PUBLIC LAW 105-352—NOV. 3, 1998 112 STAT. 3223 (3) to promote the implementation of water conservation programs by the Fall River Water Users District Rural Water System. SEC. 3. DEFINITIONS. In this Act: (1) ENGINEERING REPORT.— The term "engineering report" means the study entitled "Supplemental Preliminary Engineering Report for Fall River Water Users District" published in August 1995. (2) PROJECT CONSTRUCTION BUDGET. —The term "project construction budget" means the description of the total amount of funds that are needed for the construction of the water supply system, as described in the engineering report. (3) PUMPING AND INCIDENTAL OPERATIONAL REQUIRE- MENTS. —The term "pumping and incidental operational requirements" means all power requirements that are incidental to the operation of intake facilities, pumping stations, water treatment facilities, cooling facilities, reservoirs, and pipelines to the point of delivery of water by the Fall River Water Users District Rural Water System to each entity that distributes water at retail to individual users. (4) SECRETARY. — The term "Secretary" means the Secretary of Agriculture. (5) WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM.—The term "water supply system" means the Fall River Water Users District Rural Water System, a nonprofit corporation, established and operated substantially in accordance with the engineering report. SEC. 4. FEDERAL ASSISTANCE FOR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM. (a) IN GENERAL. — The Secretary shall make grants to the water supply system for the Federal share of the costs of the planning and construction of the water supply system. (b) SERVICE AREA. —The water supply system shall provide for safe and adequate municipal, rural, and industrial water supplies, mitigation of wetlands areas, and water conservation within the boundaries of the Fall River Water Users District, described as follows: bounded on the north by the Angostura Reservoir, the Cheyenne River, and the line between Fall River and Custer Counties, bounded on the east by the line between Fall River and Shannon Counties, bounded on the south by the line between South Dakota and Nebraska, and bounded on the west by the Igloo- Provo Water Project District. (c) AMOUNT OF GRANTS. —Grants made available under subsection (a) to the water supply system shall not exceed the Federal share under section 9. (d) LIMITATION ON AVAILABILITY OP CONSTRUCTION FUNDS. — The Secretary shall not obligate funds for the construction of the water supply system until— (1) the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) are met with respect to the water supply system; and (2) a final engineering report and plan for a water conservation program have been prepared and submitted to Congress for a period of not less than 90 days before the commencement of construction of the system. Grants. South Dakota. Nebraska.