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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 29750-29759



29750.  The commission shall meet at least bimonthly. All meetings
shall be open to the public as required by law. Notice of the time
and place of all regular and special meetings shall be published at
least once in a newspaper of general circulation whose area of
circulation is throughout the delta. Notice of any meeting shall be
published at least seven days prior to the meeting date.



29751.  A majority of the voting members of the commission shall
constitute a quorum for the transaction of the business of the
commission. A majority vote of the voting membership shall be
required to take action with respect to any matter unless otherwise
specified in this division. The vote of each member shall be
individually recorded.



29752.  The commission shall adopt its own rules, regulations, and
procedures necessary for its organization and operation, and shall
conduct its meetings in compliance with the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting
Act (Article 9 (commencing with Section 11120) of Chapter 1 of Part
1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code).




29753.  (a) The commission shall appoint at least one advisory
committee to provide recommendations regarding the diverse interests
within the Delta. At a minimum, the advisory committees shall include
representatives of state agencies and other stakeholders with
interests in the Delta's ecosystem, water supply, and socioeconomic
sustainability, including, but not limited to, its recreational,
agricultural, flood control, environmental, and water resources, and
state, local, and utility infrastructure. The commission shall
encourage participation of various federal agencies, including the
United States Bureau of Reclamation, the United States Fish and
Wildlife Service, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and
others as appropriate.
   (b)  The commission may appoint committees from its membership or
may appoint additional advisory committees from members of other
interested public agencies and private groups.
   (c)  The commission shall seek advice and recommendations from
advisory committees appointed by local government that are involved
in subject matters affecting the Delta.



29754.  The commission shall establish and maintain an office within
the Delta or the City of Rio Vista, and for this purpose the
commission may rent or own property and equipment. Any rule,
regulation, procedure, plan, or other record of the commission which
is of such a nature as to constitute a public record under state law
shall be available for inspection and copying pursuant to the
California Public Records Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section
6250) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code).



29755.  The commission shall appoint, and fix the salary of, an
executive director who shall have charge of administering the affairs
of the commission, including entering into contracts, subject to the
directions and policies of the commission. The executive director
shall, subject to the approval of the commission, appoint those
employees that are necessary to carry out the functions of the
commission.



29756.  The commission may promote, facilitate, and administer the
acquisition of voluntary private and public wildlife and agricultural
conservation easements in the delta.



29756.5.  The commission may act as the facilitating agency for the
implementation of any joint habitat restoration or enhancement
programs located within the primary zone of the Delta, including, but
not limited to, a national heritage area designation in the Delta.




29757.  The commission may apply for and accept federal grants or
other federal funds and receive gifts, donations, rents, royalties,
state funds derived from bond sales, the proceeds of taxes or funds
from any other state revenue sources, or any other financial support
from public or private sources.


29758.  All members of the commission are subject to Title 9
(commencing with Section 85100) of the Government Code.



29759.  (a) Not later than July 1, 2011, the commission shall
prepare and adopt, by a majority vote of the membership of the
commission, an economic sustainability plan. The economic
sustainability plan shall include information and recommendations
that inform the Delta Stewardship Council's policies regarding the
socioeconomic sustainability of the Delta region.
   (b) The economic sustainability plan shall include, but not be
limited to, all of the following:
   (1) Public safety recommendations, such as flood protection
recommendations.
   (2) The economic goals, policies, and objectives in local general
plans and other local economic efforts, including recommendations on
continued socioeconomic sustainability of agriculture and its
infrastructure and legacy communities in the Delta.
   (3) Comments and recommendations to the Department of Water
Resources concerning its periodic update of the flood management plan
for the Delta.

   (4) Identification of ways to encourage recreational investment
along the key river corridors, as appropriate.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 29750-29759

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 29750-29759



29750.  The commission shall meet at least bimonthly. All meetings
shall be open to the public as required by law. Notice of the time
and place of all regular and special meetings shall be published at
least once in a newspaper of general circulation whose area of
circulation is throughout the delta. Notice of any meeting shall be
published at least seven days prior to the meeting date.



29751.  A majority of the voting members of the commission shall
constitute a quorum for the transaction of the business of the
commission. A majority vote of the voting membership shall be
required to take action with respect to any matter unless otherwise
specified in this division. The vote of each member shall be
individually recorded.



29752.  The commission shall adopt its own rules, regulations, and
procedures necessary for its organization and operation, and shall
conduct its meetings in compliance with the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting
Act (Article 9 (commencing with Section 11120) of Chapter 1 of Part
1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code).




29753.  (a) The commission shall appoint at least one advisory
committee to provide recommendations regarding the diverse interests
within the Delta. At a minimum, the advisory committees shall include
representatives of state agencies and other stakeholders with
interests in the Delta's ecosystem, water supply, and socioeconomic
sustainability, including, but not limited to, its recreational,
agricultural, flood control, environmental, and water resources, and
state, local, and utility infrastructure. The commission shall
encourage participation of various federal agencies, including the
United States Bureau of Reclamation, the United States Fish and
Wildlife Service, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and
others as appropriate.
   (b)  The commission may appoint committees from its membership or
may appoint additional advisory committees from members of other
interested public agencies and private groups.
   (c)  The commission shall seek advice and recommendations from
advisory committees appointed by local government that are involved
in subject matters affecting the Delta.



29754.  The commission shall establish and maintain an office within
the Delta or the City of Rio Vista, and for this purpose the
commission may rent or own property and equipment. Any rule,
regulation, procedure, plan, or other record of the commission which
is of such a nature as to constitute a public record under state law
shall be available for inspection and copying pursuant to the
California Public Records Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section
6250) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code).



