(a)Notwithstanding Section 14670, the Director of General Services, with the consent of the Department of Corrections, upon any terms and conditions as the director deems in the best interests of the state and without any monetary consideration, may let to the City of Chino real property not to exceed 140 acres which belongs to the state and which is retained by the state primarily to provide a peripheral buffer area, or zone, between real property upon which is located the California Institution for Men and adjacent real property. The initial term of the lease authorized by this section shall expire not later than 25 years from the effective date of the amendments made to this section by Senate Bill No. 154 of the 1993–94 Regular Session of the Legislature provided that the lease may be renewed by the City of Chino for an additional term not to exceed 20 years. Permitted uses under the lease shall be for the development and maintenance of public park and recreational improvements and facilities, and shall include commercial enterprises which are incidental to or consistent with public park or recreational uses. The lease shall be nonassignable provided that the city shall have the right to sublease a portion or all of the premises for uses consistent with those permitted in the lease. The lease shall be subject to periodic review after the fifth anniversary of the lease. This review shall be made by the Director of General Services who shall ascertain whether the original purposes of the lease are being carried out. In the event the City of Chino subleases a portion of the premises, the review shall be conducted separately for the subleased portion of the premises, and in no event shall a default of a sublease with respect to one portion of the premises result in a termination of the lease with respect to any portion of the premises as to which the default does not exist.
(b)Notwithstanding Section 14670, the Director of General Services, with the consent of the Department of Corrections, upon any terms and conditions as the director deems in the best interest of the state and without any monetary consideration, may let to the City of Chino, for the purpose of expanding the park described in subdivision (a), real property that belongs to the state.