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House Committee on Natural ResourcesPublic Lands and Environmental RegulationIntroducedApril 15th, 2010
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Central Rockies Land Exchange and National Park System Enhancement Act of 2010
To provide for certain land exchanges in Gunnison County, Colorado, and Uintah County, Utah.
Central Rockies Land Exchange and National Park System Enhancement Act of 2010 - Requires the Secretary of the Interior (Secretary), if the Bear Ranch, LLC, offers to convey all interest in specified non-federal parcels of land within the Curecanti National Recreation Area in Gunnison County, Colorado, and Dinosaur National Monument in Uintah County, Utah, for inclusion in the National Park System, to accept the offer and the Secretary and the Secretary of Agriculture (USDA) to convey to the Ranch all interest of the United States in specified federal land under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or the United States Forest Service. Requires the USDA Secretary, if the Darien Ranch offers to convey all interest in certain non-federal land in Gunnison County, to accept the offer, and upon receipt of such land, to convey to the Ranch a permanent right-of-way of no more than 200 feet in width for a water intake on Rapid Creek and water pipeline (and access to such intake and pipeline) running along an existing irrigation ditch from the Creek to private land. Requires the values of the federal and non-federal lands in each separate land exchange to be equal and to be determined by appraisals performed in accordance with this Act. Requires lands acquired by the Secretary and the USDA Secretary, respectively, to become part of: (1) the Curecanti National Recreation Area or Dinosaur National Monument; and (2) the unit of the National Forest System in which the land is located. Requires implementation of a travel management plan for the design, construction, improvement, replacement, or other siting of roads, trails, and trailheads in the Anthracite-Spring Creek Travel Planning Area.