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PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 106 STAT. 4637 (7) The creation of this preserve shall not in any way interfere with the operation of the irrigation and drainage system authorized by section 202(a)(l). (8) All water rights not appurtenant to the lands purchased for the Wetlands Preserve acquired under paragraph (1) shall be purchased from the District at an amount not to exceed the cost of the District in acquiring such rights. (9) Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by section 201, $16,690,000 shall be available for acquisition of the lands, water rights, and other interests therein described in paragraph (1) of this subsection for the establishment of the Utah Lake Wetland Preserve. (10) Lands, easements, or water rights may not be acquired pursuant to this subsection without the consent of the owner of such lands or water rights. (11) Base property of a lessee or permittee (and the heirs of such lessee or permittee) under a Federal grazing permit or lease held on the date of enactment of this Act shall include any land of such lessee or permittee acquired by the Commission under this subsection. (d) PROVO BAY. — In order to protect wetland habitat, the United States shall not issue any Federal permit which allows commercial, industrial, or residential development on the southern portion of Provo Bay in Utah Lake, as described herein and depicted on a map dated October 11, 1990, except that recreational development consistent with wildlife habitat values shall be permitted. The southern portion of Provo Bay referred to in this subsection shall be that area extending two thousand feet out into the Bay from the ordinary high water Une on the south shore of Provo Bay, beginning at a point at the mouth of the Spanish Fork River and extending generally eastward along the ordinary high water Une to the intersection of such line with the I*rovo City limit, as it existed as of October 10, 1990, on the east shore of the Bay. Such a map shall be on file and available for inspection in the office of the Secretary of the Interior, Washington, District of Columbia. Nothing in this Act shall restrict present or future development of the Provo City Airport or airport access roads along the north side of Provo Bay. SEC. 307. FISHERIES ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION, AND ENHANCE- MENT. Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by section 201, the following amounts shall be in addition to amounte available under the 1988 Definite Plan Report and shall be available only for fisheries acquisition, rehabilitetion, and improvement within the State: (1) $750,000 for fish habitet restoration on the Provo River between the Jordanelle and Deer Creek Reservoirs. (2) $4,000,000 for fish habitat restoration in streams impacted by Federal reclamation projecte in Utah. (3) $1,000,000 for the restoration of tributeries of the Strawberry Reservoir to assure trout spawning recruitment. (4) $1,500,000 for post-treatment management and fishery development costs at the Strawberry Reservoir. (5) $1,000,000 for (A) a study to be conducted as directed by the Commission to determine the appropriate means for