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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32330-32350



32330.  The board shall consist of 11 voting members and two
nonvoting members, appointed or designated as follows:
   (a) The 11 voting members of the board shall consist of all of the
following:
   (1) The Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, or his or her
designee.
   (2) The Director of Finance, or his or her designee.
   (3) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (4) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (5) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (6) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Solano County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that county.
   (7) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Yolo County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that county.
   (8) Two public members appointed by the Governor, subject to
confirmation by the Senate.
   (9) One public member appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules.
   (10) One public member appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly.
   (b) The two nonvoting members shall consist of a Member of the
Senate, appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules, and a Member of
the Assembly, appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly. The members
appointed under this subdivision shall meet with the conservancy and
participate in its activities to the extent that this participation
is not incompatible with their positions as Members of the
Legislature. The appointed members shall represent a district that
encompasses a portion of the Delta.
   (c) Ten liaison advisers who shall serve in an advisory, nonvoting
capacity shall consist of all of the following:
   (1) One representative of the United States Fish and Wildlife
Service, designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior.
   (2) One representative of the United States National Marine
Fisheries Service, designated by the United States Secretary of
Commerce.
   (3) One representative of the United States Bureau of Reclamation,
designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior.
   (4) One representative of the United States Army Corps of
Engineers, designated by the Commanding Officer, United States Army
Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Division.
   (5) A designee of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission for coordination purposes.
   (6) A designee of the State Coastal Conservancy for coordination
purposes.
   (7) A designee of the Suisun Resource Conservation District for
coordination purposes.
   (8) A designee of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.
   (9) A designee of the Yolo Basin Foundation.
   (10) A designee of the Delta Protection Commission.
   (d) The public members appointed by the Governor shall serve for a
term of four years, with a two-term limit.
   (e) The locally appointed members and alternates shall serve at
the pleasure of the appointing board of supervisors.
   (f) The public members appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules
or the Speaker of the Assembly shall serve for a term of four years,
with a two-term limit.
   (g) The Members of the Senate and Assembly shall serve at the
pleasure of the appointing body.
   (h) Alternates may be appointed by the county boards of
supervisors.



32332.  Annually, the voting members of the board shall elect from
among the voting members a chairperson and vice chairperson, and
other officers as necessary. If the office of the chairperson or vice
chairperson becomes vacant, a new chairperson or vice chairperson
shall be elected by the voting members of the board to serve for the
remainder of the term. The chairperson shall be selected from among
the members specified in paragraphs (3) to (7), inclusive, of
subdivision (a) of Section 32330.



32334.  A majority of the voting members shall constitute a quorum
for the transaction of the business of the conservancy. The board
shall not transact the business of the conservancy if a quorum is not
present at the time a vote is taken. A decision of the board
requires an affirmative vote of six of the voting membership, and the
vote is binding with respect to all matters acted on by the
conservancy.



32336.  The board shall adopt rules and procedures for the conduct
of business by the conservancy.



32338.  The board may establish advisory boards or committees, hold
community meetings, and engage in public outreach.



32340.  The board shall establish and maintain a headquarters office
within the Delta. The conservancy may rent or own real and personal
property and equipment pursuant to applicable statutes and
regulations.


32342.  The board shall determine the qualifications of, and shall
appoint, an executive officer of the conservancy, who shall be exempt
from civil service. The board shall employ other staff as necessary
to execute the powers and functions provided for in this division.



32344.  The board may enter into contracts with private entities and
public agencies to procure consulting and other services necessary
to achieve the purposes of this division.



32346.  The conservancy's expenses for support and administration
may be paid from the conservancy's operating budget and any other
funding sources available to the conservancy.



32348.  The board shall conduct business in accordance 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).


32350.  The board shall hold its regular meetings within the Delta
or the City of Rio Vista.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32330-32350

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32330-32350



32330.  The board shall consist of 11 voting members and two
nonvoting members, appointed or designated as follows:
   (a) The 11 voting members of the board shall consist of all of the
following:
   (1) The Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, or his or her
designee.
   (2) The Director of Finance, or his or her designee.
   (3) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (4) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (5) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (6) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Solano County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that county.
   (7) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Yolo County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that county.
   (8) Two public members appointed by the Governor, subject to
confirmation by the Senate.
   (9) One public member appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules.
   (10) One public member appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly.
   (b) The two nonvoting members shall consist of a Member of the
Senate, appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules, and a Member of
the Assembly, appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly. The members
appointed under this subdivision shall meet with the conservancy and
participate in its activities to the extent that this participation
is not incompatible with their positions as Members of the
Legislature. The appointed members shall represent a district that
encompasses a portion of the Delta.
   (c) Ten liaison advisers who shall serve in an advisory, nonvoting
capacity shall consist of all of the following:
   (1) One representative of the United States Fish and Wildlife
Service, designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior.
   (2) One representative of the United States National Marine
Fisheries Service, designated by the United States Secretary of
Commerce.
   (3) One representative of the United States Bureau of Reclamation,
designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior.
   (4) One representative of the United States Army Corps of
Engineers, designated by the Commanding Officer, United States Army
Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Division.
   (5) A designee of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission for coordination purposes.
   (6) A designee of the State Coastal Conservancy for coordination
purposes.
   (7) A designee of the Suisun Resource Conservation District for
coordination purposes.
   (8) A designee of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.
   (9) A designee of the Yolo Basin Foundation.
   (10) A designee of the Delta Protection Commission.
   (d) The public members appointed by the Governor shall serve for a
term of four years, with a two-term limit.
   (e) The locally appointed members and alternates shall serve at
the pleasure of the appointing board of supervisors.
   (f) The public members appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules
or the Speaker of the Assembly shall serve for a term of four years,
with a two-term limit.
   (g) The Members of the Senate and Assembly shall serve at the
pleasure of the appointing body.
   (h) Alternates may be appointed by the county boards of
supervisors.



