2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 79A.05.315: Milwaukee Road corridor — Transfer of management control to commission.

    Management control of the portion of the Milwaukee Road corridor, beginning at the western terminus near Easton and concluding at the west end of the bridge structure over the Columbia river, which point is located in section 34, township 16 north, range 23 east, W.M., inclusive of the northerly spur line therefrom, shall be transferred by the department of natural resources to the state parks and recreation commission at no cost to the commission.

    [1989 c 129 § 1; (2000 c 11 § 38; 1996 c 129 § 7 expired July 1, 2006); 1984 c 174 § 2. Formerly RCW 43.51.405.]

Notes:
         Contingent expiration date -- 1996 c 129 §§ 7 and 8: "Sections 7 and 8, chapter 129, Laws of 1996 expire July 1, 2006, if the department of transportation does not enter into a franchise agreement for a rail line over portions of the Milwaukee Road corridor by July 1, 2006." [1999 c 301 § 5; 1996 c 129 § 11.]

         Construction -- 1989 c 129: "Nothing in this act shall be construed to affect any existing or reversionary interests in the real property lying within the Milwaukee Road corridor." [1989 c 129 § 4.]

         Purpose -- 1984 c 174: "The purpose of RCW 43.51.405 through 43.51.411 and 79.08.275 through 79.08.283 is to set forth the state's policy regarding the approximately two hundred thirteen-mile corridor of land purchased by the state from the Milwaukee Railroad Company under section 17(21), chapter 143, Laws of 1981." [1984 c 174 § 1.]

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