Fruit Heights Land Conveyance Act (H.R. 993; 113th Congress)


113th CONGRESS


1st Session


H. R. 993


IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


March 6, 2013


Mr. Bishop of Utah (for himself and Mr. Stewart) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Natural Resources


A BILL

To provide for the conveyance of certain parcels of National Forest System land to the city of w:Fruit Heights, Utah.

Section 1. Short titleEdit

This Act may be cited as the “Fruit Heights Land Conveyance Act”.

Sec. 2. DefinitionsEdit

In this Act:

(1) City–Edit

The term City means the city of Fruit Heights, Utah.

(2) Map–Edit

The term map means the map entitled Proposed Fruit Heights City Conveyance and dated September 13, 2012.

(3) National Forest System land–Edit

The term National Forest System land means the approximately 100 acres of National Forest System land, as depicted on the map.

(4) Secretary–Edit

The term Secretary means the Secretary of Agriculture.

Sec. 3. Conveyance of certain land to the city of Fruit Heights, UtahEdit

(a) In general–Edit

The Secretary shall convey to the City, without consideration, all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to the National Forest System land.

(b) Survey–Edit

(1) In general–Edit

If determined by the Secretary to be necessary, the exact acreage and legal description of the National Forest System land shall be determined by a survey approved by the Secretary.

(2) Costs–Edit

The City shall pay the reasonable survey and other administrative costs associated with a survey conducted under paragraph (1).

(c) Easement–Edit

As a condition of the conveyance under subsection (a), the Secretary shall reserve an easement to the National Forest System land for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

(d) Use of national forest system land–Edit

As a condition of the conveyance under subsection (a), the City shall use the National Forest System land only for public purposes.

(e) Reversionary Interest–Edit

In the quitclaim deed to the City for the National Forest System land, the Secretary shall provide that the National Forest System land shall revert to the Secretary , at the election of the Secretary, if the National Forest System land is used for other than a public purpose.

 

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