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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 29200-29205



29200.  Unless expressly provided otherwise in this division, the
commission shall have the primary state responsibility for the
implementation of the provisions of this division and the protection
plan.


29201.  In carrying out its responsibilities under this division,
and in addition to the specific powers and duties of the commission
under Chapters 5 (commencing with Section 29400) and 6 (commencing
with Section 29500), the commission may do all of the following:
   (a) Accept grants, contributions, and appropriations from any
person.
   (b) Appoint committees from its membership and appoint advisory
committees from other interested public and private groups.
   (c) Contract for or employ any professional services required by
the commission or for the performance of work and services which in
its opinion cannot satisfactorily be performed by its officers and
employees or by other federal, state, or local governmental agencies.
   (d) Sue or be sued in all actions and proceedings and in all
courts and tribunals of competent jurisdiction, including prohibitory
and mandatory injunctions to restrain violations of this division.
   (e) Adopt regulations consistent with this division.
   (f) Do such other things as are necessary to carry out the
purposes of this division and are consistent with this division.




29202.  (a) Consistent with this division, the commission may amend
the protection plan. Such amendments shall be made by resolution of
the commission adopted after a public hearing on the proposed change,
of which adequate descriptive notice shall be given. Such
descriptive notice shall include a general description of the
changes, if any, that would be required in the certified local
protection program and whether any changes would be required in the
local protection program as it applies to any area outside the marsh.
If the proposed amendment pertains to a policy of the protection
plan, the resolution adopting the amendment may not be voted upon
less than 90 days following notice of hearing on the proposed change
and shall require the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the
commission members. The resolution adopting any other amendment to
the protection plan may not be voted on less than 30 days following
notice of hearing on the proposed amendment and shall require the
affirmative vote of a majority of the commission members.
   (b) Any local government or district or the Solano County Local
Agency Formation Commission, if affected by any such amendment to the
protection plan, shall, within one year from the effective date of
such amendment, prepare and submit any amendments to the local
protection program, or any component thereof, to bring such program
or component into conformity with the amended protection plan.
   (c) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan that will
require a change in the local protection program as it applies to the
marsh or any area outside the marsh shall be effective until
approved by the Legislature by statute if, within the 90-day period
provided in subdivision (a), the local government having jurisdiction
over any such area objects to such amendment in writing to the
commission.
   (d) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan may
require a change or amendment to the component of the local
protection program prepared by the Suisun Resource Conservation
District until it has been approved by the Legislature by statute if,
within the 90-day period provided in subdivision (a), the department
objects to such amendment in writing to the commission on the
grounds that such amendment would be inconsistent with this division.
   (e) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan may
require a change or amendment to the component of the local
protection program prepared by the Solano County Mosquito Abatement
District until it has been approved by the Legislature by statute if,
within the 90-day period provided in subdivision (a), the Director
of Health objects to such amendment in writing to the commission on
the grounds that such amendment would be inconsistent with the
applicable provisions of the Health and Safety Code.



29203.  Not later than March 1, 1978, the commission shall prepare
and adopt a detailed map for the marsh, on a scale of one inch equals
24,000 inches, which shall show both the primary and secondary
management areas, and which the commission shall file with the clerk
of the county. Upon the filing of such map with the clerk of the
county, no further changes in the boundaries of the marsh or the
boundaries of the primary or secondary management areas shall be made
without the approval of the Legislature by statute.



29204.  Not later than July 1, 1978, the commission shall make any
necessary changes in the San Francisco Bay Plan and in existing
priority use area boundaries established pursuant to Section 66611 of
the Government Code. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary
in Title 7.2 (commencing with Section 66600) of the Government Code,
such changes shall not require the approval of the Legislature.




29205.  (a) The marsh shall be considered part of the commission's
segment of the California coastal zone, and this division shall be
part of the commission's segment of California's coastal zone
management program, for purposes of the Coastal Zone Management Act
of 1972 (P.L. 92-583; 16 U.S.C. 1451 et seq.) as amended, and any
other federal act heretofore or hereafter enacted or amended that
relates to the planning or management of coastal zone resources.
   (b) Except with respect to a facility defined in Section 25110,
the commission may exercise any and all powers set forth in the
Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, or any amendment
thereto, or any other federal act heretofore or hereafter enacted
that relates to the planning or management of the marsh. In addition
to any other authority, the commission may grant or issue any
certificate or statement required pursuant to any such federal law
that an activity of any person is in conformity with the provisions
of this division.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 29200-29205

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 29200-29205



29200.  Unless expressly provided otherwise in this division, the
commission shall have the primary state responsibility for the
implementation of the provisions of this division and the protection
plan.


