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PUBLIC LAW 103-433—OCT. 31, 1994 108 STAT. 4523 (3) One member, with experience in and knowledge of tourism in the greater New Orieans area, from recommendations submitted by local businesses. (4) One member from recommendations submitted by the Board of the New Orieans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, (5) One member, with experience in and knowledge of historic preservation within the New Orleans area. (6) Two members, one from recommendations submitted by the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and one member from recommendations submitted by the Chairman of the National Endowment of the Arts, who are recognized musicians with knowledge and experience in the development of jazz in New Orleans. (7) Two members, one from recommendations submitted by the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and one member from recommendations submitted by the Director of the Louisiana State Museum with recognized expertise in the interpretation of jazz history or traditions related to jazz in New Orleans. (8) Two members who represent local neighborhood groups or other local associations; from recommendations submitted by the Mayor of New Orleans. (9) One member representing local mutual aid and benevolent societies as well as local social and pleasure clubs, from recommendations submitted by the Board of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation. (10) One member from recommendations submitted by the Governor of the State of Louisiana, who shall be a member of the Louisiana State Music Commission. (11) One member representing the New Orleans Jazz Club from recommendations submitted by the club. (12) One member who is a recognized local expert on the history, development and progression of jazz in New Orleans and is familiar with existing archival materials from recommendations submitted by the Librarian of Congress. (13) The Director of the National Park Service, or the Director's designee, ex officio. (c) DUTIES OF THE COMMISSION.—The Commission shall— (1) advise the Secretary in the preparation of the general management plan for the historical park; assist in public discussions of planning proposals; and assist the National Park Service in working with individuals, groups, and organizations including economic and business interests in determining programs in which the Secretary should participate through cooperative agreement; (2) in consultation and cooperation with the Secretary, develop partnerships with educational groups, schools, universities, and other groups to furtherance of the purposes of this title; (3) in consultation and cooperation with the Secretary, develop partnerships with city-wide organizations, and raise and disperse funds for programs that assist mutual aid and benevolent societies, social and pleasure clubs and other traditional groups in encouraging the continuation of and enhancement ofjazz cultural traditions; 79-194 O—95-34: QL 3 Part 5