32332.  Annually, the voting members of the board shall elect from
among the voting members a chairperson and vice chairperson, and
other officers as necessary. If the office of the chairperson or vice
chairperson becomes vacant, a new chairperson or vice chairperson
shall be elected by the voting members of the board to serve for the
remainder of the term. The chairperson shall be selected from among
the members specified in paragraphs (3) to (7), inclusive, of
subdivision (a) of Section 32330.



32334.  A majority of the voting members shall constitute a quorum
for the transaction of the business of the conservancy. The board
shall not transact the business of the conservancy if a quorum is not
present at the time a vote is taken. A decision of the board
requires an affirmative vote of six of the voting membership, and the
vote is binding with respect to all matters acted on by the
conservancy.



32336.  The board shall adopt rules and procedures for the conduct
of business by the conservancy.



32338.  The board may establish advisory boards or committees, hold
community meetings, and engage in public outreach.



32340.  The board shall establish and maintain a headquarters office
within the Delta. The conservancy may rent or own real and personal
property and equipment pursuant to applicable statutes and
regulations.


32342.  The board shall determine the qualifications of, and shall
appoint, an executive officer of the conservancy, who shall be exempt
from civil service. The board shall employ other staff as necessary
to execute the powers and functions provided for in this division.



32344.  The board may enter into contracts with private entities and
public agencies to procure consulting and other services necessary
to achieve the purposes of this division.



32346.  The conservancy's expenses for support and administration
may be paid from the conservancy's operating budget and any other
funding sources available to the conservancy.



32348.  The board shall conduct business in accordance 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).


32350.  The board shall hold its regular meetings within the Delta
or the City of Rio Vista.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 32330-32350

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 32330-32350



32330.  The board shall consist of 11 voting members and two
nonvoting members, appointed or designated as follows:
   (a) The 11 voting members of the board shall consist of all of the
following:
   (1) The Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, or his or her
designee.
   (2) The Director of Finance, or his or her designee.
   (3) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (4) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (5) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that
county.
   (6) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Solano County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that county.
   (7) One member of the board or a designee who is appointed by the
Yolo County Board of Supervisors, who is a resident of that county.
   (8) Two public members appointed by the Governor, subject to
confirmation by the Senate.
   (9) One public member appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules.
   (10) One public member appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly.
   (b) The two nonvoting members shall consist of a Member of the
Senate, appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules, and a Member of
the Assembly, appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly. The members
appointed under this subdivision shall meet with the conservancy and
participate in its activities to the extent that this participation
is not incompatible with their positions as Members of the
Legislature. The appointed members shall represent a district that
encompasses a portion of the Delta.
   (c) Ten liaison advisers who shall serve in an advisory, nonvoting
capacity shall consist of all of the following:
   (1) One representative of the United States Fish and Wildlife
Service, designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior.
   (2) One representative of the United States National Marine
Fisheries Service, designated by the United States Secretary of
Commerce.
   (3) One representative of the United States Bureau of Reclamation,
designated by the United States Secretary of the Interior.
   (4) One representative of the United States Army Corps of
Engineers, designated by the Commanding Officer, United States Army
Corps of Engineers, South Pacific Division.
   (5) A designee of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission for coordination purposes.
   (6) A designee of the State Coastal Conservancy for coordination
purposes.
   (7) A designee of the Suisun Resource Conservation District for
coordination purposes.
   (8) A designee of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.
   (9) A designee of the Yolo Basin Foundation.
   (10) A designee of the Delta Protection Commission.
   (d) The public members appointed by the Governor shall serve for a
term of four years, with a two-term limit.
   (e) The locally appointed members and alternates shall serve at
the pleasure of the appointing board of supervisors.
   (f) The public members appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules
or the Speaker of the Assembly shall serve for a term of four years,
with a two-term limit.
   (g) The Members of the Senate and Assembly shall serve at the
pleasure of the appointing body.
   (h) Alternates may be appointed by the county boards of
supervisors.



32332.  Annually, the voting members of the board shall elect from
among the voting members a chairperson and vice chairperson, and
other officers as necessary. If the office of the chairperson or vice
chairperson becomes vacant, a new chairperson or vice chairperson
shall be elected by the voting members of the board to serve for the
remainder of the term. The chairperson shall be selected from among
the members specified in paragraphs (3) to (7), inclusive, of
subdivision (a) of Section 32330.



32334.  A majority of the voting members shall constitute a quorum
for the transaction of the business of the conservancy. The board
shall not transact the business of the conservancy if a quorum is not
present at the time a vote is taken. A decision of the board
requires an affirmative vote of six of the voting membership, and the
vote is binding with respect to all matters acted on by the
conservancy.



32336.  The board shall adopt rules and procedures for the conduct
of business by the conservancy.



32338.  The board may establish advisory boards or committees, hold
community meetings, and engage in public outreach.



32340.  The board shall establish and maintain a headquarters office
within the Delta. The conservancy may rent or own real and personal
property and equipment pursuant to applicable statutes and
regulations.


32342.  The board shall determine the qualifications of, and shall
appoint, an executive officer of the conservancy, who shall be exempt
from civil service. The board shall employ other staff as necessary
to execute the powers and functions provided for in this division.



32344.  The board may enter into contracts with private entities and
public agencies to procure consulting and other services necessary
to achieve the purposes of this division.



32346.  The conservancy's expenses for support and administration
may be paid from the conservancy's operating budget and any other
funding sources available to the conservancy.



32348.  The board shall conduct business in accordance 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).


32350.  The board shall hold its regular meetings within the Delta
or the City of Rio Vista.


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