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[69 Stat. 560]
[69 Stat. 560]


PUBLIC LAW 283-AUG. 9, 1955

[69 S T A T.

Administrator of Veterans' Affairs or his designate, will not interfere with the care and treatment of patients in the Veterans' Administration hospital, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and that, in the event the land conveyed ceases to be so used, all right, title, and interest therein shall immediately revert to and revest in the United States. In the event of a reversion of such land to the United States, the fair market rental value of such land for the period it is held by the city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, shall be deducted from the purchase price paid by such city and the balance, if any, shall be repaid to such city. Approved August 9, 1955. Public Law 283 August 9, 1955 [S. 2339]

Glendo,Wyo. S e w e r age s y s -

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33 USC 701-1.


AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to include capacity to serve the town of Glendo, Wyoming, in a sewerage system to be installed in connection with the construction of Glendo Dam and Reservoir, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Seriate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is authorized, in connection with the installation of a sewerage system to serve the Government construction camp and hous ing facilities at Glendo Dam and Reservoir (68 Stat. 486) and upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, to install sufficient capacity to serve also the town of Glendo, a municipal corporation of the State of Wyoming, and to transfer all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to said system (including necessary rightsof-way) to said town. The total capacity of said system shall not exceed that required to serve five hundred persons and no commitment between the United States and the town with respect to the construction thereof shall require the expenditure of more than $75,000. The terms and conditions of this authorization are that the town shall have— (a) transferred or agreed to transfer to the United States, without cost to the United States, such interest in land required for construction of the sewerage system as is satisfactory to the Secretary; (b) transferred or agreed to transfer to the United States, without cost to the United States, fee title to ten acres of land for the construction of said camp and housing facilities or such other interest in said land as is satisfactory to the Secretary for that purpose. I n the event said land is not located within the then corporate limits of the town, the town shall take all necessary and proper steps under the laws of the State of Wyoming to extend its limits to include said land; (c) connected and run or agreed to connect and run a water main or mains to such locations on the property line of said land as are agreed upon by the town and the Secretary and agreed to furnish water for the use in said camp and housing facilities and by the residents therein on the same terms and considerations on which it furnishes water to other properties and residents in the town of Glendo. Necessary water meters will be furnished by the United States; (d) agreed to furnish, without cost to the United States, fire and police protection service to the camp and housing facilities on said land on the same basis and under the same conditions