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Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.231-5096.232

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.231-5096.232



5096.231.  All money deposited in the Parklands Fund of 1984 shall
be available for appropriation in the manner set forth in Section
5096.260 for the purposes set forth below in amounts not to exceed
the following:

       For grants to counties, cities,
       and districts
       for the acquisition,
       development,
       rehabilitation, or restoration
       of real
       property for park, beach,
       recreational, or
       historical resources
       preservation purposes,
       including an amount not to
       exceed
   (a)                                  $150,000,000
       $1,500,000 for state
       administrative costs
       directly incurred in connection
       therewith,
       and further including the
       amount of
       $1,500,000 for grants to
       nonprofit
       organizations as provided in
       category (5),
       in accordance with the
       following schedule:
       Schedule:
            Seventy-eight million five
            hundred
            thousand dollars
            ($78,500,000) for the
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for park,
        (1) beach, and recreational
            purposes;
            provided, however, that
            each county
            shall be entitled to
            receive not less
            than two hundred thousand
            dollars
            ($200,000).
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for the development,
            rehabilitation,
            or restoration of real
        (2) property
            consisting of locally and
            regionally
            operated lakes, reservoirs
            and
            waterways.
            Forty-five million dollars
            ($45,000,-
            000) for expenditure by
            the
            Department of Parks and
            Recreation
            for the purposes of the
            Roberti-Z'berg Urban Open-
            spaces
            and Recreation Program Act
        (3) (commencing with Section
            5620 of
            the Public Resources
            Code);
            provided however, that
            notwithstanding Section
            5627, funds
            made available pursuant to
            this
            category may be expended
            only for
            capital outlay purposes.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            acquisition, development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of historical
        (4) resources and for
            historical resources
            preservation projects and
            costs of
            planning and
            interpretation.
            One million five hundred
            thousand
            dollars ($1,500,000) for
            the acquisition,
            development,
        (5) rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for park
            and recreational purposes
            by nonprofit organizations.
       For acquisition, development,
       rehabilitation, or restoration
       of real property for the
   (b)                                  $145,000,000
       state park system in accordance
       with the
       following schedule:.............
       Schedule:
            Forty-five million dollars
            ($45,000-
            000) for acquisition of
            real property
            inside the boundaries of
            existing projects or units
            or as additions to
            existing
        (1) projects or units;
            provided, however,
            that not more than ten
            million dollars
            ($10,000,000) shall be
            expended on
            any one project or unit of
            the state
            park system.
            Forty million five hundred
            thousand
            dollars ($40,500,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of
        (2) coastal resources, other
            than coastal
            resources in or on San
            Francisco Bay,
            in accordance with the
            following
            schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Twenty-eight million
                 five
                 hundred thousand
                 dollars
             (A) ($28,500,000) within
                 San Diego
                 County through Santa
                 Barbara
                 County.
                 Seven million five
                 hundred
                 thousand dollars
                 ($7,500,000)
             (B) within San Luis
                 Obispo County
                 through the City and
                 County of
                 San Francisco.
                 Four million five
                 hundred
                 thousand dollars
             (C) ($4,500,000)
                 within Marin County
                 through
                 Del Norte County.
            Fourteen million five
            hundred thousand dollars
            ($14,500,000) for devel-
            opment, rehabilitation, or
        (3) restoration
            of resources in or on San
            Francisco
            Bay.
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
        (4) for development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of inland
            resources.
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration at lakes,
            reservoirs, and
        (5)
            waterways, including state
            water facilities, as
            defined in paragraphs (1)
            to (4), inclusive, of
            subdivision (d) of
            Section 12934 of the Water
            Code.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            the repair of storm damage
        (6) and
            construction to prevent
            future storm
            damage.
            Three million dollars
            ($3,000,000) for
            planning, development,
            rehabilitation,
        (7) restoration, or
            interpretive facilities in
            support of volunteer commu-
            nity action projects for
            the state park
            system.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            the increased stewardship
            of the
            public investment in the
        (8) protection
            of the most critical
            natural and scenic
            features of the existing
            state park
            system.
            Two million dollars
            ($2,000,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
        (9) restoration of real
            property for the
            state park system within
            the
            Sacramento-San Joaquin
            Delta.
       For the acquisition,
       development, or
       restoration of real property
       for wildlife
       management in accordance with
       the
       provisions of the Wildlife
       Conservation
   (c) Law of 1947 (Chapter 4           $25,000,000
       (commencing with
       Section 1300) of Division 2 of
       the Fish and
       Game Code), including costs for
       planning
       and interpretation in
       accordance with the
       following schedule:.............
       Schedule:
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for the acquisition,
            development,
        (1)
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for wildlife
            management.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            the acquisition,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of habitat for
            any bird,
            mammal, fish, amphibia or
            reptile
            declared rare or
            endangered
        (2)
            pursuant to the Federal
            Endangered
            Species Act of 1973 (Title
            16, United
            States Code Sec. 1531 et
            seq.) and
            subsequent amendments or
            designated by state
            statute as fully
            protected.
            This subdivision shall
            become operative only if
            Senate Bill 512 of the
            1983-84 Regular Session of
   (d)  (1) the Legislature is
            approved by the voters, in
            which case, subdivision
            (c) of this section shall
            not be operative.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) to
            the Santa Monica Mountains
            Conservancy for the
            purposes set forth in Di-
            vision 23 (commencing with
        (2) Section
            33000), and for
            administrative costs
            directly incurred in
            connection
            therewith.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            expenditure by the
            Wildlife Conservation
            Board pursuant to the Wild-
            life Conservation Law of
            1947 (Chapter 4
        (3) (commencing with Section
            1300) of Division 2 of the
            Fish and
            Game Code in accordance
            with the
            following schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Three million dollars
                 ($3,000,-
                 000) for development,
             (A) rehabilitation, or
                 restoration of
                 real property for
                 coastal fishing
                 piers.
                 Two million dollars
                 ($2,000,-
                 000) for acquisition,
             (B) development,
                 rehabilitation, or
                 restoration of real
                 property for wildlife-
                 oriented public use
                 projects.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or resto-
        (4) ration of real property
            for the state
            park system in accordance
            with the
            following schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Five million dollars
                 ($5,000,000) in
                 augmentation
                 of subdivision (b)
                 for development and
                 restoration of
             (A) historical resources
                 and for historical
                 resources
                 preservation projects
                 and costs of planning
                 and
                 interpretation.
                 Three million dollars
                 ($3,000,-
             (B)
                 000) in augmentation
                 of category (4) of
                 subdivision (b).
                 Two million dollars
                 ($2,000,-
             (C)
                 000) in augmentation
                 of category (2) of
                 subdivision (b).




