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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.40-5079.44



5079.40.  The office shall award grants on a competitive basis to
public agencies and nonprofit organizations for the preservation of
historical resources. A grant made pursuant to this article may not
exceed the lesser of one million dollars ($1,000,000) or 50 percent
of the cost of the project. A grant may be awarded on a
noncompetitive basis for emergency purposes only.



5079.41.  The office shall adopt guidelines, subject to the approval
of the commission, for determination of the amount of matching funds
required, if any, for a grant.



5079.42.  A public agency may enter into an agreement with a
nonprofit organization for the purpose of carrying out a historical
resource preservation project funded by a grant made pursuant to this
article.


5079.43.  After completion of the historical resource preservation
project, the grant recipient shall return to the office the amount of
the grant that exceeds the eligible project costs.



5079.44.  The office shall consult as needed with the appropriate
city or county in order to assess the historical significance of
historical resources in connection with an historical resource
preservation project proposed pursuant to this article by a nonprofit
organization.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.40-5079.44

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.40-5079.44



5079.40.  The office shall award grants on a competitive basis to
public agencies and nonprofit organizations for the preservation of
historical resources. A grant made pursuant to this article may not
exceed the lesser of one million dollars ($1,000,000) or 50 percent
of the cost of the project. A grant may be awarded on a
noncompetitive basis for emergency purposes only.



5079.41.  The office shall adopt guidelines, subject to the approval
of the commission, for determination of the amount of matching funds
required, if any, for a grant.



5079.42.  A public agency may enter into an agreement with a
nonprofit organization for the purpose of carrying out a historical
resource preservation project funded by a grant made pursuant to this
article.


5079.43.  After completion of the historical resource preservation
project, the grant recipient shall return to the office the amount of
the grant that exceeds the eligible project costs.



5079.44.  The office shall consult as needed with the appropriate
city or county in order to assess the historical significance of
historical resources in connection with an historical resource
preservation project proposed pursuant to this article by a nonprofit
organization.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.40-5079.44

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.40-5079.44



5079.40.  The office shall award grants on a competitive basis to
public agencies and nonprofit organizations for the preservation of
historical resources. A grant made pursuant to this article may not
exceed the lesser of one million dollars ($1,000,000) or 50 percent
of the cost of the project. A grant may be awarded on a
noncompetitive basis for emergency purposes only.



5079.41.  The office shall adopt guidelines, subject to the approval
of the commission, for determination of the amount of matching funds
required, if any, for a grant.



5079.42.  A public agency may enter into an agreement with a
nonprofit organization for the purpose of carrying out a historical
resource preservation project funded by a grant made pursuant to this
article.


5079.43.  After completion of the historical resource preservation
project, the grant recipient shall return to the office the amount of
the grant that exceeds the eligible project costs.



5079.44.  The office shall consult as needed with the appropriate
city or county in order to assess the historical significance of
historical resources in connection with an historical resource
preservation project proposed pursuant to this article by a nonprofit
organization.

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