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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5019.10-5019.15



5019.10.  (a) The Parks Project Revolving Fund is hereby established
in the State Treasury. Except as otherwise specified in this
section, upon approval of the Department of Finance there shall be
transferred to, or deposited in, the fund all money appropriated,
contributed, or made available from any source, including sources
other than state appropriations, for expenditure on work within the
powers and duties of the department with respect to the construction,
alteration, repair, and improvement of state park facilities,
including, but not limited to, services, new construction, major
construction and equipment, minor construction, maintenance,
improvements, and equipment, and other building and improvement
projects for which an appropriation is made or, as to funds from
sources other than state appropriations, as may be authorized by
written agreement between the contributor or contributors of funds
and the department and approved by the Department of Finance.
   (b) Money from state sources transferred to, or deposited in, the
fund for major construction shall be limited to the amount necessary
based on receipt of competitive bids. Money transferred for this
purpose shall be upon the approval of the Department of Finance. Any
amount available, in the state appropriation, which is in excess of
the amount necessary based on receipt of competitive bids, shall be
immediately transferred to the credit of the fund from which the
appropriation was made. Money in the fund also may be expended, upon
approval of the Department of Finance, to finance the cost of a
construction project within the powers and duties of the department
for which the federal government will contribute a partial cost
thereof, if written evidence has been received from a federal agency
indicating that that money has been appropriated by Congress and the
federal government, and that the federal government will pay to the
state the amount specified upon the completion of construction of the
project. The director may approve plans, specifications and
estimates of cost, and advertise for and receive bids on, those
projects in anticipation of the receipt of the written evidence.
Money transferred or deposited for the purposes of this subdivision
is available for expenditure by the department for the purposes for
which appropriated, contributed, or made available, without regard to
fiscal years and irrespective of the provisions of Section 13340 of
the Government Code.
   (c) As used in this article, "fund" means the Parks Project
Revolving Fund.


5019.11.  The department shall file against the fund all claims
covering expenditures incurred in connection with services, new
construction, major construction and equipment, minor construction,
maintenance, improvements, and equipment, and other building and
improvement projects.



5019.12.  The department shall keep a record of all expenditures
chargeable against each specific portion of the fund. Any
unencumbered balance in any portion of the fund, either within three
months after completion of the project for which the portion was
transferred or within three years from the time the portion was
transferred or deposited therein, whichever is earlier, shall be
withdrawn from the revolving fund and transferred to the credit of
the fund from which the appropriation was made. As to funds from
other than state appropriations, they shall be paid out or refunded
as provided in the agreement relating to the contributions. The
Department of Finance may approve an extension of the time of
withdrawal. For the purpose of this section an estimate, prepared by
the department upon receipt of bids, of the amount required for
supervision, engineering, and other items, if any, necessary for the
completion of a project, on which a construction contract has been
awarded, shall be deemed a valid encumbrance and shall be included
with any other valid encumbrances in determining the amount of an
unencumbered balance.



5019.13.  At any time the department, without furnishing a voucher
or itemized statement, may withdraw from the Parks Project Revolving
Fund a sum not to exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
Any sum withdrawn pursuant to this section shall be used as a
revolving fund where payments of compensation earned or cash advances
are necessary with respect to the construction, alteration, repair,
or improvement of state buildings.



5019.14.  The department shall annually submit to the Department of
Finance a report that reconciles, by project, all of the following:
   (a) Amounts transferred to the revolving fund.
   (b) Amounts expended from the revolving fund.
   (c) In cases of project savings or completion, or both, unexpended
amounts withdrawn from the fund and transferred to the credit of the
fund, paid out, or refunded, as provided in Section 5019.12.



5019.15.  This article shall become inoperative on January 1, 2012,
and, as of January 1, 2013, is repealed, unless a later enacted
statute that is enacted before January 1, 2012, deletes or extends
the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5019.10-5019.15

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5019.10-5019.15



5019.10.  (a) The Parks Project Revolving Fund is hereby established
in the State Treasury. Except as otherwise specified in this
section, upon approval of the Department of Finance there shall be
transferred to, or deposited in, the fund all money appropriated,
contributed, or made available from any source, including sources
other than state appropriations, for expenditure on work within the
powers and duties of the department with respect to the construction,
alteration, repair, and improvement of state park facilities,
including, but not limited to, services, new construction, major
construction and equipment, minor construction, maintenance,
improvements, and equipment, and other building and improvement
projects for which an appropriation is made or, as to funds from
sources other than state appropriations, as may be authorized by
written agreement between the contributor or contributors of funds
and the department and approved by the Department of Finance.
   (b) Money from state sources transferred to, or deposited in, the
fund for major construction shall be limited to the amount necessary
based on receipt of competitive bids. Money transferred for this
purpose shall be upon the approval of the Department of Finance. Any
amount available, in the state appropriation, which is in excess of
the amount necessary based on receipt of competitive bids, shall be
immediately transferred to the credit of the fund from which the
appropriation was made. Money in the fund also may be expended, upon
approval of the Department of Finance, to finance the cost of a
construction project within the powers and duties of the department
for which the federal government will contribute a partial cost
thereof, if written evidence has been received from a federal agency
indicating that that money has been appropriated by Congress and the
federal government, and that the federal government will pay to the
state the amount specified upon the completion of construction of the
project. The director may approve plans, specifications and
estimates of cost, and advertise for and receive bids on, those
projects in anticipation of the receipt of the written evidence.
Money transferred or deposited for the purposes of this subdivision
is available for expenditure by the department for the purposes for
which appropriated, contributed, or made available, without regard to
fiscal years and irrespective of the provisions of Section 13340 of
the Government Code.
   (c) As used in this article, "fund" means the Parks Project
Revolving Fund.


