BILL NUMBER: AB 1740	AMENDED
	BILL TEXT

	AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY   MAY 24, 2000

INTRODUCED BY   Assembly Member Ducheny

                        JANUARY 10, 2000

   An act making appropriations for the support of the government of
the State of California and for several public purposes in accordance
with the provisions of Section 12 of Article IV of the Constitution
of the State of California, and declaring the urgency thereof, to
take effect immediately.



	LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


   AB 1740, as amended, Ducheny.  2000-01 Budget.
   This bill would make appropriations for support of state
government for the 2000-01 fiscal year.
   This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as
an urgency statute.
   Vote:  2/3.  Appropriation:  yes.  Fiscal committee:  yes.
State-mandated local program:  no.


THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:





   SECTION 1.00.  This act shall be known and may be cited as the
"Budget Act of 2000."

   SEC. 1.50.  (a) In accordance with Section 13338 of the
Government Code, as added by Chapter 1284, Statutes of 1978, and
as amended by Chapter 1286, Statutes of 1984, it is the intent of the

Legislature that this act utilize a coding scheme compatible with the

Governor's Budget and the records of the State Controller, and
provide for the appropriation of federal funds received by the state
and deposited in the State Treasury.

   (b) Essentially, the format and style are as follows:

   (1) Appropriation item numbers have a code which is common to
all the state's fiscal systems. The meaning of this common coded item

number is as follows:

   2720--Organization Code (this code represents the California
Highway Patrol)

   001--Reference Code (first appropriation for a particular fund for

support of each department)

   0044--Fund Code (Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation
Fund)

   (2) Appropriation items are organized in organization code order
as reflected in the Governor's Budget.

Corrected May 26, 2000.

   (3) All the appropriation items, reappropriation items, and
reversion items, if any, for each department or entity are adjacent
to
one another.

   (4) Federal funds received by the state and deposited in the State

Treasury are appropriated in separate items.

   (c) The Department of Finance may authorize revisions to the
codes used in this act in order to provide compatibility between the
codes used in this act and those used in the Governor's Budget and in

the records of the State Controller.

   (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, the
Department of Finance may revise the schedule of any appropriation
made in this act where the revision is of a technical nature and is
consistent with legislative intent. These revisions may include, but
shall not be limited to, the substitution of category for program or
program for category limitations, the proper categorization of
allocated administration costs and cost recoveries, the distribution
of
any unallocated amounts within an appropriation and the adjustment of

schedules to facilitate departmental accounting operations, including

the elimination of categories providing for amounts payable from
other items or other appropriations and the distribution of
unscheduled
amounts to programs or categories. These revisions shall include a
certification that the revisions comply with the intent and
limitation of
expenditures as appropriated by the Legislature.

   (e) Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, when the
Department of Finance, pursuant to subdivision (d), approves the
schedule or revision of any appropriation relating to the elimination
of
amounts payable, the language authorizing the transfer shall also be
eliminated.

   SEC. 2.00.  (a) The following sums of money and those
appropriated by any other sections of this act, or so much thereof as

may be necessary unless otherwise provided herein, are hereby
appropriated for the use and support of the State of California for
the
2000-01 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001.

All of these appropriations, unless otherwise provided herein, shall
be paid out of the General Fund in the State Treasury.

   (b) Appropriations and reappropriations for capital outlay, unless

otherwise provided herein, shall be available for expenditure during
the 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2002-03 fiscal years, except that
appropriations and reappropriations for studies, preliminary plans,
working drawings, or minor capital outlay, except as provided herein,

shall be available for expenditure only during the 2000-01 fiscal
year.
In addition, the balance of every appropriation or reappropriation
made in this act that contains funding for construction that has not
been
allocated, through fund transfer or approval to proceed to bid, by
the
Department of Finance on or before June 30, 2001, except as
provided herein, shall revert as of that date to the fund from which
the
appropriation was made.

   (c) Whenever by constitutional or statutory provision the revenues

or receipts of any institution, department, board, bureau,
commission,
officer, employee, or other agency, or any moneys in any special fund

created by law therefor, are to be used for salaries, support or any
proper purpose, expenditures shall be made therefrom for any such
purpose only to the extent of the amount therein appropriated, unless

otherwise stated herein, or authorized pursuant to Section 11006 of
the Government Code.

   (d) Appropriations for purposes not otherwise provided for
herein that have been heretofore made by any existing constitutional
or
statutory provision shall continue to be governed thereby.

LEGISLATIVE/JUDICIAL/EXECUTIVE

Legislative

0110-001-0001--For support of Senate  . . .  77,239,000

 76,317,000 

Schedule:

(a) 101001-Salaries of Senators  . . . 4,756,000

(b) 317295-Mileage  . . . 10,000

(c) 317292-Expenses  . . . 1,196,000

(d) 500004-Operating Expenses  . . .  70,632,000 
 69,710,000 

(e) 317296-Automotive Expenses  . . . 645,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (d) are for operating expenses
of the Senate, including personal services for officers, clerks, and
all
other employees, and legislative committees thereof composed in
whole or in part of Members of the Senate, and for support of joint
expenses of the Legislature, to be transferred by the Controller to
the
Senate Operating Fund.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (e) are for operating expenses
of the Senate relating to the purchase, maintenance, repair,
insurance,
and other costs of operating automobiles for the use of  Members of
the Senate, to be transferred by the Controller to the Senate
Operating
Fund.

3. The funds appropriated in Schedules (a), (b), (c), and (e) may be
transferred to or from the Senate Operating Fund.

0120-011-0001--For support of Assembly  . . .  104,842,000

 103,590,000 

Schedule:

(a) 101001-Salaries of Assembly Members  . . . 9,651,000

(b) 317295-Mileage  . . . 8,000

(c) 317292-Expenses  . . . 2,355,000

(d) 500004-Operating Expenses  . . .  92,296,000 
 91,044,000 

(e) 317296-Automotive Expenses  . . . 532,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (d) are for operating expenses
of the Assembly, including personal services for officers, clerks,
and
all other employees, and legislative committees thereof composed in
whole or in part of Members of the Assembly, and for support of joint

expenses of the Legislature, to be transferred by the Controller to
the
Assembly Operating Fund.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (e) are for operating expenses
of the Assembly relating to the lease, maintenance, repair,
insurance,
and other costs of operating automobiles for the use of Members of
the
Assembly, to be transferred by the Controller to the Assembly
Operating Fund.

3. The funds appropriated by Schedules (a), (b), (c), and (e) may be
transferred to or from the Assembly Operating Fund.

0130-021-0001--For support of Office of the Legislative Analyst  . .
.
0

Schedule:

(a) Expenses of the Office of the Legislative Analyst  . . . 

4,926,000 
 4,958,000 

(b) Transferred from Item 0110-001-0001  . . .  -2,463,000

 -2,479,000 

(c) Transferred from Item 0120-011-0001  . . .  -2,463,000

 -2,479,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (a) are for the expenses of the

Office of the Legislative Analyst and of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee for any charges, expenses, or claims either may incur,
available without regard to fiscal years, to be paid on certification
of
the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

2. Funds identified in Schedules (b) and (c) may be transferred from
the Senate Operating Fund, by the Senate Committee on Rules, and the
Assembly Operating Fund, by the Assembly Committee on Rules.

0160-001-0001--For support of Legislative Counsel Bureau  . . .

68,296,000 
 71,146,000 

Schedule:

(a) Support  . . .  68,427,000 
 71,277,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -131,000

                              Judicial

0250-001-0001--For support of Judiciary  . . .  266,594,000

 264,599,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Supreme Court  . . .  34,127,000 
 34,144,000 

(b) 20-Courts of Appeal  . . .  162,762,000 
 159,700,000 

(c) 30-Judicial Council  . . .  65,387,000 
 66,437,000 

(d) 50-Habeas Corpus Resource Center  . . . 11,002,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -2,599,000

(f) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 0250-001-0044)  . . . -137,000

(g) Amount payable from the Court Interpreters' Fund (Item
0250-001-0327)  . . . -100,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
0250-001-0890)  . . . -3,848,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the funds appropriated

or scheduled in this item may be allocated or reallocated among
categories by order of the Judicial Council.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $200,000 is available for
reimbursement to the Attorney General, or for hiring outside counsel,

for litigation fees and costs, including any judgment, stipulated
judgment, offer of judgment or settlement. This amount is for use in
connection with employment litigation arising from 1) the actions of
appellate courts or trial courts, of appellate court or trial court
bench
officers, or of appellate court or trial court employees; 2) the
actions
of the Judicial Council, council members, or council employees or
agents; or 3) the actions of the Administrative Office of the Courts
or
its employees. Either the state or the Judicial Council must be named

as a defendant or alleged to be the responsible party. Any funds not
used for this purpose shall revert to the General Fund.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, up to $5,000,000
appropriated in this item may be transferred to Item 0250-101-0001
by the Controller at the request of the Administrative Office of the
Courts, to cover any short-term cash-flow issues that occur. Any
funds
transferred shall be repaid to this item from Item 0250-101-0001. The

Judicial Council shall notify the Department of Finance and the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee when any transfer is made pursuant to
this provision, and upon repayment of the transfer.

4. The funds appropriated by Schedule (d) shall be available for
costs
associated directly or indirectly with the California Habeas Corpus
Resource Center (CHCRC). The CHCRC shall report to the
Legislature and the Department of Finance quarterly on expenditures,
specifically detailing personal services expenditures, and operating
expenses and equipment expenditures. 

5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,990,000 is provided to
support the establishment of 12 new appellate justices, and
$1,083,000 is provided to fund additional lease expenses in the
Second District, Courts of Appeal, and the Fourth District, Courts of

Appeal. It is the intent of the Legislature that the $5,990,000
appropriated for support of the proposed 12 new appellate justices
and their staff needs shall be used only for that purpose. Any funds
not
expended for this purpose shall revert to the General Fund. In the
event that legislation authorizing additional appellate court
justices is
not enacted, the $1,083,000 appropriated for lease expenses in this
item shall be reduced by $877,000 and the remaining $206,000 shall
be used to make rental payments on the expanded space in the Ronald
Reagan State Office Building to accommodate the Settlement
Conference Center.

6. The Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal shall use technology to
publish all of their case opinions so that they are available to all
interested parties. 

0250-001-0044--For support of Judiciary, for payment to Item
0250-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . 137,000

0250-001-0327--For support of Judiciary, for payment to Item
0250-001-0001, payable from the Court Interpreters' Fund  . . .
100,000

0250-001-0890--For support of Judiciary, for payment to Item
0250-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 3,848,000

0250-003-0001--For support of Judiciary for rental payments on lease
revenue bonds  . . . 1,024,000

Schedule:

(a) Base Rental and Fees  . . . 1,019,000

(b) Insurance  . . . 5,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be made available for
costs associated with rental payments on lease revenue bonds for the
Courts of Appeal, 4th District, Division 2, in Riverside, California.


0250-101-0001--For local assistance, Judiciary  . . . 12,275,000

Schedule:

(a) 30.10-Child Support Commissioner Program (AB 1058)  . . .
42,263,000

(b) 30.20-California Drug Court Project  . . . 2,858,000

(c) 30.30-Child Access and Visitation Grant Program  . . . 791,000

(d) 30.40-Family Assessment, Intervention, and Resources Grant
Program  . . . 150,000

(e) 30.50-Court Improvement Grant Program  . . . 700,000

(f) 30.60-Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program  . . .
1,350,000

(g) 30.70-Trial Court Coordination Assistance Grants  . . . 125,000

(h) 30.80-Federal Grants  . . . 675,000

(i) 30.90-Equal Access Fund  . . . 9,500,000

(j) 30.95-Family Law Information Centers  . . . 300,000

(k) Reimbursements  . . . -44,912,000

(l) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 0250-101-0890)  .
. . -1,525,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, up to $5,000,000
appropriated in Item 0250-001-0001 may be transferred to Item
0250-101-0001 by the Controller at the request of the Administrative
Office of the Courts, to cover any short-term cash-flow issues that
occur. Any funds transferred shall be repaid from this item to Item
0250-001-0001. The Judicial Council shall notify the Department of
Finance and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee when any transfer
is made pursuant to this provision, and upon repayment of the
transfer.

2. In order to improve equal access and the fair administration of
justice, the funds appropriated in Schedule (i) are to be distributed
by
the Judicial Council through the Legal Services Trust Fund
Commission to qualified legal services projects and support centers
as defined in Sections 6213 through 6215 of the Business and
Professions Code, to be used for legal services in civil matters for
indigent persons. This distribution is subject to rules being amended

to provide that one-third of the appointments to the commission to
oversee this fund shall be made by the Chair of the Judicial Council,

pursuant to Judicial Council appointment procedures, consistent with
current geographical requirements and current requirements as to the
ratio of public and bar members. Also, the chair shall appoint three
nonvoting judges, one of whom shall be an appellate justice. The
Judicial Council shall approve awards made by the commission if the
council determines that the awards comply with statutory and other
relevant guidelines. No more than 5 percent of the Equal Access Fund
shall be expended for administrative expenses. Ten percent of the
funds remaining after administrative costs shall be for joint
projects of
courts and legal services programs to make legal assistance available

to proper litigants and 90 percent of the funds remaining after
administrative costs shall be distributed consistent with Sections
6216
through 6223 of the Business and Professions Code. The Judicial
Council may establish additional reporting or quality control
requirements consistent with Sections 6213 through 6223 of the
Business and Professions Code.

3. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item,
$1,000,000
is for grants to support existing drug court programs in Alameda,
Butte, Mendocino, Monterey, and San Diego Counties. None of these
funds shall be available for adult, postplea drug courts, or for
courts
that also receive funding from the Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs' Drug Court Partnership pursuant to Chapter 1007 of the
Statutes of 1998. Any funds not expended for this specific purpose
shall revert to the General Fund. In addition, the Judicial Council
shall submit to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the
Legislature's fiscal committees, and the Department of Finance an
annual report on how much money was spent, and on the effectiveness
of these drug court programs.

0250-101-0890--For local assistance of Judiciary, for payment to
Item 0250-101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .
1,525,000

0250-301-0001--For capital outlay, Judicial Council  . . . 
5,004,000 
 6,744,000 

Schedule: 

(.5) 90.20.201-Second Appellate District Renovation: Los
Angeles--Preliminary plans, working drawings, and construction  . . .

1,572,000 

(1) 90.20.301-Third Appellate District Renovation,
Sacramento--Preliminary plans, working drawings and construction  .
. .  283,000 
 451,000 

(2)  90-20-401    90.20.401  -Fourth
Appellate
District New Courthouse, Santa Ana--Acquisition and preliminary
plans  . . . 3,215,000

(3) 90.20.501-Fifth Appellate District New Courthouse,
Fresno--Acquisition and preliminary plans  . . . 1,506,000

 Provisions:

1. In the event that legislation authorizing additional appellate
court
justices is not enacted, the funds appropriated in Schedule .5 shall
be
used to renovate space in the Ronald Reagan State Office Building to
accommodate the Settlement Conference Program only. 

0280-001-0001--For support of the Commission on Judicial
Performance, Program 10  . . . 3,704,000

0390-001-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Judges'
Retirement Fund, for Supreme Court and Appellate Court Justices  . .
.
1,150,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between Item 0390-001-0001 and
Item 0390-101-0001.

0390-101-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Judges'
Retirement Fund for Superior Court and Municipal Court Judges  . . .

77,750,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between Item 0390-001-0001 and
Item 0390-101-0001.

0450-101-0932--For local assistance, State Trial Court Funding,
payable from Trial Court Trust Fund  . . .  1,900,292,000

 1,981,152,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Support for operation of the Trial Courts  . . . 
1,659,794,000 
 1,746,492,000 

(b) 25-Compensation of Superior Court Judges  . . . 
169,763,000

 164,375,000 

(c) 35-Assigned Judges  . . . 16,288,000

(d) 45-Court Interpreters  . . .  54,447,000 
 53,997,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the funds appropriated
or
scheduled in this item may be allocated or reallocated among
categories by the Judicial Council.

2. The amount appropriated in Schedule (c) shall be made available
for all judicial assignments. Schedule (c) expenditures for necessary

chamber staff may not exceed the staffing level that is necessary to
support the equivalent of three judicial officers sitting on
assignments
at the appellate court level.

3. The funds appropriated in Schedule (b) shall be made available for

the payment of workers' compensation claims for trial court judges.

4. The funds appropriated in Schedule (d) shall be for payments for
services of contractual court interpreters, certified court
interpreters
employed by the courts, and the following court interpreter
coordinators: one each in counties of the 1st through the 15th
classes,
0.5 each in counties of the 16th through the 31st classes, and 0.25
each
in counties of the 32nd through 58th classes. Courts in counties with
a
population of 500,000 or less are encouraged, but not required, to
coordinate interpreter services on a regional basis. For the purposes

of this provision, "court interpreter coordinators" may be full- or
part-time court employees, or those contracted by the court to
perform
these services.

  The Judicial Council shall set statewide or regional rates and
policies for payment of court interpreters, not to exceed the rate
paid
to certified interpreters in the federal court system. The Judicial
Council shall adopt appropriate rules and procedures for the
administration of these funds. The Judicial Council shall report to
the
Legislature and Director of the Department of Finance annually
regarding expenditures from this schedule.

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $43,000,000 shall not be
available for allocation to the trial courts except to the extent
that civil
fee revenues above the $158,000,000 that is currently projected for
2000-01 are deposited in the Trial Court Trust Fund. 

6. Salary increases for trial court judicial officers contained in
Schedule (b) of this item shall be provided for each calendar month
only to judges of those trial courts that, as of the first day of
that
calendar month, have unified to the fullest extent permitted by law.
In
the case of any court that is not unified, the Judicial Council shall

make the determination of whether that court is unified to the
fullest
extent permitted by law.

7. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $43,000,000 shall be for
the costs associated with information technology systems. The
Judicial Council may allocate these funds to the courts over three
years.

8. Each year there shall be a baseline adjustment to the trial court
budget equivalent to the amount that is produced by multiplying the
total salaries and benefits of all trial court employees by the
average
percentage salary and benefit increase for the current fiscal year
for
organized California State employees. The Judicial Council shall
adopt policies, procedures, and guidelines for the trial courts to
negotiate increases within the limits of their total budget. Any such

negotiated increases in the current or future years that in the
aggregate
exceed the percentage amounts provided in the aggregate for
California State employees for that year, shall not be funded by the
state. Extraordinary salary and benefit adjustments due to unique
circumstances, including pay equity adjustments, shall be requested
through a budget change proposal through the normal budget process.
The Judicial Council shall provide to the Governor and Legislature by

December 31, 2000, copies of the adopted policies and procedures.

9. Funding for new trial court judicial officers and related costs
contained in Schedules (a) and (b) of this item shall be provided for

each calendar month only to those courts that, as of the first day of
that
calendar month, have unified to the fullest extent permitted by law.
In
the case of any court that is not unified, the Judicial Council shall

make the determination of whether that court is unified to the
fullest
extent permitted by law. 

0450-111-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Trial Court
Trust Fund  . . .  1,012,704,000 
 1,093,564,000 

0450-112-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Judicial
Administration Efficiency and Modernization Fund  . . .
37,322,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is for the
costs associated with case management systems. The Judicial Council
may allocate these funds to the courts over three fiscal years. 


0450-112-0556--For local assistance, State Trial Court Funding,
payable from the Judicial Administration Efficiency and
Modernization Fund  . . . 37,322,000

                              Executive

0500-001-0001--For support of Governor and of Governor's office  .
. . 5,511,000

Schedule:

(a) Support  . . . 5,436,000

(b) Governor's Residence (Support)  . . . 35,000

(c) Special Contingent Expenses  . . . 40,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedules (b) and (c) of this item are
exempt from the provisions of Sections 925.6, 12410, and 13320 of
the Government Code.

0505-001-0001--For support of the Department of Information
Technology  . . .  8,952,000 
 18,695,000 

Schedule:

(a) Support  . . .  9,702,000 
 19,445,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -750,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $630,000 shall be used
to
provide the Legislature, not later than January 15, 2001, a report on

information technology issues. This report shall provide an
independent assessment of the activities and the resource level
needed
by the Department of Information Technology to successfully manage
information technology projects in the 2001-02 fiscal year and
beyond. The report, to be submitted to the fiscal committees in each
house and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, shall also include
information concerning the capability of the department, given the
resources provided in the budget year, to provide the planning,
policy
development, oversight, and compliance of the information technology
programs and projects that fall under its jurisdiction. Specifically,
the
report shall include an inventory of all projects that are currently
in
progress or in the planning stages, the degree of involvement the
department is able to sustain in each project, and an assessment of
the
potential risk associated with each project.

  The report shall include a review of "best practices" in the
information technology industry as they apply to the governance and
         management of the state's information technology resources.


2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be used to
conduct a study that will research, analyze, and report to the
Legislature regarding the growing lack of access to advanced
technologies and devices among low-income and minority
communities, otherwise known as the "digital divide." This report
shall provide specific initiatives to improve computer and Internet
literacy, and access to and benefits from advanced technologies and
computer devices in low-income and minority communities. This
report shall also survey and examine public and private
community-based organizations' access to information devices and
advanced technologies for low-income and minority communities.

0505-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Information
Technology  . . . 51,690,000

Schedule:

(a) County Touch-Screen Voting System Grants  . . . 50,000,000

(b) San Diego State University Teleconferencing  . . . 1,500,000

(c) Sacramento Police Department--Racial Profiling Technology  . . .

40,000

(d) Plugged In Enterprises  . . . 150,000 

0510-001-0001--For support of Secretary of State and Consumer
Services  . . .  749,000 
 873,000 

Schedule:

(a) Support  . . .  1,256,000 
 1,380,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -507,000

0520-001-0001--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation
and Housing, for payment to Item 0520-001-0044  . . . 206,000

0520-001-0044--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation
and Housing, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . 961,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Administration of Business, Transportation and Housing
Agency  . . . 2,300,000

(b) 30-Agency Audits Office  . . . 315,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -1,448,000

(d) Amount payable from General Fund (Item 0520-001-0001)  . . .
-206,000

0530-001-0001--For support of Secretary for California Health and
Human Services Agency  . . .  1,435,000 
 2,274,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Secretary for California Health and Human Services Agency  .
. .  2,433,000 
 3,272,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -998,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be used to

conduct a study pursuant to Division 25 (commencing with Section
25000) of the Welfare and Institutions Code, to develop options for
achieving universal health care coverage. The Secretary of the
California Health and Human Services Agency may utilize an
interagency agreement, or conduct a competitive process, for
allocating all or any portion of these funds. These funds may be
leveraged to obtain additional federal funds, grant moneys or
foundation assistance, including in-kind support. It is the intent of
the
Legislature for the Secretary to utilize recommendations as contained

in the report prepared by the Universal Health Care Technical
Advisory Committee, dated April 2000, where applicable and
deemed appropriate by the Secretary. 

0540-001-0001--For support of Secretary for Resources  . . . 

1,781,000 
 15,781,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Administration of Resources Agency  . . .  3,493,000

 17,673,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -472,000

 (bx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item
0540-001-0005)  . . . -180,000 

(c) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 0540-001-0140)  . . . -782,000

(d) Amount payable from the Environmental Enhancement and
Mitigation Demonstration Program Fund (Item 0540-001-0183)  . . .
-120,000

(e) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
0540-001-0890)  . . . -338,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $8,000,000 may be
allocated
by the Secretary for Resources for the joint restoration, with the
U.S.
Bureau of Reclamation, of the natural stream channel of the North
Fork of the American River to its previous free-flowing condition, in

conjunction with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's closure of the
Auburn Dam diversion tunnel for the purpose of restoring navigable
flows and installation of a permanent, midchannel instream diversion
and a pumping station for the Placer County Water Agency.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, these funds shall be
available for expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2002-03
fiscal years.

0540-001-0005--For support of Secretary for Resources, for payment
to Item 0540-001-0001, payable from the Safe Neighborhood, Parks,
Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . .
180,000 

0540-001-0140--For support of Secretary for Resources, for payment
to Item 0540-001-0001, payable from the California Environmental
License Plate Fund  . . . 782,000

0540-001-0183--For support of Secretary for Resources, for payment
to Item 0540-001-0001, payable from the Environmental Enhancement
and Mitigation Demonstration Program Fund  . . . 120,000

0540-001-0546--For support of Secretary of Resources, Program
10-Administration of Resources Agency, payable from the Bay-Delta
Ecosystem Restoration Account  . . . 51,500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item may be allocated for
expenditure by the Resources Agency for projects consistent with
Section 78684 of the Water Code.

2. The funds received by other state agencies from this item are
exempt from the reporting requirements of Section 28.50 of the Budget

Act.

3. The funds appropriated in this item are available for encumbrance
for the purposes of support, local assistance or capital outlay.

0540-001-0890--For support of Secretary for Resources, for payment
to Item 0540-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .
338,000

0540-101-0001--For local assistance, Secretary for Re-sources  . . .

 3,147,000 
 3,397,000 

Provisions:

1.  The funds    Of the amount 
appropriated in this
item  are   , $3,147,000 shall be   for the
Coastal
County and City Offshore Energy Assistance Program as required by
Chapter 977 of the Statutes of 1996. 

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item $250,000 shall be for the
support of a Baldwin Hills Conservancy. These funds may not be
expended unless legislation is enacted in the 1999-2000 Regular
Session to create the conservancy.

0540-101-0005--For local assistance, Secretary for Resources,
payable from the Safe Neighborhood, Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 41,370,000

0540-101-6015--For local assistance, Secretary for Resources,
payable from the River Protection Subaccount  . . . 25,000,000

Schedule:

(a) Los Angeles River Parkways  . . . 15,000,000

(b) San Gabriel River  . . . 5,000,000

(c) San Joaquin River Corridor (Stanislaus)  . . . 5,000,000

0540-490--Extension of liquidation period, Secretary for Resources.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in the

following citation shall be available for liquidation until June 30,
2001:

0001--General Fund:

(1) Item 0540-101-0001--Budget Act of 1997  (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997).


0550-001-0001--For support of Secretary for Youth and Adult
Correctional Agency  . . .  885,000 
 1,017,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Secretary for Youth and Adult Correctional Agency  . . .

1,143,000 
 1,275,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -258,000

0552-001-0001--For support of Office of the Inspector General,
Program 10  . . . 10,248,000 

0553-001-0001--For support of the Office of the Inspector General
for Veterans Affairs  . . . 656,000

Schedule:

(a) Program 10-Inspector General for Veterans Affairs  . . . 746,000

(b) Amount payable from the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund
of 1943 (Item 0553-001-0592)  . . . -90,000

0553-001-0592--For support of the Office of the Inspector General
for Veterans Affairs, for payment to Item 0553-001-0001, payable
from the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943  . . . 90,000


0555-001-0001--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044  . . . 
4,177,000

 4,477,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $182,000 shall be for an
environmental justice program and an assistant secretary position for

environmental justice. The assistant secretary shall do all of the
following:

(a) Review the activities each board, department, and office within
the California Environmental Protection Agency that undertakes to
comply with Division 13 (commencing with Section 21000) of the
Public Resources Code to ensure that those activities take into
account
and address environmental justice considerations.

(b) Review the regulatory activities of each board, department, and
office within the agency to ensure that those activities take into
account and address environmental justice considerations.

(c) Establish a program, in coordination with the assistant secretary

for external affairs, to educate and inform the public of the agency'
s
environmental justice activities and programs. This program shall
ensure that information is provided to the public and to affected
populations in forms and languages that are understandable,
informative, and usable.

(d) Coordinate and oversee the environmental justice activities of
the
agency.

(e) Identify shortcomings in the environmental justice activities of
boards, departments, or offices in the agency that may impede the
achievement of environmental justice.

(f) Develop, and coordinate the adoption of, the model environmental
justice mission statement required pursuant to Section 72001 of the
Public Resources Code. 

0555-001-0014--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Hazardous Waste Control Account  . . . 316,000 

0555-001-0028--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Unified Program Account  . . . 700,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $700,000 shall be used
for
purposes of developing and implementing the geographical
information management system required to be established by the
Secretary for Environmental Protection. Of the amount appropriated in

this item, up to $150,000 may be expended to develop a feasibility
study report for the development and implementation of the
geographical information management system. The remaining balance
of this appropriation may be expended no sooner than 30 days after
the Secretary for Environmental Protection provides the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees of each house with the written approval of the
feasibility study report by the Department of Finance and the
Department of Information Technology. In the event this appropriation

is not adequate for the development and startup costs of the
geographical information management system, additional funds may be
appropriated, subject to availability of funds, in the annual Budget
Act. The secretary is hereby granted the authority to promulgate
emergency regulations, if necessary, to allow for the use of the
Unified Program Account for purposes of this appropriation. 

0555-001-0044--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . 494,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Environmental Protection Programs  . . . 2,928,000

(b) 20-Special Environmental Programs  . . .  (4,724,000)

 (5,424,000) 

(1) 20.10-Permit Assistance Centers  . . . 2,427,000

(2) 20.15-Scientific Peer Review  . . . 1,144,000

(3) 20.20-Circuit Prosecutor Project  . . . 420,000

(4) 20.25-Information Technology  . . .  46,000 
 746,000 

(5) 20.30-Environmental Enforcement  . . . 517,000

(6) 20.45-ISO 14000/Permit Consolidation Zones  . . . 170,000

 (bx) 20.55-California Border Environmental Education Program
. . . 300,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -1,723,000

(d) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 0555-001-0001)  . .
.  -4,177,000 
 -4,477,000 

(e) Amount payable from the Hazardous Waste Control Account (Item
0555-001-0014)  . . . -316,000

 (ex) Amount payable from the Unified Program Account (Item
0555-001-0028)  . . . -700,000 

(f) Amount payable from the California Used Oil Recycling Fund
(Item 0555-001-0100)  . . . -25,000

(g) Amount payable from the Pesticide Regulation Fund (Item
0555-001-0106)  . . . -195,000

(h) Amount payable from the Waste Discharge Permit Fund (Item
0555-001-0193)  . . . -12,000

(i) Amount payable from the California Tire Recycling Management
Fund (Item 0555-001-0226)  . . . -1,000

(j) Amount payable from the Recycling Market Development
Revolving Loan Account (Item 0555-001-0281)  . . . -143,000

(k) Amount payable from the Integrated Waste Management Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund (Item 0555-001-0387)  . . .
-381,000

(l) Amount payable from the Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund
(Item 0555-001-0439)  . . . -51,000

(m) Amount payable from the State Water Quality Control Fund (Item
0555-001-0679)  . . . -134,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivisions (b) and (c) of Section 48653 of the
Public Resources Code, funds appropriated in this item shall be
available for purposes of administration.

0555-001-0100--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
California Used Oil Recycling Fund  . . . 25,000

0555-001-0106--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund  . . . 195,000

0555-001-0193--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Waste Discharge Permit Fund  . . . 12,000

0555-001-0226--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
California Tire Recycling Management Fund  . . . 1,000

0555-001-0281--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Recycling Market Development Revolving Loan Account, Integrated
Waste Management Fund  . . . 143,000

0555-001-0387--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Integrated Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste Management
Fund  . . . 381,000

0555-001-0439--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund  . . . 51,000

0555-001-0679--For support of Secretary for Environmental
Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
State Water Quality Control Fund  . . . 134,000

0558-001-0001--For support of the Office of the Secretary for
Education  . . .  1,248,000 
 1,381,000 

Schedule:

(a) Secretary for Education  . . .  1,248,000 
 1,381,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item is intended for support of
the
Education Agency. The appropriation is an estimate of the funding
needs from January 1, 2001, to June 30, 2001, inclusive. Legislation
establishing the agency will be introduced and, if enacted, would be
effective on or before January 1, 2001. In the event that legislation

creating the agency is not effective on or before January 1, 2001, or

the funds are needed prior to January 1, 2001, the unexpended balance

of the funds appropriated by this item shall be available for
expenditure pursuant to Item 0650-011-0001, as authorized by the
Director of Finance.

0650-001-0001--For support of Office of Planning and Research  . . .

 4,134,000 
 4,384,000 

Schedule:

(a) 11-State Planning and Policy Development  . . . 
5,538,000

 5,788,000 

(b) 21-California Commission on Improving Life Through Service
(CCILTS)  . . . 1,944,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -1,355,000

(d) Amount payable from the Property Acquisition Law Money
Account (Item 0650-001-0002)  . . . -504,000

(e) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
0650-001-0890)  . . . -1,489,000

0650-001-0002--For support of Office of Planning and Research, for
payment to Item 0650-001-0001, payable from the Property
Acquisition Law Money Account  . . . 504,000

0650-001-0890--For support of Office of Planning and Research, for
payment to Item 0650-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 1,489,000

0650-011-0001--For support of Office of Planning and Research  . . .

 26,953,000 
 27,750,000 

Schedule:

(a) Office of the Secretary for Education  . . .  26,963,000

 27,760,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -10,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are intended for support of
the
Education Agency. The appropriation is an estimate of the funding
needs from July 1, 2000, to December 31, 2000, inclusive. Legislation

establishing the agency will be introduced and, if enacted, would be
effective on or before January 1, 2001. After the effective date of
such
legislation, and upon the determination that all obligations of the
agency in the Office of Planning and Research have been met, the
unexpended balance of the funds appropriated by this item shall be
available for expenditure pursuant to Item 0558-001-0001, as
authorized by the Director of Finance.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 is for the
purpose
of contracting for a comprehensive study that will (1) assess data
collection and data collection alternatives for potential additional
factors to be included in the Academic Performance Index (API); (2)
make recommendations regarding the most cost effective, and most
feasible methods for including factors, in addition to test scores,
in the
API; and (3) upon request, present options to the State Board of
Education including the estimated fiscal impact of each new factor,
specific processes for capturing the new data, and feasible
timeframes
for inclusion in the API. To the extent data is found to be already
available, the Department of Education shall assist in efforts to
ensure
such factors can be used for the API for 2000-01.

  These funds shall be used to contract with an independent
contractor,
selected collaboratively by the Office of the Secretary for Education

and the Department of Finance.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $25,000,000 shall be
available to the Office of the Secretary for Education for a contract

with the California State University system to provide intensive
staff
development on the use of technology in the classroom.

 4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 is for
expenditure by the Office of the Secretary for Education for the
purpose of activities associated with ensuring that every public high

school student has access to Advanced Placement (AP) or comparable
college-level courses. Funds may be spent to (1) document the
availability of AP or comparable college-level courses, including the

number and type of courses offered, for students attending each
comprehensive public high school; (2) identify barriers to the
expansion of AP or college-level course offerings; (3) identify
opportunities to develop programs that school districts can use to
ensure that their comprehensive public high schools offer students
access to AP or comparable college-level courses; (4) where
appropriate, assist schools in identifying resources available to
implement a local plan for expanding access to, and availability of,
AP or comparable college-level courses; and (5) report findings and
results to the Governor and the Legislature. 

0650-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of Planning and
Research, Program 21-Commission on Improving Life Through
Service (CCILTS), payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 

31,900,000 
 38,300,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for local assistance
allocations approved by the California Commission on Improving Life
Through Service (CCILTS).

0650-111-0001--For local assistance, Office of Planning and
Research for the Office of the Secretary for Education (Proposition
98)   . . .  90,000,000 
 15,000,000 

Provisions:

1. Legislation to establish the Office of the Secretary for Education

will be introduced and, if enacted, would be effective on or before
January 1, 2001. After the effective date of such legislation, and
upon
determination that all obligations of the Secretary for Education in
the
Office of Planning and Research have been met, the unexpended
balance of the funds appropriated in this item shall be available for

expenditure by the Office of the Secretary for Education as
authorized
by the Director of Finance. 

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $75,000,000 shall be
allocated by the Office of the Secretary for Education for education
technology related grants pursuant to legislation enacted during the
1999-2000 Regular Session. 

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 shall be
allocated by the Office of the Secretary for Education for the
Academic Volunteer and Mentor Service Program.

0690-001-0001--For support of Office of Emergency Services  . . .
 30,495,000 
 30,875,000 

Schedule:

(a) 15-Mutual Aid Response  . . .  14,454,000 
 14,834,000 

(b) 35-Plans and Preparedness  . . . 17,437,000

(c) 45-Disaster Assistance  . . . 21,702,000

(d) 55.01-Administration and Executive  . . . 4,817,000

(e) 55.02-Distributed Administration and Executive  . . . -4,817,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -2,231,000

(g) Amount payable from the Unified Program Account (Item
0690-001-0028)  . . . -581,000

(h) Amount payable from the Nuclear Planning Assessment Special
Account (Item 0690-001-0029)  . . . -869,000

(i) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 0690-0010890)
. . . -19,417,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item may be reduced by the Director of
Finance, after giving notice to the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative
Budget Committee, by the amount of federal funds made available for
the purposes of this item in excess of the federal funds scheduled in

Item 0690-001-0890.

2. The Office of Emergency Services shall charge tuition for all
training offered through the California Specialized Training
Institute.

3. Upon the approval by the Department of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds as are nec-essary between this item and
Item
0690-101-0890.

0690-001-0028--For support of Office of Emergency Services, for
payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Unified Program
Account  . . . 581,000

0690-001-0029--For support of Office of Emergency Services, for
payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Nuclear Planning
Assessment Special Account  . . . 869,000

0690-001-0890--For support of Office of Emergency Services, for
payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 19,417,000

Provisions:

1. Any funds that may become available, in addition to the funds
appropriated in this item, for disaster response and recovery may be
allocated by the Department of Finance subject to the conditions of
Section 28.00 of this act, except that, notwithstanding subdivision
(d)
of that section, the allocations may be made 30 days or less after
notification of the Legislature.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item may be expended without regard to the fiscal year in
which the application for reimbursement was submitted to the Federal
Emergency Management Agency.

0690-101-0029--For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services,
Program 35--Plans and Preparedness, payable from the Nuclear
Planning Assessment Special Account  . . . 2,050,000

0690-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services,
payable from the Federal Trust  Fund  . . . 582,660,000

Schedule:

(a) 15-Mutual Aid Response  . . . 150,000

(b) 35-Plans and Preparedness  . . . 4,800,000

(c) 45-Disaster Assistance  . . . 577,710,000

Provisions:

1. Any federal funds that may become available in addition to the
funds appropriated in this item for Program 45--Disaster Assistance
are exempt from Section 28.00 of this act. 

0690-103-0001--For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services
. . . 476,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for various grants for
emergency projects or emergency equipment. 

0690-112-0001--For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services,
for disaster recovery costs  . . . 51,212,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the state's share of
response and recovery costs for disasters.

0690-295-0001--For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services,
for reimbursement, in accordance with the provision of Section 6 of
Article XIIIB of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the
Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level

   of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive

order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 0

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.103.280-Deaf Teletype Equipment (Ch. 1032, Stats.  1980)
. . . 0

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, the mandate
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision is

specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Deaf Teletype Equipment (Ch. 1032, Stats. 1980).

0690-401--In the event the bonds authorized for the project scheduled

in Item 0690-301-0660, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998),
are not sold, the Office of Emergency Services shall commit a
sufficient portion of its support appropriation provided for in this
Budget Act to repay any loans from the Pooled Money Investment
Account. It is the intent of the Legislature that this commitment
shall
be included in future Budget Acts until outstanding loans are repaid
either through the sale of bonds or from an appropriation.

0750-001-0001--For support of Office of the Lieutenant Governor  . .

.  1,774,000 
 2,571,000 

0820-001-0001--For support of Department of Justice  . . . 
258,674,000 
 265,136,000 

Schedule:

(1) 11.01-Directorate-Administration  . . . 18,628,000

(2)

11.02-Distributed Directorate-Administration  . . . -18,628,000

(3) 12.01-Legal Support and Technology  . . . 39,571,000

(4) 12.02-Distributed Legal Support and Technology  . . .
-39,571,000

(5) 25-Executive Programs  . . .  6,479,000 
 6,703,000 

(6) 30-Civil Law  . . .  96,092,000 
 96,330,000 

(7) 40-Criminal Law  . . .  81,936,000 
 85,936,000 

(8) 45-Public Rights  . . . 41,842,000

(9) 50-Law Enforcement  . . . 128,020,000

(10) 60-Criminal Justice Information Services  . . . 
139,569,000

 146,669,000 

(11) 65-Gambling Control  . . .  7,008,000 
 14,573,000 

(12) 70-Firearms  . . . 7,930,000

(13) Reimbursements  . . .  -113,891,000 
 -111,430,000 

(14) Amount payable from the Attorney General Antitrust Account
(Item 0820-001-0012)  . . . -1,066,000

(15) Amount payable from Hazardous Waste Control Account (Item
0820-001-0014)  . . . -1,612,000

(16) Amount payable from Firearms Safety Training Fund Special
Account (Item 0820-001-0015)  . . . -458,000

(17) Amount payable from the Fingerprint Fees Account (Item
0820-001-0017)  . . .  -45,958,000 
 -49,475,000 

(18) Amount payable from Firearms Safety Account (Item
0820-001-0032)  . . . -355,000

(19) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 0820-001-0044)  . . . -18,771,000

(20) Amount payable from the Department of Justice Sexual Habitual
Offender Fund (Item 0820-001-0142)  . . .  -1,608,000

 -2,079,000 

(21) Amount payable from the Travel Seller Fund (Item
0820-0010158)  . . . -926,000

(22) Amount payable from Conservatorship Registry Fund (Item
0820-001-0195)  . . . -49,000

(23) Amount payable from the Restitution Fund (Item 0820-001-0214)
. . . -65,000

(24) Amount payable from the Sexual Predator Public Information
Account (Item 0820-001-0256)  . . . -50,000 

(24.5) Amount payable from the Indian Gaming Special Distribution
Fund (Item 0820-001-0367)  . . . -8,138,000 

(25) Amount payable from the False Claims Act Fund (Item
0820-001-0378)  . . . -9,332,000

(26) Amount payable from the Dealers' Record of Sale Special
Account (Item 0820-001-0460)  . . . -8,813,000

(27) Amount payable from the Toxic Substances Control Account
(Item 0820-001-0557)  . . . -1,909,000

(28) Amount payable from the Department of Justice Child Abuse
Fund (Item 0820-001-0566)  . . . -199,000

(29) Amount payable from the Gambling Control Fund (Item
0820-001-0567)  . . . -5,689,000

(30) Amount payable from the Gambling Control Fines and Penalties
Account (Item 0820-001-0569)  . . . -195,000

(31) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
0820-0010890)  . . .  -37,474,000 
 -40,474,000 

(32) Amount payable from the Federal Asset Forfeiture Account,
Special Deposit Fund (Item 0820-001-0942)  . . . -1,327,000

(33) Amount payable from the State Asset Forfeiture Account, Special
Deposit Fund (Item 0820-011-0942)  . . . -455,000

Provisions:

1. The Attorney General shall submit to the Legislature, the
Department of Finance, and the Governor the quarterly and annual
reports that he or she submits to the federal government on the
activities of the Medi-Cal Fraud Unit.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Justice may purchase or lease vehicles of any type or class that, in
the
judgment of the Attorney General or his or her designee, are
necessary
to the performance of the investigatory and enforcement
responsibilities of the Department of Justice, from the funds
appropriated for that purpose in this item.

3. Notwithstanding Section 28.50 of this act, the Attorney General
may augment the reimbursement authority provided in this item by up
to an aggregate of 10 percent above the amount approved in this act
for the Civil Law Division and the Public Rights Division in cases
where the legal representation needs of client agencies are secured
by
an interagency agreement or letter of commitment and the
corresponding expenditure authority has not been provided in this
item. The Attorney General shall notify the chairpersons of the
budget
committees, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the
Department of Finance within 15 days after the augmentation is made
as to the amount and justification of the augmentation, and the
program
that has been augmented.

4. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,136,000 is for the
legal
defense costs of the state in cases arising from claims of property
losses due to floods. Any funds not used for this purpose shall
revert
to the General Fund.

5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $581,000 shall be
available
only for necessary expenditures related to defending the state in the

Casmalia superfund lawsuit. Any of these funds not expended for this
purpose shall revert to the General Fund.

6. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $237,000 is available for
the
northern California pilot program for investigating inactive homicide

cases. Any funds not used for this purpose shall revert to the
General
Fund. 

7. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (7) of this item,
$1,000,000
from the General Fund and $3,000,000 from the Federal Trust Fund
shall only be available upon the enactment of Assembly Bill 1098 of
the 1999-2000 Regular Session. 

0820-001-0012--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Attorney General Antitrust
Account   . . . 1,066,000

0820-001-0014--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Hazardous Waste Control
Account  . . . 1,612,000

0820-001-0015--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Firearms Safety Training Fund
Special Account  . . . 458,000

0820-001-0017--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Fingerprint Fees Account,
pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 11105 of the Penal Code  . . .

 45,958,000 
 49,475,000 

0820-001-0032--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Firearms Safety Account  . . .
355,000

0820-001-0044--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . 18,771,000

0820-001-0142--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Department of Justice Sexual
Habitual Offender Fund  . . .  1,608,000 
 2,079,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

0820-001-0158--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Travel Seller Fund  . . .
926,000

0820-001-0195--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Conservatorship Registry Fund
. . . 49,000

0820-001-0214--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from Restitution Fund  . . . 65,000

0820-001-0256--For support of Department of Justice,
for payment to Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Sexual Predator
Public Information Account  . . . 50,000 

0820-001-0367--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Indian Gaming Special
Distribution Fund  . . . 8,138,000 

0820-001-0378--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the False Claims Act Fund  . . .
9,332,000

0820-001-0460--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Dealers' Record of Sale
Special Account  . . . 8,813,000

Provisions:

1. Dealers' Record of Sale fees collected pursuant to the state law
for
the registration of assault weapons shall not exceed $20 per
registrant.

0820-001-0557--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Toxics Substances Control
Account  . . . 1,909,000

0820-001-0566--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from Department of Justice Child
Abuse Fund  . . . 199,000

0820-001-0567--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from Gambling Control Fund  . . .
5,689,000

0820-001-0569--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from Gambling Control Fines and
Penalties Account  . . . 195,000

0820-001-0890--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .

37,474,000 
 40,474,000  

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $3,000,000 shall only be
available upon the enactment of Assembly Bill 1098 of the 1999-2000
Regular Session. 

0820-001-0942--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Federal Asset Forfeiture
Account, Special Deposit Fund  . . . 1,327,000 

0820-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Indian Gaming
Special Distribution Fund  . . . (8,138,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this item is a loan to the Indian Gaming

Special Distribution Fund. The Department of Justice shall expend
these funds to conduct activities pursuant to the tribal-state gaming

compacts ratified by Chapter 874 of the Statutes of 1999. This loan
shall be repaid with interest calculated at the rate earned by the
Pooled Money Investment Account at the time of the transfer.
Principal and interest on the loan shall be repaid in full no later
than
June 30, 2003. 

0820-011-0942--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to
Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the State Asset Forfeiture
Account, Special Deposit Fund  . . . 455,000

0820-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Justice.  . . .
6,764,000

Schedule:

(a) 25-Executive Programs  . . . 2,919,000

(b) 40-Criminal Law  . . . 3,845,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (a) shall be allocated to
community-based violence prevention activities related to the
California Gang, Crime and Violence Prevention Partnership
Program, pursuant to Chapter 885 of the Statutes of 1997.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (b) shall be allocated to
district attorneys for vertical prosecution activities related to
implementation of the Battered Women Protection Act of 1994,
pursuant to Chapter 140 of the Statutes of 1994.

0820-101-0214--For local assistance, Department of Justice, payable
from the Restitution Fund  . . . 2,935,000

Schedule:

(a) 50-Law Enforcement  . . . 2,935,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (a) are for allocation in
support
of the California Witness Protection Program, pursuant to Chapter 507

of the Statutes of 1997. Any funds not expended for this specific
purpose shall revert to the Restitution Fund.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item and the amount
appropriated in Item 0820-001-0214, the department may expend up
to $150,000 for the administration of the California Witness
Protection Program, including the review of appropriate policies and
procedures for the submittal and review of claims.

3. The Bureau of State Audits shall audit the Department of Justice's

claims review process for the California Witness Protection Program
to ensure that all criteria for program eligibility are met and shall

report annually to the Legislature by January 1 on the results of its

audits. The bureau shall also recommend changes to criteria for the
program to  ensure accountability as part of its annual report to the

Legislature.

0820-101-0460--For local assistance, Department of Justice payable
from Dealers' Record of Sale Special Account  . . . 123,000

Schedule:

(a) 60-Criminal Justice Information Services  . . . 35,000

(b) 70-Firearms  . . . 88,000

0820-101-0641--For local assistance, Department of Justice, payable
from the Domestic Violence Restraining Order Reimbursement Fund  .
. . 1,918,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be expended to reimburse

local law enforcement or other criminal justice agencies pursuant to
Chapter 707 of the Statutes of 1998.

0820-111-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Department of
Justice DNA Testing Fund  . . . 225,000

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this item shall be expended to
reimburse
counties pursuant to Chapter 696 of the Statutes of 1998.

0820-111-0255--For local assistance, Department of Justice, payable
from the Department of Justice DNA Testing Fund  . . . 225,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be expended to
reimburse
counties pursuant to Chapter 696 of the Statutes of 1998.

0820-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Justice, for
reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 11,518,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.139.976-Custody of Minors (Ch. 1399, Stats. 1976)  . . .
10,177,000

(2) 98.01.033.790-Stolen Vehicle Notification
(Ch. 337, Stats. 1990)  . . . 351,000

(3) 98.01.110.592-Misdemeanors: Booking/Fingerprinting
(Ch. 1105, Stats. 1992)  . . . 990,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of  Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriation and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

0820-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Justice  . . .

14,240,000 
 14,989,000 

Schedule:

(1) 85.60.020-Santa Rosa Replacement Laboratory--Construction  . . .

5,470,000

(2) 85.60.060-Redding Replacement Laboratory--Working drawings
and construction  . . . 6,548,000

(3) 85.60.070-Freedom Replacement Laboratory--Acquisition  . . .
2,108,000

(4) 85.60.080-Parking Lot Improvements  . . . 313,000

 (4.5) 85.60.090-Hawkins Data Center: Replace computer room
fire suppression system--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . .
.
100,000

(4.6) 85.60.095-1300 I Street Building Alterations--Preliminary
plans, working drawings, construction, and equipment  . . . 649,000


(5) Reimbursements  . . . -199,000

 Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Justice shall report the findings of a property value and code
compliance assessment, conducted by the Department of General
Services, to the Chair of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and
the Chairs of the Senate and Assembly Budget Committees 20 days
prior to requesting acquisition authority from the Public Works Board

for the Freedom Laboratory. 

0820-490--Reappropriation, Department of Justice. Notwithstanding
any other provision of law, the balance of funds provided in the
following citation is reappropriated on the effective date of this
act
for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless oth-erwise
specified, provided for in the appropriation, and shall be available
for expenditure until June 30, 2000.

0001--General Fund

(1) The balance of the $350,000 appropriated from Item
0820-001-0001, Budget Act of 1997, as reappropriated by Item
0820-490, Budget Act of 1998 and Budget Act of 1999, for the
necessary expenditures pursuant to the trial of State ex rel State
Lands
Commission v. City of Los Angeles in accordance with Provision 4 of
Item 0820-001-0001 of the Budget Act of 1997.

 0820-491--Reappropriation, Department of Justice. The balances
of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless
otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations:   

(1) Item 0820-301-0660, Budget Act of 1999  (Ch. 50, Stats. of 1999)

(a) Schedule (3) 85.60.010-Santa Barbara Replacement
Laboratory--Construction

(b) Schedule (5) 85.60.030-Fresno Replacement
Laboratory--Construction 

0840-001-0001--For support of State Controller  . . . 
64,531,000

 68,964,000 

Schedule:

(a) 100000-Personal Services  . . .  70,247,000 
 70,422,000 

(b) 300000-Operating Expenses and Equipment  . . . 
39,042,000

 43,300,000 

(c) Less funding provided by State Controller's Statewide Information

Technology Projects (Item 0841-001-0001(a))  . . . -8,377,000

(d) Reimbursements  . . . -28,637,000

(e) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account,
Transportation Tax Fund (Item 0840-001-0061)  . . . -3,029,000

(f) Amount payable from the Highway Users Tax Account,
Transportation Tax Fund (Item 0840-001-0062)  . . . -836,000

(g) Amount payable from the Local Revenue Fund (Item
0840-001-0330)  . . . -404,000

(h) Amount payable from the State School Building Lease-Purchase
Fund (Item 0840-001-0344)  . . . -729,000

(i) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
0840-001-0890)  . . . -1,330,000

(j) Amount payable from the State Penalty Fund (Item
0840-001-0903)  . . . -975,000

(k) Amount payable from nongovernmental cost funds, (Retail Sales
Tax Fund) (Item 0840-001-0988)  . . . -187,000

(l) Amount payable from various special funds (Item 0840-011-0494)
. . . -42,000

(m) Amount payable from various bond funds (Item 0840-011-0797)  .
. . -171,000

(n) Amount payable from various nongovernmental cost funds (Item
0840-011-0988)  . . . -41,000

Provisions:

1. The appropriation made in this item shall be in lieu of the
appropriation in Section 1564 of the Code of Civil Procedure for all
costs, expenses, or obligations connected with the administration of
the Unclaimed Property Law, with the exception of payment of
owners' or holders' claims pursuant to Section 1540, 1542, 1560, or
1561 of the Code of Civil Procedure, or of payment of the costs of
compensating contractors for locating and recovering unclaimed
property due the state.

2. Of the claims received for reimbursement of court-ordered or
voluntary desegregation programs pursuant to Sections 42243.6,
42247, and 42249 of the Education Code, the Controller shall pay
only those claims that have been subjected to audit by school
districts
in accordance with the Controller's procedures manual for conducting
audits of education desegregation claims. Furthermore, the Controller

shall pay only those past-year actual claims for desegregation
program costs that are accompanied by all reports issued by the
auditing entity, unless the auditing entity was the Controller.

3. No less than 0.9 personnel-year in the Audits Division shall be
used to audit education desegregation claims.

4. The Controller may, with the concurrence of the Director of
Finance and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, bill affected state departments for activities required by

Section 20050 of the State Administrative Manual, relating to the
administration of federal pass-through funds.

No billing may be sent to affected departments sooner than 30 days
after the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee has
been notified by the Director of Finance that he or she concurs with
the amounts specified in the billings.

5. (a) Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of Section 1531 of the Code of

Civil Procedure, the Controller may publish notice in any manner that

the Controller determines reasonable, provided that (1) none of the
moneys used for this purpose is redirected from funding for the
Controller's audit activities, (2) no photograph is used in the
publication of notice, and (3) no elected official's name is used in
the
publication of notice.

(b) No funds appropriated in this act may be expended by the
Controller to provide general information to the public, other than
holders (as defined in subdivision (e) of Section 1501 of the Code of

Civil Procedure) of unclaimed property, concerning the unclaimed
property program or possible existence of unclaimed property held by
the Controller's office, except for informational announcements to
the
news media, through the exchange of information on electronic
bulletin boards, or no more than $15,000 per year to inform the
public
about this program in activities already organized by the Controller
for other purposes. This restriction does not apply to sending
individual notices to property owners (as required in subdivision (d)

of Section 1531 of the Code of Civil Procedure).

6. The Controller's office shall, through audits of Medi-Cal program
and providers, enhance the General Fund resources or reduce the
General Fund expenditures in the amount of $22,100,000, through
identification of overpayments, cost avoidance, and other appropriate

measures.

7. Of the moneys appropriated to the Controller in this act, the
Controller shall not expend more than $500,000 to conduct
posteligibility fraud audits of  the Supplemental Security
Income/State
Supplementary Payment Program (SSI/SSP).

8. The Commission on State Mandates shall provide, in applicable
parameters and guidelines, as follows:

(a) If a local agency or school district contracts with an
independent
contractor for the preparation and submission of reimbursement
claims, the costs reimbursable by the state for that purpose shall
not
exceed the lesser of (1) 10 percent of the amount of the claims
prepared and submitted by the independent contractor, or (2) the
actual costs that would necessarily have been incurred for that
purpose if performed by employees of the local agency or school
district.

(b) The maximum amount of reimbursement provided in subdivision
(a) may be exceeded only if the local agency or school district
establishes, by appropriate documentation, that the preparation and
submission of these claims could not have been accomplished
without incurring the additional costs claimed by the local agency or

school district.

