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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5099.2-5099.7



5099.2.  The director shall maintain and keep up to date a
comprehensive plan for the development of the outdoor recreation
resources of the state. Such plan shall be prepared so that it meets
the requirements of the "Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965"
(Public Law 88-578; 78 Stat. 897) with respect to grants to the
states under that act.



5099.3.  The director shall apply to the Department of the Interior
of the United States for participation in or the receipt of aid under
the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965. He shall enter
into contracts and agreements with the Department of the Interior of
the United States, keep financial and other records relating thereto,
and furnish to appropriate officials thereof such reports and
information as may be reasonably necessary to enable such officials
to perform their duties under the act. In connection with obtaining
the benefits of the act, the director shall coordinate his activities
with, and represent the interests of, all state and local
governmental agencies and subdivisions of the state having interests
in the planning, development, and maintenance of outdoor recreation
resources and facilities. In so doing, the director shall give equal
consideration to urban and rural areas in disbursing the fund.



5099.35.  The Legislature recognizes that it is the intended purpose
of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965, as expressed in
such act, that such federal financial assistance as may be provided
to the state pursuant to the act shall be in addition to, rather than
as a substitute for, state and local outdoor recreation funds.




5099.4.  The director may receive, on behalf of state and local
agencies and subdivisions of the state, and disburse any federal
funds for outdoor recreation purposes received pursuant to the act.
Such funds shall be deposited in the Special Deposit Fund in the
State Treasury provided for by Section 16370 of the Government Code,
and may be expended under such terms and conditions as may be
required by the federal government.



5099.5.  The director shall make no commitment or enter into any
agreement pursuant to an exercise of authority under this chapter
until he has determined that any money or property required to be
furnished as the state's share, if any, of project cost is available
for such purpose. It is the legislative intent that, to such extent
as may be necessary to assure the proper operation and maintenance of
areas and facilities acquired or developed pursuant to the act
participated in by this state under authority of this chapter, such
areas and facilities shall be publicly maintained for outdoor
recreation purposes. The director may enter into and administer
agreements with the Department of the Interior of the United States
for planning, acquisition, and development projects involving
participation in or receipt of aid under the act on behalf of any
local governmental agency or subdivision of this state.



5099.7.  The director, after receiving a report from the health
officer pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 115885 of the Health
and Safety Code, shall withhold any funds that are received on or
after the effective date of this section from any local agency or
subdivision of the state in which a public beach is located and that
is in violation of the standards established pursuant to Section
115880 of the Health and Safety Code. The director may disburse any
of those funds to the local agency or subdivision only when he or she
determines the standards established pursuant to Section 115880 of
the Health and Safety Code are being complied with.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5099.2-5099.7

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5099.2-5099.7



5099.2.  The director shall maintain and keep up to date a
comprehensive plan for the development of the outdoor recreation
resources of the state. Such plan shall be prepared so that it meets
the requirements of the "Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965"
(Public Law 88-578; 78 Stat. 897) with respect to grants to the
states under that act.



5099.3.  The director shall apply to the Department of the Interior
of the United States for participation in or the receipt of aid under
the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965. He shall enter
into contracts and agreements with the Department of the Interior of
the United States, keep financial and other records relating thereto,
and furnish to appropriate officials thereof such reports and
information as may be reasonably necessary to enable such officials
to perform their duties under the act. In connection with obtaining
the benefits of the act, the director shall coordinate his activities
with, and represent the interests of, all state and local
governmental agencies and subdivisions of the state having interests
in the planning, development, and maintenance of outdoor recreation
resources and facilities. In so doing, the director shall give equal
consideration to urban and rural areas in disbursing the fund.



5099.35.  The Legislature recognizes that it is the intended purpose
of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965, as expressed in
such act, that such federal financial assistance as may be provided
to the state pursuant to the act shall be in addition to, rather than
as a substitute for, state and local outdoor recreation funds.




