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104 STAT. 1210 PUBLIC LAW 101-499—NOV. 2, 1990 ing the unique contributions to the development of jazz made by neighborhood social and pleasure clubs, including recommendations for interpretive performances by such clubs and other programs to assure that the contributions of such clubs are preserved; and (4) the need for the preservation and dissemination of information about existing public and private archival collections (with potential alternatives for an appropriate Federal role) and possible management alternatives including cooperative agreements with existing public and private facilities and institutions. SEC. 2. JEAN LAFITTE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. The study shall also assess and include a recommendation concerning the desirability and feasibility of including any site or structure identified pursuant to section 1(b) to be managed as a unit of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park. SEC. 3. SUBMISSION OF STUDY. The Secretary shall submit the study referred to in section 1 to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the United States House of Representatives no later than one year Eifter the date funds are made available for such study, together with any recommendations for further legislation. SEC. 4. PRESERVATION OF JAZZ ADVISORY COMMISSION. (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COMMISSION.— T here is hereby established the Preservation of Jazz Advisory Commission (hereinafter referred to as the "Commission"). The Commission shall consist of fifteen members who shall be appointed within ninety days after enactment of this Act as follows: (1) one member to be appointed jointly by the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and the President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate; (2) the Mayor of the city of New Orleans or the Mayor's designee; (3) one member who shall have experience in music education programs emphasizing jazz, to be appointed by the Secretary from among recommendations submitted by the Mayor of New Orleans; (4) one member who is knowledgeable about tourism, to be appointed by the Secretary from among recommendations submitted by local business and economic development groups; (5) one member to be appointed by the Secretary from among recommendations submitted by the producers of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival who shall have experience in the production of such Festival; (6) one member to be appointed by the Secretary from among recommendations submitted by representatives of local historic preservation groups; (7) one member who is a recognized musician with knowledge and experience in the development of jazz in New Orleans, to be appointed by the Chairman of the National Endowment of the Arts; (8) one member who is a recognized local expert on the history and development of jazz in New Orleans and is familiar with