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104 STAT. 1158 PUBLIC LAW 101-479—OCT. 31, 1990 Public Law 101-479 101st Congress An Act Oct. 31, 1990 To allow a certain parcel of land in Rockingham Q)unty, Virginia, to be used for a [H.R. 3888] child care center. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. ADDITIONAL USE AUTHORIZED. Subject to the requirements of this Act, the County of Rockingham, Commonwealth of Virginia, hereafter referred to as "the county", is authorized to permit use of the land described in section 3, hereafter referred to as "the land", for purposes of a child care center, notwithstanding the restrictions on use of such land otherwise applicable under the terms of the conveyance of such land to the county by the United States. SEC. 2. REQUIREMENTS. (a) A use permitted under this Act shall be confined to buildings in existence as of the date of enactment of this Act (which may be appropriately modified or altered so as to meet other applicable requirements of law) and shall involve fencing or enclosing of no more than 3,500 square feet of the open space portions of the lands, and shall not preclude use of any of the land for other permissible purposes, subject to reasonable restrictions necessary to allow a use authorized under this Act. (b) The authority of the county under this Act shall be limited to the authorization of use of the land by a child care Center serving children without regard to their race, creed, color, national origin, physical or mental disability, or sex, operated by a nonsectarian organization on a nonprofit basis and in compliance with all applicable requirements of the laws of the United States and the Commonwealth of Virginia. (c) Except as specified in this Act, this Act shall not increase or diminish the authority or responsibility of the county with respect to the land. (d)(1) If the county, pursuant to this Act, authorizes use of the lands for a child care center, the county shall include information concerning such use in the biennial reports to the Secretary of the Interior required under the terms of the conveyance of the land to the county by the United States and shall also provide a copy of such information to appropriate officials of the United States and the Commonwealth of Virginia responsible for implementation of laws concerning the operation of child care centers. (2) Any violation of the provisions of this Act shall be deemed to be a breach of the conditions and covenants under which the lands were conveyed to the county by the United States, and shall have the same effect, as provided in the deed whereby the United States conveyed the lands to the county. 49-139 O - 90 (479)