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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8650-8655



8650.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the Arroyo
Seco Parklands Preservation Law of 1975.



8651.  "Arroyo Seco" means that streambed, ranging from 200 to 2,000
feet in width, from the Los Angeles River in the City of Los Angeles
to Devil's Gate Dam in the City of Pasadena.



8652.  "Parklands" means the acreage designated as parklands by the
Cities of Los Angeles, South Pasadena, and Pasadena prior to January
1, 1975, and includes wilderness areas, historic sites, established
bridle trails, municipal golf courses, hiking trails, lawn bowling
greens, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, picnic areas, baseball
diamonds, lighted areas for basketball, soccer, and football, a band
shell, community buildings, an outdoor gym, casting pool, and an
archery range.



8653.  "Construction already underway" means all projects of the
California Highway Commission for which agreements exist as of May 1,
1974.


8654.  "Three acres for the Pasadena Freeway (State Highway Route
11) ramps" means the three acres to be taken for the proposed ramp
improvement project on that freeway, as defined by a draft
environmental impact report released in May 1974 by the Department of
Transportation.



8655.  With the exception of the construction already underway and
the three acres for the Pasadena Freeway ramps, no portion of the
parklands in, and adjacent to, the Arroyo Seco shall be taken or
encroached upon for any state highway purpose.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8650-8655

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8650-8655



8650.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the Arroyo
Seco Parklands Preservation Law of 1975.



8651.  "Arroyo Seco" means that streambed, ranging from 200 to 2,000
feet in width, from the Los Angeles River in the City of Los Angeles
to Devil's Gate Dam in the City of Pasadena.



8652.  "Parklands" means the acreage designated as parklands by the
Cities of Los Angeles, South Pasadena, and Pasadena prior to January
1, 1975, and includes wilderness areas, historic sites, established
bridle trails, municipal golf courses, hiking trails, lawn bowling
greens, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, picnic areas, baseball
diamonds, lighted areas for basketball, soccer, and football, a band
shell, community buildings, an outdoor gym, casting pool, and an
archery range.



8653.  "Construction already underway" means all projects of the
California Highway Commission for which agreements exist as of May 1,
1974.


8654.  "Three acres for the Pasadena Freeway (State Highway Route
11) ramps" means the three acres to be taken for the proposed ramp
improvement project on that freeway, as defined by a draft
environmental impact report released in May 1974 by the Department of
Transportation.



8655.  With the exception of the construction already underway and
the three acres for the Pasadena Freeway ramps, no portion of the
parklands in, and adjacent to, the Arroyo Seco shall be taken or
encroached upon for any state highway purpose.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8650-8655

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8650-8655



8650.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the Arroyo
Seco Parklands Preservation Law of 1975.



8651.  "Arroyo Seco" means that streambed, ranging from 200 to 2,000
feet in width, from the Los Angeles River in the City of Los Angeles
to Devil's Gate Dam in the City of Pasadena.



8652.  "Parklands" means the acreage designated as parklands by the
Cities of Los Angeles, South Pasadena, and Pasadena prior to January
1, 1975, and includes wilderness areas, historic sites, established
bridle trails, municipal golf courses, hiking trails, lawn bowling
greens, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, picnic areas, baseball
diamonds, lighted areas for basketball, soccer, and football, a band
shell, community buildings, an outdoor gym, casting pool, and an
archery range.



8653.  "Construction already underway" means all projects of the
California Highway Commission for which agreements exist as of May 1,
1974.


8654.  "Three acres for the Pasadena Freeway (State Highway Route
11) ramps" means the three acres to be taken for the proposed ramp
improvement project on that freeway, as defined by a draft
environmental impact report released in May 1974 by the Department of
Transportation.



8655.  With the exception of the construction already underway and
the three acres for the Pasadena Freeway ramps, no portion of the
parklands in, and adjacent to, the Arroyo Seco shall be taken or
encroached upon for any state highway purpose.


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