Moss Landing Harbor District
The Moss Landing Harbor District was granted sovereign salt marsh, tide and submerged, and swamp and overflowed lands in trust in 1947 for the establishment, improvement and conduct of a harbor and for the construction, maintenance, and operation of wharves, docks, piers, slips, quays, and other utilities, structures, facilities, and appliances necessary or convenient to promote and accommodate commerce and navigation.
10/10/1955 (12) Moss Landing Harbor District survey 02/11/1958 (11) Moss Landing Harbor District improvement report 09/29/1975 (33) Approval of service agreement for survey and mapping of State interest in lands granted to the District 02/26/1976 (38) Service Agreement 07/19/1978 (09) Results of management practices audit of District 08/23/1979 (35) Progress report on the District's compliance with the recommendations of the 1978 management practices audit 02/28/1983 (15) Boundary line and settlement agreement BLA 230 11/21/1983 (08) Dredging permit 09/25/1984 (22) Survey and mapping of trust grant lands 03/29/2012 (57) Dredging lease
Granting StatutesStatuteDigest / Bill Information
Chapter 1190, Statutes of 1947 An act conveying certain tidelands, lands lying under inland navigable waters, swamp and overflow lands, situate in the Old Salinas River Channel, to the Moss Landing Harbor District, in furtherance of navigation and commerce and the fisheries, and providing for the government, management and control thereof, reserving rights to the State. Chapter 131, Statutes of 1967 An act to amend Section 1 of, and to add Section 3 to, Chapter 1190 of the Statutes of 1947, relating to the Moss Landing Harbor District.
Title Settlement / Boundary Agreement
BLA 230 Moss Landing Harbor boundary line agreement and settlement agreement