Any individual cottage site offered for sale generally will not contain more than approximately one acre. Such sites shall not be subdivided but shall remain intact as single units, and no more than one cottage may be constructed on each site. Not more than one site at any one reservoir will be sold to any person or organization. Sales to lessees of lands determined available for sale for cottage site development and use, who have a priority to purchase under the provisions of the Act, will be accomplished by negotiation. Sales to lessees who do not have a priority to purchase under the provisions of the Act may be accomplished by negotiation in the discretion of the Chief of Engineers or the Director of Real Estate (Assistant to the Chief of Engineers for Real Estate). Sales to persons other than lessees will be accomplished by public auction, or sealed bids, in accordance with procedure prescribed by the Chief of Engineers. If no acceptable bid or offer is received as a result of a public auction or solicitation for sealed bids, sale may be accomplished by negotiation in accordance with procedure prescribed by the Chief of Engineers.
Title 33 published on 2012-07-01
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