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PUBLIC LAW 86-500-JUNE 8, 1960
(2) Under the subheading "COMMUNICATION FACILITIES", with respect to the Naval Radio Station, Washington County, Maine, strike out the amount "$88,654,000"' and insert in place thereof "$45,954,000". (b) Public Law 85-685, as amended, is amended by striking out in section 202 the amount "$75,301,000- and inserting in place thereof "$93,101,000". (c) Public Law 85-685, as amended, is amended by striking out in 72 Stat. 660. clause (2) of section 502 the amounts "$216,809,000", "$75,301,000", and "$325,994,000" and inserting in place thereof "$224,309,000", "$93,101,000", and "$351,294,000", respectively. Boardman SEC. 207. (a) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the ing Range. BombSecretary of the Navy is authorized, upon such terms and conditions Conveyance. as he may determine to be in the public interest, to convey to the State of Oregon the lands, including acquired and public domain lands, comprising the Boardman Bomoing Range in the State of Oregon, as delineated on a map designated as W a r Department-Office of the Division Engineer-North Pacific Division-Real Estate-Boardman Precision Bombing Range, approved February 17, 1947, drawing numbered 0-31-52. The conveyance of such lands to the State of Oregon shall be made in exchange for a conveyance, without restriction as to use, to the United States of such lands of the State of Oregon as the Secretary of the Navy shall find suitable for use as a bombing range, and upon payment by the State of Oregon to the United States of such amount as the Secretary of the Navy determines to represent the total of (1) the difference, if any, between the fair market value of the property so conveyed by the Secretary of the Navy and the fair market value of the land accepted in exchange therefor, and (2) the cost to the Department of the Navy of providing a complete substitute facility on the State lands so acquired. (b) The State of Oregon shall agree to be primarily liable and hold the United States harmless from any claims for personal injury or property damage resulting from the condition of the lands conveyed by the United States. (c) Of the lands conveyed to the United States by the State of Public lands.and Withdrawal Oregon, 37,320.31 acres thereof, as agreed upon by the Secretary of the reservation, Interior and the Secretary of the Navy, shall become public domain lands of the United States subject to all the laws and regulations applicable thereto, but shall remain withdrawn from all forms of appropriation under the public land laws, including the mining and mineral leasing laws, and shall be reserved for use as a bombing range under the administration of the Department of the Navy until such withdrawal and reservation is revoked by order of the Secretary of the Interior with the concurrence of the Secretary of the Navy. The remaining acreage of the lands conveyed to the United States shall become a part of the lands comprising the substitute bombing range and shall be administered by the Department of the Navy. Di str (d) The money received by the Secretary of the Navy in connection receipts.i b u t i o n of with the exchange authorized by this Act shall be disbursed as follows: (1) the difference in the fair market value between the public domain lands conveyed by the United States and the lands designated as public domain lands under subsection (c) shall be distributed as a receipt from the sale of public domain lands; (2) the difference in the fair market value between the remaining lands exchanged shall be covered into the Treasury as a miscellaneous receipt; and (3) the amount received to defray the cost of providing a complete substitute facility shall be available to the Department of the Navy for the construction and acquisition of such complete substitute facility.