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S. 1152: A bill to provide for the transfer of administrative jurisdiction over certain parcels of Federal land in Arlington, Virginia, and for other purposes.


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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on Apr 11, 2019.


This bill transfers administrative jurisdiction from the Department of the Interior to the Department of the Army over the 16.09-acre parcel of federal land in Arlington, Virginia, adjacent to and comprising Memorial Avenue from the western side of the Route 110 overpass, west to and including the hemicycle used by the Women in Military Service for America Memorial. Such land shall be administered as part of Arlington National Cemetery.

The bill also transfers administrative jurisdiction from Army to Interior over the 1.04-acre parcel of federal land in Arlington adjacent to the Chaffee parking lot, comprising one structure, and bounded on the northeast by Sherman Drive. Such land shall be included within the boundary of Arlington House and the Robert E. Lee Memorial, and administered by Interior as part of such memorial.

The land transfers of this bill shall be made without reimbursement nor consideration.

The use of a bicycle trail or recreational access in the transferred lands may continue after transfer.