2005 California Streets and Highways Code Sections 32950-32957 CHAPTER 4. PROPERTYSTREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE
32950. An authority shall not acquire any existing parking facility by the exercise of the power of eminent domain except after public hearing. Notice of the date, time, place, and purpose of the hearing shall be published once not less than 10 nor more than 20 days prior to the hearing in a newspaper of general circulation printed and published in the city, or, if there be no such newspaper printed and published therein, by posting copies of the notice in at least three public places in the city not less than 10 nor more than 20 days prior to the date of the hearing. 32950.5. Whenever it becomes necessary to remove, relocate, or alter any property devoted to a public use as a result of condemnation proceedings brought by the authority, the cost of such removal, relocation, or alteration shall be paid by the authority. 32951. Except when approved by the legislative body, by ordinance or resolution, property being used as a facility for the parking or storing of motor vehicles shall not be acquired by an authority, unless the project to be furnished or constructed which necessitates the acquisition of the existing facility when completed will provide a parking capacity at least three times the parking capacity provided by the existing facility. If this section is held invalid, no existing parking facility may be acquired by an authority. 32951.5. Section 32951 shall not apply where the project to be furnished or constructed is to be leased by the authority to the city. 32952. The authority may lease any project acquired by it pursuant to this part to the highest responsible bidder after a notice inviting bids has been published in the city pursuant to Section 6066 of the Government Code. If there is no newspaper of general circulation printed or published in the city, copies of the notice shall be posted in at least three public places in the city. Publication shall be commenced or notice posted not less than 15 days prior to the date set in the notice for the opening of bids. 32953. The notice inviting bids shall distinctly and specifically describe the project and the facilities which are to be leased, the period of time for which the project is to be leased, and the minimum rental to be paid under the lease. The notice shall recite that there is reserved to the authority the power to fix and determine the rates to be charged by the bidder for the parking or storing of motor vehicles. 32954. If no bid which the authority finds to be reasonable and valid is received upon the original advertising, the authority need not readvertise and may operate the project itself. 32955. The authority may reject any and all bids presented and readvertise; if no valid bid is received after readvertisement, the authority may operate the project itself. 32956. If the authority operates the project it may readvertise for bids as provided in this chapter once every year. 32957. Sections 32952 to 32956, inclusive, shall not apply to the lease of a project by the authority to the city.
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