Federal land ownership and management are of perennial interest to Congress. This book describes the constitutional authority for federal land ownership. It provides the history of federal land acquisition and disposal, and describes the federal land management agency, jurisdictions, based on congressional authorities to reserve or withdraw lands from disposal. Included in the book are also backgrounds on the various agencies that administer and care for the 6.55 million acres of federal land.Payment for Tax Losses on Land Acquired for Grand Teton National Park ($7, 000 in FY 1998). ... No more than 25% of the fees collected may be used to compensate Wyoming, in accordance with a schedule of payments, for tax ... at the collecting site for a variety of operating purposes, including interpretation, protection of resources and repair and maintenance. ... The authority to sell obsolete vessels expires at the end of FY 2001. q National Park Passport Program ($0 in FY 1 998).
|Title||:||Federal Land Management|
|Author||:||Samuel T. Prescott|
|Publisher||:||Nova Publishers - 2003-01-01|