5096.232.  All money deposited in the State Coastal Conservancy Fund
of 1984, not to exceed fifty million dollars ($50,000,000), shall be
available for appropriation in the manner set forth in Section
5096.260 for the purposes set forth below in amounts not to exceed
the following: (a) Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for the
purposes set forth in Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000),
and for state administrative costs directly incurred in connection
therewith. (b) Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for grant to
local public agencies or nonprofit organizations for projects in the
San Francisco Bay and the Suisun Marsh of which not less than five
million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be allocated to urban waterfront
projects, and for state admin- istrative costs directly incurred in
connection therewith. (c) Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) for
grants to local public agencies or nonprofit organizations to
acquire, develop, or restore real property that consist of projects
provided for in local coastal programs pursuant to Division 20
(commencing with Section 30000), and for state administrative costs
directly incurred in connection therewith.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.231-5096.232

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.231-5096.232



5096.231.  All money deposited in the Parklands Fund of 1984 shall
be available for appropriation in the manner set forth in Section
5096.260 for the purposes set forth below in amounts not to exceed
the following:

       For grants to counties, cities,
       and districts
       for the acquisition,
       development,
       rehabilitation, or restoration
       of real
       property for park, beach,
       recreational, or
       historical resources
       preservation purposes,
       including an amount not to
       exceed
   (a)                                  $150,000,000
       $1,500,000 for state
       administrative costs
       directly incurred in connection
       therewith,
       and further including the
       amount of
       $1,500,000 for grants to
       nonprofit
       organizations as provided in
       category (5),
       in accordance with the
       following schedule:
       Schedule:
            Seventy-eight million five
            hundred
            thousand dollars
            ($78,500,000) for the
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for park,
        (1) beach, and recreational
            purposes;
            provided, however, that
            each county
            shall be entitled to
            receive not less
            than two hundred thousand
            dollars
            ($200,000).
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for the development,
            rehabilitation,
            or restoration of real
        (2) property
            consisting of locally and
            regionally
            operated lakes, reservoirs
            and
            waterways.
            Forty-five million dollars
            ($45,000,-
            000) for expenditure by
            the
            Department of Parks and
            Recreation
            for the purposes of the
            Roberti-Z'berg Urban Open-
            spaces
            and Recreation Program Act
        (3) (commencing with Section
            5620 of
            the Public Resources
            Code);
            provided however, that
            notwithstanding Section
            5627, funds
            made available pursuant to
            this
            category may be expended
            only for
            capital outlay purposes.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            acquisition, development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of historical
        (4) resources and for
            historical resources
            preservation projects and
            costs of
            planning and
            interpretation.
            One million five hundred
            thousand
            dollars ($1,500,000) for
            the acquisition,
            development,
        (5) rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for park
            and recreational purposes
            by nonprofit organizations.
       For acquisition, development,
       rehabilitation, or restoration
       of real property for the
   (b)                                  $145,000,000
       state park system in accordance
       with the
       following schedule:.............
       Schedule:
            Forty-five million dollars
            ($45,000-
            000) for acquisition of
            real property
            inside the boundaries of
            existing projects or units
            or as additions to
            existing
        (1) projects or units;
            provided, however,
            that not more than ten
            million dollars
            ($10,000,000) shall be
            expended on
            any one project or unit of
            the state
            park system.
            Forty million five hundred
            thousand
            dollars ($40,500,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of
        (2) coastal resources, other
            than coastal
            resources in or on San
            Francisco Bay,
            in accordance with the
            following
            schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Twenty-eight million
                 five
                 hundred thousand
                 dollars
             (A) ($28,500,000) within
                 San Diego
                 County through Santa
                 Barbara
                 County.
                 Seven million five
                 hundred
                 thousand dollars
                 ($7,500,000)
             (B) within San Luis
                 Obispo County
                 through the City and
                 County of
                 San Francisco.
                 Four million five
