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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32550-32551



32550.  This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the
Baldwin Hills Conservancy Act.



32551.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares all of the
following:
   (a) The Baldwin Hills area within the County of Los Angeles and
the cities of Los Angeles and Culver City constitutes an area with
unique and important cultural, scientific, educational, recreational,
and scenic resources, and includes land with the highest elevation
in the Los Angeles Basin.
   (b) The state recognized the importance of, and the need for,
recreational venues in this area by purchasing and establishing the
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area in 1983, which is under the
jurisdiction of the Department of Parks and Recreation. The County of
Los Angeles operates the state recreation area pursuant to a
contract with the Department of Parks and Recreation.
   (c) In recognition of the evolving community needs in the Baldwin
Hills area, in 1999 the Legislature directed the review and revision
of the master plan for the existing state recreation area as well as
the acquisition of other lands in the Baldwin Hills.
   (d) As one of the last remaining urban open spaces in Los Angeles
County, the Baldwin Hills area should be held in trust to be
preserved and enhanced for the enjoyment of, and appreciation by,
present and future generations.
   (e) The Baldwin Hills Conservancy should be created to develop and
coordinate an integrated program of resources stewardship so that
the Baldwin Hills area is managed for its optimum recreational and
natural resource values based upon the needs and desires of the
surrounding community.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32550-32551

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32550-32551



32550.  This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the
Baldwin Hills Conservancy Act.



32551.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares all of the
following:
   (a) The Baldwin Hills area within the County of Los Angeles and
the cities of Los Angeles and Culver City constitutes an area with
unique and important cultural, scientific, educational, recreational,
and scenic resources, and includes land with the highest elevation
in the Los Angeles Basin.
   (b) The state recognized the importance of, and the need for,
recreational venues in this area by purchasing and establishing the
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area in 1983, which is under the
jurisdiction of the Department of Parks and Recreation. The County of
Los Angeles operates the state recreation area pursuant to a
contract with the Department of Parks and Recreation.
   (c) In recognition of the evolving community needs in the Baldwin
Hills area, in 1999 the Legislature directed the review and revision
of the master plan for the existing state recreation area as well as
the acquisition of other lands in the Baldwin Hills.
   (d) As one of the last remaining urban open spaces in Los Angeles
County, the Baldwin Hills area should be held in trust to be
preserved and enhanced for the enjoyment of, and appreciation by,
present and future generations.
   (e) The Baldwin Hills Conservancy should be created to develop and
coordinate an integrated program of resources stewardship so that
the Baldwin Hills area is managed for its optimum recreational and
natural resource values based upon the needs and desires of the
surrounding community.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32550-32551

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32550-32551



32550.  This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the
Baldwin Hills Conservancy Act.



32551.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares all of the
following:
   (a) The Baldwin Hills area within the County of Los Angeles and
the cities of Los Angeles and Culver City constitutes an area with
unique and important cultural, scientific, educational, recreational,
and scenic resources, and includes land with the highest elevation
in the Los Angeles Basin.
   (b) The state recognized the importance of, and the need for,
recreational venues in this area by purchasing and establishing the
Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area in 1983, which is under the
jurisdiction of the Department of Parks and Recreation. The County of
Los Angeles operates the state recreation area pursuant to a
contract with the Department of Parks and Recreation.
   (c) In recognition of the evolving community needs in the Baldwin
Hills area, in 1999 the Legislature directed the review and revision
of the master plan for the existing state recreation area as well as
the acquisition of other lands in the Baldwin Hills.
   (d) As one of the last remaining urban open spaces in Los Angeles
County, the Baldwin Hills area should be held in trust to be
preserved and enhanced for the enjoyment of, and appreciation by,
present and future generations.
   (e) The Baldwin Hills Conservancy should be created to develop and
coordinate an integrated program of resources stewardship so that
the Baldwin Hills area is managed for its optimum recreational and
natural resource values based upon the needs and desires of the
surrounding community.


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