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Statutes > California > Prc > 5060-5067

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5060-5067



5060.  The department may enter into contracts with individuals or
with other governmental agencies or departments for the lease, for
park and recreational purposes and for the development and expansion
of park and recreational areas, of lands which in the judgment of the
department are desirable for these purposes, on such terms and
subject to such conditions as the department may determine.



5061.  The term of such a lease shall not exceed twenty years nor be
less than two years.



5062.  Any such lease contract shall contain an option permitting
the State to purchase the lands under lease. The lease contract shall
include provisions:
   (a) That all payments made by the State as rental thereunder shall
be applied on the purchase price of the lands.
   (b) That at the end of each two-year period, if the State so
elects, the lessor will convey to the State, without additional
consideration, a designated area of the lands under lease, as
described therein, which area shall be such proportion of the total
area as the amount of rental paid by the State for such period bears
to the total amount of rental to be paid under the lease.
   (c) That the State may terminate the rental contract at its option
at the end of any two-year period.
   (d) That the total rental to be paid under any such lease contract
shall not be in excess of the appraised value of the lands.




5063.  Before entering into any such lease contract, the lands
proposed to be leased shall be appraised by the Department of General
Services to determine the fair market value of the lands. The total
amount of rental to be paid for the entire term under any lease
contract shall not be in excess of the fair market value of the
lands, as determined by the Department of General Services. The
Director of General Services shall deliver one copy of the appraisal
to the Department of Parks and Recreation.



5064.  The department for a consideration may assign such options to
other governmental agencies or departments. The department may
accept gifts of money or lands from individuals and from other
governmental agencies for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or
exchange, the lands under option.



5065.  Lands leased shall be administered as a part of the
California State park system, subject to existing laws affecting the
operation and administration of State parks.



5066.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State
Department of Parks and Recreation shall extend until December 31,
1979 the existing concession agreement, dated May 6, 1948, as amended
March 21, 1958, between the State of California and the Girl Scout
Council of San Diego County, Incorporated, relating to the "Stonewall
Group Organizational Area" and premises in Cuyamaca Rancho State
Park, San Diego County, California. Thereafter, there shall be no
such agreement in force or effect other than an agreement consummated
pursuant to Article 1.5 (commencing with Section 5019.10) of this
chapter.


5067.  The department may enter into, for a period not less than 20
years and not to exceed 25 years, an agreement with the Desert
Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America for the use of a portion
of Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. Any agreement so entered into shall
be subject to approval by the Director of General Services pursuant
to Section 11005.2 of the Government Code.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5060-5067

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5060-5067



5060.  The department may enter into contracts with individuals or
with other governmental agencies or departments for the lease, for
park and recreational purposes and for the development and expansion
of park and recreational areas, of lands which in the judgment of the
department are desirable for these purposes, on such terms and
subject to such conditions as the department may determine.



5061.  The term of such a lease shall not exceed twenty years nor be
less than two years.



5062.  Any such lease contract shall contain an option permitting
the State to purchase the lands under lease. The lease contract shall
include provisions:
   (a) That all payments made by the State as rental thereunder shall
be applied on the purchase price of the lands.
   (b) That at the end of each two-year period, if the State so
elects, the lessor will convey to the State, without additional
consideration, a designated area of the lands under lease, as
described therein, which area shall be such proportion of the total
area as the amount of rental paid by the State for such period bears
to the total amount of rental to be paid under the lease.
   (c) That the State may terminate the rental contract at its option
at the end of any two-year period.
   (d) That the total rental to be paid under any such lease contract
shall not be in excess of the appraised value of the lands.




5063.  Before entering into any such lease contract, the lands
proposed to be leased shall be appraised by the Department of General
Services to determine the fair market value of the lands. The total
amount of rental to be paid for the entire term under any lease
contract shall not be in excess of the fair market value of the
lands, as determined by the Department of General Services. The
Director of General Services shall deliver one copy of the appraisal
to the Department of Parks and Recreation.



5064.  The department for a consideration may assign such options to
other governmental agencies or departments. The department may
accept gifts of money or lands from individuals and from other
governmental agencies for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or
exchange, the lands under option.



5065.  Lands leased shall be administered as a part of the
California State park system, subject to existing laws affecting the
operation and administration of State parks.



5066.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State
Department of Parks and Recreation shall extend until December 31,
1979 the existing concession agreement, dated May 6, 1948, as amended
March 21, 1958, between the State of California and the Girl Scout
Council of San Diego County, Incorporated, relating to the "Stonewall
Group Organizational Area" and premises in Cuyamaca Rancho State
Park, San Diego County, California. Thereafter, there shall be no
such agreement in force or effect other than an agreement consummated
pursuant to Article 1.5 (commencing with Section 5019.10) of this
chapter.


5067.  The department may enter into, for a period not less than 20
years and not to exceed 25 years, an agreement with the Desert
Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America for the use of a portion
of Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. Any agreement so entered into shall
be subject to approval by the Director of General Services pursuant
to Section 11005.2 of the Government Code.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5060-5067

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5060-5067



5060.  The department may enter into contracts with individuals or
with other governmental agencies or departments for the lease, for
park and recreational purposes and for the development and expansion
of park and recreational areas, of lands which in the judgment of the
department are desirable for these purposes, on such terms and
subject to such conditions as the department may determine.



5061.  The term of such a lease shall not exceed twenty years nor be
less than two years.



5062.  Any such lease contract shall contain an option permitting
the State to purchase the lands under lease. The lease contract shall
include provisions:
   (a) That all payments made by the State as rental thereunder shall
be applied on the purchase price of the lands.
   (b) That at the end of each two-year period, if the State so
elects, the lessor will convey to the State, without additional
consideration, a designated area of the lands under lease, as
described therein, which area shall be such proportion of the total
area as the amount of rental paid by the State for such period bears
to the total amount of rental to be paid under the lease.
   (c) That the State may terminate the rental contract at its option
at the end of any two-year period.
   (d) That the total rental to be paid under any such lease contract
shall not be in excess of the appraised value of the lands.




5063.  Before entering into any such lease contract, the lands
proposed to be leased shall be appraised by the Department of General
Services to determine the fair market value of the lands. The total
amount of rental to be paid for the entire term under any lease
contract shall not be in excess of the fair market value of the
lands, as determined by the Department of General Services. The
Director of General Services shall deliver one copy of the appraisal
to the Department of Parks and Recreation.



5064.  The department for a consideration may assign such options to
other governmental agencies or departments. The department may
accept gifts of money or lands from individuals and from other
governmental agencies for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or
exchange, the lands under option.



5065.  Lands leased shall be administered as a part of the
California State park system, subject to existing laws affecting the
operation and administration of State parks.



5066.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State
Department of Parks and Recreation shall extend until December 31,
1979 the existing concession agreement, dated May 6, 1948, as amended
March 21, 1958, between the State of California and the Girl Scout
Council of San Diego County, Incorporated, relating to the "Stonewall
Group Organizational Area" and premises in Cuyamaca Rancho State
Park, San Diego County, California. Thereafter, there shall be no
such agreement in force or effect other than an agreement consummated
pursuant to Article 1.5 (commencing with Section 5019.10) of this
chapter.


5067.  The department may enter into, for a period not less than 20
years and not to exceed 25 years, an agreement with the Desert
Pacific Council of the Boy Scouts of America for the use of a portion
of Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. Any agreement so entered into shall
be subject to approval by the Director of General Services pursuant
to Section 11005.2 of the Government Code.


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