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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9081-9084



9081.  The commission may receive contributions from the United
States, public districts, resource conservation districts, public
agencies, or persons and may use such contributions for the purposes
of the district.


9082.  The commission is authorized on behalf of the state to accept
grants from the United States for the control of runoff and floods,
the prevention or control of soil erosion, and for water conservation
and to administer such grants pursuant to the terms thereof.



9083.  All equipment and machinery made available to any resource
conservation district pursuant to this Division 9 is subject to call
for emergency use in fire, storm, flood or disaster by a federal or
state agency, a county, city, or district of this state.



9084.  (a) Subject to the availability of funds and any limitations
imposed by this division, the department may provide grants to
resource conservation districts for the purpose of assisting the
districts in carrying out any work that they are authorized to
undertake, including, but not limited to, grants for watershed
projects.
   (b) (1) To qualify for a grant under subdivision (a), a resource
conservation district shall do all of the following:
   (A) Prepare an annual and a long-range work plan pursuant to
Section 9413. The long-range work plan shall reflect input from local
agencies and organizations regarding land use and resource
conservation goals.
   (B) Convene regular meetings in accordance with the open meeting
requirements of Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 54950) of Part 1
of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code and the requirements
of this division.
   (C) Secure sources of local support funding, which may include
funding from in-kind contributions and services.
   (2) A resource conservation district seeking a grant pursuant to
this section shall submit to the department a grant proposal that
includes, but is not limited to, all of the following information:
   (A) A description of the work for which the grant is sought.
   (B) An explanation of the public or private need for the work,
including, but not limited to, any relevant information demonstrating
the urgency of the project.
   (C) An itemized summary of the projected cost of the work.
   (D) An estimate of the amount of the projected costs of the work
that will be covered by local support funding, including funding from
in-kind contributions or services.
   (3) To qualify for a grant awarded pursuant to this section, a
resource conservation district shall be required to provide at least
a 25 percent local match of funding, of which 40 percent of that
amount shall be provided in cash. The department shall give
preference in the awarding of grants to those districts that, among
other things, provide a greater percentage of local match funding
than the minimum required by this paragraph.
   (4) A resource conservation district that receives a grant awarded
under this section shall provide the department with an informal
accounting summary that describes how the grant money was spent in
accordance with the purposes and conditions of the grant.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 9081-9084

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9081-9084



9081.  The commission may receive contributions from the United
States, public districts, resource conservation districts, public
agencies, or persons and may use such contributions for the purposes
of the district.


9082.  The commission is authorized on behalf of the state to accept
grants from the United States for the control of runoff and floods,
the prevention or control of soil erosion, and for water conservation
and to administer such grants pursuant to the terms thereof.



9083.  All equipment and machinery made available to any resource
conservation district pursuant to this Division 9 is subject to call
for emergency use in fire, storm, flood or disaster by a federal or
state agency, a county, city, or district of this state.



9084.  (a) Subject to the availability of funds and any limitations
imposed by this division, the department may provide grants to
resource conservation districts for the purpose of assisting the
districts in carrying out any work that they are authorized to
undertake, including, but not limited to, grants for watershed
projects.
   (b) (1) To qualify for a grant under subdivision (a), a resource
conservation district shall do all of the following:
   (A) Prepare an annual and a long-range work plan pursuant to
Section 9413. The long-range work plan shall reflect input from local
agencies and organizations regarding land use and resource
conservation goals.
   (B) Convene regular meetings in accordance with the open meeting
requirements of Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 54950) of Part 1
of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code and the requirements
of this division.
   (C) Secure sources of local support funding, which may include
funding from in-kind contributions and services.
   (2) A resource conservation district seeking a grant pursuant to
this section shall submit to the department a grant proposal that
includes, but is not limited to, all of the following information:
   (A) A description of the work for which the grant is sought.
   (B) An explanation of the public or private need for the work,
including, but not limited to, any relevant information demonstrating
the urgency of the project.
   (C) An itemized summary of the projected cost of the work.
   (D) An estimate of the amount of the projected costs of the work
that will be covered by local support funding, including funding from
in-kind contributions or services.
   (3) To qualify for a grant awarded pursuant to this section, a
resource conservation district shall be required to provide at least
a 25 percent local match of funding, of which 40 percent of that
amount shall be provided in cash. The department shall give
preference in the awarding of grants to those districts that, among
other things, provide a greater percentage of local match funding
than the minimum required by this paragraph.
   (4) A resource conservation district that receives a grant awarded
under this section shall provide the department with an informal
accounting summary that describes how the grant money was spent in
accordance with the purposes and conditions of the grant.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 9081-9084

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9081-9084



9081.  The commission may receive contributions from the United
States, public districts, resource conservation districts, public
agencies, or persons and may use such contributions for the purposes
of the district.


9082.  The commission is authorized on behalf of the state to accept
grants from the United States for the control of runoff and floods,
the prevention or control of soil erosion, and for water conservation
and to administer such grants pursuant to the terms thereof.



9083.  All equipment and machinery made available to any resource
conservation district pursuant to this Division 9 is subject to call
for emergency use in fire, storm, flood or disaster by a federal or
state agency, a county, city, or district of this state.



9084.  (a) Subject to the availability of funds and any limitations
imposed by this division, the department may provide grants to
resource conservation districts for the purpose of assisting the
districts in carrying out any work that they are authorized to
undertake, including, but not limited to, grants for watershed
projects.
   (b) (1) To qualify for a grant under subdivision (a), a resource
conservation district shall do all of the following:
   (A) Prepare an annual and a long-range work plan pursuant to
Section 9413. The long-range work plan shall reflect input from local
agencies and organizations regarding land use and resource
conservation goals.
   (B) Convene regular meetings in accordance with the open meeting
requirements of Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 54950) of Part 1
of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code and the requirements
of this division.
   (C) Secure sources of local support funding, which may include
funding from in-kind contributions and services.
   (2) A resource conservation district seeking a grant pursuant to
this section shall submit to the department a grant proposal that
includes, but is not limited to, all of the following information:
   (A) A description of the work for which the grant is sought.
   (B) An explanation of the public or private need for the work,
including, but not limited to, any relevant information demonstrating
the urgency of the project.
   (C) An itemized summary of the projected cost of the work.
   (D) An estimate of the amount of the projected costs of the work
that will be covered by local support funding, including funding from
in-kind contributions or services.
   (3) To qualify for a grant awarded pursuant to this section, a
resource conservation district shall be required to provide at least
a 25 percent local match of funding, of which 40 percent of that
amount shall be provided in cash. The department shall give
preference in the awarding of grants to those districts that, among
other things, provide a greater percentage of local match funding
than the minimum required by this paragraph.
   (4) A resource conservation district that receives a grant awarded
under this section shall provide the department with an informal
accounting summary that describes how the grant money was spent in
accordance with the purposes and conditions of the grant.


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