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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

PUBLIC LAW 98-398—AUG. 24, 1984

98 STAT. 1471

Memorial to help reduce the day-to-day operational and management responsibilities of the National Park Service and to increase opportunities for local employment. "(b) The plan shall also identify and include— ,.-..;;,, "(1) needs, opportunities, and commitments for the aesthetic "; and economic rehabilitation of the entire East Saint Louis, Illinois, waterfront and adjacent areas, in a manner compatible with and complementary to, the Memorial, including the appropriate commitments and roles of the Federal, State, and local governments and the private sector; and 2 "(2) cost estimates and recommendations for Federal, State, and local administrative and legislative actions. In carrying out its duties under this section, the Commission shall take into account Federal, State, and local plans and studies respecting the area, including the study by the National Park Service on the feasibility of a museum of American ethnic culture to be a part of any development plans for the Memorial. 'SEC. 9. (a) Upon completion of the plan, the Commission shall 16 USC 450jj-8. transmit the plan to the secretary for his review and approval of its adequacy and appropriateness. In order to approve the plan, the Secretary must be able to find affirmatively that: "(1) The plan addresses all elements outlined in section 8 above; "(2) The plan is consistent with the Saint Louis, Missouri, ';• portion of the Memorial; ^ "(3) There are binding commitments to fund land acquisition and development, including visitor circulation and transportation systems and modes, in amounts sufficient to completely ^.,: w:.; i implement the plan as recommended by the Commission from / -n sources other than funds authorized to be appropriated in this Act; and "(4) There are binding commitments to fund or provide the equivalent of all costs in excess of $350,000 per annum for the continued management, operation, and protection of the East Saint Louis, Illinois, portion of the Memorial. "(b) The Secretary shall transmit in writing a notice of his approval and his certification as to the existence and nature of funding commitments contained in the approved plan to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the House of Representatives and to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the United States Senate. "SEC. 10. Pending submission of the Commission's plan, any Fed- 16 USC 450jj-9. eral entity conducting or supporting significant activities directly affecting East Saint Louis, Illinois, generally and the site specifically referred to in section 4 shall— "(1) consult with the Secretary of the Interior and the Commission with respect to such activities; "(2) cooperate with the Secretary of the Interior and the Commission in carrying out their duties under this Act, and to the maximum extent practicable, coordinate such activities with the carrying out of such duties; and "(3) to the maximum extent practicable, conduct or support such activities in a manner which the Secretary determines will not have an adverse effect on the Memorial.". (b) The Act of May 17, 1954 entitled "An Act to provide for the construction of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial at the site of old Saint Louis, Missouri, in general accordance with the plan