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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32600-32602



32600.  This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the San
Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy Act.



32601.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the San
Gabriel River and its tributaries, the Lower Los Angeles River and
its tributaries, and the San Gabriel Mountains, Puente Hills, and San
Jose Hills constitute a unique and important open-space,
environmental, anthropological, cultural, scientific, educational,
recreational, scenic, and wildlife resource that should be held in
trust to be preserved and enhanced for the enjoyment of, and
appreciation by, present and future generations.



32602.  There is in the Resources Agency, the San Gabriel and Lower
Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, which is created as a
state agency for the following purposes:
   (a) To acquire and manage public lands within the Lower Los
Angeles River and San Gabriel River watersheds, and to provide
open-space, low-impact recreational and educational uses, water
conservation, watershed improvement, wildlife and habitat restoration
and protection, and watershed improvement within the territory.
   (b) To preserve the San Gabriel River and the Lower Los Angeles
River consistent with existing and adopted river and flood control
projects for the protection of life and property.
   (c) To acquire open-space lands within the territory of the
conservancy.
   (d) To provide for the public's enjoyment and enhancement of
recreational and educational experiences on public lands in the San
Gabriel Watershed and Lower Los Angeles River, and the San Gabriel
Mountains in a manner consistent with the protection of lands and
resources in those watersheds.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32600-32602

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32600-32602



32600.  This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the San
Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy Act.



32601.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the San
Gabriel River and its tributaries, the Lower Los Angeles River and
its tributaries, and the San Gabriel Mountains, Puente Hills, and San
Jose Hills constitute a unique and important open-space,
environmental, anthropological, cultural, scientific, educational,
recreational, scenic, and wildlife resource that should be held in
trust to be preserved and enhanced for the enjoyment of, and
appreciation by, present and future generations.



32602.  There is in the Resources Agency, the San Gabriel and Lower
Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, which is created as a
state agency for the following purposes:
   (a) To acquire and manage public lands within the Lower Los
Angeles River and San Gabriel River watersheds, and to provide
open-space, low-impact recreational and educational uses, water
conservation, watershed improvement, wildlife and habitat restoration
and protection, and watershed improvement within the territory.
   (b) To preserve the San Gabriel River and the Lower Los Angeles
River consistent with existing and adopted river and flood control
projects for the protection of life and property.
   (c) To acquire open-space lands within the territory of the
conservancy.
   (d) To provide for the public's enjoyment and enhancement of
recreational and educational experiences on public lands in the San
Gabriel Watershed and Lower Los Angeles River, and the San Gabriel
Mountains in a manner consistent with the protection of lands and
resources in those watersheds.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32600-32602

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32600-32602



32600.  This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the San
Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy Act.



32601.  The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the San
Gabriel River and its tributaries, the Lower Los Angeles River and
its tributaries, and the San Gabriel Mountains, Puente Hills, and San
Jose Hills constitute a unique and important open-space,
environmental, anthropological, cultural, scientific, educational,
recreational, scenic, and wildlife resource that should be held in
trust to be preserved and enhanced for the enjoyment of, and
appreciation by, present and future generations.



32602.  There is in the Resources Agency, the San Gabriel and Lower
Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, which is created as a
state agency for the following purposes:
   (a) To acquire and manage public lands within the Lower Los
Angeles River and San Gabriel River watersheds, and to provide
open-space, low-impact recreational and educational uses, water
conservation, watershed improvement, wildlife and habitat restoration
and protection, and watershed improvement within the territory.
   (b) To preserve the San Gabriel River and the Lower Los Angeles
River consistent with existing and adopted river and flood control
projects for the protection of life and property.
   (c) To acquire open-space lands within the territory of the
conservancy.
   (d) To provide for the public's enjoyment and enhancement of
recreational and educational experiences on public lands in the San
Gabriel Watershed and Lower Los Angeles River, and the San Gabriel
Mountains in a manner consistent with the protection of lands and
resources in those watersheds.


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