§ 250.015.

ACQUISITION

“Acquisition,” or any of its variants, means and includes one or more of the following:

a.

Any works, improvements, appliances, equipment or facilities authorized to be made, constructed or acquired under this Procedure Code, whether or not in existence and installed in place on or before the date of adoption of the resolution of intention for the acquisition thereof, any use or capacity rights in any of the foregoing and any works, improvements, appliances, equipment or facilities acquired or installed pursuant to Sections 10109 to 10011, inclusive, of the Streets and Highways Code:

b.

Electric current, gas or other illuminating agent for power or lighting service;

c.

Any rights of service or use in public facilities or utilities necessary or convenient in connection with the construction or operation of any work or improvement authorized to be acquired or to be made or constructed under this Procedure Code;

d.

Any real property, rights-of-way, easements or interests in real property, acquired or to be acquired by gift, purchase or eminent domain, and which are necessary or convenient in connection with the construction or operation of any work or improvement authorized to be acquired or to be made or constructed under this Procedure Code;

e.

The payment in full of all amounts necessary to eliminate any fixed special assessment liens previously imposed upon any assessment parcel included in the new assessment district. The cost of such payment shall be included in the new assessment on such parcel. This subdivision shall be applicable only in cases where such acquisition is incidental to other acquisitions or improvements.

The word “acquisition,” when used referring to that which is done, which is to be done, or which may be done under proceedings had under this Procedure Code, shall be understood to be generic and as being employed for the purpose of brevity and to avoid repetition and shall refer to and include any or all of the things comprehended in the meaning of the word acquire herein. Acquisition may be by gift, purchase, lease or eminent domain, and may be before, while or after it comes into being, in relation to the resolution of intention.

History

(Added by Ord. 225-81, App. 5/5/81)

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