The resources seem to be available for a comprehensive plan that will help stem the loss of hunters and fishermen, people who pay for the intangibles that benefit all citizens such as wildlife restoration, preservation and research, public land acquisition and public access to water bodies.
What does PLA stand for?
PLA stands for Public Land Acquisition
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- Project Labor Agreements
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- Proliteracy America (education)
- Property Law Act (various locations)
- Property Lease Agreement
- Provincial Liberal Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Provincial Licensing Authority (South Africa)
- Public Lands Act (Canada)
- Public Library Association
- Public Library Authority (various locations)
- Pull Accumulator from Stack (6502 processor instruction)
- Purchased Life Annuity
- Pure Love Alliance
- Pylon Loading Adapter
- People's Liberation Army Navy (China)
- Polyesters Derived from Lactic and Glycolic Acids
- Plain Language Address/Office Symbol
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The purposes of the bill are to encourage and expedite the acquisition of real property by agreements with owners; to relieve congestion in the courts by avoiding litigation; to ensure consistent treatment for owners; and to promote public confidence in public land acquisition practices.
One of the most contentious items this year was the possible establishment of a permanent fund for conservation, preservation, and public land acquisition.
Every attempt to designate any form of "green line," recommend public land acquisition other than for small tracts of significant natural areas, or to establish an interstate commission with any effective authority was blocked by Ted Johnson of the Maine Forest Products Council, supported by Commissioner Ed Meadows of the Maine Department of Conservation.
But whenever an attempt was made to gain agreement on the major issues of designating a green-line interstate region, or public land acquisition other than for small tracts of significant natural areas by individual states, positions hardened.