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112 STAT. 3250 PUBLIC LAW 105-355 —NOV. 6, 1998 Records. (A) An inventory of resources contained in the Heritage Area, including a list of property in the Heritage Area that should be conserved, restored, managed, developed, or maintained because of the natural, cultural, or historic significance of the property as it relates to the themes of the Heritage Area. The inventory may not include any property that is privately owned unless the owner of the property consents in writing to that inclusion. (B) A recommendation of policies for resource management that consider and detail the application of appropriate land and water management techniques, including (but not limited to) the development of intergovernmental cooperative agreements to manage the historical, cultural, and natural resources and recreational opportunities of the Heritage Area in a manner consistent with the support of appropriate and compatible economic viability. (C) A program for implementation of the management plan, including plans for restoration and construction and a description of any commitments that have been made by persons interested in management of the Heritage Area. (D) An analysis of means by which Federal, State, and local programs may best be coordinated to promote the purposes of this title. (E) An interpretive plan for the Heritage Area. Deadlines. (4) APPROVAL AND DISAPPROVAL OF THE MANAGEMENT PLAN. — (A) IN GENERAL. — Not later than 180 days after submission of the Heritage Area management plan by the Board, the Secretary shall approve or disapprove the plan. If the Secretary has taken no action after 180 days, the plan shall be considered approved. (B) DISAPPROVAL AND REVISIONS.— I f the Secretary disapproves the management plan, the Secretary shall advise the Board, in writing, of the reasons for the disapproval and shall make recommendations for revision of the plan. The Secretary shall approve or disapprove proposed revisions to the plan not later than 60 days after receipt of such revisions from the Board. If the Secretary has taken no action for 60 days after receipt, the plan and revisions shall be considered approved. (b) PRIORITIES. —The Partnership shall give priority to the implementation of actions, goals, and policies set forth in the management plan for the Heritage Area, including— (1) assisting units of government, regional planning organizations, and nonprofit organizations— (A) in conserving the natural and cultural resources in the Heritage Area; (B) in establishing and maintaining interpretive exhibits in the Heritage Area; (C) in developing recreational opportunities in the Heritage Area; (D) in increasing public awareness of and appreciation for the natural, historical, and cultural resources of the Heritage Area; (E) in the restoration of historic buildings that are located within the boundaries of the Heritage Area and related to the theme of the Heritage Area; and