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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9970-9978



9970.  The provisions of this chapter apply only to the Ventura
County Resource Conservation District. For the purposes of this
chapter, "district" means the Ventura County Resource Conservation
District.


9971.  Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the
organization and functions of the district shall be governed by the
provisions of this division.


9972.  Whenever any territory in the district is included in a city
by reason of incorporation or annexation, that territory may be
excluded from the district upon the effective date of its inclusion
in the city, subject only to compliance by the district with the
requirements of Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 54900) of Part 1
of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code.
   Upon the exclusion of such territory, all unencumbered funds
standing to the credit of the area upon the date of its exclusion
shall be divided between the city and the district in proportion to
the assessed value of real property of the territory excluded and the
portion remaining. For the purpose of this section, "unencumbered
funds" means a sum of money consisting of uncollected taxes,
including taxes levied and collected for the territory on property
withdrawn after the date of exclusion, and other uncollected amounts
belonging to or due such territory, that is in excess of an amount
sufficient to pay all claims and accounts against the territory.
   In the event the district has indebtedness evidenced by bonds and
the indebtedness is outstanding and owing on the date of exclusion,
the property within any territory excluded from the district shall
remain liable for assessment and payment of its pro rata share of the
tax therefor.


9973.  The district shall consist of three divisions, conforming
generally to the major natural resource areas of the county, as
follows:
   (a) Division 1 (Northern): the Ojai Division, generally
coextensive with the boundaries of the predecessor Ojai Resource
Conservation District.
   (b) Division 2 (Central): Santa Clara Valley Division, comprising
the area generally embracing the Santa Clara River Watershed.
   (c) Division 3 (Southern): South Ventura County Division,
conforming generally with the boundaries of the predecessor South
Ventura County Resource Conservation District.



9974.  (a) Within 60 days after the initial organization meeting of
the board of directors of the district, a description and map of the
district showing recommended division boundaries thereof shall be
adopted by the board of directors with a resolution petitioning the
Board of Supervisors of the County of Ventura to review and approve
such boundaries.
   (b) Within 30 days after receipt of the petition, the board of
supervisors shall refer the request to the local agency formation
commission for recommendations and report.
   (c) Within 30 days after receipt of the request from the board of
supervisors, the local agency formation commission shall conduct a
noticed public hearing at which any interested person may appear and
present testimony relative to the proposed boundaries.
   (d) Within 30 days after the hearing, the local agency formation
commission shall submit its boundary recommendations to the board of
supervisors.
   (e) Within 30 days after receipt of the commission's boundary
recommendations, the board of supervisors shall conduct a noticed
public hearing to consider the recommendations. If the board of
supervisors approves the boundaries as recommended, it shall certify
the boundaries by resolution and file a copy with the board of
directors of the district.
   (f) Once certified by the board of supervisors, boundaries of a
division may be modified pursuant to the procedures for their initial
certification, as provided in this chapter.



9975.  (a) Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of Section 9183 or
Sections 9241 and 9242, the board of directors of the district shall
be composed of nine persons initially appointed by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Ventura, with three directors appointed
to represent each division.
   (b)  A director shall be an owner of land, or a designated agent
of an owner of land, within the territory included in the division of
the district he or she will represent. An agent of a landowner shall
reside within the territory included in the division of the district
he or she will represent.
   (c) Notwithstanding any other law, at the first regular meeting of
the board of directors of the district after January 1, 1989, the
directors shall classify themselves into two classes. One class shall
have four members and the other class shall have five members. The
term of office of those in the class having four members shall expire
at noon on the last Friday in November 1990. The term of office of
those in the class having five members shall expire at noon on the
last Friday in November 1992. The board of directors shall arrange
the classification so that not more than two directors from any
division are in one class.



9976.  Upon the expiration of the terms of office of directors
pursuant to Section 9975, their successors shall be elected in the
manner provided in Article 8 (commencing with Section 9351) of
Chapter 3. Directors shall be nominated by divisions and elected at
large. After the expiration of a term of office, a director shall
continue to hold office and serve until his or her successor has
qualified.



9977.  At least 125 days prior to the day fixed for the general
district election, the secretary of the district shall deliver to the
county elections official a map and description of the boundaries of
the divisions from which directors shall be nominated. The number
designated shall equal the number of directors to be elected at that
election as determined in accordance with subdivision (d) of Section
9975.



