- District 35
Existing law, the California Urban Forestry Act of 1978, has as stated purposes the promotion of the use of urban forest resources for purposes of increasing integrated projects with multiple benefits in urban communities and promoting policies and incentives that advance improved maintenance of urban forest canopy to optimize multiple benefits. Existing law authorizes the Director of Forestry and Fire Protection to make grants to provide assistance for projects that further the goals of the act. Existing law also authorizes the director to waive the cost sharing requirements for projects that are in disadvantaged and severely disadvantaged communities, and to authorize advance payments from a grant awarded to a nonprofit organization that is located in or providing service to disadvantaged or low-income communities, as provided. This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to those provisions.
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From printer. May be heard in committee March 22.
Introduced. To print.
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