PUBLIC LAW 98-398—AUG. 24, 1984
98 STAT. 1463
users of property located in or adjacent to the corridor will not be subject to excessive liability with respect to activities which are carried out by such owners and users on such property and which affect persons and property in the corridor. (f) ANNUAL REPORTS.—Not later than May 15 of each year (other than the year in which this Act is enacted) the Commission shall publish and submit an annual report concerning the Commission's activities to the Governor and to the Secretary. RESTRICTIONS ON COMMISSION SEC. 110. (a) RESTRICTIONS ON COMMISSION'S DEVELOPMENT.—(1) 16 USC 46i note. The Commission may not develop any site or structure in any area described in paragraph (2) unless such development involves the restoration, rehabilitation, or preservation of a facility existing on,.^, rd^'O&J-i' ^ the date of the enactment of this Act. (2) The areas referred to in paragraph (1) are the following areas: (A) Any area in the corridor designated by the political subdivision of the State which has primary responsibility for regulating land use in such areas (as determined by the Commission) as suitable for industrial development. Aresis so designated may include any area adjacent to the Illinois and Michigan Canal State Park, a conservation site, a historical site, or other visitor area. (B) The area of the corridor in Grundy County, Illinois, extending from Morris, Illinois, to the eastern boundary of section 22, Aux Sable Township, but not including— " (i) lock eight and lock tender's house (identified as sites 1 and 2, respectively, on the map described in section 104(b)); ot- b (ii) Rutherford tavern, the old mule barn, and the historic cemetery (identified as sites 3, 4, and 5, respectively, on S " such map); and (iii) any trail in such area which follows the historic towpath of the canal. (C) The area of the corridor in Will County, Illinois, which " " extends from a line created from Interstate 55 to the center of the sailing line in the Des Plaines River, west on center line of sailing line to the intersection of the line formed by the eastern edge of sections 30 and 31 of Channahon Township east through
Brandon Pool, but not including the trail in such area which follows the historic towpath of the canal. (D) The area of the corridor in Will County, Illinois, which extends from the southern boundary of section 14, Lockport Township, to the eastern boundary of section 25, DuPage Township. (b) RESTRICTIONS ON DEVELOPMENT OF TRAILS.—The Commission may not develop any new trail along the canal or historic towpath of the canal through industrial sites or railroad rights of way without concurrence of the owner, which— (1) are located north of the city of Joliet, Illinois; and I (2) existed on the date of the enactment of this Act. t
TERMINATION OF COMMISSION
SEC. 111. (a) TERMINATION.—Except as provided in subsection (b), 16 USC 461 note. the Commission shall terminate on the day occurring ten years after the date of the enactment of this Act.