5019.11.  The department shall file against the fund all claims
covering expenditures incurred in connection with services, new
construction, major construction and equipment, minor construction,
maintenance, improvements, and equipment, and other building and
improvement projects.



5019.12.  The department shall keep a record of all expenditures
chargeable against each specific portion of the fund. Any
unencumbered balance in any portion of the fund, either within three
months after completion of the project for which the portion was
transferred or within three years from the time the portion was
transferred or deposited therein, whichever is earlier, shall be
withdrawn from the revolving fund and transferred to the credit of
the fund from which the appropriation was made. As to funds from
other than state appropriations, they shall be paid out or refunded
as provided in the agreement relating to the contributions. The
Department of Finance may approve an extension of the time of
withdrawal. For the purpose of this section an estimate, prepared by
the department upon receipt of bids, of the amount required for
supervision, engineering, and other items, if any, necessary for the
completion of a project, on which a construction contract has been
awarded, shall be deemed a valid encumbrance and shall be included
with any other valid encumbrances in determining the amount of an
unencumbered balance.



5019.13.  At any time the department, without furnishing a voucher
or itemized statement, may withdraw from the Parks Project Revolving
Fund a sum not to exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
Any sum withdrawn pursuant to this section shall be used as a
revolving fund where payments of compensation earned or cash advances
are necessary with respect to the construction, alteration, repair,
or improvement of state buildings.



5019.14.  The department shall annually submit to the Department of
Finance a report that reconciles, by project, all of the following:
   (a) Amounts transferred to the revolving fund.
   (b) Amounts expended from the revolving fund.
   (c) In cases of project savings or completion, or both, unexpended
amounts withdrawn from the fund and transferred to the credit of the
fund, paid out, or refunded, as provided in Section 5019.12.



5019.15.  This article shall become inoperative on January 1, 2012,
and, as of January 1, 2013, is repealed, unless a later enacted
statute that is enacted before January 1, 2012, deletes or extends
the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5019.10-5019.15

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5019.10-5019.15



5019.10.  (a) The Parks Project Revolving Fund is hereby established
in the State Treasury. Except as otherwise specified in this
section, upon approval of the Department of Finance there shall be
transferred to, or deposited in, the fund all money appropriated,
contributed, or made available from any source, including sources
other than state appropriations, for expenditure on work within the
powers and duties of the department with respect to the construction,
alteration, repair, and improvement of state park facilities,
including, but not limited to, services, new construction, major
construction and equipment, minor construction, maintenance,
improvements, and equipment, and other building and improvement
projects for which an appropriation is made or, as to funds from
sources other than state appropriations, as may be authorized by
written agreement between the contributor or contributors of funds
and the department and approved by the Department of Finance.
   (b) Money from state sources transferred to, or deposited in, the
fund for major construction shall be limited to the amount necessary
based on receipt of competitive bids. Money transferred for this
purpose shall be upon the approval of the Department of Finance. Any
amount available, in the state appropriation, which is in excess of
the amount necessary based on receipt of competitive bids, shall be
immediately transferred to the credit of the fund from which the
appropriation was made. Money in the fund also may be expended, upon
approval of the Department of Finance, to finance the cost of a
construction project within the powers and duties of the department
for which the federal government will contribute a partial cost
thereof, if written evidence has been received from a federal agency
indicating that that money has been appropriated by Congress and the
federal government, and that the federal government will pay to the
state the amount specified upon the completion of construction of the
project. The director may approve plans, specifications and
estimates of cost, and advertise for and receive bids on, those
projects in anticipation of the receipt of the written evidence.
Money transferred or deposited for the purposes of this subdivision
is available for expenditure by the department for the purposes for
which appropriated, contributed, or made available, without regard to
fiscal years and irrespective of the provisions of Section 13340 of
the Government Code.
   (c) As used in this article, "fund" means the Parks Project
Revolving Fund.


5019.11.  The department shall file against the fund all claims
covering expenditures incurred in connection with services, new
construction, major construction and equipment, minor construction,
maintenance, improvements, and equipment, and other building and
improvement projects.



5019.12.  The department shall keep a record of all expenditures
chargeable against each specific portion of the fund. Any
unencumbered balance in any portion of the fund, either within three
months after completion of the project for which the portion was
transferred or within three years from the time the portion was
transferred or deposited therein, whichever is earlier, shall be
withdrawn from the revolving fund and transferred to the credit of
the fund from which the appropriation was made. As to funds from
other than state appropriations, they shall be paid out or refunded
as provided in the agreement relating to the contributions. The
Department of Finance may approve an extension of the time of
withdrawal. For the purpose of this section an estimate, prepared by
the department upon receipt of bids, of the amount required for
supervision, engineering, and other items, if any, necessary for the
completion of a project, on which a construction contract has been
awarded, shall be deemed a valid encumbrance and shall be included
with any other valid encumbrances in determining the amount of an
unencumbered balance.



5019.13.  At any time the department, without furnishing a voucher
or itemized statement, may withdraw from the Parks Project Revolving
Fund a sum not to exceed five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
Any sum withdrawn pursuant to this section shall be used as a
revolving fund where payments of compensation earned or cash advances
are necessary with respect to the construction, alteration, repair,
or improvement of state buildings.



5019.14.  The department shall annually submit to the Department of
Finance a report that reconciles, by project, all of the following:
   (a) Amounts transferred to the revolving fund.
   (b) Amounts expended from the revolving fund.
   (c) In cases of project savings or completion, or both, unexpended
amounts withdrawn from the fund and transferred to the credit of the
fund, paid out, or refunded, as provided in Section 5019.12.



5019.15.  This article shall become inoperative on January 1, 2012,
and, as of January 1, 2013, is repealed, unless a later enacted
statute that is enacted before January 1, 2012, deletes or extends
the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed.


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