9978.  Five directors shall constitute a quorum for the conduct of
the business of the board of directors of the district.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9970-9978

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9970-9978



9970.  The provisions of this chapter apply only to the Ventura
County Resource Conservation District. For the purposes of this
chapter, "district" means the Ventura County Resource Conservation
District.


9971.  Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the
organization and functions of the district shall be governed by the
provisions of this division.


9972.  Whenever any territory in the district is included in a city
by reason of incorporation or annexation, that territory may be
excluded from the district upon the effective date of its inclusion
in the city, subject only to compliance by the district with the
requirements of Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 54900) of Part 1
of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code.
   Upon the exclusion of such territory, all unencumbered funds
standing to the credit of the area upon the date of its exclusion
shall be divided between the city and the district in proportion to
the assessed value of real property of the territory excluded and the
portion remaining. For the purpose of this section, "unencumbered
funds" means a sum of money consisting of uncollected taxes,
including taxes levied and collected for the territory on property
withdrawn after the date of exclusion, and other uncollected amounts
belonging to or due such territory, that is in excess of an amount
sufficient to pay all claims and accounts against the territory.
   In the event the district has indebtedness evidenced by bonds and
the indebtedness is outstanding and owing on the date of exclusion,
the property within any territory excluded from the district shall
remain liable for assessment and payment of its pro rata share of the
tax therefor.


9973.  The district shall consist of three divisions, conforming
generally to the major natural resource areas of the county, as
follows:
   (a) Division 1 (Northern): the Ojai Division, generally
coextensive with the boundaries of the predecessor Ojai Resource
Conservation District.
   (b) Division 2 (Central): Santa Clara Valley Division, comprising
the area generally embracing the Santa Clara River Watershed.
   (c) Division 3 (Southern): South Ventura County Division,
conforming generally with the boundaries of the predecessor South
Ventura County Resource Conservation District.



9974.  (a) Within 60 days after the initial organization meeting of
the board of directors of the district, a description and map of the
district showing recommended division boundaries thereof shall be
adopted by the board of directors with a resolution petitioning the
Board of Supervisors of the County of Ventura to review and approve
such boundaries.
   (b) Within 30 days after receipt of the petition, the board of
supervisors shall refer the request to the local agency formation
commission for recommendations and report.
   (c) Within 30 days after receipt of the request from the board of
supervisors, the local agency formation commission shall conduct a
noticed public hearing at which any interested person may appear and
present testimony relative to the proposed boundaries.
   (d) Within 30 days after the hearing, the local agency formation
commission shall submit its boundary recommendations to the board of
supervisors.
   (e) Within 30 days after receipt of the commission's boundary
recommendations, the board of supervisors shall conduct a noticed
public hearing to consider the recommendations. If the board of
supervisors approves the boundaries as recommended, it shall certify
the boundaries by resolution and file a copy with the board of
directors of the district.
   (f) Once certified by the board of supervisors, boundaries of a
division may be modified pursuant to the procedures for their initial
certification, as provided in this chapter.



9975.  (a) Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of Section 9183 or
Sections 9241 and 9242, the board of directors of the district shall
be composed of nine persons initially appointed by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Ventura, with three directors appointed
to represent each division.
   (b)  A director shall be an owner of land, or a designated agent
of an owner of land, within the territory included in the division of
the district he or she will represent. An agent of a landowner shall
reside within the territory included in the division of the district
he or she will represent.
   (c) Notwithstanding any other law, at the first regular meeting of
the board of directors of the district after January 1, 1989, the
directors shall classify themselves into two classes. One class shall
have four members and the other class shall have five members. The
term of office of those in the class having four members shall expire
at noon on the last Friday in November 1990. The term of office of
those in the class having five members shall expire at noon on the
last Friday in November 1992. The board of directors shall arrange
the classification so that not more than two directors from any
division are in one class.



9976.  Upon the expiration of the terms of office of directors
pursuant to Section 9975, their successors shall be elected in the
manner provided in Article 8 (commencing with Section 9351) of
Chapter 3. Directors shall be nominated by divisions and elected at
large. After the expiration of a term of office, a director shall
continue to hold office and serve until his or her successor has
qualified.



9977.  At least 125 days prior to the day fixed for the general
district election, the secretary of the district shall deliver to the
county elections official a map and description of the boundaries of
the divisions from which directors shall be nominated. The number
designated shall equal the number of directors to be elected at that
election as determined in accordance with subdivision (d) of Section
9975.