9. The funds appropriated to the Controller in this act may not be
expended for any performance review or performance audit except
pursuant to specific statutory authority. It is the intent of the
Legislature that audits conducted by the Controller, or under the
direction of the Controller, shall be fiscal audits that focus on
claims
and disbursements, as provided for in Section 12410 of the
Government Code. Any report, audit, analysis, or evaluation issued by

the Controller for the 2000-01 fiscal year shall cite the specific
statutory or constitutional provision authorizing the preparation and

release of the report, audit, analysis, or evaluation.

10. The Controller shall deliver his or her monthly report on General

Fund cash receipts and disbursements within 10 days after the close
of
each month to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, the Department of Finance, the
Treasurer's office, and the Office of the Legislative Analyst.

11. For purposes of the review and payment of any claim for
reimbursement by local government submitted pursuant to Section
54954.4 of the Government Code, the Controller shall use the
procedures that were in effect at the time the claim was submitted.

12. Pursuant to Section 1564 (c) of the Code of Civil Procedure, the
State Controller shall transfer all money in the Abandoned Property
Account in excess of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to the General
Fund no less frequently than at the end of each month. This transfer
       shall include unclaimed Proposition 103 insurance rebate
moneys
pursuant to Section 1861.01 of the Insurance Code and Section 1523
of the Code of Civil Procedure.

 13. A one-time augmentation of $3,520,000 provided in this item

is for the Controller's costs associated with the issuance of
warrants
for a personal income tax rebate program. In the event a personal
income tax rebate program is not funded, this augmentation for the
Controller shall revert to the General Fund. 

0840-001-0061--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account,
Transportation Tax Fund  . . . 3,029,000

0840-001-0062--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the Highway Users Tax Account,
Transportation Tax Fund  . . . 836,000

0840-001-0330--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the Local Revenue Fund  . . . 404,000

0840-001-0344--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the State School Building
Lease-Purchase Fund  . . . 729,000

0840-001-0890--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,330,000

0840-001-0903--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the State Penalty Fund  . . . 975,000

0840-001-0988--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from Unallocated nongovernmental cost
funds (Retail Sales Tax Fund)  . . . 187,000

0840-011-0494--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the unallocated special funds  . . .
42,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures in excess of the amount
appropriated in this item not sooner than 30 days after notification
in
writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of
the
fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of

the committee, or his or her designee, may in each instance
determine.

0840-011-0797--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the unallocated bond funds  . . .
171,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of the
Department of Finance may authorize expenditures in excess of the
amount appropriated in this item not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the
chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the
Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in

each instance determine.

0840-011-0988--For support of State Controller, for payment to Item
0840-001-0001, payable from the unallocated nongovernmental cost
funds  . . . 41,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of the
Department of Finance may authorize expenditures in excess of the
amount appropriated in this item not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the
chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the
Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in

each instance determine.

0841-001-0001--For support of State Controller's Statewide
Information Technology Projects  . . . 7,792,000

(a)  Human    10-Human   Resource
Management
System and Travel Expense Claim Reimbursements System  . . .
8,377,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -585,000

0845-001-0001--For support of Department of Insurance  . . .
1,137,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Tax Collection and Audit  . . . 1,137,000

0845-001-0217--For support of Department of Insurance, payable
from the Insurance Fund  . . .  121,556,000 
 122,399,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Regulation of Insurance Companies and Insurance Producers  .
. .  54,512,000 
 55,355,000 

(b) 12-Consumer Protection  . . . 38,978,000

(c) 20-Fraud Control  . . . 28,776,000

(d) 50.01-Administration  . . . 16,518,000

(e) 50.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -16,518,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -710,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, the Controller shall
transfer
 $2,294,000    $3,137,000   as of July 1,
2000, to
the Department of Aging for support of the Health Insurance
Counseling and Advocacy Program.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, the Controller shall
transfer
$493,000 as of July 1, 2000, to the State and Consumer Services
Agency for support of the Office of Insurance Advisor, to provide
assistance to the Governor on insurance-related matters.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, an amount not to exceed
$600,000 shall be used solely to cover intervenor compensation costs
allowable under subdivision (b) of Section 1861.10 of the Insurance
Code.

4. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $3,778,000 is for
conducting activities pursuant to Chapter 963 of the Statutes of
1998.
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Insurance
be
reimbursed for the cost associated with the investigation and
enforcement actions relating to Holocaust era insurance claims.
Accordingly, it is the intent of the Legislature that the Department
of
Insurance repay the funding specified above to the General Fund and
the Insurance Fund from reimbursements received for costs associated
with the investigation and enforcement actions relating to Holocaust
era insurance claims. Further, it is the intent of the Legislature
that
reimbursement of state costs shall first be delivered to the
Controller
to be deposited in the General Fund for the repayment of funds
appropriated by Chapter 963 of the Statutes of 1998 and next for
repayment of funds transferred from the General Fund as a loan to the

Insurance Fund by Item 0845-011-0001 of this act, consistent with
Provision 1 of that item.

5. The amount identified in Provision 4 for conducting activities
pursuant to Chapter 963 of the Statutes of 1998 and  Ch.

 Chapter   85 of the Statutes of 1999 includes funding to
support the activities of the Holocaust Era Insurance Claims
Oversight
Committee created pursuant to  Ch. 85,  
Chapter 85 of
the   Statutes of 1999.

0845-001-0548--For support of Department of Insurance, payable
from the Title Insurance Fund  . . . 158,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Regulation of Insurance Companies and Insurance Producers  .
. . 158,000

0845-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Insurance Fund
. . . (3,778,000)

Provisions:

1. The transfer made by this item is a loan to the Insurance Fund for

the Department of Insurance to conduct activities pursuant to Chapter

963 of the Statutes of 1998. This loan shall be paid with interest
calculated at the rate earned by the Pooled Money Investment Account
at the time of the transfer. Principal and interest on the loan shall
be
paid no later than June 30, 2006.

2. The funds transferred by this item include funding to support the
activities of the Holocaust Era Insurance Claims Oversight Committee
created pursuant to Chapter 963 of the Statutes of 1998.

0845-101-0217--For local assistance, Department of Insurance,
Program 20-Fraud Control, payable from the Insurance Fund  . . .
31,903,000

0845-490--Reappropriation, Department of Insurance. The balance of
the appropriation provided in the following citation is
reappropriated
for the purposes and subject to the requirements provided for in that

appropriation, and shall be available for encumbrance and
expenditure until June 30, 2001.

0217--Insurance Fund

(1) Item 0845-001-0217, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999),
12-Consumer Protection.

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balance of
$4,668,000 appropriated for the Holocaust Era Insurance Claims
Project shall be available for encumbrance and expenditure until June

30, 2001.

0850-001-0562--For support of the California State Lottery
Commission, for payment of expenses of the lottery, including all
costs incurred in the operation and administration of the lottery,
payable from the State Lottery Fund  . . . (344,250,000)

Provisions: 

1. The amount displayed in this item is based on the estimate by the
California State Lottery Commission of expenditures for the operation

and administration of the lottery to be made during the 2000-01
fiscal
year pursuant to Section 8880.64 of the Government Code. This
amount is subject to change, based on the sales of lottery tickets
and
other market conditions.  

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the California State
Lottery Commission shall submit to the Department of Finance, the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and the budget committees of the
Legislature, all of the following:

(a) In conjunction with submission of the commission's quarterly
financial statements, a report comparing estimated administrative
costs to budgeted administrative costs for the 2001-02 fiscal year.
The
report shall be in sufficient detail that they may be used for
legislative
review purposes and for sustaining a thorough ongoing review of the
expenditures of the California State Lottery Commission. These
reports shall include a reporting of the lottery sales revenues and
shall
detail any administrative funding that is used to supplement the
prize
pool of any lottery game.

(b) No later than January 10, 2001, a copy of the proposed
administrative budget for the California State Lottery Commission for

the 2001-02 fiscal year that is included in the Governor's Budget.

(c) No later than June 1, 2001, a copy of the proposed administrative

budget and expected sales revenue for the California State Lottery
Commission for the 2001-02 fiscal year that is submitted to the
California State Lottery Commission's Budget Committee. This report
shall detail any administrative funding that is proposed to be used
to
supplement the prize pool of any lottery game.

(d) No later than June 30, 2001, the final 2001-02 budget and revenue

projections approved by the California State Lottery Commission. The
report shall include any approved revision, and supporting
documentation, to the June 1, 2001, proposed budget. The report shall

detail any administrative funding that is proposed to be used to
supplement the prize pool of any lottery game. 

0855-001-0567--For support of California Gambling Control
Commission, payable from the Gambling Control Fund  . . . 1,153,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Gambling Control Commission  . . . 1,153,000 

0855-101-0366--For local assistance, California Gambling Control
Commission, payable from the Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust
Fund  . . . 1,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for distribution to
nongaming tribes.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for purposes of this item in
excess
of the amount appropriated in this item. Approval for any such
expenditure shall be made in writing and filed with the Chairperson
of
the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the chairperson of the
committee in each house that considers appropriations, not later than

10 days after the effective date of the approval. 

0860-001-0001--For support of State Board of Equalization  . . .

194,286,000 
 192,154,000 

Schedule:

(a) 100000-Personal Services  . . . 225,999,000

(b) 300000-Operating Expenses and Equipment  . . . 
79,599,000

 76,906,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -85,760,000 
 -85,324,000 

(d) Amount payable from the Breast Cancer Fund (Item
0860-001-0004)  . . .  -108,000 
 -107,000 

(e) Amount payable from the State Emergency Telephone Number
Account (Item 0860-001-0022)  . . .  -679,000 
 -673,000 

(f) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account,
Transportation Tax Fund (Item 0860-001-0061)  . . . 
-16,037,000

 -15,973,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention
Account (Item 0860-001-0070)  . . .  -580,000 
 -571,000 

(h) Amount payable from the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Fund (Item 0860-001-0080)  . . .  -536,000 
 -527,000 

(i) Amount payable from the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax
Fund (Item 0860-001-0230)  . . .  -1,352,000 
 -1,342,000 

(j) Amount payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and Administration
Fund (Item 0860-001-0320)  . . .  -238,000 
 -236,000 

(k) Amount payable from the Integrated Waste Management Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund (Item 0860-001-0387)  . . . 

-355,000 
 -351,000 

(l) Amount payable from the Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund
(Item 0860-001-0439)  . . .  -1,671,000 
 -1,656,000 

(m) Amount payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account
(Item 0860-001-0465)  . . . -201,000

(n) Amount payable from the California Children and Families First
Trust Fund (Item 0860-001-0623)  . . .  -895,000 
 -890,000 

(o) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
0860-001-0890)  . . . -102,000

(p) Amount payable from the Timber Tax Fund (Item 0860-001-0965)
. . . -2,798,000

Provisions:

1. It is the intent of the Legislature that all funds appropriated to
the
Board of Equalization for processing tax returns, auditing, and
collecting owed tax amounts, shall be used in a manner consistent
with its authorized budget and the documents that were presented to
the Legislature for its review in support of that budget. The Board
of
Equalization shall not reduce expenditures or redirect either funding

or personnel resources away from direct auditing or collection
activities without prior approval of the Director of Finance. The
Director shall not approve any  such   reduction or
redirection sooner than 30 days after providing notification to the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee. No such position may be
transferred from the organizational unit to which it was assigned in
the
2000-01 Governor's Budget and the Salaries and Wages Supplement
as revised by legislative actions without the approval of the
Department of Finance. Furthermore, the board shall expeditiously
fill
budgeted positions consistent with the funding provided in this act.


0860-001-0004--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Breast Cancer
Fund  . . .  108,000 
 107,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 30461.6 of the Revenue and Taxation
Code, or any other provision of law, sufficient funds to cover the
costs of the State Board of Equalization for the collection and
enforcement of fees to be deposited in the Breast Cancer Fund shall
be retained in the fund, and be available to be appropriated to the
board.

0860-001-0022--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the State Emergency
Telephone Number Account  . . .  679,000 
 673,000 

0860-001-0061--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel
Account, Transportation Tax Fund  . . .  16,037,000 

 15,973,000 

0860-001-0070--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Occupational Lead
Poisoning Prevention Account  . . .  580,000 
 571,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified by
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

0860-001-0080--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Childhood Lead
Poisoning Prevention  Fund  . . .  536,000 
 527,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified by
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

0860-001-0230--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . .  1,352,000 
 1,342,000 

0860-001-0320--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Oil Spill
Prevention and Administration Fund  . . .  238,000 
 236,000 

0860-001-0387--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Integrated Waste
Management Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund  . . . 
355,000 
 351,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified by
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

0860-001-0439--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Underground
Storage Tank Cleanup Fund  . . .  1,671,000 
 1,656,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

0860-001-0465--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Energy Resources
Programs Account  . . . 201,000

0860-001-0623--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the California Children
and Families First Trust Fund  . . .  895,000 
 890,000 

0860-001-0890--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 102,000

0860-001-0965--For support of State Board of Equalization, for
payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Timber Tax Fund  .
. . 2,798,000

0890-001-0001--For support of Secretary of State  . . . 
21,281,000 
 21,081,000 

Schedule:

(a) 100000-Personal Services  . . . 22,805,000

(b) 300000-Operating Expenses and Equipment  . . . 
25,084,000

 24,884,000 

(c) Special Item of Expense-Election Related Costs  . . . 9,223,000

(d) Reimbursements  . . . -6,337,000

(e) Amount payable from the Secretary of State's Business Fees Fund
(Item 0890-001-0228)  . . . -27,185,000

(f) Amount payable from the Business Reinvestment Fund (Item
0890-001-0274)  . . . -2,309,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding the Governor's Executive Order W-173-1998, the
Secretary of State shall no longer serve as the Chief Executive
Officer
of the California Gold Discovery to Statehood Sesquicentennial
Commission (CGDSS). The Secretary of State's staff shall no longer
provide support services for the CGDSS. No funds appropriated to
the Secretary of State shall be expended for any purposes under
Executive Order W-173-1998.

0890-001-0228--For support of Secretary of State, for payment to
Item 0890-001-0001, payable from the Secretary of State's Business
Fees Fund  . . . 27,185,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $6,594,000 in Program
05,
for costs to develop and implement a new Records Management
System, may not be encumbered or expended until the Department of
Information Technology and Department of Finance approve the
appropriate project initiation documents (Alternative Procurement
Business Justification and/or Feasibility Study Report) prepared in
accordance with the State Administrative Manual and Statewide
Information Management Manual. The funds shall be made available
consistent with the amount approved by the Department of Finance,
based upon the approved Feasibility Study Report.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of State

may expend an amount not to exceed $538,000 of the funds
appropriated in this item for the investigation and prosecution of
voter
fraud in California.

0890-001-0274--For support of Secretary of State, for payment to
Item 0890-001-0001, payable from the Business Reinvestment Fund  .
. . 2,309,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,961,000 in Program 05,

for costs to develop and implement a new Records Management
System, may not be encumbered or expended until the Department of
Information Technology and Department of Finance approve the
appropriate project initiation documents (Alternative Procurement
Business Justification and/or Feasibility Study Report) prepared in
accordance with the State Administrative Manual and Statewide
Information Management Manual. The funds shall be made available
consistent with the amount approved by the Department of Finance,
based upon the approved Feasibility Study Report.

0890-003-0001--For support of Secretary of State for rental payments
on lease revenue bonds  . . .  3,944,000 
 8,413,000 

Schedule:

(a) Base Rental and Fees  . . .  9,526,000 
 9,477,000 

(b) Structural Insurance  . . .  40,000 
 46,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -5,622,000 
 -1,110,000 

0890-003-0228--For support of Secretary of State for rental payments
on lease revenue bonds, payable from the Secretary of State's
Business Fees Fund  . . .  1,244,000 
 2,654,000 

Schedule:

(a) Base Rental and Fees  . . .  2,940,000 
 2,991,000 

(b) Structural Insurance  . . .  13,000 
 14,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -1,709,000 
 -351,000 

0890-295-0001--For local assistance, Secretary of State, for
reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 7,853,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.007.778-Absentee ballots (Ch. 77, Stats. 78)  . . .
6,111,000

(2) 98.01.039.188-Brendon Maguire Act (Ch. 391, Stats. 88)  . . .
1,000

(3) 98.01.049.479-Handicapped voter access (Ch. 494, Stats. 79)  . .
.
0

(4) 98.01.070.475-Voter registration procedures (Ch. 704, Stats. 75)
. . . 1,416,000

(5) 98.01.101.381-Local elections  (Ch. 1013, Stats. 81)  . . . 0

(6) 98.01.104.285-Election materials (Ch. 1042, Stats. 85)  . . . 0

(7) 98.01.140.176-Voter registration roll purge (Ch. 1401, Stats. 76)

. . . 0

(8) 98.01.142.282-Permanent absent voters (Ch. 1422, Stats. 82)  . .
.
325,000

(9) 98.01.160.382-Democratic presidential delegates (Ch. 1603,
Stats. 82)  . . . 0

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

3. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, mandates
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision
are
specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Handicapped voter access (Ch. 494, Stats. 1979).

(b) Local elections (Ch. 1013, Stats. 1981).

(c) Election materials (Ch. 1042, Stats. 1985).

(d) Voter registration roll purge (Ch. 1401, Stats. 1976).

(e) Democratic presidential delegates (Ch. 1603, Stats. 1982, and Ch.

8, Stats. 1988).

0950-001-0001--For support of State Treasurer  . . . 
6,561,000

 6,702,000 

Schedule:

(a) 100000-Personal Services  . . .  13,678,000 
 14,042,000 

(b) 300000-Operating Expenses and Equipment  . . .  5,475,000


 5,427,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -12,253,000 
 -12,593,000 

(d) Amount payable from the Local Agency Deposit Security Fund
(Item 0950-001-0240)  . . .  -339,000 
 -174,000 

Provisions:

1. The State Treasurer shall seek to increase the reimbursement rates

charged to those departments or programs that receive services from
the State Treasurer's Office's Item Processing  system
 
System   by an amount sufficient to recover from those
departments or programs, over a five-year period, beginning not later

than fiscal year 1999-00, their fair share of the $3.78 million cost
of
upgrading the system to be Year 2000 compliant. Those departments
or programs include, but are not limited to, the Department of Health

Services' Women, Infant and  Children's  
Children
  Program, and the Employment Development Department's
Unemployment and Disability Insurance Program.

0950-001-0240--For support of the State Treasurer, for payment to
Item 0950-001-0001, payable from the Local Agency Deposit
Security Fund  . . .  339,000 
 174,000 

0950-295-0001--For local assistance, State Treasurer, for

reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of
Section 6 of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution or of
Section
17561 of the Government Code, of the costs of any new program or
increased level of service of an existing program mandated by statute

or executive order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . .
3,342,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.078.395-Investment Reports--Cities and Counties
(Ch. 783/95)  . . . 3,342,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated by this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house that considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

0954-001-0001--For support of the Scholarshare Investment Board  . .

.  500,000 
 1,000,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20-Governor's Scholars Program  . . .  500,000 
 1,000,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are for the purpose of
administering
the Governor's Scholars Program and the Governor's Math and
Science Scholars Program, established pursuant to legislation enacted

during the 1999-2000 Regular Session that becomes operative on or
before January 1, 2001.

0954-001-0564--For support of the Scholarshare Investment Board,
payable from the Scholarshare Administrative Fund  . . . 934,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Golden State ScholarShare Trust Program  . . . 934,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the ScholarShare Investment
Board in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days
after notification in writing of the necessity therefor is provided
to the
chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the
Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in

each instance determine.

0956-001-0171--For support of California Debt and Investment
Advisory Commission, payable from the California Debt and
Investment Advisory Commission Fund  . . .  1,659,000

 1,694,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission  . . .
 1,759,000 
 1,794,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -100,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Debt and
Investment Advisory Commission in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of

the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of

the committee, or his or her designee, may in each instance
determine.

0959-001-0169--For support of California Debt Limit Allocation
Committee, payable from the California Debt Limit Allocation
Committee Fund  . . .  793,000 
 865,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Debt Limit Allocation Committee  . . .  793,000

 865,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Debt Limit
Allocation Committee in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner
than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity therefor
is
provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner
than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance determine.

0965-001-0215--For support of California Industrial Development
Financing Advisory Commission, payable from the Industrial
Development Fund  . . .  438,000 
 447,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Industrial Development Financing Advisory Commission  . . .
 438,000 
 447,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Industrial
Development Financing Advisory Commission in excess of the
amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of
the
fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser   time the chairperson
of the committee, or his or her designee, may in each instance
determine.

0965-001-0297--For support of California Industrial Development
Financing Advisory Commission, payable from the Community and
Economic Development Fund  . . . 73,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Industrial Development Financing Advisory Commission  . . .
73,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Industrial
Development Financing Advisory Commission in excess of the
amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of
the
fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of

the committee, or his or her designee, may in each instance
determine.

0968-001-0448--For support of California Tax Credit Allocation
Committee, payable from the Occupancy Compliance Monitoring
Account, Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account  . . .  652,000

 986,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Tax Credit Allocation Committee  . . . 
667,000

 1,001,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -15,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner
than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity therefor
is
provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner
than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance determine.

0968-001-0457--For support of California Tax Credit Allocation
Committee, payable from the Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account  . . .

 1,277,000 
 1,311,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Tax Credit Allocation Committee  . . . 
1,292,000 
 1,326,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -15,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner
than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity therefor
is
provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner
than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance determine.

0971-001-0528--For support of California Alternative Energy and
Advanced Transportation Financing Authority, payable from the
California Alternative Energy Authority Fund  . . .  160,000

 163,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation
Financing Authority  . . .  160,000 
 163,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the California Alternative
Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority in excess of
the amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification in

writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of
the
fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of

the joint committee, or his or her designee, may in each instance
determine.

 0977-101-0001--For local assistance, California Health
Facilities Financing Authority  . . . 50,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-CHFFA Grant Program  . . . 50,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this appropriation
shall be transferred from the General Fund to the California Health
Facilities Financing Authority Fund upon enactment of the 2000
Budget Act for purposes of establishing a grant program within the
California Health Facilities Financing Authority to fund the capital
outlay needs of community and free clinics. The Authority shall
determine criteria for awarding grants and shall report to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee on the total amount of each grant
awarded, the recipient of each grant, and the purpose for which each
grant was used. 

                              STATE AND CONSUMER SERVICES

1100-001-0001--For support of California Science Center  . . .

12,264,000 
 12,817,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Education  . . .  9,261,000 
 9,814,000 

(b) 20-Exposition Park Management  . . . 2,690,000

(c) 30-California African-American Museum  . . . 4,317,000

(d) 40.01-Administration  . . . 1,160,000

(e) 40.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -1,160,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -1,314,000

(g) Amount payable from the Exposition Park Improvement Fund (Item
1100-001-0267)  . . . -2,690,000

Provisions:

1. The Director of General Services shall not approve a contract,
permit, or lease agreement by the museum (excluding those for
museum exhibits) that reduces state revenues or increases state costs

by $25,000 or more unless, not sooner than 30 days prior to giving
his
or her approval, the director submits in writing to the Chairperson
of
the Joint Legislative Budget Committee notification of the director's

intent to approve that contract, permit, or lease, or not sooner than

such lesser time as the chairperson may in each instance determine.
This provision shall have no effect as to those contracts that the
legislative fiscal commit tees have examined as part of the budget
process or otherwise.

1100-001-0267--For support of California Science Center for
payment to Item 1100-001-0001, payable from the Exposition Park
Improvement Fund  . . . 2,690,000

1100-003-0001--For support of the California Science Center for
rental payments on lease revenue  bonds  . . .  2,732,000

 2,651,000 

Schedule:

(a) Base rental  . . .  2,713,000 
 2,720,000 

(b) Insurance  . . .  19,000 
 23,000  

(c) Reimbursement  . . . -92,000

1100-301-0001--For capital outlay, California Science Center  . . .
5,225,000

Schedule:

(1) 11.01.000-Science Center Phase II-- Preliminary plans  . . .
5,225,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item for preliminary plans for
Phase II of the California Science Center, $3,100,000 shall be
available for schematic design that shall include the identification
of
the program, substantiation of project and operating cost models, and

development of design documents; $2,125,000 shall be available for
preliminary plans. Funding for schematic design shall be released
upon appropriation. Upon completion, the California Science Center
shall submit the schematic design documents to the Department of
Finance for review. The preliminary plan funds shall only be
available upon approval of the schematic design documents by the
Department of Finance.

1100-301-0267--For capital outlay, California Science Center  . . . 0


Schedule:

(1) 11.04.000-Technology Hall and Hall of Health
Remodel--Construction  . . . 2,000,000

(2) Reimbursements  . . . -2,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the California Science

Center shall certify the receipt and deposit of reimbursements to the

Exposition Park Improvement Fund prior to the Department of Finance
authorizing the project identified in Schedule (1) of this item to
proceed to bid. 

1100-490--Reappropriation, California Science Center. The balances
of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are
reappropriated and available for encumbrance for two years for the
purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified,
provided for in those appropriations:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 1100-301-0001, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998)

(2) 11.02.000-Masterplan Parking Facility, Phase I--Working
drawings, and construction.

 (2) Item 1100-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats.
1999)

(2) 11.00.004-Technology Hall and Hall of Health
Remodel--Working drawings and construction. 

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(1) Item 1100-301-0890, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998)

(1) 11.02.000-Masterplan Parking Facility, Phase I--Working
drawings, and construction.

1111-002-0001--For support of the Department of Consumer Affairs
. . .  1,185,000 
 1,000,000 

1111-002-0069--For support of the Bureau of Barbering and
Cosmetology, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the
State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Fund  . . . 
9,445,000

 9,333,000 

Schedule:

(a) 22-Bureau of Barbering and Cosmetology  . . .  9,502,000

 9,390,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -57,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0166--For support of the Arbitration Certification Program,
Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Consumer
Affairs-Certification Account  . . . 599,000

Schedule:

(a) 23-Arbitration Certification Program  . . . 599,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0208--For support of the Bureau of Hearing Aid
Dispensers, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the
Hearing Aid Dispensers Fund  . . .  538,000 
 537,000 

Schedule:

(a) 24-Bureau of Hearing Aid Dispensers  . . .  547,000

 546,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -9,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0239--For support of the Bureau of Security and
Investigative Services, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable
from the Private Security Services Fund  . . . 5,675,000

Schedule:

(a) 25.10.010-Bureau of Security and Investigative Services, Private
Security Services Program  . . . 8,129,000

(b) 25.10.020-Distributed Private Security Services  . . . -104,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -2,350,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0260--For support of the Bureau of Nursing Home
Administrators, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the
Nursing Home Administrator's State License Examining Board Fund  .
. . 479,000

Schedule:

(a) 26-Bureau of Nursing Home Administrators  . . . 480,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -1,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0305--For support of the Bureau for Private Postsecondary
and Vocational Education, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable
from the Private Postsecondary Education Administration Fund  . . .
 5,073,000 
 5,193,000 

Schedule:

(a) 27.10.010-Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational
Education  . . .  5,263,000 
 5,383,000 

(b) 27.10.020-Distributed Private Postsecondary and Vocational
Education  . . . -110,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -80,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0325--For support of the Bureau for Electronic and
Appliance Repair, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the
Electronic and Appliance Repair Fund  . . .  1,561,000

 1,557,000 

Schedule:

(a) 28-Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair  . . . 
1,574,000 
 1,570,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -13,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0421--For support of the Bureau of Automotive Repair,
Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Vehicle Inspection
and Repair Fund  . . .  93,445,000 
 94,209,000 

Schedule:

(a) 31.10.010 Smog Check Program and Consumer Protection
Operation  . . .  93,634,000 
 94,398,000 

(b) 31.10.020 Distributed Smog Check  . . . -71,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -118,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code. 

1111-002-0459--For support of the Telephone Medical Advice
Services Program, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the
Telephone Medical Advice Services Fund  . . . 522,000

Schedule:

(a) 37-Telephone Medical Advice Services Program  . . . 522,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code. 

1111-002-0582--For support of the Bureau of Automotive Repair,
Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the High Polluter
Repair or Removal Account  . . .  22,000,000 
 46,000,000 

Schedule:

(a) 31.20-High Polluter Repair and Removal Program  . . . 
22,000,000 
 46,000,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0702--For support of Department of Consumer Affairs,
payable from the Consumer Affairs Fund, Professions and Vocations
Fund  . . . 0

Schedule:

(a) 35.10.010-Administrative and Information Services Division  . . .

37,300,000

(b) 35.10.015-Communications and Education Division  . . .
1,319,000

(c) 35.10.020-Consumer Relations and Outreach Division  . . .

4,581,000 
 3,815,000 

(d) 35.10.025-Division of Investigation  . . . 6,446,000

(e) 35.20.010-Distributed Administrative and Information Services
Division  . . . -22,880,000

(f) 35.20.015-Distributed Communications and Education Division  . .

. -765,000

(g) 35.20.020-Distributed Consumer Relations and Outreach Division
. . .  -3,027,000 
 -2,815,000 

(h) 35.20.025-Distributed Division of Investigation  . . . -1,351,000


(i) Amount payable from General Fund (Item 1111-002-0001)  . . .
 -1,185,000 
 -1,000,000 

(j) Reimbursements  . . .  -20,438,000 
 -20,069,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0717--For support of the Cemetery Bureau, Department of
Consumer Affairs, payable from the Cemetery Fund, Professions and
Vocations Fund  . . .  1,179,000 
 1,178,000 

Schedule:

(a) 32-Cemetery Bureau  . . .  1,298,000 
 1,297,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -119,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0750--For support of the Funeral Bureau, Department of
Consumer Affairs, payable from the State Funeral Directors and
Embalmers Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund  . . . 
1,163,000

 1,162,000 

Schedule:

(a) 33-Funeral Bureau  . . .  1,175,000 
 1,174,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -12,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0752--For support of the Bureau of Home Furnishings and
Thermal Insulation, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from
the Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Fund  . . .
 3,203,000 
 3,197,000 

Schedule:

(a) 34-Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation  . . .

3,208,000 
 3,202,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -5,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues
derived from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0769--For support of the Bureau of Security and
Investigative Services, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable
from the Private Investigator Fund  . . .  814,000 
 811,000 

Schedule:

(a) 25.20-Private Investigators Program    . . . 864,000

 861,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -50,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1111-002-0890--For support of the Bureau for Private Postsecondary
and Vocational Education, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  1,111,000 
 1,130,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Federal Trust
Fund Account of the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational
Education may borrow from the Private Postsecondary and Vocational
Education Administration Fund an amount not to exceed a cumulative
total of $500,000 for the purpose of meeting cash-flow needs for the
purposes funded in this item due to delays in collecting federal
funds.
Any loan made pursuant to this provision shall be made only upon
approval of the Department of Finance, and only if the 
Bureau
   bureau   demonstrates and certifies that a
sufficient
surplus exists in the Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education
Administration Fund to support the amount of the loan, and that funds

will be available from the federal government to repay the loan. All
money transferred shall be repaid to the fund as soon as possible,
but
not later than one year from the date of the loan.

1111-002-0960--For support of the Bureau for Private Postsecondary
and Vocational Education, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable
from the Student Tuition Recovery Fund  . . . 400,000

Schedule:

(a) 27.30-Student Tuition Recovery Program  . . . 400,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues
derived from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

 1111-012-0761--For transfer by the Controller to the Telephone
Medical Advice Services Fund  . . . (522,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a loan of $522,000 is

hereby authorized to support the Department of Consumer Affairs
Telephone Medical Advice Services Program. The loan shall be
repaid from fees paid by licensees of the program pursuant to Chapter

15 (commencing with Section 4999) of Division 2 of the Business and
Professions Code. The Department of Consumer Affairs Telephone
Medical Advice Services Program shall repay the loan with interest
to the Board of Registered Nursing Fund within five years in four
equal installments. Loan payments shall begin no later than 12 months

after the loan is disbursed. The rate of interest shall be at the
rate
earned by moneys invested in the Pooled Money Investment Account.


1120-001-0704--For support of Board of Accountancy, payable from
the Accountancy Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund  . . . 
9,624,000 
 9,610,000 

Schedule:

(a) 3-Board of Accountancy  . . .  9,828,000 
 9,814,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -204,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

 2. It is recognized that the Board of Accountancy is pursuing a
significant disciplinary action that could have a fiscal impact
beyond
the amount appropriated in this item. Notwithstanding the provisions
of subdivision (a) of Section 27.00 of this act, the Board of
Accountancy is authorized to submit a request for approval to spend
at
a rate that will require a deficiency appropriation to the Department


          of Finance for review and submission to the Chairperson of
the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, in the event a need for additional
resources to complete the discipline proceedings in this particular
case is identified. 

1130-001-0706--For support of California Board of Architectural
Examiners, payable from the California Board of Architectural
Examiners Fund  . . .  2,914,000 
 2,907,000 

Schedule:

(a) 6-California Board of Architectural Examiners  . . . 
2,919,000 
 2,912,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -5,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1130-001-0757--For support of California Board of Architectural
Examiners, Landscape Architect Technical Committee, payable from
California Board of Architectural Examiners-Landscape Architects
Fund  . . .  636,000 
 635,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1140-001-0001--For support of State Athletic Commission  . . .
800,000

Schedule:

(a) 9-State Athletic Commission  . . . 984,000

(b) Amount payable from the Boxer's Pension Account (Item
1140-002-0008)  . . . -83,000

(c) Amount payable from the Boxer's Neurological Examinations
Account (Item 1140-001-0492)  . . . -101,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1140-001-0492--For support of State Athletic Commission, for
payment to Item 1140-001-0001, payable from the Boxer's
Neurological Examination  Account  . . . 101,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1140-002-0008--For support of State Athletic Commission, for
payment to Item 1140-001-0001, payable from the Boxer's Pension
Account  . . . 83,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1170-001-0773--For support of Board of Behavioral Science,
payable from the Behavioral Science Examiners Fund, Professions
and Vocations Fund  . . . 4,398,000

Schedule:

(a) 18-Board of Behavioral Science  . . . 4,574,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -176,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1230-001-0093--For support of Contractors' State License Board, for
payment to Item 1230-001-0735, payable from the Construction
Management Education Account  . . . 15,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1230-001-0735--For support of Contractors' State License Board,
payable from the Contractors' License Fund  . . .  45,512,000


 47,742,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30-Contractors' State License Board  . . .  45,780,000

 48,010,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -253,000

(c) Amount payable from the Construction Management Education
Account (Item 1230-001-0093)  . . . -15,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1260-001-0741--For support of Board of Dental Examiners, payable
from the State Dentistry Fund  . . .  6,383,000 
 6,374,000 

Schedule:

(a) 36-Board of Dental Examiners  . . .  6,512,000 
 6,503,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -129,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1270-001-0380--For support of the Committee on Dental Auxiliaries,
payable from the State Dental Auxiliary Fund  . . . 
1,569,000

 1,555,000 

Schedule:

(a) 36.20-Committee on Dental Auxiliaries  . . .  1,791,000

 1,777,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -222,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1340-001-0205--For support of State Board of Registration for
Geologists and Geophysicists, Program 51, payable from the Geology
and Geophysics Fund  . . .  979,000 
 978,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1350-001-0024--For support of State Board of Guide Dogs for the
Blind, Program 54, payable from the State Board of Guide Dogs for
the Blind Fund  . . .  119,000 
 152,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1390-001-0175--For support of Medical Board of California,
Registered Dispensing Opticians, for payment to Item 1390-001-0758,
payable from the Dispensing Opticians Fund  . . . 289,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1390-001-0210--For support of Medical Board of California,
Outpatient Settings, for payment to Item 1390-001-0758, payable from
the Outpatient Setting Fund of the Medical Board of California  . . .

23,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1390-001-0758--For support of Medical Board of California, payable
from the Contingent Fund of the Medical Board of California  . . .

36,000,000 
 35,964,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.10.010-Medical Board of California  . . .  37,104,000

 37,068,000 

(b) 63.15-Registered Dispensing Opticians  . . . 289,000

(c) 63.17-Outpatient Setting  . . . 23,000

(e) 63.10.020-Distributed Medical Board of California   . . .
-797,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -307,000

(g) Amount payable from the Dispensing Opticians Fund (Item
1390-001-0175)  . . . -289,000

(h) Amount payable from the Outpatient Setting Fund of the Medical
Board of California (Item 1390-001-0210)  . . . -23,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1400-001-0108--For support of Medical Board of California,
Acupuncture Board, payable from the Acupuncture Fund  . . . 
1,870,000 
 1,868,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.20-Acupuncture Board  . . .  1,893,000 
 1,891,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -23,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1420-001-0759--For support of Medical Board of California,
Physical Therapy Board of California, payable from the Physical
Therapy Fund  . . .  1,968,000 
 1,961,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.40-Physical Therapy Board of California   . . . 
2,067,000

 2,060,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -99,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1430-001-0280--For support of Medical Board of California,
Physician Assistant Committee, payable from the Physician Assistant
Fund  . . .  868,000 
 864,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.50-Physician Assistant Committee  . . .  893,000

 889,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -25,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1440-001-0295--For support of California Board of Podiatric
Medicine, payable from the Board of Podiatric Medicine Fund  . . .
 1,045,000 
 1,044,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.60-California Board of Podiatric Medicine  . . . 
1,049,000

 1,048,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -4,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1450-001-0310--For support of Medical Board of California, Board
of Psychology, payable from the Psychology Fund  . . . 3,058,000

Schedule:

(a) 63.70-Board of Psychology  . . . 3,109,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -51,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1455-001-0319--For support of Medical Board of California,
Respiratory Care Board of California, payable from the Respiratory
Care Fund  . . .  2,483,000 
 2,564,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.75-Respiratory Care Board of California   . . . 
2,549,000

 2,630,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -66,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1460-001-0376--For support of the Speech-Language Pathology and
Audiology Board, payable from the Speech-Language and Audiology
Fund   . . .  587,000 
 584,000 

Schedule:

(a) 63.80-Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board  . . .

611,000 
 608,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -24,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues
derived from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1480-001-0763--For support of State Board of Optometry, payable
from the State Optometry Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund  . . .

 1,163,000 
 1,161,000 

Schedule:

(a) 69-State Board of Optometry  . . .  1,169,000 
 1,167,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -6,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1490-001-0767--For support of California State Board of Pharmacy,
payable from the Pharmacy Board Contingent Fund, Professions and
Vocations Fund  . . . 6,214,000

Schedule:

(a) 72-California State Board of Pharmacy  . . . 6,465,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -251,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1500-001-0770--For support of Board for Professional Engineers and
Land Surveyors, payable from the Professional Engineer and Land
Surveyor Fund  . . .  7,005,000 
 6,976,000 

Schedule:

(a) 75-Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors  . . .

7,021,000 
 6,992,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -16,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1510-001-0761--For support of Board of Registered Nursing, payable
from the Board of Registered Nursing Fund, Professions and
Vocations Fund  . . .  13,229,000 
 13,147,000 

Schedule:

(a) 78-Board of Registered Nursing  . . .  13,772,000

 13,690,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -543,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1520-001-0771--For support of Court Reporters Board of California,
payable from the Court Reporters' Fund  . . .  753,000

 750,000 

Schedule:

(a) 81-Court Reporters Board of California  . . .  771,000

 768,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -18,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1530-001-0399--For support of Structural Pest Control Board, for
payment to Item 1530-001-0775, payable from the Structural Pest
Control Education and Enforcement Fund  . . . 275,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1530-001-0775--For support of Structural Pest Control Board,
payable from the Structural Pest Control Fund, Professions and
Vocations Fund  . . .  3,177,000 
 3,168,000 

Schedule:

(a) 84-Structural Pest Control Board  . . .  3,454,000

 3,445,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -2,000

(c) Amount payable from the Structural Pest Control Education and
Enforcement Fund (Item 1530-001-0399)  . . . -275,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1560-001-0777--For support of Veterinary Medical Board, payable
from the Veterinary Medical Board Contingent Fund  . . . 
1,825,000 
 1,821,000 

Schedule:

(a) 90.10.010-Veterinary Medical Board  . . .  1,851,000

 1,847,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -26,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1590-001-0779--For support of Board of Vocational Nurse and
Psychiatric Technician Examiners, payable from the Vocational Nurse
Examiners Fund  . . .  4,088,000 
 4,066,000 

Schedule:

(a) 91.10.010-Vocational Nurses Program  . . .  4,477,000

 4,455,000 

(b) 91.10.020-Distributed Vocational Nurses  . . . -37,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -352,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1600-001-0780--For support of Board of Vocational Nurse and
Psychiatric Technician Examiners, payable from the Psychiatric
Technicians Account, Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technician
Examiners Fund  . . .  1,130,000 
 1,126,000 

Schedule:

(a) 91-Psychiatric Technician Program  . . .  1,152,000

 1,148,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -22,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are from the moneys deposited
pursuant to Section 4547 of the Business and Professions Code.

2. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

1700-001-0001--For support of Department of Fair Employment and
Housing  . . .  17,844,000 
 17,821,000 

Schedule:

(a) 50-Administration of Civil Rights Law  . . .  21,966,000

 21,943,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -15,000

(c) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
1700-001-0890)  . . . -4,107,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $150,000 shall be used for

the purpose of linking the department to the statewide electronic
mail
system. The appropriation made by this provision is not available
unless and until the department provides to the Director of Finance a

proposal that has been reviewed and approved by the Department of
Information Technology. 

1700-001-0890--For support of Department of Fair Employment and
Housing, for payment to Item 1700-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 4,107,000

1705-001-0001--For support of the Fair Employment and Housing
Commission  . . . 1,272,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Fair Employment and Housing Commission  . . . 1,423,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -151,000

1730-001-0001--For support of Franchise Tax Board  . . . 
362,854,000 
 369,397,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Tax Programs  . . .  350,001,000 
 349,622,000 

(b) 20-Homeowners and Renters Assistance  . . .  2,947,000

 6,007,000 

(c) 30-Political Reform Audit  (1,307,000)   
(1,304,000)    . . . 0

(d) 40-Child Support Collections  . . .  16,487,000 

 23,047,000 

(e) 45-Child Support Automation  . . .  14,110,000 
 18,767,000 

(f) 50-DMV Collections  . . .  8,470,000 
 8,422,000 

(g) 60-Court Collections  . . . 3,121,000

(h) 70-Contract Work  . . .  8,650,000 
 8,552,000 

(i) 80.01-Administration  . . . 22,670,000

(j) 80.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -22,670,000

(k) Reimbursements  . . .  -8,650,000 
 -15,907,000 

(l) Reimbursements-Child Support Existing/Expanded Collections  . .
. -10,878,000

(m) Reimbursements-Child Support Automation  . . . -9,312,000

(n) Amount payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 1730-0010042)  . . . -1,000

(o) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 1730-001-0044)  . . .  -2,943,000

 -2,926,000 

(p) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account,
Transportation Tax Fund (Item 1730-001-0064)  . . . 
-5,526,000

 -5,495,000 

(q) Amount payable from the California Mexican American Veteran's
Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Fund (Item
1730-001-0120)  . . . -4,000

(r) Amount payable from the Emergency Food Assistance Program
Fund (Item 1730-001-0122)  . . . -6,000

(s) Amount payable from the Delinquent Tax Collection Fund (Section
19378 of the Revenue and Taxation Code)  . . . -404,000

(t) Amount payable from the Rare Fish, Wildlife, and Plant Species
Conservation and Enhancement Account, Fish and Game Preservation
Fund (Item 1730-001-0200)  . . . -13,000

(u) Amount payable from the Court Collection Account (Item
1730-001-0242)  . . . -3,121,000

(v) Amount payable from the State Children's Trust Fund (Item
1730-001-0803)  . . . -11,000

(w) Amount payable from the California Alzheimer's Disease and
Related Disorders Research Fund (Item 1730-001-0823)  . . . -11,000

(x) Amount payable from the D.A.R.E. California (Drug Abuse
Resistance Education) Fund (Item 1730-001-0876)  . . . -6,000

(y) Amount payable from the California Seniors Special Fund (Item
1730-001-0886)  . . . -4,000

(z) Amount payable from the Birth Defects Research Fund (Item
1730-001-0919)  . . . -5,000

(aa) Amount payable from the California Breast Cancer Research
Fund (Item 1730-001-0945)  . . . -7,000

(bb) Amount payable from the California Peace Officer Memorial
Foundation Fund (Item 1730-001-0974)  . . . -5,000

(cc) Amount payable from the California Public  Schools

 School   Library Protection Fund (Item 1730-001-0975)  . .
.
-11,000

(dd) Amount payable from the Firefighters' Memorial Fund (Item
1730-001-0979)  . . . -7,000

(ee) Amount payable from the California Fund for Senior Citizens
(Item 1730-001-0983)  . . . -7,000

Provisions:

1. It is the intent of the Legislature that all funds appropriated to
the
Franchise Tax Board for processing tax returns, auditing and
collecting owed tax amounts, shall be used in a manner consistent
with its authorized budget and the documents that were presented to
the Legislature for its review in support of that budget. The
Franchise
Tax Board shall not reduce expenditures or redirect either funding or

personnel resources away from direct auditing or collection
activities
without prior approval of the Director of Finance. The Director shall

not approve any such reduction or redirection sooner than 30 days
after providing notification to the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee.
No such position may be transferred from the organizational unit to
which it was assigned in the 2000-01 Governor's Budget and the
Salaries and Wages Supplement as revised by legislative actions
without the approval of the Department of Finance. Furthermore, the
Board shall expeditiously fill budgeted positions consistent with the

funding provided in this act.

2. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Franchise Tax Board
resolve tax controversies, without litigation, on a basis that is
fair to
both the state and the taxpayer and in a manner that will enhance
voluntary compliance and public confidence in the integrity and
efficiency of the board.

3. During the 2000-01 fiscal year, the collection cost recovery fee
for
purposes of subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 19254 of the Revenue and Taxation Code shall be $101, and
the filing enforcement cost recovery fee for purposes of subparagraph

(A) of paragraph (2) of that subdivision shall be $69.

4. During the 2000-01 fiscal year, the collection cost recovery fee
for
purposes of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 19254 of the Revenue and Taxation Code shall be $150, and
the filing enforcement cost recovery fee for purposes of subparagraph

(B) of paragraph (2) of that subdivision shall be $197.

5. Of the amounts appropriated in this item, the amount provided in
Schedule (e) and Schedule (m), Reimbursements--Child Support
Automation, are, pursuant to Section 5 of Chapter 479, Statutes of
1999, available for 2000-01 and 2001-02. 

6. It is the intent of the Legislature that the California Child
Support
Automation Project shall receive the highest commitment and priority
of all of the state's child support automation activities.

7. It is the intent of the Legislature that the California Arrearage
Management Project's automation solution shall not be a requirement
for the California Child Support Automation Project. The Legislature
intends that the California Child Support Automation Project shall
support all child support collections activities in compliance with
federal certification requirements. 

1730-001-0042--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . 1,000

1730-001-0044--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation  Fund  . . .  2,943,000 
 2,926,000 

1730-001-0064--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee
Account, Transportation Tax Fund  . . .  5,526,000 
 5,495,000 

1730-001-0120--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Mexican American
Veteran's Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Fund  . . . 4,000

1730-001-0122--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Emergency Food Assistance
Program Fund  . . . 6,000

1730-001-0200--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Fish and Game Preservation
Fund (Rare Fish, Wildlife, and Plant Species Conservation and
Enhancement Account)   . . . 13,000

1730-001-0242--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Court Collection Account  . . .

3,121,000

1730-001-0803--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the State Children's Trust Fund  . .

. 11,000

1730-001-0823--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Alzheimer's
Disease and Related Disorders Research Fund  . . . 11,000

1730-001-0876--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the D.A.R.E. California (Drug
Abuse Resistance Education) Fund  . . . 6,000

1730-001-0886--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Seniors Special
Fund  . . . 4,000

1730-001-0919--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Birth Defects Research Fund  .
. . 5,000

1730-001-0945--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Breast Cancer
Research Fund  . . . 7,000

1730-001-0974--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Peace Officer
Memorial Foundation  Fund  . . . 5,000

1730-001-0975--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Public 
Schools
  School   Library Protection Fund  . . . 11,000

1730-001-0979--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the Firefighters' Memorial Fund  .
. . 7,000

1730-001-0983--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to
Item 1730-001-0001, payable from the California Fund for Senior
Citizens  . . . 7,000

1730-002-0001--For support of the Franchise Tax Board for rental
payments on lease revenue bonds.  . . .  7,273,000 
 7,247,000 

Schedule:

(a) Central Office--  Building    Buildings
  1 and 2
. . .  7,365,000 
 7,361,000 

(b) Insurance  . . .  60,000 
 64,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -152,000 
 -178,000 

1730-295-0001--For local assistance, Franchise Tax Board, for
reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

                      Government Code, of the costs of any new
program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 0

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.023.874-Substandard Housing (Ch. 238, Stats. 1974)  . . . 0


Provisions:

1. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, mandates
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision
are
specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Substandard Housing (Ch. 238, Stats. 1974).

1730-301-0001--For capital outlay, Franchise Tax  Board  . . .
126,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.01.040-Minor Projects  . . . 126,000

1760-001-0001--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666  . . .  12,152,000 
 41,053,000 

Provisions:

1. In addition to the funds appropriated in this item, any amounts
received from the sale of the Governor's Budget and related
publications funded from this item are available for expenditure.


2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $250,000 shall be
available
to the Department of General Services to prepare a report and
analysis of the possible closure of the California State Prison at
San
Quentin, including the disposition of the real property. The analysis

shall be prepared with the participation of the County of Marin with
respect to planning and land use issues. The department shall submit
its report to the Legislature no later than June 30, 2001. 

1760-001-0002--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Property
Acquisition Law Money Account   . . . 2,624,000

1760-001-0003--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Parking Facilities Moneys Account  . . . 3,757,000

1760-001-0006--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Access for
Handicapped Account   . . . 2,199,000

1760-001-0022--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the State Emergency
Telephone Number Account  . . . 1,221,000

1760-001-0026--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the State Motor
Vehicle Insurance Account  . . . 3,880,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, Section 16379 of the
Government Code shall govern the payment of claims for the purposes
of this item.

1760-001-0119--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the 1998 State School
Facilities Fund  . . . 902,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0494, the Director of Finance may
authorize the creation of deficiencies pursuant to Section 11006 of
the
Government Code for the purposes of this item.

1760-001-0344--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the State School
Building Lease-Purchase Fund  . . . 9,766,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0494, the Director of Finance may
authorize the creation of deficiencies pursuant to Section 11006 of
the
Government Code for the purposes of this item.

1760-001-0450--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Seismic Gas Valve
Certification  Fee Account  . . . 75,000

1760-001-0465--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Energy Resources
Programs Account   . . . 1,334,000

1760-001-0602--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Architecture
Revolving Fund  . . . 30,547,000

1760-001-0666--For support of Department of General Services,
payable from the Service Revolving  Fund  . . .  399,631,000

 391,127,000 

Schedule:

(a) Program support  . . .  579,978,000 
 597,871,000 

(b) Distributed services  . . . -14,194,000

(c) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 1760-001-0001)  . . .

 -12,152,000 
 -41,053,000 

(d) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 1760-011-0001)  . .
. -3,407,000

(e) Amount payable from the Property Acquisition Law Money
Account (Item 1760-001-0002)  . . . -2,624,000

(f) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Parking Facilities Moneys
Account (Item 1760-001-0003)  . . . -3,757,000

(g) Amount payable from the Access for Handicapped Account (Item
1760-001-0006)  . . . -2,199,000

(h) Amount payable from the State Emergency Telephone Number
Account (Item 1760-001-0022)  . . . -1,221,000

(i) Amount payable from the State Motor Vehicle Insurance Account
(Item 1760-001-0026)  . . . -3,880,000

(j) Amount payable from the 1998 State School Facilities Fund (Item
1760-001-0119)  . . . -902,000

(k) Amount payable from the State School Building Lease-Purchase
Fund (Item 1760-001-0344)  . . . -9,766,000

(l) Amount payable from the Seismic Gas Valve Certification Fee
Account (Item 1760-001-0450)  . . . -75,000

(m) Amount payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account
(Item 1760-001-0465)  . . . -1,334,000

(n) Amount payable from the Architecture Revolving Fund (Item
1760-001-0602)  . . . -30,547,000

(o) Amount payable from the Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings
Rehabilitation Fund of 1990 (Item 1760-001-0768)  . . . -726,000

(p) Amount payable from the Petroleum Violation Escrow Account
(Item 1760-001-0853)  . . . -12,366,000

(q) Amount payable from the State School Deferred Maintenance
Fund (Item 1760-001-0961)  . . . -140,000

(r) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Parking Facilities Money
Account (Item 1760-002-0003)  . . . -1,103,000

(s) Amount payable from the Service Revolving Fund (Item
1760-002-0666)  . . .  -72,337,000 
 -69,833,000 

(t) Amount payable from the Service Revolving Fund (Item
1760-003-0666)  . . . -7,617,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, revenues from the sale

of legislative bills and publications received by the Bill Room shall

be deposited in the Service Revolving Fund.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if the Director of the

Department of General Services determines in writing that there is
insufficient cash in a special fund under his or her authority to
make
one or more payments currently due and payable, he or she may order
the transfer of moneys to that special fund in the amount necessary
to
make payment or payments, as a loan from the Service Revolving
Fund. That loan shall be subject to all of the following conditions:


(a) No loan shall be made that would interfere with the carrying out
of
the object for which the Service Revolving Fund was created.

(b) The loan shall be repaid as soon as there is sufficient money in
the
recipient fund to repay the amount loaned, but no later than 18
months
after the date of the loan, except that the loan to the Motor Vehicle

Parking Fund shall be repaid no later than five years after the date
of
the loan. The Department of General Services may impose a parking
rate increase as necessary for the repayment of the loan only if the
increase is approved by a memorandum of understanding entered into
by each collective bargaining unit that represents state employees to

be affected by the increase, and the memorandum of understanding is
ratified by statute. Any parking rate increase imposed pursuant to
this
provision shall apply equally to state employees who are affected by
the increase whether or not they are represented by a collective
bargaining unit. The amount loaned shall not exceed the amount that
the fund or program is authorized at the time of the loan to expend
during the  1999-00    2000-01   fiscal
year from
the recipient fund except as otherwise provided in Provisions 4, 5,
and 6 of this item.

(c) The terms and conditions of the loan are approved, prior to the
transfer of funds, by the Department of Finance pursuant to
appropriate fiscal standards.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of the
Department of General Services may authorize a loan from the
Service Revolving Fund to the Public School Planning, Design and
Construction Review Revolving Fund for the purpose of meeting the
cash needs of the Structural Safety and Fire and Life Safety Sections

in the Division of the State Architect. The loan shall not exceed
$4,000,000. As a condition of the loan, the Division of the State
Architect shall reduce its school plan review and inspection staff to
a
level commensurate with expected workload, and shall maintain that
staffing level. This loan shall be repaid as soon as there is
sufficient
money in the recipient fund to repay the amount loaned, but no later
than June 30,  2002    2003  . No loan
shall be made
that would interfere with the carrying out of the objectives for
which
the Service Revolving Fund was created.

4. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0988, Item 9840-001-0494, and
Section 27.00 of this act, the Director of General Services may
augment this item or any of Items 1760-001-0002, 1760-001-0003,
1760-001-0006, 1760-001-0026, and 1760-001-0602, by up to an
aggregate of 10 percent in cases where (a) the Legislature has
approved funds for a customer for the purchase of services or
equipment through the Department of General Services (DGS) and the
corresponding expenditure authority has not been provided in this
item
or (b) a local government entity or the federal government has
requested services from the DGS. Any augmentation that is deemed to
be necessary on a permanent basis shall be submitted for review as
part of  the   normal budget development process. If the
Director of the Department of General Services augments this item or
Item 1760-001-0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-0006,
1760-001-0026, or 1760-001-0602 the DGS shall notify the
Department of Finance within 30 days after that augmentation is made
as to the amount, justification, and the program augmented. Any
augmentation made in accordance with this provision shall not result
in an increase in any rate charged to other departments for services
or
the purchase of goods without the prior written consent of the
Department of Finance.

5. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0988, Item 9840-001-0494, and
Section 27.00 of this act, if this item or Item 1760-001-0002,
1760-001-0003, 1760-001-0006, 1760-001-0026, or 1760-001-0602,
is augmented pursuant to Provision 4 by the maximum allowed under
that provision, the Director of Finance may further augment the item
or
items in cases where (a) the Legislature has approved funds for a
customer for the purchase of services or equipment through the DGS
and the corresponding expenditure authority has not been provided in
these items, or (b) a local government entity or the federal
government
has requested services from the DGS. Any augmentation that is
deemed to be necessary on a permanent basis shall be submitted for
review as part of the normal budget development process.

6. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0988, Item 9840-001-0494, and
Section 27.00 of this act, the Director of General Services may
augment this item and Items 1760-001-0026 and Item 1760-001-0003
to increase authorized expenditures by the Office of State Printing,
the
Office of Risk and Insurance Management, the Office of Fleet
Administration, the Energy Assessments Section of the Professional
Services Branch, and the Office of Public Safety Radio Services. The
augmentation shall be for the specific purpose of enabling the Office

of State Printing, the Office of Risk and Insurance Management, the
Office of Fleet Administration, the Energy Assessments Section of the

Professional Services Branch, and the Office of Public Safety Radio
Services to provide competitive services to their customers
(including
local government  entitles    entities   or
the federal
government) and may be made only if the office has sufficient
operating reserves available to fund the augmentation. If the
Director
of General Services augments either of the items in this provision,
the
DGS shall notify the Department of Finance within 30 days after that
augmentation is made as to the amount, justification, and the office
augmented. Any augmentation that is deemed to be necessary on a
permanent basis shall be submitted for review as part of the normal
budget development process.

7. Any augmentation made pursuant to Provision 4, 5, and 6 of this
item shall be reported in writing to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee within 30 days of the date the augmentation is
approved. This notification shall identify the amount of, and
justification for, the augmentation, and the program that has been
augmented. Copies of the notification shall be provided to the
Department of Finance.

8. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
General Services or his or her designee, in lieu of the Director of
Finance, is autho- rized to carry out the provisions of Section 26.00
of
this act as it pertains to category transfers.

9. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
General Services or his or her designee, in lieu of the Director of
Finance, is authorized to approve Budget Revision, Standard Form 26
subject to a copy being provided to the Department of Finance.

10. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
General Services or his or her designee, in lieu of the Director of
Finance, is authorized to carry out Section 31.00 of this act as it
pertains to the positions funded by this act and is not required to
notify
the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee regarding
any position authorizations, blanket transfers, or reclassification
of
positions. Copies of any required reports shall be provided to the
Department of Finance.

1760-001-0768--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Earthquake Safety
and Public Buildings Rehabilitation Fund of 1990  . . . 726,000

1760-001-0853--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Petroleum
Violation Escrow Account  . . . 12,366,000

1760-001-0961--For support of Department of General Services for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the State School
Deferred Maintenance Fund  . . . 140,000

1760-002-0003--For support of Department of General Services, for
rental payments on lease revenue bonds, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Motor Vehicle Parking Facilities
Moneys Account  . . . 1,103,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the following:

(a) Base Rental and Fees  . . . 1,098,000

(b) Insurance  . . . 5,000

1760-002-0666--For support of Department of General Services, for
rental payments on lease revenue bonds, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Service Revolving Fund  . . .

72,337,000 
 69,833,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the following:

(a) Base rental and fees  . . .  71,924,000 
 69,549,000 

(1) Capitol Area Development Authority, Sacramento  . . . 701,000

(2) State Office Building, Riverside  . . . 2,100,000

(3) Department of Justice Building, Sacramento  . . . 4,936,000

(4) San Francisco Civic Center Building  . . . 25,612,000

(5) Ronald Reagan Building, Los Angeles  . . . 17,728,000

(6) Elihu M. Harris Building, Oakland  . . . 11,517,000

(7) LA Junipero Serra II  . . . 4,810,000

(8) State Office Building, San Diego (Suburban)  . . . 
4,020,000

 1,645,000 

(9) Capitol East End Garage  . . . 500,000

(b) Insurance  . . . 413,000

 (c)    Reimbursements    . . .  -129,000


1760-003-0666--For support of Department of General Services, for
rental payments on California Environmental Protection Agency
Building, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the
Service Revolving Fund  . . . 7,617,000

1760-011-0001--For support of Department of General Services, for
payment to Item 1760-001-0666  . . . 3,407,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the following:

(a) Asbestos Abatement  . . . 1,655,000

(b) Underground Storage Tank Program  . . . 1,752,000

2. The funds appropriated in this item may also be used for purposes
related to the remediation of toxic sites for which the state is
responsible, provided that proposals to transfer funds between these
programs or for such other purposes shall be submitted in accordance
with Section 26.00 of this act. These proposals shall detail the
reasons for the transfer and the impact on the programs for which the

transfer is proposed.

3. The unencumbered balance of any funds transferred from this item
into the Architecture Revolving Fund will be reverted at the close of

the fiscal year.

 1760-015-0002--For support of Department of General Services,
payable from the Property Acquisition Law Money Account  . . .
650,000 

1760-101-0022--For local assistance, Department of General
Services, for reimbursement of local agencies and service suppliers
or communications equipment companies for costs incurred pursuant
to Sections 41137, 41137.1, 41138, and 41140 of the Revenue and
Taxation Code, payable from the State Emergency Telephone Number
Account  . . . 94,123,000

1760-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of General Services
. . .  4,446,000 
 17,224,000 

Schedule: 

(1) 50.10.009-Central Plant, Sacra-mento--Study and masterplan  . . .

244,000

(2) 50.10.142-Fire and Life Safety and ADA Corrections, Blue
Anchor Building, Sacramento--Working drawings and construction   .
. . 1,013,000

(3) 50.10.144-Fire and Life Safety Corrections, Resources Building,
Sacramento--Construction  . . . 1,243,000

(4) 50.10.145-Resources Building Renovation, Sacramento--Study  . .
. 150,000

(5) 50.10.146-Employment Development Department Buildings,
Sacramento--Study  . . . 200,000

(6) 50.10.147-State Personnel Board Building, Sacramento--Study  . .

. 100,000

(7) 50.10.152-Bonderson Building Renovation--Preliminary plans
and working drawings  . . . 1,400,000

(8) 50.25.003-Van Nuys State Office Building Tenant
Improvements--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 96,000
 

(9) 50.99.081-CRC Norco: Administration building 100-occupant
relocation--Working drawings and construction  . . . 17,224,000

1760-301-0666--For capital outlay, Department of General Services,
payable from the Service Revolving Fund  . . . 4,890,000

Schedule:

(2) 50.10.142-Fire and Life Safety and ADA Corrections, Blue
Anchor Building, Sacramento--Working drawings and construction  . .
. 1,013,000

(3) 50.10.144-Fire and Life Safety Corrections, Resources Building,
Sacramento--Construction  . . . 1,585,000

(7) 50.10.152-Bonderson Building Renovation,
Sacramento--Preliminary Plans  . . . 1,400,000

(8) 50.25.003-Van Nuys State Office Building-Tenant
Improvements--Preliminary plans, working drawings, and
construction  . . . 892,000 

1760-301-0768--For capital outlay, Department of General Services,
payable from the Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings
Rehabilitation Fund of 1990  . . .  818,000 
 23,881,000 

Schedule:

(1) 50.99.029-Program management  . . . 818,000 

(2) 50.99.051-San Quentin-Neumiller Infirmary: Structural
Retrofit--Working drawings and construction  . . . 8,210,000

(3) 50.99.059-Deuel Vocational Institution, Tracy, Wings L and R:
Structural Retrofit--Construction  . . . 2,132,000

(4) 50.99.077-California Men's Colony, San Luis Obispo, Buildings
B, D, L, and Q: Structural Retrofit--Working drawings and
construction  . . . 6,508,000

(5) 50.99.079-San Quentin, Kitchen and dining: Structural
Retrofit--Working drawings and construction  . . . 3,323,000

(7) 50.99.080-Atascadero State Hospital, Kitchen and Dining Rooms
3 and 4, Canteen Dining Rooms 1 and 2: Structural Retrofit--Working
drawings and construction  . . . 818,000

(9) 50.99.082-Veterans' Home of California, Yountville, Recreation
Building: Structural Retrofit--Working drawings and construction  . .
.
2,072,000 

1760-301-0853--For capital outlay, Department of General Services,
payable from the Petroleum Violation Escrow Account   . . .
1,989,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.99.200-State Fleet Alternative Fuel Infrastructure,
Sacramento,
Oakland,  San Francisco--   Los Angeles-- 
Preliminary plans, working drawings and construction   . . .
1,989,000

1760-401--In the event the bonds authorized for the Capital Area Plan

project in Chapter 761 of the Statutes of 1997 are not sold, the
Department of General Services shall commit a sufficient portion of
its support appropriation, as determined by the Department of
Finance, which is provided for in this Budget Act to repay any
interim
financing. It is the intent of the Legislature that this commitment
shall
be included in future Budget Acts until all interim financing is
repaid
either through the proceeds from the sale of bonds or from an
appropriation. 

1760-491--Reappropriation, Department of General Services.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balance, as of June
30, 2000, of the funds made available pursuant to Item 1760-101-768
of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1994 (Ch. 139, Stats. 1994),
Item
1760-101-0768 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324,
Stats. 1998), and Item 1760-101-0768 of Section 2.00 of the Budget
Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) are reappropriated for the projects

in the following schedule, and shall be available for expenditure
through June 30, 2001.

Schedule:

(a) 3011-Redwood City, San Mateo-Old Court House  . . . 268,858

(b) 3116-Richmond, Contra Costa-City Hall  . . . 1,149,975

(c) 3117-Richmond, Contra Costa-Hall of Justice  . . . 683,613

(d) 3175-Sonoma, Sonoma-Schell--Vista Fire Station  . . . 479,029

(e) 3292-Torrance, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center  . . . 777,618

(f) 4005-Monterey, Fire Station/EOC, Carmel  . . . 335,768

(g) 4013-Alameda, Fire Station
1, Oakland  . . . 60,414

(h) 4018-Alameda, Fire Station
8, Oakland  . . . 184,010

(i) 4022-Alameda, Fire Station
21--Oakland  . . . 131,880

(j) 4029-Alameda, Oakland Police Administration Retrofit--Oakland
. . . 500,000

(k) 4036-Orange, Station
34--Placentia  . . . 64,049

(l) 4037-Orange, Station
35--Placentia  . . . 13,622

(m) 4042-Orinda, Contra Costa: Orinda Fire Station
44  . . . 57,671

(n) 4127-Bolinas, Marin: Bolinas Fire Station  . . . 37,851

(o) 4160-Los Altos, Santa Clara: Sequoia Fire Station  . . . 213,654

(p) 4162-Ventura, ECC/Public Safety Bldg., Oxnard  . . . 337,223

(q) 4166-Thousand Oaks, Ventura Fire Station
33--Generator  . . . 29,448

(r) 4167-Piru, Ventura Fire Station
28--Generator  . . . 29,805

(s) 4168-Fillmore, Ventura Fire Station
27--Generator  . . . 28,373

(t) 4170-Camarillo, Ventura Fire Station
55--Generator  . . . 29,831

(u) 4179-Ventura, Fire Station
53 Seismic Retrofit, Port Hueneme  . . . 336,600

(v) 4180-Ventura, Fire Comm. Center, Bldg.
1, Camarillo  . . . 60,162

(w) 4203-Grover Beach, San Bernardino: Grover Beach Police
Facility  . . . 259,775

(x) 4224-San Leandro, Alameda: Fire Station
2  . . . 110,858

(y) 4225-San Leandro, Alameda: Fire Station
3  . . . 116,810

(z) 4226-Moraga, Contra Costa, Fire Station
42  . . . 62,811

1760-495--Reversion, Department of General Services. As of June
30, 2000, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided
in the following citations shall revert to the fund of origin.

0768--Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings Rehabilitation Fund of
1990

Item 1760-301-0768--Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998)

(7) 50.99.051--DSA 4211--Department of Corrections, San Quentin,
Neumiller Infirmary: Structural Retrofit--Construction

(13) 50.99.059
--DSA 872 and 876--Department of Corrections, DVI Tracy, Wings L
& R: Structural Retrofit--Construction

Item 1760-301-0768--Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997)

(.5) 50.99.081--Department of Corrections, Norco Administration
Building 101: Structural Retrofit--Construction 

1880-001-0001--For support of State Personnel Board  . . . 
7,393,000 
 8,430,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Merit System Administration  . . .  15,252,000

 16,289,000 

(b) 40-Local Government Services  . . . 1,958,000

(c) 50.01-Administrative Services  . . . 3,945,000

(d) 50.02-Distributed Administrative Services  . . . -3,344,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -10,418,000

1900-001-0950--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees'
Contingency Reserve Fund  . . .  8,628,000 
 9,194,000 

Provisions:

1. The appropriation made in this item is for support of the Board of

Administration pursuant to Section 22840 of the Government Code.

1900-003-0830--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees'
Retirement Fund  . . . (73,688,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount displayed in this item is based on the estimate by the
Public Employees' Retirement System of expenditures for external
investment advisers to be made during the 2000-01 fiscal year
pursuant to Section 20210 of the Government Code. The Board of
Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System shall
                                       report to the fiscal
committees of the Legislature and the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee on or before January 10, 2001,
regarding any revision of this estimate, including an accounting and
explanation of changes, and the amount of, and basis for, investment
adviser expenditures proposed for the 2001-02 fiscal year. The Board
of Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System shall
report on or before January 10, 2002, on the final expenditures under

this item, including an accounting and explanation of changes from
estimates previously reported to the Legislature.

2. Each of the two reports described in Provision 1 also shall
include
all of the following:

(a) A summary and comparison of the externally managed portfolios,
the internally managed portfolios, and the total fund. This
information
shall include the value of the assets, the gross and net returns, the

benchmark returns, and the costs, by dollars and basis points, for
these
portfolios.

(b) A description of the actions the Public Employees' Retirement
System will take to ensure that any future expenditures for outside
advisers will result in a greater return on investments, including
costs
for these advisers, than if in-house advisers were used.

(c) Separate listings of adviser contracts in effect, and approved,
during the 1999-00 and 2000-01 fiscal years, with (1) amounts (total
contract and annual basis) for each contract for base fees and
performance-based fees, and (2) summary statements of the purposes
of each contract.

1900-015-0815--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Judges' Retirement
Fund  . . . (383,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS),
in accordance with all applicable provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the Controller, the Department of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, all of the following:

(a) No later than January 10, 2001, a copy of the proposed budget for

PERS for the 2001-02 fiscal year as included with the Governor's
Budget.

(b) No later than May 15, 2001, a copy of the proposed budget for
PERS for the 2001-02 fiscal year as approved by the Board of
Administration.

(c) The revisions to the proposed budget for PERS for the 2000-01
fiscal year, as recommended by the PERS Finance Committee, at least
30 days prior to the consideration of those revisions by the Board of

Administration.

(d) Commencing October 1, 2000, all expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the Board of Administration, as updated on
a quarterly basis. This quarterly update information is to be
submitted
to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the fiscal committees
of
the Legislature, and shall be in sufficient detail to be useful for
legislative oversight purposes and to sustain a thorough ongoing
review of Public Employees' Retirement System expenditures.

1900-015-0820--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Legislators'
Retirement Fund  . . . (216,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System, in
accordance with all applicable provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the Controller, the Department of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and the fiscal
committees of the Legislature all of the following:

(a) A copy of the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2001-02 fiscal year by January 10, 2001, as

included with the Governor's Budget.

(b) A copy of the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2001-02 fiscal year as approved by the
Board of Administration by May 15, 2001.

(c) The revisions to the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2000-01 fiscal year as recommended by the
Public Employees' Retirement System Finance Committee at least 30
days prior to  consideration of those revisions by the Board of
Administration.

(d) Commencing October 1, 2000, all expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the Board of Administration, updated on a
quarterly basis, shall be submitted to the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee and the fiscal committees of the Legislature. The quarterly

update information submitted to the Legislature shall be in
sufficient
detail to be useful for legislative oversight purposes and to sustain
a
thorough ongoing review of the expenditures of the Public Employees'
Retirement System.

1900-015-0830--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees'
Retirement Fund  . . . (182,136,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System, in
accordance with all applicable provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the Controller, the Department of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, all of the following:

(a) A copy of the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2001-02 fiscal year by January 10, 2001, as

included with the Governor's Budget.

(b) A copy of the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2001-02 fiscal year as approved by the
Board of Administration by May 15, 2001.

(c) The revisions to the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2000-01 fiscal year as recommended by the
Public Employees' Retirement System Finance Committee at least 30
days prior to consideration of those revisions by the Board of
Administration.

 (d) Commencing October 1, 2000, all expenditure and
performance workload data provided to the Board of Administration,
updated on a quarterly basis, shall be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and the fiscal committees of the
Legislature. The quarterly update information submitted to the
Legislature shall be in sufficient detail to be useful for
legislative
oversight purposes and to sustain a thorough ongoing review of the
expenditures of the Public Employees' Retirement System. 

 2. Commencing October 1, 2000, all expenditure and
performance workload data provided to the Board of Administration,
updated on a quarterly basis, shall be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and the fiscal committees of the
Legislature. The quarterly update information submitted to the
Legislature shall be in sufficient detail to be useful for
legislative
oversight purposes and to sustain a thorough ongoing review of the
expenditures of the Public Employees' Retirement System.

3. Commencing July 1, 2000, reports on information technology
projects that are submitted to the Board of Administration shall be
submitted to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, and the Department of Information
Technology (DOIT) on an informational basis. The quarterly update
information submitted to the DOIT shall be in sufficient detail to be

useful for DOIT informational project status reporting purposes.


1900-015-0884--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Judges' Retirement
System II Fund  . . . (184,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS),
in accordance with all applicable provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the Controller, the Department of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, all of the following:

(a) No later than January 10, 2001, a copy of the proposed budget for

PERS for the 2001-02 fiscal year as included with the Governor's
Budget.

(b) No later than May 15, 2001, a copy of the proposed budget for
PERS for the 2001-02 fiscal year as approved by the Board of
Administration.

(c) The revisions to the proposed budget for PERS for the 2000-01
fiscal year, as recommended by the PERS Finance Committee, at
least 30 days prior to the consideration of those revisions by the
Board of Administration.

(d) Commencing October 1, 2000, all expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the Board of Administration, as updated on
a quarterly basis. This quarterly update information is to be
submitted
to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the fiscal committees
of
the Legislature, and shall be in sufficient detail to be useful for
legislative oversight purposes and to sustain a thorough ongoing
review of Public Employees' Retirement System expenditures.

1900-015-0962--For support of Board of Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from the Volunteer
Firefighter Length of Service Award Fund   . . . (77,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public Employees' Retirement System, in
accordance with all applicable provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the Controller, the Department of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, and the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, all of the following:

(a) A copy of the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2001-02 fiscal year by January 10, 2001, as

included with the Governor's Budget.

(b) A copy of the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2001-02 fiscal year as approved by the
Board of Administration by May 15, 2001.

(c) The revisions to the proposed budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2000-01 fiscal year recommended by the
Public Employees' Retirement System Finance Committee, at least 30
days prior to consideration of those revisions by the Board of
Administration.

(d) Commencing October 1, 2000, all expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the Board of Administration, updated on a
quarterly basis, shall be submitted to the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee and the fiscal committees of the Legislature. The quarterly

update information submitted to the Legislature shall be in
sufficient
detail to be useful for legislative oversight purposes and to sustain
a
thorough ongoing review of the expenditures of the Public Employees'
Retirement System.

1920-001-0835--For support of State Teachers' Retirement System,
payable from the State Teachers' Retirement Fund  . . . 53,598,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Services to Members and Employers  . . . 54,000,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -339,000

(c) Amount payable from the Supplemental Benefit Maintenance
Account in the Teachers' Retirement Fund pursuant to Section 22954
of the Education Code  . . . -63,000

Provisions:

1. This item shall not be subject to the requirements of subdivision
(b), (c), (d), or (e) of Section 31.00 of this act. Nothing in this
provision shall be construed as exempting this item from requirements

of the State Civil Service Act or from requirements of laws, rules,
and
regulations administered by the Department of Personnel
Administration.

 2. Commencing July 1, 2000, reports on information technology
projects that are submitted to the Teachers' Retirement Board shall
be
submitted to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the fiscal
committees of the Legislature, and the Department of Information
Technology (DOIT) on an informational basis. The information
submitted to DOIT shall be in sufficient detail to be useful for DOIT

informational project status reporting purposes. 

1920-002-0835--For support of State Teachers' Retirement System
(external investment advisers), payable from the State Teachers'
Retirement Fund  . . . (52,600,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount displayed in this item is for informational purposes
only, and is based on the current estimate by the State Teachers'
Retirement System (STRS) of expenditures for external investment
advisers to be made during the 2000-01 fiscal year pursuant to
Section 22353 of the Education Code. The STRS shall report to the
fiscal committees of the Legislature and the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee no later than January 10, 2001, regarding any revision of
this estimate, including an accounting and explanation of the
changes,
and regarding the amount of, and basis for, investment adviser
expenditures proposed for the 2001-02 fiscal year. The STRS shall
report on or before January 10, 2002, on the final expenditures under

this item, including an accounting and explanation of changes from
estimates previously reported to the Legislature.

2. Each of the two reports described in Provision 1 also shall
include
all of the following:

(a) A summary and comparison of the externally managed portfolios,
the internally managed portfolios, and the total fund. This
information
shall include the value of the assets, the gross and net returns, the

benchmark returns, and the costs by dollars and basis points for
these
portfolios.

(b) A description of the actions the State Teachers' Retirement
System
will take to ensure that any future expenditures for outside advisers

will result in a greater return on investments, including costs for
these
advisers, than if in-house advisers were used.

(c) Separate listings of adviser contracts in effect, and approved,
during the 1999-00 and 2000-01 fiscal years, with (1) amounts (total
contract and annual basis) for each contract for base fees and
performance-based fees, (2) summary statements of the purposes of
each contract.

1920-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the State Teachers'
Retirement Fund   . . .  (1,006,767,000) 
 (1,003,271,000) 

Schedule:

(a) Benefits Funding  . . .  (557,478,000) 
 (555,542,000) 

(b) Supplemental Benefit Maintenance Account (SBMA)  . . . 
(449,289,000) 
 (447,729,000) 

Provisions:

1. The estimated amount referenced in Schedule (a) is the state's
contribution required by subdivision (a) of Section 22955 of the
Education Code.

2. The estimated amount referenced in Schedule (b) is the state's
contribution required by Section 22954 of the Education Code.

1920-490--Reappropriation, State Teachers' Retirement System
(STRS). Notwithstanding any other provision of law, up to
$1,501,000 of the balance as of June 30, 2000, of the appropriation
identified in the following citation is reappropriated, subject to
the
limitations set forth in Provision 1, and shall be available for
encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2001. Any amount of this
reappropriation that is not expended in 2000-01 shall be carried over

to 2001-02 and is hereby reappropriated. In no event shall the total
amounts reappropriated for the 2001-02 Budget exceed three percent
of STRS' 2000-01 appropriation.

0835--State Teachers' Retirement Fund

(1) Item 1920-001-0835, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999).

Provisions:

1. The funds reappropriated in this item shall be available for
expenditure by the State Teachers' Retirement System for the purposes

of meeting unanticipated system costs and promoting better service to

the system's membership. The funds may not be encumbered without
advance approval of the State Teachers' Retirement Board. The board
shall report to the Legislature on a quarterly basis throughout the
2000-01 fiscal year on expenditures made pursuant to this item.

                              BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND
HOUSING

2100-001-0081--For support of Department of Alcoholic Beverage
Control, payable from Alcohol Beverage Control Fund  . . .
31,600,000

Schedule:

(a) 10.10-Licensing  . . . 17,230,000

(b) 10.20-Compliance  . . . 16,107,000

(c) 10.30.010-Administration  . . . 2,908,000

(d) 10.30.020-Distributed Administration  . . . -2,908,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -1,737,000

2100-101-0081--For local assistance, Department of Alcoholic
Beverage Control, Program 10.20-Compliance, for grants to local law
enforcement agencies payable from Alcohol Beverage Control Fund  .
. . 1,500,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control is authorized to grant funds to local law
enforcement agencies for the purpose of enhancing enforcement of
alcoholic beverage control laws in the local jurisdiction.

2. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, at the discretion of
the Director, Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, the
department may advance grant funds to local law enforcement
agencies.

3. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, at the discretion of
the Director, Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, title to any
authorized equipment purchased by the local law enforcement agency
pursuant to the grant may be vested in the local law enforcement
agency at the conclusion of the grant period.

2120-001-0117--For support of Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals
Board, Program 10, payable from the Alcoholic Beverage Control
Appeals Fund  . . . 727,000 

2150-001-0240--For support of the Department of Financial
Institutions, for payment to Item 2150-001-0298, payable from the
Local Agency Deposit Security Fund  . . . 174,000 

2150-001-0298--For support of Department of Financial Institutions,
payable from the Financial Institutions Fund  . . . 16,127,000

Schedule:

(a)
10-Licensing and Supervision of Banks and Trust Companies  . . .
14,575,000

(b)

20-Payment Instruments  . . . 613,000 

(bx)

40-Administration of Local Agency Security  . . . 174,000 

(c)

50-Supervision of California Business and Industrial Development
Corporations  . . . 28,000

(d)

60-Credit Unions  . . . 2,640,000

(e)

70-Savings and Loan  . . . 116,000

(f)

80-Industrial Loan Companies  . . . 954,000

(g)

90.01-Administration  . . . 3,917,000

(h)

90.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -3,917,000

(i)

Reimbursements  . . . -159,000 

(ix)

Amount payable from the Local Agency Deposit Security Fund (Item
2150-001-0240)  . . . -174,000 

(j)

Amount payable from the Credit Union Fund (Item 2150-001-0299)  .
. . -2,640,000

2150-001-0299--For support of Department of Financial Institutions,
for payment to Item 2150-001-0298, payable from the Credit Union
Fund  . . . 2,640,000

2180-001-0067--For support of Department of Corporations, payable
from the State Corporations Fund  . . . 23,827,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Investment Program  . . . 14,700,000

(b) 20-Lender-Fiduciary Program  . . . 9,127,000

(c) 50.01-Administration  . . . 4,623,000

(d) 50.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -4,623,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

2180-001-0890--For support of Department of Corporations, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 72,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Investment Program  . . . 72,000

2240-001-0001--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development  . . .  6,148,000 
 7,073,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Codes and Standards Program  . . .  23,103,000

 23,770,000 

(b) 20-Community Affairs Program  . . .  11,788,000 

 13,592,000 

(c) 30.01-Housing Policy Development Program  . . . 
2,427,000

 2,877,000 

(d) 30.02-Distributed Housing Policy Development Program  . . .
-122,000

(e) 50.01-Administration  . . . 8,298,000

(f) 50.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -8,298,000

(g) Reimbursements  . . .  -395,000 
 -437,000 

(h) Amount payable from the Mobilehome Park Revolving Fund (Item
2240-001-0245)  . . . -4,030,000

(i) Amount payable from the Mobilehome Park Purchase Fund (Item
2240-001-0530)  . . . -674,000

(j) Amount payable from the Rural Predevelopment Loan Fund (Item
2240-001-0635)  . . . -118,000

(k) Amount payable from the Mobilehome-Manufactured Home
Revolving Fund (Item 2240-001-0648)  . . . -17,242,000

(l) Amount payable from the Self-Help Housing Fund (Item
2240-001-0813)  . . .  -218,000 
 -768,000 

(m) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
2240-0010890)  . . . -5,321,000

(n) Amount payable from the Housing Rehabilitation Loan Fund (Item
2240-001-0929)  . . .  -1,952,000 
 -3,047,000 

(o) Amount payable from the Rental Housing Construction Fund (Item
2240-001-0938)  . . . -643,000

(p) Amount payable from the Emergency Housing Assistance Fund
(Item 2240-001-0985)  . . .  -455,000 
 -764,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be used
to continue oversight over redevelopment agencies and to provide
technical assistance, in accordance with the Housing Preservation
Plan of the Department of Housing and Community Development. 

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $340,000 shall be used to

expand uniform code outreach and technical assistance to local
jurisdictions to help strengthen local code enforcement programs.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $300,000 shall be used to

provide increased technical assistance to local jurisdictions in
preparing housing elements in compliance with state law. 

2240-001-0245--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Mobilehome Park Revolving Fund  . . . 4,030,000

2240-001-0530--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Mobilehome Park Purchase Fund  . . . 674,000

2240-001-0635--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Rural Predevelopment Loan Fund  . . . 118,000

2240-001-0648--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Mobilehome-Manufactured Home Revolving Fund  .
. . 17,242,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 18077 of the Health and Safety Code, or
any other provision of law, the first $2,388,000 in revenues
collected
by the Department of Housing and Community Development from
manufactured home license fees shall be deposited in the
Mobilehome-Manufactured Home Revolving Fund, and shall be
available to the department for the support, collection,
administration,
and enforcement of manufactured home license fees.

2. Notwithstanding Section 18077.5 of the Health and Safety Code, or
any other provision of law, the Department of Housing and
Community Development is not required to comply with the reporting
requirement of Section 18077.5 of the Health and Safety Code.

3. Notwithstanding Provision 1 of Item 2240-011-0001 and Provision
1 of Item 2240-011-0972, Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997),
transfers made to the Mobilehome-Manufactured Home Revolving
Fund as loans to that fund shall be repaid over a three-year period
with payments beginning during the 1998-99 fiscal year and ending no
later than June 30, 2001. The loans shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned by the Pooled Money Investment
Account.

2240-001-0813--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Self-Help Housing Fund  . . .  218,000

 768,000 

2240-001-0890--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 5,321,000

2240-001-0929--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Housing Rehabilitation Loan Fund  . . . 
1,952,000 
 3,047,000 

2240-001-0938--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Rental Housing Construction Fund  . . . 643,000

2240-001-0985--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0001,
payable from the Emergency Housing Assistance Fund  . . . 
455,000 
 764,000 

2240-013-0474--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, payable from the Child Care and
Development Facilities Loan Guaranty Fund  . . . 118,000

2240-014-0472--For support of Department of Housing and
Community Development, payable from the Child Care and
Development Facilities Direct Loan Fund  . . .  512,000

 417,000 

2240-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Housing and
Community Development  . . . 5,454,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Community Affairs Program  . . . 108,054,000

(b) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
2240-1010890)  . . . -102,600,000

2240-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Housing and
Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-101-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 102,600,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, federal funds
appropriated by this act but not encumbered by June 30 may be
expended in the subsequent fiscal year.

2240-102-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Special Deposit
Fund-Office of Migrant Services (0942)  . . . 7,679,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $890,000 shall be used
to
upgrade approximately 46 migrant center playgrounds built before
1994 pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 115730 (Chapter
712 of the Statutes of 1999). The Department of Housing and
Community Development shall seek other resources that may become
available for this purpose, and use those in lieu of this
appropriation
to the greatest extent possible.

2240-103-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Self-Help
Housing Fund (0813)  . . .  2,100,000 
 102,100,000 

2240-103-0813--For local assistance, Department of Housing and
                                   Community Development, payable
from the Self-Help Housing Fund  .
. .  2,100,000 
 101,550,000 

Provisions:

1.  The    Of the   funds appropriated in
this
item  , $2,100,000   shall be expended pursuant to paragraph

(1) of subdivision (b) of Section 50696 of the Health and Safety Code

for group mutual self-help housing for any low-income owner-builder
who contributes substantial labor to build his or her principal
residence.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department may
award technical assistance grants in amounts up to $200,000.

 3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the funds
appropriated in this item, $50,000,000 shall be used by the
department to enable low and very low income households to become
or remain  homeowners. Except as may be otherwise provided in
legislation enacted in the 1999-2000 Regular Session of the
Legislature:

(a) The department shall provide grants to local public agencies or
nonprofit corporations for programs that assist individual
households,
including programs for first-time homebuyer downpayment assistance,
home rehabilitation, home acquisition and rehabilitation, and
technical
assistance for self-help and shared housing.

(b) The department shall provide loans for the purchase of real
property, site development, predevelopment, and construction period
expenses incurred on development projects consisting of multiple
homeownership units, such as single-family subdivisions, and
permanent financing for mutual housing and cooperative
developments. Upon completion of construction, the department may
convert such loans into grants for programs of assistance to
individual
homeowners.

(c) Assistance provided to individual households shall be in the form

of deferred payment loans, repayable upon sale or transfer of the
homes, when they cease to be owner-occupied, or upon the loan
maturity date. All loan repayments must be used for activities
allowed
under this section, in accordance with a reuse plan approved by the
department.

(d) To be eligible to receive a grant, local public agencies or
nonprofit corporations must demonstrate sufficient organizational
stability and capacity to carry out the activity for which they are
requesting funds, including, where applicable, the capacity to manage

a portfolio of individual loans over an extended time period.
Capacity
may be demonstrated by substantial successful experience performing
similar activities, or through other means acceptable to the
department. In allocating grant funds, the department shall utilize a

competitive application process, using weighted evaluation criteria,
including, but not limited to, (i) the extent that the program or
project
utilizes volunteer or self-help labor, trains youth in construction
skills,
or involves community participation and (ii) whether the program or
project contributes towards community revitalization. To the extent
feasible, the application process shall ensure a reasonable
geographic
distribution of funds.

(e) For the purposes of this provision, mutual housing and
cooperative
housing shall be deemed to be forms of homeownership. For these
project types, program funds shall be utilized for project
development
costs only, and the department shall enter into a regulatory
agreement
limiting occupant incomes, occupancy charges and share purchase
terms for 55 years.

(f) The department may use up to 5 percent of the funds appropriated
for the purposes of this provision for its costs in administering the

program.

(g) The department may administer the funds appropriated in this item

for the purposes of this provision using guidelines that shall not be

subject to the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act
(Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Title 2 of
the Government Code) for the initial 24 months of program operation.


(h) Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be used

for grants to local public agencies or nonprofit organizations for
programs that offer loans or grants to  homeowners to rehabilitate or

repair their manufactured homes.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $50,000,000 shall be used
for implementation of the California Homebuyers Downpayment
Assistance program. The department shall enter into an interagency
agreement with the California Housing Finance Agency for
administration of this program. Except as may be otherwise provided
in legislation enacted in the 1999-2000 Regular Session of the
Legislature, the California Housing Finance Agency shall administer
this program and allocate funds in accordance with that agency's
authority as set forth in Part 3 (commencing with Section 50900) of
Division 31 of the Health and Safety Code. 

2240-104-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Farmworker
Housing Grant Fund (0927)  . . .  3,500,000 
 53,500,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, at least $53,500,000
shall
be expended pursuant to Section 50517.5 of the Health and Safety
Code.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, up to $3,000,000 may be
expended pursuant to Section 50517.5 of the Health and Safety Code
to support local, broad-based, cooperative efforts to provide
affordable housing to farmworkers utilizing all of the following: (a)

affordable, durable housing units that are factory constructed,
incorporate design research and meet all state and federal housing
standards; (b) the housing is located on a site that is donated or
leased
for a period of not less than 10 years by a grower or agricultural
association and the site permits occupancy by 12 or fewer
agricultural
employees pursuant to Section 17021.6 of the Health and Safety Code;
and (c) the housing is managed by a local housing authority or
nonprofit corporation with demonstrated capacity to operate
farmworker housing. The department shall determine appropriate per
unit cost limits.

3. Of the amount appropriated by this item, up to $3,000,000 may be
expended pursuant to Section 50517.5 of the Health and Safety Code
for purchase of new manufactured housing units, used manufactured
housing units or park model recreational vehicles, or repair of
manufactured housing that will provide affordable housing
alternatives for farmworker families facing displacement from
existing labor camps, mobilehome parks, or other housing because of
the existence of conditions that are a danger to the health and
safety of
the residents because of overcrowding, lack of adequate
infrastructure, or substantial violations of the health and safety
standards. Eligible costs shall include improvements to common
areas, associated infrastructure, and related facilities.
Improvements
and housing funded under this provision must continue to serve
farmworker families for not less than 10 years.

4. Of the amount appropriated by this item, up to $5,000,000 may be
expended pursuant to Section 50517.5 of the Health and Safety Code
for a demonstration program to test the viability of linking
Farmworker Housing Grant funds to housing developments that also
provide health services. Notwithstanding any provision of Chapter
3.2, the department shall award funds from the demonstration program
to public entities and nonprofit organizations for housing
developments that also provide health services for the residents for
the developments. The department may issue a separate Notice of
Funding Availability for the demonstration program.

5. For purposes of Provisions 2, 3, and 4 of this item, the
department
may waive any requirements of Section 50517.5 of the Health and
Safety Code and any regulations promulgated hereunder that are
inconsistent with prompt and effective implementation of the programs

described in those items and any rule, policy, or standard of general

application employed by the department in implementing these items
shall not be subject to the requirements of Chapter 3.5 (commencing
with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Title 2 of the Government Code. The
department shall use funds specified in Provisions 2 and 3 to
maximize other local, federal, state, or private funds, and may waive

the requirement that the sponsor make a contribution if the
department
determines the sponsor does not have the capability to make that
contribution. 

2240-105-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Emergency
Housing and Assistance Fund (0985)  . . .  2,773,000

 52,773,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $773,000 shall be used
for
the purposes of  utilizing armories or like facilities for
cold
weather shelters, as set forth in Chapter 793, Statutes of 1999.

 cold weather shelters in the counties designated, and in the
manner specified, in subdivision (b) of Section 2 of Chapter 793,
Statutes of 1999, with the exception that funding may be provided to
the designated counties or to experienced nonprofit shelter providers

within those counties. These funds shall be distributed concurrently
with the funds identified in Provision 2, below.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $12,000,000 shall be
distributed pursuant to Chapter 11.5 (commencing with Section
50800) of Part 2 of Division 31 of the Health and Safety Code for
operating facilities grants. Operating facilities grants shall not be
used
to supplant existing emergency shelter or transitional housing
funding.
Grant assistance shall be used to establish new emergency shelter or
transitional housing programs, expand existing facilities in order to

increase the number of homeless persons served, expand existing
eligible services, or bring existing facilities up to a level that
meets
state health and safety standards. Notwithstanding any regulatory
provision to the contrary, operating facilities grants shall not
exceed
$100,000 nor be less than $50,000. For counties with an allocation of

greater than $50,000, one grant of less than $50,000 may be awarded
if necessary to fully utilize the county's allocation. For counties
with
an  allocation of up to or equal to $50,000, up to two grants of less

than $50,000 may be awarded.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $40,000,000 shall be
distributed in the form of capital development grants for the
activities
specified in paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 50803 of the

Health and Safety Code. Notwithstanding the provisions of Chapter
11.5 (commencing with Section 50800) of Part 2 of Division 31 of the
Health and Safety Code, or any provision of the regulations
promulgated thereunder, the Department of Housing and Community
Development shall distribute funds appropriated for purposes of this
Provision 3 as grants in the form of forgivable deferred loans,
subject
to all of the following provisions:

(a) Funding shall be made available to each project as a loan with a
term of 5 years for rehabilitation, 7 years for substantial
rehabilitation, or 10 years for acquisition and rehabilitation or new

construction. Each deferred loan shall be secured by a deed of trust
and promissory note. Repayment of the loan shall be deferred as long
as the project is used as an emergency shelter or transitional
housing.
At the completion of the specified year term, the loan shall be
forgiven. However, if a transfer or conveyance of the project
property
occurs prior to that time that results in the property no longer
being
used as an emergency shelter or transitional housing, the department
shall terminate the grant and require the repayment of the deferred
loan in full.

(b) Applications for funding shall be made pursuant to
department-issued statewide "Notices of Funding Availability"
without the need for additional regulations.

(c) The department shall set forth the criteria for evaluating
applications in the "Notices of Funding Availability" and shall make
deferred loans based on those applications that best meet the
criteria.

(d) The department shall specify in the "Notice of Funding
Availability" both maximum and minimum grant amounts that may be
varied for urban and nonurban counties.

(e) Contracts for projects that have not begun construction within
the
initial 12-month period shall be terminated and the funds
reallocated.
However, the department may extend this period by a period not
exceeding 12 months.

(f) $32,000,000 shall be distributed to the urban counties.
$8,000,000
shall be made available to the nonurban counties until one year has
elapsed from the date of the initial "Notice of Funding Availability"
at
which time any uncommitted funds may be allocated to the urban
counties.

4. The department may use up to 5 percent of the funds transferred
for
purposes of Provision 3 for administration of the Capital
Development Grants authorized by that provision. 

2240-106-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Rental Housing
Construction Fund (0938)  . . . 1,500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be utilized for the
purposes set forth in Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 50530) of
Part 2 of Division 31 of the Health and Safety Code that relate to
the
preservation and acquisition of existing government-assisted rental
housing at risk of conversion to market-rate use. Notwithstanding any

other provision of law, the following provisions shall apply to loans

made with these funds:

(a) The Department of Housing and Community Development shall
give priority only to applications for housing with matching
financing
from local redevelopment agencies or federal programs.

(b) "Eligible sponsors" means local governmental agencies, nonprofit
corporations, including cooperative housing corporations, and limited

liability corporations or limited partnerships where all of the
general
partners are nonprofit mutual or public benefit corporations.

(c) Loans shall bear interest at the rate of 3 percent per annum.

(d) If the department determines that the sponsor is unable to
preserve
and acquire the project, the department may forgive repayment of all
or a portion of the outstanding loan balance, including accrued
interest, without exercising its rights to seek full compensation
from
the security for the loan.

(e) The director of the department may waive any of the regulations
adopted in Subchapter 1 (commencing with Section 7000) of Chapter
7 of Division 1 of Title 25 of the California Code of Regulations
that
he or she determines are inconsistent with the effective
implementation of this special loan program, and any additional rule,

policy, or standard of general applicability employed by the
department shall not be subject to the requirements of Chapter 3.5
(commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2240-107-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Housing
Rehabilitation Loan Fund (0929)  . . .  11,000,000 
 336,000,000 

Provisions:

1.  The    Of the   funds appropriated in
this item
 $311,000,000   shall be utilized for the purposes of the
Multifamily Housing Program as set forth in Chapter 6.7 (commencing
with Section 50675) of Part 2, Division 31 of the Health and Safety
Code.  $50,000,000 of the funds identified in this provision
shall
be reserved for projects which are at risk of conversion to market
rate
rents as a result of prepayment of their federally insured or
federally
held mortgage or termination of their federal subsidy program, as
those terms are set forth in paragraphs (4) and (5) of subdivision
(a)
of Section 65863.10 of the Government Code.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $25,000,000 shall be
utilized
for the Downtown Rebound Program, subject to the establishment of
that program by legislation enacted during the 1999-2000 Regular
Session. 

2240-108-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Rental Housing
Construction Fund (0938)  . . . 50,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds transferred by this item shall be used for the
California
Teachers Homebuyers Assistance Program as authorized by
legislation enacted in the 1999-00 Session of the Legislature. The
Department of Housing and Community Development shall contract
with the California Housing Finance Agency for the administration of
the program.

2240-109-0001--For local assistance, Department of Housing and
Community Development, for transfer by the Controller to the Child
Care and Development Facilities Direct Loan Fund (0472)  . . .

26,000,000 
 16,000,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount transferred by this item, up to  $1,000,000

 $750,000   may be used for the costs of administering the
child care and development facilities loan program.

 2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department
of
Housing and Community Development may transfer unencumbered
funds between the Child Care and Development Facilities Direct Loan
Fund (0472) and the Child Care and Development Facilities Loan
Guaranty Fund (0474).

3. The Department of Housing and Community Development shall
report to the Legislature by March 15, 2001, on the status of the
Child
Care Facilities Financing Program. The report shall include
information regarding the type and number of applications received,
the number of loans and guaranties made, the number of child care
spaces preserved or created, and the remaining funds available. The
report shall also discuss any legal or financial impediments to
increased participation in the program from child care providers.

2240-111-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the California
Housing Trust Fund (0843)  . . . 75,000,000

2240-112-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Housing
Rehabilitation Loan Fund (0929)  . . . 15,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds transferred by this item, $5,000,000 shall be
distributed pursuant to Article 2.10 (commencing with Section 65891)
of Chapter 4 of Division 1 of Title 7 of the Government Code, as
proposed by Assembly Bill 2054 of the 1999-2000 Regular Session,
if enacted, for collaborative work by two or more councils of
governments or two or more subregions within a multicounty council
of governments, to mitigate interregional impacts of substantial
imbalances of jobs and housing. These funds shall be (1) used for
advancing development of implementation plans and models,
including, but not limited to, geographic mapping, targeted policies
and incentives, to promote and accommodate housing development in
areas rich in jobs, and job development in areas rich in housing; (2)

subject to a local match of not less than 25 percent for each
application, which may be satisfied with in-kind contributions; (3)
awarded to qualifying applicants that are geographically dispersed
within the state to the extent practical, including representation
from at
least the three largest major metropolitan areas of the state. Up to
$625,000 of the funds transferred by this item shall be made
available
to a partnership of the Association of Bay Area Governments, the San
Joaquin Council of Governments, and the Stanislaus Council of
Governments to be used for planning for Alameda, Contra Costa,
Santa Clara, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus Counties, and cities
therein.
The Department of Housing and Community Development shall report
to the Legislature on its evaluation of this pilot project by January
1,
2004. Products of each project shall be provided to the department
for
evaluation and use in development of a statewide inventory. The
department may use up to 10 percent of the amount appropriated for
the purposes of this provision for coordinating efforts among
grantees,
developing the inventory, program administration, and evaluation and
preparation of the report. Funds transferred by this item for program

administration shall be available through June 30, 2004.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the amount
appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be made available as
matching grants to local governments to increase staffing dedicated
to
building code enforcement efforts.

2240-114-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Community
Amenities/Jobs-Housing Fund (3006)  . . . 110,000,000

Provisions:

1. Funds are appropriated by this item for the Community
Amenities/Jobs-Housing Balance Program if and as established by
legislation adopted during the 1999-2000 Regular Session. 

2240-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Housing and
Community Development, for reimbursement, in accordance with the
provisions of Section 6 of Article XIII B of the California
Constitution or Section 17561 of the Government Code, of the costs of

any new program or increased level of service of an existing program
mandated by statute or executive order, for disbursement by the State

Controller  . . . 850,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.114.380-Regional Housing Needs Assessments (Ch. 1143,
Stats. 1980)  . . . 850,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriation and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee. 

2240-495--Reversion, Department of Housing and Community
Development. As of June 30, 2000, the unencumbered balance of the
$100,000 appropriated in Item 2240-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) for support of the
Governor's Housing Task Force shall revert to the General Fund.


2310-001-0400--For support of Office of Real Estate Appraisers
payable from the Real Estate Appraisers Regulation Fund  . . .
3,823,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Administration of Real Estate Appraisers Program  . . .
3,898,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -75,000

2320-001-0317--For support of Department of Real Estate, payable
from the Real Estate Commissioner's Fund  . . . 28,150,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Licensing and Education  . . . 6,036,000

(b) 20-Enforcement and Recovery  . . . 17,867,000

(c) 30-Subdivisions  . . . 4,997,000

(d) 40.10-Administration  . . . 4,463,000

(e) 40.20-Distributed Administration  . . . -4,463,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -750,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be used
only for the purposes of the Real Estate Recovery Account.

2400-001-0933--For support of Department of Managed Care,
payable from the State Managed Care Fund  . . .  27,863,000

 46,827,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30-Health Plan Program  . . .  27,863,000 
 46,827,000 

(b) 50.01-Administration  . . . 5,178,000

(c) 50.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -5,178,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

2. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the
additional
assessment on health care service plans authorized by subdivision (e)

of Section 1356 of the Health and Safety Code to provide the

Department of Managed Care with sufficient revenues to support the
2000-2001 fiscal year costs and expenses of that department is an
assessment that is separate from and independent of the assessment
set
forth in subdivision (b) of Section 1356 and, further, shall not be
aggregated, for the purposes of limitation or otherwise, with the
assessment set forth in subdivision (b) of Section 1356, or be
subject
to any other limitations imposed on assessments by Section 1356.1.
The additional assessment required by subdivision (e) of Section
1356 shall be levied on each plan in accordance with the schedule set

forth in subdivision (b) of Section 1356, and shall be paid in its
entirety on or before November 3, 2000, or may be paid in two equal
installments. The first installment shall be paid on or before
November 3, 2000, and the second installment shall be paid on or
before March 16, 2001. The additional assessment shall be in an
amount sufficient to recover extraordinary expenses incurred in
1999-00 in order to provide sufficient available funds for 2000-01
expenses and restore a prudent reserve. 

3. The Department of Managed Care shall work with the stakeholder
groups, including representatives of consumer organizations, the
health care industry, the Legislature, and other individuals deemed
appropriate by the department, to develop and implement a Report
Card system.

4. The Department of Managed Care shall provide the fiscal and
policy committees of the Legislature with a status update regarding
the
establishment of the department and implementation of the new reform
efforts by no later than August 30, 2000, and March 1, 2001.

5. The Department of Managed Care shall provide the fiscal and
policy committees of the Legislature with a comprehensive
description and status update regarding the data collection and
reporting system to be implemented for the Independent Medical
Review Process by no later than December 1, 2000.

6. The Department of Managed Care shall provide the fiscal and
policy committees of the Legislature with a status report on the
activities completed to meet the requirements of Chapter 529 of the
Statutes of 1999, including a revised timetable, by no later than
August 1, 2000.

2400-002-0933--For support of the Department of Managed Care, for
the Office of Patient Advocate, payable from the Managed Care Fund
. . . 988,000 

2600-001-0042--For support of California Transportation
Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the
State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 200,000

2600-001-0046--For support of California Transportation
Commission, payable from the Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . 1,444,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Administration of California Transportation Commission  . . .

1,644,000

(b) Amount payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 2600-001-0042)  . . . -200,000

2640-101-0046--For local assistance, Special Transportation
Programs, notwithstanding Section 99312 of the Public Utilities Code,

for allocation by the Controller, payable from the Public
Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 101,001,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Sections 99313 and 99314 of the Public Utilities
Code, not more than $67,387 of the amount appropriated by this item
shall reimburse the Controller for expenditures for administration of

State Transportation Assistance funds. 

2660-001-0001--For support of Department of Transportation  . . .
637,000

Schedule:

(a) 40-Transportation Planning  . . . 637,000

(1) Eastshore State Park Planning  . . . (637,000) 

2660-001-0041--For support of Department of Transportation, for
payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Aeronautics
Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 2,742,000

2660-001-0042--For support of Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.
. . .  1,759,602,000 
 2,001,501,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Aeronautics  . . . 3,351,000

(b) 20.10-Highway Transportation-- Capital Outlay Support  . . .

807,731,000 
 1,017,450,000 

(c) 20.30-Highway Transportation-- Local Assistance  . . .
31,622,000

(d) 20.40-Highway Transportation-- Program Development  . . .

101,746,000 
 102,842,000 

(e) 20.65-Highway Transportation-- Legal  . . . 63,092,000

(f) 20.70-Highway Transportation-- Operations  . . . 
134,188,000

 143,273,000 

(g) 20.80-Highway Transportation-- Maintenance  . . . 
763,371,000 
 768,282,000 

(h) 30-Mass Transportation  . . .  92,951,000 
 93,162,000 

(i) 40-Transportation Planning  . . .  105,738,000 
 127,278,000 

(j) 50.00-Administration  . . .  254,593,000 
 2,888,140,000 

(k) Reimbursements  . . .  -105,755,000 
 -124,408,000 

(l) Amount payable from the Aeronautics Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 2660-001-0041)  . . . -2,742,000

(m) Amount payable from the Bicycle Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 2660-001-0045)  . . . -10,000

(n) Amount payable from the Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 2660-001-0046)  . . .  -113,686,000


 -114,990,000 

(o) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
2660-0010890)  . . .  -376,588,000 
 -394,841,000 

Provisions:

1. For purposes of the funds appropriated in Schedules (b) to (g),
inclusive, Program 20--Highway Transportation. Upon approval of
the Department of Finance, the Department of Transportation shall
notify the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the Chairperson
of
the Joint Legislative Budget Committee at least 20 days prior to
spending funds to expand activities above budgeted levels or to
implement a new activity not identified in this act, including any of

those expenditures to be funded through a transfer of money from
other
expenditure categories or programs, except in the case of emergency
work increases caused by snow, storm, or earth movement damage.

2. From funds appropriated in this item, the Department of
Transportation may enter into interagency agreements with the
Department of the California Highway Patrol to compensate that
department for the cost of work performed by patrol officers at or
near state highway construction projects so as to reduce the risk of
occurrence of serious motor vehicle accidents.

3. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated

in this item from the State Highway Account may be reduced and
replaced by an equivalent amount of federal funds determined by the
department to be available and necessary to comply with Section 8.50
of this act and the most effective management of state transportation

resources. Not more than 30 days after replacing the state funds with

federal funds, the Director of Finance shall notify in writing the
chairperson of the committee in each house that considers
appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of this action.

(b) To the extent that moneys in the State Highway Account are
reduced pursuant to this provision, the Department of Transportation
may transfer, with the approval of the Business, Transportation and
Housing Agency, and upon authorization by the Director of Finance,
all or part of the savings to Item 2660-101-0042 or Item
2660-301-0042 for local assistance or capital outlay projects
approved by the California Transportation Commission. The Director
of Finance shall authorize the transfer not sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing to the chairperson of the committee in each
house that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funding appropriated
in this item may be transferred to Item 2660-005-0042 to pay for any
necessary insurance, debt service, and other expenditures for
department-owned office buildings in District 4 and District 8. Any
transfer will require the prior approval of the Department of
Finance.

5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
Schedules (a) to (j), inclusive, in this item may be transferred to
Item
2660-002-0608 for increases in equipment service needs, provided
that the increase does not increase the overall appropriation
authority
for the Department of Transportation and no funding appropriated in
Schedules (a) to (j), inclusive, is augmented.

2660-001-0045--For support of Department of Transportation, for
payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Bicycle
Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 10,000

2660-001-0046--For support of Department of Transportation, for
payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Public
Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 
113,686,000 
 114,990,000 

Provisions:

1. For Program 30--Mass Transportation.  $63,987,000

 $63,767,000   appropriated in this item is available for
intercity rail.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item from the Public Transportation Account may be reduced and
replaced by an equivalent amount of federal funds determined by the
department to be available and necessary to comply with Section 8.50
of this act and the most effective management of state transportation

resources. Not more than 30 days after replacing the state funds with

federal funds, the Director of Finance shall notify in writing the
chairperson of the committee in each house that considers
appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of this action.

2660-001-0890--For support of Department of Transportation, for
payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  376,588,000 
 394,841,000 

Provisions:

1. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. For purposes of the
Streets and Highways Code, all expenditures from this item shall be
deemed to be  expenditures from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund.

2. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. Federal funds may be
received from any federal source, and shall be deposited in the
Federal Trust Fund. Any federal reimbursements shall be credited to
the account from which the expenditures were originally made.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may augment this item with additional federal funds in
conjunction with an equivalent offsetting reduction in State Highway
Account funds in Item 2660-001-0042, pursuant to Provision 3 of that
item or Public Transportation Account funds in Item 2660-001-0046,
pursuant to Provision 2 of that item.

2660-002-0608--For support of Department of Transportation,
payable from the Equipment Service Fund  . . . 60,242,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be increased in accordance with Provision 5 of Item
2660-001-0042. 

2660-004-0042--For support of Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. . 5,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used to establish a
permit expediter program to facilitate timely responses from
permitting agencies on transportation projects. 

2660-005-0042--For support of Department of Transportation, for
building insurance, debt service, and other costs for
department-owned office buildings in District 4 and District 8,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. .  14,867,000 
 14,552,000 

Provisions:

(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds provided in
Item 2660-001-0042 may be transferred to this item to pay for any
necessary insurance, debt service, and other expenditures for the
department-owned office buildings in District 4 and District 8. Any
transfer shall require the prior approval of the Department of
Finance. 

2660-006-0042--For support of Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. . 2,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used to provide
employment training opportunities for at-risk youth and shall be
available for encumbrance until June 30, 2002.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, 50 percent shall be
expended in programs in Orange County and 50 percent shall be
expended in programs in the Central Valley. 

