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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32000-32003



32000.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the
California Urban Waterfront Area Restoration Financing Authority Act.



32001.  The Legislature finds and declares that it is essential that
the state, in cooperation with local governments, use all practical
means and measures to restore, revitalize, and develop, in an
economically and environmentally sound manner, the coastal and inland
urban waterfront areas of the state.
   The Legislature further finds that existing conditions in some of
the state's coastal urban waterfront areas prevent the attainment of
one or more of the basic goals of the state set forth in Section
30001.5 for the coastal zone, and that existing sources of funding
are not adequate to restore these areas in accordance with those
goals.
   The Legislature further finds that properly planned development of
coastal and inland urban waterfronts with public recreation
facilities, shoreline access facilities, visitor-serving commercial
facilities, or coastal-dependent facilities, or with public works
necessary for the implementation or preservation of an urban
waterfront project, will promote attainment of the basic goals of the
state for the coastal zone and will stimulate economic development
and promote employment in coastal and inland urban waterfront areas.



32002.  As to urban waterfront areas in the coastal zone, the
purpose of this division is to carry out and make effective Chapter 7
(commencing with Section 31300) of Division 21 and, to that end,
provide an economically feasible method of financing urban waterfront
restoration.



32003.  This division is necessary for the welfare of the state and
its inhabitants and shall be liberally construed to implement its
purposes.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32000-32003

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32000-32003



32000.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the
California Urban Waterfront Area Restoration Financing Authority Act.



32001.  The Legislature finds and declares that it is essential that
the state, in cooperation with local governments, use all practical
means and measures to restore, revitalize, and develop, in an
economically and environmentally sound manner, the coastal and inland
urban waterfront areas of the state.
   The Legislature further finds that existing conditions in some of
the state's coastal urban waterfront areas prevent the attainment of
one or more of the basic goals of the state set forth in Section
30001.5 for the coastal zone, and that existing sources of funding
are not adequate to restore these areas in accordance with those
goals.
   The Legislature further finds that properly planned development of
coastal and inland urban waterfronts with public recreation
facilities, shoreline access facilities, visitor-serving commercial
facilities, or coastal-dependent facilities, or with public works
necessary for the implementation or preservation of an urban
waterfront project, will promote attainment of the basic goals of the
state for the coastal zone and will stimulate economic development
and promote employment in coastal and inland urban waterfront areas.



32002.  As to urban waterfront areas in the coastal zone, the
purpose of this division is to carry out and make effective Chapter 7
(commencing with Section 31300) of Division 21 and, to that end,
provide an economically feasible method of financing urban waterfront
restoration.



32003.  This division is necessary for the welfare of the state and
its inhabitants and shall be liberally construed to implement its
purposes.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32000-32003

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32000-32003



32000.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the
California Urban Waterfront Area Restoration Financing Authority Act.



32001.  The Legislature finds and declares that it is essential that
the state, in cooperation with local governments, use all practical
means and measures to restore, revitalize, and develop, in an
economically and environmentally sound manner, the coastal and inland
urban waterfront areas of the state.
   The Legislature further finds that existing conditions in some of
the state's coastal urban waterfront areas prevent the attainment of
one or more of the basic goals of the state set forth in Section
30001.5 for the coastal zone, and that existing sources of funding
are not adequate to restore these areas in accordance with those
goals.
   The Legislature further finds that properly planned development of
coastal and inland urban waterfronts with public recreation
facilities, shoreline access facilities, visitor-serving commercial
facilities, or coastal-dependent facilities, or with public works
necessary for the implementation or preservation of an urban
waterfront project, will promote attainment of the basic goals of the
state for the coastal zone and will stimulate economic development
and promote employment in coastal and inland urban waterfront areas.



32002.  As to urban waterfront areas in the coastal zone, the
purpose of this division is to carry out and make effective Chapter 7
(commencing with Section 31300) of Division 21 and, to that end,
provide an economically feasible method of financing urban waterfront
restoration.



32003.  This division is necessary for the welfare of the state and
its inhabitants and shall be liberally construed to implement its
purposes.

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