2 edition of Measures for strengthening the California land conservation act found in the catalog.
Measures for strengthening the California land conservation act
California. University, Davis. Division of Environmental Studies. Land Use Research Group.
|Statement||S. L. Schwartz ... [et al.], Land Use Research Group, Division of Environmental Studies, University of California, Davis.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, S. L., California. Legislature. Assembly. Select Committee on Open Space Lands.|
|LC Classifications||KFC811 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||75623619|
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MaReso. ) (AB Revisions adopted Octo ; effective January 1, Reso. ) Butte County’s objective in implementing the California Land Conservation Act of (u) The department and the city or county may agree to extend any deadline to act under this section, upon the request of the city and county, and the written approval of the director of the department.
(v) In order to promote the reasonable and equitable resolution of a. California Land Conservation Act (Williamson Act) These questions and answers are offered to provide information about the California Land Conservation (Williamson) Act of as amended and certain Revenue andTaxation Code provisions which relate to the valuation of agricultural and open space land enrolled in Williamson Act contracts.
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The U.S. House of Representatives on Feb. 12 passed the Protecting America’s Wilderness Act, moving critical public land and river conservation measures a significant step closer to becoming law.The Land Conservation Act has been the State's premier agricultural land protection program since its enactment inpreserving agricultural and open-space lands through property tax incentives and voluntary restrictive-use contracts.