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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-534—OCT. 26, 1988

102 STAT. 2705

Whitewater recreation and other recreational use of the recreation area, the department, agency, instrumentality or person constructing such project shall replace and enhance the adversely affected. facilities in such manner as may be appropriate to accommodate visitation, as determined by the Secretary. (c) NEW PROJECT PERMITS.—The terms and conditions referred to v in this section shall be included in any license, permit, or exemption issued for any such new project. Any such new project shall be subject to all provisions of this Act, including section 202(d), except that during the four-year period after the enactment of this Act, nothing in this Act shall prohibit the licensing of a project adjacent to Summersville Dam as proposed by the city of Summersville, or by any competing project applicant with a permit or license application on file as of August 8, 1988, if such project complies with this section. If such project is licensed within such four-year period, the Secretary shall modify the boundary map referred to in section 201 to relocate the upstream boundary of the recreation area along a line perpendicular to the river crossing the point five hundred and fifty feet downstream of the existing valve house and one thousand two hundred feet (measured along the river bank) upstream of United States Geological Survey Gauge Numbered 03189600, except in making the modification the Secretary shall maintain within the boundary of the recreation area those lands identified in the boundary map referred to in section 201 which are not necessary to the operation of such project. SEC. 206. ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 16 USC (a) ESTABLISHMENT.—There is hereby established the Gauley River ^'^~ * National Recreation Area Advisory Committee (hereinafter in this Act referred to as the "Advisory (Committee"). The Advisory Committee shall be composed of fifteen members appointed by the Secretary to serve for terms of two years. Any member of the Advisory Committee may serve after the expiration of his term until a successor is appointed. Any member of the Advisory Committee may be appointed to serve more than one term. The Secretary or his designee shall serve as Chairman. (b) MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ISSUES.—The Secretary, or his designee, shall meet on a regular basis and consult with the Advisory Committee on matters relating to development of a management plan for the recreation area and on implementation of such plan. (c) EXPENSES.—Members of the Advisory Committee shall serve without compensation as such, but the Secretary may pay expenses reasonably incurred in carrying out their responsibilities under this Act on vouchers signed by the Chairman. (d) MEMBERSHIP.—The Secretary shall appoint members to the Advisory Committee as follows: (1) one member to represent other departments or agencies of the United States administering lands affected by the recreation area, to be appointed from among persons nominated by the head of such department or agency; (2) two members to represent the State Department of Natural Resources, to be appointed from among persons nominated by the Governor of the State of West Virginia; (3) one member to represent the State Department of (Dommerce to be appointed from among persons nominated by the Governor of West Virginia;