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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 2790-2793



2790.  After receipt of mineral information from the State Geologist
pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 2761, the board may by
regulation adopted after a public hearing designate specific
geographic areas of the state as areas of statewide or regional
significance and specify the boundaries thereof. Such designation
shall be included as a part of the state policy and shall indicate
the reason for which the particular area designated is of
significance to the state or region, the adverse effects that might
result from premature development of incompatible land uses, the
advantages that might be achieved from extraction of the minerals of
the area, and the specific goals and policies to protect against the
premature incompatible development of the area.



2791.  The board shall seek the recommendations of concerned
federal, state, and local agencies, educational institutions, civic
and public interest organizations, and private organizations and
individuals in the identification of areas of statewide and regional
significance.



2792.  Neither the designation of an area of regional or statewide
significance nor the adoption of any regulations for such an area
shall in any way limit or modify the rights of any person to complete
any development that has been authorized pursuant to Part 2
(commencing with Section 11000) of Division 4 of the Business and
Professions Code, pursuant to the Subdivision Map Act (Division 2
(commencing with Section 66410) of Title 7 of the Government Code),
or by a building permit or other authorization to commence
development, upon which such person relies and has changed his
position to his substantial detriment, and, which permit or
authorization was issued prior to the designation of such area
pursuant to Section 2790. If a developer has by his actions taken in
reliance upon prior regulations obtained vested or other legal rights
that in law would have prevented a local public agency from changing
such regulations in a way adverse to his interests, nothing in this
chapter authorizes any governmental agency to abridge those rights.




2793.  The board may, by regulation adopted after a public hearing,
terminate, partially or wholly, the designation of any area of
statewide or regional significance on a finding that the direct
involvement of the board is no longer required.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 2790-2793

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 2790-2793



2790.  After receipt of mineral information from the State Geologist
pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 2761, the board may by
regulation adopted after a public hearing designate specific
geographic areas of the state as areas of statewide or regional
significance and specify the boundaries thereof. Such designation
shall be included as a part of the state policy and shall indicate
the reason for which the particular area designated is of
significance to the state or region, the adverse effects that might
result from premature development of incompatible land uses, the
advantages that might be achieved from extraction of the minerals of
the area, and the specific goals and policies to protect against the
premature incompatible development of the area.



2791.  The board shall seek the recommendations of concerned
federal, state, and local agencies, educational institutions, civic
and public interest organizations, and private organizations and
individuals in the identification of areas of statewide and regional
significance.



2792.  Neither the designation of an area of regional or statewide
significance nor the adoption of any regulations for such an area
shall in any way limit or modify the rights of any person to complete
any development that has been authorized pursuant to Part 2
(commencing with Section 11000) of Division 4 of the Business and
Professions Code, pursuant to the Subdivision Map Act (Division 2
(commencing with Section 66410) of Title 7 of the Government Code),
or by a building permit or other authorization to commence
development, upon which such person relies and has changed his
position to his substantial detriment, and, which permit or
authorization was issued prior to the designation of such area
pursuant to Section 2790. If a developer has by his actions taken in
reliance upon prior regulations obtained vested or other legal rights
that in law would have prevented a local public agency from changing
such regulations in a way adverse to his interests, nothing in this
chapter authorizes any governmental agency to abridge those rights.




2793.  The board may, by regulation adopted after a public hearing,
terminate, partially or wholly, the designation of any area of
statewide or regional significance on a finding that the direct
involvement of the board is no longer required.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 2790-2793

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 2790-2793



2790.  After receipt of mineral information from the State Geologist
pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 2761, the board may by
regulation adopted after a public hearing designate specific
geographic areas of the state as areas of statewide or regional
significance and specify the boundaries thereof. Such designation
shall be included as a part of the state policy and shall indicate
the reason for which the particular area designated is of
significance to the state or region, the adverse effects that might
result from premature development of incompatible land uses, the
advantages that might be achieved from extraction of the minerals of
the area, and the specific goals and policies to protect against the
premature incompatible development of the area.



2791.  The board shall seek the recommendations of concerned
federal, state, and local agencies, educational institutions, civic
and public interest organizations, and private organizations and
individuals in the identification of areas of statewide and regional
significance.



2792.  Neither the designation of an area of regional or statewide
significance nor the adoption of any regulations for such an area
shall in any way limit or modify the rights of any person to complete
any development that has been authorized pursuant to Part 2
(commencing with Section 11000) of Division 4 of the Business and
Professions Code, pursuant to the Subdivision Map Act (Division 2
(commencing with Section 66410) of Title 7 of the Government Code),
or by a building permit or other authorization to commence
development, upon which such person relies and has changed his
position to his substantial detriment, and, which permit or
authorization was issued prior to the designation of such area
pursuant to Section 2790. If a developer has by his actions taken in
reliance upon prior regulations obtained vested or other legal rights
that in law would have prevented a local public agency from changing
such regulations in a way adverse to his interests, nothing in this
chapter authorizes any governmental agency to abridge those rights.




2793.  The board may, by regulation adopted after a public hearing,
terminate, partially or wholly, the designation of any area of
statewide or regional significance on a finding that the direct
involvement of the board is no longer required.


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