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2006 Florida Statutes
Surplus of state-owned lands to counties or local governments.
253.0341 Surplus of state-owned lands to counties or local governments.--Counties and local governments may submit surplusing requests for state-owned lands directly to the board of trustees. County or local government requests for the state to surplus conservation or nonconservation lands, whether for purchase or exchange, shall be expedited throughout the surplusing process. Property jointly acquired by the state and other entities shall not be surplused without the consent of all joint owners.
(1) The decision to surplus state-owned nonconservation lands may be made by the board without a review of, or a recommendation on, the request from the Acquisition and Restoration Council or the Division of State Lands. Such requests for nonconservation lands shall be considered by the board within 60 days of the board's receipt of the request.
(2) County or local government requests for the surplusing of state-owned conservation lands are subject to review of, and recommendation on, the request to the board by the Acquisition and Restoration Council. Requests to surplus conservation lands shall be considered by the board within 120 days of the board's receipt of the request.
(3) A local government may request that state lands be specifically declared surplus lands for the purpose of providing affordable housing. The request shall comply with the requirements of subsection (1) if the lands are nonconservation lands or subsection (2) if the lands are conservation lands. Surplus lands that are conveyed to a local government for affordable housing shall be disposed of by the local government under the provisions of s. 125.379 or s. 166.0451
History.--s. 3, ch. 2003-394; s. 10, ch. 2006-69.