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PUBLIC LAW 101-645—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4721 including environmental assessment data. The Secretary shall maintain a current list of agency contacts for making referrals of inquiries for information about specific properties. "(4)(A) On December 31 of each year, the head of each landholding Reports, agency shall report to the Secretary the current availability status and the current classification of each property controlled by the agency, that— "(i) was included in a list published in that year by the Secretary under paragraph (l)(A)(ii); and "(ii) remains available for application for use to assist the homeless or has become available for application during that year. "(B) No later than February 15 each year, the Secretary shall Federal publish in the Federal Register a list of all properties reported ^^gj?*®^.' under subparagraph (A) for the preceding year and the current P""'^^'^!^"- classification of the properties. "(C) For purposes of subparagraph (A), property shall be considered to remain available for application for use to assist the homeless if, subsequent to the 60-day holding period provided under subsection (d)— "(i) no application or written expression of interest has been made under any law for use of the property for any purpose; and "(ii) the Administrator has not received a bona fide offer to purchase the property or advertised for the sale of the property by public auction. "(d) HOLDING PERIOD.—(1) Properties published under subsection (c)(l)(A)(ii) as available for application for use to assist the homeless shall not be available for any other purpose for a period of 60 days beginning on the date of such publication. "(2) If written notice of intent to apply for such a property for use to assist the homeless is received by the Secretary of Health and Human Services within the 60-day period described under paragraph (1), such property may not be made available for any other purpose until the date the Secretary of Health and Human Services or other appropriate landholding agency has completed action on the application submitted under subsection (e) with respect to that written notice of intent. "(3) Property that is reviewed by the Secretary under subsection (a) and that is not identified by the Secretary as being suitable for use to assist the homeless may not be made available for any other purpose for 20 days after the determination of unsuitabliity to allow for review of the determination at the request of the representative of the homeless. The Secretary shall disseminate immediately this information to the regional offices of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and to the Interagency Council on the Homeless. "(4)(A) Written notice of intent to apply for a property published under subsection (c)(l)(A)(ii) may be filed at any time after the 60- day period described in paragraph (1) has expired. In such case, an application submitted pursuant to the notice may be approved for disposal for use to assist the homeless only if the property remains available for application for use to assist the homeless. If the property remains available, the use to assist the homeless shall be given priority of consideration over other competing disposal opportunities under section 203 of the Federal Property and