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Fort Monroe National Historical Park Establishment Act of 2011

Fort Monroe National Historical Park Establishment Act of 2011

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FLO11444 S.L.C.
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TH
CONGRESS1
ST
S
ESSION
 
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To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to establish Fort Monroe NationalHistorical Park in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and for other purposes.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
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Mr. W
EBB
introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referredto the Committee on
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A BILL
To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to establish FortMonroe National Historical Park in the Commonwealthof Virginia, and for other purposes.
 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
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tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
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SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
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This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Fort Monroe National
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Historical Park Establishment Act of 2011’’.
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SEC. 2. DEFINITIONS.
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In this Act:
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(1) C
OMMONWEALTH
.—The term ‘‘Common-
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 wealth’’ means—
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(A) the Commonwealth of Virginia; or
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(B) any management entity or political
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subdivision established by the Commonwealth
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for the planning, management, and reuse of 
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land, buildings, or structures reverting to or
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conveyed to the Commonwealth as a result of 
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the Base Realignment land closures process of 
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2005 affecting the Fort.
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(2) F
ORT
.—The term ‘‘Fort’’ means the third
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system fortification historically referred to as ‘‘For-
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tress Monroe’’, including—
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(A) the moat; and
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(B) the land and improvements within the
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Fort and adjacent to the outside perimeter of 
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the moat.
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(3) H
ISTORIC AREA 
.—The term ‘‘historic area’’
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means the Fort Monroe National Historic Landmark
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located outside the boundary of the Park.
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(4) H
ISTORIC RESOURCES
.—The term ‘‘historic
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resources’’ means any land, cultural landscapes,
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 buildings, or structures that are—
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(A) located within the Fort; or
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(B) adjacent to the Fort within the con-
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necting road system formed by Fenwick Road,
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Ingalls Road, Murray Road, Patch Road, Grif-
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fith Street, and Bomford Lane.
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(5) M
 ANAGEMENT PLAN
.—The term ‘‘manage-
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ment plan’’ means the general management plan for
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the Park developed under section (4)(i).
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(6) M
 AP
.—The term ‘‘map’’ means the map en-
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titled ‘‘Fort Monroe National Historical Park Pro-
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posed Boundary’’, numbered 250/107,111, and
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dated June 24, 2011.
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(7) N
 ATURAL AND RECREATIONAL RE
-
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SOURCES
.—The term ‘‘natural and recreational re-
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sources’’ means any land and submerged land lying
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 within, and associated with, the North Beach area of 
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the Fort, as depicted on the map.
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(8) P
 ARK 
.—The term ‘‘Park’’ means the Fort
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Monroe National Historical Park established by sec-
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tion (3)(a).
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(9) P
ROJECT
.—The term ‘‘project’’ means any 
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activity, restoration, rehabilitation, interpretive ex-
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hibit or device, or physical improvement for which
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Federal funds have been expended.
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(10) S
ECRETARY
.—The term ‘‘Secretary’’
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means the Secretary of the Interior.
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SEC. 3. FORT MONROE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK.
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(a) E
STABLISHMENT
.—There is established in the
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Commonwealth a unit of the National Park System, to
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 be known as the ‘‘Fort Monroe National Historical Park’’.
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