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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.244



5096.244.  (a) The State Coastal Conservancy shall prepare and adopt
priorities, criteria, and procedures for the making of grants to
local public agencies or nonprofit organizations pursuant to Section
5096.232.
   The procedures shall specify the categories of expenditures for
grants, and shall include procedures for the submittal, review, and
approval of applications, disbursements, and, where appropriate,
repayment of grant funds.
   (b) An application for a grant pursuant to this article shall be
submitted to the State Coastal Conservancy for evaluation, review of
adequacy, and classification as a park, beach, coastal access, or
other project necessary to protect coastal resource values.
   (c) The minimum amount that may be applied for any individual
project is one thousand dollars ($1,000).
   (d) Every application for a grant shall comply with the provisions
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000)).
   (e) Funds granted pursuant to Section 5096.232 may be expended for
development, rehabilitation, or restoration only on lands owned by,
or subject to a lease or other interest held by, the applicant. If
those lands are not owned by the applicant, the applicant shall first
demonstrate to the satisfaction of the State Coastal Conservancy
that the development, rehabilitation, or restoration will provide
benefits commensurate with the type and duration of interest in land
held by the applicant.
   (f) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.232 may be
disbursed until the applicant agrees that any property acquired or
developed with the funds shall be used by the applicant only for the
purpose for which the funds were requested and that no other use,
sale, or other disposition of the property shall be permitted except
by specific act of the Legislature. If the use of the property is
changed to one other than permitted under the category in Section
5096.232 from which the funds were appropriated, or the property is
sold or otherwise disposed of, an amount equal to the amount of the
grant or equal to the fair market value of the real property, or
portion thereof, acquired or developed with the grant, whichever is
greater, shall be used by the local public agency or the nonprofit
organization for a purpose authorized in that category or shall be
reimbursed to the State Coastal Conservancy Fund of 1984 for a use
authorized in that category.
   (g) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.232 may be
disbursed unless the applicant agrees to maintain and operate the
property acquired or developed pursuant to this article for a period
commensurate with the type of project and the proportion of state
grant funds and local funds allocated to the capital costs of the
project.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.244

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.244



5096.244.  (a) The State Coastal Conservancy shall prepare and adopt
priorities, criteria, and procedures for the making of grants to
local public agencies or nonprofit organizations pursuant to Section
5096.232.
   The procedures shall specify the categories of expenditures for
grants, and shall include procedures for the submittal, review, and
approval of applications, disbursements, and, where appropriate,
repayment of grant funds.
   (b) An application for a grant pursuant to this article shall be
submitted to the State Coastal Conservancy for evaluation, review of
adequacy, and classification as a park, beach, coastal access, or
other project necessary to protect coastal resource values.
   (c) The minimum amount that may be applied for any individual
project is one thousand dollars ($1,000).
   (d) Every application for a grant shall comply with the provisions
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000)).
   (e) Funds granted pursuant to Section 5096.232 may be expended for
development, rehabilitation, or restoration only on lands owned by,
or subject to a lease or other interest held by, the applicant. If
those lands are not owned by the applicant, the applicant shall first
demonstrate to the satisfaction of the State Coastal Conservancy
that the development, rehabilitation, or restoration will provide
benefits commensurate with the type and duration of interest in land
held by the applicant.
   (f) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.232 may be
disbursed until the applicant agrees that any property acquired or
developed with the funds shall be used by the applicant only for the
purpose for which the funds were requested and that no other use,
sale, or other disposition of the property shall be permitted except
by specific act of the Legislature. If the use of the property is
changed to one other than permitted under the category in Section
5096.232 from which the funds were appropriated, or the property is
sold or otherwise disposed of, an amount equal to the amount of the
grant or equal to the fair market value of the real property, or
portion thereof, acquired or developed with the grant, whichever is
greater, shall be used by the local public agency or the nonprofit
organization for a purpose authorized in that category or shall be
reimbursed to the State Coastal Conservancy Fund of 1984 for a use
authorized in that category.
   (g) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.232 may be
disbursed unless the applicant agrees to maintain and operate the
property acquired or developed pursuant to this article for a period
commensurate with the type of project and the proportion of state
grant funds and local funds allocated to the capital costs of the
project.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.244

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.244



5096.244.  (a) The State Coastal Conservancy shall prepare and adopt
priorities, criteria, and procedures for the making of grants to
local public agencies or nonprofit organizations pursuant to Section
5096.232.
   The procedures shall specify the categories of expenditures for
grants, and shall include procedures for the submittal, review, and
approval of applications, disbursements, and, where appropriate,
repayment of grant funds.
   (b) An application for a grant pursuant to this article shall be
submitted to the State Coastal Conservancy for evaluation, review of
adequacy, and classification as a park, beach, coastal access, or
other project necessary to protect coastal resource values.
   (c) The minimum amount that may be applied for any individual
project is one thousand dollars ($1,000).
   (d) Every application for a grant shall comply with the provisions
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000)).
   (e) Funds granted pursuant to Section 5096.232 may be expended for
development, rehabilitation, or restoration only on lands owned by,
or subject to a lease or other interest held by, the applicant. If
those lands are not owned by the applicant, the applicant shall first
demonstrate to the satisfaction of the State Coastal Conservancy
that the development, rehabilitation, or restoration will provide
benefits commensurate with the type and duration of interest in land
held by the applicant.
   (f) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.232 may be
disbursed until the applicant agrees that any property acquired or
developed with the funds shall be used by the applicant only for the
purpose for which the funds were requested and that no other use,
sale, or other disposition of the property shall be permitted except
by specific act of the Legislature. If the use of the property is
changed to one other than permitted under the category in Section
5096.232 from which the funds were appropriated, or the property is
sold or otherwise disposed of, an amount equal to the amount of the
grant or equal to the fair market value of the real property, or
portion thereof, acquired or developed with the grant, whichever is
greater, shall be used by the local public agency or the nonprofit
organization for a purpose authorized in that category or shall be
reimbursed to the State Coastal Conservancy Fund of 1984 for a use
authorized in that category.
   (g) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.232 may be
disbursed unless the applicant agrees to maintain and operate the
property acquired or developed pursuant to this article for a period
commensurate with the type of project and the proportion of state
grant funds and local funds allocated to the capital costs of the
project.

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