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What state deficiet?

Posted by Ken Jones (Skipper - Posts: 11990)
on May-21-08 4:42pm
(In reply to: Where's funding coming from? posted by gyozadude on May-21-08 9:20am)

No Bay-Delta monies!

From the California Ocean Protection Council website:

Background Information
The California Ocean Protection Council was established pursuant to the requirements of the California Ocean Protection Act that was signed into law in 2004 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The council consists of the Secretary for Resources Mike Chrisman (Chair); State Lands Commission Chair, State Controller John Chiang; Secretary for Environmental Protection Linda Adams; two public members, Susan Golding, CEO and President of the Golding Group, and Geraldine Knatz, Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles; and two non voting members, Senator Darrell Steinberg and Assemblymember Pedro Nava. The council will help coordinate and improve the protection and management of California's ocean and coastal resources and implement the Governor's 'Ocean Action Plan' released in October 2004.

The council is tasked with the following responsibilities:

* Coordinate activities of ocean-related state agencies to improve the effectiveness of state efforts to protect ocean resources within existing fiscal limitations.
* Establish policies to coordinate the collection and sharing of scientific data related to coast and ocean resources between agencies.
* Identify and recommend to the Legislature changes in law.
* Identify and recommend changes in federal law and policy to the Governor and Legislature.

Support UPSAC! Help preserve pier and shore fishing in California.

Link: California Ocean Protection Council

Current thread:
Your government at workó   Ken Jones - May-20-08 4:51pm
Where's funding coming from?   gyozadude - May-21-08 9:20am
What state deficiet?   Ken Jones - May-21-08 4:42pm

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