The requested action will authorize acquisition consistent with staff analysis. Scope Description This project is within scope. The Legislature approved funding from Proposition 12: Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund for new acquisitions for the State Park System without specifying particular parcels. This request will authorize the acquisition of approximately 12 acres located adjacent to the existing Tomales Bay State Park. The property is surrounded on three sides by the existing state park and the acquisition will protect the scenic view shed. In addition, the existing trail network over the adjacent portion of the state park may someday be extended to this parcel.
Funding and Cost Verification
This project is within cost. The funding source for the purchase are Chapter 52/00,
Item 3790-301-0005(9) as re-appropriated by Chapter 157/03, Item 3790-490-0005(1)(9) and Chapter 106/01, Item 3790-301-0005(27) as re-appropriated by Chapter 208/04,
Item 3790-491-0005(2)(27). The property can be acquired with the remaining funds and in accordance with Legislative intent.
Department of General Services (DGS), Environmental Services Section (ESS) staff conducted a site visit to the Tomales Bay State Park on April 13, 2005. The acquisition consists of an approximately 11.8-parcel (APN 106-220-26) of vacant land located at 16148 State Route One, Point Reyes Station, in an unincorporated area of Marin County, California. The only improvements on the property are two wells and a wooden tent platform.
A Phase I Environmental Assessment Report is not available for this property and is not deemed necessary given the physical setting of the parcel. No potential problems with hazardous materials were observed during the ESS site visit and the property is compatible with the proposed future use, i.e., open space.
The State Public Works Board approved this project for site selection on June 10, 2005.
The purchase price does not exceed estimated fair market value as determined by a DGS approved appraisal.
DPR is not aware of any lawsuits pending concerning the property. The Property Acquisition Agreement will require delivery of title to the property free and clear of any mortgages or liens.
The property is unoccupied.
There is no relocation assistance involved with this project.
There is no implied dedication applicable to this property.
Given the relative size and proposed use of this property as scenic view shed, DPR has certified that no additional state resources will be needed to manage this property in the foreseeable future.
Any changes to public access, development, or resource needs will be addressed through the normal budget process.
Staff Recommendation:Authorize acquisition.
CONSENT ITEM – 10 DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES (1760)
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES (4260) ANIMAL LABORATORY, 6250 LAMBIE RD., SOLANO COUNTY
Surplus Parcel Number SSL 615
Authority: Chapter 770/00
a. Authorize the sale of state surplus property PULLED.