5099.4.  The director may receive, on behalf of state and local
agencies and subdivisions of the state, and disburse any federal
funds for outdoor recreation purposes received pursuant to the act.
Such funds shall be deposited in the Special Deposit Fund in the
State Treasury provided for by Section 16370 of the Government Code,
and may be expended under such terms and conditions as may be
required by the federal government.



5099.5.  The director shall make no commitment or enter into any
agreement pursuant to an exercise of authority under this chapter
until he has determined that any money or property required to be
furnished as the state's share, if any, of project cost is available
for such purpose. It is the legislative intent that, to such extent
as may be necessary to assure the proper operation and maintenance of
areas and facilities acquired or developed pursuant to the act
participated in by this state under authority of this chapter, such
areas and facilities shall be publicly maintained for outdoor
recreation purposes. The director may enter into and administer
agreements with the Department of the Interior of the United States
for planning, acquisition, and development projects involving
participation in or receipt of aid under the act on behalf of any
local governmental agency or subdivision of this state.



5099.7.  The director, after receiving a report from the health
officer pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 115885 of the Health
and Safety Code, shall withhold any funds that are received on or
after the effective date of this section from any local agency or
subdivision of the state in which a public beach is located and that
is in violation of the standards established pursuant to Section
115880 of the Health and Safety Code. The director may disburse any
of those funds to the local agency or subdivision only when he or she
determines the standards established pursuant to Section 115880 of
the Health and Safety Code are being complied with.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5099.2-5099.7

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5099.2-5099.7



5099.2.  The director shall maintain and keep up to date a
comprehensive plan for the development of the outdoor recreation
resources of the state. Such plan shall be prepared so that it meets
the requirements of the "Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965"
(Public Law 88-578; 78 Stat. 897) with respect to grants to the
states under that act.



5099.3.  The director shall apply to the Department of the Interior
of the United States for participation in or the receipt of aid under
the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965. He shall enter
into contracts and agreements with the Department of the Interior of
the United States, keep financial and other records relating thereto,
and furnish to appropriate officials thereof such reports and
information as may be reasonably necessary to enable such officials
to perform their duties under the act. In connection with obtaining
the benefits of the act, the director shall coordinate his activities
with, and represent the interests of, all state and local
governmental agencies and subdivisions of the state having interests
in the planning, development, and maintenance of outdoor recreation
resources and facilities. In so doing, the director shall give equal
consideration to urban and rural areas in disbursing the fund.



5099.35.  The Legislature recognizes that it is the intended purpose
of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965, as expressed in
such act, that such federal financial assistance as may be provided
to the state pursuant to the act shall be in addition to, rather than
as a substitute for, state and local outdoor recreation funds.




5099.4.  The director may receive, on behalf of state and local
agencies and subdivisions of the state, and disburse any federal
funds for outdoor recreation purposes received pursuant to the act.
Such funds shall be deposited in the Special Deposit Fund in the
State Treasury provided for by Section 16370 of the Government Code,
and may be expended under such terms and conditions as may be
required by the federal government.



5099.5.  The director shall make no commitment or enter into any
agreement pursuant to an exercise of authority under this chapter
until he has determined that any money or property required to be
furnished as the state's share, if any, of project cost is available
for such purpose. It is the legislative intent that, to such extent
as may be necessary to assure the proper operation and maintenance of
areas and facilities acquired or developed pursuant to the act
participated in by this state under authority of this chapter, such
areas and facilities shall be publicly maintained for outdoor
recreation purposes. The director may enter into and administer
agreements with the Department of the Interior of the United States
for planning, acquisition, and development projects involving
participation in or receipt of aid under the act on behalf of any
local governmental agency or subdivision of this state.



5099.7.  The director, after receiving a report from the health
officer pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 115885 of the Health
and Safety Code, shall withhold any funds that are received on or
after the effective date of this section from any local agency or
subdivision of the state in which a public beach is located and that
is in violation of the standards established pursuant to Section
115880 of the Health and Safety Code. The director may disburse any
of those funds to the local agency or subdivision only when he or she
determines the standards established pursuant to Section 115880 of
the Health and Safety Code are being complied with.


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