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Subcommittee on National Parks, Recreation and Public Lands Markup on: H.R. 2099, H.R. 2748, H.R. 3434, H.R. 4622, H.R. 4874, H.R. 4968
Thursday, July 18, 2002

washington, D.C.


Markup on:
H.R. 2099, to amend the Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 to provide adequate funding authorization for the Vancouver National Historic Reserve;was forwarded to the Full Committee, amended, by Voice Vote.
H.R. 2748, to authorize the establishment of a national database for purposes of identifying, locating, and cataloging the many memorials and permanent tributes to America's veterans;was forwarded to the Full Committee, amended, by Voice Vote.
H.R. 3434, to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire the McLoughlin House National Historic Site in Oregon City, Oregon, and to administer the site as a unit of the National Park System, and for other purposes;was forwarded to the Full Committee, amended, by Voice Vote.
H.R. 4622, to require Federal land managers to support, and to communicate, coordinate, and cooperate with, designated gateway communities, to improve the ability of gateway communities to participate in Federal land management planning conducted by the Forest Service and agencies of the Department of the Interior, and to respond to the impacts of the public use of the Federal lands administered by these agencies, and for other purposes;was forwarded to the Full Committee, without amendment, by Voice Vote.
H.R. 4874, to direct the Secretary of the Interior to disclaim any Federal interest in lands adjacent to Spirit Lake and Twin Lakes in the State of Idaho resulting from possible omission of lands from an 1880 survey;was forwarded to the Full Committee, without amendment, by Voice Vote.
H.R. 4968, to provide for the exchange of certain lands in Utah.was forwarded to the Full Committee, amended, by Voice Vote.

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