Coltsville Study Act of 2003 Law and Legal Definition

Coltsville Study Act of 2003 is an act that directs the Secretary of the Interior to study the site known as Coltsville to evaluate its national significance, its importance to the history of precision manufacturing, and its suitability for designation as a unit of the National Park System. Coltsville is a community in Connecticut inspired by Samuel Colt, founder of the Colt Manufacturing Company, which flourished during the Industrial Revolution. The act authorizes the appropriation of whatever amounts are necessary for the study and would require the department to report on its findings and recommendations within three years of receiving funds.