California Food and Agricultural Code - Division 3: Expositions and Fairs - Part 2: California Exposition and State Fair (secs. 3301 - 3361) | Land Portal

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January 1967
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This Part of the California Food and Agricultural Code concerns the California Exposition and State Fair. Specifically, it creates the California Exposition and State Fair as a new entity in state government with the intent to vitalize it. The Fair’s board of directors is then tasked to develop a policy which provides for an innovative program including the concept of an agriculturally themed exposition which would communicate the issues surrounding the production and marketing of food, fiber, and plant material to the general public and such other concepts as are feasible. The Part also provides for the Fair’s organization, administration, and its powers and duties. Finally, the Part also creates the State Fair Leasing Authority. The Authority may enter into leases or other agreements for the use of the State Fair Race Track or any other property owned or controlled by the California Exposition and State Fair.

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Vakho Janezashvili

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