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§ 2002. Categories of Leases, Permits, or Agreements.

2 CA ADC § 2002Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

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Title 2. Administration
Division 3. State Property Operations
Chapter 1. State Lands Commission (Refs & Annos)
Article 2. Leasing or Other Use of Public Lands
2 CCR § 2002
§ 2002. Categories of Leases, Permits, or Agreements.
(a) General Lease: Uses may include the following:
(1) Commercial: Income producing uses such as marinas, restaurants, hotels, clubhouses, piers, recreational facilities, docks, moorings, buoys, helicopter pads, decks or gas service facilities.
(2) Industrial: Uses such as oil terminals, piers, wharves, warehouses, stowage sites, moorings, dolphins and islands.
(3) Right of Way: Uses such as roadways, power lines, pipelines or outfall lines.
(4) Grazing: Uses such as the feeding of livestock on forage.
(5) Agricultural: Uses such as farming, silviculture and horticulture.
(6) Recreational: Uses such as a fixed facility for the docking or mooring of boats, buoys, swimming floats, platforms, and swim areas. Other uses may include campsites, cabins, dwellings, arks, houseboats, decks or boathouses provided that when such uses are located on sovereign lands those uses are not found to be inconsistent with public trust needs.
(7) Public Agency: Uses such as public roads, bridges, recreation areas or wildlife refuges having a regional or statewide public benefit.
(8) Protective Structure: Uses such as groins, jetties, sea walls, revetments, breakwaters and bulkheads.
(9) Dredging: Uses such as the removal of sediment to improve navigation and ensure public health and safety, and excavation.
(10) Other uses that are not specifically identified above, such as environmental preservation, mitigation, or restoration, or protection against invasive species.
(b) Permits or Other Agreements: Uses may include the following:
(1) Salvage Permit: Use includes all salvage operations on sovereign lands under the Commission's jurisdiction. Salvage operation means any activity, including search by electronic means, or exploration or excavation using tools or mechanical devices, with the objective of locating, and recovering, removing, or repositioning vessels, aircraft, or portions thereof, or any other cultural object from the surface or subsurface of sovereign lands.
(2) Archaeological Permit: Activities such as surveying and identification of cultural resource sites, testing and evaluation of sites to determine eligibility for inclusion in the California Register of Historical Resources or the National Register of Historic Places, and data recovery for sites at risk of loss or damage by natural forces, vandalism, or unauthorized collection. Data recovery required as mitigation under the California Environmental Quality Act for a project approved by the Commission shall not require a separate archaeological permit.
(3) Forest Management Agreement: Uses such as reforestation, improvement of timber growth and soil productivity, vegetation control, reduction of fire and erosion hazards, insect or disease control or any other use that enhances the value of lands subject to the agreement.


Note: Authority cited: Sections 6105, 6108, 6201, 6210.3, 6221, 6309, 6321, 6322, 6501, 6501.1, and 6501.2, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 6201, 6309, 6321, 6501.1, and 6503.5, Public Resources Code.
1. Amendment of section heading and section filed 3-10-2014; operative 7-1-2014 (Register 2014, No. 11).
This database is current through 4/5/24 Register 2024, No. 14.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 2, § 2002, 2 CA ADC § 2002
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