33 CFR 211.103 - Determination of whether land is required for public purposes, including public recreational use.

§ 211.103 Determination of whether land is required for public purposes, including public recreational use.
The Chief of Engineers and the Director of Public Works are hereby delegated authority to determine which lands are not required for public purposes, including public recreational use, and to determine the exceptions, restrictions and reservations, as are in the public interest, to be included in any reconveyance, including the reservation of such mineral rights as are determined necessary for the efficient operation of the project. This delegation of authority shall not apply to lands below the level of 529 feet in the Garza-Little Elm Reservoir project and below 560 feet in the Grapevine Reservoir project as the lands below these levels will not be available for reconveyance pursuant to the act.
[23 FR 7348, Sept. 28, 1958, as amended at 37 FR 15371, Aug. 1, 1972]

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