Initiative Constitutional Amendment. Adds Section Four to Article Fifteen of Constitution. Grants to City of Huntington Beach tide and submerged lands situated within present boundaries of said city. Empowers city to use such lands for promotion and accommodation of recreation, commerce, navigation, harbor, fishery, production of minerals, oil, gas and other hydrocarbons. Empowers City to lease said lands for such purposes. Provides fifty per cent of income from such leases be paid Into State treasury to credit of general fund. Confirms previous leases and agreements to lease. Reserves to people right to fish.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 709438; A: 39.7; N: 1079451; B: 60.3
E. G. Conrad, Mayor of the City of Huntington Beach; Ray H. Overacker, City Attorney of the City of Huntington Beach
C. G. Ward, Chairman Civic Betterment Committee, Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce; Willis H. Warner, Secretary and Treasurer, Beach Protective Association, Huntington Beach, California
TIDELAND GRANT TO CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH California Proposition 11 (1932).