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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.20-5079.28



5079.20.  (a) Pursuant to the Property Acquisition Law (Part 11
(commencing with Section 15850) of Division 3 of Title 2 of the
Government Code), the State Public Works Board may acquire, on behalf
of the office, fee title, or any lesser interest, in any real
property whose preservation is required to meet the policies and
objectives of the California Register, including any interest
required to provide public access to cultural or historical
resources.
   (b) The office may accept gifts or dedications of real property in
order to meet the purposes of this chapter.
   (c) The office may enter into an option to purchase real property
in order to meet the purposes of this chapter.



5079.21.  The office may acquire and hold historical resources,
artifacts, or objects, or any interest therein, that are required to
provide public access to cultural or historical resources. These
items may be acquired by purchase, option to purchase, gift,
exchange, dedication, or any combination thereof.



5079.22.  The office may, in order to carry out historic
preservation projects for purposes of Article 2 (commencing with
Section 5020) of Chapter 1 and Article 2 (commencing with Section
5079.10) of this chapter, initiate, negotiate, and participate in
agreements for the preservation and management of historical
resources under its control with public agencies, nonprofit
organizations, private entities, or individuals, and enter into any
other agreements authorized by state law.



5079.23.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director
of General Services, when so requested by the office, may lease,
rent, sell, exchange, or otherwise transfer any real property, or
interest therein or option to purchase, acquired under this chapter,
provided that the Director of General Services determines that the
action is in the best interests of the state. The Department of
General Services shall be reimbursed for any services rendered
pursuant to this section.



5079.24.  The commission shall adopt, and the office shall
implement, appropriate procedures to ensure that real property
transactions undertaken pursuant to this chapter are carried out in
the public interest and with proper notice to the public.




5079.25.  Money in the fund shall be available, upon appropriation
by the Legislature, for loans and grants to public agencies and
nonprofit organizations to carry out the purposes of this chapter. No
loan or grant shall be made except pursuant to an agreement with the
office, and subject to terms and conditions approved by the
commission, that ensure that the loan or grant carries out the
purposes of this chapter.



5079.26.  (a) The office shall encourage and support historical
resource preservation through education activities, including
publications and training, that further the policies set forth in
Section 5079.
   (b) The office may enter into contracts with public agencies,
nonprofit organizations, or private entities for this purpose and may
make grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations to carry
out these activities.



5079.27.  The office may select and contract with other state
agencies and with private entities and individuals to provide
services necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter and
Section 5020.4.



5079.28.  Criteria for the selection of projects shall include, but
not be limited to, all of the following:
   (a) The project is representative of the concerns and needs of a
broad range of constituencies or an underrepresented constituency.
   (b) The proposal considers aspects of the broad political, social,
and economic issues of the present and their implications for the
future preservation of historical resources.
   (c) The project effectively links historical resources
preservation issues and concerns with other public policy areas.
   (d) The project strengthens and fosters the role of local
communities in historical resources preservation issues.
   (e) The project supports and enhances the capacity of public
policy planning processes to accommodate historical resources
preservation issues and concerns.
   (f) The project enhances the historic preservation program of
certified local governments, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section
5020.1, and is consistent with the support of the office of
certified local government programs.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.20-5079.28

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.20-5079.28



5079.20.  (a) Pursuant to the Property Acquisition Law (Part 11
(commencing with Section 15850) of Division 3 of Title 2 of the
Government Code), the State Public Works Board may acquire, on behalf
of the office, fee title, or any lesser interest, in any real
property whose preservation is required to meet the policies and
objectives of the California Register, including any interest
required to provide public access to cultural or historical
resources.
   (b) The office may accept gifts or dedications of real property in
order to meet the purposes of this chapter.
   (c) The office may enter into an option to purchase real property
in order to meet the purposes of this chapter.



5079.21.  The office may acquire and hold historical resources,
artifacts, or objects, or any interest therein, that are required to
provide public access to cultural or historical resources. These
items may be acquired by purchase, option to purchase, gift,
exchange, dedication, or any combination thereof.



5079.22.  The office may, in order to carry out historic
preservation projects for purposes of Article 2 (commencing with
Section 5020) of Chapter 1 and Article 2 (commencing with Section
5079.10) of this chapter, initiate, negotiate, and participate in
agreements for the preservation and management of historical
resources under its control with public agencies, nonprofit
organizations, private entities, or individuals, and enter into any
other agreements authorized by state law.



5079.23.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director
of General Services, when so requested by the office, may lease,
rent, sell, exchange, or otherwise transfer any real property, or
interest therein or option to purchase, acquired under this chapter,
provided that the Director of General Services determines that the
action is in the best interests of the state. The Department of
General Services shall be reimbursed for any services rendered
pursuant to this section.



