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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.10-5079.15



5079.10.  The California Heritage Fund is hereby created in the
State Treasury and shall be administered by the office. Money in the
fund shall be available, upon appropriation by the Legislature, to
implement laws providing for historical resource preservation,
including, but not limited to, Section 5028 and Executive Order
W-26-92, under criteria developed by the office and adopted by the
commission. The actual costs incurred by the office in connection
with administering and implementing the services and functions
authorized in this chapter shall be paid from the fund.



5079.11.  Unless otherwise provided by law, all funds received by
the office for the purposes of historical resource preservation shall
be deposited in the fund. The office and the Controller may
establish separate accounts in the fund for the purpose of separating
deposits according to their origin or intended purpose.




5079.12.  In addition to any public funds appropriated expressly for
the purposes of this chapter, the office may apply for and accept
grants, and accept gifts, donations, subventions, rents, royalties,
and other financial support, or real or personal property, from
private sources. All money received from private sources shall be
deposited in a separate account established pursuant to Section
5079.11 and, notwithstanding Section 5079.10, is hereby continuously
appropriated to the office for expenditure for historical resources
preservation projects pursuant to this chapter after notification to,
and project approval by, the Department of Finance.



5079.13.  The office shall deposit the proceeds from any lease,
rental, sale, exchange, or transfer of real property, or any interest
therein or option thereon, made pursuant to Section 5079.23, in the
fund, together with any other reimbursements, repayments, and income
received by the office, unless otherwise provided by law.




5079.14.  When a lease of real property is made to a private
individual, group, or entity, the office shall annually transfer an
amount not to exceed 25 percent of the gross income from the lease to
the city or, if in an unincorporated area, the county in which the
real property is located. Fifty percent of the funds received by the
city or county shall be used for historical preservation projects, as
approved by the office.



5079.15.  The office may apply for and receive emergency financial
support for projects and areas identified under federal and state
emergency and disaster guidelines. These funds shall be available for
expenditure for the purposes of this chapter and Article 2
(commencing with Section 5020) of Chapter 1 under criteria developed
by the office and adopted by the commission.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.10-5079.15

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.10-5079.15



5079.10.  The California Heritage Fund is hereby created in the
State Treasury and shall be administered by the office. Money in the
fund shall be available, upon appropriation by the Legislature, to
implement laws providing for historical resource preservation,
including, but not limited to, Section 5028 and Executive Order
W-26-92, under criteria developed by the office and adopted by the
commission. The actual costs incurred by the office in connection
with administering and implementing the services and functions
authorized in this chapter shall be paid from the fund.



5079.11.  Unless otherwise provided by law, all funds received by
the office for the purposes of historical resource preservation shall
be deposited in the fund. The office and the Controller may
establish separate accounts in the fund for the purpose of separating
deposits according to their origin or intended purpose.




5079.12.  In addition to any public funds appropriated expressly for
the purposes of this chapter, the office may apply for and accept
grants, and accept gifts, donations, subventions, rents, royalties,
and other financial support, or real or personal property, from
private sources. All money received from private sources shall be
deposited in a separate account established pursuant to Section
5079.11 and, notwithstanding Section 5079.10, is hereby continuously
appropriated to the office for expenditure for historical resources
preservation projects pursuant to this chapter after notification to,
and project approval by, the Department of Finance.



5079.13.  The office shall deposit the proceeds from any lease,
rental, sale, exchange, or transfer of real property, or any interest
therein or option thereon, made pursuant to Section 5079.23, in the
fund, together with any other reimbursements, repayments, and income
received by the office, unless otherwise provided by law.




5079.14.  When a lease of real property is made to a private
individual, group, or entity, the office shall annually transfer an
amount not to exceed 25 percent of the gross income from the lease to
the city or, if in an unincorporated area, the county in which the
real property is located. Fifty percent of the funds received by the
city or county shall be used for historical preservation projects, as
approved by the office.



5079.15.  The office may apply for and receive emergency financial
support for projects and areas identified under federal and state
emergency and disaster guidelines. These funds shall be available for
expenditure for the purposes of this chapter and Article 2
(commencing with Section 5020) of Chapter 1 under criteria developed
by the office and adopted by the commission.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.10-5079.15

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.10-5079.15



5079.10.  The California Heritage Fund is hereby created in the
State Treasury and shall be administered by the office. Money in the
fund shall be available, upon appropriation by the Legislature, to
implement laws providing for historical resource preservation,
including, but not limited to, Section 5028 and Executive Order
W-26-92, under criteria developed by the office and adopted by the
commission. The actual costs incurred by the office in connection
with administering and implementing the services and functions
authorized in this chapter shall be paid from the fund.



5079.11.  Unless otherwise provided by law, all funds received by
the office for the purposes of historical resource preservation shall
be deposited in the fund. The office and the Controller may
establish separate accounts in the fund for the purpose of separating
deposits according to their origin or intended purpose.




5079.12.  In addition to any public funds appropriated expressly for
the purposes of this chapter, the office may apply for and accept
grants, and accept gifts, donations, subventions, rents, royalties,
and other financial support, or real or personal property, from
private sources. All money received from private sources shall be
deposited in a separate account established pursuant to Section
5079.11 and, notwithstanding Section 5079.10, is hereby continuously
appropriated to the office for expenditure for historical resources
preservation projects pursuant to this chapter after notification to,
and project approval by, the Department of Finance.



5079.13.  The office shall deposit the proceeds from any lease,
rental, sale, exchange, or transfer of real property, or any interest
therein or option thereon, made pursuant to Section 5079.23, in the
fund, together with any other reimbursements, repayments, and income
received by the office, unless otherwise provided by law.




5079.14.  When a lease of real property is made to a private
individual, group, or entity, the office shall annually transfer an
amount not to exceed 25 percent of the gross income from the lease to
the city or, if in an unincorporated area, the county in which the
real property is located. Fifty percent of the funds received by the
city or county shall be used for historical preservation projects, as
approved by the office.



5079.15.  The office may apply for and receive emergency financial
support for projects and areas identified under federal and state
emergency and disaster guidelines. These funds shall be available for
expenditure for the purposes of this chapter and Article 2
(commencing with Section 5020) of Chapter 1 under criteria developed
by the office and adopted by the commission.


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