2660-007-0042--For support of Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. . 61,521,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Highway Transportation  . . .  60,081,000 
 61,503,000 

(b) 50-Administration  . . .  1,440,000 
 18,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item may be expended only to attain

compliance with the storm water discharge provisions of the National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits as promulgated by the
State Water Resources Control Board or regional water quality
control boards, or as ordered by the federal courts. 

2. The Department of Transportation shall submit to the Legislature,
within 60 days of the State Water Resources Control Board's
approval of the Storm Water Management Plan, a fiscal estimate of
the annual resource needs for the 13 major activities of the plan.
Additionally, the department shall track expenditures in the 2000-01
fiscal year for these activities in order to establish a baseline for

future expenditures. Of the $41,000,000 appropriated in this item to
comply with the plan's provisions for management and
implementation, any amount unencumbered on June 30, 2001, shall
revert to the State Highway Account on June 30, 2001. 

2660-011-0041--For transfer by the Controller from the Aeronautics
Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Public Transportation
Account, State Transportation Fund, as prescribed by Section 21682.5
of the Public Utilities Code  . . . (30,000)

2660-011-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Toll Bridge
Seismic Retrofit Account, State Transportation Fund  . . .
(123,388,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the transfer shall be
made upon the request of the Department of Transportation.

2660-012-0042--For augmentation for emergencies relating to a state
of emergency declared by the Governor, subject to all provisions of
Item 9840-001-0001, payable from the State Highway Account  . . .
(40,000,000)

Provisions:

1. No deficiencies shall be authorized by the Director of Finance in
any appropriation of money from this item under the provisions of
Section 11006 of the Government Code. Required notification to the
Legislature of deficiency appropriations pursuant to this item shall
include, in addition to all other required information, (a) an
estimate
of federal funds or other funds that the department may receive for
the
same purposes as the proposed deficiency appropriation, and (b)
explanation of the necessity of the proposed deficiency appropriation

given anticipated federal funds or other funds.

2660-014-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Public
Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund (0046)  . . .
(45,000,000)

Provisions:

1. Transfers made pursuant to this item shall consist of revenues not

subject to Article XIX of  The    the  
California
Constitution.

2660-021-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Public
Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund, as prescribed by
Section 194 of the Streets and Highways Code  . . . 
(23,500,000)

 (25,024,000) 

2660-022-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Environmental
Enhancement and Mitigation Demonstration Account, State
Transportation Fund, as prescribed by Section 164.56 of the Streets
and Highways Code  . . . (10,000,000)

2660-031-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Equipment
Service Fund for  start-up    startup  
capital to 
the program as prescribed by Section 14067(d) of the Government
Code    the program  . . .    11,185,000

 21,898,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is
appropriated for  start-up    startup  
support 
costs as prescribed by Section 14067(d) of the Government Code,
  costs   and $1,185,000 is appropriated for the
purchase of new mobile fleet equipment. 

2660-031-3008--For transfer by the Controller from the
Transportation Investment Fund to the Public Transportation Account,
State Transportation Fund  . . . (100,000,000) 

2660-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Transportation  .

. .  71,000,000 
 74,059,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . .  71,000,000 
 72,561,000 

(1) Altamont Commuter Express: Rolling Stock Acquisition and Track
Upgrade  . . .     (36,000,000)

(2) Caltrain: Coyote Valley Station  . . .     (5,000,000)

(3) Vasona Light Rail: Winchester Station  . . .     (15,000,000)

(4) Metrolink San Bernardino Line Track Upgrade  . . .
(15,000,000) 

(5) Alpine Springs County Water District Avalanche Control  . . .
(120,000)

(6) Northeast San Fernando Valley Health Corporation HIV Program
. . . (17,000)

(7) City of McFarland Bus Stop  . . . (29,000)

(8) Southern California Regional Rail Authority  . . . (400,000)

(9) San Bernardino Seismic Retrofit  . . . (120,000)

(10) Millbrae Elementary School District  . . . (475,000)

(11) San Francisco Muni Nextbus Program  . . . (300,000)

(12) San Mateo County Transit Shuttles  . . . (100,000)

(b) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 1,498,000

(1) City of Rio Vista Traffic Signals  . . . (150,000)

(2) Hawthorne School District Traffic Signals  . . . (98,000)

(3) Los Angeles County Traffic Intersection  . . . (1,000,000)

(4) Clean Fuel Pilot Project  . . . (250,000) 

2660-101-0042--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. .  411,224,000 
 413,224,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.30-Highway Transportation-Local Assistance  . . . 325,229,000

(b) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 83,995,000

(c) 40-Transportation Planning  . . .  2,000,000 
 4,000,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in  item    Schedules
 (a) and
(b) shall be available for allocation by the California
Transportation
Commission in the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding other provisions of law, funds appropriated within

Schedule (a) may be transferred to Schedules (b) and (c); and funds
appropriated within Schedule (b) may be transferred to Schedules (a)
and (c); and funds appropriated within Schedule (c) may be
transferred to Schedules (a) and (b). These transfers shall require
the
prior approval of the California Transportation Commission and the
Department of Finance. These funds shall be available for allocation
by the  Commission    commission   in
2000-01,
2001-02 and 2002-03 fiscal years.

3. Notwithstanding other provisions of law, funds  scheduled
in
items    appropriated in Schedule   (a) or (b) may
be
transferred to Item 2660-301-0042. These transfers shall require the
prior approval of the California Transportation Commission and the
Department of Finance.  Such    These  
transfers
shall be available for allocation by the  Commission
 
commission   in the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03 fiscal years.

2660-101-0045--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
Program 20--Highway Transportation, payable from the Bicycle
Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 1,500,000


2660-101-0046--For Local Assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation
Fund, pursuant to Section 66540.72 of the Government Code for
allocation to the Bay Area Water Transit Authority  . . . 12,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 12,000,000 

2660-101-0183--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
Program 20--Highway Transportation, payable from the
Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Demonstration Program
Fund  . . . 10,000,000

2660-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,021,663,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 926,663,000

(b) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 55,000,000

(c) 40-Transportation Planning  . . . 40,000,000

Provisions:

1. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. For purposes of the
Streets and Highways Code, all expenditures from this item shall be
deemed to be expenditures from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund.

2. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. Federal funds may be
received from any federal source and shall be deposited in the
Federal Trust Fund. Any federal reimbursements shall be credited to
the account from which the expenditures were originally made.

3. Notwithstanding other provisions of law, funds appropriated within

Schedule (a) may be transferred to Schedules (b) and (c), and funds
appropriated within Schedule (b) may be transferred to Schedules (a)
and (c). Funds appropriated within Schedules (a) and (b) may be
transferred to Item 2660-301-0890. These transfers shall require the
prior approval of the Department of Finance and the California
Transportation Commission. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the Commission and shall be available for expenditure
in the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03 fiscal years. 

2660-101-3008--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Transportation Investment Fund  . . . 31,600,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Aeronautics  . . . 11,200,000

(1) Track Fox Field Airport Runway Improvements  . . . (11,200,000)

(c) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 20,400,000

(1) Cross Valley Rail Corridor  . . . (12,000,000)

(2) Metrolink Antelope Valley Line  . . . (3,400,000)

(3) Los Angeles River Bicycle Trail Project  . . . (5,000,000)

2660-102-0001--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
pursuant to Section 66540.72 of the Government Code for allocation
to the Bay Area Water Transit Authority  . . . 12,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 12,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 shall be
available no sooner than 30 days after the Bay Area Water Transit
Authority submits a work plan to the appropriate legislative fiscal
committees and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. The work
plan shall specify the intended work elements to be accomplished in
the budget year, when the work will be initiated and is projected to
be
completed, and the cost associated with each item of the work.

2660-102-0890--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 2,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 2,000,000

2660-103-0046--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation
Fund  . . . 2,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 2,000,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item shall be used to match federal
grants from the Job Access/Reserve Commute program for the
purchase of vans and buses for the provision of farmworker
transportation services.

2660-103-3008--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
Program 20.30-Highway Transportation--Local Assistance, payable
from the Transportation Investment Fund, for local streets and roads
maintenance and improvements  . . . 400,000,000

2660-104-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Transportation
Investment Fund (3008)  . . . 1,500,000,000

2660-105-0001--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
for Metrolink Commuter Rail Service  . . . 3,400,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 3,400,000

(1) Signal upgrades to passing track near Newhall Station  . . .
(1,300,000)

(2) Straightening track near Newhall Station  . . . (900,000)

(3) Line change near Santa Clarita Station  . . . (1,200,000)

2660-105-0046--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation
Fund, for water transit operations managed through the Metropolitan
Transportation Commission  . . . 2,363,000

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 2,363,000

2660-106-0046--For local assistance, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Public Transportation Account  . . . 600,000

Schedule:

30-Mass Transportation  . . . 600,000

(1) Crenshaw Corridor Project Major Investment Study  . . .
(600,000) 

2660-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, for
acquisition of intercity rail rolling stock and track and signal
improvements  . . .  50,000,000 
 50,295,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30-Mass Transportation  . . .  50,000,000 
   50,150,000 

(1) Acquisition of Intercity Rail Rolling Stock  . . .
(30,000,000)

(2) San Joaquin Corridor: Signals and Double Track  . . .
(20,000,000) 

(3) Hydrogen Bus Technology  . . . (150,000)

(b) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 145,000

(1) Hacienda Heights Soundwalls  . . . (15,000)

(2) Vincent Thomas Bridge Lighting  . . . (125,000)

(3) Sadao Munemori Memorial Freeway Interchange  . . . (5,000)


2660-301-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. . 540,710,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 1,292,518,000

(1) State Highway  Operation and Protection Program  . . .
(239,190,000)

(2) Regional Improvements  . . .     (185,240,000)

(3) Interregional Improvements  . . .      (98,570,000)

(4) Reimbursements  . . .     (769,518,000)

(b) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 17,710,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -769,518,000

Provisions:

1. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. For each capital outlay
appropriation, the department shall determine for reversion the
difference between the appropriation and the total amount needed for
encumbered projects, encumbered  right-of-way   

rights-of-way  , and projects still to be scheduled for
encumbrance against the appropriations. On or before December 15,
2000, the department shall submit to the Controller the estimated
amounts to be reverted as of June 30, 2000, from the 1997-98,
1998-99 and 1999-00 fiscal year appropriations.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, amounts scheduled
within this item may be transferred to Item 2660-101-0042, Schedules
(a) and (b), for local transportation projects pursuant to the
allocation
of project funds by the California Transportation Commission. These
transfers shall require the prior approval of the California
Transportation Commission and the Department of Finance. These
funds shall be available for allocation during the 2000-01, 2001-02
and 2002-03 fiscal years.

2660-301-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,660,250,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 1,656,000,000

(b) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 4,250,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2660-301-0042 is also applicable to this item.


2. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. For purposes of the
Streets and Highways Code, all expenditures from this item shall be
deemed to be expenditures from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund.

3. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. Federal funds may be
received from any federal source and shall be deposited in the
Federal Trust Fund. Any federal reimbursements shall be credited to
the account from which the expenditures were originally made.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, amounts scheduled
within this item may be transferred to Item 2660-101-0890 Schedules
(a) and (b) for local transportation projects pursuant to the
allocation
of project funds by the California Transportation Commission. These
transfers shall require the prior approval of the California
Transportation Commission and the Department of Fi- nance. These
funds shall be available for allocation during 2000-01, 2001-02, and
2002-03. 

2660-301-3008--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Transportation Investment Fund, for state highway
deferred maintenance and improvements  . . . 100,000,000 

2660-302-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, for
the completion of the Retrofit Soundwall Program, payable from the
State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 27,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 27,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, amounts appropriated
in this item may be transferred to 2660-101-0042, Schedule (a), for
delivery of the retrofit projects pursuant to the allocation of
project
funds by the California Transportation Commission. These transfers
shall require the prior approval of the California Transportation
Commission and Department of Finance. These funds shall be
available for allocation until program completion.

2. Up to 20 percent of the funds appropriated in this item may be
transferred to Item 2660-301-0042 of this act to enable the
California
Transportation Commission to allocate supplemental funds to projects
within this item. These transfers shall require the prior approval of
the
California Transportation Commission and Department of Finance.

2660-302-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, for
the completion of the Retrofit Soundwall Program, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 199,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, amounts appropriated
in this item may be transferred to 2660-101-0890, Schedule (a), for
delivery of the retrofit projects pursuant to the allocation of
project
funds by the California Transportation Commission. These transfers
shall require the prior approval of the California Transportation
Commission and Department of Finance. These funds shall be
available for allocation until program completion.

2. Up to 20 percent of the funds appropriated in this item may be
transferred to Item 2660-301-0890 of this act to enable the
California
Transportation Commission to allocate supplemental funds to projects
within this item. These transfers shall require the prior approval of
the
California Transportation Commission and Department of
Finance. 

2660-302-3008--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation,
payable from the Transportation Investment Fund  . . . 8,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Highway Transportation  . . . 6,000,000

(1) Goshen Overpass  . . . (1,500,000)

(2) State Highway 166/Blosser Road Intersection  . . . (1,700,000)

(3) Union City Pedestrian Bridge  . . . (800,000)

(4) State Route 22/I-10 Underpass  . . . (2,000,000)

(b) 30-Mass Transportation  . . . 2,000,000

(1) Kern County Cross Valley Rail  . . . (2,000,000) 

2660-311-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation,
payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. .  8,937,000 
 9,715,000 

Schedule:

(1) 20.20.500-Statewide: Studies, preplanning and budget packages  .

. . 338,000

(2) 20.20.510-San Diego Office Building: Replacement--Working
drawings  . . .  1,931,000 
 2,974,000 

(3) 20.20.511-Eureka Office Building: Seismic Retrofit--Preliminary
plans and working drawings  . . . 632,000

(4) 20.20.512-Redding District Office Building: Seismic
Retrofit--Construction  . . . 406,000

(5) 20.20.513-Sacramento Headquarters Office: Seismic
Retrofit--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 1,165,000

(6) 20.20.514-Los Angeles Office Building:
Replacement--Preliminary plans  . . .  4,465,000 
 4,200,000 

Provisions:

1. For Program 20--Highway Transportation. Up to 20 percent of the
funds appropriated in this item may be transferred from Item
2660-301-0042 of this act to enable the California Transportation
Commission to allocate supplemental funds to projects within this
item. The transfer may be made only with the approval of the
commission. Also, the Department of Finance shall be notified of the
transfer prior to the commission's approval of any transfer or
allocation of those funds to any project.

2. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the projects
identified
in Schedules (2) and (6) of this item shall be subject to
administrative
oversight by the State Public Works Board. 

3. The project identified in Schedule (6) is authorized for
construction
by the design-build delivery method pursuant to Section 14661 of the
Government Code. 

2660-399-0042--For the Department of Transportation, for final cost
accounting of projects for which appropriations have expired, for
state operations, local assistance, or capital outlay, payable from
the
State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund. Funds
appropriated in this item shall be available for expenditure until
June
30, 2001  . . . 5,000,000 

2660-399-0890--For the Department of Transportation, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund, for federal discretionary transportation
corridor improvement grants and formula Section 163 grants  . . .
25,000,000 

2660-491--Reappropriation, Department of Transportation.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unliquidated
encumbrances for the appropriations provided in the following
citations, are reappropriated until June 30, 2001. The unencumbered
balance shall not be available for encumbrance.

0042--State Highway Account

(1) Item 2660-301-042, Budget Act of 1989
(Ch. 93, Stats. 1989)

(2) Item 2660-101-042, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(3) Item 2660-301-042, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(4) Item 2660-325-042, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(5) Item 2660-101-042, Budget Act of 1991
(Ch. 118, Stats. 1991)

(6) Item 2660-301-042, Budget Act of 1991
(Ch. 118, Stats. 1991)

(7) Item 2660-325-042, Budget Act of 1991
(Ch. 118, Stats. 1991)

(8) Item 2660-125-042, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(9) Item 2660-125-042, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(10) Item 2660-301-042, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(11) Item 2660-325-042, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(12) Item 2660-125-042, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

(13) Item 2660-325-0042, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

(14) Item 2660-125-042, Budget Act of 1995
(Ch. 303, Stats. 1995)

(15) Item 2660-101-0042, Budget Act of 1995
(Ch. 303, Stats. 1995)

0045--Bicycle Transportation Account

(1) Item 2660-101-045, Budget Act of 1995
(Ch. 303, Stats. 1995)

(2) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1996
(Ch. 162, Stats. 1996)

(3) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1997,
(Ch. 282, Stats. 1997)

0046--Public Transportation Account

(1) Item 2660-101-046, Budget Act of 1989
(Ch. 93, Stats. 1989)

(2) Item 2660-101-046, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(3) Item 2660-101-046, Budget Act of 1991
(Ch. 118, Stats. 1991)

(4) Item 2660-125-046, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(5) Item 2660-302-046, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(6) Item 2660-125-046, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(7) Item 2660-302-046, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(8) Item 2660-125-046, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

(9) Item 2660-302-046, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

(10) Item 2660-302-0046, Budget Act of 1995
(Ch. 303, Stats. 1995)

0056--Seismic Safety Retrofit Account

(1) Chapter 18, Statutes of 1989

(2) Item 2660-325-056, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

0183--Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Demonstration
Program Fund

(1) Item 2660-125-183, Budget Act of 1995
(Ch. 303, Stats. 1995)

(2) Item 2660-125-0183, Budget Act of 1996
(Ch. 162, Stats. 1996)

0853--Petroleum Violation Escrow Account

(1) Chapter 186, Statutes of 1986

(2) Chapter 1427, Statutes of 1988

(3) Chapter 1434, Statutes of 1988

(4) Chapter 1648, Statutes of 1990

(5) Chapter 960, Statutes of 1991

(6) Item 2660-101-853, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(7) Chapter 1159, Statutes of 1993

(8) Chapter 980, Statutes of 1995

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(1) Item 2660-101-890, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(2) Item 2660-101-890, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(3) Item 2660-301-890, Program 30, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(4) Item 2660-101-890, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(5) Item 2660-101-890, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

2660-492--Reappropriation, Department of Transportation.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balance as of June
30,
2000, of the appropriations in the following citations, are
appropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations
and shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2001.

0042--State Highway Account

(1) Item 2660-325-0042, Budget Act of 1997
(Ch. 282, Stats. 1997)

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(1) 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 1997
(Ch. 282, Stats. 1997)

2660-493--Reappropriation, Department of Transportation.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the appropriations in the

following citations are reappropriated to enable the collection of
outstanding federal reimbursements as of the end of June 30, 2000.
These appropriations are not available for encumbrance or liquidation

and shall revert on June 30, 2001:

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(1) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1987
(Ch. 135, Stats. 1987)

(2) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1988
(Ch. 313, Stats. 1988)

(3) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1989
(Ch. 93, Stats. 1989)

(4) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(5) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1991
(Ch. 118, Stats. 1991)

(6) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

(7) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1993
(Ch. 55, Stats. 1993)

(8) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1994
(Ch. 139, Stats. 1994)

(9) Item 2660-001-890, Budget Act of 1995
(Ch. 303, Stats. 1995)

(10) Item 2660-301-890, Budget Act of 1992 (Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

 2660-494--Reappropriation, Department of Transportation.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unencumbered
balance of the appropriation provided for in the following citation
is
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless
otherwise specified, provided for in the appropriation:

0042--State Highway Account

Item 2660-311-0042, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(3) 20.20.512-Seismic Retrofit, Redding District Office
Building--working drawings. 

2660-495--Reversion, Department of Transportation. As of June 30,
2000, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided in
the following citations shall revert to the balance in the fund from
which the appropriation was made:

0045--Bicycle Transportation Account

(1) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1987
(Ch. 135, Stats. 1987)

(2) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1988
(Ch. 313, Stats. 1988)

(3) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1989
(Ch. 93, Stats. 1989)

(4) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1990
(Ch. 467, Stats. 1990)

(5) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1991
(Ch. 118, Stats. 1991)

(6) Item 2660-101-0045, Budget Act of 1992
(Ch. 587, Stats. 1992)

 2665-001-0001--For support of High-Speed Rail Authority, to
begin a statewide environmental impact study and report  . . .
10,000,000 

2665-001-0046--For support of High-Speed Rail Authority, payable
from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund  .
.
. 1,021,000

2700-001-0044--For support of Office of Traffic Safety, payable from
the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 360,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Traffic Safety   . . . 25,122,000

(b) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
2700-0010890)  . . . -24,762,000

2700-001-0890--For support of Office of Traffic Safety, for payment
to Item 2700-001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, not
subject to the provisions of Section 28.00  . . . 24,762,000

 2700-101-0001--For local assistance, Office of Traffic Safety
. .
. 2,000,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are to support community-based
organizations in providing educational outreach for farm labor
transportation safety. 

2700-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of Traffic Safety,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund, not subject to the provisions of

Section 28.00  . . . 17,355,000

2720-001-0001--For transfer by the Controller from the General Fund
to the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund (0044)  . . .

 15,000,000 
 33,615,000 

2720-001-0042--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund  . . .
24,198,000

2720-001-0044--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . .  893,985,000 
 919,141,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Traffic Management  . . .  858,827,000 
 880,617,000 

(b) 20-Regulation and Inspection  . . .  95,649,000 

 100,936,000 

(c) 30-Vehicle Ownership Security  . . .  26,529,000

 26,871,000 

(d) 40.01-Administration  . . .  138,022,000 
 138,981,000 

(e) 40.02-Distributed Administra- tion  . . .  -138,022,000

 -138,981,000 

(f) Reimbursements  . . .  -50,816,000 
 -52,957,000 

(g) Amount payable from the State Highway Account (Item
2720-001-0042)  . . .  -24,198,000 
 -24,295,000 

(h) Amount payable from the Motor Carrier Permit Fund (Item
2720-001-0292)  . . .  -1,647,000 
 -1,651,000 

(i) Amount payable from the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Fund
(Item 2720-001-0293)  . . .  -1,183,000 
 -1,187,000 

(j) Amount payable from the California Motorcyclist Safety Fund
(Item 2720-001-0840)  . . . -1,121,000

(k) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
2720-0010890)  . . .  -5,853,000 
 -5,870,000 

(l) Amount payable from the Hazardous Substance Account, Special
Deposit Fund (Item 2720-001-0942)  . . . -200,000

(m) Amount payable from the Asset Forfeiture Account, Special
Deposit Fund (Item 2720-0110942)  . . . -2,002,000

2720-001-0292--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the Motor Carrier Permit Fund  . . .  1,647,000 
 1,651,000 

2720-001-0293--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Fund  . . .  1,183,000

 1,187,000 

2720-001-0840--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the California Motorcyclist Safety Fund  . . . 1,121,000

2720-001-0890--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  5,853,000 
 5,870,000 

2720-001-0942--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the Hazardous Substance Account, Special Deposit Fund  . . . 200,000

2720-003-0044--For support of the Department of the California
Highway Patrol for rental payments on lease revenue bonds  . . .
436,000

Schedule:

(a) Base Rental and Fees  . . . 420,000

(b) Insurance  . . . 16,000

2720-011-0942--For support of Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from
the Asset Forfeiture Account, Special Deposit Fund  . . . 2,002,000

2720-012-0903--For transfer by the Controller from the State Penalty
Fund to the California Motorcyclist Safety Fund (0840)  . . .
(250,000)

2720-021-0044--For Department of the California Highway Patrol,
for advance authority for the department to incur automotive
equipment purchase obligations in an amount not to exceed
$5,000,000 during the 2000-01 fiscal year, for delivery beginning in
the 2001-02 fiscal year, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account,
State Transportation Fund  . . . (5,000,000) 

2720-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of the California
Highway Patrol, for grants to local law enforcement agencies for the
costs of collecting racial profiling data  . . . 8,000,000 

2720-301-0044--For capital outlay, Department of the California
Highway Patrol, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . .  7,361,000 
 7,718,000 

Schedule:

(1) 50.15.115-Willows: Building Alterations--Construction  . . .
1,299,000

(2) 50.16.106-Williams: Replacement Facility--Acquisition and
preliminary plans  . . .  786,000 
 818,000 

(3) 50.20.200-South Sacramento: Building Alterations--Construc-tion
. . . 1,459,000

(4) 50.21.207-South Lake Tahoe: New Facility--Working drawings
and construction   . . . 2,372,000 

(4.5) 50.42.402-Bakersfield Acquisition  . . . 325,000 

(5) 50.69.609-El Cajon: Building Alterations--Construction  . . .
1,020,000

(6) 50.73.703-Monterey: New Facility--Working drawings   . . .
305,000

(7) 50.90.900-Statewide: Property options and appraisals  . . .
20,000

(8) 50.90.901-Statewide: Studies, preplanning and budget packages  .

. . 100,000

2740-001-0001--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for
payment to Item 2740-001-0044  . . . 60,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the Anatomical Donor
Designation Program.

2740-001-0042--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for
payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund  . . .  39,030,000

 39,957,000 

2740-001-0044--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles,
payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. .  330,020,000 
 334,456,000 

Schedule:

(a) 11-Vehicle/Vessel Identification and Compliance  . . . 
353,840,000 
 362,130,000 

(b) 22-Driver Licensing and Personal Identification  . . . 
163,172,000 
 164,907,000 

(c) 25-Driver Safety  . . .  80,388,000 
 81,174,000 

(d) 32-Occupational Licensing and Investigative Services  . . .

33,719,000 
 34,060,000 

(e) 35-New Motor Vehicle Board  . . . 1,606,000

(f) 41.01-Administration  . . .  75,673,000 
 76,708,000 

(g) 41.02-Distributed Administration  . . .  -75,673,000

 -76,708,000 

(h) Reimbursements  . . . -11,549,000

(i) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 2740-001-0001)  . . .

-60,000

(j) Amount payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 2740-0010042)  . . .  -39,030,000

 -39,957,000 

(k) Amount payable from the New Motor Vehicle Board Account
(Item 2740-001-0054)  . . . -1,606,000

(l) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account,
Transportation Tax Fund (Item 2740-001-0064)  . . . 
-246,016,000 
 -251,805,000 

(m) Amount payable from Motor Carriers Permit Fund (Item
2740-001-0292)  . . . -2,658,000

(n) Amount payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
(Item 2740-001-0516)  . . . -1,786,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $985,000 shall be
available for Department of Motor Vehicles' (DMV) Enterprise
Systems Alternative Procurement no sooner than 30 days after the
Legislature receives from the Department of Information Technology
(DOIT) a report that thoroughly evaluates DMV's efforts to replace
its
occupational licensing, vehicle registration, and driver license
database systems. The report shall (a) explain the major factors
determined by DOIT to have contributed to DMV's delays in replacing
those systems to date, (b) estimate the likely costs and time that
will
be required for DMV to complete the Enterprise Systems Alternative
Procurement, (c) identify all significant risks that DOIT believes
DMV may encounter in pursuing its latest strategy to replace its
systems, and (d) recommend ways that the Legislature and the
executive branch of state government can help ensure DMV's success
in completing its replacement effort. 

2740-001-0054--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for
payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the New Motor
Vehicle Board Account  . . . 1,606,000

2740-001-0064--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for
payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the Motor Vehicle
License Fee Account, Transportation Tax Fund  . . . 
246,016,000

 251,805,000 

2740-001-0292--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for
payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the Motor Carriers
Permit Fund   . . . 2,658,000

2740-001-0516--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for
payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the Harbors and
Watercraft Revolving Fund  . . . 1,786,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for undocumented vessel
registration and fee collection.

2740-011-0044--For payment of deficiencies in appropriations for the
Department of Motor Vehicles which may be authorized by the
Director of Finance,  payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . . (1,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance shall report allocations from this
appropriation in the same manner as required for reporting
allocations
from Item 9840-001-0494 of this act.

2740-301-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Motor Vehicles,
for payment to Item 2720-301-0044, payable from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 1,132,000

2740-301-0044--For capital outlay, Department of Motor Vehicles,
payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. . 9,751,000

Schedule:

(a) 71.03.018-Sacramento Headquarters: 1st Floor Asbestos Removal
and Seismic Retrofit--Working drawings and construction   . . .
15,508,000

(b) 71.22.010-Statewide: Studies, Preplanning and Budget Packages  .

. . 100,000

(c) 71.43.010-Stockton: Field Office Replacement--Acquisition and
preliminary plans  . . . 511,000

(d) 71.46.010-San Ysidro: Field Office Relocation--Acquisition and
preliminary plans  . . . 1,954,000

(e) Amount payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 2740-301-0042)  . . . -1,132,000

(f) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account,
Transportation Tax Fund (Item 2740-301-0064)  . . . -7,190,000

2740-301-0064--For capital outlay, Department of Motor Vehicles,
for payment to Item 2740-301-0044, payable from the Motor Vehicle
License Fee Account, Transportation Tax Fund  . . . 7,190,000

2780-001-0683--For support of Stephen P. Teale Data Center,
payable from the Stephen P. Teale Data Center Revolving Fund  . . .
 89,068,000 
 89,212,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the Stephen P. Teale Data
Center in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days
after notification in writing of the necessity therefor is provided
to the
chairpersons of the fiscal committees in each house of the
Legislature
and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not

sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or

his or her designee, may in each instance determine.

2. Expenditure authority provided in this item to support data center

infrastructure projects may not be utilized for items outside the
approved project scope. In addition, the data center shall report to
the
Department of Finance actual expenditures associated with the
projects when purchase agreements have been executed.

                              TRADE AND COMMERCE

2920-001-0001--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency  . . .
 28,343,000 
 29,068,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Economic Development  . . .  12,479,000 
 12,700,000 

(b) 20-International Trade and Investment  . . .  4,941,000

 5,139,000 

(c) 25-Marketing and Communications  . . .  1,243,000

 1,290,000 

(d) 30-Tourism  . . .  8,071,000 
 8,211,000 

(e) 40-Contracts, Grants, and Loans  . . .  1,185,000

 1,246,000 

(f) 60-Economic Research and Strategic Initiatives  . . . 
1,867,000 
 1,933,000 

(g) 70.01-Administration  . . .  4,858,000 
 5,224,000 

(h) 70.02-Distributed Administration  . . .  -4,858,000

 -5,224,000 

(i) Reimbursements  . . .  -1,443,000 
 -1,451,000 

2920-001-0123--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10, payable from the Rural Economic Development Fund  . .
.  152,000 
 155,000 

2920-001-0145--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
payable from the Commerce Marketing Fund  . . . 106,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Economic Development  . . . 26,000

(b) 30-Tourism  . . . 80,000

2920-001-0218--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10, payable from the Rural Development Fund  . . . 30,000

2920-001-0440--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
payable from the Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Financing
Account  . . .  818,000 
 828,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Economic Development  . . .  654,000 
 658,000 

(b) 40-Contracts, Grants and Loans  . . .  164,000 
 170,000 

2920-001-0649--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
payable from the California Infrastructure and Economic Development
Bank Fund  . . .  2,433,000 
 2,530,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Economic Development  . . .  2,345,000 
 2,439,000 

(b) 40-Contracts, Grants and Loans  . . .  88,000 
 91,000 

2920-001-0801--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10--Economic Development, payable from the California
Small Business Development Center Fund  . . . 246,000

2920-001-0890--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10--Economic Development, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  950,000 
 1,120,000 

2920-002-0393--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
payable from the Job Creation Investment Fund  . . . 257,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Economic Development  . . . 205,000

(b) 40-Contracts, Grants, and Loans  . . . 52,000

(c) 70.01-Administration  . . . 18,000

(d) 70.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -18,000

2920-011-0001--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency  . . .
 4,692,000 
 10,692,000 

Schedule:

(a) For transfer to the Small Business Expansion Fund (0918)  . . .
 4,662,000 
 10,692,000 

(b) For transfer to the Rural Development Fund (0218)  . . . 30,000

2920-012-0001--For support of Trade and Commerce Agency,
Foreign Trade Offices  . . . 6,544,000

Schedule:

(a) Foreign Trade Offices  . . . 4,877,000

(1) Africa  . . . 410,000

(2) Germany  . . . 560,000

(3) Hong Kong  . . . 835,000

(4) Japan  . . . 1,046,000

(5) London  . . . 520,000

(6) Mexico City  . . . 1,178,000

(7) Taiwan  . . . 328,000

(b) Contract Foreign Trade Offices  . . . 1,667,000

(1) Calgary  . . . 149,000

(2) Korea  . . . 271,000

(3) Philippines  . . . 160,000

(4) Shanghai  . . . 285,000

(5) India  . . . 297,000

(6) Singapore  . . . 200,000

(7) Buenos Aires  . . . 305,000

2920-101-0001--For local assistance, Trade and Commerce Agency  .
. .  42,113,000 
 44,632,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.09-Economic Development (Office of Military Base Retention)
. . . 400,000

(b) 10.30-Economic Development (Strategic Technology Program)  . .
.  26,598,000 
 28,798,000 

(c) 10.40-Economic Development (Defense Adjustment Projects)  . . .
13,000,000

(d) 10.50-Economic Development (Small Business Development
Centers)  . . .  2,115,000 
 2,434,000 

2920-101-0440--For local assistance, Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10--Economic Development, payable from the Petroleum
Underground Storage Tank Financing Account  . . . 5,000,000

2920-101-0801--For local assistance, Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10--Economic Development, payable from the California
Small Business Development Center Fund  . . . 1,000,000

2920-101-0890--For local assistance, Trade and Commerce Agency,
Program 10--Economic Development, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  6,814,000 
 8,109,000

2920-111-0001--For transfer from the General Fund to the Film
California First Fund (3005)  . . . 15,000,000 

                              RESOURCES

3110-001-0001--For support of Special Resources Program, Program
30--Sea Grant Program, for grants to public and private higher
education for use as a maximum of two-thirds of the local matching
share for projects under the National Sea Grant College Program Act,
as amended  . . . 1,000,000

3110-001-0140--For support of Special Resources Program, Program
30--Sea Grant Program, for a grant to the University of California
for
support of the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 102,000

3110-101-0001--For local assistance, Special Resources Program,
Program 10--Tahoe Regional Planning Agency  . . . 2,527,000

3110-101-0140--For local assistance, Special Resources Program,
Program 10--Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 167,000

3110-101-0516--For local assistance, Special Resources Program,
Program 10--Tahoe Regional Planning Agency payable from the
Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund  . . . 124,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds in this item
shall
be expended to implement motorized watercraft regulations adopted
by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.

3125-001-0001--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy  . . .
3,744,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Tahoe Conservancy  . . .  4,022,000 
 4,149,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -33,000 

(bx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item
3125-001-0005)  . . . -127,000 

(c) Amount payable from Habitat Conservation Fund (Item
3125-001-0262)  . . . -17,000

(d) Amount payable from the Lake Tahoe Conservancy Account (Item
3125-001-0286)  . . . -56,000

(e) Amount payable from the Tahoe Conservancy Fund (Item
3125-001-0568)  . . . -172,000 

3125-001-0005--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3125-001-0001, payable from the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . .

. 127,000 

3125-001-0262--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3125-001-0001, payable from the Habitat
Conservation Fund  . . . 17,000

3125-001-0286--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3125-001-0001, payable from the Lake Tahoe
Conservancy Account  . . . 56,000

3125-001-0568--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3125-001-0001, payable from the Tahoe
Conservancy Fund  . . . 172,000

Provisions:

1. Of this amount, pursuant to Section 66908.3 of the Government
Code, the Conservancy shall pay $40,200 to the County of Placer, and
$2,800 to the County of El Dorado.

2. Fifty percent (50%) of the amounts pursuant to Provision 1 above
shall be used by the Counties of Placer and El Dorado for soil
erosion
control projects in the Lake Tahoe region, as defined in Section
66905.5 of the Government Code.

3125-101-0001--For local assistance, California Tahoe Conservancy,
Program 10--Tahoe Conservancy, for soil erosion control grants  . . .

2,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this appropriation
shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2003.

3125-101-0140--For local assistance, California Tahoe Conservancy,
Program 10--Tahoe Conservancy, for soil erosion control grants,
payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . .
1,163,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this appropriation
shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2003.

3125-301-0001--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy  . .

.  4,885,000 
 6,085,000 

Schedule:

(1) 50.30.002-Land acquisition and site improvements--public access
and recreation pursuant to Title 7.42 (commencing with Section
66905) of the Government Code  . . .  2,159,000 
 3,359,000 

(2) 50.30.004-Land acquisition and site improvements--stream
environment zones and watershed restorations pursuant to Title 7.42
(commencing with Section 66905) of the Government Code  . . .
494,000

(3) 50.30.005-Land acquisition pursuant to Section 66907 of the
Government Code  . . . 2,476,000

(4) Reimbursements  . . . -244,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or interests with funds
appropriated  by    in   this item is not
subject to the
Property Acquisition Law when the value is $250,000 or less, and,
therefore, is not subject to approval by the State Public Works
Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or for local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.
Expenditures of funds for grants to public agencies and grants to
nonprofit organizations, as authorized by subdivision (a) of Section
66907.7 of the Government Code, are exempt from review by the
State Public Works Board. 

3125-301-0005--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy,
payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 6,354,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.30.008-Land acquisition and site improvements--Upper
Truckee River Watershed pursuant to Title  7.42 (commencing with
Section 6905) of the Government Code  . . . 6,354,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or interests with funds
appropriated in this item is not subject to the Property Acquisition
Law when the value is $250,000 or less, and, therefore, is not
subject
to approval by the State Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or for local assistance. Expenditures of funds for

grants to public agencies and grants to nonprofit organizations, as
authorized by subdivision (a) of Section 66907.7 of the Government
Code, are exempt from review by the State Public Works Board. 

3125-301-0140--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy,
payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . .
3,675,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.30.003-Acquisition, restoration, and enhancement of habitat  .
.
. 872,000

(2) 50.30.004-Land acquisition and site improvements--stream
environment zone and watershed restoration  . . . 2,803,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or interests with funds
appropriated in this item is not subject to the Property Acquisition
Law when the value is less than $250,000 and, therefore, is not
subject to Public Works Board approval.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or for local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.
Expenditures of funds for grants to public agencies and grants to
nonprofit organizations, as authorized by subdivision (a) of Section
66907.7 of the Government Code, are exempt from Public Works
Board review.

3125-301-0262--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy,
payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund  . . . 483,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.30.003-Acquisition, restoration, and enhancement of habitat  .
.
. 483,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or interests with funds
appropriated by this item is not subject to the Property Acquisition
Law when the value is less than $250,000 and, therefore, is not
subject to Public Works Board approval.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or for local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.
Expenditures of funds for grants to public agencies and grants to
nonprofit organizations, as authorized by subdivision (a) of Section
66907.7 of the Government Code, are exempt from Public Works
Board review.

3125-301-0286--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy,
payable from the Lake Tahoe Conservancy Account  . . . 713,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.30.002-Land acquisition and site improvements--Public access
and recreation pursuant to Title 7.42 (commencing with Section
66905) of the Government Code  . . . 356,000

(2) 50.30.004-Land acquisition and site improvements--Stream
environment zones and watershed restorations pursuant to Title 7.42
(commencing with Section 66905) of the Government Code  . . .
357,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or interests with funds
appropriated in this item is not subject to the Property Acquisition
Law when the value is $250,000 or less, and, therefore, is not
subject
to Public Works Board approval.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or for local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.
Expenditures of funds for grants to public agencies and grants to
nonprofit organizations, as authorized by subdivision (a) of Section
66907.7 of the Government Code, are exempt from Public Works
Board review. 

3125-301-0383--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy,
payable from the Natural Resources Infrastructure Fund  . . .
1,200,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.30.004-Land acquisition and site improvements--Stream
environment zones and watershed restorations pursuant to Title 7.42
(commencing with Section 66905) of the Government Code  . . .
1,200,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or interests with funds
appropriated by this item is not subject to the Property Acquisition
Law when the value is $250,000 or less, and, therefore, is not
subject
to approval by the State Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or for local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.
Expenditures of funds for grants to public agencies and grants to
nonprofit organizations, as authorized by subdivision (a) of Section
66907.7 of the Government Code, are exempt from review by the
State Public Works Board. 

3340-001-0001--For support of California Conservation Corps  . . .
 34,584,000 
 40,871,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Training and Work Program  . . .  41,869,000 

 48,744,000 

(b) 10.55-Administration  . . . (8,027,000)

(c) 10.55-Distributed Administration  . . . (-8,027,000) 

(cx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item 3340-001-0005)  .
. . -588,000 

(d) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3340-001-0140)  . . . -306,000

(e) Amount payable from the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 3340-001-0235)  . . . -258,000

(f) Amount payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account
(Item 3340-001-0465)  . . . -6,225,000

(g) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3340-0010890)  . . . -496,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 14316 of the Public Resources Code, the
Department of Finance may make a loan from the General Fund to the
California Conservation Corps for the purposes of this item, in the
amount of 25 percent of the reimbursements anticipated in the
Collins-Dugan Reimbursement Account to be received by the
California Conservation Corps from each client agency, not to exceed
an aggregate total of $6,909,000, to meet cash-flow needs due to
delays in collecting reimbursements. Any loan made by the
Department of Finance pursuant to this provision shall only be made
if
the California Conservation Corps has a valid contract or
certification
signed by the client agency, which demonstrates that sufficient funds

will be available to repay the loan. All money so transferred shall
be
repaid to the General Fund as soon as possible, but not later than
one
year from the date of the loan. On and after a date 90 days after the

end of that year, the Department of Finance shall charge interest to
the
California Conservation Corps, at the rate earned in the Pooled
Money Investment Fund, on any portion of the loan that has not been
repaid.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,725,000 shall be
available for use by the California Conservation Corps to respond to
natural disasters and other emergencies, including the fighting of
forest fires. The Director of Finance may adjust this amount to the
extent indicated by corrections identified by the director in the
reports
of the past expenditures of the California Conservation Corps upon
which the amounts appropriated by this item are based. The Director
of Finance shall notify the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget
Committee at least 30 days prior to making that adjustment.

3. To the extent that funds in excess of the amount identified in
Provision 2 are necessary in order for the California Conservation
Corps to respond to one or more emergencies declared by the
Governor, the Department of Finance shall transfer, from the funds
available pursuant to Section 8690.6 of the Government Code, an
amount not to exceed $1,500,000 as necessary to fund that response.
If, after the Department of Finance has transferred funds pursuant to

this provision, the California Conservation Corps receives
reimbursements or other amounts in payment of its costs of response
to one or more declared emergencies, those amounts shall be
deposited in the General Fund. 

3340-001-0005--For support of California Conservation Corps, for
payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . .

. 588,000 

3340-001-0140--For support of California Conservation Corps, for
payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 306,000

3340-001-0235--For support of California Conservation Corps, for
payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the Public Resources
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 258,000

3340-001-0465--For support of California Conservation Corps, for
payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the Energy Resources
Programs Account, General Fund  . . . 6,225,000

3340-001-0853--For support of California Conservation Corps,
payable from Petroleum Violation Escrow Account  . . . 9,737,000

3340-001-0890--For support of California Conservation Corps, for
payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 496,000 

3340-101-0005--For local assistance, California Conservation Corps,
payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 2,412,000 

3340-301-0001--For capital outlay, California Conservation Corps  .
. .  1,181,000 
 1,335,000 

Schedule:

(1) 20.10.145-Camarillo Satellite
Relocation/Construction--Preliminary plans  . . .  237,000

 526,000  

(2) 20.10.150-Delta Service District
Relocation/Construction--Preliminary plans  . . . 242,000 

(3) 20.10.160-Napa Nursery Office/Classroom Building--Preliminary
plans  . . .  81,000 
 35,000  

(4) 20.10.170-Tahoe Vehicle Storage, Classroom, Warehouse
Building--Preliminary plans  . . . 151,000  

(4.5) 20.10.120--Elkhorn Slough Facility: Replace Kitchen
Facilities--Construction  . . . 100,000

(4.6) 20.10.150--Delta Service District
Relocation/Construction-Study  . . . 204,000 

(5) 20.10.140-Minor Capital Outlay  . . . 470,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (4.6) of this item, $100,000

shall be used for the Department of General Services to represent the

California Conservation Corps in site search/study negotiations for
the Delta Service District needs with the Multi-Campus Regional
Center at the California State University at Stanislaus, Stockton.

3340-496--Reversion, California Conservation Corps. The
unencumbered balance, as of June 30, 2000, of the appropriation
provided for in the following citation shall revert to the General
Fund:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 3340-301-0001 (1), Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats.
1997)  . . . 87,000

3360-001-0001--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465  . . .
6,950,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item shall be used by the Energy
Resources Conservation and Development Commission, with
assistance from relevant state agencies and departments, to conduct a

study of biomass for conversion into ethanol, which shall include,
but
not be limited to, all of the following:

(a) The economic costs and benefits associated with the development
of a biomass-based ethanol production industry in California.

(b) The impact of consumer fuel costs from an in-state ethanol
production industry.

(c) The impact on consumer fuel costs from imports of ethanol from
other states.

(d) The impact on rice straw burning in California.

(e) Recommendations on future steps California should consider with
regard to renewable fuel production and use in the state. 

3360-001-0044--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund  .

. . 120,000

3360-001-0314--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Diesel Emission Reduction Fund  . . . 417,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, funds

appropriated in this item shall be available for expenditure during
the
2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30, 2006.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be used by the Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission to provide grants, loans, or repayable
research contracts. When the commission evaluates proposals, a
high-point scoring method may be used in lieu of lowest cost.
Repayment terms shall be determined by the commission.

3360-001-0381--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Public Interest Research, Development and
Demonstration Fund  . . . 69,491,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, funds

appropriated in this item shall be available for expenditure during
the
2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the Government Code, funds
appropriated by this item shall be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30, 2006.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be used by the Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission to provide grants, loans, or repayable
research contracts. When the commission evaluates proposals, a
high-point scoring method may be used in lieu of lowest cost.
Repayment terms shall be determined by the commission.

3360-001-0382--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from Renewable Resource Trust Fund  . . . 2,778,000

3360-001-0465--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, payable from the Energy Resources
Programs Account   . . .  35,330,000 
 40,173,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Regulatory and Planning  . . .  25,006,000 
 29,849,000 

(b) 20-Energy Resources Conservation  . . . 10,433,000

(c) 30-Development  . . .  100,748,000 
 107,698,000 

(d) 40.01-Policy, Management and Administration  . . . 9,690,000

(e) 40.02-Distributed Policy, Management and Administration  . . .
-9,690,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -4,486,000 

(fx) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 3360-001-0001)  . .
. -6,950,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 3360-001-0044)  . . . -120,000

(h) Amount payable from the Diesel Emission Reduction Fund (Item
3360-001-0314)  . . . -417,000

(i) Amount payable from the Public Interest Research, Development
and Demonstration Fund (Item 3360-001-0381)  . . . -69,491,000

(j) Amount payable from the Renewable Resource Trust Fund (Item
3360-001-0382)  . . . -2,778,000

(k) Amount payable from the Energy Technologies Research
Development and Demonstration Account (Item 3360-001-0479)  . . .
-724,000

(l) Amount payable from the Local Government Geothermal
Resources Revolving Subaccount, GRDA (Item 3360-001-0497)  . . .
-267,000

(m) Amount payable from the Petroleum Violation Escrow Account
(Item 3360-001-0853)  . . . -13,394,000

(n) Amount payable from the Katz Schoolbus Fund (Item
3360-001-0854)  . . . -223,000

(o) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3360-001-0890)  . . . -8,957,000

3360-001-0479--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Energy Technologies Research, Development and
Demonstration Account for the purpose of funding loans, grants and
contracts to provide a variety of research projects  . . . 724,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, funds

appropriated in this item shall be available for expenditure during
the
2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30, 2004.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be used by the Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission to provide grants, loans, or repayable
research contracts. When the commission evaluates proposals, a
high-point scoring method may be used in lieu of lowest cost.
Repayment terms shall be determined by the commission.

3360-001-0497--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Local Government Geothermal Resources Revolving
Subaccount, GRDA  . . . 267,000

3360-001-0853--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from Petroleum Violation Escrow Account  . . . 13,394,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, funds

appropriated in this item shall be available for expenditure during
the
2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30, 2004.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be used by the Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission to provide grants, loans, or repayable
research contracts. When the commission evaluates proposals, a
high-point scoring method may be used in lieu of lowest cost.
Repayment terms shall be determined by the commission.

4. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 shall be used
to assist public agencies to establish an infrastructure for
dispensing
low-polluting motor vehicle fuels.

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 shall be used
to provide incentives for the lease or purchase of vehicles that are
powered by advanced technologies such as hybrid electric and fuel
cell vehicles.

6. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be used
for
a comprehensive study of the commercial fueling issues associated
with hydrogen as a fuel cell vehicle fuel.

3360-001-0854--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Katz Schoolbus Fund created by Section 17911 of
the Education Code  . . . 223,000

3360-001-0890--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-0465,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 8,957,000

3360-101-0497--For local assistance, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission, pursuant to Section
3822 of the Public Resources Code, payable from the Local
Government Geothermal Resources Revolving Subaccount, GRDA  . .
.  1,300,000 
 700,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30-Development  . . .  1,300,000 
 700,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, funds

appropriated in this item shall be  available for expenditure during
the
2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30, 2004.

3360-491--Extension of liquidation period, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission. Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, funds appropriated in the following citations

shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2002:

0465--Energy Resources Programs Account:

(1) Item 3360-001-0465, Budget Act of 1997  (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997).

0853--Petroleum Violation Escrow Account:

(1) Ch. 980, Stats. 1995:

(3) The sum of $500,000 to the City of Chula Vista for hydrogen fuel
cell demonstration.

(15) The sum of $400,000 to the Asian Art Museum for HVAC
replacement.

3360-492--Extension of liquidation period, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission. Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, funds appropriated in the following citations

shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2003:

0853--Petroleum Violation Escrow Account:

(1) Ch. 980, Stats. 1995:

(4) The sum of $100,000 to provide technical assistance for the Farm
Energy Loan Program.

3360-493--Extension of liquidation period, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission. Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, funds appropriated in the following citations

shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2005:

0381--Public Interest Energy Research Account:

(1) Item 3360-001-0381, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999).

3460-001-0001--For support of Colorado River Board of California
. . . 223,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Protection of California's Colorado River Rights and Interests

. . . 1,121,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -880,000

(c) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3460-001-0140)  . . . -18,000

3460-001-0140--For support of Colorado River Board of California,
for payment to Item 3460-001-0001, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 18,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the Salinity Control
Forum.

3480-001-0001--For support of Department of Conservation  . . .
22,529,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Geologic Hazards and Mineral Resources Conservation  . . .
27,042,000

(b) 20-Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources  . . . 12,549,000

(c) 30-Land Resource Protection  . . .  2,818,000 
 3,820,000 

(d) 40.01-Administration  . . . 9,193,000

(e) 40.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -9,193,000

(f) 50-Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Program  .
. . 29,258,000

(g) Reimbursements  . . . -8,329,000 

(gx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item
3480-001-0005)  . . . -502,000 

(h) Amount payable from the Surface Mining and Reclamation
Account (Item 3480-001-0035)  . . . -2,050,000

(i) Amount payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 3480-001-0042)  . . . -12,000

(j) Amount payable from the California Beverage Container Recycling
Fund (Item 3480-001-0133)  . . . -29,183,000

(k) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3480-001-0140)  . . . -56,000

(l) Amount payable from the Soil Conservation Fund (Item
3480-001-0141)  . . . -1,095,000

(m) Amount payable from Hazardous and Idle-Deserted Well
Abatement Fund (Section 3206, Public Resources Code)  . . . -80,000

(n) Amount payable from Mine Reclamation Account (Item
3480-001-0336)  . . . -1,424,000

(o) Amount payable from Seismic Hazards Identification Fund (Item
3480-001-0338)  . . . -1,936,000

(p) Amount payable from the Strong Motion Instrumentation Special
Fund (Item 3480-001-0398)  . . . -3,318,000

(q) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3480-001-0890)  . . . -1,655,000 

(r) Amount payable from the Agriculture and Open Space Mapping
Subaccount (Item 3480-001-6004)  . . . -500,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon approval and
order of the Department of Finance, the Department of Conservation
may borrow sufficient funds, from special funds that otherwise
provide support for the department, to meet cash- flow needs due to
delays in collecting reimbursements. Any loan made by the
Department of Finance pursuant to this provision may be made only if
the Department of Conservation has a valid contract or certification
signed by the client agency, which demonstrates that sufficient funds

will be available to repay the loan. All money so transferred shall
be
repaid to the special fund as soon as possible, but not later than
one
year from the date of the loan.

 2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $160,000 shall be
available only for expenses directly connected with the convening of
a
task force by the Department of Conservation to evaluate the Cache
Creek Resource Management Plan. Consistent with the provisions of
Chapter 869 of the Statutes of 1999, this amount shall not be
expended, and the task force shall not be convened, unless and until
the State Mining and Geology Board approves the County of Yolo
implementing ordinance governing in-channel noncommercial
extraction activities.

3. Of the $153,000 appropriated in this item for support of the
Abandoned Mine Inventory, no funds shall be expended on or after
January 1, 2001, unless and until a statute is enacted authorizing
the
Department of Conservation to remediate, and complete reclamation
of, surface mines operated since January 1, 1976, that have been
illegally abandoned and that pose a threat to public health and
safety
or the environment, but for which no reclamation plan is in effect
and
for which no financial assurances exist.

4. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item,
$2,661,000
shall be for support of the North Coast Watershed Assessment. These
funds may not be expended unless Assembly Bill 717 of the
1999-2000 Regular Session or another statute is enacted, and the
Secretary for Resources certifies in writing to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee that the legislation contains, at a minimum, all of
the following:

(a) Interim prescriptions applicable to commercial timber harvesting
and related road building activities that are protective of habitat
for
coho salmon and steelhead trout listed by the National Marine
Fisheries Service pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act of
1973 (16 U.S.C. Sec. 1531 et seq.).

(b) Provisions requiring that any watershed assessment that is
prepared by the state or any private party to formulate any timber
harvesting prescriptions that would be used in lieu of paragraph (a),

will include an opportunity for public review and comment, and be
conducted using a methodology that does all of the following:

(i) Has been subject to public review, and has been peer reviewed
and certified as appropriate for use in California by an independent
team of qualified and independent scientists.

(ii) Includes procedures for identifying limiting factors, including
habitat goals and objectives within each watershed.

(iii) Will produce recommendations for land use prescriptions and
mitigation measures necessary to protect salmonids.

(c) Incentives that assist landowners in accomplishing the goals of
salmon protection.

3480-001-0005--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . .

. 502,000 

3480-001-0035--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Surface Mining and
Reclamation Account   . . . 2,050,000

3480-001-0042--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 12,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the state's share of
costs
of the California Institute of Technology seismograph network.

3480-001-0133--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the California
Beverage Container Recycling Fund  . . . 29,183,000

3480-001-0140--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 56,000

3480-001-0141--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Soil Conservation
Fund  . . . 1,095,000

3480-001-0336--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Mine Reclamation
Account  . . . 1,424,000

3480-001-0338--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Seismic Hazards
Identification Fund  . . . 1,936,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Finance may authorize expenditures from the Seismic Hazard
Identification Fund in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner
than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity is
provided
to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of
the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his designee, may in

each instance determine. When exercising this provision, the
department must maintain a minimum 10-percent reserve balance in
the Seismic Hazards Identification Fund at all times and not exceed a

total program expenditure level of $2,300,000. This provision may
also be used to reduce expenditures below the amount appropriated
by this item should revenues be unable to maintain an adequate
balance.

3480-001-0398--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Strong Motion
Instrumentation Special Fund  . . . 3,318,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Finance may authorize expenditures from the Strong Motion
Instrumentation Special Fund in excess of the amount appropriated not

sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity is

provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner
than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his
designee, may in each instance determine. When exercising this
provision, the department must maintain a minimum 10-percent
reserve balance in the Strong Motion Instrumentation Special Fund at
all times and not exceed a total program expenditure level of
$5,000,000. This provision may also be used to reduce expenditures
below the amount appropriated by this item should revenues be unable
to maintain an adequate balance.

3480-001-0890--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 1,655,000 

3480-001-6004--For support of Department of Conservation, for
payment to Item 3480-001-0001, payable from the Agriculture and
Open Space Mapping Subaccount  . . . 500,000 

3480-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Conservation  . .