29755.  The commission shall appoint, and fix the salary of, an
executive director who shall have charge of administering the affairs
of the commission, including entering into contracts, subject to the
directions and policies of the commission. The executive director
shall, subject to the approval of the commission, appoint those
employees that are necessary to carry out the functions of the
commission.



29756.  The commission may promote, facilitate, and administer the
acquisition of voluntary private and public wildlife and agricultural
conservation easements in the delta.



29756.5.  The commission may act as the facilitating agency for the
implementation of any joint habitat restoration or enhancement
programs located within the primary zone of the Delta, including, but
not limited to, a national heritage area designation in the Delta.




29757.  The commission may apply for and accept federal grants or
other federal funds and receive gifts, donations, rents, royalties,
state funds derived from bond sales, the proceeds of taxes or funds
from any other state revenue sources, or any other financial support
from public or private sources.


29758.  All members of the commission are subject to Title 9
(commencing with Section 85100) of the Government Code.



29759.  (a) Not later than July 1, 2011, the commission shall
prepare and adopt, by a majority vote of the membership of the
commission, an economic sustainability plan. The economic
sustainability plan shall include information and recommendations
that inform the Delta Stewardship Council's policies regarding the
socioeconomic sustainability of the Delta region.
   (b) The economic sustainability plan shall include, but not be
limited to, all of the following:
   (1) Public safety recommendations, such as flood protection
recommendations.
   (2) The economic goals, policies, and objectives in local general
plans and other local economic efforts, including recommendations on
continued socioeconomic sustainability of agriculture and its
infrastructure and legacy communities in the Delta.
   (3) Comments and recommendations to the Department of Water
Resources concerning its periodic update of the flood management plan
for the Delta.

   (4) Identification of ways to encourage recreational investment
along the key river corridors, as appropriate.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 29750-29759

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 29750-29759



29750.  The commission shall meet at least bimonthly. All meetings
shall be open to the public as required by law. Notice of the time
and place of all regular and special meetings shall be published at
least once in a newspaper of general circulation whose area of
circulation is throughout the delta. Notice of any meeting shall be
published at least seven days prior to the meeting date.



29751.  A majority of the voting members of the commission shall
constitute a quorum for the transaction of the business of the
commission. A majority vote of the voting membership shall be
required to take action with respect to any matter unless otherwise
specified in this division. The vote of each member shall be
individually recorded.



29752.  The commission shall adopt its own rules, regulations, and
procedures necessary for its organization and operation, and shall
conduct its meetings in compliance with the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting
Act (Article 9 (commencing with Section 11120) of Chapter 1 of Part
1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code).




29753.  (a) The commission shall appoint at least one advisory
committee to provide recommendations regarding the diverse interests
within the Delta. At a minimum, the advisory committees shall include
representatives of state agencies and other stakeholders with
interests in the Delta's ecosystem, water supply, and socioeconomic
sustainability, including, but not limited to, its recreational,
agricultural, flood control, environmental, and water resources, and
state, local, and utility infrastructure. The commission shall
encourage participation of various federal agencies, including the
United States Bureau of Reclamation, the United States Fish and
Wildlife Service, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and
others as appropriate.
   (b)  The commission may appoint committees from its membership or
may appoint additional advisory committees from members of other
interested public agencies and private groups.
   (c)  The commission shall seek advice and recommendations from
advisory committees appointed by local government that are involved
in subject matters affecting the Delta.



29754.  The commission shall establish and maintain an office within
the Delta or the City of Rio Vista, and for this purpose the
commission may rent or own property and equipment. Any rule,
regulation, procedure, plan, or other record of the commission which
is of such a nature as to constitute a public record under state law
shall be available for inspection and copying pursuant to the
California Public Records Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section
6250) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code).



29755.  The commission shall appoint, and fix the salary of, an
executive director who shall have charge of administering the affairs
of the commission, including entering into contracts, subject to the
directions and policies of the commission. The executive director
shall, subject to the approval of the commission, appoint those
employees that are necessary to carry out the functions of the
commission.



29756.  The commission may promote, facilitate, and administer the
acquisition of voluntary private and public wildlife and agricultural
conservation easements in the delta.



29756.5.  The commission may act as the facilitating agency for the
implementation of any joint habitat restoration or enhancement
programs located within the primary zone of the Delta, including, but
not limited to, a national heritage area designation in the Delta.




29757.  The commission may apply for and accept federal grants or
other federal funds and receive gifts, donations, rents, royalties,
state funds derived from bond sales, the proceeds of taxes or funds
from any other state revenue sources, or any other financial support
from public or private sources.


29758.  All members of the commission are subject to Title 9
(commencing with Section 85100) of the Government Code.



29759.  (a) Not later than July 1, 2011, the commission shall
prepare and adopt, by a majority vote of the membership of the
commission, an economic sustainability plan. The economic
sustainability plan shall include information and recommendations
that inform the Delta Stewardship Council's policies regarding the
socioeconomic sustainability of the Delta region.
   (b) The economic sustainability plan shall include, but not be
limited to, all of the following:
   (1) Public safety recommendations, such as flood protection
recommendations.
   (2) The economic goals, policies, and objectives in local general
plans and other local economic efforts, including recommendations on
continued socioeconomic sustainability of agriculture and its
infrastructure and legacy communities in the Delta.
   (3) Comments and recommendations to the Department of Water
Resources concerning its periodic update of the flood management plan
for the Delta.

   (4) Identification of ways to encourage recreational investment
along the key river corridors, as appropriate.


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