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PUBLIC LAW 106-143—DEC. 7, 1999 113 STAT. 1705 interpretation and commemoration of the Four Comers Monument, to be known as the "Four Comers Interpretive Center". (b) LAND DESIGNATED AND MADE AVAILABLE.— Land for the Center shall be designated and made available by the Navajo Nation or the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe within the boundaries of the Four Comers Monument Tribal Psirk in consultation with the Four Corners Heritage Council and in accordance with— (1) the memorandum of understanding between the Navajo Nation and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe that was entered into on October 22, 1996; and (2) applicable supplemental agreements with the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, and the United States Forest Service. (c) CONCURRENCE. —Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, no such center shall be established without the consent of the Navajo Nation and the Ute Moimtain Ute Tribe. (d) COMPONENTS OF CENTER.—The Center shall include— (1) a location for permanent and temporary exhibits depicting the archaeological, cultural, and natural heritage of the Four Comers region; (2) a venue for public education programs; (3) a location to highlight the importance of efforts to preserve southwestern archaeological sites and museum collections; (4) a location to provide information to the general public about cultural and natural resources, parks, museums, and travel in the Four Comers region; and (5) visitor amenities including restrooms, public telephones, and other basic facilities. SEC. 5. CONSTRUCTION GRANT. (a) GRANT.— (1) IN GENERAL.— The Secretary is authorized to award a grant to an eligible entity for the construction of the Center in an amount not to exceed 50 percent of the cost of construction of the Center. (2) ASSURANCES.—To be eligible for the grant, the eligible entity that is selected to receive the grant shall provide assurances that— (A) the non-Federal share of the costs of construction is paid from non-Federal sources (which may include contributions made by States, private sources, the Navajo Nation, and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe for planning, design, construction, furnishing, startup, and operational expenses); and (B) the aggregate amount of non-Federal fluids contributed by the States used to carry out the activities specified in subparagraph (A) will not be less than $2,000,000, of which each of the States that is party to the grant will contribute equally in cash or in kind. (3) FUNDS FROM PRIVATE SOURCES.—A State may use funds from private sources to meet the requirements of paragraph (2)(B). (4) FUNDS OF STATE OF ARIZONA.—The State of Arizona may apply $45,000 authorized by the State of Arizona during fiscal year 1998 for planning and $250,000 that is held in reserve by the State for construction toward the Arizona share.