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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 22010-22014



22010.  Unless context otherwise requires, the definitions set forth
in this chapter govern the construction of this division.



22011.  "Commission" means the Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and
Coastal Study Commission.



22012.  "Zone" means: (1) the Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and
Coastal Zone which includes the land and water area of the Greater
Los Angeles Metropolitan Region, comprised of Los Angeles and Ventura
Counties, seaward to the outermost limit of the state's
jurisdiction, landward to the Ventura Freeway (Route 101) between
Calleguas Creek on the west, and an eastward boundary following
Sunset Boulevard from its intersection with the Pacific Coast Highway
(Route 1) on the south, northward and eastward to the city line of
Beverly Hills, thence following the northerly boundary of the City of
Beverly Hills until it returns to Sunset Boulevard, thence eastward
on Sunset Boulevard to its intersection with Harper Avenue, thence
following a direct line from this point to the southernmost point of
Griffith Park, thence following the Griffith Park boundary eastward,
then northward, then westward to its point of intersection with the
Ventura Freeway; and (2) the area commonly known as the Elysian Park.



22013.  "Region" means the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Region,
comprised of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.



22014.  "Irreversible modification" means any modification that
affects the physical shape, function, or environment of any estuary,
watershed, flood plain, or park and recreation area.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 22010-22014

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 22010-22014



22010.  Unless context otherwise requires, the definitions set forth
in this chapter govern the construction of this division.



22011.  "Commission" means the Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and
Coastal Study Commission.



22012.  "Zone" means: (1) the Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and
Coastal Zone which includes the land and water area of the Greater
Los Angeles Metropolitan Region, comprised of Los Angeles and Ventura
Counties, seaward to the outermost limit of the state's
jurisdiction, landward to the Ventura Freeway (Route 101) between
Calleguas Creek on the west, and an eastward boundary following
Sunset Boulevard from its intersection with the Pacific Coast Highway
(Route 1) on the south, northward and eastward to the city line of
Beverly Hills, thence following the northerly boundary of the City of
Beverly Hills until it returns to Sunset Boulevard, thence eastward
on Sunset Boulevard to its intersection with Harper Avenue, thence
following a direct line from this point to the southernmost point of
Griffith Park, thence following the Griffith Park boundary eastward,
then northward, then westward to its point of intersection with the
Ventura Freeway; and (2) the area commonly known as the Elysian Park.



22013.  "Region" means the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Region,
comprised of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.



22014.  "Irreversible modification" means any modification that
affects the physical shape, function, or environment of any estuary,
watershed, flood plain, or park and recreation area.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 22010-22014

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 22010-22014



22010.  Unless context otherwise requires, the definitions set forth
in this chapter govern the construction of this division.



22011.  "Commission" means the Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and
Coastal Study Commission.



22012.  "Zone" means: (1) the Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and
Coastal Zone which includes the land and water area of the Greater
Los Angeles Metropolitan Region, comprised of Los Angeles and Ventura
Counties, seaward to the outermost limit of the state's
jurisdiction, landward to the Ventura Freeway (Route 101) between
Calleguas Creek on the west, and an eastward boundary following
Sunset Boulevard from its intersection with the Pacific Coast Highway
(Route 1) on the south, northward and eastward to the city line of
Beverly Hills, thence following the northerly boundary of the City of
Beverly Hills until it returns to Sunset Boulevard, thence eastward
on Sunset Boulevard to its intersection with Harper Avenue, thence
following a direct line from this point to the southernmost point of
Griffith Park, thence following the Griffith Park boundary eastward,
then northward, then westward to its point of intersection with the
Ventura Freeway; and (2) the area commonly known as the Elysian Park.



22013.  "Region" means the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Region,
comprised of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.



22014.  "Irreversible modification" means any modification that
affects the physical shape, function, or environment of any estuary,
watershed, flood plain, or park and recreation area.


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