Bear Yuba Land Trust parcel donation topic of Stewardship Council discussion
January 18, 2013
The Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council, a land conservation and youth investment foundation, announced that its next board of directors meeting will take place in Sacramento Jan. 16.
The board may take action to recommend that the Bear Yuba Land Trust hold a conservation easement over parcels in the Lake Spaulding planning unit.
The specific recommendation made by the Watershed Planning Committee that will be considered by the board Jan. 16 is as follows: "Bear Yuba Land Trust to hold the conservation easement over parcels 795, 796 and 797 in the Lake Spaulding planning unit; these parcels have been recommended for donation to the University of California."
If the above recommendation is approved by the board, transaction negotiations between PG&E, the prospective conservation easement holder, and the prospective fee donee would commence. The proposed transaction agreements would become part of a Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan (LCCP) to be considered for adoption by the board at a later date after an opportunity for public comment.
Transactions will be finalized upon LCCP review and transaction approval by the California Public Utilities Commission.
The meeting is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Jan. 16 at the Sacramento Public Library, Tsakopoulus Library Galleria, West Meeting Room, 828 I St., Sacramento.
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