29201.  In carrying out its responsibilities under this division,
and in addition to the specific powers and duties of the commission
under Chapters 5 (commencing with Section 29400) and 6 (commencing
with Section 29500), the commission may do all of the following:
   (a) Accept grants, contributions, and appropriations from any
person.
   (b) Appoint committees from its membership and appoint advisory
committees from other interested public and private groups.
   (c) Contract for or employ any professional services required by
the commission or for the performance of work and services which in
its opinion cannot satisfactorily be performed by its officers and
employees or by other federal, state, or local governmental agencies.
   (d) Sue or be sued in all actions and proceedings and in all
courts and tribunals of competent jurisdiction, including prohibitory
and mandatory injunctions to restrain violations of this division.
   (e) Adopt regulations consistent with this division.
   (f) Do such other things as are necessary to carry out the
purposes of this division and are consistent with this division.




29202.  (a) Consistent with this division, the commission may amend
the protection plan. Such amendments shall be made by resolution of
the commission adopted after a public hearing on the proposed change,
of which adequate descriptive notice shall be given. Such
descriptive notice shall include a general description of the
changes, if any, that would be required in the certified local
protection program and whether any changes would be required in the
local protection program as it applies to any area outside the marsh.
If the proposed amendment pertains to a policy of the protection
plan, the resolution adopting the amendment may not be voted upon
less than 90 days following notice of hearing on the proposed change
and shall require the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the
commission members. The resolution adopting any other amendment to
the protection plan may not be voted on less than 30 days following
notice of hearing on the proposed amendment and shall require the
affirmative vote of a majority of the commission members.
   (b) Any local government or district or the Solano County Local
Agency Formation Commission, if affected by any such amendment to the
protection plan, shall, within one year from the effective date of
such amendment, prepare and submit any amendments to the local
protection program, or any component thereof, to bring such program
or component into conformity with the amended protection plan.
   (c) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan that will
require a change in the local protection program as it applies to the
marsh or any area outside the marsh shall be effective until
approved by the Legislature by statute if, within the 90-day period
provided in subdivision (a), the local government having jurisdiction
over any such area objects to such amendment in writing to the
commission.
   (d) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan may
require a change or amendment to the component of the local
protection program prepared by the Suisun Resource Conservation
District until it has been approved by the Legislature by statute if,
within the 90-day period provided in subdivision (a), the department
objects to such amendment in writing to the commission on the
grounds that such amendment would be inconsistent with this division.
   (e) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan may
require a change or amendment to the component of the local
protection program prepared by the Solano County Mosquito Abatement
District until it has been approved by the Legislature by statute if,
within the 90-day period provided in subdivision (a), the Director
of Health objects to such amendment in writing to the commission on
the grounds that such amendment would be inconsistent with the
applicable provisions of the Health and Safety Code.



29203.  Not later than March 1, 1978, the commission shall prepare
and adopt a detailed map for the marsh, on a scale of one inch equals
24,000 inches, which shall show both the primary and secondary
management areas, and which the commission shall file with the clerk
of the county. Upon the filing of such map with the clerk of the
county, no further changes in the boundaries of the marsh or the
boundaries of the primary or secondary management areas shall be made
without the approval of the Legislature by statute.



29204.  Not later than July 1, 1978, the commission shall make any
necessary changes in the San Francisco Bay Plan and in existing
priority use area boundaries established pursuant to Section 66611 of
the Government Code. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary
in Title 7.2 (commencing with Section 66600) of the Government Code,
such changes shall not require the approval of the Legislature.




29205.  (a) The marsh shall be considered part of the commission's
segment of the California coastal zone, and this division shall be
part of the commission's segment of California's coastal zone
management program, for purposes of the Coastal Zone Management Act
of 1972 (P.L. 92-583; 16 U.S.C. 1451 et seq.) as amended, and any
other federal act heretofore or hereafter enacted or amended that
relates to the planning or management of coastal zone resources.
   (b) Except with respect to a facility defined in Section 25110,
the commission may exercise any and all powers set forth in the
Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, or any amendment
thereto, or any other federal act heretofore or hereafter enacted
that relates to the planning or management of the marsh. In addition
to any other authority, the commission may grant or issue any
certificate or statement required pursuant to any such federal law
that an activity of any person is in conformity with the provisions
of this division.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 29200-29205

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 29200-29205



29200.  Unless expressly provided otherwise in this division, the
commission shall have the primary state responsibility for the
implementation of the provisions of this division and the protection
plan.


