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PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 106 STAT. 4609 from the features of the Central Utah Project described in subparagraph (A) have been executed. (D) In lieu of construction b^ the Secretary, the Central Utah Project and features spedned in section 202(a)(l) shall be constructed by the District under the program guidelines authorized by Drainage Facilities and A^nor Construction Act (Act of June 13, 1956, 70 Stat. 274, 43 U.S.C. 605). The sixty-day congressional notification of the Secretary intent to use the Drainage Facilities and Minor Construction Act program is hereby waived with respect to construction of the features authorized in section 202(a)(l). Any such feature shall be operated, maintained, and repaired by the District in accordance with repayment contracts and operation and maintenance agreements previously entered into between the Secretary and the District. The United States shall not be liable for damages resulting from the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and replacement by ti^e District of the features specified in section 202(a)(l). (2) CONJUNCTIVE USE OF SURFACE AND GROUND WATER. — $10,0()0,000 for a feasibility study and development, Mdth public involvement, by the Utah Division of Water Resources of systems to allow ground water recharge, management, and the coi\junctive use of surface water resources with ground water resources in Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Wasatch, and Weber Counties, Utah. (3) WASATCH COUNTY WATER EFFICIENCY PROJECT. —(A) $500,()00 for the District to conduct, within two years from the date of enactment of this Act, a feasibility study with public involvement, of efficiency improvements in the management, deliveiy and treatment of water in Wasatch County, without interference with downstream water rights. Such feasibility study shall be developed after consultation with Wasatch County and the Commission, or the Utah State Division of Wildlife Resources if the Commission has not been established, and shall identify the features of the Wasatch County Water Efficiency Project. (B) $10,000,000 for construction of the Wasatch County Water Efficiency Project, in addition to funds authorized in section 207(e)(2) for related purposes. (C) The feasibility study and the Project construction authorization shall be subject to the non-Federal contribution requirements of section 204. (D) The project construction authorization provided in subparagraph (B) shall expire if no federally appropriated funds to construct such features have been obligated or expended by the District in accordance with this Act within five years from the date of completion of feasibility studies, or such longer times as necessitated for— (i) completion, after the exercise of due diligence, of compliance measures outlined in a biological opinion issued pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.) for any species that is or may be listed as threatened or endangered under such Act, except that such extension of time for the expiration of authorization shall not exceed twelve months beyond the five-year period provided in this subparagraph; or