NATIONAL PARKS SUBCOMMITTEE HEARING: to receive testimony on the following bills: S. 349, S. 1596, S. 1651, S. 1750, S.

The purpose of the hearing is to receive testimony on the following bills: S. 349, to establish the Susquehanna Gateway National Heritage… read more

The purpose of the hearing is to receive testimony on the following bills: S. 349, to establish the Susquehanna Gateway National Heritage Area in the State of Pennsylvania, and for other purposes; S. 1596, to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire the Gold Hill Ranch in Coloma, California; S. 1651, to modify a land grant patent issued by the Secretary of the Interior; S. 1750, to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to conduct a special resource study of the General of the Army George Catlett Marshall National Historic Site at Dodona Manor in Leesburg, Virginia, and for other purposes; S. 1801, to establish the First State National Historical Park in the State of Delaware, and for other purposes; S. 1802 and H.R. 685, to require a study of the feasibility of establishing the United States Civil Rights Trail System, and for other purposes; S. 2953 and H.R. 3388, to modify the boundary of Petersburg National Battlefield in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and for other purposes; S. 2976, to designate as wilderness certain land and inland water within the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in the State of Michigan, and for other purposes; S. 3159 and H.R. 4395, to amend Public Law 101-377 to revise the boundaries of the Gettysburg National Military Park to include the Gettysburg Train Station, and for other purposes; S. 3168, to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire certain non-Federal land in the State of Pennsylvania for inclusion in the Fort Necessity National Battlefield; and S. 3303, to establish the Chimney Rock National Monument in the State of Colorado (Hearing Room SD-366). width="100%" color="#999999" size="1" noshade / Majority Statements No Statements Posted Minority Statements No Statements Posted width="100%" color="#999999" size="1" noshade / Witnesses Panel 1 src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / The Honorable Barbara Boxer, U.S. Senate src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / The Honorable Robert Casey, U.S. Senate src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / The Honorable Thomas Carper, U.S. Senate src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / The Honorable Roland Burris, United States Senate src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / The Honorable Michael Bennet, U.S. Senate Panel 2 src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / Mr. Stephen Whitesell, Department of the Interior src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / Mr. Joel Holtrop - Deputy Chief of the National Forest System, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture Panel 3 src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / The Honorable Robert Moomaw - Commissioner of Archuleta County src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / Mr. Timothy Slavin - Director, Division of Historic and Cultural Affairs for the State of Delaware src="http://energy.senate.gov/public/_images/arrows/arrow_blue.gif" align="middle" hspace="3" / Mark Platts - President, Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area class="Footer Energy and Natural Resources Committee 304 Dirksen Senate Building Washington, DC 20510 (202) 224-4971 close

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14413-1
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Senate Committee
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Senate Committee
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366, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, District of Columbia, United States