                 hundred
                 thousand dollars
             (C) ($4,500,000)
                 within Marin County
                 through
                 Del Norte County.
            Fourteen million five
            hundred thousand dollars
            ($14,500,000) for devel-
            opment, rehabilitation, or
        (3) restoration
            of resources in or on San
            Francisco
            Bay.
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
        (4) for development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of inland
            resources.
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration at lakes,
            reservoirs, and
        (5)
            waterways, including state
            water facilities, as
            defined in paragraphs (1)
            to (4), inclusive, of
            subdivision (d) of
            Section 12934 of the Water
            Code.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            the repair of storm damage
        (6) and
            construction to prevent
            future storm
            damage.
            Three million dollars
            ($3,000,000) for
            planning, development,
            rehabilitation,
        (7) restoration, or
            interpretive facilities in
            support of volunteer commu-
            nity action projects for
            the state park
            system.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            the increased stewardship
            of the
            public investment in the
        (8) protection
            of the most critical
            natural and scenic
            features of the existing
            state park
            system.
            Two million dollars
            ($2,000,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
        (9) restoration of real
            property for the
            state park system within
            the
            Sacramento-San Joaquin
            Delta.
       For the acquisition,
       development, or
       restoration of real property
       for wildlife
       management in accordance with
       the
       provisions of the Wildlife
       Conservation
   (c) Law of 1947 (Chapter 4           $25,000,000
       (commencing with
       Section 1300) of Division 2 of
       the Fish and
       Game Code), including costs for
       planning
       and interpretation in
       accordance with the
       following schedule:.............
       Schedule:
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for the acquisition,
            development,
        (1)
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for wildlife
            management.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            the acquisition,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of habitat for
            any bird,
            mammal, fish, amphibia or
            reptile
            declared rare or
            endangered
        (2)
            pursuant to the Federal
            Endangered
            Species Act of 1973 (Title
            16, United
            States Code Sec. 1531 et
            seq.) and
            subsequent amendments or
            designated by state
            statute as fully
            protected.
            This subdivision shall
            become operative only if
            Senate Bill 512 of the
            1983-84 Regular Session of
   (d)  (1) the Legislature is
            approved by the voters, in
            which case, subdivision
            (c) of this section shall
            not be operative.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) to
            the Santa Monica Mountains
            Conservancy for the
            purposes set forth in Di-
            vision 23 (commencing with
        (2) Section
            33000), and for
            administrative costs
            directly incurred in
            connection
            therewith.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            expenditure by the
            Wildlife Conservation
            Board pursuant to the Wild-
            life Conservation Law of
            1947 (Chapter 4
        (3) (commencing with Section
            1300) of Division 2 of the
            Fish and
            Game Code in accordance
            with the
            following schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Three million dollars
                 ($3,000,-
                 000) for development,
             (A) rehabilitation, or
                 restoration of
                 real property for
                 coastal fishing
                 piers.
                 Two million dollars
                 ($2,000,-
                 000) for acquisition,
             (B) development,
                 rehabilitation, or
                 restoration of real
                 property for wildlife-
                 oriented public use
                 projects.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or resto-
        (4) ration of real property
            for the state
            park system in accordance
            with the
            following schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Five million dollars
                 ($5,000,000) in
                 augmentation
                 of subdivision (b)
                 for development and
                 restoration of
             (A) historical resources
                 and for historical
                 resources
                 preservation projects
                 and costs of planning
                 and
                 interpretation.
                 Three million dollars
                 ($3,000,-
             (B)
                 000) in augmentation
                 of category (4) of
                 subdivision (b).
                 Two million dollars
                 ($2,000,-
             (C)
                 000) in augmentation
                 of category (2) of
                 subdivision (b).




