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41-511.11. Disposition of fees, charges and gifts; state parks fund; state parks enhancement fund

A. Monies from unconditional gifts, donations, bequests and endowments, which are not specifically designated to the state parks enhancement fund, shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, by the board in a fund to be known as the state parks fund, for use by the board in accomplishing its objectives and duties. All expenditures from the state parks fund shall be made upon claims duly itemized, verified and approved by the Arizona state parks board.

B. A state parks enhancement fund is established consisting of monies appropriated for that purpose by the legislature, unconditional gifts and donations specifically designated to the fund and all monies derived from state park user fees, concession fees and other revenue generating activities, except for unconditional gifts, donations, bequests and endowments deposited in the state parks fund under subsection A of this section and monies received from the sale of publications and souvenirs and deposited in the state parks board publications and souvenir revolving fund established by section 41-511.21. One-half of the monies in the fund are for use by the board, with the prior approval of the joint committee on capital review, to acquire and develop real property and improvements as state parks consistent with the purposes and objectives prescribed in section 41-511.03. The one-half of the monies for acquisition and development are subject to annual legislative appropriation after final purchase and development of the Kartchner caverns and completion of the lease-purchase payments for the Tonto natural bridge state park. Monies in the fund are exempt from section 35-190, relating to lapsing of appropriations. One-half of the monies in the fund are subject to annual legislative appropriation for the operation of state parks. If unconditional gifts or donations to the fund or exchanges of property cause appropriated monies in the fund to remain unexpended, the board, with the approval of the joint committee on capital review, may use the monies for other state parks projects.

C. Notwithstanding subsection B of this section:

1. If a political subdivision provides at least one hundred fifty thousand dollars annually through an intergovernmental agreement for operating a state historic park within its boundaries, the Arizona state parks board shall separately account for the revenues collected at that park and shall spend those revenues and the monies provided by the political subdivision solely for operating, managing and developing that park.

2. The Arizona state parks board shall separately account for the revenues generated by commercial film projects in the San Rafael valley natural area and shall spend those revenues solely for operating, managing and developing that natural area.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-511.11

41-511.11. Disposition of fees, charges and gifts; state parks fund; state parks enhancement fund

A. Monies from unconditional gifts, donations, bequests and endowments, which are not specifically designated to the state parks enhancement fund, shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, by the board in a fund to be known as the state parks fund, for use by the board in accomplishing its objectives and duties. All expenditures from the state parks fund shall be made upon claims duly itemized, verified and approved by the Arizona state parks board.

B. A state parks enhancement fund is established consisting of monies appropriated for that purpose by the legislature, unconditional gifts and donations specifically designated to the fund and all monies derived from state park user fees, concession fees and other revenue generating activities, except for unconditional gifts, donations, bequests and endowments deposited in the state parks fund under subsection A of this section and monies received from the sale of publications and souvenirs and deposited in the state parks board publications and souvenir revolving fund established by section 41-511.21. One-half of the monies in the fund are for use by the board, with the prior approval of the joint committee on capital review, to acquire and develop real property and improvements as state parks consistent with the purposes and objectives prescribed in section 41-511.03. The one-half of the monies for acquisition and development are subject to annual legislative appropriation after final purchase and development of the Kartchner caverns and completion of the lease-purchase payments for the Tonto natural bridge state park. Monies in the fund are exempt from section 35-190, relating to lapsing of appropriations. One-half of the monies in the fund are subject to annual legislative appropriation for the operation of state parks. If unconditional gifts or donations to the fund or exchanges of property cause appropriated monies in the fund to remain unexpended, the board, with the approval of the joint committee on capital review, may use the monies for other state parks projects.

C. Notwithstanding subsection B of this section:

1. If a political subdivision provides at least one hundred fifty thousand dollars annually through an intergovernmental agreement for operating a state historic park within its boundaries, the Arizona state parks board shall separately account for the revenues collected at that park and shall spend those revenues and the monies provided by the political subdivision solely for operating, managing and developing that park.

2. The Arizona state parks board shall separately account for the revenues generated by commercial film projects in the San Rafael valley natural area and shall spend those revenues solely for operating, managing and developing that natural area.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-511.11

41-511.11. Disposition of fees, charges and gifts; state parks fund; state parks enhancement fund

A. Monies from unconditional gifts, donations, bequests and endowments, which are not specifically designated to the state parks enhancement fund, shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, by the board in a fund to be known as the state parks fund, for use by the board in accomplishing its objectives and duties. All expenditures from the state parks fund shall be made upon claims duly itemized, verified and approved by the Arizona state parks board.

B. A state parks enhancement fund is established consisting of monies appropriated for that purpose by the legislature, unconditional gifts and donations specifically designated to the fund and all monies derived from state park user fees, concession fees and other revenue generating activities, except for unconditional gifts, donations, bequests and endowments deposited in the state parks fund under subsection A of this section and monies received from the sale of publications and souvenirs and deposited in the state parks board publications and souvenir revolving fund established by section 41-511.21. One-half of the monies in the fund are for use by the board, with the prior approval of the joint committee on capital review, to acquire and develop real property and improvements as state parks consistent with the purposes and objectives prescribed in section 41-511.03. The one-half of the monies for acquisition and development are subject to annual legislative appropriation after final purchase and development of the Kartchner caverns and completion of the lease-purchase payments for the Tonto natural bridge state park. Monies in the fund are exempt from section 35-190, relating to lapsing of appropriations. One-half of the monies in the fund are subject to annual legislative appropriation for the operation of state parks. If unconditional gifts or donations to the fund or exchanges of property cause appropriated monies in the fund to remain unexpended, the board, with the approval of the joint committee on capital review, may use the monies for other state parks projects.

C. Notwithstanding subsection B of this section:

1. If a political subdivision provides at least one hundred fifty thousand dollars annually through an intergovernmental agreement for operating a state historic park within its boundaries, the Arizona state parks board shall separately account for the revenues collected at that park and shall spend those revenues and the monies provided by the political subdivision solely for operating, managing and developing that park.

2. The Arizona state parks board shall separately account for the revenues generated by commercial film projects in the San Rafael valley natural area and shall spend those revenues solely for operating, managing and developing that natural area.

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