. 3,616,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,496,000 shall be used
for
the California Farmland Conservency Program.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this appropriation
shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2003.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, when the Department
of Conservation evaluates proposals, priority shall be given to
projects with matching funds. 

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,120,000 shall be used
for
Resource Conservation District grants.

(a) Priority for the grants shall be given to those grant
applications
that clearly demonstrate a need for a position that will assist in
the
mission of the district. The positions shall include, but not be
limited
to, watershed coordinators.

(b) The funds shall be available for expenditure in both the 2000-01
and 2001-02 fiscal years.

(c) The Department of Conservation shall develop, adopt, and apply
criteria for the evaluation of grant applications and the awarding of

grants to districts. Those criteria shall include, but not be limited
to,
accountability measures, performance standards, and reporting
requirements for grantees.

(d) None of the funds may be encumbered or expended prior to 30
days after the date the department provides written notice to the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee of the
department's adoption of the criteria described in paragraph (c). The

notice shall include, but not be limited to, the adopted criteria and
a
proposed schedule for the awarding of the grants. 

3480-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Conservation,
for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 0

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.113.175-Mineral resources policies (Ch. 1131, Stats. 1975)
. . . 0

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, the mandate
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision
are
specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Mineral resources policies (Ch. 1131, Stats. 1975)

3540-001-0001--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection  . . .  324,344,000 
 336,914,000 

Schedule:

(a) 100000-Personal services  . . .  338,628,000 
 343,042,000 

(b) 300000-Operating expenses and equipment  . . . 
195,123,000

 203,441,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -119,064,000

(e) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 3540-006-0001)  . . .

-55,000,000

(f) Less funding provided by capital outlay  . . . -2,490,000 

(fx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item 3540-001-0005)  .
. . -162,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Unified Program Account (Item
3540-001-0028)  . . .     -246,000

(h) Amount payable from the State Fire Marshal Licensing and
Certification Fund (Item 3540-001-0102)  . . . -1,838,000

(i) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3540-001-0140)  . . . -490,000

(j) Amount payable from the California Fire and Arson Training Fund
(Item 3540-001-0198)  . . . -1,422,000

(k) Amount payable from the Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety Fund
(Item 3540-001-0209)  . . . -2,223,000

(l) Amount payable from the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 3540-001-0235)  . . . -345,000

(m) Amount payable from the Professional Forester Registration Fund
(Item 3540-001-0300)  . . . -172,000

(n) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3540-0010890)  . . . -9,138,000

(o) Amount payable from the Forest Resources Improvement Fund
(Item 3540-001-0928)  . . . -16,953,000

(p) Amount payable from the Timber Tax Fund (Item 3540-001-0965)
. . . -26,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Finance may authorize the temporary or permanent redirection of
funds from this item for purposes of emergency fire suppression  and
detection costs and related emergency revegetation costs.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection is authorized to collect up to $300,000
in
reimbursements from nursery sale receipts for State Nursery
operations.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection shall remit as General Fund revenue any
nursery sale receipts collected during the period July 1, 2000  ,

  through June 30, 2001    to June 30,
2001,
inclusive,   in excess of the amount needed to reimburse the
costs
of operating the State Nursery. 

3540-001-0005--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection
Bond Fund  . . . 162,000 

3540-001-0028--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Unified Program Account  . . . 246,000

3540-001-0102--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
State Fire Marshal Licensing and Certification Fund  . . . 1,838,000

3540-001-0140--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 490,000

3540-001-0198--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
California Fire and Arson Training Fund  . . . 1,422,000

3540-001-0209--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety Fund  . . . 2,223,000

3540-001-0235--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Public Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax
Fund  . . . 345,000

3540-001-0300--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Professional Forester Registration Fund  . . . 172,000

3540-001-0890--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 9,138,000

3540-001-0928--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Forest Resources Improvement Fund  . . . 16,953,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, $1,201,000 of the
amount appropriated in this item shall be available for forest
wildlife
habitat assessment, biodiversity, forest and rangeland and  research,

and forest and range resources assessment programs.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, up to $389,000 shall be
used to provide crews from the California Conservation Corps or the
Department of Corrections, or both, to the state nurseries if
dedicated
crews can be made available. 

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,279,000 shall be for
support of the North Coast Watershed Assessment. These funds may
not be expended unless Assembly Bill 717 of the 1999-2000 Regular
Session or another statute is enacted, and the Secretary for
Resources
certifies in writing to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee that
the
legislation contains, at a minimum, all of the following:

(a) Interim prescriptions applicable to commercial timber harvesting
and related road building activities that are protective of habitat
for
coho salmon and steelhead trout listed by the National Marine
Fisheries Service pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act of
1973 (16 U.S.C. Sec. 1531 et seq.).

(b) Provisions requiring that any watershed assessment that is
prepared by the state or any private party to formulate any timber
harvesting prescriptions that would be used in lieu of paragraph (a),

will include an opportunity for public review and comment, and be
conducted using a methodology that does all of the following:

(i) Has been subject to public review, and has been peer reviewed
and certified as appropriate for use in California by an independent
team of qualified and independent scientists.

(ii) Includes procedures for identifying limiting factors, including
habitat goals and objectives within each watershed.

(iii) Will produce recommendations for land use prescriptions and
mitigation measures necessary to protect salmonids.

(c) Incentives that assist landowners in accomplishing the goals of
salmon protection. 

3540-001-0965--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Timber Tax Fund  . . . 26,000

3540-003-0001--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for lease-revenue bonds  . . .  188,000 

 1,099,000 

Schedule:

(a) Base rental and fees  . . .  128,000 
 1,093,000 

(b) Insurance  . . .  60,000 
 6,000 

3540-006-0001--For support of Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection, for payment to Item 3540-001-0001  . . . 55,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for
emergency fire suppression and detection costs and related emergency
revegetation costs and may be used for these purposes to reimburse
                                                              the
main support appropriation (Item 3540-001-0001) only upon
approval by the Department of Finance.

2. The Director of Forestry and Fire Protection shall furnish
quarterly
reports on expenditures for emergency fire suppression activities to
the Director of Finance, as well as to the chairperson of the
committee
of each house of the Legislature  that considers appropriations and
to
the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

3540-011-0928--For transfer by the Controller from the Forest
Resources Improvement Fund to the General Fund, no more than the
amount of nursery sale receipts collected during the period July 1,
2000, through June 30, 2001, for the actual costs of State Nursery
operations.  . . . (300,000) 

3540-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Forestry and
Fire Protection  . . . 800,000

Schedule:

1. Grants  . . . 800,000

(1) Coffee Creek Volunteer Fire Company: Fire Hall Construction  . .

. (50,000)

(2) East County Fire Protection District: Fire Rescue Equipment  . .
.
(500,000)

(3) Walnut Grove: Fire Truck  . . . (250,000)

3540-101-0005--For local assistance, Department of Forestry and
Fire Protection, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 1,255,000


3540-101-0928--For local assistance, Department of Forestry and
Fire Protection, payable from the Forest Resources Improvement Fund
. . . 2,000,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are available for the "Trees for
the
Millennium" matching grant program for urban tree planting and
maintenance projects. Funds made available through this program
shall be matched by recipients at a minimum dollar-for-dollar from
nonstate sources. Funding may be used for grants to local agencies
and
private nonprofit entities or as a direct state expenditure, provided

that the nonstate match requirement is met.

2. No funds appropriated in this item shall be used for the
department's administrative costs.

3540-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection  . . .  62,420,000 
20,044,000 

Schedule: 

(1) 30.10.015-Ukiah Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Construction  . . . 1,886,000

(2) 30.10.030-Bridgeville Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Construction   . . . 1,312,000

(3) 30.10.055-Ukiah Air Attack Base: Replace Facility--Construction
. . . 6,187,000

(4) 30.10.065-Sweetwater Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans  . . . 74,000  

(.5) 30.10.005-Alma Helitack Base--Acquisition  . . . 900,000 

(5) 30.10.110-Elk Camp Forest Fire Station: Relocate Facility--

Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 183,000

(6) 30.10.115-Fortuna Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 205,000



    Preliminary plans  . . . 77,000 

(7) 30.10.125-Mendocino Ranger Unit Headquarters: Replace
Automotive Shop--Construction   . . . 1,149,000 

(8) 30.10.130-Santa Clara Ranger Unit Headquarters: Replace
Automotive Shop--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,329,000

(9) 30.10.135-San Mateo-Santa Cruz Ranger Unit Headquarters:
Replace Automotive Shop--Working drawings and construction  . . .
1,010,000 

(10) 30.20.030-Harts Mill Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--  Working drawings and construction  . . .
1,007,000

(11) 30.20.035-Fort Jones Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,590,000

(12) 30.20.040-Manton Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings  . . . 79,000

(13) 30.20.045-Weaverville Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,973,000



    Working drawings  . . . 70,000 

(14) 30.20.065-Lassen Lodge Forest Fire Station--Acquisition  . . .
280,000

(15) 30.20.090-Alder Conservation Camp: Replace Water and
Wastewater Systems, Construct Access Road--Working drawings and
construction  . . . 1,096,000

(16) 30.20.110-Butte Fire Center: Replace Messhall--Working
drawings and construction  . . . 1,315,000

(17) 30.20.130-Buckhorn Forest Fire Station: Replace Apparatus
Building--Acquisition  . . . 200,000 

(18) 30.30.015-Independence Forest Fire Station: New
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 878,000 

(19) 30.30.020-San Luis Obispo Ranger Unit Headquarters: Replace
Facility--Working drawings  . . . 614,000 

(20) 30.30.060-Hemet-Ryan Air Attack Base: Relocate
Facility--Construction  . . . 3,320,000

(21) 30.30.065-San Marcos Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings  . . . 67,000

(22) 30.30.070-Valley Center Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,565,000

(23) 30.30.115-Ventura Youth Conservation Camp: Construct Vehicle
Apparatus Building, Shop, and Warehouse--Working drawings and
construction  . . . 1,474,000

(24) 30.30.120-Fenner Canyon Conservation Camp: Construct
Vehicle Apparatus, Replace Office--Construction  . . . 2,304,000


(25) 30.30.135-Paso Robles Air Attack Base: Replace
Facility--Construction  . . . 2,706,000

(26) 30.30.140-Chino Hills Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,202,000 


(27) 30.30.145-Elsinore Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans  . . . 74,000

(28) 30.30.150-Nipomo Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,349,000


(29) 30.30.155-Campo Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,819,000

(30) 30.30.175-Owens Valley Conservation Camp: Construct Facility
Upgrades--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 264,000


(31) 30.40.015-Sonora Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings  . . . 135,000

(32) 30.40.020-Batterson Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Construction  . . . 1,305,000

(33) 30.40.035-Sand Creek Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,044,000

(34) 30.40.050-Rancheria Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,380,000

(35) 30.40.075-Usona Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility--Working
drawings and construction  . . . 1,309,000 

(36) 30.40.090-Antelope Forest Fire Station: Replace
Barracks/Messhall--Working drawings and construction  . . . 977,000

(37) 30.40.100-Blasingame Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 150,000

(38) 30.40.105-Vallecito Conservation Camp: Replace
Utilities/Construct Apparatus Building--Working drawings and
construction   . . . 1,640,000

(39) 30.40.110-Hollister Air Attack Base: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 700,000


(40) 30.40.120-Dew Drop Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Construction  . . . 1,506,000

(41) 30.40.125-Twain Harte Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans  . . . 76,000

(42) 30.40.130-Springville Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 186,000

(43) 30.40.135-Raymond Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 164,000

(44) 30.40.140-Ahwahnee Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . . 1,565,000

(45) 30.40.145-Bautista Conservation Camp: Replace Modular
Buildings--Construction  . . . 2,787,000

(46) 30.40.150-Baseline Conservation Camp: Remodel
Facility--Construction   . . . 4,100,000 

(47) 30.40.155-Sierra-South Region Headquarters Facility--Study  . .

. 75,000

(48) 30.40.180-Squaw Valley Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 261,000

(49) 30.40.195-Altaville Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 311,000

(50) 30.80-Minor Capitol Outlay  . . . 4,238,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated by Schedules (15) and (50) of this item
include funding for construction and preconstruction activities,
including, but not limited to, study, environmental documents,
preliminary plans, working drawings, equipment, and other costs
relating to the design and construction of facilities, to be
performed by
Department of Forestry and Fire Protection personnel in completion
of the projects.

 3540-490--Reappropriation--Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances
of the appropriations provided in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless
otherwise specified, provided for the appropriations:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 3540-301-0001, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998),
as reappropriated by Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50,
Stats. 1999).

(20) 30.30.060-Hemet Ryan Air Attack Base: Replace
Facility--Working drawings

(27) 30.40.020-Batterson Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings

(2) Item 3540-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(2) 30.10.030-Bridgeville Forest Fire Station: Relocate
Facility--Working drawings

(4) 30.10.055-Ukiah Air Attack Base: Replace Facility--Working
drawings

(27) 30.30.120-Fenner Canyon Conservation Camp: Construct
Vehicle Apparatus, Replace Office--Working drawings

(42) 30.40.120-Dew Drop Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility--Working drawings

(50) 30.80-Minor Capital Outlay, provided that the amount of this
reappropriation shall not exceed $615,000.

3540-491--Reappropriation, Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
appropriation provided for in the following citation is
reappropriated
for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise
specified, provided for in that appropriation, and shall be available

for expenditure until June 30, 2001:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 3540-001-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, $250,000 is
reappropriated for the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system.

3540-495--Reversion, Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
The unencumbered balances as of June 30, 2000, of the appropriations
provided in the following citations shall revert to the General Fund.


(1) Item 3540-001-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

3540-496--Reversion, Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
The unencumbered balances as of June 30, 2000, of the appropriations
provided for in the following citations shall revert to the General
Fund:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 3540-301-0001(1), Budget Act of 1996, as reappropriated by
Item 3540-490(1), Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)  . . .
482,000

(2) Item 3540-301-0001(1), Budget Act of 1998, as reappropriated by
Item 3540-490(1), Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)  . . .
218,000 

3560-001-0001--For support of State Lands Commission  . . .
11,667,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Mineral Resources Management  . . . 7,079,000

(b) 20-Land Management  . . . 8,161,000

(c) 30.01-Executive and Administration  . . . 2,831,000

(d) 30.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -2,831,000

(e) 40-Marine Facilities Management  . . . 6,341,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -3,119,000

(g) Amount payable from the Exotic Species Control Fund (Item
3560-001-0212)  . . . -901,000

(h) Amount payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and Administration
Fund (Item 3560-001-0320)  . . . -5,894,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (d) of Section 4 of Chapter 138 of the

Statutes of 1964, 1st Extraordinary Session, all commission costs for

administering Long Beach Tidelands, exclusive of any Attorney
General charges, shall be included in revenues deposited into the
General Fund pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section
6217 of the Public Resources Code.

2. All costs incurred to manage state school lands shall be deducted
from the revenues produced by those lands and deposited into the
General Fund pursuant to Section 24412 of the Education Code.

3560-001-0212--For support of State Lands Commission, for payment
to Item 3560-001-0001, payable from the Exotic Species Control
Fund  . . . 901,000

3560-001-0320--For support of State Lands Commission, for payment
to Item 3560-001-0001, payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and
Administration Fund  . . . 5,894,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item shall not be expended to monitor
or
inspect marine bunkering operations from barges or any marine
lightering operations.

3600-001-0001--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200  . . .  35,468,000 
 89,900,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be
expended for research and resolution of withering syndrome issues
and controversies.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,998,000 shall be for
support of the North Coast Watershed Assessment. These funds may
not be expended unless Assembly Bill 717 of the 1999-2000 Regular
Session or another statute is enacted, and the Secretary for
Resources
certifies in writing to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee that
the
legislation contains, at a minimum, all of the following:

(a) Interim prescriptions applicable to commercial timber harvesting
and related road building activities that are protective of habitat
for
coho salmon and steelhead trout listed by the National Marine
Fisheries Service pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act of
1973 (16 U.S.C. Sec. 1531 et seq.).

(b) Provisions requiring that any watershed assessment that is
prepared by the state or any private party to formulate any timber
harvesting prescriptions that would be used in lieu of paragraph (a),

will include an opportunity for public review and comment, and be
conducted using a methodology that does all the following:

(i) Has been subject to public review, and has been peer reviewed
and certified as appropriate for use in California by an independent
team of qualified and independent scientists.

(ii) Includes procedures for identifying limiting factors, including
habitat goals and objectives within each watershed.

(iii) Will produce recommendations for land use prescriptions and
mitigation measures necessary to protect salmonids.

(c) Incentives that assist landowners in accomplishing the goals of
salmon protection.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $350,000 shall be for the

Department of Fish and Game's Marine Wildlife Veterinary Care and
Research Center.

4. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $430,000 shall be for the

research and investigation of disease, pollutants, and other factors
contributing to the decline in sea otter populations.

3600-001-0005--For support of the Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . .

854,000 

3600-001-0140--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 15,320,000

3600-001-0200--For support of Department of Fish and Game
payable from the Fish and Game Preservation Fund  . . . 79,911,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Biodiversity Conservation Program  . . .  84,408,000

 119,149,000 

(b) 25-Hunting, Fishing & Public Use  . . .  41,307,000

 44,971,000 

(c) 30-Management of Department Lands and Facilities   . . . 

35,323,000 
 39,513,000 

(d) 40-Conservation Education & Enforcement  . . . 
42,672,000

 66,081,000 

(e) 50-Spill Prevention and Response  . . .  22,099,000

 23,480,000 

(f) 70.01-Administration  . . .  26,968,000 
 34,644,000 

(g) 70.02-Distributed Administration  . . .  -26,968,000

 -34,644,000 

(h) Reimbursements  . . . -22,945,000

(i) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 3600-001-0001)  . . .

 -35,468,000 
 -89,900,000

(ix) Amount payable from Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item 3600-001-0005)  .
. . -854,000 

(j) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3600-001-0140)  . . . -15,320,000

(k) Amount payable from the Fish and Wildlife Pollution Account
(Item 3600-001-0207)  . . . -2,035,000

(l) Amount payable from the California Waterfowl Habitat
Preservation Account, Fish and Game Preservation Fund (Item
3600-001-0211)  . . . -211,000

(m) Amount payable from the Exotic Species Control Fund (Item
3600-001-0212)  . . . -909,000

(n) Amount payable from the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 3600-001-0235)  . . . -5,097,000

(o) Amount payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and Administration
Fund (Item 3600-001-0320)  . . . -15,446,000

(p) Amount payable from the Environmental Enhancement Fund (Item
3600-001-0322)  . . . -106,000

(q) Amount payable from the Salmon and Steelhead Trout Restoration
Account (Item 3600-001-0384)  . . . -8,000,000

(r) Amount payable from the Central Valley Project Improvement
Subaccount (Item 3600-001-0404)  . . . -8,205,000

(s) Amount payable from the Marine Life and Marine Reserve
Management Account (Item 3600-001-  0647   
0647)
   . . . -2,200,000

(t) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 3600-0010890)
. . .  -29,682,000 
 -32,781,000 

(u) Amount payable from the Renewable Resources Investment Fund
(Item 3600-001-0940)  . . . -274,000 

(v) Amount payable from the Coastal Watershed Salmon Habitat
Subaccount (Item 3600-001-6018)  . . . -9,000,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item may be increased with the
approval of, and under the conditions set by, the Department of
Finance to meet current obligations proposed to be funded in
Schedules (h) and (t). The funds appropriated by this item shall not
be
increased until the Department of Fish and Game has a valid contract,

signed by the client agency, that provides sufficient funds to
finance
the increased authorization. This increased authorization may not be
used to expand services or create new obligations.

  Reimbursements received under Schedules (h) and (t) shall be used
in repayment of any funds used to meet current obligations pursuant
to
this provision.

2. Of the funds appropriated by Schedule (h), $1,500,000 shall be
available in accordance with Chapter 851 of the Statutes of 1991.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $203,000 is for
reimbursement to the State Department of Health Services for
shellfish monitoring activities.

3600-001-0207--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Fish and Wildlife
Pollution Account   . . . 2,035,000

3600-001-0211--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the California
Waterfowl Habitat Preservation Account, Fish and Preservation Fund
. . . 211,000

3600-001-0212--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Exotic Species
Control Fund  . . . 909,000

3600-001-0235--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Public Resources
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 5,097,000

3600-001-0320--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Oil Spill
Prevention and Administration Fund  . . . 15,446,000

3600-001-0322--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Environmental
Enhancement Fund  . . . 106,000

3600-001-0384--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Salmon and
Steelhead Trout Restoration Account  . . . 8,000,000

3600-001-0404--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Central Valley
Project Improvement Subaccount   . . . 8,205,000

3600-001-0647--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Marine Life and
Marine Reserve Management Account  . . . 2,200,000

3600-001-0890--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  29,682,000 
 32,781,000 

3600-001-0940--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200, payable from the Renewable
Resources Investment Fund  . . . 274,000 

3660-001-6018--For support of Department of Fish and Game, for
payment to Item 3600-001-0200 payable from the Coastal Watershed
Salmon Habitat Subaccount  . . . 9,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item from the Coastal Watershed

Salmon Habitat Subaccount for salmon and steelhead habitat
restoration and watershed protection, the allocation of funds for
local
restoration grants shall be subject to all applicable provisions of
the
Memorandum of Understanding signed on May 3, 2000, by the
California Resources Agency, the Department of Fish and Game, and
National Marine Fisheries Service, except for Section 8.

3600-002-0001--For support of Department of Fish and Game  . . .
5,005,000

Schedule:

(1) 30.01-American with Disabilities Act Projects  . . . 2,556,000

(2) 30.02-Deferred Maintenance Projects  . . . 2,449,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for
encumbrance through the 2001-02 fiscal year. 

3600-011-0001--For support of Department of Fish and Game
(reimbursement of free fishing licenses), for transfer to the Fish
and
Game Preservation Fund  . . . 17,000

3600-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Fish and
Game  , Program 20-Biodiversity Conservation Program  . . .
1,600,000 
 14,251,000

Schedule:

(a) Biodiversity Conservation Program  . . . 12,981,000

(b) Grants  . . . 1,270,000

(1) East County Fire Protection District: Wildland Type III Fire
Engine  . . . (20,000)

(2) County of Orange: East Bluff Slopes Stabilization  . . .
(250,000)

(3) Kings River: Kings River Fisheries Management Program  . . .
(350,000)

(4) Kings River: A Turbine Bypass Facility  . . . (150,000)

(5) Aquarium of the Pacific: Education Exhibits  . . . (500,000)


3600-101-0207--For local assistance, Department of Fish and Game,
Program 50-Spill Prevention and Response  Program  ,

payable from the Fish and Wildlife Pollution Account  . . . 33,000

3600-101-0320--For local assistance, Department of Fish and Game,
Program 50-Spill Prevention and Response  Program  ,

payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund  . . .

900,000

3600-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Fish and Game  . .
.  375,000 
 377,000 

Schedule:

(1) 90.00.001-Schaeffer Fish Barrier Reconstruction--Working
drawings  . . . 66,000

(2) 90.00.002-Mt. Whitney Fish Hatchery Structural
Retrofit--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 
309,000

 311,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item are subject to

the oversight of the State Public Works Board and shall not be
expended until preliminary plans are approved.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedules (1) and (2) of this item
constitute a General Fund loan to be repaid by the Department of Fish

and Game from the Fish and Game Preservation Fund as funding
becomes available. This loan shall be repaid without interest
pursuant
to  Government Code Section 16314(e)   
subdivision
(e) of Section 16314 of the Government Code   provided the loan
is for a period of less than one year. The loan shall be repaid with
interest pursuant to  Government Code Section 16314(b)

 subdivision (b) of Section 16314 of the Government Code  
in the event the loan period exceeds one year.

 3600-301-0005--For capital outlay, Department of Fish and
Game, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 605,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.07.100-Minor Projects  . . . 605,000 

3600-301-0200--For capital outlay, Department of Fish and Game,
payable from the Fish and Game Preservation Fund  . . . 0

Schedule:

(1) 90.07.100-Minor Projects  . . . 667,000

(2) Reimbursements-Minor Projects  . . . -667,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item, $667,000
shall be used for purposes consistent with the requirements of the
Unallocated Account (Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund)
and the Habitat Conservation Fund.

2. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item, $667,000
shall be available in accordance with Chapter 851 of the Statutes of
1991.

3600-301-0207--For capital outlay, Department of Fish and Game,
payable from the Fish and Wildlife Pollution Account  . . . 40,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.07.100-Minor Projects  . . . 40,000

3600-301-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Fish and Game,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 93,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.07.100-Minor Projects  . . . 93,000

3600-490--Reappropriation, Department of Fish and Game.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balance of the amount

appropriated in the following citation is hereby reappropriated to
the
Department of Fish and Game for the purposes and subject to the
limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in that
appropriation:

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(a) Item 3600-301-0890, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(1) 90.07.100-Minor Projects

(b) Item 3600-301-0890, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(2) Reimbursements-Minor Projects

 3600-491--Reappropriation, Department of Fish and Game. The
balance of the appropriation provided in Item 3600-001-0321 of
Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1996 (Ch. 162, Stats. 1996) is
reappropriated for the purpose of constructing Oiled Wildlife Care
Network projects in Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo.
The amount of this reappropriation shall not exceed $420,000. 

3640-001-0001--For support of the Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable to Item 3640-001-0447  . . .  196,000 
 273,000

3640-001-0005--For support of Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable to Item 3640-001-0447, from the Safe Neighborhood Parks,
Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . .
420,000 

3640-001-0140--For support of Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable to Item 3640-001-0447, from the California Environmental
License Plate Fund  . . . 240,000

3640-001-0262--For support of Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable to Item 3640-001-0447, from the Habitat Conservation Fund
. . . 328,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item shall be available to the
Wildlife Conservation Board for administrative costs associated with
the California Wildlife Protection Act of 1990, and the requirements
of the Habitat Conservation Fund.

3640-001-0447--For support of Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable from the Wildlife Restoration Fund  . . . 769,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Wildlife Conservation Board  . . .  1,533,000

 2,030,000 

(b) Amount payable from the General Fund (3640-001-0001)  . . .
 -196,000 
 -273,000 

 (bx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item
3640-001-0005)  . . . -420,000 

(c) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3640-001-0140)  . . . -240,000

(d) Amount payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund (Item
3640-001-0262)  . . . -328,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated  by this Act from the General
Fund or
special funds    in this item   for capital outlay
or local
assistance programs, the department may allocate an amount not to
exceed 1.5 percent of each appropriation to provide for the
department's costs to administer the appropriations. This provision
does not apply to appropriations of the Habitat Conservation Fund or
the Wildlife Restoration Fund nor to appropriations for the Natural
Community Conservation Planning program.

3640-301-0001--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board  . . .

 30,000,000 
 60,000,000 

Schedule:

(1) 80.10.055-Natural Communities Conservation Planning Program  .
. . 5,000,000

(2) 80.10.500-Wetlands Restoration and Acquisition  . . . 
25,000,000 
 55,000,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are provided in accordance
with the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and, therefore, are not
subject to review by the State Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year 2002-03.

 3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $30,000,000 is
available for the acquisition of sensitive habitat related to the
University of California Merced Grasslands Projects.

3640-301-0005--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 216,125,000

Schedule:

(a) 80.10.600.000-Wildlife Conservation Board Projects  . . .
7,250,000

(1) French Valley Ac- quisition  . . . 6,000,000

(2) Cosumnes River Corridor  . . . 500,000

(3) Lassen Foothills/Gray Davis Dye Creek Preserve  . . . 750,000

(b) 80.10.610.000-Wildlife Conservation Board Projects
(unscheduled)  . . . 208,875,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are provided in accordance
with the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and, therefore, are not
subject to review by the State Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year 2002-03.


3640-301-0262--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund  . . . 20,672,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.10.000-Wildlife Conservation Board Projects (Unscheduled)  .
. . 20,005,000

(2) 80.10.101-Department of Fish and Game-Wetlands  . . . 667,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item, except for funds for the
purposes described in Provision 3 of this item, are provided in
accordance with the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and,
therefore, shall not be subject to Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year 2002-03.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $667,000 shall be
available to the Department of Fish and Game for minor capital outlay

projects, in accordance with Chapter 851, Statutes of 1991.

3640-301-0447--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable from the Wildlife Restoration Fund, in lieu of the
appropriation made by the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947  . . .
100,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.10.010-Minor Projects  . . . 100,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are provided in accordance
with the provisions of the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and,
therefore, shall not be subject to Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance.


3640-301-6015--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable from the River Protection Subaccount  . . . 14,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 80.10.700.000-River Protection Project  . . . 24,000,000

(1) San Dieguito River Corridor  . . . 11,000,000

(2) Cosumnes River Corridor  . . . 3,000,000

(3) San Joaquin River Conservancy  . . . 10,000,000

(b) Reimbursements-San Joaquin River Conservancy  . . . -10,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are provided in accordance
with the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and, therefor, are not
subject to review by the State Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year 2002-03.

3. The amount appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item shall consist

of reimbursements form the Department of Water Resources and shall
be made available to the San Joaquin River Conservancy.

3640-302-0001--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board  . . .

29,000,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.10.060.000-Acquisition and restoration for habitat or open
space  . . . 29,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are provided in accordance
with the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and, therefore, are not
subject to review by the State Public Works Board.

2. The funds appropriated in this item are available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year 2002-03.

3. The funds appropriated in this item are available for the purchase

of parks and open-space preserves and purchase or restoration of fish

and wildlife habitat through the Land Conservation Matching Grants
Program. Funding provided through this program requires a minimum
dollar-for-dollar match from nonstate sources. Expenditures may be
made as grants to governmental agencies and private entities or as
direct state expenditures, provided that the nonstate sources match
requirement is met.

3640-302-0005--For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board,
payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 14,562,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.10.603.000-San Joaquin River Conservancy--Project and
acquisition  . . . 14,562,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are provided in accordance
with the Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947 and, therefore, are not
subject to review by the State Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year 2002-03.

3. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated to the San
Joaquin River Parkway Conservancy for purposes consistent with the
Conservancy's mission. 

3640-311-0383--For transfer by the Controller from the Natural
Resources Infrastructure Fund to the Habitat Conservation Fund  . . .

 (20,098,000) 
 (8,838,000) 

Provisions:

1. The funds transferred by this item shall be used for purposes
consistent with the requirements of the Habitat Conservation Fund.

2. The amounts transferred by this item may be adjusted to reflect
the
requirements of Section 2796(a) of the Fish and Game Code. 

3640-312-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Habitat
Conservation Fund (0262)  . . . 11,260,000 

3680-001-0516--For support of Department of Boating and
Waterways, payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
. . .  14,445,000 
 15,245,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Boating Facilities  . . .  11,616,000 
 12,416,000 

(b) 20-Boating Operations  . . . 5,718,000

(c) 30-Beach Erosion Control  . . . 264,000

(d) 40.01-Administration  . . . 2,009,000

(e) 40.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -2,009,000

(f) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3680-001-0890)  . . . -3,153,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 85.2 of the Harbors and Navigation Code,
$264,000 of the funds appropriated in this item shall be expended for

support of the Department of Boating and Waterways beach erosion
control program.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,755,000 shall be
available for expenditure for the Egeria densa Aquatic Weed
Management Program, subject to the approval of the Environmental
Impact Reports for various Egeria densa control methods.

3680-001-0890--For support of Department of Boating and
Waterways, for payment to Item 3680-001-0516, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 3,153,000

3680-101-0001--For transfer by the Controller from the General Fund
to the Public Beach Restoration Fund  . . . 10,000,000 

3680-101-0516--For local assistance, Department of Boating and
Waterways, payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
. . . 51,821,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Boating Facilities  . . . 45,274,000

(1) Launching Facility Grants  . . .    (13,835,000)

(A) Lake Amador  . . . (190,000)

(B)

Benicia  . . . (407,000)

(C)

Berkeley Marina  . . . (290,000)

(D)

Black Butte, Buckhorn  . . . (150,000)

(E)

Black Butte, Eagle Pass  . . . (91,000)

(F)

Buena Vista Recreation Area  . . . (1,037,000)

(G)

Bullards Bar Dark Day  . . . (536,000)

(H)

Clearlake Oaks  . . . (150,000)

(I)

Camanche Reservoir  . . . (860,000)

(J)

 Eastside Reser- voir    Diamond Valley Lake
   . . .
(2,500,000)

(K)

Floating Restrooms  . . . (500,000)

(L)

Ice House  . . . (41,000)

(M)

Lake Kaweah  . . . (200,000)

(N)

Little Grass Valley  . . . (355,000)

(O)

Loon Lake  . . . (130,000)

(P)

Miller Park  . . . (100,000)

(Q)

Mission Bay  . . . (3,044,000)

(R)

Pier 54  . . . (1,023,000)

(S)

Ramp Repairs/Extensions  . . . (500,000)

(T)

Redbud Park  . . . (480,000)

(U)

Signs  . . . (50,000)

(V)

Lake Success  . . . (706,000)

(W)

Tahoe Vista  . . . (255,000)

(X)

Trinity Lake  . . . (120,000)

(Y)

Union Valley  . . . (20,000)

(Z)

Vessel Pumpout  . . . (100,000)

(2) Clean Vessel Act Grant Program  . . . (1,253,000)

(3) Boating Trails  . . . (300,000)

(4) Public Small Craft Harbor  Loans  . . . (24,886,000)

(A) Cabrillo Marina  . . .     (6,000,000)

(B)

 Eastside Reservoir    Diamond Valley Lake
   . . .
(4,470,000)

(C)

Channel Islands  . . .   (3,300,000)

(D)

Emergency Loans  . . .     (500,000)

(E)

Long Beach-Downtown  . . .   (5,816,000)

(F)

Planning Loans  . . .   (200,000)

(G)

Richmond  . . . (1,600,000)

(H)

South Beach Harbor  . . . (3,000,000)

(5) Private Loans  . . . (5,000,000)

(b) 20-Boating Operations  . . . 9,375,000

(c) Amount payable from the Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund
(Item 3680-101-0577)  . . . -400,000

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3680-101-0890)  . . . -2,428,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b), $8,100,000 is for
boating safety and enforcement programs pursuant to Section 663.7 of
the Harbors and Navigation Code.

2. Of the funds appropriated for the Clean Vessel Act Grant Program
in Schedule (a), the Department of Boating and Waterways may
transfer funds between the construction and education programs. 

3. The Department of Boating and Waterways shall recalculate the
amount of principal owed by Funtime-Fulltime, Inc. pursuant to a loan

made by the department to finance improvements to the Bidwell
Canyon Marina, located at Lake Oroville. The recalculation shall take

into consideration those items financed by the principal of the loan
that are traditionally provided by the state in similar instances
involving the state park and recreation system. The recalculation may

result in a reduction in the amount of principal due under loan by an

amount not to exceed $370,000. 

3680-101-0577--For local assistance, Department of Boating and
Waterways, for payment to Item 3680-101-0516, payable from the
Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund  . . . 400,000

3680-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Boating and
Waterways, for payment to Item 3680-101-0516, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 2,428,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $875,000 shall be for
grants to local governments for boating safety and law enforcement,
15 percent of which shall be allocated according to the department's
discretion, and 85 percent of which shall be allocated by the
department in accordance with the following priorities:

  First--To local governments that are eligible for state aid because

they are spending all their local boating revenue on boating
enforcement and safety, but are not receiving sufficient state funds
to
meet their calculated need as defined in Section 663.7 of the Harbors

and Navigation Code.

  Second--To local governments that are not spending all local
boating
revenue on boating enforcement and safety, and whose boating
revenue does not equal their calculated need. Local assistance shall
not exceed the difference between the calculated need and local
boating revenue.

  Third--To local governments whose boating revenue exceeds their
need, but who are not spending sufficient local revenue to meet their

calculated need.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,253,000 shall be
available to fund construction and educational programs consistent
with the Clean Vessel Act Grant Program. 

3680-101-3001--For local assistance, Department of Boating and
Waterways, Program 30-Beach Erosion Control, payable from the
Public Beach Restoration Fund  . . . 10,000,000 

3680-301-0516--For capital outlay, Department of Boating and
Waterways, payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
. . . 9,307,000

Schedule:

(1) 50.04.020-Lake Oroville SRA, Spillway: Boat Launching
Facility--Construction  . . . 2,354,000

(2) 50.10.010-Millerton Lake SRA, Crows Nest Area: Boat
Launching Facility--Construction  . . . 1,395,000

(3) 50.19.012-Castaic Lake SRA, Paradise Cove Area: Boat
Instruction and Safety Center--Working drawings  . . . 132,000

(4) 50.24.030-San Luis Reservoir-O'Neill Forebay (Phase 1)
(Medeiros Area): Boat Launching Facility--Construction  . . .
1,227,000

(5) 50.34.030--Lake Natoma, Nimbus Flat: Boating Instruction and
Safety Center--Construction  . . . 2,444,000

(6) 50.99.010-Project Planning  . . . 125,000

(7) 50.99.020-Minor Projects  . . . 1,630,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in Schedule (6) are available for allocation by

the Department of Finance to be used to develop design information or

cost information for new construction projects for which funds have
not been appropriated previously, but which are anticipated to be
included in the Governor's Budget for the 2001-02 or 2002-03 fiscal
year.

3680-495--Reversion, Department of Boating and Waterways. The
unliquidated balance, as of June 30, 2000, of the appropriations
provided in the following citation shall revert to the fund balance
of
the fund from which the appropriation was made:

0235--Public Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund.

(1) Item 3680-101-235, Budget Act of 1990, for beach erosion control
projects funded through a cooperative work agreement.

(2) Item 3680-101-235(b), Budget Act of 1989, for a Santa Cruz,
West Cliff Drive beach erosion control project funded through a
cooperative work agreement.

3720-001-0001--For support of California Coastal Commission  . . .
 11,263,000 
 11,316,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Coastal Management Program  . . .  14,053,000

 14,106,000 

(b) 20-Coastal Energy Program  . . . 605,000

(c) 30.01-Administration  . . . 2,034,000

(d) 30.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -1,569,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -465,000

(f) Amount payable from California Beach and Coastal Enhancement
Account (Item 3720-001-0371)  . . . -372,000

(g) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3720-001-0890)  . . . -3,023,000

3720-001-0371--For support of California Coastal Commission, for
payment to Item 3720-001-0001, payable from the California Beach
and Coastal Enhancement Account, California Environmental License
Plate Fund  . . . 372,000

3720-001-0890--For support of California Coastal Commission, for
payment to Item 3720-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 3,023,000

3720-101-0001--For local assistance, California Coastal Commission
. . .  500,000 
 810,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Coastal Management Program  . . . 500,000 

(b) Grants  . . . 310,000

(1) City of San Diego: Windan'sea Erosion Control Maintenance Plan
. . . (150,000)

(2) Coastal Conservancy: Coastal Acquisition--Wetlands  . . .
(160,000) 

3720-101-0371--For local assistance, California Coastal
Commission, payable from California Beach and Coastal
Enhancement Account, California Environmental License Plate Fund  .
. . 359,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Coastal Management Program  . . . 359,000

3720-295-0001--For local assistance, California Coastal
Commission, for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of
Section 6 of Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section

17561 of the Government Code, of the costs of any new program  or
increased level of service of an existing program mandated by statute

or executive order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 0


Schedule:

(1) 98.01.133.076-Local coastal plans (Ch. 1330, Stats. 1976)  . . .
0

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, the mandate
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision is

specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Local coastal plans (Ch. 1330, Stats. 1976)

3760-001-0001--For support of State Coastal Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3760-001-0565   . . . 2,306,000

3760-001-0565--For support of State Coastal Conservancy, payable
from the State Coastal Conservancy Fund  . . . 2,802,000

Schedule:

(a) 15--Coastal Resource Development  . . . 3,299,000

(b) 25--Coastal Resource Enhancement  . . . 2,047,000

(c) 90.01--Administration and Support  . . . 1,979,000

(d) 90.02--Distributed Administration  . . . -1,979,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -103,000

(f) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 3760-001-0001)  . . .

-2,306,000

(g) Amount payable from California Wildlife, Coastal, and Park Land
Conservation Fund of 1988 (Item 3760-001-0786)  . . . -27,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3760-0010890)  . . . -108,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon approval and
order of the Department of Finance, the State Coastal Conservancy
may borrow sufficient funds from the State Coastal Conservancy Fund
to meet cash-flow needs due to delays in collecting reimbursements.
Any loan made by the Department of Finance pursuant to this
provision may be made only if the State Coastal Conservancy has a
valid contract or certification signed by the agency providing the
reimbursements, which demonstrates that sufficient funds will be
available to repay the loan. All money so transferred shall be repaid

to the State Coastal Conservancy Fund as soon as possible, but not
later than one year from the date of the loan.

2. Of the funds appropriated by this act from the General Fund or
special funds for capital outlay or local assistance programs, the
department may allocate an amount not to exceed 1.5 percent of each
appropriation to provide for the department's costs to administer the

appropriations, except for appropriations of the Habitat Conservation

Fund and funds appropriated for the Southern California Wetlands
Recovery Program, the Public Access Program, the Hamilton Airfield
Wetland Restoration project, the Elkhorn Slough project, and the
Carmel River Enhancement project. Such  funds shall be available for
encumbrance and liquidation until June 30, 2005.

3760-001-0786--For support of State Coastal Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3760-001-0565, payable from the California
Wildlife, Coastal and Park Land Conservation Fund of 1988  . . .
27,000

3760-001-0890--For support of State Coastal Conservancy, for
payment to Item 3760-001-0565, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 108,000

3760-301-0001--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy  . . .
 25,980,000 
 48,655,000 

Schedule:

(1) 80.00.020-Public Access  . . . 1,500,000

(2) 80.00.021-Southern California Wetlands Recovery Program  . . .
 3,000,000 
 4,675,000 

(3) 80.00.022-Wetlands Restoration and Acquisition  . . . 
8,000,000 
 32,000,000 

(4) 80.00.094-Hamilton Airfield Wetlands Restoration  . . .
13,480,000

(5) 80.97.030-Conservancy Programs  . . . 950,000

(6) Reimbursements  . . . -950,000 

(7) Reimbursements Bel Marin Keys Wetlands Restoration  . . .
-3,000,000 

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition which provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

(b) A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy,
unless the lease terms are approved by the Director of General
Services. Except to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for
grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt

from State Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.

3. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $4,000,000 is available

for implementation of the wetland enhancement plan at Elkhorn
Slough. The balance of $4,000,000 is available to implement the
Carmel River Enhancement Plan.

 3760-301-0005--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 60,500,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.00.023-San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program  . . .
15,000,000

(2) 80.00.024-Salmon Habitat Restoration Program  . . . 7,500,000

(3) 80.00.026-Santa Monica Bay Restoration Program  . . . 5,000,000

(4) 80.93.015-Coastal Resource Development  . . . 26,000,000

(5) 80.93.025-Coastal Resource Enhancement  . . . 10,000,000

(6) Reimbursements  . . . -3,000,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition that provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
                          specifies that the property shall not
revert to the state without review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

(b) A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy,
unless the lease terms are approved by the Director of General
Services. Except to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for
grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt

from State Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.

3. The funds appropriated in this item shall be expended no sooner
than 20 days following the receipt by the Legislature of a report
identifying the criteria, priorities, and process by which the Salmon

Habitat Restoration Program will allocate the funds provided for in
this item. 

3760-301-0262--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund  . . . 4,000,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.93.025-Coastal Resource Enhancement  . . . 4,500,000

(2) Reimbursements  . . . -500,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition that provides for either of the following:

a. A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

b. A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public
agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy, unless the
lease terms are approved by the Director of General Services. Except
to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for grants to public
agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt from State
Public Works Board review.

2. The funds appropriated in this item are available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance without regard to
fiscal
year. 

3760-301-0383--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the Natural Resources Infrastructure Fund  . . .
1,675,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.00.020-Public Access  . . . 1,200,000

(2) 80.93.015-Coastal Resource Development  . . . 475,000

(3) 80.97.030-Conservancy Programs  . . . 350,000

(4) Reimbursements  . . . -350,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization  or local government for property
acquisition which provides for either of the following:

a. A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

b. A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public
agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy, unless the
lease terms are approved by the Director of General Services. Except
to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for grants to public
agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt from State
Public Works Board review.

2. Of the amount appropriated by this item, $475,000 is appropriated
for the purpose of partially replacing an appropriation in Item
3760-301-0940/99 which is being reverted due to a shortfall in
revenues to the Renewable Resources Investment Fund.

3. The amount appropriated in this item is available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03. 

3760-301-0565--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the State Coastal Conservancy Fund (Violation
Remediation Account)  . . . 200,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.00.020-Public Access  . . . 200,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition which provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

(b) A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy,
unless the lease terms are approved by the Director of General
Services. Except to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for
grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt

from State Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon approval and
order of the Department of Finance, the State Coastal Conservancy
may borrow sufficient funds from the State Coastal Conservancy Fund
to meet cash-flow needs due to delays in collecting reimbursements.
Any loan made by the Department of Finance pursuant to this
provision may be made only if the State Coastal Conservancy has a
valid contract or certification signed by the agency providing the
reimbursements, which demonstrates that sufficient funds will be
available to repay the loan. All money so transferred shall be repaid

to the State Coastal Conservancy Fund as soon as possible, but not
later than one year from the date of the loan.

3760-301-0593--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the Coastal Access Account, State Coastal Conservancy
Fund  . . . 900,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.00.020-Public Access  . . . 900,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition which provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

(b) A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy,
unless the lease terms are approved by the Director of General
Services. Except to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for
grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt

from State Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.

3760-301-0748--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the Fish and Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Fund  . . .
2,000,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.00.021-Southern California Wetlands Recovery Program  . . .
2,000,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition that provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the Public Works
Board.

(b) A state leasehold acquired by a nonstate public agency with grant

funds of the State Coastal Conservancy, unless the lease terms are
approved by the Director of General Services. Except as specified in
paragraph (a), the expenditure of funds for grants to public agencies

and nonprofit organizations is exempt from the review of the Public
Works Board.

2. The funds appropriated in this item are available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.

3760-301-0890--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 2,000,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.97.030-Conservancy Programs  . . . 2,000,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition that provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specified that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the Public Works
Board.

(b) A state leasehold acquired by a nonstate public agency with grant

funds of the State Coastal Conservancy, unless the lease terms are
approved by the Director of General Services. Except as specified in
paragraph (a), the expenditure of funds for grants to public agencies

and nonprofit organizations is exempt from the review of the Public
Works Board.

2. The funds appropriated in this item are available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03.



3760-301-6015--For capital outlay, State Coastal Conservancy,
payable from the River Protection Subaccount  . . . 21,500,000

Schedule:

(a) Otay River Valley Regional Park  . . . 10,000,000

(b) Santa Clara River Parkway  . . . 9,200,000

(c) Tijuana River Parkway  . . . 2,300,000

Provisions:

1. The State Coastal Conservancy shall not enter into a grant
contract
with a nonprofit organization or local government for property
acquisition that provides for either of the following:

(a) A reversionary interest to the state, unless the grant contract
specifies that the property shall not revert to the state without
review
and approval by the State Coastal Conservancy and the State Public
Works Board.

(b) A state leasehold interest in property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of the State Coastal Conservancy,
unless the lease terms are approved by the Director of General
Services. Except to the extent above, the expenditures of funds for
grants to public agencies and nonprofit organizations shall be exempt

from State Public Works Board review.

2. The amount appropriated in this item is available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local assistance through fiscal year
2002-03. 

3760-495--Reversion, State Coastal Conservancy. The unencumbered
balances as of June 30, 2000, of the appropriation provided for in
the
following citation shall revert to the Renewable Resources Investment

Fund:

0940-Renewable Resources Investment Fund

(1) Item 3760-301-0940 Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)  . .
.
475,000

3780-001-0001--For support of Native American Heritage
Commission, Program 10  . . .  318,000 
 393,000 

3790-001-0001--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392  . . .  79,085,000

 135,069,000

3790-001-0005--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection
Bond Fund  . . . 6,236,000 

3790-001-0140--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 112,000

3790-001-0235--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Public
Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . .

12,735,000

3790-001-0263--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Off-Highway
Vehicle Trust Fund  . . . 15,724,000

3790-001-0392--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
payable from the State Parks and Recreation Fund  . . . 
83,039,000 
 57,192,000 

Schedule:

(a) For support of the Department of Parks and Recreation  . . .

210,299,000 
 244,325,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -11,958,000

(c) Less funding provided by capital outlay  . . . -1,494,000

(d) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 3790-001-0001)  . .
.  -79,085,000 
 -135,069,000

(dx) Amount payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item
3790-001-0005)  . . . -6,236,000 

(e) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3790-001-0140)  . . . -112,000

(f) Amount payable from the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 3790-001-0235)  . . .
-12,735,000

(g) Amount payable from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund (Item
3790-001-0263)  . . . -15,724,000

(h) Amount payable from the Winter Recreation Fund (Item
3790-001-0449)  . . . -238,000

(i) Amount payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
(Item 3790-001-0516)  . . . -630,000

(j) Amount payable from the State Urban and Coastal Park Fund (Item
3790-001-0742)  . . .  -2,347,000 
 0 

(k) Amount payable from the Recreational Trails Fund (Item
3790-001-0858)  . . . -7,000

(l) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 3790-0010890)
. . . -2,930,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated by this act from the General Fund and
special funds, other than the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund and
bond funds, to the Department of Parks and Recreation for local
assistance grants to local agencies, the department may allocate an
amount not to exceed 1.5 percent of each project's allocation to
provide for the department's costs to administer these grants.

2. It is the intent of the Legislature that salaries, wages,
operating
expenses, and positions associated with implementing specific
Department of Parks and Recreation capital outlay projects continue
to be funded through capital outlay appropriations, and that these
funds and related position authority should also be reflected in the
department's state operations budget in the Governor's Budget and
Budget Bill with an offsetting payable from the capital outlay
appropriations.

3790-001-0449--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Winter
Recreation Fund  . . . 238,000

3790-001-0516--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Harbors and
Watercraft Revolving Fund  . . . 630,000

3790-001-0742--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the State Urban and
Coastal Park Fund  . . .  2,347,000 
 0 

3790-001-0858--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Recreational
Trails Fund  . . . 7,000

3790-001-0890--For support of Department of Parks and Recreation,
for payment to Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . . 2,930,000

3790-011-0062--For transfer by the Controller to the State Parks and
Recreation Fund, as prescribed by Subdivision (a) of Section 2107.7
of the Streets and Highways Code, for expenditure by the Department
of Parks and Recreation for maintenance and repair of highways in
units of the State Park System, payable from the Highway Users Tax
Account, Transportation Tax Fund  . . . (3,400,000)

3790-012-0061--For transfer by the Controller from the Motor
Vehicle Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund to the State Parks and
Recreation Fund  . . . (11,649,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the amount that
would have transferred to the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund, the
amount of this item shall be available for transfer from the Motor
Vehicle Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund to the State Parks and
Recreation Fund.

 3790-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, to be available for expenditure during the 2000-01,
2001-02, and 2002-03 fiscal years  . . . 43,710,000

Schedule:

(a) Grants  . . . 43,710,000

(1) Butte County: Family Bridges-First Offender Program  . . .
(500,000)

(2) City of Fullerton: Laguna Lake Park engineering study  . . .
(500,000)

(3) Placentia Boys and Girls Club: Gymnasium repairs and
improvements  . . . (50,000)

(4) Tulare County: Auditorium Restoration Project  . . . (200,000)

(5) City of La Quinta: Design and construction of soccer park  . . .

(500,000)

(6) Martha's Village and Kitchen: Martha's Village facility expansion

. . . (100,000)

(7) West Shores Youth Center: Exercise and equipment room
construction  . . . (50,000)

(8) City of Blythe: Parks retrofit project  . . . (50,000)

(9) City of El Centro: El Centro's Municipal Pool  . . . (50,000)

(10) City of El Centro: City Parks playground equipment  . . .
(100,000)

(11) City of Yuba City: Crow control program  . . . (200,000)

(12) City of Yucaipa: Dunlap Park Site  . . . (200,000)

(13) City of San Jacinto: Sanderson Avenue Water and Sewer Project
. . . (300,000)

(14) City of Lafayette: Pedestrian Bridge  . . . (250,000)

(15) San Bernardino County: Downtown Crestline Facade
Improvement  . . . (100,000)

(16) City of Redlands: Redlands Sports Complex development  . . .
(1,000,000)

(17) City of Highland: Highland Community Park construction  . . .
(400,000)

(18) Inyo County: Pleasant Valley Campground Project  . . . (150,000)


(19) Inyo County: Diaz Lake Campground Project  . . . (200,000)

(20) Kern County: Homeland Park Improvements  . . . (50,000)

(21) Kern County: Boron Chamber of Commerce expansion project  . .
. (100,000)

(22) City of Walnut: Community Sports Complex  . . . (500,000)

(23) Los Angeles County United Way: United Way of Greater Los
Angeles-facility restoration  . . . (100,000)

(24) Ventura County: Ventu Park Emergency Road  . . . (300,000)

(25) City of Oxnard: Heating and cooling equipment  . . . (100,000)

(26) Barrio Action Youth and Family Center: Funding for the
refurbishment of the roof over the study hall and counseling center
. . .
(250,000)

(27) East Los Angeles: East LA Women's Center for the  purchase of
computers, phone equipment, furniture, childcare equipment, and
books and videos for their client library  . . . (50,000)

(28) East Los Angeles: Community facility Senior citizens  . . .
(250,000)

(29) El Sereno: Youth center, van purchase  . . . (25,000)

(30) City of Rosemead/MERCI Inc.: replacement of kitchen and
restroom sinks to meet requirements of American with Disabilities
Act  . . . (5,000)

(31) San Gabriel: La Casa de San Gabriel, books and materials  . . .

(5,000)

(32) Alhambra: Girl Scouts-Uniforms  . . . (5,000)

(33) Rosemead: Boys and Girls club-facilities upgrade  . . . (5,000)

(34) Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth: Construction of the
Coleman Children and Youth Community Center  . . . (100,000)

(35) Sacramento County: Sacramento Boys and Girls Club Lemon
Hill Complex  . . . (750,000)

(36) Sacramento County: Youth Sports Complex  . . . (700,000)

(37) Walt Hanline, Del Norte County Unified School District:
Construction of the Mountain School Multipurpose
Building-Gymnasium/Community Center (partial funding)  . . .
(450,000)

(38) Del Norte County Historical Society: Battery Point Lighthouse
Preservation Project  . . . (25,000)

(39) County of Yolo: New Helvetia Park Rehabilitation  . . .
(500,000)

(40) Pittsburg Historical Society: Restoration of Old Post Dispatch
Building  . . . (250,000)

(41) LA's Best  . . . (100,000)

(42) Operation Y.E.S.  . . . (166,000)

(43) El Centro Del Pueblo: El Centro Del Pueblo  . . . (200,000)

(44) Chinatown Service Center  . . . (100,000)

(45) Vista del Mar  . . . (200,000)

(46) Jewish Federation of Los Angeles/Main Building  . . .
(2,000,000)

(47) Hollywood Entertainment Museum  . . . (1,000,000)

(48) City of Inglewood: Refurbishment of Edward Vincent Park  . . .
(350,000)

(49) City of San Diego: Tecolate Nature Center-room addition  . . .
(200,000)

(50) City of San Diego: Ocean Beach Recreation Center-ADA Tot Lot
Upgrade  . . . (175,000)

(51) City of San Diego: Santa Clara Recreation Center-new
recreation center  . . . (300,000)

(52) City of San Diego: Picnic Shelter-Clairmont Neighborhood Park
. . . (55,000)

(53) City of Santa Rosa: Sonoma County Museum project  . . .
(250,000)

(54) City of St Helena: St. Helena ballpark  . . . (100,000)

(55) Homenetmen, Glendale Chapter: Fund Athletic Programs  . . .
(158,000)

(56) Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District: Memorial Park
Swimming Pool  . . . (100,000)

(57) Garden Grove: Girls/Boys Club-"Family Campus
Project"/playground equipment  . . . (100,000)

(58) Santa Ana: Batting Cage at Madison Park  . . . (50,000)

(59) City of Avenal: Bathrooms/Pavilion for Avenal Museum  . . .
(25,000)

(60) City of Ventura: East Park Park  . . . (250,000)

(61) City of Fresno: Rotary Playland at Roeding Park  . . . (250,000)


(62) S.E. Fresno: Kings Canyon/Huntington Avenue Park  . . .
(448,000)

(63) Jewish Community Center  . . . (1,000,000)

(64) San Francisco Recreation and Park Department: Restore Sunny
Side Conservatory  . . . (300,000)

(65) Daly City Parks and Recreation: Boys and Girls Club
construction  . . . (500,000)

(66) San Francisco Recreation and Park Department: John Muir
fishing pier restoration  . . . (600,000)

(67) Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District: Memorial Park
Community Center  . . . (175,000)

(68) City of Norco: Ingalls Regional Equestrian Park  . . . (250,000)


(69) Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District: Memorial Park
Athletic Field  . . . (150,000)

(70) Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District: Paramont Park
Rehabilitation  . . . (80,000)

(71) Riverside Park and Recreation District: Janet Goeske Senior
Center  . . . (150,000)

(72) Santa Barbara County: Casa De  La Raza-Refurbish/expand
family service center. Part A.  . . . (100,000)

(73) City of Reedley: Rail Trail Parkway. 13th to Dinuba Ave.  . . .

