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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9101-9113



9101.  There is in the Department of Conservation the State Resource
Conservation Commission. It shall consist of nine members who shall
be appointed by the Governor, subject to the confirmation of the
Senate, and shall be appointed for a term of four years.



9102.  The members of the commission to be appointed shall consist
of the following:
   (a) Five persons who are directors of resource conservation
districts. In making such appointments, the Governor shall provide as
nearly equal representation as possible from all portions of the
state.
   (b) Two persons from the general public.
   (c) One person who has expertise in, and represents the interests
of, wildlife conservation.
   (d) One person who resides in, and represents the concerns of, the
major urban areas of this state.



9103.  Within 30 days after his appointment the appointed member
shall take and file his oath of office as member of the commission.



9104.  The members of the commission shall receive no compensation
for their services as members, but each shall be allowed reasonable
and necessary expenses incurred in attendance at meetings of the
commission or when otherwise engaged in the work of the commission at
its direction.



9105.  Five members of the commission shall constitute a quorum for
any purpose, including organization.



9106.  The commission shall elect a chair from its number who shall
serve as chair for one year and until the chair's successor is
elected.


9107.  The commission shall appoint a secretary. The secretary shall
be a paid employee of the commission. The secretary shall be allowed
his reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of
his official duties as such secretary.



9108.  The commission shall cause to be studied and shall consider
the whole problem of soil conservation within the state, and it may
formulate, in cooperation with other state agencies, interested
organizations, and citizens, a comprehensive resource conservation
policy for the state.



9109.  The commission shall determine and advise policies for the
guidance of the chief of the division in the performance and exercise
of his duties and powers.



9110.  The commission shall aid and encourage, but not conduct,
resource conservation activities.



9112.  The commission shall be responsible to the director for
properly carrying out its functions under this division.



9113.  The commission shall report annually to the Governor on the
resource conservation projects and improvements accomplished by or
with the aid of the state, and the commission may from time to time
prepare and publish reports on the needs of the state and the local
subdivisions thereof for resource conservation programs,
developments, facilities and activities.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9101-9113

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9101-9113



9101.  There is in the Department of Conservation the State Resource
Conservation Commission. It shall consist of nine members who shall
be appointed by the Governor, subject to the confirmation of the
Senate, and shall be appointed for a term of four years.



9102.  The members of the commission to be appointed shall consist
of the following:
   (a) Five persons who are directors of resource conservation
districts. In making such appointments, the Governor shall provide as
nearly equal representation as possible from all portions of the
state.
   (b) Two persons from the general public.
   (c) One person who has expertise in, and represents the interests
of, wildlife conservation.
   (d) One person who resides in, and represents the concerns of, the
major urban areas of this state.



9103.  Within 30 days after his appointment the appointed member
shall take and file his oath of office as member of the commission.



9104.  The members of the commission shall receive no compensation
for their services as members, but each shall be allowed reasonable
and necessary expenses incurred in attendance at meetings of the
commission or when otherwise engaged in the work of the commission at
its direction.



9105.  Five members of the commission shall constitute a quorum for
any purpose, including organization.



9106.  The commission shall elect a chair from its number who shall
serve as chair for one year and until the chair's successor is
elected.


9107.  The commission shall appoint a secretary. The secretary shall
be a paid employee of the commission. The secretary shall be allowed
his reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of
his official duties as such secretary.



9108.  The commission shall cause to be studied and shall consider
the whole problem of soil conservation within the state, and it may
formulate, in cooperation with other state agencies, interested
organizations, and citizens, a comprehensive resource conservation
policy for the state.



9109.  The commission shall determine and advise policies for the
guidance of the chief of the division in the performance and exercise
of his duties and powers.



9110.  The commission shall aid and encourage, but not conduct,
resource conservation activities.



9112.  The commission shall be responsible to the director for
properly carrying out its functions under this division.



9113.  The commission shall report annually to the Governor on the
resource conservation projects and improvements accomplished by or
with the aid of the state, and the commission may from time to time
prepare and publish reports on the needs of the state and the local
subdivisions thereof for resource conservation programs,
developments, facilities and activities.



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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9101-9113

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9101-9113



9101.  There is in the Department of Conservation the State Resource
Conservation Commission. It shall consist of nine members who shall
be appointed by the Governor, subject to the confirmation of the
Senate, and shall be appointed for a term of four years.



9102.  The members of the commission to be appointed shall consist
of the following:
   (a) Five persons who are directors of resource conservation
districts. In making such appointments, the Governor shall provide as
nearly equal representation as possible from all portions of the
state.
   (b) Two persons from the general public.
   (c) One person who has expertise in, and represents the interests
of, wildlife conservation.
   (d) One person who resides in, and represents the concerns of, the
major urban areas of this state.



9103.  Within 30 days after his appointment the appointed member
shall take and file his oath of office as member of the commission.



9104.  The members of the commission shall receive no compensation
for their services as members, but each shall be allowed reasonable
and necessary expenses incurred in attendance at meetings of the
commission or when otherwise engaged in the work of the commission at
its direction.



9105.  Five members of the commission shall constitute a quorum for
any purpose, including organization.



9106.  The commission shall elect a chair from its number who shall
serve as chair for one year and until the chair's successor is
elected.


9107.  The commission shall appoint a secretary. The secretary shall
be a paid employee of the commission. The secretary shall be allowed
his reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of
his official duties as such secretary.



9108.  The commission shall cause to be studied and shall consider
the whole problem of soil conservation within the state, and it may
formulate, in cooperation with other state agencies, interested
organizations, and citizens, a comprehensive resource conservation
policy for the state.



9109.  The commission shall determine and advise policies for the
guidance of the chief of the division in the performance and exercise
of his duties and powers.



9110.  The commission shall aid and encourage, but not conduct,
resource conservation activities.



9112.  The commission shall be responsible to the director for
properly carrying out its functions under this division.



9113.  The commission shall report annually to the Governor on the
resource conservation projects and improvements accomplished by or
with the aid of the state, and the commission may from time to time
prepare and publish reports on the needs of the state and the local
subdivisions thereof for resource conservation programs,
developments, facilities and activities.


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