5079.24.  The commission shall adopt, and the office shall
implement, appropriate procedures to ensure that real property
transactions undertaken pursuant to this chapter are carried out in
the public interest and with proper notice to the public.




5079.25.  Money in the fund shall be available, upon appropriation
by the Legislature, for loans and grants to public agencies and
nonprofit organizations to carry out the purposes of this chapter. No
loan or grant shall be made except pursuant to an agreement with the
office, and subject to terms and conditions approved by the
commission, that ensure that the loan or grant carries out the
purposes of this chapter.



5079.26.  (a) The office shall encourage and support historical
resource preservation through education activities, including
publications and training, that further the policies set forth in
Section 5079.
   (b) The office may enter into contracts with public agencies,
nonprofit organizations, or private entities for this purpose and may
make grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations to carry
out these activities.



5079.27.  The office may select and contract with other state
agencies and with private entities and individuals to provide
services necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter and
Section 5020.4.



5079.28.  Criteria for the selection of projects shall include, but
not be limited to, all of the following:
   (a) The project is representative of the concerns and needs of a
broad range of constituencies or an underrepresented constituency.
   (b) The proposal considers aspects of the broad political, social,
and economic issues of the present and their implications for the
future preservation of historical resources.
   (c) The project effectively links historical resources
preservation issues and concerns with other public policy areas.
   (d) The project strengthens and fosters the role of local
communities in historical resources preservation issues.
   (e) The project supports and enhances the capacity of public
policy planning processes to accommodate historical resources
preservation issues and concerns.
   (f) The project enhances the historic preservation program of
certified local governments, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section
5020.1, and is consistent with the support of the office of
certified local government programs.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.20-5079.28

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.20-5079.28



5079.20.  (a) Pursuant to the Property Acquisition Law (Part 11
(commencing with Section 15850) of Division 3 of Title 2 of the
Government Code), the State Public Works Board may acquire, on behalf
of the office, fee title, or any lesser interest, in any real
property whose preservation is required to meet the policies and
objectives of the California Register, including any interest
required to provide public access to cultural or historical
resources.
   (b) The office may accept gifts or dedications of real property in
order to meet the purposes of this chapter.
   (c) The office may enter into an option to purchase real property
in order to meet the purposes of this chapter.



5079.21.  The office may acquire and hold historical resources,
artifacts, or objects, or any interest therein, that are required to
provide public access to cultural or historical resources. These
items may be acquired by purchase, option to purchase, gift,
exchange, dedication, or any combination thereof.



5079.22.  The office may, in order to carry out historic
preservation projects for purposes of Article 2 (commencing with
Section 5020) of Chapter 1 and Article 2 (commencing with Section
5079.10) of this chapter, initiate, negotiate, and participate in
agreements for the preservation and management of historical
resources under its control with public agencies, nonprofit
organizations, private entities, or individuals, and enter into any
other agreements authorized by state law.



5079.23.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director
of General Services, when so requested by the office, may lease,
rent, sell, exchange, or otherwise transfer any real property, or
interest therein or option to purchase, acquired under this chapter,
provided that the Director of General Services determines that the
action is in the best interests of the state. The Department of
General Services shall be reimbursed for any services rendered
pursuant to this section.



5079.24.  The commission shall adopt, and the office shall
implement, appropriate procedures to ensure that real property
transactions undertaken pursuant to this chapter are carried out in
the public interest and with proper notice to the public.




5079.25.  Money in the fund shall be available, upon appropriation
by the Legislature, for loans and grants to public agencies and
nonprofit organizations to carry out the purposes of this chapter. No
loan or grant shall be made except pursuant to an agreement with the
office, and subject to terms and conditions approved by the
commission, that ensure that the loan or grant carries out the
purposes of this chapter.



5079.26.  (a) The office shall encourage and support historical
resource preservation through education activities, including
publications and training, that further the policies set forth in
Section 5079.
   (b) The office may enter into contracts with public agencies,
nonprofit organizations, or private entities for this purpose and may
make grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations to carry
out these activities.



5079.27.  The office may select and contract with other state
agencies and with private entities and individuals to provide
services necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter and
Section 5020.4.



5079.28.  Criteria for the selection of projects shall include, but
not be limited to, all of the following:
   (a) The project is representative of the concerns and needs of a
broad range of constituencies or an underrepresented constituency.
   (b) The proposal considers aspects of the broad political, social,
and economic issues of the present and their implications for the
future preservation of historical resources.
   (c) The project effectively links historical resources
preservation issues and concerns with other public policy areas.
   (d) The project strengthens and fosters the role of local
communities in historical resources preservation issues.
   (e) The project supports and enhances the capacity of public
policy planning processes to accommodate historical resources
preservation issues and concerns.
   (f) The project enhances the historic preservation program of
certified local governments, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section
5020.1, and is consistent with the support of the office of
certified local government programs.


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