(400,000)

(74) San Francisco Recreation and Park Department: Fisherman's
Wharf Bay Center  . . . (1,000,000)

(75) San Francisco Neighborhood Beautification: Leonard Left
Gordon Park Project  . . . (300,000)

(76) SF Neighbors Association  . . . (500,000)

(77) City of Bellflower: YMCA Teen Center  . . . (250,000)

(78) City of Downey: Expand city library  . . . (100,000)

(79) City of Hawaiian Gardens: New recreation facility to meet ADA
requirements  . . . (235,000)

(80) City of Artesia: Land acquisition and ADA compliance upgrade
for A.J. Padelford Park  . . . (100,000)

(81) City of Artesia: Artesia Teen Center  . . . (100,000)

(82) City of Downey: Downey pool  . . . (25,000)

(83) Jewish Federation Zimmer Museum  . . . (2,900,000)

(84) LA Children's Museum  . . . (3,000,000)

(85) Tujunga Wash Restoration  . . . (5,000,000)

(86) Santa Barbara School District: Soccer and baseball fields  . . .

(360,000)

(87) City of Carpinteria: Ball fields  . . . (250,000)

(88) Boys and Girls Club of Ventura: Sports equipment, band
instruments  . . . (20,000)

(89) City of Ojai: Sarzotti Park ball field renovations  . . .
(250,000)

(90) City of Santa Paula: Harding Park lighting and bleachers  . . .

(100,000)

(91) City of West Hollywood: Veterans' Park  . . . (200,000)

(92) City of Tarzana: Tarzana Community Center  . . . (350,000)

(93) Midpeninsula Open Space District: Improvements to trail
easement transferred to the District by AB 1366  . . . (300,000)

(94) City of Rancho Palos Verdes: Palos Verdes Senior Center  . . .
(25,000)

(95) City of Long Beach: Rancho Los Alamitos Historical Park  . . .
(150,000)

(96) City of San Francisco: National AIDS Memorial Grove  . . .
(500,000)

(97) Manhattan Beach: Playground equipment at Polliwog Regional
Park  . . . (300,000)

(98) Hermosa Beach: Renovate community center  . . . (250,000)

(99) Marjaree Mason Center: General repairs and maintenance  . . .
(250,000)

(100) City of Fresno: Holmes Park playground improvements  . . .
(93,000)

(101) American Legion
139 in the City of Alhambra: Replace roof, air conditioning, and
flooring  . . . (60,000)

(102) City of San Gabriel: Asian Youth Center expansion  . . .
(500,000)

(103) City of Monterey Park: Boys and Girls Club roof  . . . (50,000)


(104) Napa County Museum: Museum expansion  . . . (100,000)

(105) City of Mountain View: Stevens Creek Trail  . . . (550,000)

(106) East Bay Regional Park District: Eastshore State Park Planning
. . . (200,000)

(107) City of Pico Rivera: Summer Youth Employment and Training
Program  . . . (40,000)

(108) City of Los Angeles: David Gonzales Park and Recreation
Center  . . . (40,000)

(109) City of San Fernando: Las Palmas Park Multi-purpose Center  .
. . (850,000)

(110) Turlock Community Auditorium: Turlock Auditorium  . . .
(200,000)

(111) Los Banos: PLA Youth Center  . . . (250,000)

(112) Homeboy Industries: Land acquisition and renovation  . . .
(200,000)

(113) The Wall/Las Memorias: Completion of memorial to victims of
HIV/AIDS and their families  . . . (200,000)

(114) City of San Leandro: Little League Field  . . . (100,000)

(115) Anaheim YMCA: After School Programs-Anaheim Achieves  . .
. (200,000)

(116) Santa Ana: At-risk youth program  . . . (100,000)

(117) Anaheim: Playground equipment replacement at Pearson Park  .
. . (125,000)

(118) Santa Ana: After School Learning Center for At Risk
Youths-THINK Together  . . . (100,000)

(119) Garden Grove: Renovation and ADA compliance at West
Haven, Woodbury and Pioneer Parks  . . . (90,000)

(120) Anaheim: Batting Cage at Boysen Park  . . . (50,000)

(121) Santa Ana: Jerome Park and Community Center  . . . (250,000)

(122) Bakersfield PAL: Construct Multi-use playing field  . . .
(50,000)

(123) City of Avenal: Sports Complex Lighting  . . . (50,000)

(124) City of Lakewood: Renovation of Mae Boyer Park  . . .
(750,000)

(125) Lindbergh Park Tot Lot/San Diego: Enhance an existing play
area to accommodate disabled access at the Lindbergh Park Tot Lot  .

. . (160,000)

(126) Parks and Recreation: Mission SJ seismic retrofit  . . .
(1,000,000)

(127) Coalinga-Huron Parks and Recreation District: Joint use sports
complex  . . . (250,000)

(128) Kettleman City: Kettleman City Community Center  . . .
(85,000)

(129) West Side Parks and Recreation: Renovate skate escape and
fitness center  . . . (80,000)

(130) City of Lemoore: Construct Outdoor public skate park  . . .
(40,000)

(131) Kings Rehabilitation Center: Soccer sports complex  . . .
(40,000)

(132) City of Arvin: Develop soccer field-Smothermon Park  . . .
(50,000)

(133) Wasco Recreation and Parks District: Playground renovation
for three parks. ONE PARK.  . . . (40,000)

(134) Rio Mesa High School: swimming pool construction  . . .
(250,000)

3790-101-0005--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund, to be available for
expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2002-03 fiscal years  .
.
. 64,730,000

Schedule:

(a) 80.25-Recreational Grants  . . . 64,730,000

(1) Alliance of Redding Museums: Turtle Bay Museums and the
Arboretum on the River  . . . (14,169,000)

(2) California Academy of the Sciences: Capital Improvements  . . .
(9,446,000)

(3) Delta Science Center: Marine and Delta Aquatic Education and
Interpretive Programs  . . . (1,889,000)

(4) Department of Food and Agriculture: California Division of Fairs
and Expositions  . . . (4,015,000)

(5) Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana: Capital Improvements  . .

. (9,446,000)

(6) East Bay Regional Park District: Completion of Bike Trail in the
City of Concord  . . . (945,000)

(7) East Bay Regional Park District: Completion of Iron Horse Trail
.
. . (260,000)

(8) City of Huntington Beach: Storm drain modification to mitigate
pollution impact on state beaches  . . . (945,000)

(9) Kern County Museum: Enhancement of the two-acre historical
exhibit  . . . (3,306,000)

(10) City and County of San Francisco: Golden Gate  Park  . . .
(14,169,000)

(11) Western Center Community Foundation: Restoration, study, and
curation of paleontological, archaeological, and historical resource
site protection  . . . (4,723,000)

(12) City of Whittier: Completion of bicycle and pedestrian trail
systems to major urban public transportation systems  . . .
(1,417,000)

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for
encumbrance for three years after the date upon which it first became

available for encumbrance. Disbursements in liquidation of
encumbrances shall be made before or during five years following the
last day the appropriation is available for encumbrance.

2. The funds available in Schedule (4) shall be provided as a grant
to
the Department of Food and Agriculture in accordance with paragraph
(5) of subdivision (d) of Section 5096.339 of the Public Resources
Code. 

3790-101-0262--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund, to be
available for expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03
fiscal  years  . . . 2,398,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants  . . . 2,398,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated by this item shall be available only for
projects submitted to the Department of Parks and Recreation for
consideration during the evaluation process for the Habitat
Conservation Fund Program.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304(c) of the Government Code,
funding appropriated in this item shall be subject to the reversion
requirements provided in Section 16304.1 of the Government Code.

3790-101-0263--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund, for
grants to cities, counties, federal agencies or special districts, as

specified in Section 5090.50 of the Public Resources Code, to be
available for expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03
fiscal years  . . . 13,500,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.12-OHV Grants  . . . 13,500,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding  Section 16304(c)   
subdivision (c)
of Section 16304   of the Government Code, funding
appropriated in this item shall be subject to the reversion
requirements provided in Section 16304.1 of the Government
Code. 

2. At least 30 days prior to the expenditure of any of the funds
appropriated in this item, the Department of Parks and Recreation
shall provide written notice to the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative
Budget Committee of the proposed recipients of the grants to be made
from those funds. 

3790-101-0858--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Recreational Trails Fund, to be
available for expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03
fiscal years  . . . 4,000,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.12-OHV Grants  . . . 1,200,000

(2) 80.25-Recreational Grants  . . . 2,800,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedules (1) and (2) shall be available

for expenditure for local assistance or capital outlay.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304(c) of the Government Code funding
appropriated in this item shall be subject to the reversion
requirements provided in Section 16304.1 of the Government Code.

3. Of the funds appropriated, the department may allocate, to the
maximum extent allowable under federal law, the amount necessary to
provide for the department's costs to administer these grants.

4. Grants may be made to non-profit organizations and government
entities.

3790-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, to be available for
expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03 fiscal years  . .

. 2,375,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants  . . . 2,000,000

(2) 80.30-Historic Preservation Grants  . . . 375,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 16304(c) of the Government Code,
funding appropriated in this item shall be subject to the reversion
requirements provided in Section 16304.1 of the Government
Code. 

3790-101-6015--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the River Protection Subaccount, to be
available for expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2002-03
fiscal years  . . . 1,500,000

Schedule:

(a) 80.25-Recreational Grants  . . . 1,500,000

(1) County of Sacramento: American River Parkway  . . . (500,000)

(2) City of San Jose: Guadalupe River Parkway  . . . (1,000,000)

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item shall be available for encumbrance

for 3 years after the date upon which it first became available for
encumbrance. Disbursements in liquidation of encumbrances shall be
made before or during 5 years following the last day the
appropriation
is available for encumbrance.

3790-102-0005--For local assistance, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2000 pursuant to the
Murray-Hayden Urban Parks and Youth Service Program, to be
available for expenditure during the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03
fiscal years  . . . 26,347,000

Schedule:

(a) 80.25-Recreational Grants  . . . 26,347,000

(1) California Alliance for Boys and Girls Clubs City of Los Angeles
. . . (10,000,000)

(2) City of Los Angeles: Arroyo Seco Confluence Park  . . .
(5,000,000)

(3) City of Los Angeles: Compton-Slauson Natural Park  . . .
(1,000,000)

(4) City of Los Angeles: Hansen Dam Bluffs  . . . (700,000)

(5) City of Los Angeles: Soccer Complex at Hansen Dam  . . .
(322,000)

(6) City of Los Angeles: Ted Watkins Park  . . . (825,000)

(7) City of Maywood: Los Angeles River Parkway  . . . (2,500,000)

(8) City of Oakland: Sanborn Park  . . . (1,500,000)

(9) City of Oakland: Union Point Park  . . . (1,500,000)

(10) City of Oakland: West Oakland Playgrounds  . . . (600,000)

(11) City of San Diego: North Chollas Park  . . . (2,000,000)

(12) City of San Francisco: India Basin Shoreline Park  . . .
(400,000)

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated shall be available for encumbrance for 3 years
after the date upon which the appropriated funds first became
available for encumbrance. Disbursements in liquidation of
encumbrances shall be made before or during 5 years following the
last day the appropriation is available for encumbrance. 

3790-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Parks and
Recreation  . . .  3,849,000 
 4,152,000 

Schedule:

(1) 90.8J.600-Columbia SHP: Knapp Block Rehabilitation--Working
drawings  . . . 251,000

(2) 90.8D.101-Donner Memorial SP: Replace Restrooms and Water
System--Preliminary plans  . . .  74,000 
 155,000 

(3) 90.47.100-Lake Oroville SRA: Sewer System
Rehabilitation--Construction  . . . 2,001,000

(4) 90.CB.600-Morro Bay SP: Campground and Day Use
Rehabilitation--Working drawings  . . . 260,000

(5) 90.5T.600-Sonoma Coast SB: Trail Rehabilitation and
Development--Studies and preliminary plans  . . . 152,000

(6) 90.RS.401-Statewide: Acquisition and Prebudget Appraisal
Costs--Acquisition  . . . 50,000

(7) 90.RS.402-Statewide: Inholding Purchases--State Park
System--Acquisition  . . . 500,000

(8) 90.9F.605-Sugar Pine Point SP: Rehabilitate Day Use
Area--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . .  245,000

 353,000 

(9) 90.8E.101-Tahoe SRA: Truckee River Outlet Parcel Restoration
and Rehabilitation--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . .

316,000 
 430,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Parks and Recreation may exercise the same authority granted to the
Division of the State Architect and the Office of Real Estate and
Design Services in the Department of General Services to plan,
design, construct, and administer contracts and professional services

for Schedules (1), (3), (4), and (5) of this item.

2. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (8) of this item, $18,000
for
agency-retained items shall be available for expenditure through June

30, 2002.

3. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (9) of this item, $26,000
for
agency retained items shall be available for expenditure through June

30, 2002.

4. Funds appropriated in Schedule (6) of this item are available for
appraisals and other acquisition-related costs associated with real
property donations and other acquisitions funded by 
non-state
  nonstate   sources.

 5. To the extent that the Department of Parks and Recreation
receives reimbursement from the Lake Oroville Area Public Utility
District for prior year operating and maintenance expenses for the
sewer system shared with the district and incurred prior to July 1,
2000, those funds shall be remitted to the department for deposit by
the Controller in the General Fund, notwithstanding subdivision (b)
of
Section 5010 of the Public Resources Code.

3790-301-0005--For capital outlay, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 182,608,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.BC.101-New Brighton State Beach: Rehabilitate Campgound
and Day Use--Study and preliminary plans  . . . 245,000

(2) 90.CG.101-Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park: Park Entrance and Day
Use Redevelopment--Study  . . . 497,000

(3) 90.CO.101-Henry W. Coe State Park: Day Use Development at
Dowdy Ranch--Preliminary plans  . . . 278,000

(4) 90.EC.101-Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area: Acquisitions and
Improvements--Acquisition and construction  . . . 32,500,000

(5) 90.EU.120-Bolsa Chica State Beach: Replace Restrooms and
Concession Facilities--Preliminary plans, working drawings, and
construction  . . . 7,943,000

(6) 90.E4.101-Chino Hills State Park: Entrance Road--Study  . . .
261,000

(7) 90.E4.102-Chino Hills State Park: Public Use
Facilities--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 337,000

(8) 90.GI.101-Crystal Cove State Park: El Morro Mobilehome Park
Conversion--Study and preliminary plans  . . . 2,118,000

(9) 90.RS.409-Statewide 2000 Bond Opportunity Purchases: State
Park System--Acquisition  . . . 5,000,000

(10) 90.RS.415-Statewide 2000 Bond Redwood Acquisition
Program--Acquisition  . . . 5,000,000

(11) 90.RS.416-Statewide 2000 Bond Habitat Acquisition
Program--Acquisition  . . . 10,000,000

(12) 90.RS.602-Statewide Budget Development--Study  . . . 500,000

(13) 90.2Y.101-Patrick's Point State Park: Campground and Day Use
Rehabilitation--Preliminary plans  . . . 129,000

(14) 90.FW.100-Topanga State Park: Topanga Canyon--Acquisition  .
. . 40,000,000

(15) 90.CO.402-Henry W. Coe State Park: Mount
Hamilton--Acquisition  . . . 12,000,000

(16) 90.KV.100-Los Angeles River Parkway Project: Acquisition and
Development--Acquisition and Construction  . . . 40,000,000

(16.5) Los Angeles River Parkway Project: Taylor Yard Acquisition
and Development--Acquisition and Construction  . . . 5,000,000

(17) 90.EX.102-Malibu Creek State Park: Liberty
Canyon--Acquisition  . . . 2,500,000

(18) 90.8U.102-Folsom Lake State Recreation Area: Proposed
Additions--Acquisition  . . . 4,000,000

(19) 90.FO.100-Leo Carrillo State Beach: Proposed
Additions--Acquisition  . . . 1,300,000

(20) 90.C9.100-Montana de Oro State Park: Irish Hills--Acquisition  .

. . 13,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funding
appropriated in Schedule (4) of this item for the Kenneth Hahn State
Recreation Area shall be available for expenditure by the Baldwin
Hills Conservancy for these purposes if legislation creating the
Conservancy as a state agency is chaptered prior to January 1, 2001.

If the Conservancy is not so authorized, the funds shall be expended
by the Department of Parks and Recreation for the same purpose. The
funds appropriated for this item shall be subject to the oversight of
the
State Property Acquisition Law and the State Public Works Board
pursuant to Sections 13332.11 and Sections 15850 to 15866,
inclusive, of the Government Code.

2. The funds appropriated by Schedule (12) of this item shall be used

to develop design information or cost information for new projects
for
which funds have not been appropriated previously, but which are
anticipated to be included in the Governor's Budget for the 2001-02
or
2002-03 fiscal year.

3. The funds appropriated in Schedule (16) of this item for the Los
Angeles River Parkway Acquisition and Development project shall
not be available for expenditure until the Department of Parks and
Recreation has completed the Los Angeles River Parkway Project:
Taylor Yard Acquisition and Development project set forth in
Schedule (16.5) of this item. 

3790-301-0140--For capital outlay, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund  . . . 256,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.HA.105-Anza-Borrego Desert SP: General Plan--Study  . . .
256,000

3790-301-0262--For capital outlay, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund  . . .
2,500,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.RS.406-Habitat Conservation: Proposed
Additions--Acquisition   . . . 1,000,000

(2) 90.RS.407-Santa Lucia Mountains: Proposed
Additions--Acquisition  . . . 1,500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item shall be
expended for state park acquisitions located in the Klamath-Siskiyou,

Sierra Foothills  and Low Coastal Mountain, Southwest Mountain and
Valley, and Sierra Nevada Landscape Provinces.

3790-301-0263--For capital outlay, Department of Parks and
Recreation, payable from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund  . . .
13,054,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.7K.601-Carnegie SVRA: Alameda/Tesla--Working drawings
and construction  . . . 1,200,000

(3) 90.7K.101-Carnegie SVRA: Mitchell Ravine--Acquisition  . . .
9,000,000

(4) 90.7C.101-Oceano Dunes SVRA: Pier Avenue Lots--Study and
acquisition  . . . 600,000

(5) 90.RS.706-South Cow Mountain Project--Study and acquisition  .
. . 1,400,000

(6) 90.RS.605-Statewide: OHV Budget Package/Schematic
Planning--Study  . . . 30,000

(7) 90.RS.206-Statewide: OHV Minor Capital Outlay--Minor
Projects  . . . 424,000

(8) 90.RS.405-Statewide: OHV Opportunity Purchase/Prebudget
Appraisal--Acquisition  . . . 400,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in Schedule (6) shall be used to develop design

information or cost information for new projects for which funds have

not been appropriated previously, but which are anticipated to be
included in the Governor's Budget for the 2001-02 or 2002-03 fiscal
year.

2. To the extent they are expended for acquisitions, the funds
appropriated in Schedule (8) shall be available for inholding
acquisitions, parcels adjacent to existing state vehicular recreation

areas or parcels available through tax default that fall within the
department's five-year plan for program expansion.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Parks and Recreation may exercise the same authority granted to the
Division of the State Architect and the Office of Real Estate and
Design Services in the Department of General Services to plan,
design, construct, and administer contracts and professional services

for
Schedule (1) of this item.

 3790-302-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Parks and
Recreation  . . . 150,000

Schedule:

(1) 90.EC.401-Kenneth B. Hahn State Recreation Area:
Expansion-Study  . . . 150,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are from Schedule (1.25) of
Item 3790-302-0001 of the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)
to fund additional work on the Master Plan, consistent with the
purposes set forth in Chapter 752 of the Statutes of 1999. 

3790-401--For the 2000-01 fiscal year, the balance as of July 1,
2000, deposits in, and accruals to the Conservation and Enforcement
Services Account in the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund shall be
transferred by the State Controller to the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust
Fund. All funds transferred pursuant to this item shall be available
for
expenditure by the Department of Parks and Recreation for purposes
of conservation and enforcement activities pursuant to Sections 23
and
25 of Chapter 1027 of the Statutes of 1987 which are authorized for
expenditure within Items 3790-001-0263, 3790-101-0263, and
3790-301-0263. The Controller shall make the transfers quarterly or
at such intervals as determined neces-sary to meet the cash-flow
needs of the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund.

 3790-490--Reappropriation, Department of Parks and
Recreation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances
of the appropriations provided in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless
otherwise specified, provided for the appropriations:

(1) Item 3790-301-0001(1), Budget Act of 1998, (Ch. 324, Stats.
1998) as reappropriated in Item 3790-490(5) Budget Act of 1999.

(1) 90.CB.600--Morro Bay SP: Campground and Day Use
Rehabilitation--Preliminary plans

(2) Item 3790-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999,  (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(1) 90.CB.600--Morro Bay SP: Campground and Day Use Area
Rehabilitation--Preliminary plans

(7.1) 90.47.100 Lake Oroville SRA: Sewer System
Rehabilitation--Working drawings, pursuant to Item 3790-301-0001,
Provisions 3 and 4, Budget Act of 1999, (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999).

(3) Item 3790-302-0001, Budget Act of 1999,  (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(1.1) 90.9H.120 Colonel Allenworth State Historic Park:
Restoration--Preliminary plans, working drawings, and construction,
provided that the funds shall be available for expenditure until June

30, 2002.

0263--Off Highway Vehicle Trust Fund

(1) Item 3790-301-0263(1), Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats.
1997).

(1) 90.C7.400, Ocotillo Wells SVRA: Eastern
Acquisition--Acquisition

0516--Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund

(1) Item 3790-301-164(1), Budget Act of 1993 (Ch. 55, Stats. 1993),
as transferred to the General Fund (Item 3790-801-0001) per Section
16346 of the Government Code, and reappropriated in Item 3790-490,
Budget Acts of 1994 (Ch. 139, Stats. 1994), 1995 (Ch. 303, Stats.
1995), 1996 (Ch. 162, Stats. 1996), and 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997).


(1) 90.RS.130 Statewide: Dispatch Centers Program--Equipment,
provided that the funds may be used for NORCOM Dispatch Center as
reflected in the revised estimate of February 28, 1995. 

3790-491--Reappropriation, Department of Parks and Recreation.
Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, the unliquidated
encumbrance for the appropriation provided in the following citation
is reappropriated for liquidation until June 30, 2001. The
unencumbered balance shall not be available for encumbrance.

0156--California Heritage Fund

(1) Item 3790-101-156, Budget Act of 1995, provided that these funds
shall be used for the Economic Development Corporation of
Mariposa project and provided that, notwithstanding Section
16304(c) of the Government Code, funding reappropriated by this
item shall be subject to the reversion requirements provided in
Section 16304.1 of the Government Code.

0786--California Wildlife, Coastal and Park Land Conservation Fund
of 1988

(1) Item 3790-111-786, Budget Act of 1995, for transfer to the
California Heritage Fund, from the California Wildlife, Coastal, and
Park Land Conservation Fund of 1988 for the Department of Parks and
Recreation.

3810-001-0140--For support of Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the California Environmental License
Plate Fund  . . . 629,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy  . . . 629,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Article 4 (commencing with Section 11040) of
Chapter 1 of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code,
the Attorney General shall continue to provide legal services to the
Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy consistent with the manner in
which the Attorney General provides legal services to state agencies
that are funded by appropriations made from the General Fund.

2. (a) The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy shall not encumber
state appropriated funds for the purchase or acquisition of real
property directly or through any public agency intermediary,
including
the State Public Works Board, that requires the payment of interest
costs, or late fees or penalties, unless the conservancy certifies
all of
the following:
(1) that the purchase is necessary to implement an acquisition
identified in the high-priority category of the work program
submitted
annually to the Legislature pursuant to Section 33208 of the Public

   Resources Code, or amendments made thereto,
(2) that the purchase agreement does not involve interest payments or

terms in excess of those that the State Public Works Board may enter
into pursuant to Section 15854.1 of the Government Code, and
(3) that the purchase agreement does not commit the state to future
appropriations.

(b) The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy shall report
periodically to the Legislature, but no less frequently than twice
yearly, concerning the status of any purchases certified as required
in
(a) and the amount of state funds thus far encumbered for interest,
penalties, or other principal surcharges.



3810-301-0005--For capital outlay, Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Fund  . . . 17,500,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item are available for encumbrance for either capital outlay
or
local assistance through the 2002-03 fiscal year. 

3810-301-0941--For capital outlay, Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
Fund  . . . 0

(1) 50.20.001-Capital Outlay acquisitions  . . . 50,000

(2) Reimbursements  . . . -50,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

by this item are available for encumbrance for either capital outlay
or
local assistance through the 2002-03 fiscal year. 

3810-301-6015--For capital outlay, Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the River Protection Subaccount  . . .
5,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item are available for encumbrance for either capital outlay
or
local assistance through the 2002-03 fiscal year. 

3820-001-0001--For support of San Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission  . . . 3,807,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Bay Conservation and Development  . . . 4,516,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -633,000

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3820-001-0890)  . . . -76,000

3820-001-0890--For support of San Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to Item 3820-001-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 76,000

3825-001-0140--For support of San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles
Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 243,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains
Conservancy  . . . 243,000

Provisions:

1. Acquisitions and enhancements administered pursuant to this item
shall not be undertaken if they would require increased state funds
for
management purposes.

3830-001-0140--For support of San Joaquin River Conservancy,
payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . .
221,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-San Joaquin River Conservancy  . . . 221,000

Provisions:

1. Acquisitions and enhancements administered pursuant to this item
shall not be undertaken if they would require increased state funds
for
management purposes.

3840-001-0140--For support of Delta Protection Commission,
payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . .
155,000

3840-001-0516--For support of Delta Protection Commission,
payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund  . . .
184,000

3850-001-0140--For support of Coachella Valley Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the California Environmental License
Plate Fund  . . . 105,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy  . . . 252,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -112,000

(c) Amount payable from the Coachella Valley Mountains
Conservancy Fund (Item 3850-001-0296)  . . . -35,000

Provisions:

1. Acquisitions and enhancements administered pursuant to this item
shall not be undertaken if they would require increased state funds
for
management purposes.

3850-001-0296--For support of Coachella Valley Mountains
Conservancy, for payment to Item 3850-001-0140, payable from the
Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy Fund  . . . 35,000 

3850-301-0005--For capital outlay, Coachella Valley Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 4,854,000

Schedule:

(1) Coachella Valley Mountains Acquisition and Enhancement
Projects and Costs  . . . 10,000,000

(2) Reimbursements  . . . -5,146,000 

3860-001-0001--For support of Department of Water Resources  . . .
 66,880,000 
 93,860,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Continuing Formulation of the California Water Plan  . . .

61,277,000 
 66,279,000 

(ax) 15-CalFed Bay-Delta Program  . . .  32,565,000 

 57,565,000 

(b) 20-Implementation of the State Water Resources Development
System  . . .  3,015,000 
 3,065,000 

(c) 30-Public Safety and Prevention of Damage  . . . 
29,052,000

 40,718,000 

(d) 40-Services  . . . 4,869,000

(e) 50.01-Management and Administration  . . . 50,459,000

(f) 50.02-Distributed Management and Administration  . . .
-50,459,000 

(f1) Less funding provided from Item 3860-301-0001  . . . -206,000

(f2) Less funding provided from Item 3860-301-6008  . . . -1,295,000

(f3) Less funding provided from Item 3860-301-6010  . . . -400,000


(g) Reimbursements  . . .  -9,825,000 
 -10,825,000 

(h) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3860-001-0140)  . . . -762,000

(i) Amount payable from the Central Valley Project Improvement
Subaccount (Item 3860-001-0404)  . . .  -15,010,000 

 -4,344,000 

(j) Amount payable from the Delta Levee Rehabilitation Subaccount
(Item 3860-001-0409)  . . .  -1,731,000 
 -4,231,000 

(k) Amount payable from the Feasibility Projects Subaccount (Item
3860-001-0445)  . . . -2,865,000

(l) Amount payable from the Water Conservation and Groundwater
Recharge Subaccount (Item 3860-001-0446)  . . . -317,000

(m) Amount payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account
(Item 3860-001-0465)  . . . -1,683,000

(n) Amount payable from the Local Projects Subaccount (Item
3860-001-0543)  . . . -234,000

(o) Amount payable from the Sacramento Valley Water Management
and Habitat Protection Subaccount (Item 3860-001-0544)  . . .
-270,000

(p) Amount payable from the 1984 State Clean Water Bond Fund
(Item 3860-001-0740)  . . . -2,000

(q) Amount payable from the 1986 Water Conservation and Water
Quality Bond Fund (Item 3860-001-0744)  . . . -137,000

(r) Amount payable from the 1988 Water Conservation Fund (Item
3860-001-0790)  . . . -195,000

(s) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3860-001-0890)  . . . -30,210,000

(t) Amount payable from the Renewable Resources Investment Fund
(Item 3860-001-0940)  . . . -657,000 

(u) Amount payable from the Floodplain Mapping Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6003)  . . . -2,725,000

(v) Amount payable from the Flood Protection Corridor Subaccount
(Item 3860-001-6005)  . . . -1,762,000

(w) Amount payable from the Urban Stream Restoration Subaccount
(Item 3860-001-6007)  . . . -447,000

(y) Amount payable from the Yuba Feather Flood Protection
Subaccount (Item 3860-001-6010)  . . . -978,000

(z) Amount payable from the Arroyo Pasajero Watershed Subaccount
(Item 3860-001-6011)  . . . -50,000

(z1) Amount payable from the Water and Watershed Education
Subaccount (Item 3860-001-6014)  . . . -2,850,000

(z2) Amount payable from the River Protection Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6015)  . . . -10,000,000

(z3) Amount payable from the Water Conservation Account (Item
3860-001-6023)  . . . -1,191,000 

Provisions:

1. The amounts appropriated in Items 3860-001-0001 to
3860-001-0940, inclusive, shall be transferred to the Water
Resources Revolving Fund (0691) for direct expenditure in such
amounts as the Department of Finance may authorize, including
cooperative work with other agencies.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $20 million shall be
available for Integrated Storage In  vestigations. If any
off-stream
storage construction should proceed, beneficiaries shall be required
to reimburse all prior planning expenditures from the General Fund.

  vestigations pursuant to the following schedule:

(a) North of Delta offstream storage  . . . 8,100,000

(b) Surface and groundwater conjunctive use  . . . 4,800,000

(c)  In-Delta and south of Delta storage  . . . 3,000,000

(d) Onstream storage enlargement  . . . 1,700,000

(e) Fish barrier removal  . . . 1,500,000

(f) Comprehensive storage strategy  . . . 600,000

(g) Hydropower facilities reoperation  . . . 300,000

3. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the Director of Finance

may, pursuant to a request by the Department of Water Resources,
authorize a transfer of an amount available for expenditure from one
scheduled element to one or more of the other scheduled elements.
Any transfer may be authorized pursuant to this provision not sooner
than 30 days after notification in writing of the transfer is
provided to
the chairperson of the committee in each house of the Legislature
that
considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance determine. The notification to the
Legislature shall provide the reason for the transfer. If any storage

construction should proceed, beneficiaries shall be required to
reimburse all prior planning expenditures from the General Fund.

4. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Water
Resources, in cooperation with the Secretary of the Resources
Agency, the United States Secretary of the Interior and the CALFED
organization, prepare a crosscut budget for CALFED for display in
the Governor's Budget for the 2001-02 fiscal year and annually
thereafter. The display, which shall be for informational purposes
only, shall include a comprehensive, project-level crosscut budget,
covering prior-year actuals, current-year estimates and budget-year
proposals, which identify, by responsible agency, all expenditures
within the state and federal governments used to achieve the
objectives identified within the CALFED program (including, but not
limited to, ecosystem restoration, water quality, water conservation,

water recycling, water transfers, levees, watershed management,
storage, conveyance, and monitoring) whether or not those
expenditures are integrated in the planning and financial allocation
process used by CALFED.

5. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item, $382,000
shall be for support of the North Coast Watershed Assessment. These
funds may not be expended unless Assembly Bill 717 of the
1999-2000 Regular Session or another statute is enacted, and the
Secretary for Resources certifies in writing to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee that the legislation contains, at a minimum, all of
the following:

(a) Interim prescriptions applicable to commercial timber harvesting
and related road building activities that are protective of habitat
for
coho salmon and steelhead trout listed by the National Marine
Fisheries Service pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act of
1973 (16 U.S.C. Sec. 1531 et seq.).

(b) Provisions requiring that any watershed assessment that is
prepared by the state or any private party to formulate any timber
harvesting prescriptions that would be used in lieu of paragraph (a),

will include an opportunity for public review and comment, and be
conducted using a methodology that does all of the following:

(i) Has been subject to public review, and has been peer reviewed
and certified as appropriate for use in California by an independent
team of qualified and independent scientists.

(ii) Includes procedures for identifying limiting factors, including
habitat goals and objectives within each watershed.

(iii) Will produce recommendations for land use prescriptions and
mitigation measures necessary to protect salmonids.

(c) Incentives that assist landowners in accomplishing the goals of
salmon protection.

6. (a) Of the funds appropriated in this item, $25,000,000 shall be
available for activities consistent with the Record of Decision
certified by the Secretary for Resources. None of these funds may be
encumbered or expended prior to such certification.

(b) None of the funds identified in (a) of this provision may be
encumbered or expended prior to the approval by the Department of
Finance of an expenditure plan that details the projects and
activities
to be undertaken. The plan must be consistent with the Record of
Decision and may include, but not be limited to, an environmental
water account, watershed protection, and water conservation.

(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds identified
in
paragraph (a) are available for expenditure for support, local
assistance, or capital outlay. 

3860-001-0140--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 762,000

3860-001-0404--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Central Valley
Project Improvement Subaccount  . . .  15,010,000 
 4,344,000 

3860-001-0409--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Delta Levee
Rehabilitation Subaccount  . . .  1,731,000 
 4,231,000 

3860-001-0445--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Feasibility Projects
Subaccount  . . . 2,865,000

3860-001-0446--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Water
Conservation and Groundwater Recharge Subaccount  . . . 317,000

3860-001-0465--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Energy Resources
Programs Account   . . . 1,683,000

3860-001-0543--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Local Projects
Subaccount  . . . 234,000

3860-001-0544--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Sacramento Valley
Water Management and Habitat Protection Subaccount  . . . 270,000

3860-001-0740--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the 1984 State Clean
Water Bond Fund  . . . 2,000

3860-001-0744--For support of the Department of Water Resources,
for payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the 1986 Water
Conservation and Water Quality Bond Fund  . . . 137,000

3860-001-0790--For support of the Department of Water Resources,
for payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the 1988 Water
Conservation Fund  . . . 195,000

3860-001-0890--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 30,210,000

3860-001-0940--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Renewable
Resources Investment Fund  . . . 657,000 

3860-001-6003--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Floodplain
Mapping Subaccount  . . . 2,725,000

3860-001-6005--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Flood Protection
Corridor Subaccount  . . . 1,762,000

3860-001-6007--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Urban Stream
Restoration Subaccount  . . . 447,000

3860-001-6010--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Yuba Feather
Flood Protection Subaccount  . . . 978,000

3860-001-6011--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Arroyo Pasajero
Watershed Subaccount  . . . 50,000

3860-001-6014--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Water and
Watershed Education Subaccount  . . . 2,850,000

3860-001-6015--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the River Protection
Subaccount  . . . 10,000,000

3860-001-6023--For support of Department of Water Resources, for
payment to Item 3860-001-0001, payable from the Water
Conservation Account  . . . 1,191,000 

3860-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources  . . .  10,000,000 
 10,460,000 

Schedule:

(a) 15.10-CalFed Bay-Delta Program  . . . 10,000,000 

(b) Grants  . . . 460,000

(1) City of Whittier: Flomar Drainage Project  . . . (460,000) 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10 million shall be
available for allocation to public water agencies located in the
delta
export service area to match available federal funds to implement
water management and water transfer programs to mitigate water
shortages and water quality impacts. These activities shall include
acquiring water options to stabilize south of the delta water
supplies. 

3860-101-0409--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Delta Levee Rehabilitation Subaccount  .

. . 26,000,000 

3860-101-0446--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Water Conservation and Groundwater
Recharge Subaccount  . . . 14,000,000

3860-101-0543--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Local Projects Subaccount  . . .
10,000,000

3860-101-0544--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Sacramento Valley Water Management
and Habitat Protection Subaccount  . . . 7,879,000

3860-101-0740--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, Program 10.29--Conservation Loans, payable from the
1984 State Clean Water Bond Fund  . . . 120,000

3860-101-0744--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, Program 10.29--Conservation Loans, payable from the
1986 Water Conservation and Water Quality Bond Fund  . . .
2,500,000

3860-101-0790--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, Program 10.29--Conservation Loans, payable from the
1988 Water Conservation Fund  . . . 8,500,000

 3860-101-6005--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Flood Protection Corridor Subaccount  .
. . 35,688,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item shall be available for expenditure during the 2000-01,
2001-02, and 2002-03 fiscal years.

3860-101-6006--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Flood Control Subventions Subaccount  .
. . 42,750,000

3860-101-6007--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Urban Stream Restoration Subaccount  . .

. 2,000,000

3860-101-6009--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the San Lorenzo River Flood Control
Subaccount  . . . 1,900,000

3860-101-6010--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Yuba Feather Flood Protection
Subaccount  . . . 9,450,000

3860-101-6014--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Water and Watershed Education
Subaccount  . . . 1,900,000

3860-101-6015--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the River Protection Subaccount  . . .
7,500,000

3860-101-6023--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Water Conservation Account  . . .
40,000,000

3860-101-6025--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Conjunctive Use Subaccount  . . .
9,500,000

3860-101-6027--For local assistance, Department of Water
Resources, payable from the Interim Water Supply and Water Quality
Infrastructure and Management Subaccount  . . . 161,544,000 

3860-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Water Resources  .
. .  6,500,000 
 11,463,000 

Schedule:

(1) 30.95.010-Sacramento Riverbank Protection Project  . . .
2,500,000

(2) 30.95.030-Merced County Streams  . . . 500,000

(3) 30.95.202-Sacramento/San Joaquin River Basins Comprehensive
Study  . . . 1,450,000

 (3.1) Yuba River Basin Project  . . . 6,533,000 

(4) 30.95.299-Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins-Early
Implementation Projects, Feasibility Study  . . . 1,250,000

(5) 30.95.302-Sutter Basin Feasibility Study  . . . 1,000,000

(6) 30.95.303-Tuolumne River Flood Control Project-Feasibility
Study  . . . 1,200,000

(7) 30.95.306-West Stanislaus Feasibility Study  . . . 650,000

 (7.5) 30.95.309-American River Long-Term Flood Protection
Study  . . . 350,000 

(8) Reimbursements-Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins-Early
Implementation Projects, Feasibility Study  . . . -625,000

(9) Reimbursements-Sutter Basin Feasibility Study  . . . -500,000

(10) Reimbursements-Tuolumne River Flood Control
Project-Feasibility Study  . . . -600,000

(11) Reimbursements-West Stanislaus Feasibility Study  . . . -325,000


 (12) Reimbursements-Yuba River Basin Project  . . . -1,920,000


Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated by this item may be expended for the
acquisition of land, easements, and rights-of-way, including, but not

limited to, borrow pits, spoil areas, and easements for levees,
clearing, flood control works, and flowage, and for appraisals,
surveys, and engineering studies necessary for the completion or
operation of the projects in the Sacramento and San Joaquin
watersheds as authorized by Section 8617.1 and Chapters 1
(commencing with Section 12570), 2 (commencing with Section
12639), 3 (commencing with Section 12800), 3.5 (commencing with
Section 12840), and 4 (commencing with Section 12850) of Part 6 of
Division 6 of the Water Code.

2. The amounts appropriated in this item are also for advances to the

federal government or payments to the federal government or others
for incidental construction or reconstruction items that are an
obligation of the state in connection with the completion or
operation
of the projects and for materials and necessary construction,
reconstruction, relocation, or alterations to highways, railroads,
bridges, powerlines, communication lines, pipelines, irrigation
works, and other structures  and facilities and for appraisals,
surveys,
and engineering studies incidental thereto.

3. The funds appropriated in this item include funding for
preliminary
plans, working drawings, construction supervision, contract
administration, and other work activities to be performed by
Department of Water Resources personnel in completion of the
projects.

4. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, funds may be
transferred,
with the approval of the Department of Finance, between projects
specified in this item and other Department of Water Resources major
capital outlay projects with an active appropriation. The Director of

Finance shall notify, in writing, the chairperson of the committee in

each house that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, within 30 days, or such lesser
time as the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or

his or her designee, may determine, prior to any transfer.

3860-301-0413--For capital outlay, Department of Water Resources,
payable from the South Delta Barriers Subaccount  . . . 1,000,000

Schedule:

(1) 10.95.015 South Delta Barriers Program  . . . 1,000,000 

3860-301-6008--For capital outlay, Department of Water Resources,
payable from the State Capital Protection Subaccount  . . .
20,000,000

Schedule:

(1) American River Flood Control Project Phase I: Commons
Elements  . . . 9,895,000

(2) Magpie Creek Small Flood Control Project  . . . 2,063,000

(3) American River Flood Control Project--Natomas Features  . . .
2,840,000

(4) South Sacramento County Streams  . . . 9,967,000

(5) Folsom Dam Modifications Project  . . . 2,100,000

(6) Reimbursements  . . . -6,865,000

3860-301-6010--For capital outlay, Department of Water Resources,
payable from the Yuba Feather Flood Protection Subaccount  . . .
2,500,000

Schedule:

(1) Colusa Basin Watershed Flood Protection Program  . . . 2,500,000

3860-490--Reappropriation, Department of Water Resources. The
balance of the amounts appropriated in the following citations are
hereby reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the
limitations,
unless otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations, and

     shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2001.

0001--General Fund

Item 3860-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(7) 30.95.286-Middle Creek Restoration Feasibility Study

(8) 30.95.290-Hamilton City Feasibility Study

(9) 30.95.295-Tehama Feasibility Study

As reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324,
Stats. 1998)

(8) 30.95.250-Yuba River Preconstruction Engineering and Design
Work--Preliminary plans and working drawings

Item 3860-301-0001, Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997)

(4) 30.95.215-Lower Sacramento Area Levee Reconstruction Project

(5) 30.95.220-Upper Sacramento Area Levee Reconstruction Project

Chapter 2 of the Statutes of 1997-Sacramento River PL 84-99/San
Joaquin River PL 84-99 Flood Damage Repair Funds 30.95.111

Chapter 5 of the Statutes of 1997

(e) 30.95.085-Cache Creek Settling Basin

(g) 30.95.155-Mid-Valley Area Levee Reconstruction Project

(h) 30.90.065-Mallot Road Bridge Construction 

                              CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY

3900-001-0001--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044  . . .  79,517,000 
 89,117,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $50,000,000 shall be used

to replace pre-1977 diesel school buses with new buses that are
powered by low-polluting alternative fuels.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $900,000 shall be used to

evaluate indoor air quality in portable classrooms.

3900-001-0044--For support of State Air Resources Board, payable
from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund  . . .
58,380,000

Schedule:

(a) 15-Mobile Source  . . .  132,503,000 
 142,103,000 

(b) 25-Stationary Source  . . . 47,169,000

(c) 30.01-Program Direction and Support  . . . 9,942,000

(d) 30.02-Distributed Program Direction and Support  . . . -9,942,000


(e) Reimbursements  . . . -5,301,000

(f) Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 3900-001-0001)  . . .

 -79,517,000 
 -89,117,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Air Pollution Control Fund (Item
3900-001-0115)  . . . -9,655,000

(h) Amount payable from the Vehicle Inspection and Repair Fund
(Item 3900-001-0421)  . . . -9,955,000

(i) Amount payable from the Air Toxics Inventory and Assessment
Account (Item 3900-001-0434)  . . . -1,298,000

(j) Amount payable from the High Polluter Repair or Removal
Account (Item 3900-001-0582)  . . . -105,000

(k) Amount payable from the Petroleum Violation Escrow Account
(Item 3900-001-0853)  . . . -5,000,000

(l) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3900-001-0890)  . . . -10,461,000

3900-001-0115--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044, payable from the Air Pollution
Control Fund  . . . 9,655,000

3900-001-0421--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044, payable from the Vehicle Inspection
and Repair Fund  . . . 9,955,000

3900-001-0434--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044, payable from the Air Toxics
Inventory and Assessment Account  . . . 1,298,000

3900-001-0582--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044, payable from the High Polluter
Repair or Removal Account  . . . 105,000

3900-001-0853--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044, payable from the Petroleum
Violation Escrow Account  . . . 5,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 shall be used
to assist local transit agencies in the purchase of fuel cell buses
and
shall be available for expenditure through June 30, 2002.

3900-001-0890--For support of State Air Resources Board, for
payment to Item 3900-001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 10,461,000

3900-101-0044--For local assistance, State Air Resources Board, for
assistance to counties in the operation of local air pollution
control
districts, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund  . . .  7,511,000 
 15,111,000 

Schedule:

(a) 35-Subvention  . . .  7,511,000 
 15,111,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $7,600,000 shall only be
expended for enforcement and compliance activities carried out by
local air pollution control districts. It is the intent of the
Legislature
that these funds shall not be used to reduce the fees paid by
permittees
to the local districts. 

3900-301-0115-For capital outlay, State Air Resources Board,
payable from the Air Pollution Control Fund  . . .  259,000

 271,000 

Schedule:

(1) 40.10.001-Haagen-Smit Laboratory Breezeway
Renovation-Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 
259,000 
 271,000 

3910-001-0001--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387  . . .
211,000 

3910-001-0005--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and
Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . . . 255,000 

3910-001-0100--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the California Used Oil Recycling Fund  . . . 4,058,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision  (c)    (d)
 of
Section 48653 of the Public Resources Code, the aggregate of
appropriations from the California Used Oil Recycling Fund may
exceed $3,000,000 during the 2000-01 fiscal year.

3910-001-0226--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the California Tire Recycling Management Fund  . . . 4,737,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

2. Notwithstanding Section 42889 of the Public Resources Code,
expenditures for administration of the Tire Recycling Program may
exceed the limits set forth in subdivisions (a) and (b) of Section
42889 of the Public Resources Code.

3910-001-0281--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the Recycling Market Development Revolving Loan Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund  . . . 6,565,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section  42010    42023.1
 of
the Public Resources Code, $4,000,000 of the funds appropriated in
this item shall be available for expenditure, until June 30, 2003,
for
market development activities undertaken pursuant to Chapter 672 of
the Statutes of 1997, including the development of recycled content
product specifications, the promotion of procurement of recycled
content products, the creation of regional cooperative efforts for
market development, and the enhancement of recycled market
development zone administration.

3910-001-0386--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the Solid Waste Disposal Site Cleanup Trust Fund  . . . 442,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 48020 of the Public Resources Code,
expenditures for administration of the Solid Waste Cleanup Trust
Fund Program may exceed the limits set forth in  paragraph
(2) of
 subdivision (c) of Section 48020 of the Public Resources
Code.

3910-001-0387--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, payable from the Integrated Waste Management
Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund  . . . 37,771,000

Schedule:

(a) 11-Waste  reduction and manage-    Reduction
and
Manage-  ment  . . .  63,053,000 
 63,308,000 

(b) 30.01-Administration  . . . 8,662,000

(c) 30.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -8,662,000

(d) Reimbursements  . . . -670,000

(e) Amount payable from General Fund (Item 3910-001-0001)  . . .
-211,000 

(ex) Amount payable from Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund (Item 3910-001-0005)  .
. . -255,000 

(f) Amount payable from California Used Oil Recycling Fund (Item
3910-001-0100)  . . . -4,058,000

(g) Amount payable from California Used Oil Recycling Fund
(paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) of Section 48653 of the Public
Resources Code)  . . . -4,521,000

(h) Amount payable from California Used Oil Recycling Fund
(paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 48653 of the Public
Resources Code)  . . . -2,336,000

(i) Amount payable from California Used Oil Recycling Fund
(Section 48656 of the Public Resources Code)  . . . -164,000

(j) Amount payable from California Tire Recycling Management Fund
(Item 3910-001-0226)  . . . -4,737,000

(k) Amount payable from Recycling Market Development Revolving
Loan Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund (Item
3910-001-0281)  . . . -6,565,000

(l) Amount payable from Solid Waste Disposal Site Cleanup Trust
Fund (Item 3910-001-0386)  . . . -442,000

(m) Amount payable from the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup
and Abatement Account (Item 3910-001-0558)  . . . -1,022,000

(n) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 3910-001-0890)  .
. . -556,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding  Section 42010    subdivision
(h) of
Section 42023.1   of the Public Resources Code, the California
Integrated Waste Management Board may offset the costs of
administering the revolving loan program for Recycling Market
Development Zones with funds appropriated in this item.

2. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3910-001-0558--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and Abatement
Account  . . . 1,022,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 48100 of the Public Resources Code,
expenditures for administration of the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste
Cleanup and Abatement Grant Program may exceed the limits set forth
in paragraph (3)(A) of subdivision (c) of Section 48100 of the Public

Resources Code.

3910-001-0890--For support of California Integrated Waste
Management Board, for payment to Item 3910-001-0387, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 556,000

3910-003-0100--For transfer by the Controller, upon notification by
the board, of an amount not to exceed the appropriation in this item,

from the California Used Oil Recycling Fund to the Farm and Ranch
Solid Waste Cleanup and Abatement Account pursuant to paragraph
(2)(A) of subdivision (c) of Section 48100 of the Public Resources
Code  . . . (333,000)

3910-003-0226--For transfer by the Controller, upon notification by
the board, of an amount not to exceed the appropriation in this item,

from the California Tire Recycling Management Fund to the Farm and
Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and Abatement Account pursuant to
paragraph (2)(A) of subdivision (c) of Section 48100 of the Public
Resources Code  . . . (333,000)

3910-004-0387--For transfer by the Controller from the Integrated
Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund to
the Solid Waste Disposal Site Cleanup Trust Fund pursuant to
paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 48027 of the Public
Resources Code  . . . (5,000,000)

3910-005-0387--For transfer by the Controller, upon notification by
the board, of an amount not to exceed the appropriation in this item,

from the Integrated Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste
Management Fund to the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and
Abatement Account pursuant to paragraph (2)(A) of subdivision (c) of
Section 48100 of the Public Resources Code  . . . (334,000)

 3910-101-0005--For local assistance, California Integrated
Waste Management Board, payable from the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund  . .

. 2,558,000 

3910-101-0226--For local assistance, California Integrated Waste
Management Board, payable from the California Tire Recycling
Management Fund  . . . 500,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3910-101-0387--For local assistance, California Integrated Waste
Management Board, payable from the Integrated Waste Management
Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund  . . . 4,500,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the total amount of
grants made by the board pursuant to Section 47200 of the Public
Resources Code shall not exceed $3,000,000.

3910-101-0890--For local assistance, California Integrated Waste
Management Board, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .
1,500,000

3930-001-0001--For support of Department of Pesticide Regulation  .
. .  12,800,000 
 18,941,000 

Schedule:

(a) 12-Registration and Health Evaluation  . . .  15,382,000

 15,318,000 

(b) 17-Enforcement, Environmental Monitoring and Data Management
. . .  30,259,000 
 36,463,000 

(c) 20.10-Executive and Administrative Services  . . . 
5,144,000

 5,233,000 

(d) 20.20-Distributed Executive and Administrative Services  . . .
 -5,144,000 
-5,233,000 

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -419,000

(f) Amount payable from the Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund
(Item 3930-001-0106)  . . .  -27,939,000 
 -27,868,000 

(g) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3930-001-0140)  . . . -492,000

(h) Amount payable from the Food Safety Account (Item
3930-001-0224)  . . . -2,026,000

(i) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 3930-0010890)
. . .  -1,965,000 
 -2,035,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $182,000 shall be used to

assist school districts to implement integrated pest management.

 2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be

allocated by the Department of Pesticide Regulation to the University

of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
Program for competitive grants to support sustainable agriculture
research, including, but not limited to, research, outreach, and
demonstration projects related to alternatives to methyl bromide.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be
allocated by the Department of Pesticide Regulation to the University

of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
Program for Biologically Integrated Farming Systems demonstration
projects.

4. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be
allocated by the Department of Pesticide Regulation to the University

of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
Program for information exchange among, and outreach to, agricultural

producers regarding successful sustainable agricultural practices.

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $200,000 shall be
allocated by the Department of Pesticide Regulation to the University

of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
Program for flock management research to determine appropriate
methods of containing the expanding crow roost influx into urban
areas adjacent to agricultural activities. This program is to be
conducted on a pilot basis in Yuba City. This research will be
utilized
by federal agencies to implement a national program of flock
management. 

3930-001-0106--For support of Department of Pesticide Regulation,
for payment to Item 3930-001-0001, payable from the Department of
Pesticide Regulation Fund  . . .  27,939,000 
 27,868,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $426,000 shall be used to

assist school districts to implement integrated pest management.

3930-001-0140--For support of Department of Pesticide Regulation,
for payment to Item 3930-001-0001, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 492,000

3930-001-0224--For support of Department of Pesticide Regulation,
for payment to Item 3930-001-0001, payable from the Food Safety
Account  . . . 2,026,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3930-001-0890--For support of Department of Pesticide Regulation,
for payment to Item 3930-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  1,965,000 
 2,035,000 

3930-003-0106--For transfer by the Controller from the Department
of Pesticide Regulation Fund to the Food Safety Account pursuant to
Section 12846.5 of the Food and Agricultural Code  . . . (1,838,000)

3930-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Pesticide
Regulation  . . . 2,449,000

Schedule:

(a) 17-Enforcement, Environmental Monitoring and Data Management
. . . 13,121,000

(b) Amount payable from the Department of Pesticide Regulation
Fund (Item 3930-101-0106)  . . . -466,000

(c) Amount payable from the Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund
(Section 12844 of the Food and Agricultural Code)  . . . -10,206,000

3930-101-0106--For local assistance, Department of Pesticide
Regulation, for payment to Item 3930-101-0001, payable from the
Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund  . . . 466,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3930-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Pesticide
Regulation, for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of
Section 6 of Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section

17561 of the Government Code, of the costs of any new program or
increased level of service of an existing program mandated by statute

or executive order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . .
225,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.120.089-Pesticide Use Reports (Ch. 1200, Stats. 89)  . . .

