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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.352



5096.352.  Funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (o) of Section
5096.310 shall be available for expenditure by the State Coastal
Conservancy pursuant to Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000)
for the acquisition from a willing seller, preservation, restoration,
and enhancement of real property or an interest in real property in
coastal areas and watersheds within its jurisdiction and the
development of public use facilities in those areas in accordance
with the following schedule:
   (a) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) for projects funded
pursuant to the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
established pursuant to Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 31160)
of Division 21.
   (b) (1) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be made
available to the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project to fund grants
to public entities and nonprofit organizations to implement storm
water and urban runoff pollution prevention programs, habitat
restoration, and other priority actions specified in the Santa Monica
Restoration Plan. The Santa Monica Bay Watershed Council shall
determine project eligibility and establish grant priority.
   (2) The Santa Monica Bay Watershed Council or the State Coastal
Conservancy may require the grant recipient to provide a portion of
matching funds for any funding received. The council or the state
conservancy may use the funds as matching funds for federal or other
grant funding.
   (c) Sixty-four million two hundred thousand dollars ($64,200,000)
of the funds available may be expended by the State Coastal
Conservancy directly or as grants to government entities and
nonprofit organizations for the purposes of Division 21 (commencing
with Section 31000), and for the following and related purposes,
including, but not limited to, the acquisition, enhancement,
restoration, protection, and development of coastal resources,
beaches, waterfronts, and public accessways in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1) An amount not to exceed three million dollars ($3,000,000) may
be expended on regional approaches to reduce beach erosion. Up to
thirteen million dollars ($13,000,000) shall be made available for
the restoration and protection of the Upper Newport Bay Ecological
Reserve.
   (2) At least fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) shall be
expended in coastal areas north of the Gualala River.
   (3) At least twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be
expended within Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, or Santa
Barbara Counties. One million dollars ($1,000,000) shall be allocated
to the City of Monterey to fund public access and open space along
the waterfront for the Window on the Bay.
   (4) At least five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be expended
on completion of the Coastal Trail.
   (5) Two million dollars ($2,000,000) shall be dedicated to
projects for the Guadalupe River Trail and the San Francisco Bay
Ridge Trail.
   (d) Twenty-two million dollars ($22,000,000) may be expended by
the State Coastal Conservancy directly or as grants to government
entities and nonprofit organizations consistent with Division 21
(commencing with Section 31000), and for administrative costs in
connection therewith, for the acquisition, development,
rehabilitation, restoration, enhancement, and protection of real
property, or other actions that benefit fish and wildlife. At least
ten million dollars ($10,000,000) of those funds shall be expended in
coastal areas north of the Gualala River. Eight hundred thousand
dollars ($800,000) shall be spent to restore the arroyo chub,
partially armored stickleback, and southern steelhead fisheries to
their native creeks of San Mateo Creek, and its tributary Devil
Canyon Creek, and San Onofre Creek located in San Diego County.
   (e) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be available,
upon appropriation by the Legislature, to the State Coastal
Conservancy and the Department of Fish and Game for direct
expenditure and for grants to public agencies and nonprofit
organizations to protect, restore, acquire, and enhance habitat for
salmon. These funds may be used to match federal funding available
for those purposes.
   (f) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) of the funds shall
be allocated to acquire, protect, and restore wetlands projects that
are a minimum of 400 acres in size in any county with a population
greater than 5,000,000.
   (g) Twelve million five hundred thousand dollars ($12,500,000)
shall be allocated to acquire land needed to connect important
coastal watershed and scenic areas in the Laguna Coast Wilderness
Park.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.352

