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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 30950



30950.  (a) For the purposes of this article, "small community"
means a municipality with a population of 20,000 persons or less, a
rural county, or a reasonably isolated and divisible segment of a
larger municipality where the segment of the population is 20,000
persons or less, with a financial hardship, as determined by the
board.
   (b) The board may award grants under this article to assist small
communities in complying with groundwater contaminant level
requirements.
   (c) The board may award grants under this article to local public
agencies and private not-for-profit water companies.
   (d) The board shall give priority to the following types of
projects:
   (1) Projects to provide an alternate source of water or to treat
water where the existing supply of groundwater exceeds the maximum
contaminant level of arsenic.
   (2) Projects to provide an alternate source of water or to treat
water where the existing supply of groundwater exceeds the maximum
contaminant level for nitrate.
   (3) Projects identified by the board, in consultation with the
State Department of Health Services, as having a priority to address
the needs of small community water systems.
   (e) The board may make funds available under this article in each
fiscal year to provide technical assistance or planning grants, or
both, to small communities.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 30950

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 30950



30950.  (a) For the purposes of this article, "small community"
means a municipality with a population of 20,000 persons or less, a
rural county, or a reasonably isolated and divisible segment of a
larger municipality where the segment of the population is 20,000
persons or less, with a financial hardship, as determined by the
board.
   (b) The board may award grants under this article to assist small
communities in complying with groundwater contaminant level
requirements.
   (c) The board may award grants under this article to local public
agencies and private not-for-profit water companies.
   (d) The board shall give priority to the following types of
projects:
   (1) Projects to provide an alternate source of water or to treat
water where the existing supply of groundwater exceeds the maximum
contaminant level of arsenic.
   (2) Projects to provide an alternate source of water or to treat
water where the existing supply of groundwater exceeds the maximum
contaminant level for nitrate.
   (3) Projects identified by the board, in consultation with the
State Department of Health Services, as having a priority to address
the needs of small community water systems.
   (e) The board may make funds available under this article in each
fiscal year to provide technical assistance or planning grants, or
both, to small communities.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 30950

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 30950



30950.  (a) For the purposes of this article, "small community"
means a municipality with a population of 20,000 persons or less, a
rural county, or a reasonably isolated and divisible segment of a
larger municipality where the segment of the population is 20,000
persons or less, with a financial hardship, as determined by the
board.
   (b) The board may award grants under this article to assist small
communities in complying with groundwater contaminant level
requirements.
   (c) The board may award grants under this article to local public
agencies and private not-for-profit water companies.
   (d) The board shall give priority to the following types of
projects:
   (1) Projects to provide an alternate source of water or to treat
water where the existing supply of groundwater exceeds the maximum
contaminant level of arsenic.
   (2) Projects to provide an alternate source of water or to treat
water where the existing supply of groundwater exceeds the maximum
contaminant level for nitrate.
   (3) Projects identified by the board, in consultation with the
State Department of Health Services, as having a priority to address
the needs of small community water systems.
   (e) The board may make funds available under this article in each
fiscal year to provide technical assistance or planning grants, or
both, to small communities.

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