STATE SURPLUS COASTAL PROPERTY. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Allows the Legislature to authorize the sale of surplus state property located in the coastal zone and acquired with revenues from fuel taxes and motor vehicle taxes. Property may only be sold to Department of Parks and Recreation for state park purposes, Department of Fish and Game for preservation of fish and wildlife habitat, Wildlife Conservation Board, or State Coastal Conservancy for preservation of agricultural lands. Price cannot be less than amount paid by State to acquire property. Financial impact: Depends on legislative action. Any property sold below current market value would result in revenue loss to State Transportation Fund but proportionate savings to purchasing agency.
Legislative Vote Results
FINAL VOTE CAST BY LEGISLATURE ON ACA 71 (PROPOSITION 3) -- Assembly-Ayes, 77; Noes, 1 -- Senate-Ayes, 28; Noes, 6
Popular Vote Results
Y: 3230184; A: 55.1; N: 2628527; B: 44.9
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
Code Sections Affected
Added Cal. Const. art. XIX, section 9
Paul Priolo, Member of the Assembly, 38th District; Assembly Minority Leader; Walt Ingalls, Member of the Assembly, 68th District; Chairman, Assembly Transportation Committee; Michael R. Peevey, President; California Council for Economic and Environmental Balance
Mike D. Antonovich, Member of the Assembly, 41st District
Rebuttal Against Author
Paul Priolo, Member of the Assembly, 38th District; Assembly Minority Leader; Walt Ingalls, Member of the Assembly, 68th District; Chairman, Assembly Transportation Committee; Michael R. Peevey, President, California Council for Economic and Environmental Balance
State Surplus Coastal Property California Proposition 3 (1978).