Federal Lands-to-Parks Program and Historic Surplus Property Program new uses for federal properties

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service in [Washington, DC] .

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Subjects:

  • Public lands -- Recreational use -- United States,
  • Historic buildings -- Remodeling for other use -- United States,
  • Surplus government property -- United States

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Shipping list no.: 95-0002-P

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Other titlesFederal Lands to Parks Program and Historic Surplus Property Program
ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service
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Pagination1 folded sheet (10 p.) :
Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL14959981M

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Get this from a library. Federal Lands-to-Parks Program and Historic Surplus Property Program: new uses for federal properties. [United States. National Park Service.;]. The Federal Lands to Parks Program assists communities in getting land from the federal government, from finding out and applying, through getting ownership.

The program advocates on behalf of the communities for acquisition of the appropriate land and helps ensure permanent public recreational use and stewardship of the land conveyed for park use.

The National Park Service's Federal Lands to Parks Program helps communities create new parks and recreation areas by transferring surplus Federal land to state and local governments.

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40 U.S.C. (b), (e), and (h), Public Law • Federal Property and Administrative Services Act ofas amended, authorizes the transfer of surplus Federal property to state and local governments for park and recreation purposes.

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Dept of Interior. FLP: To transfer surplus Federal real property for state and local public park and recreation use; HSPP: To transfer Federal historic real property to state and local governments for historic preservation purposes. Federal Program Headquarters. FLP:Joel Lynch and Wendy Ormont or HSPP: Gary Sachau National Park Service, State and Local.

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Federal law mandates that surplus property first be offered to any federal agency that port has applied for ownership under the Federal Lands to Parks program. Does that move the combination house tour and book sale was held at the Garrison on the Ft.

Johnston. Fort Ord Dunes State Park is a state park in California, United States, along 4 miles ( km) of coastline on Monterey Bay and created from part of the closed Fort park includes a boardwalk, a path to the beach, a 4-mile ( km) road for walking and biking, and interpretive exhibits describing its former use as a military training on: Monterey County, California, USA.

Ray H. Murray () received the Pugsley Medal in for "contributions to the improvement of cooperation between local, state and national recreation and park programs." Murray pioneered several innovative programs which had a widespread impact both on the National Park Service (NPS) and the broader parks and conservation field.

mentioned Property has been determined to be surplus to the Federal government, and is available for disposal, pursuant to Ti U.S. Code, Chapter 5 and applicable regulations. The Property is a vacant, unimproved parcel on approximately.

for the same surplus real property. Review, evaluate, process, and make recommendations on the applications. Make final decisions concerning recreation development which affect the land, water, natural and cultural resources of the property.

Promote the Federal Lands to Parks Program throughout the 20 State region by providing. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for implementing and administering the Federal Lands Transportation Program (FLTP), established under the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP), Public Law Framework.

The FLTP builds upon the structure of the traditional Federal Lands Highway Program. Transfer of surplus federal land to state and local governments for SELMA TO MONTGOMERY NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL, ALABAMA The federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities is helping communities along Alabama’s mile Selma (RCD) is a federal grant program that works with regional and tribal organizations to manage safe water.

Lake Druid Park’s 19 acres were transferred by the U.S. Navy to the City in through the Federal Lands to Parks program. Lake Druid Amenities include a mountain bike area with a pump track, junior pump track and single track trail, fenced dog run and community garden site.

federal agencies and also administers the excess/surplus system of property disposal. Background The federal government owns and manages approxima tely million acres of land in the United States — % of the total land base of billion acres.2 Table 1 identifies the acreage of federal land located in each state and the District of File Size: KB.

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The text of the sign reads: "This property has been acquired through the Federal Lands to Parks Program of the National Park Service, Department of the Interior for use by the general public." An October photo by Aaron Kuhn of what is presumed to be some sort of former test tower.

Aaron Kuhn visited the site of Warminster in October The Park Service has also been given a leadership role in providing technical assistance to other countries in creating national parks and preserving their natural and cultural resources.

As the National Park Service enters its second century, it faces many of the same challenges as other federal agencies. Public lands -- New York (State) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Public lands; Public lands -- United States; New York (State) Related term: New York.

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part of a Federal program. RECIPIENT. A non-Federal entity that receives a Federal award directly from a Federal awarding agency to carry out an activity under a Federal program.

A recipient is not inherently a passthrough entity; it only becomes a passthrough entity when it passes grant funds down to a subrecipient. SUBAPPLICANT. Home owners near parks and protected areas are repeatedly seen to have property values more than 20% higher than similar properties elsewhere.

Historic Preservation. Nationally, the federal tax credits returned more than $ billion in federal tax dollars since on $ billion in tax credits – a return of % from every dollar invested.

addition, since more than 6, acres of federal surplus land have been transferred to the state of Missouri and local entities for use as local parks and other recreation through the National Park Service's Federal Lands to Parks Program.

Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grants are available for the construction and. FY Election District Report TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Election District' Summary. Browsing subject area: Recreation areas -- Missouri (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from.

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Parcel A represents a portion of the acre State Park parcel, which is formerly part of the Fort Indiantown Gap. This parcel was deeded to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by the Department of Interior as surplus federal land through the Federal Lands to Parks Program. Volunteer(s) to read and comment.

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In a letter to Port St. Joe Mayor Mel Magidson, John R. Barrett, program manager of the Federal Lands to Parks program with the Department of the Interior National Park Service, wrote that it is a pleasure to inform you that the application has been approved pursuant to the requirements of the Federal Lands to Parks program.

The program brings national perspective, capabilities, and experience to conservation and recreation projects driven by local initiatives. NPS's Federal Lands-to-Parks Program enables states and local governments to establish park and recreation areas and adapt historic buildings for. All Americans should be free to acquire permits to federal grass and use the lands to enhance wildlife, stabilize soils, protect endangered species, improve riparian areas or, if they prefer, raise red meat.

This can be done if Congress eliminates property requirements for permits, ends the "use it or lose it" rule for federal grass, and lifts.Inthe lighthouse and surrounding property were deeded to the Town of Caswell Beach as part of the Federal Lands to Parks program.

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