The legislative body may abandon a park and sell the land comprising it pursuant to this article when:
(a) A plat or map of a town site has been recorded in the county recorder’s office purporting to dedicate land within the site as a public park.
Terms Used In California Government Code 38403
- legislative body: means board of trustees, city council, or other governing body of a city. See California Government Code 14856
- original dedicator: includes any person, or his successors and assigns, who has dedicated any land in the city for use as a public park. See California Government Code 38400
(b) The town site has thereafter become part of a city.
(c) The legislative body finds that the land is not appropriate, convenient, or necessary for park purposes.
(d) The original dedicator consents.
(e) The legislative body has acquired an option to purchase other lands of at least equal area.
(Added by Stats. 1949, Ch. 79.)