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.352



5096.352.  Funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (o) of Section
5096.310 shall be available for expenditure by the State Coastal
Conservancy pursuant to Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000)
for the acquisition from a willing seller, preservation, restoration,
and enhancement of real property or an interest in real property in
coastal areas and watersheds within its jurisdiction and the
development of public use facilities in those areas in accordance
with the following schedule:
   (a) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) for projects funded
pursuant to the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
established pursuant to Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 31160)
of Division 21.
   (b) (1) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be made
available to the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project to fund grants
to public entities and nonprofit organizations to implement storm
water and urban runoff pollution prevention programs, habitat
restoration, and other priority actions specified in the Santa Monica
Restoration Plan. The Santa Monica Bay Watershed Council shall
determine project eligibility and establish grant priority.
   (2) The Santa Monica Bay Watershed Council or the State Coastal
Conservancy may require the grant recipient to provide a portion of
matching funds for any funding received. The council or the state
conservancy may use the funds as matching funds for federal or other
grant funding.
   (c) Sixty-four million two hundred thousand dollars ($64,200,000)
of the funds available may be expended by the State Coastal
Conservancy directly or as grants to government entities and
nonprofit organizations for the purposes of Division 21 (commencing
with Section 31000), and for the following and related purposes,
including, but not limited to, the acquisition, enhancement,
restoration, protection, and development of coastal resources,
beaches, waterfronts, and public accessways in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1) An amount not to exceed three million dollars ($3,000,000) may
be expended on regional approaches to reduce beach erosion. Up to
thirteen million dollars ($13,000,000) shall be made available for
the restoration and protection of the Upper Newport Bay Ecological
Reserve.
   (2) At least fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) shall be
expended in coastal areas north of the Gualala River.
   (3) At least twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be
expended within Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, or Santa
Barbara Counties. One million dollars ($1,000,000) shall be allocated
to the City of Monterey to fund public access and open space along
the waterfront for the Window on the Bay.
   (4) At least five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be expended
on completion of the Coastal Trail.
   (5) Two million dollars ($2,000,000) shall be dedicated to
projects for the Guadalupe River Trail and the San Francisco Bay
Ridge Trail.
   (d) Twenty-two million dollars ($22,000,000) may be expended by
the State Coastal Conservancy directly or as grants to government
entities and nonprofit organizations consistent with Division 21
(commencing with Section 31000), and for administrative costs in
connection therewith, for the acquisition, development,
rehabilitation, restoration, enhancement, and protection of real
property, or other actions that benefit fish and wildlife. At least
ten million dollars ($10,000,000) of those funds shall be expended in
coastal areas north of the Gualala River. Eight hundred thousand
dollars ($800,000) shall be spent to restore the arroyo chub,
partially armored stickleback, and southern steelhead fisheries to
their native creeks of San Mateo Creek, and its tributary Devil
Canyon Creek, and San Onofre Creek located in San Diego County.
   (e) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be available,
upon appropriation by the Legislature, to the State Coastal
Conservancy and the Department of Fish and Game for direct
expenditure and for grants to public agencies and nonprofit
organizations to protect, restore, acquire, and enhance habitat for
salmon. These funds may be used to match federal funding available
for those purposes.
   (f) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) of the funds shall
be allocated to acquire, protect, and restore wetlands projects that
are a minimum of 400 acres in size in any county with a population
greater than 5,000,000.
   (g) Twelve million five hundred thousand dollars ($12,500,000)
shall be allocated to acquire land needed to connect important
coastal watershed and scenic areas in the Laguna Coast Wilderness
Park.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.352

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.352



5096.352.  Funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (o) of Section
5096.310 shall be available for expenditure by the State Coastal
Conservancy pursuant to Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000)
for the acquisition from a willing seller, preservation, restoration,
and enhancement of real property or an interest in real property in
coastal areas and watersheds within its jurisdiction and the
development of public use facilities in those areas in accordance
with the following schedule:
   (a) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) for projects funded
pursuant to the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
established pursuant to Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 31160)
of Division 21.
   (b) (1) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be made
available to the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project to fund grants
to public entities and nonprofit organizations to implement storm
water and urban runoff pollution prevention programs, habitat
restoration, and other priority actions specified in the Santa Monica
Restoration Plan. The Santa Monica Bay Watershed Council shall
determine project eligibility and establish grant priority.
   (2) The Santa Monica Bay Watershed Council or the State Coastal
Conservancy may require the grant recipient to provide a portion of
matching funds for any funding received. The council or the state
conservancy may use the funds as matching funds for federal or other
grant funding.
   (c) Sixty-four million two hundred thousand dollars ($64,200,000)
of the funds available may be expended by the State Coastal
Conservancy directly or as grants to government entities and
nonprofit organizations for the purposes of Division 21 (commencing
with Section 31000), and for the following and related purposes,
including, but not limited to, the acquisition, enhancement,
restoration, protection, and development of coastal resources,
beaches, waterfronts, and public accessways in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1) An amount not to exceed three million dollars ($3,000,000) may
be expended on regional approaches to reduce beach erosion. Up to
thirteen million dollars ($13,000,000) shall be made available for
the restoration and protection of the Upper Newport Bay Ecological
Reserve.
   (2) At least fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) shall be
expended in coastal areas north of the Gualala River.
   (3) At least twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be
expended within Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, or Santa
Barbara Counties. One million dollars ($1,000,000) shall be allocated
to the City of Monterey to fund public access and open space along
the waterfront for the Window on the Bay.
   (4) At least five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be expended
on completion of the Coastal Trail.
   (5) Two million dollars ($2,000,000) shall be dedicated to
projects for the Guadalupe River Trail and the San Francisco Bay
Ridge Trail.
   (d) Twenty-two million dollars ($22,000,000) may be expended by
the State Coastal Conservancy directly or as grants to government
entities and nonprofit organizations consistent with Division 21
(commencing with Section 31000), and for administrative costs in
connection therewith, for the acquisition, development,
rehabilitation, restoration, enhancement, and protection of real
property, or other actions that benefit fish and wildlife. At least
ten million dollars ($10,000,000) of those funds shall be expended in
coastal areas north of the Gualala River. Eight hundred thousand
dollars ($800,000) shall be spent to restore the arroyo chub,
partially armored stickleback, and southern steelhead fisheries to
their native creeks of San Mateo Creek, and its tributary Devil
Canyon Creek, and San Onofre Creek located in San Diego County.
   (e) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be available,
upon appropriation by the Legislature, to the State Coastal
Conservancy and the Department of Fish and Game for direct
expenditure and for grants to public agencies and nonprofit
organizations to protect, restore, acquire, and enhance habitat for
salmon. These funds may be used to match federal funding available
for those purposes.
   (f) Twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) of the funds shall
be allocated to acquire, protect, and restore wetlands projects that
are a minimum of 400 acres in size in any county with a population
greater than 5,000,000.
   (g) Twelve million five hundred thousand dollars ($12,500,000)
shall be allocated to acquire land needed to connect important
coastal watershed and scenic areas in the Laguna Coast Wilderness
Park.

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