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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9061-9071



9061.  The chief shall be responsible to the director for properly
carrying out his functions under this division.



9062.  The chief shall assist in the formation, organization and
operation of resource conservation districts.



9063.  He may advise with organized resource conservation districts
as to plans and proposals relating to resource conservation
activities, and, when such plans or proposals are presented to him,
approve, disapprove, or suggest modifications of such plans or
proposals.



9064.  He may, with the approval of the State Resource Conservation
Commission, provide technical assistance to resource conservation
districts to aid cooperators in carrying out conservation practices
and to aid districts in developing plans for achieving their soil and
water conservation objectives. These plans shall include but not be
limited to watershed planning pursuant to the Watershed Protection
and Flood Prevention Act (Public Law 566, Chapter 656, 83rd Congress,
Second Session, as amended).



9065.  He may cooperate with the United States, any resource
conservation district, county, public district, or person in the
furtherance of the purposes of this division, and to that end may
receive and use contributions of funds or services or both for the
investigating of, or planning works for, the control of runoff or the
control or prevention of soil erosion.



9066.  Insofar as consistent with the duties, obligations and
responsibilities of other public agencies, the chief may promote
coordination of the activities of such agencies in furtherance of the
control of runoff and the prevention and control of soil erosion.




9067.  The chief may employ such clerical, technical, or other
assistants as he deems necessary.



9068.  The official headquarters of the chief shall be at
Sacramento, California.



9069.  All persons, other than temporary employees, serving in the
state civil service and engaged in the performance of a function
transferred to the Division of Resource Conservation, Department of
Conservation or engaged in the administration of a law, the
administration of which is transferred to said division, shall remain
in the state civil service and are hereby transferred to the
division on the effective date of this act. The status, positions,
and rights of such persons shall not be affected by their transfer
and shall continue to be retained by them pursuant to the State Civil
Service Act, except as to positions the duties of which are vested
in a position that is exempt from civil service.



9070.  All money available, including money which becomes available
after the effective date of this Division 9, for expenditure by any
department, division, board, authority, commission, or officer or
employee thereof, to be used in the administration of any function,
the exercise of any right, or performance of any duty, which
function, right or duty is transferred by this Division 9, shall be
transferred to the department, commission, division, board,
authority, or officer or employee thereof which is to administer the
function, exercise the right, or perform the duty.



9071.  The Division of Resource Conservation shall succeed to and is
hereby vested with all of the powers, duties, purposes,
responsibilities, and jurisdiction in matters pertaining to resource
conservation now or hereafter vested by law in the State Resource
Conservation Commission, or any officer or employee thereof. The
division shall have possession and control of all records, books,
papers, and other property, real, personal and mixed, now or
hereafter held for the benefit or use of the State Resource
Conservation Commission, except that property heretofore purchased or
acquired by the commission for the use of districts may be disposed
of by the commission pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section
9081) of this chapter.
   The Chief of the Division of Resource Conservation shall succeed
to and is hereby vested with all the powers, duties, responsibilities
and jurisdiction now or hereafter vested by law in the commission,
except as to duties specifically vested in the commission by this
code.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9061-9071

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9061-9071



9061.  The chief shall be responsible to the director for properly
carrying out his functions under this division.



9062.  The chief shall assist in the formation, organization and
operation of resource conservation districts.



9063.  He may advise with organized resource conservation districts
as to plans and proposals relating to resource conservation
activities, and, when such plans or proposals are presented to him,
approve, disapprove, or suggest modifications of such plans or
proposals.



9064.  He may, with the approval of the State Resource Conservation
Commission, provide technical assistance to resource conservation
districts to aid cooperators in carrying out conservation practices
and to aid districts in developing plans for achieving their soil and
water conservation objectives. These plans shall include but not be
limited to watershed planning pursuant to the Watershed Protection
and Flood Prevention Act (Public Law 566, Chapter 656, 83rd Congress,
Second Session, as amended).



9065.  He may cooperate with the United States, any resource
conservation district, county, public district, or person in the
furtherance of the purposes of this division, and to that end may
receive and use contributions of funds or services or both for the
investigating of, or planning works for, the control of runoff or the
control or prevention of soil erosion.



9066.  Insofar as consistent with the duties, obligations and
responsibilities of other public agencies, the chief may promote
coordination of the activities of such agencies in furtherance of the
control of runoff and the prevention and control of soil erosion.




