98 STAT. 1464
PUBLIC LAW 98-398—AUG. 24, 1984
(b) EXTENSION.—The Commission may extend the life of the Commission for a period of not more than five years beginning on the day referred to in subsection (a) if, not later than one hundred and eighty days before such day— (1) the Commission determines such extension is necessary in order for the Commission to carry out the purpose of this title; (2) the Commission submits such proposed extension to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of Representatives and to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate; and (3) the Governor and the Secretary each approve such extension. DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY
16 USC 461 note.
SEC. 112. To carry out the purpose of this Act, the Secretary shall have the following duties: (1) Not later than September 30, 1985, and in consultation with the Commission, the Secretary shall complete— (A) an inventory of sites and structures of historical, architectural, or engineering significance in the corridor; and (B) an inventory of sites and resources of archaeological or geological significance in the corridor. (2) Not later than September 30, 1986, in consultation with the Commission and in accordance with the plan, the Secretary shall— (A) develop a thematic structure for the interpretation of the heritage story of the corridor; and (B) design and fabricate interpretative materials based on such thematic structure, including— (i) trail guide brochures for exploring such heritage story via private auto, bus, bike, boat, or foot, including brochures for exploring such heritage story in towns along the canal; (ii) visitor orientation displays (including video presentations) at eight locations which are fairly distributed along the corridor; (iii) a curriculum element for local schools; and (iv) an appropriate mobile display depicting such heritage story. (3) The Secretary shall, upon request of the Commission, provide technical assistance to the Commission in carrying out the provisions of section 109(a)(6). Such assistance may include recommendations concerning appropriate preservation treatment, adaptive reuse potential, strategies for finding private investors, and tax advantages available with respect to such rehabilitation. (4) The Secretary shall make available to interested persons information which explains tax advantages available with respect to the rehabilitation of historical structures in the corridor. (5) For each fiscal year during the life of the Commission, the Secretary shall make available to interested persons brochures <»jo:. ift#Or ' 1 which explain tax advantages available with respect to the rehabilitation of historical structures in the corridor.