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Subchapter K. IMPLEMENTATION OF KEYSTONE RECREATION, PARK AND CONSERVATION FUND ACT


Sec.


135.201.    Definitions.
135.202.    Project identification.
135.203.    Project approval.

Authority

   The provisions of this Subchapter K issued under sections 8 and 12 of the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Act (32 P. S. § §  2018 and 2022), unless otherwise noted.

Source

   The provisions of this Subchapter K adopted November 4, 1994, effective November 5, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 5561, unless otherwise noted.

§ 135.201. Definitions.

 (a)  The definitions of ‘‘acquisition,’’ ‘‘development,’’ ‘‘planning,’’ ‘‘rehabilitation,’’ ‘‘natural areas,’’ ‘‘recreational areas’’ and ‘‘technical assistance’’ set forth in section 3 of the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Act (act) (32 P. S. §  2011) shall be used for this program.

 (b)  The definition of ‘‘game lands,’’ as used in this subchapter means lands, waters, buildings, structures and facilities, under ownership, lease or control of the Commission, acquired, developed, constructed, erected, maintained or rehabilitated for hunting, trapping and the protection and management of wildlife habitat, including lands or easements, parking areas, storage facilities, offices, maintenance buildings, roads or related facilities.

 (c)  ‘‘Recreation areas’’ has the same meaning as ‘‘recreational areas’’ set forth in section 3 of act.

§ 135.202. Project identification.

 (a)  The staff will identify and recommend proposed projects to be funded using bond revenues to the Executive Office.

 (b)  The Executive Office will provide members of the Commission information about projects proposed for funding with bond issue revenues.

§ 135.203. Project approval.

 The Commission will approve or disapprove projects to be funded with bond revenues by a majority vote of the members of the Commission who are present and voting at a public meeting.



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