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2. Drainage or flood control channels, <br />creeks, rivers, or other water courses, watersheds, <br />reservoirs. <br />• 3. Power transmission easements, or <br />other public utility corridors. <br />B. Where land is in public ownership and intended <br />for future use as: <br />1. Public parks, schools, paseos, <br />playgrounds, beaches, marine and wildlife preserves. <br />2. Public harbors or marinas. <br />C. Public or privately owned land when the use of <br />said land would endanger the public health, safety or <br />general welfare including: <br />1. Areas where natural topography may be <br />too steep to build upon and /or where the grading or develop- <br />ment of the land would endanger public health or safety due <br />to unstable geologic conditions, erosion or flooding. <br />• 2. Areas subject to severe seismic <br />hazards, including surface ruptures from faulting, ground. <br />shaking and soil liquefaction. <br />3. Areas subject to flooding or inundation <br />from storm water or tidal movements. <br />4. Areas under airport takeoff and ap- <br />proach patterns. <br />5. Other privately owned land at the <br />request of the owner(s). <br />D. Privately owned land upon formal agreement between <br />the owner(s) and the City: <br />1. Private parks, schools, paseos, play - <br />grounds, greenbelts, beaches, marinas, yacht clubs, mooring <br />facilities, and marine and wildlife preserves.. <br />• 2. Areas of unique natural beauty (natural <br />landforms, prominent features, landscapes, natural vistas), <br />available to public access and views. <br />3. Private golf courses, tennis clubs, <br />aquatic parks, and cemeteries. <br />-2- <br />DON dm <br />1/10/73 <br />