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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4800-4805



4800.  It is the intent of the Legislature, in enacting this
chapter, to do all of the following:
   (a) To provide coordination on wildlife and timberland issues
within the Resources Agency.
   (b) To improve and coordinate the state data bases for use in
analyzing the cumulative impacts of timber harvesting pursuant to the
California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing with
Section 21000)).
   (c) To improve the technical basis upon which the Department of
Fish and Game predicates recommendations for mitigating site-specific
and cumulative effects on wildlife from timber harvesting
activities.
   (d) To provide recommendations to the board concerning creation of
a list of species of special concern for which additional forest
practices rules may be needed.
   (e) To provide recommendations to the Fish and Game Commission
concerning additions to its list of species that are threatened or
endangered.
   (f) To provide authority to the state to work cooperatively with
the United States Forest Service, including the ability to provide
and receive funding for wildlife studies.



4805.  (a) The director shall establish a schedule of user fees for
persons using the department's data base developed pursuant to
Section 4802, which does not exceed the reasonable costs for
developing, updating, and maintaining the data base.
   (b) The department shall utilize its data base for the review of
timber harvesting plans as appropriate, and shall permit the use of
its data base by timber harvesting plan applicants for the
preparation of timber harvesting plans and by other persons, upon
request.
   (c) Commencing on January 1, 1992, the department shall charge a
fee to users of the data base pursuant to this section.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 4800-4805

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4800-4805



4800.  It is the intent of the Legislature, in enacting this
chapter, to do all of the following:
   (a) To provide coordination on wildlife and timberland issues
within the Resources Agency.
   (b) To improve and coordinate the state data bases for use in
analyzing the cumulative impacts of timber harvesting pursuant to the
California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing with
Section 21000)).
   (c) To improve the technical basis upon which the Department of
Fish and Game predicates recommendations for mitigating site-specific
and cumulative effects on wildlife from timber harvesting
activities.
   (d) To provide recommendations to the board concerning creation of
a list of species of special concern for which additional forest
practices rules may be needed.
   (e) To provide recommendations to the Fish and Game Commission
concerning additions to its list of species that are threatened or
endangered.
   (f) To provide authority to the state to work cooperatively with
the United States Forest Service, including the ability to provide
and receive funding for wildlife studies.



4805.  (a) The director shall establish a schedule of user fees for
persons using the department's data base developed pursuant to
Section 4802, which does not exceed the reasonable costs for
developing, updating, and maintaining the data base.
   (b) The department shall utilize its data base for the review of
timber harvesting plans as appropriate, and shall permit the use of
its data base by timber harvesting plan applicants for the
preparation of timber harvesting plans and by other persons, upon
request.
   (c) Commencing on January 1, 1992, the department shall charge a
fee to users of the data base pursuant to this section.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 4800-4805

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4800-4805



4800.  It is the intent of the Legislature, in enacting this
chapter, to do all of the following:
   (a) To provide coordination on wildlife and timberland issues
within the Resources Agency.
   (b) To improve and coordinate the state data bases for use in
analyzing the cumulative impacts of timber harvesting pursuant to the
California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing with
Section 21000)).
   (c) To improve the technical basis upon which the Department of
Fish and Game predicates recommendations for mitigating site-specific
and cumulative effects on wildlife from timber harvesting
activities.
   (d) To provide recommendations to the board concerning creation of
a list of species of special concern for which additional forest
practices rules may be needed.
   (e) To provide recommendations to the Fish and Game Commission
concerning additions to its list of species that are threatened or
endangered.
   (f) To provide authority to the state to work cooperatively with
the United States Forest Service, including the ability to provide
and receive funding for wildlife studies.



4805.  (a) The director shall establish a schedule of user fees for
persons using the department's data base developed pursuant to
Section 4802, which does not exceed the reasonable costs for
developing, updating, and maintaining the data base.
   (b) The department shall utilize its data base for the review of
timber harvesting plans as appropriate, and shall permit the use of
its data base by timber harvesting plan applicants for the
preparation of timber harvesting plans and by other persons, upon
request.
   (c) Commencing on January 1, 1992, the department shall charge a
fee to users of the data base pursuant to this section.

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