in this title precludes the Association from using Federal funds from other sources for authorized purposes. ‘‘SEC. 123. MANAGEMENT PLAN.
‘‘(a) PREPARATION OF MANAGEMENT PLAN.—Not later than 2 years after the date that Federal funds are made available for this purpose, the Association shall submit to the Secretary for approval a proposed management plan that shall— ‘‘(1) take into consideration State and local plans and involve residents, local governments and public agencies, and private organizations in the corridor; ‘‘(2) present comprehensive recommendations for the corridor’s conservation, funding, management, and development; ‘‘(3) include actions proposed to be undertaken by units of government and nongovernmental and private organizations to protect the resources of the corridor; ‘‘(4) specify the existing and potential sources of funding to protect, manage, and develop the corridor; and ‘‘(5) include—
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