5096.232.  All money deposited in the State Coastal Conservancy Fund
of 1984, not to exceed fifty million dollars ($50,000,000), shall be
available for appropriation in the manner set forth in Section
5096.260 for the purposes set forth below in amounts not to exceed
the following: (a) Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for the
purposes set forth in Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000),
and for state administrative costs directly incurred in connection
therewith. (b) Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for grant to
local public agencies or nonprofit organizations for projects in the
San Francisco Bay and the Suisun Marsh of which not less than five
million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be allocated to urban waterfront
projects, and for state admin- istrative costs directly incurred in
connection therewith. (c) Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) for
grants to local public agencies or nonprofit organizations to
acquire, develop, or restore real property that consist of projects
provided for in local coastal programs pursuant to Division 20
(commencing with Section 30000), and for state administrative costs
directly incurred in connection therewith.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.231-5096.232

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.231-5096.232



5096.231.  All money deposited in the Parklands Fund of 1984 shall
be available for appropriation in the manner set forth in Section
5096.260 for the purposes set forth below in amounts not to exceed
the following:

       For grants to counties, cities,
       and districts
       for the acquisition,
       development,
       rehabilitation, or restoration
       of real
       property for park, beach,
       recreational, or
       historical resources
       preservation purposes,
       including an amount not to
       exceed
   (a)                                  $150,000,000
       $1,500,000 for state
       administrative costs
       directly incurred in connection
       therewith,
       and further including the
       amount of
       $1,500,000 for grants to
       nonprofit
       organizations as provided in
       category (5),
       in accordance with the
       following schedule:
       Schedule:
            Seventy-eight million five
            hundred
            thousand dollars
            ($78,500,000) for the
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for park,
        (1) beach, and recreational
            purposes;
            provided, however, that
            each county
            shall be entitled to
            receive not less
            than two hundred thousand
            dollars
            ($200,000).
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for the development,
            rehabilitation,
            or restoration of real
        (2) property
            consisting of locally and
            regionally
            operated lakes, reservoirs
            and
            waterways.
            Forty-five million dollars
            ($45,000,-
            000) for expenditure by
            the
            Department of Parks and
            Recreation
            for the purposes of the
            Roberti-Z'berg Urban Open-
            spaces
            and Recreation Program Act
        (3) (commencing with Section
            5620 of
            the Public Resources
            Code);
            provided however, that
            notwithstanding Section
            5627, funds
            made available pursuant to
            this
            category may be expended
            only for
            capital outlay purposes.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            acquisition, development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of historical
        (4) resources and for
            historical resources
            preservation projects and
            costs of
            planning and
            interpretation.
            One million five hundred
            thousand
            dollars ($1,500,000) for
            the acquisition,
            development,
        (5) rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for park
            and recreational purposes
            by nonprofit organizations.
       For acquisition, development,
       rehabilitation, or restoration
       of real property for the
   (b)                                  $145,000,000
       state park system in accordance
       with the
       following schedule:.............
       Schedule:
            Forty-five million dollars
            ($45,000-
            000) for acquisition of
            real property
            inside the boundaries of
            existing projects or units
            or as additions to
            existing
        (1) projects or units;
            provided, however,
            that not more than ten
            million dollars
            ($10,000,000) shall be
            expended on
            any one project or unit of
            the state
            park system.
            Forty million five hundred
            thousand
            dollars ($40,500,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of
        (2) coastal resources, other
            than coastal
            resources in or on San
            Francisco Bay,
            in accordance with the
            following
            schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Twenty-eight million
                 five
                 hundred thousand
                 dollars
             (A) ($28,500,000) within
                 San Diego
                 County through Santa
                 Barbara
                 County.
                 Seven million five
                 hundred
                 thousand dollars
                 ($7,500,000)
             (B) within San Luis
                 Obispo County
                 through the City and
                 County of
                 San Francisco.
                 Four million five
                 hundred
                 thousand dollars
             (C) ($4,500,000)
                 within Marin County
                 through
                 Del Norte County.
            Fourteen million five
            hundred thousand dollars
            ($14,500,000) for devel-
            opment, rehabilitation, or
        (3) restoration
            of resources in or on San
            Francisco
            Bay.
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
        (4) for development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of inland
            resources.
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for development,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration at lakes,
