1.08.060  County enactments to remain in effect.
   A.   All ordinances of the county which have been applicable within the territory now incorporated as the city, to the extent that they applied before incorporation, and which became ordinances of the city by virtue of the adoption of Ordinance No. 1 of the city, as the same may have been thereafter amended or repealed or superseded, are hereby ratified and readopted by this reference as if fully set forth in this chapter, shall remain in full force and effect as ordinances of the city.
   B.   Additionally, the resolutions, rules and regulations of the county which have been so applicable in implementation of the aforesaid ordinances and state law (such as, but not limited to, the California Environmental Quality Act, regulations pertaining to traffic, the resolution establishing special geologic study report zone in the California Oaks area), to the extent that they applied before incorporation shall remain in full force and effect as resolutions, rules and regulations, respectively, of the city, and which may be amended or repealed in the future by any form of enactment (motion, resolution or ordinance) deemed appropriate by the city council.
   C.   Unless otherwise provided in this chapter or in other enactments of the city, the granting by the county of Riverside of approvals, permits, and similar rights, which have not expired or otherwise been revoked or lost, are recognized as remaining in effect, subject to the right of the city to fully exercise its police power, and to take such further action as permitted or reserved to the city by law by any form of enactment (motion, resolution or ordinance) deemed appropriate by the city council.
   D.   This chapter shall not be construed as adopting the general plan of the county. 
(Ord. 15 § 6, 1991)