The commission may sell or exchange such parts of public lands under the jurisdiction of the commission as in its judgment may be undesirable for conservation purposes, excepting state-owned meandered lands already surveyed and platted at state expense as a conservation plan and project tentatively adopted and now in the process of rehabilitation and development authorized by a special legislative Act. The sale or exchange shall be made upon the terms, conditions or considerations as the commission may approve, whereupon the secretary of state shall issue a patent therefor in the manner provided by law in other cases. The proceeds of any such sale or exchange shall become a part of the funds to be expended under the provisions of this chapter.
Upon request by resolution of any city or county or any legal agency thereof, the executive council may, upon majority recommendation of the commission, convey without consideration to such city or county or legal agency thereof, such public lands under the jurisdiction of the commission as in its judgment may be desirable for city or county parks. Conveyance shall be in the name of the state, with the great seal of the state attached and shall contain a provision that when such lands cease to be used as public park by said city or county such lands revert to the state, and such park shall, within one year after such land has reverted to the state, be restored, as nearly as possible, to the condition it was in when acquired by such city, county or legal agency thereof at the expense of such city, county or legal agency.
The state may require that the city, county or legal agency thereof file a notice of intention every three years.
[C24, 27, 31, 35, 39, § 1824; C46, 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81, § 111.32]
86 Acts, ch 1244, § 25; 86 Acts, ch 1245, § 1877
C93, § 461A.32
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