4 edition of National Monument Public Participation Act of 1999 found in the catalog.
1999 by For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office .
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Summary. National Monument Public Participation Act of - Amends the Antiquities Act to require the Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture to promulgate regulations that establish procedures to ensure that Federal, State, and local governments and the public have the right to participate in the formulation of plans relating to the declaration of a national monument on Federal land.
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Costs that would be incurred to meet the requirements. H.R. (th). To provide for public participation in the declaration of national monuments under the Act popularly known as the Antiquities Act of Ina database of bills in the U.S.
Congress. It discusses the benefits of the Act and those aspects of the Act that have been controversial, including the size and types of resources protected; the level of and types of threat to designated areas; effects of proclamations on land uses; consistency of the Act with the withdrawal, public participation.
National Monument Public Participation Act of report together with minority views (to accompany S. (1) The Minister may, on the recommendation of the Board, by order published in the Gazette, declare any monument to be a national monument, and in like manner declare that an existing national monument shall cease to be a national monument.
(2) If a monument is situate on land not belonging to the Government. Section-by-Section Analysis Section 1. Refers to the short title of the bill as the ``The National Monument Public Participation Act of ''. Section 2.
This section states that the purpose of the act is to ensure that Congress and the public have a right and an opportunity to participate in the decisions to declare national monuments. This is particularly problematic in the context of U.S. Marine National Monuments, where questions around public engagement and participation have been at the center of national debate and scrutiny (Zinke, ).
Rigorous, empirical research is needed to better inform contemporary debates and to better understand the extent to which insights Author: Laurie Richmond, Rebecca L. Gruby, Dawn Kotowicz, Robert Dumouchel. Passed the House of Representatives Septem Attest: JEFF TRANDAHL, Clerk. Calendar No.
th CONGRESS. 2d Session. [Report No. ] AN ACT. To National Monument Public Participation Act of 1999 book for public participation in the declaration of national monuments under the Act popularly known as the Antiquities Act of Ma Reported. Two men played a crucial role in the creation and early history of National Monument Public Participation Act of 1999 book National Park Service: Stephen T.
Mather, a public relations genius of sweeping vision, and Horace M. Albright, an able lawyer and administrator who helped transform that vision into Creating the National Park Service, Albright and his daughter, Marian Albright Schenck, reveal the previously untold. Text of H.R. (th): National Monument NEPA Compliance Act as of (Introduced version).
H.R. (th): National Monument. Subsequent proclamations in and increased the area of the monument to 2, acres. In the California Desert Protection Act of Octothe monument was renamed Death Valley National Park and the area was increased by another million acres, making it the largest national park in the U.S.
outside of Alaska. The Proclamation of National Monuments Under the Antiquities Act, Ronald F. Lee. The first national monument to be established under provisions of the Antiquities Act was proclaimed by President Theodore Roosevelt on Septem November 2, H.R. An act to provide for public participation in the declaration of national monuments under the act popularly known as the Antiquities Act of As ordered reported by the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on Octo The National Monuments Council (NMC) was the national heritage conservation authority of South Africa, and therefore also of Namibia, during the major part of the apartheid era.
It was the successor body to the Historical Monuments Commission and became known principally for its declaration of several thousand national monuments. It came into being through the promulgation of the National Region served: South Africa and Namibia. Appomattox Court House National Historical Monument to be established in accordance with the act of Augc.49 Stat.
; and WHEREAS it appears that the use and administration of such lands as a part of the Appomattox Court House National Historical Monument would be in the public interest.
In Here, George Washington Was Born, Seth C. Bruggeman examines the history of commemoration in the United States by focusing on the George Washington Birthplace National Monument in Virginia's Northern Neck, where contests of public memory have unfolded with particular vigor for nearly eighty years.
Washington left the birthplace with his family at a young 3/5(4). Stonewall National Monument is a acre ( ha) U.S. National Monument in the West Village neighborhood of Greenwich Village in Lower Manhattan, New York City.
The designated area includes the acre ( ha) Christopher Park and the block of Christopher Street bordering the park, which is directly across the street from the Stonewall Inn—the site of the Area: acres ( ha) near the intersection of.
The process of creating a national monument under the Antiquities Act does not require approval from the democratically elected Congress, which is especially problematic because the creation of Author: Capital Flows.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Management Plan and Record of Decision () 11/15/ ( KB). H.R. –encourages National Park Service to provide planning for exhibits at Red Beach in the town of Calais, Maine in commemoration of the th anniversary of settlement of Saint Croix Island (included in Department of Interior Appropriations Act for FY ) - P.L.
