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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.351



5096.351.  (a) The Legislature has recognized the need to protect
and restore the fragile environment at Lake Tahoe; and the Tahoe
Regional Planning Agency has prepared an Environmental Improvement
Program that outlines a capital outlay approach to help achieve
environmental thresholds in the Lake Tahoe Basin, which allocates
funding responsibilities over the first 10 years of the program in
the amounts of approximately two hundred seventy-four million dollars
($274,000,000) to the State of California, two hundred ninety-seven
million dollars ($297,000,000) to the federal government, eighty-two
million dollars ($82,000,000) to the State of Nevada, one hundred one
million dollars ($101,000,000) to local governments, and one hundred
fifty-three million dollars ($153,000,000) to the private sector.
   (b) Funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (n) of Section
5096.310 shall be available for expenditure for the development,
restoration, acquisition from a willing seller, and enhancement of
real property, by the California Tahoe Conservancy within the Lake
Tahoe region pursuant to Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905)
of the Government Code for the following purposes:
   (1) Protecting the natural environment through preservation of
environmentally sensitive lands, soil erosion control, restoration or
enhancement of watershed lands, and restoration or enhancement of
streams and other natural areas.
   (2) Providing public access and public recreation opportunities.
   (3) Enhancing and restoring wildlife areas.
   (c) The provision of these funds is to meet applicable state
responsibilities pursuant to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency's
Environmental Improvement Program.
   (d) The allocation of these funds has been made in the expectation
that the federal government, the State of Nevada, local
jurisdictions, and the private sector will fulfill their respective
obligations pursuant to the Environmental Improvement Program. The
secretary shall report annually to the Legislature on the progress of
the development and implementation of the Environmental Improvement
Program, and the provision of these funds may be restricted in the
event that the parties are found to be making inadequate progress or
are not making good faith efforts towards fulfilling their respective
obligations.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.351

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.351



5096.351.  (a) The Legislature has recognized the need to protect
and restore the fragile environment at Lake Tahoe; and the Tahoe
Regional Planning Agency has prepared an Environmental Improvement
Program that outlines a capital outlay approach to help achieve
environmental thresholds in the Lake Tahoe Basin, which allocates
funding responsibilities over the first 10 years of the program in
the amounts of approximately two hundred seventy-four million dollars
($274,000,000) to the State of California, two hundred ninety-seven
million dollars ($297,000,000) to the federal government, eighty-two
million dollars ($82,000,000) to the State of Nevada, one hundred one
million dollars ($101,000,000) to local governments, and one hundred
fifty-three million dollars ($153,000,000) to the private sector.
   (b) Funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (n) of Section
5096.310 shall be available for expenditure for the development,
restoration, acquisition from a willing seller, and enhancement of
real property, by the California Tahoe Conservancy within the Lake
Tahoe region pursuant to Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905)
of the Government Code for the following purposes:
   (1) Protecting the natural environment through preservation of
environmentally sensitive lands, soil erosion control, restoration or
enhancement of watershed lands, and restoration or enhancement of
streams and other natural areas.
   (2) Providing public access and public recreation opportunities.
   (3) Enhancing and restoring wildlife areas.
   (c) The provision of these funds is to meet applicable state
responsibilities pursuant to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency's
Environmental Improvement Program.
   (d) The allocation of these funds has been made in the expectation
that the federal government, the State of Nevada, local
jurisdictions, and the private sector will fulfill their respective
obligations pursuant to the Environmental Improvement Program. The
secretary shall report annually to the Legislature on the progress of
the development and implementation of the Environmental Improvement
Program, and the provision of these funds may be restricted in the
event that the parties are found to be making inadequate progress or
are not making good faith efforts towards fulfilling their respective
obligations.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.351

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.351



5096.351.  (a) The Legislature has recognized the need to protect
and restore the fragile environment at Lake Tahoe; and the Tahoe
Regional Planning Agency has prepared an Environmental Improvement
Program that outlines a capital outlay approach to help achieve
environmental thresholds in the Lake Tahoe Basin, which allocates
funding responsibilities over the first 10 years of the program in
the amounts of approximately two hundred seventy-four million dollars
($274,000,000) to the State of California, two hundred ninety-seven
million dollars ($297,000,000) to the federal government, eighty-two
million dollars ($82,000,000) to the State of Nevada, one hundred one
million dollars ($101,000,000) to local governments, and one hundred
fifty-three million dollars ($153,000,000) to the private sector.
   (b) Funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (n) of Section
5096.310 shall be available for expenditure for the development,
restoration, acquisition from a willing seller, and enhancement of
real property, by the California Tahoe Conservancy within the Lake
Tahoe region pursuant to Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905)
of the Government Code for the following purposes:
   (1) Protecting the natural environment through preservation of
environmentally sensitive lands, soil erosion control, restoration or
enhancement of watershed lands, and restoration or enhancement of
streams and other natural areas.
   (2) Providing public access and public recreation opportunities.
   (3) Enhancing and restoring wildlife areas.
   (c) The provision of these funds is to meet applicable state
responsibilities pursuant to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency's
Environmental Improvement Program.
   (d) The allocation of these funds has been made in the expectation
that the federal government, the State of Nevada, local
jurisdictions, and the private sector will fulfill their respective
obligations pursuant to the Environmental Improvement Program. The
secretary shall report annually to the Legislature on the progress of
the development and implementation of the Environmental Improvement
Program, and the provision of these funds may be restricted in the
event that the parties are found to be making inadequate progress or
are not making good faith efforts towards fulfilling their respective
obligations.


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