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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5090.41-5090.43



5090.41.  The following lands within the Hollister Hills State
Vehicular Area shall be managed, as follows:
   (a) The division shall designate and set aside 280 acres for
nature study, which shall be closed to the operation of off-highway
motor vehicles. The division shall, in carrying out this subdivision,
protect the natural and cultural values of the designated lands by
taking appropriate measures, which may include the erection of
physical barriers to off-highway vehicle use.
   (b) The division shall identify approximately 395 acres as a
"Buffer Zone" on the Record of Survey filed by the State of
California with the County Recorder of San Benito County, California,
on April 2, 1990, in the Book of Maps, Number 10, Page Number 79,
plus the three southernmost areas, consisting of approximately 196
acres identified on Figure I-2, Page 5, Appendix, Environmental
Impact Report for Acquisition of Additional Land at Hollister Hills
SVRA, State Clearinghouse Number 88051716, which shall be closed to
the operation of off-highway motor vehicles.



5090.43.  (a) State vehicular recreation areas shall be established
on lands where there are quality recreational opportunities for
off-highway motor vehicles and in accordance with the requirements of
Section 5090.35. Areas shall be developed, managed, and operated for
the purpose of making the fullest public use of the outdoor
recreational opportunities present. The natural and cultural elements
of the environment may be managed or modified to enhance the
recreational experience consistent with the requirements of Section
5090.35.
   (b) Lands for state vehicular recreation areas shall be selected
for acquisition so as to minimize the need for establishing sensitive
areas.
   (c) After January 1, 1988, no new cultural or natural preserves or
state wildernesses shall be established within state vehicular
recreation areas. To protect natural and cultural values, sensitive
areas within state vehicular recreation areas may be designated by
the division if the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission
holds a public hearing and makes a recommendation therefor. These
sensitive areas shall be managed by the division in accordance with
Sections 5019.71 and 5019.74, which define the purpose and management
of natural and cultural preserves.
   If off-highway motor vehicle use results in damage to any natural
or cultural values, appropriate measures shall be taken to protect
these lands from any further damage. These measures may include the
erection of physical barriers and shall include the restoration of
natural resources and the repair of damage to cultural resources.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5090.41-5090.43

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5090.41-5090.43



5090.41.  The following lands within the Hollister Hills State
Vehicular Area shall be managed, as follows:
   (a) The division shall designate and set aside 280 acres for
nature study, which shall be closed to the operation of off-highway
motor vehicles. The division shall, in carrying out this subdivision,
protect the natural and cultural values of the designated lands by
taking appropriate measures, which may include the erection of
physical barriers to off-highway vehicle use.
   (b) The division shall identify approximately 395 acres as a
"Buffer Zone" on the Record of Survey filed by the State of
California with the County Recorder of San Benito County, California,
on April 2, 1990, in the Book of Maps, Number 10, Page Number 79,
plus the three southernmost areas, consisting of approximately 196
acres identified on Figure I-2, Page 5, Appendix, Environmental
Impact Report for Acquisition of Additional Land at Hollister Hills
SVRA, State Clearinghouse Number 88051716, which shall be closed to
the operation of off-highway motor vehicles.



5090.43.  (a) State vehicular recreation areas shall be established
on lands where there are quality recreational opportunities for
off-highway motor vehicles and in accordance with the requirements of
Section 5090.35. Areas shall be developed, managed, and operated for
the purpose of making the fullest public use of the outdoor
recreational opportunities present. The natural and cultural elements
of the environment may be managed or modified to enhance the
recreational experience consistent with the requirements of Section
5090.35.
   (b) Lands for state vehicular recreation areas shall be selected
for acquisition so as to minimize the need for establishing sensitive
areas.
   (c) After January 1, 1988, no new cultural or natural preserves or
state wildernesses shall be established within state vehicular
recreation areas. To protect natural and cultural values, sensitive
areas within state vehicular recreation areas may be designated by
the division if the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission
holds a public hearing and makes a recommendation therefor. These
sensitive areas shall be managed by the division in accordance with
Sections 5019.71 and 5019.74, which define the purpose and management
of natural and cultural preserves.
   If off-highway motor vehicle use results in damage to any natural
or cultural values, appropriate measures shall be taken to protect
these lands from any further damage. These measures may include the
erection of physical barriers and shall include the restoration of
natural resources and the repair of damage to cultural resources.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5090.41-5090.43

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5090.41-5090.43



5090.41.  The following lands within the Hollister Hills State
Vehicular Area shall be managed, as follows:
   (a) The division shall designate and set aside 280 acres for
nature study, which shall be closed to the operation of off-highway
motor vehicles. The division shall, in carrying out this subdivision,
protect the natural and cultural values of the designated lands by
taking appropriate measures, which may include the erection of
physical barriers to off-highway vehicle use.
   (b) The division shall identify approximately 395 acres as a
"Buffer Zone" on the Record of Survey filed by the State of
California with the County Recorder of San Benito County, California,
on April 2, 1990, in the Book of Maps, Number 10, Page Number 79,
plus the three southernmost areas, consisting of approximately 196
acres identified on Figure I-2, Page 5, Appendix, Environmental
Impact Report for Acquisition of Additional Land at Hollister Hills
SVRA, State Clearinghouse Number 88051716, which shall be closed to
the operation of off-highway motor vehicles.



5090.43.  (a) State vehicular recreation areas shall be established
on lands where there are quality recreational opportunities for
off-highway motor vehicles and in accordance with the requirements of
Section 5090.35. Areas shall be developed, managed, and operated for
the purpose of making the fullest public use of the outdoor
recreational opportunities present. The natural and cultural elements
of the environment may be managed or modified to enhance the
recreational experience consistent with the requirements of Section
5090.35.
   (b) Lands for state vehicular recreation areas shall be selected
for acquisition so as to minimize the need for establishing sensitive
areas.
   (c) After January 1, 1988, no new cultural or natural preserves or
state wildernesses shall be established within state vehicular
recreation areas. To protect natural and cultural values, sensitive
areas within state vehicular recreation areas may be designated by
the division if the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission
holds a public hearing and makes a recommendation therefor. These
sensitive areas shall be managed by the division in accordance with
Sections 5019.71 and 5019.74, which define the purpose and management
of natural and cultural preserves.
   If off-highway motor vehicle use results in damage to any natural
or cultural values, appropriate measures shall be taken to protect
these lands from any further damage. These measures may include the
erection of physical barriers and shall include the restoration of
natural resources and the repair of damage to cultural resources.


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