9067.  The chief may employ such clerical, technical, or other
assistants as he deems necessary.



9068.  The official headquarters of the chief shall be at
Sacramento, California.



9069.  All persons, other than temporary employees, serving in the
state civil service and engaged in the performance of a function
transferred to the Division of Resource Conservation, Department of
Conservation or engaged in the administration of a law, the
administration of which is transferred to said division, shall remain
in the state civil service and are hereby transferred to the
division on the effective date of this act. The status, positions,
and rights of such persons shall not be affected by their transfer
and shall continue to be retained by them pursuant to the State Civil
Service Act, except as to positions the duties of which are vested
in a position that is exempt from civil service.



9070.  All money available, including money which becomes available
after the effective date of this Division 9, for expenditure by any
department, division, board, authority, commission, or officer or
employee thereof, to be used in the administration of any function,
the exercise of any right, or performance of any duty, which
function, right or duty is transferred by this Division 9, shall be
transferred to the department, commission, division, board,
authority, or officer or employee thereof which is to administer the
function, exercise the right, or perform the duty.



9071.  The Division of Resource Conservation shall succeed to and is
hereby vested with all of the powers, duties, purposes,
responsibilities, and jurisdiction in matters pertaining to resource
conservation now or hereafter vested by law in the State Resource
Conservation Commission, or any officer or employee thereof. The
division shall have possession and control of all records, books,
papers, and other property, real, personal and mixed, now or
hereafter held for the benefit or use of the State Resource
Conservation Commission, except that property heretofore purchased or
acquired by the commission for the use of districts may be disposed
of by the commission pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section
9081) of this chapter.
   The Chief of the Division of Resource Conservation shall succeed
to and is hereby vested with all the powers, duties, responsibilities
and jurisdiction now or hereafter vested by law in the commission,
except as to duties specifically vested in the commission by this
code.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9061-9071

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9061-9071



9061.  The chief shall be responsible to the director for properly
carrying out his functions under this division.



9062.  The chief shall assist in the formation, organization and
operation of resource conservation districts.



9063.  He may advise with organized resource conservation districts
as to plans and proposals relating to resource conservation
activities, and, when such plans or proposals are presented to him,
approve, disapprove, or suggest modifications of such plans or
proposals.



9064.  He may, with the approval of the State Resource Conservation
Commission, provide technical assistance to resource conservation
districts to aid cooperators in carrying out conservation practices
and to aid districts in developing plans for achieving their soil and
water conservation objectives. These plans shall include but not be
limited to watershed planning pursuant to the Watershed Protection
and Flood Prevention Act (Public Law 566, Chapter 656, 83rd Congress,
Second Session, as amended).



9065.  He may cooperate with the United States, any resource
conservation district, county, public district, or person in the
furtherance of the purposes of this division, and to that end may
receive and use contributions of funds or services or both for the
investigating of, or planning works for, the control of runoff or the
control or prevention of soil erosion.



9066.  Insofar as consistent with the duties, obligations and
responsibilities of other public agencies, the chief may promote
coordination of the activities of such agencies in furtherance of the
control of runoff and the prevention and control of soil erosion.




9067.  The chief may employ such clerical, technical, or other
assistants as he deems necessary.



9068.  The official headquarters of the chief shall be at
Sacramento, California.



9069.  All persons, other than temporary employees, serving in the
state civil service and engaged in the performance of a function
transferred to the Division of Resource Conservation, Department of
Conservation or engaged in the administration of a law, the
administration of which is transferred to said division, shall remain
in the state civil service and are hereby transferred to the
division on the effective date of this act. The status, positions,
and rights of such persons shall not be affected by their transfer
and shall continue to be retained by them pursuant to the State Civil
Service Act, except as to positions the duties of which are vested
in a position that is exempt from civil service.



9070.  All money available, including money which becomes available
after the effective date of this Division 9, for expenditure by any
department, division, board, authority, commission, or officer or
employee thereof, to be used in the administration of any function,
the exercise of any right, or performance of any duty, which
function, right or duty is transferred by this Division 9, shall be
transferred to the department, commission, division, board,
authority, or officer or employee thereof which is to administer the
function, exercise the right, or perform the duty.



9071.  The Division of Resource Conservation shall succeed to and is
hereby vested with all of the powers, duties, purposes,
responsibilities, and jurisdiction in matters pertaining to resource
conservation now or hereafter vested by law in the State Resource
Conservation Commission, or any officer or employee thereof. The
division shall have possession and control of all records, books,
papers, and other property, real, personal and mixed, now or
hereafter held for the benefit or use of the State Resource
Conservation Commission, except that property heretofore purchased or
acquired by the commission for the use of districts may be disposed
of by the commission pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section
9081) of this chapter.
   The Chief of the Division of Resource Conservation shall succeed
to and is hereby vested with all the powers, duties, responsibilities
and jurisdiction now or hereafter vested by law in the commission,
except as to duties specifically vested in the commission by this
code.

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