29201.  In carrying out its responsibilities under this division,
and in addition to the specific powers and duties of the commission
under Chapters 5 (commencing with Section 29400) and 6 (commencing
with Section 29500), the commission may do all of the following:
   (a) Accept grants, contributions, and appropriations from any
person.
   (b) Appoint committees from its membership and appoint advisory
committees from other interested public and private groups.
   (c) Contract for or employ any professional services required by
the commission or for the performance of work and services which in
its opinion cannot satisfactorily be performed by its officers and
employees or by other federal, state, or local governmental agencies.
   (d) Sue or be sued in all actions and proceedings and in all
courts and tribunals of competent jurisdiction, including prohibitory
and mandatory injunctions to restrain violations of this division.
   (e) Adopt regulations consistent with this division.
   (f) Do such other things as are necessary to carry out the
purposes of this division and are consistent with this division.




29202.  (a) Consistent with this division, the commission may amend
the protection plan. Such amendments shall be made by resolution of
the commission adopted after a public hearing on the proposed change,
of which adequate descriptive notice shall be given. Such
descriptive notice shall include a general description of the
changes, if any, that would be required in the certified local
protection program and whether any changes would be required in the
local protection program as it applies to any area outside the marsh.
If the proposed amendment pertains to a policy of the protection
plan, the resolution adopting the amendment may not be voted upon
less than 90 days following notice of hearing on the proposed change
and shall require the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the
commission members. The resolution adopting any other amendment to
the protection plan may not be voted on less than 30 days following
notice of hearing on the proposed amendment and shall require the
affirmative vote of a majority of the commission members.
   (b) Any local government or district or the Solano County Local
Agency Formation Commission, if affected by any such amendment to the
protection plan, shall, within one year from the effective date of
such amendment, prepare and submit any amendments to the local
protection program, or any component thereof, to bring such program
or component into conformity with the amended protection plan.
   (c) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan that will
require a change in the local protection program as it applies to the
marsh or any area outside the marsh shall be effective until
approved by the Legislature by statute if, within the 90-day period
provided in subdivision (a), the local government having jurisdiction
over any such area objects to such amendment in writing to the
commission.
   (d) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan may
require a change or amendment to the component of the local
protection program prepared by the Suisun Resource Conservation
District until it has been approved by the Legislature by statute if,
within the 90-day period provided in subdivision (a), the department
objects to such amendment in writing to the commission on the
grounds that such amendment would be inconsistent with this division.
   (e) No amendment to the policies of the protection plan may
require a change or amendment to the component of the local
protection program prepared by the Solano County Mosquito Abatement
District until it has been approved by the Legislature by statute if,
within the 90-day period provided in subdivision (a), the Director
of Health objects to such amendment in writing to the commission on
the grounds that such amendment would be inconsistent with the
applicable provisions of the Health and Safety Code.



29203.  Not later than March 1, 1978, the commission shall prepare
and adopt a detailed map for the marsh, on a scale of one inch equals
24,000 inches, which shall show both the primary and secondary
management areas, and which the commission shall file with the clerk
of the county. Upon the filing of such map with the clerk of the
county, no further changes in the boundaries of the marsh or the
boundaries of the primary or secondary management areas shall be made
without the approval of the Legislature by statute.



29204.  Not later than July 1, 1978, the commission shall make any
necessary changes in the San Francisco Bay Plan and in existing
priority use area boundaries established pursuant to Section 66611 of
the Government Code. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary
in Title 7.2 (commencing with Section 66600) of the Government Code,
such changes shall not require the approval of the Legislature.




29205.  (a) The marsh shall be considered part of the commission's
segment of the California coastal zone, and this division shall be
part of the commission's segment of California's coastal zone
management program, for purposes of the Coastal Zone Management Act
of 1972 (P.L. 92-583; 16 U.S.C. 1451 et seq.) as amended, and any
other federal act heretofore or hereafter enacted or amended that
relates to the planning or management of coastal zone resources.
   (b) Except with respect to a facility defined in Section 25110,
the commission may exercise any and all powers set forth in the
Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, or any amendment
thereto, or any other federal act heretofore or hereafter enacted
that relates to the planning or management of the marsh. In addition
to any other authority, the commission may grant or issue any
certificate or statement required pursuant to any such federal law
that an activity of any person is in conformity with the provisions
of this division.

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