102 STAT. 2628 Reports.
PUBLIC LAW 100-526—OCT. 24, 1988
0) traDsmit the report referred to in section 201(1) to the Secretary no later thaai December 31, 1988, and shall include in aaxb. report a description of the Commission's recommendations of the nulitary installations to which functions will be transferred as a result of the closures and realignments recommended by the Commission; and (2) on the same date on which the Commission transmits such r^ort to the Secretary, transmit to Committees on Armed Services (rf* the Senate and the House of Representatives— (A) a copy of such report; and (B) a statement certifying that the Commission has identified the military installations to be closed or realigned by reviewing all military installations inside the United States, including all military installations under construction and all those planned for construction. (c) STAFF.—Not more than one-half of the professional stafT of the GommisBion shall be individuals who have been employed by the D^nrtment of Defense during calendar year 1988 in any capacity other than as an onployee of tibe Commission. SEC. 204. IMPLEMENTATION
Environmental protection. Waste disposal. Hazardous materials.
(a) I N GENERAI^—In closing or realigning a military installation under this title, the Secretary— (1) subject to the availability of funds authorized for and appropriated to the Department of Defense for use in planning and ^sign, minor construction, or operation and maintenance and the availability of funds in the Account, may carry out actions necessary to implement such closure or realignment, including the acquisition of such land, the construction of such replacement facilities, the performance of such activities, and the conduct of such advance planning and design as may be required to transfer functions from such military installation to another military installation; (2) subject to the availability of funds authorized for and appropriated to the Department of Defense for economic adjustment assistance or community planning assistance and the availability of funds in the Account, shall provide— (A) economic adjustment assistance to any community located near a military installation being closed or realigned; and CB) community planning assistance to any community located near a military installation to which functions will be transferred as a result of such closure or realignment, if Uie Secretary determines that the financial resources available to the community (by grant or otherwise) for such purposes are inadequate; and (3) subject to the availability of funds authorized for and appropriated to the Department of Defense for environmental restoration and the availability of funds in the Account, may carry out activities for the purpose of environmental restoration, including reducing, removing, and recycling hazardous wastes and removing un^ie buildings and debris. (b) MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF F^PERTY.—(1) The Administrator of General Services shall del^ate to the Secretary, with respect to excess and surplus real property and facilities located at a military installation closed or realigned under this title—