9978.  Five directors shall constitute a quorum for the conduct of
the business of the board of directors of the district.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9970-9978

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9970-9978



9970.  The provisions of this chapter apply only to the Ventura
County Resource Conservation District. For the purposes of this
chapter, "district" means the Ventura County Resource Conservation
District.


9971.  Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the
organization and functions of the district shall be governed by the
provisions of this division.


9972.  Whenever any territory in the district is included in a city
by reason of incorporation or annexation, that territory may be
excluded from the district upon the effective date of its inclusion
in the city, subject only to compliance by the district with the
requirements of Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 54900) of Part 1
of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code.
   Upon the exclusion of such territory, all unencumbered funds
standing to the credit of the area upon the date of its exclusion
shall be divided between the city and the district in proportion to
the assessed value of real property of the territory excluded and the
portion remaining. For the purpose of this section, "unencumbered
funds" means a sum of money consisting of uncollected taxes,
including taxes levied and collected for the territory on property
withdrawn after the date of exclusion, and other uncollected amounts
belonging to or due such territory, that is in excess of an amount
sufficient to pay all claims and accounts against the territory.
   In the event the district has indebtedness evidenced by bonds and
the indebtedness is outstanding and owing on the date of exclusion,
the property within any territory excluded from the district shall
remain liable for assessment and payment of its pro rata share of the
tax therefor.


9973.  The district shall consist of three divisions, conforming
generally to the major natural resource areas of the county, as
follows:
   (a) Division 1 (Northern): the Ojai Division, generally
coextensive with the boundaries of the predecessor Ojai Resource
Conservation District.
   (b) Division 2 (Central): Santa Clara Valley Division, comprising
the area generally embracing the Santa Clara River Watershed.
   (c) Division 3 (Southern): South Ventura County Division,
conforming generally with the boundaries of the predecessor South
Ventura County Resource Conservation District.



9974.  (a) Within 60 days after the initial organization meeting of
the board of directors of the district, a description and map of the
district showing recommended division boundaries thereof shall be
adopted by the board of directors with a resolution petitioning the
Board of Supervisors of the County of Ventura to review and approve
such boundaries.
   (b) Within 30 days after receipt of the petition, the board of
supervisors shall refer the request to the local agency formation
commission for recommendations and report.
   (c) Within 30 days after receipt of the request from the board of
supervisors, the local agency formation commission shall conduct a
noticed public hearing at which any interested person may appear and
present testimony relative to the proposed boundaries.
   (d) Within 30 days after the hearing, the local agency formation
commission shall submit its boundary recommendations to the board of
supervisors.
   (e) Within 30 days after receipt of the commission's boundary
recommendations, the board of supervisors shall conduct a noticed
public hearing to consider the recommendations. If the board of
supervisors approves the boundaries as recommended, it shall certify
the boundaries by resolution and file a copy with the board of
directors of the district.
   (f) Once certified by the board of supervisors, boundaries of a
division may be modified pursuant to the procedures for their initial
certification, as provided in this chapter.



9975.  (a) Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of Section 9183 or
Sections 9241 and 9242, the board of directors of the district shall
be composed of nine persons initially appointed by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Ventura, with three directors appointed
to represent each division.
   (b)  A director shall be an owner of land, or a designated agent
of an owner of land, within the territory included in the division of
the district he or she will represent. An agent of a landowner shall
reside within the territory included in the division of the district
he or she will represent.
   (c) Notwithstanding any other law, at the first regular meeting of
the board of directors of the district after January 1, 1989, the
directors shall classify themselves into two classes. One class shall
have four members and the other class shall have five members. The
term of office of those in the class having four members shall expire
at noon on the last Friday in November 1990. The term of office of
those in the class having five members shall expire at noon on the
last Friday in November 1992. The board of directors shall arrange
the classification so that not more than two directors from any
division are in one class.



9976.  Upon the expiration of the terms of office of directors
pursuant to Section 9975, their successors shall be elected in the
manner provided in Article 8 (commencing with Section 9351) of
Chapter 3. Directors shall be nominated by divisions and elected at
large. After the expiration of a term of office, a director shall
continue to hold office and serve until his or her successor has
qualified.



9977.  At least 125 days prior to the day fixed for the general
district election, the secretary of the district shall deliver to the
county elections official a map and description of the boundaries of
the divisions from which directors shall be nominated. The number
designated shall equal the number of directors to be elected at that
election as determined in accordance with subdivision (d) of Section
9975.



9978.  Five directors shall constitute a quorum for the conduct of
the business of the board of directors of the district.


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