            reservoirs, and
        (5)
            waterways, including state
            water facilities, as
            defined in paragraphs (1)
            to (4), inclusive, of
            subdivision (d) of
            Section 12934 of the Water
            Code.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            the repair of storm damage
        (6) and
            construction to prevent
            future storm
            damage.
            Three million dollars
            ($3,000,000) for
            planning, development,
            rehabilitation,
        (7) restoration, or
            interpretive facilities in
            support of volunteer commu-
            nity action projects for
            the state park
            system.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            the increased stewardship
            of the
            public investment in the
        (8) protection
            of the most critical
            natural and scenic
            features of the existing
            state park
            system.
            Two million dollars
            ($2,000,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or
        (9) restoration of real
            property for the
            state park system within
            the
            Sacramento-San Joaquin
            Delta.
       For the acquisition,
       development, or
       restoration of real property
       for wildlife
       management in accordance with
       the
       provisions of the Wildlife
       Conservation
   (c) Law of 1947 (Chapter 4           $25,000,000
       (commencing with
       Section 1300) of Division 2 of
       the Fish and
       Game Code), including costs for
       planning
       and interpretation in
       accordance with the
       following schedule:.............
       Schedule:
            Fifteen million dollars
            ($15,000,000)
            for the acquisition,
            development,
        (1)
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of real
            property for wildlife
            management.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            the acquisition,
            rehabilitation, or
            restoration of habitat for
            any bird,
            mammal, fish, amphibia or
            reptile
            declared rare or
            endangered
        (2)
            pursuant to the Federal
            Endangered
            Species Act of 1973 (Title
            16, United
            States Code Sec. 1531 et
            seq.) and
            subsequent amendments or
            designated by state
            statute as fully
            protected.
            This subdivision shall
            become operative only if
            Senate Bill 512 of the
            1983-84 Regular Session of
   (d)  (1) the Legislature is
            approved by the voters, in
            which case, subdivision
            (c) of this section shall
            not be operative.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) to
            the Santa Monica Mountains
            Conservancy for the
            purposes set forth in Di-
            vision 23 (commencing with
        (2) Section
            33000), and for
            administrative costs
            directly incurred in
            connection
            therewith.
            Five million dollars
            ($5,000,000) for
            expenditure by the
            Wildlife Conservation
            Board pursuant to the Wild-
            life Conservation Law of
            1947 (Chapter 4
        (3) (commencing with Section
            1300) of Division 2 of the
            Fish and
            Game Code in accordance
            with the
            following schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Three million dollars
                 ($3,000,-
                 000) for development,
             (A) rehabilitation, or
                 restoration of
                 real property for
                 coastal fishing
                 piers.
                 Two million dollars
                 ($2,000,-
                 000) for acquisition,
             (B) development,
                 rehabilitation, or
                 restoration of real
                 property for wildlife-
                 oriented public use
                 projects.
            Ten million dollars
            ($10,000,000) for
            development,
            rehabilitation, or resto-
        (4) ration of real property
            for the state
            park system in accordance
            with the
            following schedule:
            Schedule:
                 Five million dollars
                 ($5,000,000) in
                 augmentation
                 of subdivision (b)
                 for development and
                 restoration of
             (A) historical resources
                 and for historical
                 resources
                 preservation projects
                 and costs of planning
                 and
                 interpretation.
                 Three million dollars
                 ($3,000,-
             (B)
                 000) in augmentation
                 of category (4) of
                 subdivision (b).
                 Two million dollars
                 ($2,000,-
             (C)
                 000) in augmentation
                 of category (2) of
                 subdivision (b).




5096.232.  All money deposited in the State Coastal Conservancy Fund
of 1984, not to exceed fifty million dollars ($50,000,000), shall be
available for appropriation in the manner set forth in Section
5096.260 for the purposes set forth below in amounts not to exceed
the following: (a) Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for the
purposes set forth in Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000),
and for state administrative costs directly incurred in connection
therewith. (b) Fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) for grant to
local public agencies or nonprofit organizations for projects in the
San Francisco Bay and the Suisun Marsh of which not less than five
million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be allocated to urban waterfront
projects, and for state admin- istrative costs directly incurred in
connection therewith. (c) Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) for
grants to local public agencies or nonprofit organizations to
acquire, develop, or restore real property that consist of projects
provided for in local coastal programs pursuant to Division 20
(commencing with Section 30000), and for state administrative costs
directly incurred in connection therewith.


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