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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 42
STATE PARKS
67-4240.  Legislative intent. The legislature finds that in order to obtain the maximum long-term benefits to the people of Idaho, it is necessary for lands of outstanding park and recreation potential to be acquired and incorporated into the state park system in the most economical manner possible.
The legislature further recognizes that the land assets of the department must be reviewed from time to time to determine whether such assets are most suitable for achieving the department’s objectives. If such assets are unsatisfactory for the purpose of providing outstanding park and recreation opportunities or because of geographic location or other factors are inefficient to manage, then such assets should be replaced by other, more suitable assets so that the full potential of the state park system shall be realized.
The purpose of this chapter is to provide a means to facilitate the disposition, by the parks and recreation board, of unsuitable park and recreation lands, and the acquisition of lands to improve the overall park and recreation opportunities offered by the state park system.

History:
[67-4240, added 1989, ch. 386, sec. 1, p. 962.]


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