A. Notwithstanding any other law, a county with a population of more than nine hundred
thousand persons but less than one million five hundred thousand persons that has
adopted a habitat conservation plan may acquire land that is located within a city
or town only if the acquisition of the land is part of an intergovernmental agreement
entered into by the county and the governing body of the city or town pursuant to
B. This section does not apply to land that is acquired by the county for the primary
purpose of public safety, health care or court operations.
C. For the purposes of this section, “acquire” means to obtain by purchase or any other means.
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