225,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

3940-001-0001--For support of State Water Resources Control Board
. . .  73,005,000 
 92,547,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Water Quality  . . .  371,631,000 
 394,539,000 

(b) 20-Water Rights  . . . 12,413,000

(c) 30.01-Administration  . . . 18,201,000

(d) 30.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -18,201,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . .  -9,520,000 
 -9,912,000 

(f) Amount payable from the Unified Program Account (Item
3940-001-0028)  . . . -621,000

(g) Amount payable from the Waste Discharge Permit Fund (Item
3940-001-0193)  . . . -15,457,000

(h) Amount payable from the Exotic Species Control Fund (Item
3940-001-0212)  . . . -238,000

(i) Amount payable from the Environmental Protection Trust Fund
(Item 3940-001-0225)  . . . -1,647,000

(j) Amount payable from the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 3940-001-0235)  . . . -1,993,000

(l) Amount payable from the Integrated Waste Management Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund (Item 3940-001-0387)  . . .
-6,037,000

(m) Amount payable from the State Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-0417)  . . . -481,000

(n) Amount payable from the Small Communities Grant Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-0418)  . . .  -434,000 
 -753,000 

(o) Amount payable from the Water Recycling Subaccount (Item
3940-001-0419)  . . . -144,000

(p) Amount payable from the Drainage Management Subaccount (Item
3940-001-0422)  . . . -74,000

(q) Amount payable from the Delta Tributary Watershed Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-0423)  . . . -220,000

(r) Amount payable from the Seawater Intrusion Control Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-0424)  . . . -36,000

(s) Amount payable from the Underground Storage Tank Tester
Account (Item 3940-001-0436)  . . . -54,000

(t) Amount payable from the Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund
(Item 3940-001-0439)  . . . -241,381,000

(u) Amount payable from the Underground Storage Tank Fund (Item
3940-001-0475)  . . .  -430,000 
-707,000 

(v) Amount payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
(Item 3940-001-0516)  . . . -208,000

(w) Amount payable from the 1984 State Clean Water Bond Fund
(Item 3940-001-0740)  . . . -305,000

(x) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
3940-0010890)  . . . -31,151,000

(y) Amount payable from the Special Deposit Fund (Item
3940-001-0942)  . . . -608,000 

(z) Amount payable from the Watershed Protection Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6013)  . . . -321,000

(aa) Amount payable from the Santa Ana River Watershed Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-6016)  . . . -1,212,000

(bb) Amount payable from the Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto
Watershed Subaccount (Item 3940-001-6017)  . . . -76,000

(cc) Amount payable from the Nonpoint Source Pollution Control
Subaccount (Item 3940-001-6019)  . . . -354,000

(dd) Amount payable from the State Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-6020)  . . . -81,000

(ee) Amount payable from the Wastewater Construction Grant
Subaccount (Item 3940-001-6021)  . . . -21,000

(ff) Amount payable from the Coastal Nonpoint Source Control (Item
3940-001-6022)  . . . -313,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon approval and
order of the Director of Finance, the State Water Resources Control
Board may borrow sufficient funds, from special funds that otherwise
provide support for the  board    Board  ,
for cash
purposes. Any such loans are to be repaid with interest at the rate
earned in the Pooled Money Investment Account.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $272,000 shall be used to

review applications for a hydroelectric project license for
compliance with the federal Clean Water Act. Any fees received from
applicants shall be used to reduce expenditures from the General
Fund.

 3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $150,000 shall be
used to assist the State Water Resources Control Board in carrying
out
the existing comprehensive coastal water resources monitoring and
assessment program for fish and shellfish and to carry out the
reassessment of the commercial fish closure off Palos Verdes Shelf.

4. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item, $581,000
shall be for support of the North Coast Watershed Assessment. These
funds may not be expended unless Assembly Bill 717 of the
1999-2000 Regular Session or another statute is enacted, and the
Secretary for Resources certifies in writing to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee that the legislation contains, at a minimum, all of
the following:

(a) Interim prescriptions applicable to commercial timber harvesting
and related road building activities that are protective of habitat
for
coho salmon and steelhead trout listed by the National Marine
Fisheries Service pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act of
1973 (16 U.S.C. Sec. 1531 et seq.).

(b) Provisions requiring that any watershed assessment that is
prepared by the state or any private party to formulate any timber
harvesting prescriptions that would be used in lieu of paragraph (a),

will include an opportunity for public review and comment, and be
conducted using a methodology that does all of the following:

(i) Has been subject to public review, and has been peer reviewed
and certified as appropriate for use in California by an independent
team of qualified and independent scientists.

(ii) Includes procedures for identifying limiting factors, including
habitat goals and objectives within each watershed.

(iii) Will produce recommendations for land use prescriptions and
mitigation measures necessary to protect salmonids.

(c) Incentives that assist landowners in accomplishing the goals of
salmon protection.

5. By November 30, 2000, the State Board shall prepare and make
publicly available a report on the state's efforts to comply with the

federal Clean Water Act, Section 303(d). The report shall include:

(a) A process which outlines how the State Board and regional boards
shall implement their Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)
requirements consistent with Section 303(d) and, where applicable,
Division VII of the Water Code and other relevant state and federal
laws. This process shall be included in the state's continuing
planning
process required by Section 303(e).

(b) A description of the formal actions taken to date by the State
Board and regional boards to implement federal Clean Water Act
Section 303(d), including the number of TMDLs adopted, the process
and criteria used to develop TMDLs and the watersheds for which
TMDLs have been adopted.

(c) A description of the process the State Board and regional boards
use for taking formal actions pursuant to the requirements of the
federal Clean Water Act, Section 303(d), including actions related to

criteria for prioritizing work.

(d) A description of the activities the State Board and regional
boards
have undertaken to involve the public in their efforts to implement
the
requirements of the federal Clean Water Act Section 303(d).

(e) Consistent with Section 13191 of the Water Code, the anticipated
schedule for water quality control plan amendments the State Board
and regional boards will undertake to implement the federal Clean
Water Act, Section 303(d).

  To the extent interest is expressed by the public, and resources
are
available, each regional board shall establish for each watershed
where a water body is listed as impaired, an Advisory Committee
consisting of the public and interested stakeholders who wish to be
involved in the process of adoption and implementation of the
corrective actions necessary to eliminate the impairment.

  Not later than December 31, 2000, each regional board shall post to

its website all the water bodies listed as impaired for the region as

approved by the United States. Environmental Protection Agency,
including common name, location, and cause of the listing and the
regional boards' best estimate of the expected completion date for
each respective TMDL.

   It is not the intention of these provisions to delay substantive
TMDL
work. 

3940-001-0028--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Unified
Program Account  . . . 621,000

Provisions:

1. It is intended that the total funding provided in this item and
Item
3940-001-0475 be maintained in 2000-01 for the state underground
storage tank regulatory activities. In the event that revenues for
the
Unified Program Account are insufficient to support the appropriation

in this item because of delays in shifting programmatic
responsibilities to certified unified program agencies, this item may

be reduced and a corresponding increase may be made to Item
3940-001-0475, upon approval of the Department of Finance.

  Any funding adjustments to this item or to Item 3940-001-0475
which would result in a total expenditure authorization exceeding the

cumulative appropriation amount of these two items remain subject to
the provisions of Section 27.00.

3940-001-0193--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Waste
Discharge Permit Fund  . . . 15,457,000

3940-001-0212--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Exotic
Species Control Fund  . . . 238,000

3940-001-0225--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Environmental Protection Trust Fund  . . . 1,647,000

3940-001-0235--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Public
Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . .

1,993,000

3940-001-0387--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Integrated Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste Management
Fund  . . . 6,037,000

3940-001-0417--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the State
Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount  . . . 481,000

3940-001-0418--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Small
Communities Grant Subaccount  . . .  434,000 
753,000 

3940-001-0419--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Water
Recycling Subaccount  . . . 144,000

3940-001-0422--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Drainage Management Subaccount  . . . 74,000

3940-001-0423--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Delta
Tributary Watershed Subaccount  . . . 220,000

3940-001-0424--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Seawater Intrusion Control Subaccount  . . . 36,000

3940-001-0436--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank Tester Account  . . . 54,000

3940-001-0439--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund  . . . 241,381,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3940-001-0475--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank  Fund  . . .  430,000 
 707,000 

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 25287 of the Health and
Safety Code, the surcharge to be included in the fee paid to a local
agency by each person who submits an application for a permit to
operate an underground storage tank shall be $56 per tank, during the

2000-01 fiscal year. This surcharge shall be transmitted to the State

Water Resources Control Board and deposited in the Underground
Storage Tank Fund.

3940-001-0516--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Harbors
and Watercraft Revolving Fund  . . . 208,000

3940-001-0740--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the 1984
State Clean Water Bond  Fund  . . . 305,000

3940-001-0890--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund  . . . 31,151,000

3940-001-0942--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Special
Deposit Fund  . . . 608,000

 3940-001-6013--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Watershed Protection Subaccount  . . . 321,000

3940-001-6016--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Santa
Ana River Watershed Subaccount  . . . 1,212,000

3940-001-6017--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the Lake
Elsinore and San Jacinto Watershed Subaccount  . . . 76,000

3940-001-6019--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Subaccount  . . . 354,000

3940-001-6020--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the State
Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount  . . . 81,000

3940-001-6021--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Wastewater Construction Subaccount  . . . 21,000

3940-001-6022--For support of State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-001-0001, payable from the
Nonpoint Source Control Subaccount  . . . 313,000 

3940-011-0740--For transfer by the Controller from the 1984 State
Clean Water Bond Fund to the State Water Pollution Control
Revolving Fund  . . . 1,212,000

 3940-101-0001--For local assistance, State Water Resources
Control Board  . . . 500,000

Schedule:

(1) 10-Water Quality  . . . 258,000,000

(2) Amount payable from the Small Communities Grant Subaccount
(Item 3940-101-0418)  . . . -15,000,000

(3) Amount payable from the Water Recycling Subaccount (Item
3940-101-0419)  . . . -25,000,000

(4) Amount payable from the Watershed Protection Subaccount (Item
3940-101-6013)  . . . -20,000,000

(5) Amount payable from Santa Ana River Watershed Subaccount
(Item 3940-101-6016)  . . . -133,000,000

(6) Amount payable from the Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto
Watershed Subaccount (Item 3940-101-6017)  . . . -8,000,000

(7) Amount payable from Nonpoint Source Pollution Control
Subaccount (Item 3940-101-6019)  . . . -10,000,000

(8) Amount payable from the State Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount
(Item 3940-101-6020)  . . . -6,500,000

(9) Amount payable from the Wastewater Construction Subaccount
(Item 3940-101-6021)  . . . -30,000,000

(10) Amount payable from the Coastal Nonpoint Source Control
Subaccount (Item 3940-101-6022)  . . . -10,000,000

3940-101-0418--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the Small
Communities Grant Subaccount  . . . 15,000,000

3940-101-0419--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the Water
Recycling Subaccount  . . . 25,000,000 

3940-101-0744--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, payable from the 1986 Water Conservation and Water Quality
Bond Fund  . . . 10,000,000

 3940-101-6013--For local assistance, State Water Resources
Control Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the
Watershed Protection Subaccount  . . . 20,000,000

3940-101-6016--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from Santa Ana
River Watershed Subaccount  . . . 133,000,000

3940-101-6017--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the Lake
Elsinore and San Jacinto Watershed Subaccount  . . . 8,000,000

3940-101-6019--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the
Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Subaccount  . . . 10,000,000

3940-101-6020--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the State
Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount  . . . 6,500,000

3940-101-6021--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the
Wastewater Construction Subaccount  . . . 30,000,000

3940-101-6022--For local assistance, State Water Resources Control
Board, for payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable from the Coastal
Nonpoint Source Control Subaccount  . . . 10,000,000 

3960-001-0001--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, for payment to Item 3960-001-0014  . . .  41,114,000


 91,114,000


Provisions:

1. The Director of the Department of Toxic Substances Control may
expend from this item: (a) $16,706,000 for the following activities
at
the Stringfellow Federal Superfund site: (1) operation and
maintenance of pretreatment plants to treat contaminated groundwater
extracted from the site, (2) site maintenance and groundwater
monitoring, and (3) implementation of work to stabilize the site, and

(b) $13,115,000 for the operation of the Illegal Drug Laboratory
Removal Program.

2. Notwithstanding Section 2.00 of this act, the funds appropriated
for
removal and remedial action at the Stringfellow Federal Superfund
site shall be available for encumbrance for three fiscal years
subsequent to the fiscal year in which the funds are appropriated,
and
disbursements in liquidation of encumbrances shall be pursuant to
Section 16304.1 of the Government Code.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,803,000 shall be used
for state oversight costs, including cost recovery, and $1,000,000
for
removal or remedial actions at open and closing military bases. The
expenditure of these funds shall not relieve the federal government
of
the responsibility to pay for all state oversight costs. The
department
shall take all steps necessary to recover these costs from the
federal
government including, but not limited to, filing civil actions
authorized
by state and federal law.

4. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $750,000 shall be used
for
the purposes of emergency response activity pursuant to Section
25354 of the Health and Safety Code, in lieu of the appropriation
made pursuant to that section. 

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $50,000,000 shall be used

for an urban clean-up program to clean up and redevelop
contaminated properties known as brownfields. None of these funds
shall be available for expenditure unless and until a statute is
enacted
authorizing and defining that program and specifying the use of the
funds. 

3960-001-0014--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, payable from the Hazardous Waste Control Account  . . .
35,107,000

Schedule:

(a) 12-Site Mitigation  . . .  75,690,000 
 125,772,000 

(b) 13-Hazardous Waste Management  . . . 43,159,000

(c) 15-Statewide Support  . . . 3,945,000

(d) 19.01-Administration  . . . 27,328,000

(e) 19.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -27,328,000

(f) 20-Science, Pollution Prevention and Technology  . . . 12,713,000


(g) Reimbursements  . . .  -7,643,000 
 -7,725,000 

(h) Amount payable from General Fund (Item 3960-001-0001)  . . .
 -41,114,000 
 -91,114,000 

(i) Amount payable from California Used Oil Recycling Fund (Item
3960-001-0100)  . . . -299,000

(j) Amount payable from Toxic Substances Control Account (Item
3960-001-0557)  . . . -29,258,000

(k) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 3960-001-0890)  .
. . -22,086,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, upon approval and
order of the Director of Finance, the Department of Toxic Substances
Control may borrow sufficient funds from special funds that otherwise

provide support for the department for cash purposes. Any such loans
are to be repaid with interest at the rate earned by the Pooled Money

Investment Account.

2. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, upon request of the
Director of the Department of Toxic Substances Control, and approval
of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall increase the
appropriation in this item in an amount necessary to pay the Board of

Equalization any additional costs the board may incur to make refunds

required by Chapter 737 of the Statutes of 1998, provided sufficient
funds are available for such purposes and the board provides
workload information that justifies the increase.

3960-001-0018--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, payable from the Site Remediation Account  . . . 2,850,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

2. The Director of the Department of Toxic Substances Control shall
report, in writing, not later than 90 days after the end of the
fiscal year
to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the
chairperson of the legislative fiscal committees that act on the
department's budget, the Chairperson of the Environmental Safety and
Toxic Materials Committee of the Assembly, and the Chairperson of
the Environmental Quality Committee of the Senate actions taken
under this provision.

3. Notwithstanding Section 2.00 of the Budget Act, this appropriation

shall be available in accordance with the provisions of Section
25330.2 of the Health and Safety Code.

3960-001-0100--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, for payment to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
California Used Oil Recycling Fund  . . . 299,000

3960-001-0456--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, payable from the Expedited Site Remediation Trust Fund  . .
.
460,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, upon request of the
Department of Toxic Substances Control, and approval by the
Department of Finance, the Controller shall augment the appropriation

in this item to pay costs associated with orphan shares at sites
selected for the Expedited Site Remediation Pilot Program from any
uncommitted funds in the Expedited Site Remediation Trust Fund.

2. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3960-001-0557--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, for payment to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the Toxic
Substances Control Account  . . . 29,258,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3960-001-0890--For support of Department of Toxic Substances
Control, for payment to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 22,086,000

3960-011-0557--For transfer by the Controller from the Toxic
Substances Control Account to the Expedited Site Remediation Trust
Fund  . . . (424,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, upon request of the
Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Controller shall transfer

funds from the Toxic Substances Control Account to the Expedited
Site Remediation Trust Fund, pursuant to Chapter 6.85 (commencing
with Section 25396) of Division 20 of the Health and Safety Code.
The amount of the funds transferred shall not exceed the proceeds of
fines and penalties deposited in the Toxic Substances Control Account

in the 2000-01 fiscal year, exclusive of the fines and penalties
transferred to the Hazardous Substance Account pursuant to Section
25192 of  the Health and Safety Code for expenditure in accordance
with Section 25385.9 of the Health and Safety Code.

2. The amount specified in this item is an estimate of the funds
available from the proceeds of fines and penalties described in
Provision 1, and does not represent a limit on the funds that may be
transferred.

3. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

3960-012-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Toxic
Substances Control Account  . . . 4,800,000

3960-012-0557--For transfer by the Controller from the Toxic
Substances Control Account to the Expedited Site Remediation Trust
Fund  . . . (2,850,000)

3960-013-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Superfund Bond
Trust Fund (0826)  . . . 3,050,000

3960-490--Reappropriation, Department of Toxic Substances
Control. Notwithstanding any other provi  sions  
 sion
 of law, the appropriations provided in the following citations

are reappropriated for the purposes specified and shall be available
for expenditure as provided below:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 3960-001-0001, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other  provisions   
provision
 of law, up to $200,000 of the $550,000 appropriated for the
enhancement of the CalSites data base shall be available for
encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2001. 

0014--Hazardous Waste Control Account

(1) Item 3960-001-0014, Budget Act of 1998  (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998),
as reappropriated in Item 3960-490, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50,
Stats. 1999)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, up to $902,000 is
reappropriated for development of a new hazardous waste manifest
tracking system within the Department of Toxic Substances Control.


0018--Site Remediation Account

(1) Item 3960-001-0018, Budget Act of 1998
(Ch. 324, Stats. 1998)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other  provisions   
provision
 of law, $4,887,000 is reappropriated for direct site cleanup
activities.

2. Notwithstanding Section 2.00 of this  Act   
act  ,
the $4,887,000 referenced in
Provision 1 shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2004,
and disbursements in liquidation of encumbrances shall be pursuant to

Section 16304.1 of the Government Code.

0710--Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund

(1) Item 3960-013-0710, Budget Act of 1996
(Ch. 162, Stats. 1996)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other  provisions   
provision
 of law, $315,048 is reappropriated for the purposes of, and in

augmentation of, Schedules (a) and (b) of Section 7 of Chapter 1439
of the Statutes of 1985.

3980-001-0001--For support of Office of Environmental Health
Hazard Assessment  . . . 12,777,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Health Risk Assessment  . . . 17,063,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -3,493,000

(c) Amount payable from the California Environmental License Plate
Fund (Item 3980-001-0140)  . . . -793,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $843,000 shall be used to

evaluate cancer risks to children from exposure to toxic chemicals,
and to develop school site risk assessment guidelines.

3980-001-0140--For support of Office of Environmental Health
Hazard Assessment, for payment to Item 3980-001-0001, payable
from the California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . .
793,000 

3980-490--Reappropriation, Office of Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, $200,000 of
the balance of the funds appropriated in Item 3980-001-0001 of the
Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) is hereby reappropriated for

the purpose of evaluating the health risks of gasoline mixtures, and
shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2001. 

                              HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

4100-001-0890--For support of the State Council on Developmental
Disabilities, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 5,577,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-State Council Planning and Operations  . . . 1,151,000

(b) 20-Community Program Development  . . . 1,318,000

(c) 30-Allocation to Area Boards  . . . 3,108,000

Provisions:

1. In the event federal funds from the Basic State Grant to the
State
Council on Developmental Disabilities are available to the council in

an amount exceeding the amounts appropriated in this item,  the
additional funds shall be used only for the following purposes,
unless
the funds are specifically designated by federal law for other
purposes:

(a) To augment the allocation to the Program Development Fund.

(b) To fund the costs of salary and benefit increases approved by the

Legislature that exceed the Budget Act appropriation.

(c) To fund the implementation of any portion of the state plan as
approved by the council.

4110-001-0001--For support of Area Boards on Developmental
Disabilities  . . . 140,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Area Board Services  . . . 7,387,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -7,247,000

Provisions:

1. Of the General Fund appropriated in
Schedule (a), $140,000 shall be used to contract with the Department
of Finance to develop a cost allocation plan for each of 13 Area
Boards and the organization of Area Boards. Any unexpended funds
from this provision shall revert to the General Fund.

4120-001-0001--For support of Emergency Medical Services
Authority  . . . 1,906,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Emergency Medical Services Authority  . . .  3,852,000


 4,026,000 

(b) Amount payable from the Emergency Medical Services Training
Program Approval Fund (Item 4120-001-0194)  . . .  -26,000

 -200,000 

(c) Amount payable from the Emergency Medical Services Personnel
Fund (Item 4120-001-0312)  . . . -798,000

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4120-001-0890).  . . . -1,122,000

4120-001-0194--For support of Emergency Medical Services
Authority, for payment to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Emergency Medical Services Training Program Approval Fund  . . .
 26,000 
 200,000 

4120-001-0312--For support of Emergency Medical Services
Authority, for payment to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Emergency Medical Services Personnel Fund  . . . 798,000

4120-001-0890--For support of Emergency Medical Services
Authority, for payment to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,122,000

4120-101-0001--For local assistance, Emergency Medical Services
Authority, Program 10, grants to local agencies  . . . 
7,207,000

 9,707,000 

Provisions:

1. The General Fund support for poison control centers shall augment,

but not replace, local expenditures for existing poison control
center
services. These funds shall be used primarily to increase services to

underserved counties and populations and for poison prevention and
information services. The Director of the Emergency Medical
                                           Services Authority may
contract with eligible poison control centers
for the distribution of these funds.

2. Upon the request of the Director of the Emergency Medical
Services Authority, and subject to the approval of the Department of
Health Services, the California Medical Assistance Commission, and
the Department of Finance, moneys appropriated in this item may be
transferred to the Emergency Services and Supplemental Payments
Fund for expenditure as provided in Item 4260-101-0693 for local
assistance for the purposes specified in that item.

3. The Emergency Medical Services Authority shall use the following
guidelines in administering state-funded grants to local agencies:
(a)
funding eligibility shall be limited to rural multicounty regions
that
demonstrate a heavy use of the emergency medical services system by
nonresidents, (b) local agencies shall provide matching funds of at
least $1 for each dollar of state funds received, (c) state funding
shall
be used to provide only essential minimum services necessary to
operate the system, as defined by the authority, (d) no region shall
receive both federal and state funds in the same fiscal year for the
same purpose, and (e) the Emergency Medical Services Authority
shall  monitor the use of the funds by recipients to assure that
these
funds are used in an appropriate manner.

4. Each region shall be eligible to receive up to one-half of the
total
cost of a minimal system for that region, as defined by the Emergency

Medical Services Authority. However, the authority may reallocate
unclaimed funds among regions.

5. Notwithstanding Provision 3(b), each region with a population of
300,000 or less as of June 30, 2000, shall receive the full amount
for
which it is eligible if it provides a cash match of $0.41 per capita
or
more. Failure to provide local cash contributions at the specified
level shall result in a proportional reduction in state funding.

6. The Emergency Medical Services Authority shall seek a federal
fund match through the California Medical Assistance Commission for
any portion of the General Fund appropriation in this item to the
extent
permitted under Section 14085.6 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.


4120-101-0890--For local assistance, Emergency Medical Services
Authority, Program 10, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .
2,084,000

4130-001-0632--For support of Health and Human Services Agency
Data Center, payable from the California Health and Human Services
Agency Data Center Revolving Fund  . . .  293,166,000

 286,786,000 

Schedule: 

(a) 10-Facilities Operations  . . . 120,605,000

(b) 20-Administration  . . . 22,337,000  

(bx) 25-Operations  . . . 142,942,000 

(c) 30-Systems Management Services  . . .  150,224,000

 143,844,000 

Provisions:

 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director
of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the Health and Human
Services Agency Data Center in excess of the amount appropriated not
sooner than 30 days after providing notification in writing to the
chairperson of the fiscal committee of each house of the Legislature
and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or no
sooner than such lesser time as the chairperson of the committee, or
his or her designee, may in each instance determine.  

1.5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for unanticipated workload
resulting from services provided to client departments or as
appropriated in a client department's budget for the Health and Human

Services Agency Data Center in excess of the amount appropriated no
sooner than 30 days after providing notification in writing to the
chairperson of the fiscal committee of each house of the Legislature
and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or no
sooner than such lesser time as the chairperson of the committee, or
his or her designee, may in each instance determine. 

2. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been appropriated pursuant to Section 11755 of
the Government Code.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Health and Human
Services Agency Data Center shall submit a Feasibility Study Report
or equivalent federal planning document to the Department of Finance
for review and approval prior to award of the systems implementation
contract for each welfare automation consortium. 

4. Expenditure authority provided in this item to support data center

infrastructure projects may only be utilized for items outside the
approved scope of those projects if these changes are supported by
documentation prepared and processed in accordance with the state's
established administrative and legislative reporting requirements.
Changes in project scope must receive approval using the established
administrative and legislative reporting requirements.

5. It is the intent of the Legislature to continue funding those
activities
necessary for the implementation of the Electronic Benefits Transfer
project. Notwithstanding Sections 27.00 and 28.00 of this act, upon
request of the Health and Human Services Agency Data Center, the
Department of Finance may augment the amount available for
expenditure in this item to pay costs associated with the Electronic
Benefits Transfer project not sooner than 30 days after notification
in
writing of the necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee
in
each house of the Legislature that considers appropriations, the
chairpersons of the committees and the appropriate subcommittees in
each house that consider the budget, and the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine. The funds appropriated by this
provision shall be made available consistent with the amount
approved by the Department of Finance based on its review of the
special project report.

6. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Health and Human
Services
Agency Data Center use the lowest cost financing option possible,
consistent with state and federal policies for cost reimbursement, to

purchase and install the electrical generators and related building
modifications approved for the 2000-01 fiscal year.

7. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $14,461,000 for the Child

Welfare Services/Case Management System shall not be encumbered
or expended until the Department of Information Technology reviews
and approves the special project report. Funds shall be made
available consistent with the amounts approved by the Department of
Finance based on the approved special project report. At the time
that
it approves the expenditure, the Department of Finance shall provide
written notification to the chairperson of the fiscal committees of
each
house of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee.

8. The Health and Human Services Agency Data Center (HHSDC)
shall, in collaboration with key stakeholders of the Statewide
Automated Welfare System (SAWS), including the County Welfare
Directors Association, develop a plan for providing additional state
oversight of the SAWS consortia systems in order to optimize
successful project implementation and mitigate project risk. Of the
amount appropriated in this item $1,120,000 for state oversight of
the
consortia projects shall be available for expenditure 30 days after
legislative notification by the Department of Finance of the receipt
of
an HHSDC State Oversight Activities Plan that incorporates input
from the key state and county stakeholders. 

4140-001-0001--For support of Office of Statewide Health Planning
and Development  . . . 851,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Health and Policy Analysis  . . .  4,819,000 

 4,481,000 

(b) 30-Health Professions Development (Family Physician Training)
. . . 3,358,000

(c) 42-Facilities Development  . . .  22,553,000 
 22,253,000 

(d) 45-Cal Mortgage Loan Insurance  . . . 5,597,000

(e) 60-Healthcare Information  . . . 11,274,000

(f) 80.01-Administration  . . . 9,695,000

(g) 80.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -9,257,000

(h) Reimbursements  . . . -5,222,000

(i) Amount payable from the Hospital Building Fund (Item
4140-001-0121)  . . .  -20,691,000 
 -20,391,000 

(j) Amount payable from the California Health Data and Planning
Fund (Item 4140-001-0143)  . . .  -15,308,000 
 -14,970,000 

(k) Amount payable from the Registered Nurse Education Fund (Item
4140-001-0181)  . . . -763,000

(l) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4140-001-0890)  . . . -500,000

(m) Amount payable from the Health Facilities Construction Loan
Insurance Fund (Section 129200, Health and Safety Code)  . . .
-4,262,000

(n) Amount payable from the Health Professions Education Fund
(Section 128355, Health and Safety Code)  . . . -442,000

4140-001-0121--For support of Office of Statewide Health Planning
and Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-0001, payable from
the Hospital Building Fund  . . .  20,691,000 
 20,391,000 

4140-001-0143--For support of Office of Statewide Health Planning
and Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-0001, payable from
the California Health Data and Planning Fund  . . . 
15,308,000

 14,970,000 

4140-001-0181--For support of Office of Statewide Health Planning
and Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-0001, payable from
the Registered Nurse Education Fund  . . . 763,000

4140-001-0890--For support of Office of Statewide Health Planning
and Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-0001, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 500,000

4140-101-0001--For local assistance, Office of Statewide Health
Planning and Development  . . .  8,235,000 
 9,935,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Health Policy and Analysis  . . . 3,000,000

(b) 30-Health Professions Development (Family Physician Training)
. . .  6,635,000 
 8,355,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -400,000

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4140-1010890)  . . . -1,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, or
any
other provision of law, the funds appropriated in this item for
contracts with accredited medical schools or programs that train
primary care physicians' assistants or primary care nurse
practitioners, as well as contracts with hospitals or other health
care
delivery systems located in California, that meet the standards of
the
Health Manpower Policy Commission established pursuant to Article
1 (commencing with Section 128200) of Chapter 4 of Part 3 of
Division 107 of the Health and Safety Code, shall continue to be
available for the 2001-02, 2002-03, and 2003-04 fiscal years.

4140-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of Statewide Health
Planning and Development, for payment to Item 4140-101-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,000,000

4140-111-0236--For local assistance, Office of Statewide Health
Planning and Development, Program 10, Health Policy and Analysis,
payable from the Unallocated Account, Cigarette and Tobacco
Products Surtax Fund  . . . 1,047,000

4170-001-0001--For support of Department of Aging  . . . 
6,383,000 
 8,661,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Nutrition  . . . 3,635,000

(b) 20-Senior Community Employment Service  . . . 460,000

(c) 30-Supportive Services and Centers  . . .  4,999,000

 5,372,000 

(d) 40-Special Projects  . . .  5,052,000 
 7,810,000 

(e) 50.01-Administration  . . . 6,944,000

(f) 50.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -6,944,000

(g) Reimbursements  . . .  -2,265,000 
 -3,021,000 

(h) Amount payable from the State  HICAP Fund (Item
4170-0010289)  . . . -165,000

(i)

Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 4170-001-0890)  .
. .  -5,333,000 
 -5,430,000

Provisions:

1. The Department of Aging, though its Planning and Policy Unit,
Human Services Agency and Long-Term Care Council concerning all
issues of mutual interest. The unit shall submit annual reports to
the
Director of Aging that include outcomes, such as recommending
statutory or regulatory changes, budget proposals, administrative
changes, or planning and program development forecasts regarding
comprehensive aging policy issues across departments and programs.
The department shall provide copies of the reports to the fiscal and
policy committees of the Legislature annually by February 1.

3. The California Department of Aging shall coordinate with the State

Department of Health Services and the State Department of Mental
Health in implementing the Senior Wellness and Prevention Media
Campaign, in order to eliminate duplication of effort.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be used
to
establish a Housing Information and Support Center to serve seniors
and persons with disabilities. The Department of Aging shall
coordinate with existing programs in the implementation of the
center.

5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $210,000 shall be used for

startup costs to establish an enhanced discharge planning pilot
project
comprised of long-term care hospital-based resource centers.

6. Of the funds appropriated in this item, the Department of Aging
shall allocate $500,000 to contract for an independent evaluation of
its programs and $500,000 to fund technical assistance, distribution
of
information, and support of regional conferences to assist in
proposal
and grant planning and information sharing about effective grant
programs. 

4170-001-0289--For support of Department of Aging, for payment to
Item 4170-001-0001, payable from the State HICAP Fund  . . .
165,000

4170-001-0890--For support of Department of Aging, for payment to
Item 4170-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .

5,333,000 
 5,430,000 

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds
between this item and Item 4170-101-0890 no sooner than 30 days
after written notification to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees
of each house and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee may determine. The
notification shall include: (1) the amount of the proposed transfer;
(2)
an identification of the purposes for which the funds will be used;
(3)
documentation that the proposed activities must be carried out in the

current year and that no other funds are available for their support;

and (4) the impact of any transfer on the level of services.

4170-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Aging  . . .

52,741,000 
 72,555,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Nutrition  . . .  65,850,000 
 69,553,000 

(b) 20-Senior Community Employment Service  . . . 7,781,000

(c) 30-Supportive Services and  Centers  . . .  57,793,000

 61,863,000 

(d) 40-Special Projects  . . .  21,537,000 
 37,687,000 

(e) Reimbursements  . . .  -2,071,000 
 -2,914,000 

(f) Amount payable from the State  HICAP Fund (Item
4170-101-0289)  . . .  -1,021,000 
 -1,443,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4170-1010890)  . . .  -97,128,000 
 -99,972,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the Department of
Finance, upon notification by the California Department of Aging, may

authorize transfers between Program 10--Nutrition and Program
30--Supportive Services and Centers in response to budget revisions
submitted by the Area Agencies on Aging.

2. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (c) of this item,  $20,000,000  
$19,000,000
  shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2002, for
long-term care innovation grants. 

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $225,000 shall be used for

planning or development grants for expansion of the Adult Day Health
Care Program, and shall be available for expenditure until June 30,
2003.

4. Funds appropriated in this item for the linkages program shall be
used for expansion of the program which does not preclude
establishing new sites.

5. Funds appropriated in this item for expansion of the Information
and Assistance Program shall not be used to supplant or replace local

or other funds which Area Agencies on Aging are currently authorized
to transfer elsewhere.

6. An Area Agency on Aging shall not qualify for community-based
service program expansions funded for any program from which they
have transferred funds as permitted by subdivision (e) of Section
9535 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.

7. To the extent the United States enacts a minimum wage equal to or
greater than that of California, state funding provided in this item
for
the Senior Community Service Employment Program shall revert to
the General Fund.

8. Funds appropriated in this item for expansion of the Adult Day
Health Care Program shall be available for expenditure until June 30,

2003.

9. Funds appropriated in this item for startup activities for
expansion
of the Multipurpose Senior Services Program shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2002.

10. Of the funds appropriated in this item for expansion of the
Ombudsman Program, $325,000 shall be allocated for local
administration to area agencies on aging, and $2,389,590 shall be
used to complete the augmentations begun in the 1999-00 fiscal year
for moving each Long-Term Care Ombudsman office from its service
ratio determined by the Department of Aging down to the desired ratio

of one certified ombudsman for every 2,000 long-term care beds. Of
the funds appropriated in this item, $865,000 shall be allocated to
all
Long-Term Care Ombudsman offices to increase base allocations to
$60,000 per fiscal year, except for an area where there are less than

10 facilities and less than 500 beds, which shall not receive a base
allocation less than $36,000.

11. Funds appropriated in this item for long-term care innovation
grants shall be awarded by the Department of Aging, in consultation
with the Long-Term Care Coordinating Council. Grants shall be
awarded through a competitive request-for-proposal process.
Requests for proposals shall be disseminated by October 1, 2000, and
grantees shall be selected by January 31, 2001. The funds shall be
made available to grantees within 30 days of selection. Proposals
shall be solicited in the following target areas: $1,500,000 for
long-term care community-based partnership building and planning, in
grants from $50,000 to $100,000; $10,000,000, in grants from
$1,000,000 to $3,000,000, for innovative coordination and
collaboration, including data sharing and information technology
designed to maximize the ability of consumers to remain in the most
enriching, least restrictive community-based setting for as long as
they
desire; $7,500,000, in grants from $500,000 to $2,000,000, to provide

access to appropriate community-based services for special
populations, particularly those populations that are traditionally
underserved. If an insufficient number of proposals is qualified for
selection in any target area, the department, in consultation with
the
Long-Term Care Coordinating Council, shall issue a new request for
proposals and may modify the target areas or grant size. Grants may
not supplant baseline funding for existing programs. All grants
funded
shall include an evaluation component. The Department of Aging, in
consultation with the Long-Term Care Coordinating Council, shall, to
the extent possible, identify savings to the General Fund that accrue

from programs funded under the last two categories in this provision,

and shall consider mechanisms by which those savings can be
invested in the communities from which they accrued to further the
goals of the project.

12. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,243,000 shall be used
to
expand the Linkages Program, $3,580,090 shall be used to expand the
Ombudsman Program, $1,100,000 shall be used to expand the Foster
Grandparent Program, $1,100,000 shall be used to expand the Senior
Companion Program, $739,200 shall be used to expand the
Home-Delivered Meals Program, and $1,100,000 shall be used to
expand the Information and Assistance Program. Included in this
funding are administrative costs for participating Area Agencies on
Aging. 

4170-101-0289--For local assistance Department of Aging, for
payment to Item 4170-101-0001, payable from the State HICAP Fund
. . .  1,021,000 
 1,443,000  

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item for the Health Insurance
Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP), the funds attributable to
an increase in the health care service plan fee pursuant to Section
9757.5 of the Welfare Institutions Code from $0.70 to $1, plus the
matched funds from the Insurance Fund shall be allocated as follows:

(a) $75,000 to the Department of Aging for administration; (b) an
amount equal to $0.01 of the fee shall be allocated to the Department

of Aging as reserves; and (c) the balance of the funds shall be
allocated for local HICAP services and administration as follows:
(A) a portion of the remainder shall be allocated so that all HICAP
sites receive at least a base of $130,000 including this
augmentation,
ongoing state HICAP funding, the federal State Health Insurance and
Assistance Program (SHIP) base funding, the federal  enhancement
funding and the federal Medicare+Choice supplemental funding, but
not including Area Agency on Aging (AAA) administrative funds; (B)
the excess shall be allocated on a population basis to HICAPs above
the $130,000 base; and (C) 10 percent over the amount provided to
any local HICAP shall be allocated to each Area Agency on Aging.
HICAPs shall receive the greater of the $130,000 allocation pursuant
to (c)(A) or the population allocation pursuant to (c)(B). The
Department of Aging shall have the authority to withhold funds as
necessary until the amount of the federal allocation is determined
sufficiently to make the allocations as specified above. 

4170-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Aging, for
payment to Item 4170-101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  97,128,000 
 99,972,000 

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 4170-001-0890 is also applicable to this item.


2. Notwithstanding subdivision (d) of Section 28.00 of this act, the
Department of Finance, upon notification by the California
Department of Aging, may authorize augmentations in this item for
budget revisions submitted by Area Agencies on Aging and approved
by the Department of Aging for estimated entitlements of per-meal
reimbursements from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and for funds
allocated to Area Agencies on Aging for federal Title III
one-time-only allocations.

3. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the Department of
Finance, upon notification by the Department of Aging, may authorize
transfers between Program 10--Nutrition and Program 30--Supportive
Services and Centers in response to budget revisions submitted by the

Area Agencies on Aging. 

4180-001-0001--For support of Commission on Aging  . . . 300,000


4180-001-0983--For support of Commission on Aging, payable from
the California Fund for Senior  Citizens  . . . 216,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item from the California Fund for
Senior
Citizens shall be allocated by the Commission on Aging for the
purposes specified in Section 18723 of the Revenue and Taxation
Code.

2. Pursuant to Section 18723 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, the
balance of this item as well as the balance of prior year
appropriations from the California Fund for Senior Citizens may be
carried over and expended in any following fiscal year.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures from the California Fund for
Senior Citizens for the Commission on Aging in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of

the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee.

4180-002-0886--For support of Commission on Aging, payable from
the California Seniors Special  Fund  . . . 79,000

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to Section 18773 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, the
balance of this item as well as the balance of prior year

appropriations from the California Seniors Special Fund may be
carried over and expended in any following fiscal year.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures from the California Seniors
Special Fund for the Commission on Aging in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of

the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee  , or not sooner than whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine  .

4180-002-0890--For support of Commission on Aging, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 291,000

4180-101-0001--For support of Commission on Aging  . . . 30,000


4200-001-0001--For support of Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs  . . .  4,844,000 
 4,944,000 

Schedule:

(a) 15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program  . . . 
30,070,000 
 30,365,000 

(b) 30.01-State Administration  . . . 8,640,000

(c) 30.02-State Administration-- distributed  . . . -8,640,000

(d) Reimbursements  . . .  -3,677,000 
 -3,872,000 

(e) Amount payable from Driving-Under-the-Influence Program
Licensing Trust Fund (Item 4200-001-0139)  . . . -1,735,000

(f) Amount payable from Narcotic Treatment Program Licensing Trust
Fund (Item 4200-001-0243)  . . . -1,096,000

(g) Amount payable from Audit Repayment Trust Fund (Item
4200-001-0816)  . . . -67,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 4200-001-
0890)  . . . -18,651,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-101-0001.



2. The department shall implement a fee reduction schedule based on
the amount of the unencumbered balance in Item 4200-001-0139
taking into account the need to maintain a prudent reserve.

3. It is the intent of the Legislature that substance abuse treatment

services funded through the Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs work with state and local agencies to integrate job training

and retention services into their programs to the maximum extent
possible. 

4200-001-0139--For support of Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs, for payment to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Driving-Under-the-Influence Program Licensing Trust Fund  . . .
1,735,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the
Driving-Under-the-Influence Program Licensing Trust Fund in excess
of the amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days after notification

in writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairpersons
of
the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.

4200-001-0243--For support of Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs, for payment to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Narcotic Treatment Program Licensing Trust Fund  . . . 1,096,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the Narcotic Treatment
Program Licensing Trust Fund in excess of the amount appropriated
not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity
therefor is provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and

the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not
sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or

his or her designee, may in each instance determine.

4200-001-0816--For support of Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs, for payment to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Audit Repayment Trust Fund  . . . 67,000

4200-001-0890--For support of Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs, for payment to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 18,651,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-101-0890. 

4200-011-0816--For transfer from the Audit Repayment Trust Fund to
the General Fund.

Provisions:

1. For support of the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, the
amount of the unencumbered balance exceeding $20,000 in the Audit
Repayment Trust Fund as of June 30, 2001, shall be transferred to the

General Fund. 

4200-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs  . . .  32,328,000 
 62,478,000 

Schedule:

(a) 15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program  . . . 
318,633,000 
 383,943,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . .  -10,863,000 
 -13,466,000 

(c) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4200-1010890)  . . .  -275,298,000 
 -307,855,000 

(d) Amount payable from Resident-Run Housing Revolving Fund
(Item 4200-101-0977)  . . . -144,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-001-0001.

2. Upon approval of the Department of Finance, one or more
short-term loans not to exceed a cumulative total of $59,745,000 may
be made available from the General Fund when there is a delay in the
allocation of federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment
(SAPT) Block Grant funds to California. The loans shall be repaid,
with interest calculated pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 16314

of the Government Code, upon receipt of the federal SAPT Block
Grant. 

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be used
to
expand substance abuse treatment services for adolescents. Up to
$4,300,000 of this allocation shall be used to fully fund the
Adolescent Treatment Program begun under Chapter 866 of the
Statutes of 1998. The remaining funds shall be allocated to the
counties using the standard allocation methodology and shall be used
to serve adolescents, with a focus on populations served by other
categorical programs, such as foster care. Where appropriate, these
funds may be used to enable the participation of county alcohol and
other drug programs in collaborative multidisciplinary efforts at the

state and local levels. The department shall report to the
Legislature
by July 1, 2002, on the outcomes of the effort to expand treatment
services, with recommendations on the resources that would be
required to undertake additional evaluations or program audits.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be
allocated to counties based on the standard allocation methodology
for use in expanding treatment services for adults, with a focus on
adult populations served by other categorical programs. 

4200-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs, for payment to Item 4200-101-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . .  275,298,000 
307,855,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-001-0890.

4200-101-0977--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs, for payment to Item 4200-101-0001, payable from the
Resident-Run Housing Revolving Fund  . . . 144,000

Provisions:

1. To the extent that moneys available in the Resident-Run Housing
Revolving Fund are less than the amount appropriated by this item,
this appropriation shall be limited to that lesser amount.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if revenues and loan
repayments to the Resident-Run Housing Revolving Fund are
sufficient to create additional allocation workload, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the Department of Alcohol
and Drug Programs in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner
than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity therefor
is
provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner
than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance determine.

4200-102-0001--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs, for perinatal substance abuse treatment programs
(Drug Medi-Cal)  . . . 4,024,000

Schedule:

(a) 15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program  . . . 7,599,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -3,575,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-001-0001 for  support costs associated with the perinatal
substance abuse treatment programs.

2. The funds appropriated by this item, exclusive of funds allocated
to
alcohol and drug-free living programs and transitional living
programs, are available to provide funding for the state's share of
expenditures for perinatal substance abuse services provided to
persons eligible for Medi-Cal.

3. Provisions 2 and 3 of Item 4200-103-0001 also apply to this item.


4. Notwithstanding Sections 26.00, 28.00 and 28.50 of this act, the
Director of Finance shall authorize the transfer of funds to this
item
from Item 4200-103-0001 as necessary to maintain the funding level
for the perinatal substance abuse treatment program at a minimum
level of twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000).

4200-103-0001--For local assistance, Department of  Alcohol and
Drug Programs, Drug Medi-Cal Services  . . .  31,496,000

 35,696,000 

Schedule:

(a) 15-Alcohol and other Drug Services Program  . . . 
67,796,000 
 76,258,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . .  -36,300,000 
 -40,562,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-001-0001.

2. The funds appropriated in this item are available to provide
funding
for the state's share of expenditures for substance abuse services
provided to persons eligible for Medi-Cal.

3. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 and Section 26.00
of this act, the Department of Finance may authorize a transfer of
expenditure authority between this item and Item 4200-102-0001 so
that the funds appropriated in either item may be used to pay the
state
and federal share of prior fiscal years' allowable Medi-Cal costs
that
exceed the amount encumbered in prior fiscal years. The Director of
Finance shall notify the Legislature within 10 days after authorizing
a
transfer pursuant to this provision unless prior notification of the
transfer has been included in the Medi-Cal estimates submitted
pursuant to Section 14100.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, both the federal and
nonfederal shares of any money recovered for previously paid Drug
Medi-Cal program services provided pursuant to Chapter 7
(commencing with Section 14000) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code are hereby appropriated and shall be
expended as soon as practicable for Drug Medi-Cal  program
 services, as defined in the Welfare and Institutions Code.

5. Notwithstanding Sections 26.00, 28.00, and 28.50 of this act, the
Director of Finance shall authorize the transfer of funds from this
item
to Items 4200-102-0001 and 4200-104-0001, as necessary to maintain
the funding level for the perinatal substance abuse treatment program

at a minimum level of $25,000,000.

4200-104-0001--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs, for perinatal substance abuse treatment programs  . .
.
26,135,000

Schedule:

(a) 15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program  . . . 26,135,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4200-001-0001 for support costs associated with the perinatal
substance abuse treatment programs.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,100,000 shall be used
to
fund existing residential perinatal treatment programs that were
begun
through federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment grants but
whose grants have since expired. For counties in which there is such
a
provider, the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs shall include
language in those counties' allocation letters that in-dicates the
amount
of the allocation designated for the provider during the fiscal year.


4200-490--Reappropriation, Department of Alcohol and Drug
Programs. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances
of the following appropriations are reappropriated for the purposes
provided for in those appropriations. Of the amounts reappropriated
pursuant to this item, up to $1,400,000 shall be allocated to
counties
for costs incurred in connection with serving residents of other
counties. The funds reappropriated by this item shall be available
for
encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2001:

0001--General Fund

(a) Item 4200-101-0001, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(b) Item 4200-102-0001, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

4220-001-0001--For support of Child Development Policy Advisory
Committee appointed pursuant to Section 8286 of the Education Code
. . . 491,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Child Development Policy Advisory Committee  . . . 936,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -445,000

4260-001-0001--For support of Department of Health Services  . . .
 217,969,000 
267,108,000 

Schedule:

(1) 10-Public and Environmental Health  . . .  259,420,000

 309,172,000 

(2) 20-Health Care Services  . . .  461,237,000 
 470,422,000 

(3) 30.01-Departmental Administration  . . . 35,769,000

(4) 30.02-Departmental Administration Distributed  . . . -33,744,000

(5) Reimbursements  . . .  -24,815,000 
 -28,739,000 

(6) Amount payable from the Breast Cancer Research Account (Item
4260-001-0007)  . . . -1,624,000

(7) Amount payable from the Breast Cancer Control Account (Item
4260-001-0009)  . . .  -7,812,000 
 -7,823,000 

(8) Amount payable from the Nuclear Planning Assessment Special
Account (Item 4260-001-0029)  . . . -487,000

(9) Amount payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund (Item 4260-001-0044)  . . . -836,000

(10) Amount payable from the Sale of Tobacco to Minors Control
Account (Item 4260-001-0066)  . . .  -2,110,000 
 -2,117,000 

(11) Amount payable from the Occupational Lead Poisoning
Prevention Account (Item 4260-001-0070)  . . .  -2,963,000

 -2,968,000 

(12) Amount payable from the Medical Waste Management Fund
(Item 4260-001-0074)  . . . -911,000

(13) Amount payable from the Radiation Control Fund (Item
4260-001-0075)  . . .  -17,569,000 
 -17,612,000 

(14) Amount payable from the Tissue Bank License Fund (Item
4260-001-0076)  . . . -163,000

(15) Amount payable from the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Fund (Item 4260-001-0080)  . . .  -5,486,000 
 -5,495,000 

(16) Amount payable from the Export Document Program Fund (Item
4260-001-0082)  . . . -141,000

(17) Amount payable from the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Fund
(Item 4260-001-0098)  . . . -5,897,000

(18) Amount payable from the Health Statistics Special Fund (Item
4260-001-0099)  . . .  -12,311,000 
 -12,354,000 

(19) Amount payable from the Wine Safety Fund (Item
4260-001-0116)  . . . -55,000

(20) Amount payable from the Water Device Certification Special
Account (Item 4260-001-0129)  . . . -100,000

(21) Amount payable from the Food Safety Fund (Item
4260-0010177)  . . .  -3,901,000 
 -3,911,000 

(22) Amount payable from the Environmental Laboratory
Improvement Fund (Item 4260-0010179)  . . .  -2,908,000

 -2,920,000 

(23) Amount payable from the Genetic Disease Testing Fund (Item
4260-001-0203)  . . .  -61,402,000 
 -61,445,000 

(25) Amount payable from the Health Education Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-001-0231)  . . . 

-7,198,000 
 -6,704,000 

(26) Amount payable from the Hospital Services Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-001-0232)  . . . 

-1,723,000 
 -276,000  

(27) Amount payable from the Physician Services Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-001-0233)  . . .
-123,000 

(28) Amount payable from the Research Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-001-0234)  . . . 
-2,623,000 
 -2,398,000 

(28.1) Amount payable from Unallocated Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-001-0236)  . . . 
-407,000 
 -2,696,000 

(28.2) Amount payable from Drinking Water Operator Certification
Special Account (Item 4260-001-0247)  . . . -1,233,000

(29) Amount payable from the Infant Botulism Treatment and
Prevention Fund (Item 4260-001-0272)  . . . -1,300,000

(30) Amount payable from the Safe Drinking Water Account (Item
4260-001-0306)  . . .  -8,093,000 
 -8,124,000 

(31) Amount payable from the Registered Environmental Health
Specialist Fund (Item 4260-001-0335)  . . . -168,000

(32) Amount payable from the Mosquitoborne Disease Surveillance
Account (Item 4260-001-0478)  . . . -35,000

(33) Amount payable from Cancer Research Fund (Item
4260-0010589)  . . . -24,957,000

(34) Amount payable from the Drinking Water Treatment and
Research Fund (Item 4260-001-0622)  . . . -531,000

(35) Amount payable from the Administration Account (Item
4260-001-0625)  . . .  -3,459,000 
 -3,468,000 

(36) Amount payable from the Water System Reliability Account
(Item 4260-001-0626)  . . . -1,446,000

(37) Amount payable from the Source Protection Account (Item
4260-001-0627)  . . .  -2,704,000 
 -2,710,000 

(38) Amount payable from the Small System Technical Assistance
Account (Item 4260-001-0628)  . . . -1,663,000

(39) Amount payable from the Domestic Violence Training and
Education Fund (Item 4260-001-0642)  . . .  -516,000

 -716,000 

(40) Amount payable from the Emergency Services and Supplemental
Payments Fund (Item 4260-001-0693)  . . . -122,000

(41) Amount payable from the California Alzheimer's and Related
Disorders Research Fund (Item 4260-001-0823)  . . . -253,000

(42) Amount payable from the Medi-Cal Inpatient Payment
Adjustment Fund (Item 4260-001-0834)  . . . -699,000

(43) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4260-0010890)  . . .  -293,552,000 
 -298,997,000 

(44) Amount payable from the Local Health Capital Expenditure
Account, County Health Services Fund (Item 4260-001-0900)  . . .
-17,000

(45) Amount payable from the Birth Defects Research Fund (Item
4260-001-0919)  . . . -400,000

Provisions:

1. Of the total amount of reimbursements in this item, 
$3,555,000
   $6,178,000   shall be available for
administration,
research, and training projects. Notwithstanding Section 28.00 of
this
act, the State Department of Health Services shall report any new
project over $200,000 or any increase in excess of $400,000 for an
identified project.

2. Except as otherwise prohibited by law, the department shall
promulgate emergency regulations to adjust the public health fees set

by regulation to an amount, such that if the new fees were effective
throughout the 2000-01 fiscal year, the estimated revenues would be
sufficient to offset at least 95 percent of the approved program
level
intended to be supported by those fees.

3. Effective July 1, 2000, the annual fee for a general acute care
hospital, acute psychiatric hospital, special hospital, general acute

care rehabilitation hospital and chemical dependency recovery
hospital shall be $79.62 per bed. Effective July 1, 2000, the annual
fee for a skilled nursing facility, intermediate care facility, or
intermediate care facility for the developmentally disabled is
$189.48
per bed.

  The fees of the State Department of Health Services that are
subject
to the annual fee adjustment pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section
100445 of the Health and Safety Code shall be increased by 2.30
percent, effective July 1, 2000.

  The General Fund fees of the State Department of Health Services
(DHS) that are subject to the annual fee adjustment pursuant to
subdivision (a) of Section 100425 of the Health and Safety Code shall

be increased by 2.08%. The special fund fees of DHS that are subject
to the annual fee adjustment pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section
100425 of the Health and Safety Code may be increased by 2.08%
only if the fund condition statements project fund reserves to be
less
than 10% and the revenues projected for FY 2000-01 are less than the
appropriation contained in this  Act    act
 .

4. The Department of Health Services may spend up to $631,000
appropriated in this item to augment Lead-Related Construction
Program regulatory activities. The amount spent shall be entirely
supported by revenue collections above 1999-00 fee receipts.

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, the Department of Health
Services may spend up to $8,000,000 for awards to nursing facilities
serving high proportions of Medi-Cal patients with high quality of
care. Nursing facilities receiving such awards shall, to the extent
permitted by law, pass the awards on to exemplary direct caregiver
employees in the form of bonuses.

6. Provision 5 of Item 4260-111-0001 also applies to this item. 

7. Of the amount appropriated in this item, up to $250,000 shall be
used by the Department of Health Services to execute an interagency
agreement or contract for the planning and development of a
scientific
protocol for the study of the effect of diet on the disease
management
of Multiple Sclerosis. 

4260-001-0007--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Breast Cancer
Research Account  . . . 1,624,000

4260-001-0009--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Breast Cancer
Control Account  . . .  7,812,000 
 7,823,000 

4260-001-0029--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Nuclear Planning
Assessment Special Account  . . . 487,000

4260-001-0044--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund  . . . 836,000

4260-001-0066--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Sale of Tobacco to
Minors Control Account  . . .  2,110,000 
 2,117,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Government Code Section 13332.18.

4260-001-0070--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Occupational Lead
Poisoning Prevention Account  . . .  2,963,000 
 2,968,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

4260-001-0074--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Medical Waste
Management Fund  . . . 911,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Government Code Section 13332.18.

4260-001-0075--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Radiation Control
Fund  . . .  17,569,000 
 17,612,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Government Code Section 13332.18.

4260-001-0076--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Tissue Bank
License Fund   . . . 163,000

4260-001-0080--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Childhood Lead
Poisoning Prevention Fund  . . .  5,486,000 
 5,495,000 

4260-001-0082--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Export Document
Program Fund  . . . 141,000

4260-001-0098--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Clinical
Laboratory Improvement Fund  . . . 5,897,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of
Health Services shall not impose fees on clinical laboratories that
were not subject to state fees prior to January 1, 1996, until
exemption
from the federal Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments
(CLIA; P.L. 100-578) of 1988 is granted. Expenditures for the
Clinical Laboratory Program shall not exceed amounts collected in
clinical laboratory fees plus federal grant funds provided by the
Health Care Financing Administration to support this program. Since
the date of exemption from CLIA is unknown, the Department of
Finance may adjust the amounts provided for this program by this item

and from  federal funds pursuant to the provisions of Sections 27.00
and 28.00 of this act.

