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114 STAT. 2384 PUBLIC LAW 106-513—NOV. 13, 2000 each State in which any part of the proposed sanctuary would be located.", (b) SANCTUARY DESIGNATION. —Section 304(a)(2) (16 U.S.C. 1434(a)(2)) is amended to read as follows: "(2) SANCTUARY DESIGNATION DOCUMENTS.— The Secretary shall prepare and make available to the public sanctuary designation documents on the proposal that include the following: "(A) A draft environmental impact statement pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.). "(B) A resource assessment that documents— "(i) present and potential uses of the area, including commercial and recreational fishing, research and education, minerals and energy development, subsistence uses, and other commercial, governmental, or recreational uses; "(ii) after consultation with the Secretary of the Interior, any commercial, governmental, or recreational resource uses in the areas that are subject to the primary jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior; and "(iii) information prepared in consultation with the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of Energy, and the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, on any past, present, or proposed future disposal or discharge of materials in the vicinity of the proposed sanctuary. Public disclosure by the Secretary of such information shall be consistent with national security regulations. "(C) A draft management plan for the proposed national marine sanctuary that includes the following: "(i) The terms of the proposed designation, "(ii) Proposed mechanisms to coordinate existing regulatory and management authorities within the area. "(iii) The proposed goals and objectives, management responsibilities, resource studies, and appropriate strategies for managing sanctuary resources of the proposed sanctuary, including interpretation and education, innovative management strategies, research, ? monitoring and assessment, resource protection, restoration, enforcement, and surveillance activities. "(iv) An evaluation of the advantages of cooperative State and Federal management if all or part of the proposed sanctuary is within the territorial limits of any State or is superjacent to the subsoil and seabed within the seaward bomidary of a State, as that boundary is established under the Submerged Lands Act (43 U.S.C. 1301 et seq.). "(v) An estimate of the annual cost to the Federal Government of the proposed designation, including costs of personnel, equipment and facilities, enforcement, research, and public education. "(vi) The proposed regulations referred to in paragraph (1)(A). "(D) Maps depicting the boundaries of the proposed sanctuary.