CALIFORNIA PARK, RECREATION, AND WILDLIFE ENHANCEMENT ACT OF 1990. This act provides for a bond issue of four hundred thirty-seven million dollars ($437,000,000) to provide funds for a program of acquiring, developing, rehabilitating, or restoring real property for state and local park, beach, recreation, greenbelt, wildland fire protection, coastal, historic, or museum purposes.
Legislative Vote Results
Final Votes Cast by the Legislature on AB 145 (Proposition 149) Assembly -- Ayes, 54; Noes, 11 -- Senate -- Ayes, 27; Noes, 5
Popular Vote Results
Y: 3330877; A: 47.08; N: 3743765; B: 52.92
Bond Act (leg)
Honorable Jim Costa, Former Chairman, Assembly Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife, 1983-1990; Robert P. Thomas, President, California Park and Recreation Society; Honorable Iola M. Williams, President, League of California Cities
Senator Quentin L. Kopp, State Senator, Independent -- 8th District; Jay Curtis, President, Los Angeles Taxpayers Association; Don Christen, Executive Vice President, Contra Costa Taxpayers Association
Rebuttal Against Author
Honorable Lucy Killea, Chair, Senate Committee on Bonded Indebtedness and Methods of Financing; Pete Dangermond, Former Director, California Department of Parks and Recreation; Honorable Dominic L. Cortese, Chairman, Assembly Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife
CALIFORNIA PARK, RECREATION, AND WILDLIFE ENHANCEMENT ACT OF 1990 California Proposition 149 (1990).