This report addresses the authority of the President to create national monuments on federal lands under the Antiquities Act of It discusses aspects of the Act that have been controversial. These include the size and types of resources protected; the level of threat to designated areas; effects of proclamations on land uses; consistency of the Act with the withdrawal, public Author: Carol Hardy Vincent, Carol Baldwin.
The National Environmental Policy Act “mandates public participation in land-use decision-making processes.” Ketcham says the Endangered Species Act is “the most powerful environmental law.
The Ensuring Public Involvement in the Creation of National Monuments Act would amend the Antiquities Act of to subject national monument declarations by the President to the National Environmental Policy Act of (NEPA). At present, the President of the United States can unilaterally declare something a national monument, whereas the United States Introduced in: th United States Congress.
“national monument” means a national monument for the purposes of the National Monuments Acts toincluding— (a) a recorded monument under section 12 of the National Monuments (Amendment) Act (No. 17 of ), or (b) a registered historic monument under section 5 of the National Monu-ments (Amendment) Act (No.
17 of. Homestead National Monument of America, a unit of the National Park System, commemorates passage of the Homestead Act ofwhich allowed any qualified person to claim up to acres ( km 2) of federally owned land in exchange for five years of residence and the cultivation and improvement of the Act eventually transferredacres (1, km 2) from public Location: Gage County, Nebraska, USA.
The official status of "National Monument" is conferred under the National Monuments Acts to Monuments were given protection before Partition and before the independence of most of Ireland in the early s by the Ancient Monuments Protection Act ofan Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
History, Preservation, and Power at El Morro National Monument: Toward a Self-Reflexive Interpretive Practice(1). by Thomas H. Guthrie. In recent decades the National Park Service has begun to interpret a wider and more inclusive American history, one that has been not only triumphant but also painful, at least for some.
The National Landscape Conservation System lands constitute just about 12% of the lands managed by the BLM. Congress passed Title II of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of (Public Law ) to make the system a permanent part of the public lands protection system in the United arters: Main Interior Building, C.
After President Trump reduced Bears Ears National Monument by 85 percent, environmentalists screeched that the landscape would soon become a Swiss cheese environment at the hands of mining companies.
The Town of Monument is a statutory town situated at the base of the Rampart Range in El Paso County, Colorado, United town is part of the Colorado Springs Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had an estimated population ofin Monument is bordered by Pike National Forest on the west, Colorado Springs and the United States Air Force Academy to County: El Paso.
Sunbelt Publications, - Nature - pages 0 Reviews The sotry of how underpaid, underfunded volunteers fought to protect the last large area of wild land left in California, culminating in the enactment of the California Desert Protection Act of This report addresses the authority of the President to create national monuments on federal lands under the Antiquities Act of It discusses the benefits of the Act and those aspects of the Act that have been controversial, including the size and types of resources protected; the level of and types of threat to designated areas; effects of proclamations on land uses; Author: Carol Hardy Vincent, Pamela Baldwin.
The Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument (GSENM) is a United States national monument that originally designated 1, acres (7, km 2) of protected land in southern Utah in The monument's size was later reduced by a succeeding presidential proclamation in The land is among the most remote in the country; it was the last to be mapped in the Location: Kane County and Garfield County.
Laws acquire popular names as they make their way through Congress. (as with the 'USA Patriot Act' or the 'Take Pride in America Act') or by invoking public outrage or sympathy (as with any number of laws named for victims of crimes).
Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Act of Pub.Oct. 24, However, Kennedy also removed nearly 4, acres, declaring the changes in the public interest.
Prior to becoming a national park, Mount Olympus National Monument, in Washington, was reduced. A pdf park is a park in use for pdf purposes and it is protected. Often it is a reserve of natural, semi-natural, or developed land that a sovereign state declares or owns.
Although individual nations designate their own national parks differently, there is a common idea: the conservation of 'wild nature' for posterity and as a symbol of national pride.The Tule Lake National Monument in Download pdf and Siskiyou counties in California, consists primarily of the site of the Tule Lake War Relocation Center, one of ten concentration camps constructed in by the United States government to incarcerate Japanese Americans forcibly removed from their homes on the West Coast.
They totaled nearlypeople, more than Location: Northeast side CANewell, California.Pursuant ebook a congressional request, GAO provided information on how ebook Antiquities Act of has been used since its passage, focusing on: (1) the monuments that have been established under the act; and (2) a comparison of the requirements, if any, for environmental documentation and public participation, and of the processes, if any, for facilitating .