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PUBLIC LAW 101-640—NOV. 28, 1990 104 STAT. 4633 the reversionary interest that is released pursuant to subsection (a) is replaced with a reversionary interest as described in paragraph (2). (2) DESCRIPTION.— The deed described in subsection (c) shall be amended to provide that the property conveyed by the deed is subject to the condition and restriction that it is to be used and enjoyed solely for the development of a retirement community, as that term may be defined by the parties in the instrument described in subsection (d), operated on a nonprofit basis by Clay County, Georgia, and its successors and assigns, or under a lease arrangement between the county and the South Georgia Methodist Home for the Aging, Inc., and that if the property is used for any other purpose, title to the property, including any improvements, shall revert to the United States. (c) DESCRIPTION OF DEED.—The deed referred to in subsections (a) and (b) is the quitclaim deed dated October 22, 1963, by which the United States conveyed to Clay County, Georgia, the parcel of land lying in land lots 263 and 264, Seventh Land District, Clay County, Georgia. (d) INSTRUMENT OP RELEASE. —The Secretary and Clay County, Georgia, shall execute and file in the appropriate office an amendment of deed, amended deed, deed of release, or other appropriate form of instrument or instruments effecting the substitution of reversionary interest authorized by this section. SEC. 205. CONVEYANCE OF OAKLAND INNER HARBOR TIDAL CANAL PROPERTY TO CITIES OF OAKLAND AND ALAMEDA, CALIFOR- NIA. The Secretary may convey, by quitclaim deed, the title of the United States in all or portions of the approximately 86 acres of uplands, tidelands, and submerged lands, commonly referred to as the Oakland Inner Harbor Tidal Canal, California, as follows: (1) To the city of Oakland, the United States title to all or portions of that part of the Oakland Inner Harbor Tidal Canal which are located within the boundaries of the city of Oakland. (2) To the city of Alameda, the United States title to all or portions of that part of the Oakland Inner Harbor Tidal Canal which are located within the boundaries of the city of Alameda. The Secretary may reserve and retain from any such conveyance a right-of-way for the operation and maintenance of the authorized Federal channel in the Oakland Inner Harbor Tidal Canal. TITLE III—GENERALLY APPLICABLE PROVISIONS SEC. 301. PLANNING AND ENGINEERING. Section 105(b) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (33 U.S.C. 2215(b)) is amended by adding at the end the following new sentence: "Costs of planning and engineering of projects for which non-Federal interests contributed 50 percent of the cost of the feasibility study shall be treated as costs of construction.". SEC. 302. EMERGENCY RESPONSE. Section 5(a)(l) of the Act entitled "An Act authorizing the construction of certain public works on rivers and harbors for flood