16 U.S. Code § 410ww–22 - Dayton historic resources preservation and development plan

(a) In general
Within 2 years after the date on which the Commission conducts its first meeting, the Commission shall submit to the Secretary a preservation and development plan which may include the Wright-Dunbar Historic District, the Dunbar Historic District, the Ed Sines House and the Daniel Fitch House, and the 45 sites identified in Appendix A of the document entitled “Study of Alternatives Dayton’s Aviation Heritage, Ohio” published by the National Park Service. Within 90 days after the receipt of such plan, the Secretary shall approve such plan or return it with comments to the Commission. If the Secretary has taken no action after 90 days upon receipt, the plan shall be considered approved. If the Secretary disapproves a plan, the Commission shall submit a revised plan to the Secretary. The plan shall include specific preservation and interpretation goals and a priority timetable for their achievement. The Secretary shall forward copies of the approved plan to the Congress.
(b) Contents of plan
The plan referred to in subsection (a) of this section shall—
(1) set detailed goals for the preservation, protection, enhancement, and utilization of the resources of sites referred to in subsection (a) of this section;
(2) identify properties which should be preserved, restored, developed, maintained, or acquired;
(3) include a tentative budget for the subsequent five fiscal years;
(4) propose a management strategy for a permanent organizational structure to enhance and coordinate such resources, and aviation-related properties, and institutions;
(5) recommend methods for establishing partnerships with Federal, State, and local governments and the private sector to foster development and to preserve and enhance such resources;
(6) propose transportation links, including pedestrian facilities and bicycle trails among historic aviation sites including an interurban between the Wright-Dunbar Historic District and the historic resources at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base;
(7) address the use of private vehicles, traffic patterns, parking, and public transportation;
(8) propose educational and cultural programs to encourage appreciation of such resources;
(9) establish standards and criteria applicable to the construction, preservation, restoration, alteration, and use of the properties among such resources;
(10) establish an index which shall contain documentary evidence of historical and cultural significance and which includes property in the Miami Valley associated with the Wright brothers, the history of aviation, or Paul Laurence Dunbar.
(c) Consultation
In developing the plan, the Commission shall consult with appropriate officials of any local government or Federal or State agency which has jurisdiction over historic aviation resources in the Miami Valley area. The Commission shall also consult with property owners and business, historic, professional, neighborhood, and citizen organizations affected by the actions proposed in the plan.

Source

(Pub. L. 102–419, title II, § 202,Oct. 16, 1992, 106 Stat. 2145.)

 

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