The governing board of any school district may, pursuant to this article, dedicate or convey to the state, or any political subdivision or municipal corporation thereof, for public street or highway purposes, either with or without consideration and without a vote of the electors of the district first being taken, any real property belonging to the district, either in fee or any lesser estate or interest therein, including abutter's right of access to any public street or highway; and may dedicate or convey to any public corporation, or private corporation engaged in the public utility business, without a vote of the electors of the district first being taken, an easement to lay, construct, reconstruct, maintain, and operate water, sewer, gas, or storm drain pipes or ditches, electric or telephone lines, and access roads used in connection therewith, over and upon any land belonging to the school district, upon such terms and conditions as the parties thereto may agree.
(Added by Stats. 1996, Ch. 277, Sec. 3. Operative January 1, 1998.)