CALIFORNIA STATE LANDS COMMISSION MEETING PROCEDURES:
SPEAKER SIGN-UP AND TIME LIMITS
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SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
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STAFF REPORTS AND EXHIBITS
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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
·A and S references are to Assembly and Senate districts
·CEQA - California Environmental Quality Act
ORDER OF BUSINESS
12:30 P.M. – OPEN SESSION
EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S REPORT
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT AND THE CALIFORNIA STATE LANDS COMMISSION, ACTING AS THE SCHOOL LAND BANK FUND TRUSTEE (PARTIES):Consider authorizing a memorandum of intent with the Bureau of Land Management for the proposed Phase I land exchange transaction involving the conveyance of up to approximately 61,000± acres of school lands to the Bureau of Land Management in exchange for approximately 5,600± acres of federal lands pursuant to California Public Resources Code Division 7.7, located in San Bernardino, Inyo and Riverside counties. CEQA consideration: not a project. (W 26922) (A&S: Statewide) (Staff: J. Porter, J. DeLeon)
Public Comment on Item
Motion and Vote
CLOSED SESSION:AT ANY TIME DURING THE MEETING THE COMMISSION MAY MEET IN A SESSION CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126:
THE COMMISSION MAY CONSIDER PENDING AND POSSIBLE LITIGATION PURSUANT TO THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF ATTORNEY-CLIENT COMMUNICATIONS AND PRIVILEGES PROVIDED FOR IN GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126(e).
1.THE COMMISSION MAY CONSIDER MATTERS THAT FALL UNDER GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126(e)(2)(A):
California State Lands Commission v. City and County of San Francisco
Defend Our Waterfront v. California State Lands Commission et al.
Seacliff Beach Colony Homeowners Association v. State of California et al.
SLPR, LLC et al. v. San Diego Unified Port District, State Lands Commission
San Francisco Baykeeper v. State Lands Commission
Keith Goddard v. State of California
Sportsman’s Paradise v. California State Lands Commission
California State Lands Commission v. Lee Stearn
Center for Biological Diversity v. California State Lands Commission
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Nugent
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Ornstein
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Bader
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Levy
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Philbin
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Greene
City of Santa Monica, et al. v. Prager
Sierra Club et al. v. City of Los Angeles et al.
2.THE COMMISSION MAY CONSIDER MATTERS THAT FALL UNDER GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126(e)(2)(B) or (2)(C).
B.CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS.
THE COMMISSION MAY CONSIDER MATTERS THAT FALL UNDER GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126(c)(7) – TO PROVIDE DIRECTIONS TO ITS NEGOTIATORS REGARDING PRICE AND TERMS FOR LEASING OF REAL PROPERTY.
THE COMMISSION MAY CONSIDER MATTERS THAT FALL UNDER GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126(e)(2)(B) or (2)(C). THE COMMISSION MAY ALSO CONSIDER PERSONNEL ACTIONS TO APPOINT, EMPLOY, OR DISMISS A PUBLIC EMPLOYEE AS PROVIDED IN GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 11126(a)(1).