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Nov 142007
 
BILL NUMBER:  AB 1438
VETOED DATE: 10/14/2007




To the Members of the California State Assembly:

I am returning Assembly Bill 1438 without my signature.

This bill would allow the State to sell or lease certain real
property. However, it does not contain an exemption from the
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

The Department of General Services is required by law to submit a
bill to the Legislature to dispose of any surplus land by sale,
lease, or exchange. This process has worked well for over a decade.
Over the years, the State has been authorized to sell or exchange
dozens of properties, generating millions of dollars for the State of
California, and these transactions contained legislatively
authorized exemptions from CEQA.

However, beginning in 2005, the Legislature has selectively chosen to
add millions of dollars in potential costs to this process by
applying CEQA requirements prior to the sale of the State property.
Under the provisions of voter approved Proposition 60A, revenues
generated from the sale of surplus property are to be used to reduce
the debt from the Economic Recovery Bonds approved in March 2004.
Instead of generating revenue for the State to pay down debt, the
Legislature has effectively placed properties like these at risk of
incurring additional cost of administration and potential litigation
? costs that are eventually passed on to the taxpayer. As I have
stated repeatedly over the past two years, there is no reason to
apply CEQA to properties that are being sold. CEQA is properly
applied when the use and zoning of real property is changed not when
it is simply sold.

I would be willing to consider this bill in the future, should it
contain the CEQA exemption. Until that time, I am unable to sign
this measure.

Sincerely,



Arnold Schwarzenegger

Sep 222006
 
 Hole Round1
Round2
Super 18
1 Long Right
Short  1 Tee to 2 Pin Right -Par 4
2 Long Left
ShortRight  3 Tee to 5 Pin Short -Mando Right
of 2nd Oak/Drop Zone Tee#6 -Par3
3 Standard Standard  4 Tee to 6 Pin Short -Par4
4 Long Short  7 Tee to 8 Pin -Par4
5 Long Short  8a Tee to 10 Pin Short -Par3
6 Long Short  New Long -Par3
7 Long Short  11  Long Left -Par3
8 Standard Standard  12  Tee to 13 Pin
[I5] -Par5
8A Right
Left  
9 Standard Standard  14 Long Left -Par3
10 Long Short  15 Tee-12 Pin Long Right [Chimes] -Par3
11 LongStraight
Mound
 16 Tee to 12 Pin Left -Mando Stay Right of Left Field Goal Tree -Par4
12 L [Chimes] ShortLeft  18 Tee to 19 Pin Short -Par4
13 Standard Standard  20 Tee to 21 Pin -Par4
14 LongRight Short  22  Road Tee by Gate to 24
Pin Short -Par4
15 LongLeft Short  25  Long -Par3
16 Left Right  26  Long -Par3
17 X X  26A Long -Par3
18 LongRight ShortRight  27  Standard -Par3
19 LongLeft Short             
20 Right Right    
21 Standard
Standard    
22 Standard Standard    
23 Left Left    
24 Long Short    
25 Long Long    
26 Long Long    
27 Standard Standard    

Hole Placements Subject To Change 

OB

On or across the road that bisects the course for all holes which come into play.

The 2 meter rule is in affect.