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104 STAT. 4572 PUBLIC LAW 101-631—NOV. 28, 1990 with local planning authorities determines appropriate and qualified to fulfill the purposes of the reservation— (1) the right of access for fishing use along all streambeds (up to the ordinary high water mark) on streams which flow through the lands conveyed; (2) a right-of-way for the Colorado Trail along its existing routes through the lands identified on Map 3 of the lands referred to in subsection (c) or along relocated routes as may be identified by the Secretary of Agriculture in consultation with local planning authorities; (3) a right-of-way for relocation of the existing bicycle path through the lands identified on Map 2 of the lands referred to in subsection (c) to a new route as may be identified by the Secretary of Agriculture in consultation with local planning authorities. SEC. 3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EXCHANGE. (a) EQUALIZATION OF VALUES. —The values of the lands to be exchanged pursuant to this Act shall be equal as determined by the Secretary of Agriculture, or if they are not equal, shall be equalized by the payment of money to Homestake or to the Secretary subject to the 25 per centum cash equalization limitation of section 206 of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1716). The Secretary shall try to reduce the amount of cash equalization to as small an amount as possible. In lieu of any cash equalization payments which may be due Homestake pursuant to this Act, the Secretary may elect to offer Homestake monetary credits, which shall be considered "moneys received" within the meaning of the Act of May 23, 1908, against any moneys owed the Secretary by Homestake or its agents for timber sales within the Black Hills National Forest. Any cash equalization moneys received by the United States pursuant to this Act shall be considered money received and deposited pursuant to the Act of December 4, 1967, as amended (Public Law 90-171, 16 U.S.C. 484a), commonly known as the Sisk Act. The value of the surface development rights relinquished by Homestake on the 1,250 acres within Spearfish Canyon pursuant to section 20t))(l)(B) shall be considered for all purposes of law a donation by Homestake to the United States and shall not be required to be appraised for purposes of value equalization or other provisions of this Act. (b) APPRAISALS. —In order to expedite the consummation of the exchange directed by this Act, Homestake shall arrange and pay for appraisals by a qualified appraiser or appraisers mutually acceptable to Homestake and the Secretary of all lands and interests therein to be included in the exchange for which appraisals are required for purposes of this Act. Such appraisals shall be completed and submitted to the Secretary for approval within sixty days after the enactment of this Act. In the event the Secretary and Homestake are unable to agree to the appraised value of a certain tract or tracts of land to be included in the exchange within one hundred and twenty days after the date of enactment of this Act, the appraisal, appraisals, or appraisal issues in dispute shall be resolved through a process of bargaining or submitted for arbitration according to section 3 of the Federal Land Exchange Facilitation Act of 1988 (Public Law 100-409, 43 U.S.C. 1716(d)). Appraisals of lands in Colorado identified in section 2(c) of this Act for convey- ance to Homestake shall not reflect any diminution in value attrib-