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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75060



75060.  The sum of five hundred forty million dollars ($540,000,000)
shall be available for the protection of beaches, bays and coastal
waters and watersheds, including projects to prevent contamination
and degradation of coastal waters and watersheds, projects to protect
and restore the natural habitat values of coastal waters and lands,
and projects and expenditures to promote access to and enjoyment of
the coastal resources of the state, in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
available to the state board for the purpose of matching grants for
protecting beaches and coastal waters from pollution and toxic
contamination pursuant to the Clean Beaches Program, Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 30915) of Division 20.4. Not less than
$35,000,000 shall be for grants to local public agencies to assist
those agencies to comply with the discharge prohibition into Areas of
Special Biological Significance contained in the California Ocean
Plan. Not less than 20% of the funds allocated by this subdivision
shall be available to the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission.
   (b) The sum of one hundred thirty five million dollars
($135,000,000) shall be available for the State Coastal Conservancy
for expenditure pursuant to Division 21.
   (c) The sum of one hundred eight million dollars ($108,000,000)
shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
pursuant to Chapter 4.5 of Division 21. Not less than 20% of the
funds allocated by this paragraph shall be expended on projects in
watersheds draining directly to the Pacific Ocean.
   (d) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) for the
protection of the Santa Monica Bay and its watersheds shall be
available as follows:
   (1) To the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy pursuant to Division
23 (commencing with Section 33000) . . . $20,000,000.
   (2) To the Baldwin Hills Conservancy for the protection of the
Ballona Creek/Baldwin Hills watershed . . . $10,000,000.
   (3) To the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy. . . $15,000,000.
   (e) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) for the
protection of Monterey Bay and its watersheds shall be available to
the State Coastal Conservancy.
   (f) The sum of twenty seven million dollars ($27,000,000) for the
protection of San Diego Bay and adjacent watersheds shall be
available to the State Coastal Conservancy.
   (g) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
allocated to the California Ocean Protection Trust Fund (Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 35650) of Division 26.5) and available for
the purposes of projects consistent with Section 35650. Priority
projects shall include the development of scientific data needed to
adaptively manage the state's marine resources and reserves,
including the development of marine habitat maps, the development and
implementation of projects to foster sustainable fisheries using
loans and grants, and the development and implementation of projects
to conserve marine wildlife.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 75060

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75060



75060.  The sum of five hundred forty million dollars ($540,000,000)
shall be available for the protection of beaches, bays and coastal
waters and watersheds, including projects to prevent contamination
and degradation of coastal waters and watersheds, projects to protect
and restore the natural habitat values of coastal waters and lands,
and projects and expenditures to promote access to and enjoyment of
the coastal resources of the state, in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
available to the state board for the purpose of matching grants for
protecting beaches and coastal waters from pollution and toxic
contamination pursuant to the Clean Beaches Program, Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 30915) of Division 20.4. Not less than
$35,000,000 shall be for grants to local public agencies to assist
those agencies to comply with the discharge prohibition into Areas of
Special Biological Significance contained in the California Ocean
Plan. Not less than 20% of the funds allocated by this subdivision
shall be available to the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission.
   (b) The sum of one hundred thirty five million dollars
($135,000,000) shall be available for the State Coastal Conservancy
for expenditure pursuant to Division 21.
   (c) The sum of one hundred eight million dollars ($108,000,000)
shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
pursuant to Chapter 4.5 of Division 21. Not less than 20% of the
funds allocated by this paragraph shall be expended on projects in
watersheds draining directly to the Pacific Ocean.
   (d) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) for the
protection of the Santa Monica Bay and its watersheds shall be
available as follows:
   (1) To the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy pursuant to Division
23 (commencing with Section 33000) . . . $20,000,000.
   (2) To the Baldwin Hills Conservancy for the protection of the
Ballona Creek/Baldwin Hills watershed . . . $10,000,000.
   (3) To the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy. . . $15,000,000.
   (e) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) for the
protection of Monterey Bay and its watersheds shall be available to
the State Coastal Conservancy.
   (f) The sum of twenty seven million dollars ($27,000,000) for the
protection of San Diego Bay and adjacent watersheds shall be
available to the State Coastal Conservancy.
   (g) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
allocated to the California Ocean Protection Trust Fund (Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 35650) of Division 26.5) and available for
the purposes of projects consistent with Section 35650. Priority
projects shall include the development of scientific data needed to
adaptively manage the state's marine resources and reserves,
including the development of marine habitat maps, the development and
implementation of projects to foster sustainable fisheries using
loans and grants, and the development and implementation of projects
to conserve marine wildlife.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 75060

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75060



75060.  The sum of five hundred forty million dollars ($540,000,000)
shall be available for the protection of beaches, bays and coastal
waters and watersheds, including projects to prevent contamination
and degradation of coastal waters and watersheds, projects to protect
and restore the natural habitat values of coastal waters and lands,
and projects and expenditures to promote access to and enjoyment of
the coastal resources of the state, in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
available to the state board for the purpose of matching grants for
protecting beaches and coastal waters from pollution and toxic
contamination pursuant to the Clean Beaches Program, Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 30915) of Division 20.4. Not less than
$35,000,000 shall be for grants to local public agencies to assist
those agencies to comply with the discharge prohibition into Areas of
Special Biological Significance contained in the California Ocean
Plan. Not less than 20% of the funds allocated by this subdivision
shall be available to the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission.
   (b) The sum of one hundred thirty five million dollars
($135,000,000) shall be available for the State Coastal Conservancy
for expenditure pursuant to Division 21.
   (c) The sum of one hundred eight million dollars ($108,000,000)
shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
pursuant to Chapter 4.5 of Division 21. Not less than 20% of the
funds allocated by this paragraph shall be expended on projects in
watersheds draining directly to the Pacific Ocean.
   (d) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) for the
protection of the Santa Monica Bay and its watersheds shall be
available as follows:
   (1) To the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy pursuant to Division
23 (commencing with Section 33000) . . . $20,000,000.
   (2) To the Baldwin Hills Conservancy for the protection of the
Ballona Creek/Baldwin Hills watershed . . . $10,000,000.
   (3) To the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy. . . $15,000,000.
   (e) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) for the
protection of Monterey Bay and its watersheds shall be available to
the State Coastal Conservancy.
   (f) The sum of twenty seven million dollars ($27,000,000) for the
protection of San Diego Bay and adjacent watersheds shall be
available to the State Coastal Conservancy.
   (g) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
allocated to the California Ocean Protection Trust Fund (Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 35650) of Division 26.5) and available for
the purposes of projects consistent with Section 35650. Priority
projects shall include the development of scientific data needed to
adaptively manage the state's marine resources and reserves,
including the development of marine habitat maps, the development and
implementation of projects to foster sustainable fisheries using
loans and grants, and the development and implementation of projects
to conserve marine wildlife.


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