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FEDERAL LAND POLICY AND MANAGEMENT ACT
FEDERAL WATER PROJECT RECREATION ACT
SUMMARY: This Act establishes the public land policy and guidelines for the administration of public lands administered by the Department of Interior, through Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and gives the BLM their mission statement. Direction is given to other agencies that undertake activities that would result in the “withdrawal” of such public lands. As paraphrased from the Act, “withdrawal” means withholding an area of Federal land from settlement, sale or entry, for the purpose of limiting activities or reserving the area for a particular purpose or program(43 U.S.C. 1702). The Secretary of Defense and the Secretaries of military departments within the Department of Defense (43 U.S.C. 1732), are directed to manage the lands under their jurisdictions, that are adjacent to lands referenced in this Act, in a manner consistent with the Act, wherever practicable. The Department of Defense activities noted in the Act, and its amendments, address military functions and activities. Restrictions on military activities on public lands in Alaska, including environmental requirements for avoiding impacts are addressed in 43 U.S.C. 1732. This law maybe applicable to the Civil Works program if the issue of withdrawn public lands arises in connection with a civil works program or activity.
LEGISLATIVE TITLE: Federal Water Project Recreation Act
UNITED STATES CODE CITATION: 16 U.S.C. §§ 460l-12 -460l-22, 662
SUMMARY: The Act establishes the policy that consideration be given to the opportunities for outdoor recreation and fish and wildlife enhancement in the investigating and planning of any Federal navigation, flood control, reclamation, hydroelectric or multi-purpose water resource project, whenever any such project can reasonably serve either or both purposes consistently(16 U.S.C. 460l-12). Recreational use of projects will be coordinated with other existing and planned Federal, State, or local recreational developments. The Act does not apply to local flood control , beach erosion control, small boat harbors, or hurricane protection projects (16 U.S.C. 460l-17(e)). Non-Federal bodies will be encouraged to operate and maintain project recreational and fish and wildlife enhancement facilities. If non-Federal bodies agree in writing to administer the facilities at their expense and to pay one-half the separable first cost, the recreation and fish and wildlife benefits shall be included in project benefits and project costs allocated to recreation and fish and wildlife. Fees maybe charged by the non-Federal interests to repaytheir costs. If non-Federal bodies do not so agree, no facilities for recreation and fish and wildlife maybe provided except those justified to serve other purposes or as needed for public health and safety. However, project land maybe acquired to preserve the recreational potential. If within 10 years after initial project operation there is no local agreement the land maybe used for other purposes or sold (16 U.S.C. 460l-13).
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1970
LEGISLATIVE TITLE: Environmental QualityImprovement Act of 1970
UNITED STATES CODE CITATION: 42 U.S.C. § 4371 to 4375.
SUMMARY: This Act was implemented as Title II of P.L. 224 (Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1970) to assure that each Federal department and agencyconducting or supporting public works activities which affect the environment shall implement policies established under existing law, and to authorize an Office of Environmental Quality in the Executive Office of the President to provide professional and administrative staff for the Council on Environmental Quality(established by NEPA (42 U.S.C. 4343). The Chairman of the CEQ is appointed Director of the Office of Environmental Quality.
This office is directed to (1) assist Federal agencies and departments in appraising the effectiveness of their existing and proposed facilities, programs, polices, and activities which affect environmental quality, (2) reviewing the adequacyof existing systems to monitor and predict environmental change, (3) promote the advancement of scientific knowledge of effects of actions and technologyon the environment, and (4)assist in coordination among Federal departments and agencies in those programs and activities which affect, protect, and improve environmental quality(42 U.S.C. 4341-4347).
References:
LEGISLATIVE TITLE: Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976
UNITED STATES CODE CITATION: 43 U.S.C. § 1701 et seq
ARCHEOLOGICAL RESOURCES PROTECTION ACT OF 1979
LEGISLATIVE TITLE: Archeological Resources Protection Act of 1979
UNITED STATES CODE CITATION: 16 U.S.C. § 470 et seq.
SUMMARY: The Act was enacted to preserve and protect resources and sites on Federal and Indian lands. It fosters cooperation between governmental authorities, professionals, and the public. The Act prohibits the removal, sale, receipt, and interstatetransportation of archaeological resources obtained illegally(i.e., without permits) frompublic or Indian lands and authorizes Federal agencypermit procedures for investigations of archeological resources on public lands under the agency'scontrol. Permits are required to excavate and remove those cultural remains covered bythe Act.
The purpose of the ARPA permit process is to ensure that individuals and organizations wishing to work with Federal resources have the necessaryprofessional qualifications, and that Federal standards and guidelines for research and curation are followed. The process also allows the SHPO to review and comment on ARPA permit applications. Federal agencies do not issue ARPA permits to themselves or to contractors. The Scope of Work and contractors proposal, which constitute the contract, ensure that contractors complywith Federal standards and guidelines. The ARPA permit replaces the permit required bythe Antiquities Act of 1906.
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