4260-001-0099--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Health Statistics
Special Fund  . . .  12,311,000 
 12,354,000 

4260-001-0116--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Wine Safety Fund  .
. . 55,000

4260-001-0129--For support of Department of Health Services, for
                                                          payment to
Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Water Device
Certification Special Account  . . . 100,000

4260-001-0177--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Food Safety Fund  .
. .  3,901,000 
 3,911,000 

4260-001-0179--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Environmental
Laboratory Improvement Fund  . . .  2,908,000 
 2,920,000 

4260-001-0203--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Genetic Disease
Testing Fund  . . .  61,402,000 
 61,445,000 

4260-001-0231--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Health Education
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 
7,198,000 
 6,704,000 

4260-001-0232--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Hospital Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 
1,723,000 
 276,000 

4260-001-0233--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Physician Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 
123,000 
 0 

4260-001-0234--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Research Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . .  2,623,000

 2,398,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be
available
for cancer research studies, and $500,000 shall be available for
cancer registry data collection.

4260-001-0236--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Unallocated
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 
407,000 
 2,696,000 

4260-001-0247--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Drinking Water
Operator Certification Special Account  . . . 1,233,000

4260-001-0272--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Infant Botulism
Treatment and Prevention Fund  . . . 1,300,000

4260-001-0306--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Safe Drinking
Water Account  . . .  8,093,000 
 8,124,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
 Government Code Section 13332.18.    Section
13332.18 of the Government Code  .

4260-001-0335--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Registered
Environmental Health Specialist Fund  . . . 168,000

4260-001-0478--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Mosquitoborne
Disease Surveillance Account  . . . 35,000

4260-001-0589--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Cancer Research
Fund  . . . 24,957,000

4260-001-0622--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Drinking Water
Treatment and Research Fund  . . . 531,000

4260-001-0625--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Administration
Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund  . . .

3,459,000 
 3,468,000 

4260-001-0626--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Water System
Reliability Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund
. . . 1,446,000

4260-001-0627--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Source Protection
Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund  . . .

2,704,000 
 2,710,000 

4260-001-0628--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Small System
Technical Assistance Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving
Loan Fund  . . . 1,663,000

4260-001-0642--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Domestic Violence
Training and Education Fund  . . .  516,000 
 716,000 

4260-001-0693--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Emergency
Services and Supplemental Payments Fund  . . . 122,000

Provisions:

1. To the extent that moneys available in the Emergency Services and
Supplemental Payments Fund are less than the amount appropriated in
this item,  this appropriation shall be limited to that lesser
amount.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if revenues to the
Emergency Services and Supplemental Payments Fund are sufficient
to create additional allocation workload, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the Department of Health Services in
excess of the amount appropriated not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the necessity therefor is provided to the
chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the
Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in

each instance determine.

3. Funds appropriated by this item and augmentations authorized
pursuant to Provision 2 may be transferred by executive order
approved by the Director of Finance from the Department of Health
Services to the California Medical Assistance Commission if
revenues to the Emergency Services and Supplemental Payments Fund
are sufficient to create allocation workload for that commission.

4260-001-0823--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the California
Alzheimer's and Related Disorders Research Fund  . . . 253,000

4260-001-0834--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Medi-Cal Inpatient
Payment Adjustment Fund  . . . 699,000

4260-001-0890--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  293,552,000 
 298,997,000 

Provisions:

1. The limitations and conditions applicable to Item 4260-001-0001
also apply to this item if appropriate.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $49,037,000 shall be
available for administration, research, and training projects.
Notwithstanding Section 28.00 of this act, the State Department of
Health Services shall report under that section any new project over
$200,000 or any increase in excess of $400,000 for an identified
project.

4260-001-0900--For support of Department of Health Services, in
lieu of the amounts that otherwise would be appropriated in the Local

Health Capital Expenditure Account of the County Health Services
Fund pursuant to Chapter 1351, Statutes of 1980, for payment to Item
4260-001-0001, payable from the Local Health Capital Expenditure
Account, County Health Services Fund  . . . 17,000

4260-001-0919--For support of Department of Health Services, for
payment to Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the Birth Defects
Research Fund  . . . 400,000

4260-002-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Cancer
Research Fund  . . . 25,000,000

4260-002-0942--For support of Department of Health Services,
payable from the Health Facilities Citation Penalties Account,
Special
Deposit Fund  . . . 1,000,000

4260-003-0001--For support of Department of Health Services, for
rental payments on lease revenue bonds (Richmond Laboratory)  . . .
1,243,000

Schedule:

(a) Base rental and fees  . . . 1,217,000

(b) Insurance  . . . 26,000

4260-003-0942--For support of Department of Health Services,
payable from the Federal Citation Penalties Account, Special Deposit
Fund  . . . 2,217,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, the Department of Health

Services may spend up to $2,000,000 for awards to nursing facilities
serving high proportions of Medi-Cal patients with high quality of
care. Nursing facilities receiving such awards shall, to the extent
permitted by law, pass the awards on to exemplary direct caregiver
employees in the form of bonuses.

4260-007-0890--For support of Department of Health Services,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 18,859,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 28.00 of this act, adjustments may be made

to align the federal funds for legislative actions and other
technical
adjustments affecting the recipient department's appropriation
authority.

4260-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Infant Botulism
Fund (0272)  . . . 0

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may approve a General Fund loan of up to $1,233,000 to
support the development of Botulism Immune Globulin. The loan shall
be repaid from fees collected for providing Botulism Immune
Globulin to patients of infant botulism or other forms of botulism.
The
Department of Health Services shall repay the loan with interest to
the
General Fund over the five years subsequent to the licensure of
Botulism Immune Globulin by the United States Food and Drug
Administration. The rate of interest shall be at the rate earned by
moneys invested in the Pooled Money Investment Account.

4260-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
Medical Assistance Program, payable from the Health Care Deposit
Fund (912) after transfer from the General Fund  . . . 
8,690,600,000 
 9,274,893,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.10.030-Benefits (Medical Care and Services)  . . . 
19,846,462,000 
 21,096,679,000 

(b) 20.10.010-Eligibility (County Administration)  . . . 
1,242,030,000 
 1,194,373,000 

(c) 20.10.020-Fiscal Intermediary Management  . . . 
221,538,000

 229,374,000 

(d) Prior Fiscal Year Reconciliation  . . . 0

(e) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4260-1010890)  . . .  -12,611,955,000 
 -13,238,639,000 

(f) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 4260-103-0890)  .
. .  -7,475,000 
 -6,894,000 

Provisions:

  1. The aggregate principal amount of disproportionate share
hospital
general obligation debt that may be issued in the 2000-01 fiscal year

pursuant to subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (f) of
Section 14085.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code shall be $0.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, both the federal and
nonfederal shares of any money recovered for previously paid health
care services, provided pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with
Section 14000) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and
Institutions
Code, are hereby appropriated and shall be expended as soon as
practicable for medical care and services as defined in the Welfare
and Institutions Code.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, accounts receivable
for recoveries as described in Provision 2 above shall have no effect

upon the positive balance of the General Fund or the Health Care
Deposit Fund. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, money
recovered as described in this item that is required to be
transferred
from the Health Care Deposit Fund to the General Fund shall be
credited by the Controller to the General Fund without regard to the
appropriation from which it was drawn.

4. Without regard to fiscal year, the General Fund shall make one or

more loans available not to exceed a cumulative total of $45,000,000
to be transferred as needed to the Health Care Deposit Fund to meet
cash needs. The loans are subject to the repayment provisions of
Section 16351 of the Government Code. Any additional loan
requirement in excess of $45,000,000 shall be processed in the
manner prescribed by Section 16351 of the Government Code.

5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Health
Services may give public notice relative to proposing or amending
any rule or regulation that could result in increased costs in the
Medi-Cal program only after approval by the Department of Finance;
and any rule or regulation adopted by the Director of Health Services

and any communication that revises the Medi-Cal program shall be
effective only from and after the date upon which it is approved by
the
Department of Finance.

6. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $50,000 may be
allocated for attorneys' fees awarded pursuant to state or federal
law
without prior notification to the Legislature. Individual settlements

authorized under this language shall not exceed $5,000. The
semiannual estimates of Medi-Cal expenditures due to the Legislature
in January and May shall reflect attorney fees paid 15 or more days
prior to the transmittal of the estimate.

7. Change orders to the medical or the dental fiscal intermediary
contract for amounts exceeding a total cost of $250,000 shall be
approved by the Director of Finance not sooner than 30 days after
written notification of the change order is provided to the
chairpersons of the fiscal and policy committees in each house and to

the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or not
sooner than such lesser time as the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or his or her designee, may designate.

If there are changes or potential changes in federal funding, the
Department of Finance shall provide timely written notification of
the
changes to the chairperson of the fiscal committee in each house and
the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. The
semiannual estimates of MediCal expenditures due to the Legislature
in January and May may constitute the notification required by this
provision.

8. Recoveries of advances made to counties in prior years pursuant
to
Section 14153 of the Welfare and Institutions Code are
reappropriated to the Health Care Deposit Fund for reimbursement of
those counties where allowable costs exceeded the amounts
advanced. Recoveries in excess of the amounts required to fully
reimburse allowable costs shall be transferred to the General Fund.
When a projected deficiency exists in the Medical Assistance
Program, these funds, subject to notification to the Chairperson of
the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, are appropriated and shall be
expended as soon as practicable for the state's share of payments for

medical care and services, county administration, and fiscal
intermediary services.

9. The Department of Finance may transfer funds representing all or
any portion of any estimated savings that are a result of
improvements
in  the Medi-Cal claims processing procedures from the Medi-Cal
services budget or the support budget of the State Department of
Health Services (Item 4260-001-0001) to the fiscal intermediary
budget item for purposes of making improvements to the Medi-Cal
claims system.

10. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4300-101-0001 for the state's share of expenditures for developmental

services provided to persons eligible for Medi-Cal.

11. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 and Section
26.00 of this act, the Department of Finance may authorize transfer
of
expenditure authority between Schedule (a), (b), or (c) and Schedule
(d). Schedule (d) may be used for the liquidation of prior years'
excess obligations of Item 4260-101-0001.

  The Director of Finance shall notify the Legislature within
 ten
   10   days of authorizing such a transfer unless
prior
notification of the transfer has been included in the Medi-Cal
estimates submitted pursuant to Section 14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.

12. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the total funds
appropriated for community-based outreach contracts to enroll
eligible children under the Medi-Cal and Healthy Families programs,
an amount of up to $2,000,000 over the fiscal year is available to
successful contractors, as determined by the State Department of
Health Services, as an advanced payment for the nonfederal share of
the contract award. The State Department of Health Services shall
determine the most effective means for making the advanced payments
and ensuring that contractors meet any specified criteria. 

13. Upon the request of the State Department of Health Services, and
subject to approval of the California Medical Assistance Commission
and the Department of Finance, $2,950,000 of the amount
appropriated in this item may be transferred to the Emergency
Services and Supplemental Payments Fund for allocation to the
Children's Hospitals. It is the intent of the Legislature that this
be a
two-year project.

14. Upon the request of the State Department of Health Services, and
subject to approval of the California Medical Assistance Commission
and the Department of Finance, $12,000,000 of the amount
appropriated in this item shall be transferred to the Emergency
Services and Supplemental Payments Fund for allocation to the
Children's Hospitals. 

4260-101-0693--Notwithstanding any other provision of law, moneys
available in the Emergency Services and Supplemental Payments
Fund, after the appropriation made by Item 4260-001-0693 of this act,

are appropriated to the Department of Health Services for expenditure

for local assistance for the purposes specified in Section 14085.6 of

the Welfare and Institutions Code.

4260-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  12,611,955,000 
 13,238,639,000 

Provisions:

1. Any of the provisions in Item 4260-101-0001 that are relevant to
this item also apply to this item.

4260-102-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
Program 20.10.030-Benefits (Medical Care and Services), for
supplemental reimbursement for debt service pursuant to Section
14085.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code  . . . 
55,053,000

 57,267,000 

4260-102-0890--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
Program 20.10.030--Benefits (Medical Care and Services), payable
from Federal Trust Fund, for supplemental reimbursement for debt
service pursuant to Section 14085.5 of the Welfare and Institutions
Code  . . .  58,132,000 
 60,470,000 

4260-103-0890--For local assistance, for refugee services,
Department of Health Services, for payment to Item 4260-101-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  7,475,000

 6,894,000 

Provisions:

1. Any of the provisions in Item 4260-101-0001 that are relevant to
this item also apply to this item.

4260-111-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Services
. . .  339,606,000 
 511,022,000 

Schedule:

(1) 10.10.010-Vital Records Improvement Project  . . . 631,000

(2) 10.20.010-Environmental Management  . . . 960,000

(3) 10.20.040-Drinking Water  . . . 6,468,000

(4) 10.30.030-Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention  . . . 8,500,000

(5) 10.30.040-Chronic Diseases  . . .  123,772,000 
 139,486,000 

(6) 10.30.050-Communicable Disease Control  . . .  66,604,000


 67,984,000 

(7) 10.30.060-AIDS  . . .  240,096,000 
 251,270,000 

(8) 20.30-County Health Services  . . .  119,351,000

 129,899,000 

(9) 20.40-Primary Care and Family Health  . . . 
1,384,781,000

 1,487,562,000 

(10) Reimbursements  . . .  -291,188,000 
 -305,955,000 

(11) Amount payable from the Breast Cancer Control Account (Item
4260-111-0009)  . . . -18,365,000

(12) Amount payable from the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Fund (Item 4260-111-0080)  . . . -12,000,000

(13) Amount payable from the Health Statistics Special Fund (Item
4260-111-0099)  . . . -300,000

(14) Amount payable from the Health Education Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-111-0231)  . . .
-79,835,000

(15) Amount payable from the Hospital Services Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-111-0232)  . . . 

-89,913,000 
 -79,680,000 

(16) Amount payable from the Physician Services Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-111-0233)  . . . 

-11,950,000 
 -9,166,000 

(17) Amount payable from the Unallocated Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund (Item 4260-111-0236)  . . . 
-94,805,000 
 -58,917,000 

(18) Amount payable from the Child Health and Safety Fund (Item
4260-111-0279)  . . . -491,000

(19) Amount payable from the Drinking Water Treatment and
Research Fund (Item 4260-111-0622)  . . . -4,453,000

(20) Amount payable from the Water System Reliability Account,
Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (Item
4260-111-0626)  . . . -1,702,000

(21) Amount payable from the Source Protection Account, Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (Item 4260-111-0627)  . .
. -250,000

(22) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4260-1110890)  . . .  -1,006,305,000 
 -1,010,624,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the total amount of reimbursements in this item, 
$7,725,000
  $15,942,000   shall be available for
administration,
research and training projects. Notwithstanding Section 28.00 of this

act, the Department of Health Services shall report under that
section,
any new project over $200,000 or any increase in excess of $400,000
for an identified project.

2. Program 10.30.060-AIDS:

The Office of AIDS in the State Department of Health Services, in
allocating and processing contracts and grants, shall comply with the

same requirements that are established for contracts and grants for
other public health programs. The contracts or grants administered by

the Office of AIDS shall be exempt from the Public Contract Code and
shall be exempt from approval by the  Department of Finance and the
Department of General Services prior to their execution.

3. Program 20.40-Primary Care and Family Health:

(a) Notwithstanding Section 28.00 of this act, the Department of
Finance, upon request of the State Department of Health Services, may

authorize and approve a budget revision to augment Schedule (9)
Primary Care and Family Health, WIC Rebates and Recoveries, in
this item for any additional rebate moneys or recoveries that become
available for the Special  Supplemental Food Program for Women,
Infants, and Children (WIC) during this fiscal year.

(b) Counties may retain 50 percent of total enrollment and assessment

fees that are collected by the counties for the CCS program. Fifty
percent of the enrollment and assessment fee for each county shall be

offset from the state's match for that county.

4. Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item and Item
4260-001-0001 which have been budgeted to meet the state's
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families maintenance-of-effort
requirement established pursuant to the federal Personal
Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996
(P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would cause
their disqualification as a federally allowable maintenance-of-effort

expenditure.

5. Using $20,000,000 in available one-time federal funds
(reimbursements from the Department of Social Services), the funds
appropriated in Schedule (5) of Item 4260-001-0001 ($519,000) and
Schedule (10) of Item 4260-111-0001 ($19,481,000) are for
expenditure in the 2000-01 fiscal year to continue the Community
Challenge Grant Program, initially established by Chapter 197,
Statutes of 1996. 

6. In awarding grants for the Community Challenge Grant Program, the
State Department of Health Services shall use criteria to encourage
projects based on research and tested program designs, similar to the

guidelines used in the California Department of Education's Teen
Pregnancy Prevention Grant Program. It is not the intent of the
Legislature to preclude the selection of innovative programs designed

to test new approaches or strategies, as long as these program
designs
do not conflict with the available research.

7. It is the intent of the Legislature to fully fund Section 101230
of the
Health and Safety Code to provide funding for local health
jurisdictions to administer communicable disease control and
community and public health surveillance activities.

8. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be used
for
the Marin County Health and Human Services Department for
purposes of community-based breast cancer research in Marin County.
Data from the research shall be compiled and analyzed by the county
and the University of California, Berkeley and shall be available for

replication and use on a statewide basis.

9. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $600,000 is appropriated
for the local public health hepatitis A immunization programs. 

4260-111-0009--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Breast Cancer
Control  Account  . . . 18,365,000

4260-111-0080--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Childhood Lead
Poisoning Prevention Fund  . . . 12,000,000

4260-111-0099--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Health
Statistics Special Fund  . . . 300,000

4260-111-0231--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Health
Education Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund   . . .

79,835,000

4260-111-0232--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Hospital
Services Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund   . . .

 89,913,000 
 79,680,000 

4260-111-0233--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Physician
                                           Services Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund   . . .
11,950,000

4260-111-0236--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Unallocated
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund   . . . 
94,805,000 
 58,917,000 

4260-111-0279--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Child Health
and Safety Fund  . . . 491,000

4260-111-0622--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Drinking Water
Treatment and Research Fund  . . . 4,453,000

4260-111-0626--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Water System
Reliability Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund
. . . 1,702,000

4260-111-0627--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Source
Protection Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund
. . . 250,000

4260-111-0890--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  1,006,305,000 
 1,010,624,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $57,207,000 shall be
available for administration, research, and training projects.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 28.00 of this act, the
State
Department of Health Services shall report under that section any new

project over $200,000 or any increase in excess of $400,000 for an
identified project.

4260-112-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for implementation of the Healthy Families Program (Public Health)  .

. .  1,079,000 
 1,036,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.40--Primary Care and Family Health  . . .  4,765,000

 4,678,000 

(b) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4260-1120890)  . . .  -3,686,000 
 -3,642,000 

4260-112-0890--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-112-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  3,686,000 
 3,642,000 

4260-113-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for the Healthy Families Program (Medi-Cal)  . . .  3,717,000


 6,666,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.10.010-Eligibility (County Administration)  . . . 
7,538,000

 12,845,000 

(b) 20.10.020-Fiscal Intermediary Management  . . .  637,000

 348,000 

(c) 20.10.030-Benefits (Medical Care and Services)  . . . 
19,458,000 
 7,214,000 

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4260-1130890)  . . .  -23,916,000 
 -13,741,000 

4260-113-0890--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for payment to Item 4260-113-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  23,916,000 
 13,741,000 

4260-114-0942--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
payable from the Women, Infants, and Children Vendor Fines and
Penalties Account, Special Deposit Fund  . . . 100,000

 4260-115-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund  . . . 15,417,000

Provisions:

1. The Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund shall be
continuously appropriated, as intended by Section 116760.30(a) of the

Health and Safety Code.

2. The State Controller's Office shall transfer the funds
appropriated
in the Budget Act of 1998 ($15,137,000 General Fund in Item
4260-111-0001 and $63,285,000 federal matching funds in Item
4260-111-0890) for public water system  loans and grants to the Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund. 

4260-115-0890--For transfer by the Controller from the Federal Trust
Fund to the Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund  . . .

69,400,000 
 164,000,000 

4260-116-0890--For transfer by the Controller to various 
Federal Funds    federal funds    . . . (8,270,000)


Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated by this item, $8,270,000 will be
transferred as follows:

(a) Transfer $3,459,000 to Administration Account, Safe Drinking
Water State Revolving Loan Fund

(b) Transfer $3,148,000 to Water System Reliability Account, Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund

(c) Transfer $1,663,000 to Small System Technical Assistance
Account, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund

 (d) Transfer $2,954,000 to Source Protection Account, Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund

4260-117-0001--For transfer by the Controller from the General Fund
to the Human Leukocyte Antigen Testing Fund (1002)  . . . 1,500,000

4260-117-1002--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
payable from the Human Leukocyte Antigen Testing Fund  . . .
1,500,000 

4260-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Services,
for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 7,226,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.026.891-SIDS Contacts by Local Health Officers (Ch. 268,
Stats. 1991)  . . . 325,000

(2) 98.01.045.374-SIDS Notices (Ch. 453, Stats. 1974)  . . . 35,000

(3) 98.01.091.692-Pacific Beach Safety (Ch. 916, Stats. 1992)  . . .

71,000

(4) 98.01.095.589-SIDS Autopsies
(Ch. 955, Stats. 1989)  . . . 1,869,000

(5) 98.01.108.888-AIDS Search Warrants (Ch. 1088, Stats. 1988)  . .
. 899,000

(6) 98.01.116.381-Medi-Cal Beneficiary Death Notices (Ch. 102,
Stats. 1981 and Ch. 1163, Stats. 1981)  . . . 100,000

(7) 98.01.159.788-Inmates AIDS Testing (Ch. 1597, Stats. 1988)  . . .

1,241,000

(8) 98.01.160.390-Perinatal services for alcohol/drug exposed infants

(Ch. 1603, Stats. 1990)  . . . 2,686,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house that considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

4260-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Health Services  .
. .  4,034,000 
 5,879,000 

Schedule:

(1) 94.50.010-Southern California Laboratory: Fire and Life Safety
Renovation--Construction  . . . 4,034,000 

(2) 94.60.050-Richmond Laboratory Campus: Phase III Office
Building--Preliminary plans  . . . 1,845,000 

4260-402--In the event the bonds authorized for the Capital Area Plan

project in Chapter 761, Statutes 1997 are not sold, the Department of

Health Services shall commit a sufficient portion of its support
appropriation, as determined by the Department of Finance, which is
provided for in this Budget Act to repay any interim financing. It is
the
intent of the Legislature that this commitment shall be included in
future Budget Acts until all interim financing is re-paid either
through
the proceeds from the sale of bonds or from an appropriation.

4260-495--Reversion, Department of Health Services. As of June 30,
2000, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided in
the following citations shall revert to the health Education Account,

Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.

0231-Health Education Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund

(1) Section 27(b)(5), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Tobacco
Oversight Committee

(2) Section 28(b)(5), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Tobacco
Oversight Committee

(3) Section 29(b)(5), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Tobacco
Oversight Committee

(4) Section 29(b)(2), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Health Education
Media Campaign

(5) Section 27(b)(6), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Local Lead
Agencies

(6) Section 10(a)(5)(A), Chapter 1331, Statutes of 1989-Competitive
Grants

(7) Section 27(b)(4), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Competitive
Grants

(8) Section 28(b)(4), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Competitive
Grants

(9) Section 29(b)(4), Chapter 278, Statutes of 1991-Competitive
Grants

4270-001-0001--For support, California Medical Assistance
Commission  . . . 1,257,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-California Medical Assistance Commission  . . . 2,512,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -1,255,000

4280-001-0001--For support of Managed Risk Medical Insurance
Board  . . .  1,514,000 
 2,312,000 

Schedule:

(a) 40-Healthy Families Program  . . .  1,611,000 
 2,409,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -97,000

4280-001-0309--For support of Managed Risk Medical Insurance
Board, for payment to Item 4280-001-0313, payable from the
Perinatal Insurance Fund  . . . 818,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 4280-001-0313 also applies to this item.

4280-001-0313--For support of Managed Risk Medical Insurance
Board, payable from the Major Risk Medical Insurance Fund  . . .
819,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Major Risk Medical Insurance Program  . . . 819,000

(b) 20-Access for Infants and Mothers Program  . . . 818,000

(d) Amount payable from the Perinatal Insurance Fund, (Item
4280-001-0309)  . . . -818,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board in excess of the amount appropriated not sooner than
30 days after notification in writing of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner
than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance determine.

4280-001-0890--For support of Managed Risk Medical Insurance
Board, payable from Federal Trust Fund, for Program 40, Healthy
Families Program  . . .  2,344,000 
 3,897,000 

4280-101-0001--For local assistance, Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board, for the Healthy Families Program  . . . 
111,359,000 
 158,535,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20-Access for Infants and Mothers Program  . . . 
1,989,000

 1,430,000 

(b) 40-Healthy Families Program  . . .  109,370,000 

 157,105,000 

4280-101-0890--For local assistance, Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for the Healthy

Families Program  . . .  200,898,000 
 276,513,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20-Access for Infants and Mothers  . . .  3,869,000

 2,770,000 

(b) 40-Healthy Families Program  . . .  197,029,000 

 273,743,000 

4280-102-0001--For local assistance, Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board, for the Healthy Families Program administrative
contracts  . . .  10,486,000 
 19,023,000 

Schedule:

(a) 40-Healthy Families Program  . . .  11,846,000 
 24,982,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . .  -1,360,000 
 -5,959,000 

4280-102-0890--For local assistance, Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board, for Program 40, Healthy Families Program
administrative contracts  . . .  15,216,000 
 20,789,000 

4280-111-0232--For transfer by the Controller from the Hospital
Services Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund to the
Perinatal Insurance Fund, for the Access for Infants and Mothers
Program  . . . (23,800,000)

4280-111-0233--For transfer by the Controller from the Physician
Services Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund to the
Perinatal Insurance Fund, for the Access for Infants and Mothers
Program  . . . (12,737,000)

4280-111-0236--For transfer by the Controller upon notification from
the Department of Finance from the Unallocated Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund to the Perinatal Insurance Fund,
for the Access for Infants and Mothers Program  . . .  (0)

 (10,457,000) 

4280-112-0232--For transfer by the Controller upon notification from
the Department of Finance from the  Physician   

Hospital   Services Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Major Risk Medical Insurance Fund, for the Major
Risk Medical Insurance Program  . . . (0)

4280-112-0233--For transfer by the Controller upon notification from
the Department of Finance from the Physician Services Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund to the Major Risk
Medical Insurance Fund, for the  Managed   
Major
 Risk Medical Insurance Program  . . . (0)

4280-112-0236--For transfer by the Controller upon notification from
the Department of Finance from the Unallocated Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund to the Major Risk Medical
Insurance Fund, for the Major Risk Medical Insurance Program  . . .
(0)

4300-001-0001--For support of Department of Developmental
Services  . . .  28,384,000 
 27,827,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Community Services Program  . . .  16,695,000

 16,960,000 

(b) 20-Developmental Centers Program   . . .  16,269,000

 15,447,000 

(c) 35.01-Administration  . . . 22,250,000

(d) 35.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -22,250,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -2,516,000

(f) Amount payable from the Developmental Disabilities Program
Development Fund (Item 4300-001-0172)  . . . -247,000

(g) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4300-001-0890)  . . . -1,817,000

4300-001-0172--For support of Department of Developmental
Services, for payment to Item 4300-001-0001, payable from the
Developmental Disabilities Program Development Fund  . . . 247,000

4300-001-0890--For support of Department of Developmental
Services, for payment to Item 4300-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,817,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the State Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4300-101-0890 in order to effectively administer the Early
Intervention Program (Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act).

4300-003-0001--For support of Department of Developmental
Services, for Developmental Centers  . . .  57,621,000

 97,291,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20-Developmental Centers Program  . . .  593,134,000

 634,553,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . .  -534,384,000 
 -536,133,000 

(c) Amount payable from the California State Lottery Education Fund
(Item 4300-003-0814)  . . . -389,000

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4300-0030890)  . . . -740,000

Provisions:

1. The General Fund shall make a loan available to the State
Department of Developmental Services not to exceed a cumulative
total of $80,000,000. The loan funds will be transferred to this item
as
needed to meet cash-flow needs due to delays in collecting
reimbursements from the Health Care Deposit Fund, and subject to the
repayment provisions of Section 16351 of the Government Code.

2. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (a), $869,000 is provided
for payment of energy service contracts as required in connection
with
issuance of Public Works Board Energy Efficiency Revenue Bonds
(State Pool Program), Series 1986 A.

3. To the extent that the State Department of Developmental Services
is eligible to receive additional Title XIX Medi-Cal reimbursements
as a result of population increases in the developmental centers, the

department is authorized to expend those reimbursements for the care
of the additional clients upon approval of the Director of Finance.

4. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4300-101-0001. Within 10 working days after approval of a transfer
as authorized by this provision, the Department of Finance shall
notify
the chairperson of the fiscal committee of each house of the
Legislature of the transfer, including the amount transferred, how
the
amount was determined, and how the amount will be utilized. 

5. It is the intent of the Legislature that the janitorial contracts
currently in effect at the Department of Developmental Services' five

developmental centers be terminated and rebid to include health
benefits for the contract janitorial workers. To ensure no disruption
in
services, the existing contracts shall remain in effect until the new

contracts are in place.

Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be used to
provide health benefits to janitorial workers contracted by the State

Department of Developmental Services for the developmental centers.


4300-003-0814--For support of Department of Developmental
Services, for payment to Item 4300-003-0001, payable from the
California State Lottery Education Fund  . . . 389,000

Provisions:

1. All funds received pursuant to Proposition 37 that are allocable
to
the Department of Developmental Services pursuant to Section 8880.5
of the Government Code, and that are in excess of the amount
appropriated in this item, are hereby appropriated in augmentation of

this item. These additional funds may be expended only upon written
approval of the Director of Finance.

4300-003-0890--For support of Department of Developmental
Services, for payment to Item 4300-003-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 740,000

4300-004-0001--For support of Department of Developmental
Services (Proposition 98), for Developmental Centers  . . . 
13,779,000 
 14,086,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20-Developmental Centers Program  . . .  19,574,000

 20,022,000 

(1) 20.17-AB 1202 Contracts  . . . 7,311,000

(2) 20.66-Medi-Cal Eligible Education Services  . . . 
12,263,000

 12,711,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . .  -5,795,000 
 -5,936,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,480,000 is to be used
to
provide the General Fund match for Medi-Cal Eligible Education
Services.

4300-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Developmental
Services, for Regional Centers  . . .  895,849,000 
 999,580,000 

Schedule: 

10.10-Regional Centers 

(a) 10.10.010-Operations  . . .  347,488,000 
 352,568,000 

(b) 10.10.020-Purchase of  Services  . . .  1,371,879,000

 1,488,799,000 

(c) 10.10.060-Early Intervention Programs  . . .  20,200,000

 20,080,000 

(d) 10.20.010-Program Development  . . . 1,426,000

(e) 10.70 Habilitation Services  . . .  22,269,000 
 12,236,000 

(f) Reimbursements  . . .  -818,971,000 
 -820,919,000 

(g) Amount payable from Developmental Disabilities Program
Development Fund (Item 4300-1010172)  . . . -2,700,000

(h) Amount payable from Developmental Disabilities Services
Account (Item 4300-101-0496)  . . .  -1,000,000 
 -3,800,000 

(i) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 4300-101-0890)  .
. .  -44,742,000 
 -48,110,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4300-003-0001. The Director of Finance may authorize the transfer of
funds between this item and Item 4260-101-0001 for the state's share
of expenditures for developmental services provided to persons
eligible under the California Medical Assistance Program.

2. A loan shall be made available from the General Fund to the State
Department of Developmental Services not to exceed a cumulative
total of $160,000,000. The loan funds shall be transferred to this
item
as needed to meet cash-flow needs due to delays in collecting
reimbursements from the Health Care Deposit Fund, and are subject to
the repayment provisions of Section 16351 of the Government Code.

3. Upon order of the Director of Finance, in order to meet client
services needs, the Controller shall transfer the General Fund share
of
budgeted client costs as necessary between this item and Items
5160-001-0001 and 5160-101-0001 to provide for the transfer of
clients between the Department of Developmental Services and the
Department of Rehabilitation resulting from program closures. The
amount transferred shall be based on the   amount budgeted per client

by each department for the remainder of the fiscal year. 

4. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
funds as are necessary between this item and Item 5160-001-0001 to
provide for the transportation costs to and from work activity
programs of clients who are receiving vocational rehabilitation
services through the Vocational Rehabilitation/Work Activity
Program (VR/WAP) Transition Program. 

4300-101-0172--For local assistance, Department of Developmental
Services, for payment to Item 4300-101-0001, payable from the
Developmental Disabilities Program Development Fund  . . .
2,700,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize expenditures for the Department of
Developmental Services in excess of the amount appropriated no
sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the chairperson
of
the fiscal committees and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, or no sooner than such lesser time as the
chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.

4300-101-0496--For local assistance, Department of Developmental
Services, for payment to Item 4300-101-0001, payable from the
Developmental Disabilities Services Account  . . .  1,000,000


 3,800,000

Provisions:

1. Of the $3,800,000 appropriated in this item for affordable
housing,
$1,000,000 shall be available on a competitive basis for nonprofit
housing development corporations to hire housing experts to develop
housing projects to meet the needs of developmentally disabled
Californians in at least 10 regions with each region capped at
$100,000. 

4300-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Developmental
Services, for Regional Centers, for payment to Item 4300-101-0001,
payable from Federal Trust Fund  . . .  44,742,000 
 48,110,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4300-001-0890 in order to effectively administer the Early
Intervention Program (Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act).

4300-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Developmental
Services, for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of
Section 6 of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution or Section
17561 of the Government Code, of the costs of any new program or
increased level of service of an existing program mandated by statute

or executive order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . .
486,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.064.480-Judicial Proceedings (Ch. 644, Stats. 1980)  . . .

87,000

(2) 98.01.069.475-Attorney Fees  (Ch. 694, Stats. 1975)  . . .
189,000

(3) 98.01.125.380-MR Representation (Ch. 1253, Stats. 1980)  . . .
107,000

(4) 98.01.130.480-Conservatorship (Ch. 1304, Stats. 1980)  . . .
103,000

(5) 98.01.135.776-Guardianship/Conservatorship filings (Ch. 1357,
Stats. 1976)  . . . 0

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house  that considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

3. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, mandates
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision
are
specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year: (a) Guardianship/Conservatorship filings, (Ch.
1357, Stats. 1976)

4300-490--Reappropriation, Department of Developmental Services.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, as of June 30, 2000, the
balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations
are
reappropriated for the purposes specified and shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2001, unless otherwise stated.

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 4300-101-0001 (a) 10.10.010 and (b) 10.10.020, Budget Act
        of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) for regional centers. One-half of the savings
generated by regional centers operating under performance-based
contracts shall be reappropriated for one-time expenditures that are
approved by the Department of Developmental Services.

(2) Item 4300-101-0001 (a) 10.10.010 and (b) 10.10.020, Budget Act
of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) for statewide training and testing. The

unencumbered   balance of the interagency agreement between
the State Department of Developmental Services and the State
Department of Education, Regional Occupational Center Programs
Unit shall be reappropriated and available for expenditure.

(3) Item 4300-101-0001 (a) 10.10.020, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50,
Stats. 1999) for Self Determination Pilot Projects.  The
encumbered    This   balance shall be
reappropriated
and available for  ependiture    expenditure
 until
January 1, 2002. 

(4) Item 4300-101-0001 (a) 10.10.010 and (b) 10.10.020, Budget Act
of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) for the Life Quality Assessment
interagency agreement with the Organization of Area Boards on
Developmental Disabilities. 

4440-001-0001--For support of Department of Mental Health  . . .
 28,757,000 
 35,293,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Community Services  . . .  31,497,000 
37,815,000 

(b) 20-Long-Term Care Services  . . .  10,404,000 
 11,372,000 

(c) 35.01-Departmental Administration  . . . 16,949,000

(d) 35.02-Distributed Departmental Administration  . . . -16,949,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . .  -10,306,000 
 -11,039,000 

(f) Amount payable from the Restitution Fund (Item 4440-001-0214)  .

. . -739,000

(g) Amount payable from the Traumatic Brain Injury Fund (Item
4440-001-0311)  . . . -77,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
4440-001-0890)  . . .  -2,022,000 
 -2,039,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of Finance, and following 30-day
notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the
Controller
shall transfer between this item and Item 4440-016-0001 those funds
that are necessary for direct community services, as well as
administrative and ancillary services related to the provision of
direct
services.

2. Of the funds appropriated for support of the Sexually Violent
Predator program, any funds in excess of the amount needed for the
program shall revert to the General Fund unless the expenditure of
those funds is approved by the Department of Finance. Approval of
the Department of Finance may not be effective sooner than 30 days
after notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

3. The State Department of Mental Health, in conjunction with the
Department of Corrections (CDC) and the Board of Prison Terms,
shall report to the Department of Finance by July 1, 2000, on
criteria
and statutory changes that should be made to ensure that CDC
referrals
of potentially mentally disordered offenders are made using criteria
that more closely align with certifiable status. 

4. The State Department of Mental Health shall establish a Long-Term
Care Mental Health Innovation Work Group with representation from
stakeholders whose purpose is to develop options and
recommendations on improving existing models of community-based
long-term care and developing alternative treatment models for
community-based long-term care. The work group shall provide the
Legislature with this analysis by no later than January 1, 2001.

5. The State Department of Mental Health shall, in conjunction with
county Mental Health Plans and other interested entities as deemed
appropriate by the department, review options available for counties
to purchase mental health drugs at more reasonable cost and to
provide technical assistance to the counties in implementing any of
these options. 

4440-001-0214--For support of Department of Mental Health, for
payment to Item 4440-001-0001, payable from the Restitution Fund  . .

. 739,000

4440-001-0311--For support of Department of Mental Health, for
payment to Item 4440-001-0001, payable from the Traumatic Brain
Injury Fund  . . . 77,000

4440-001-0890--For support of Department of Mental Health, for
payment to Item 4440-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  2,022,000 
 2,039,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the State Controller
shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4440-101-0890.

4440-011-0001--For support of the State Hospitals, Department of
Mental Health  . . .  393,112,000 
 400,789,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.10-Long-Term Care Services-Lanterman-Petris-Short  . . .
103,501,000

(b) 20.20-Long-Term Care Services-Penal Code and Judicially
Committed  . . .  393,112,000 
 401,897,000 

(c) 20.30-Long-Term Care Services-Other State Hospital Services  . .

.  45,632,000 
 46,214,000 

(d) Reimbursements  . . .  -148,744,000 
 -150,434,000 

(e) Amount payable from the California State Lottery Education Fund
(Item 4440-011-0814)  . . . -389,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
such funds as are necessary between this item and Items
4300-003-0001, 4300-004-0001, 5240-001-0001, and
5460-001-0001.

2. Upon order of the Director of Finance, and following 30-day
notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the
Controller
shall transfer between this item and Item 4440-016-0001 those funds
that are necessary for direct community services, as well as
administrative and ancillary services related to the provision of
direct
services.

3. Upon approval of the State Department of Mental Health, a portion
of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b) shall be available to
reimburse counties for the cost of treatment and legal services to
patients in the four State Department of Mental Health State
Hospitals,
pursuant to Section 4117 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
Expenditures made under this item shall be charged to either the
fiscal
year in which the claim is received or the fiscal year in which the
Controller issues the warrant. Claims filed by local jurisdictions
for
legal services may be scheduled by the Controller for payment.

4. The reimbursements identified in Schedule (d) of this item shall
include amounts received by the State Department of Mental Health as
a result of billing for LPS state hospital bed day expenditures
attributable to conservatees who are gravely disabled as defined in
subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (h) of Section 5008
of the Welfare and Institutions Code (Murphy Conservatee).

5. Of the total amount attributable in the 2000-01 fiscal year to
patient-generated collections for LPS patients, the Controller shall
transfer the first $8,000,000 as revenue to the General Fund, and the

remainder shall be used to offset county costs for LPS state hospital

beds.

6. Of the funds appropriated for the Sexually Violent Predator
program, any funds in excess of the amount needed for the program
shall revert to the General Fund unless the expenditure of those
funds
is approved by the Department of Finance. Approval of the
Department of Finance may not be effective sooner than 30 days after
notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

7. The State Department of Mental Health shall report to the fiscal
and
policy committees of each house of the Legislature by November 1,
2000, on the use of a marginal cost methodology, and any other
applicable cost methodologies deemed appropriate, for determining
the cost of supporting additional patients at the state hospitals. At
a
minimum, the report shall note the manner in which the methodologies
would be applied for budgeting purposes, the benefits and detriments
of each methodology referenced, and the potential savings or
costs. 

8. Transfers of low- and medium-security risk Penal Code patients to
Napa State Hospital or Metropolitan State Hospital shall be arranged
on a flow basis to ensure community security and safety and patient
stability. In no instance shall the number of Penal Code or forensic
patients admitted exceed 30 patients in any month at either state
hospital.

9. The State Department of Mental Health shall provide specialized
training to level-of-care and, as necessary, nonlevel-of-care, staff
at
both Napa and Metropolitan State Hospitals to ensure the safest and
most therapeutic environment possible for both patients and
employees.

10. The State Department of Mental Health shall provide specialized
training to local law enforcement agencies located in the immediate
vicinity of Napa State Hospital and Metropolitan State Hospital, as
needed, in order to ensure both patient and local community safety.
At
a minimum, the training shall include information on how to identify
a
patient, procedures for notifying the state hospitals, and techniques
for
diffusing and appropriately controlling potentially difficult
situations.

11. The State Department of Mental Health shall consult with the
Sheriff of the County of Napa and the Police Chief of the City of
Napa
in the development and ongoing modification of a security plan for
Napa State Hospital. The department shall also consult a city
official
designated by the City of Norwalk.

12. The State Department of Mental Health shall report to the fiscal
and policy committees of each house of the Legislature by November
1, 2000, on the use of a marginal cost methodology, and any other
applicable cost methodologies deemed appropriate, for determining
the cost of supporting additional patients at the State Hospitals. At
a
minimum, the report shall note the manner in which the methodologies
would be applied for budgeting purposes, the benefits and detriments
of each methodology referenced, and the potential savings or costs.


4440-011-0814--For support of Department of Mental Health, for
payment to Item 4440-011-0001, payable from the California State
Lottery Education Fund  . . . 389,000

Provisions:

1. All funds received pursuant to Proposition 37 that are allocable
to
the Department of Mental Health pursuant to Section 8880.5 of the
Government Code, and that are in excess of the amount appropriated
in this item, are appropriated in augmentation of this item. These
additional funds may be expended only upon written approval of the
Director of Finance.

4440-012-0001--For support of the State Hospitals (Proposition 98),
Department of Mental Health  . . . 3,400,000

Schedule:

(a) 20.10-Long-Term Care Services-Lanterman-Petris-Short  . . .
3,400,000

(b) 20.30-Long-Term Care Services--Other State Hospital Services  .
. . 367,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -367,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available to contract for
the
provision of education services for mental health patients on state
hospital grounds.

4440-016-0001--For support of Department of Mental Health, for
Conditional Release Services  . . . 17,248,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Long-Term Care Services  . . . 17,248,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used to provide
community services as provided in Section 4360 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. These funds shall support direct community
services, as well as administrative and ancillary services related to

the provision of direct services.

2. Upon order of the Director of Finance, and following 30-day
notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the
Controller
shall transfer between this item and Items 4440-001-0001 and
4440-011-0001 those funds that are necessary for direct community
services, as well as administrative and ancillary services related to

the provision of direct services.

3. The State Department of Mental Health shall provide forensic
conditional release services mandated either in Title 15 (commencing
with Section 1600) of Part 2 or in Title 15 (commencing with Section
2960) of Article 3 of the Penal Code, through contracts with programs

which integrate the supervision and treatment roles and providers
selected consistent with Section 1615 of the Penal Code.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, it is intended that no
funds
shall be available for the payment of treatment services to persons
on
court visit from state hospitals to the community as designated in
subdivision (a) of Section 4117 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.


4440-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health  .
. .  60,768,000 
 160,770,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.25-Community Services--Other Treatment  . . . 
714,691,000 
 816,670,000 

(b) 10.40-Community Services--Adult System of Care  . . . 7,772,000

(c) 10.47-Community Services--Children's Mental Health Services  . .

.  26,354,000 
 47,354,000 

(d) 10.85-AIDS  . . . 1,500,000

(dx) 10.97-Community Services--Healthy Families  . . . 
16,881,000 
 5,705,000 

(e) Reimbursements  . . .  -706,430,000 
 -718,231,000 

Provisions:

1. Augmentations to reimbursements in this item from the Office of
Emergency Services for Disaster Relief are exempt from Section
28.00 of this act. The State Department of Mental Health shall
provide
written notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee
describing the nature and planned expenditure of these augmentations
when the amount received exceeds $200,000.

2. It is the intent of the Legislature that local expenditures for
mental
health services for Medi-Cal eligible individuals serve as the match
to draw down maximum federal financial participation to continue the
Short-Doyle/Medi-Cal program. 

3. It is the intent of the Legislature that Los Angeles County
receive
full funding for its Children's System of Care Program as determined
by the funding formula developed by the State Department of Mental
Health.

4. Of the $3,000,000 increase for the Caregiver Resource Centers,
$1,000,000 shall be allocated to Los Angeles Caregiver Resource
Center, $200,000 shall be allocated for the Statewide Resources
Consultant, and the remaining amount shall be allocated as deemed
appropriate by the State Department of Mental Health. In addition,
nothing shall preclude the use of these funds for satellite offices.


5. The State Department of Mental Health shall develop a plan for
system quality improvement, utilizing external experts where
appropriate and including development for measures of quality
beyond program compliance standards. The plan development shall
use the existing review and approval authority of the Mental Health
Planning Council and the outcome measures and quality indicators
under development by the Mental Health Planning Council and Quality
Improvement Committee.

6. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be
transferred to Item 2240-107-0001. The Department of Housing and
Community Developoment shall allocate these funds to eligible
entities to develop housing for persons  with disabilities, special
needs, and chronic health problems. 

4440-101-0311--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health,
all funds that are transferred into the Traumatic Brain Injury Fund
pursuant to subdivision (f) of Section 1464 of the Penal Code  . . .

1,019,000

Schedule:

(a) 10.87-Community Services--Traumatic Brain Injury Projects  . . .

1,359,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -340,000

4440-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  36,231,000

 48,114,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.25-Community Services--Other Treatment  . . . 
33,249,000

 44,264,000 

(b) 10.75-Community Services--Homeless Mentally Disabled  . . .
 2,982,000 
 3,850,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for assistance to local
agencies in the establishment and operation of mental health
services,
in accordance with Division 5 (commencing with Section 5000) of the
Welfare and Institutions Code.

2. The Department of Mental Health may authorize advance payments
of federal grant funds on a monthly basis to the counties for
grantees.
These  advance payments may not exceed one-twelfth of Section 2.00
of the individual grant award for the 2000-01 fiscal year.

3. Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4440-001-0890.

4. The State Department of Mental Health, in consultation with county

mental programs, shall provide to the fiscal and appropriate policy
committees of the Legislature, by August 1, 2000, an analysis on the
supplemental seriously emotionally disturbed treatment services
provided to children enrolled in the Healthy Families Program, as
administered by the Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board. The
analysis shall include, at a minimum, a fiscal estimate of county
capacity to meet the treatment needs of additional Healthy Family
enrollees requiring these services and a methodology for assuring
that
counties maintain service levels to children, which shall be similar
to
the base benchmarking technique used in the Early Periodic Screening
Diagnosis and Treatment Program.

 5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $4,900,000 shall be

allocated for peer support activities, which may include self-help
assistance, family-to-family support, as well as efforts to include
clients and families as professional staff in county mental health
departments and in community-based programs. 

4440-102-0001--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health
(Proposition 98) for early mental health services  . . . 15,000,000

4440-103-0001--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health,
Program 10.25-Community Services: Other Treatment for Mental
Health Managed Care  . . .  173,863,000 
 181,865,000 

Provisions:

1. The allocation of funds appropriated in this item shall be
determined based on a methodology developed by the State
Department of Mental Health in consultation with a statewide
organization representing counties. This methodology shall be based
on a review of actual and projected expenditures for mental health
services for Medi-Cal beneficiaries, by county.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $8,000,000 shall be
transferred to the Mental Health Managed Care Deposit Fund (Fund
0865).

3. Upon order of the Director of Finance and agreement between the
State Department of Mental Health and the State Department of Health
Services, the State Controller shall transfer between this item and
Item 4260-101-0001 any General Fund amount determined necessary
to fully reflect the transfer of responsibility for administration of

mental health services pursuant to the implementation of mental
health
managed care.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the emergency
regulations adopted pursuant to Section 14680 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code to implement the second phase of Mental Health
Managed Care as provided in Part 2.5 (commencing with Section
5775) of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code shall remain

in effect until July 1, 2001, or until the regulations are made
permanent, whichever occurs first, and shall not be subject to the
repeal provisions of Section 11346.1 of the Government Code until
that time.

4440-111-0001--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health,
for care giver resource centers serving families of brain-damaged
adults  . . . 9,247,000

4440-131-0001--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health,
for services to special education pupils  . . . 12,334,000

Provisions:

1. In allocating to the counties funds for mental health services to
pupils who are specified in accordance with Chapter 26.5
(commencing with Section 7570) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the
Government Code and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Section 602(a) Amendments of 1990, as defined in Section 300.5 of
Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations, and who meet the
requirements of Section 56026 of the Education Code and Sections
3030 and 3031 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, the
Department of Mental Health may allocate the funds based on the
individual county's needs, in lieu of using the  allocation method
set
forth in Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5701.

4440-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Mental Health,
for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or of Section 17561 of
the Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased
level of service of an existing program mandated by statute or
executive order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . .
44,149,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.049.877-Coroner's Costs (Ch. 498, Stats. 1977)  . . .
107,000

(2) 98.01.081.579-Short-Doyle Case Management (Ch. 815, Stats.
1979)  . . . 0

(3) 98.01.103.678-Mentally Disordered Offender Recommitments
(Ch. 1036, Stats. 1978)  . . . 189,000

(4) 98.01.111.479-Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity (Ch. 1114, Stats.

1979)  . . . 298,000

(5) 98.01.132.784-Short-Doyle Audits (Ch. 1327, Stats. 1984)  . . . 0


(6) 98.01.135.285-Residential Care Services (Ch. 1352, Stats. 1985)
. . . 0

(7) 98.01.174.784-Services to Handicapped Students (Ch. 1747,
Stats. 1984)  . . . 39,488,000

(8) 98.01.076.295-Sexually Violent Predators (Chs. 762 and 763,
Stats. 1995)  . . . 4,067,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amount therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

3. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, mandates
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision
are
specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Short-Doyle Case Management (Ch. 815, Stats. 1979)

(b) Short-Doyle Audits
(Ch. 1327, Stats. 1984)

(c) Residential Care Services
(Ch. 1352, Stats. 1985)

4440-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Mental Health  . . .

 2,099,000 
 2,425,000 

Schedule:

(1) 55.18.245-Atascadero: New 250 Bed Hospital
Addition--Equipment  . . . 986,000

(2) 55.35.920-Metro: Replace R&T and Administration
Buildings--Equipment  . . . 533,000

(3) 55.40.275-Napa: Remodel Building  196    194

, S Units--Study  . . . 150,000

 (3.5) 55.35.290-Metro: Remodel Building 206/208 for School
Function--Study  . . . 79,000 

(4) 55.10.205-Minor Projects  . . .  430,000 
 677,000 

 4440-493--Reappropriation, Department of Mental Health. The
balances of the appropriations provided for in the following
citations
are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 4440-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(2.1) 55.18.260--Atascadero: Improve Perimeter and Roofline
Security--Construction

0660--Public Buildings Construction Fund

(1) Item 4440-301-0660, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(1) 55.18.255--Sexually Violent Predator Facility--Working drawings


4440-495--Reversion, Department of Mental Health. As of June 30,
2000, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided in
the following citations shall revert to the General Fund.

0036--Special Account for Capital Outlay

(1) Item  4510-801-0036    4440-801-0036  ,

Budget Act of 1986 (Ch. 17/8, Stats. 1986) 55.45.100 Patton State
Hospital, Security Improvements, Building 70--Construction.

4700-001-0890--For support of Department of Community Services
and Development, payable from the Federal Trust Fund   . . .
9,354,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Energy Programs  . . . 8,996,000

(b) 40-Community Services  . . . 2,471,000

(c) 50.01-Administration  . . . 2,843,000

(d)

50.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -2,843,000

(e) Reimbursements  . . . -2,113,000

Provisions:

1. On a federal fiscal year basis, the Department of Community
Services and Development shall make the following program
allocation for the community services block grant, as a percentage of

the total block grant:

(a) Administration
  5 percent

The department shall provide the Controller with the dollar value of
this allocation limit, as it relates to the appropriation in this
item, at
the beginning of the state fiscal year, and shall update this
information
whenever necessary to reflect federal revisions to the grant.

2. Any unexpended federal funds from Item 4700-001-0890, Budget
Act of 1999, shall be in augmentation of Item 4700-001-0890 of this
act and not subject to the provisions of Section 28.00.

4700-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Community
Services and Development   . . .  8,000,000 
 8,050,000 

Schedule:

(a) 40-Community Services  . . . 1,000,000

(b) 47-Naturalization Services  . . .  7,000,000 
 7,050,000 

Provisions:

1. The administrative expenses of the Department of Community
Services and Development related to naturalization services provided
under Schedule (b) shall not exceed 5 percent of the total funds
appropriated for that program.

4700-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Community
Services and Development, for assistance to individuals and payments
to service providers, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .
112,053,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Energy Programs  . . . 63,685,000

(b) 40-Community Services  . . . 50,482,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . . -2,114,000

Provisions:

1. On a federal fiscal year basis, the department shall make the
following program allocations for the community services block grant
as a percentage of the total block grant:

(a) Discretionary  . . . 5 percent

(b) Migrant and seasonal farm workers  . . . 10 percent

(c) Native American Indian programs  . . . 3.9 percent

(d) Community action agencies and rural community services  . . .
76.1 percent

All grantees under the community services block grant program shall
be subject to standard state contracting procedures required under
the
program.

2. The department shall provide the State Controller with the dollar
value of these allocation limits, as they relate to the appropriation
in
this item, at the beginning of the fiscal year, and shall update this

information whenever necessary to reflect federal revisions to the
grant.

3. Funds collected by the department from energy contractors as a
result of overpayments shall be used for local assistance for energy
programs, and funds collected from community service block grant
(CSBG) contractors as a result of overpayments shall be used for
local assistance for CSBG programs in 2000-01.

4. Funds scheduled in Item 4700-101-0890 may be transferred to Item
4700-001-0890 for the administration of the Low Income Home
Energy Assistance Programs, subject to approval of the Department of
Finance.

5. Any unexpended federal funds from Item 4700-101-0890, Budget
Act of 1999, shall be in augmentation of Item 4700-101-0890 of this
act and not subject to the provisions of Section 28.00. 

6. The department shall maximize use of in-kind match for the United
States Department of Energy's Weatherization Assistance Program. To
the extent that in-kind match is available from any state, local, or
private source, it shall be used in lieu of the General Fund unless
federally disallowed. 

5100-001-0001--For support of Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870  . . . 
25,484,000

 34,840,000  

Provisions:

1. For the $1,000,000 appropriated in this item for faith-based
organizations, the department shall use a competitive grant process
which shall include provisions regarding existing constitutional
protections. Grants or contracts awarded under this program shall
comply with Section 4 of Article I and Section 5 of Article 16 of the

California Constitution, and the First Amendment to the United States

Constitution in regards to pervasively sectarian organizations. In
implementing this program, the department shall also ensure
coordination with existing county programs.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $8,200,000 shall be used
to
fund the existing nine School-to-Career partnerships no longer
receiving federal funds or which will lose federal funds after the
1999-2000 fiscal year. These funds shall only be used to perform the
following connecting activities: matching pupils with work-based
opportunities; using schoolsite mentors as liaisons between
educators,
business, parents, and community partners; providing technical
assistance to help employers and educators design comprehensive
school-to-career systems; providing technical assistance to help
teachers integrate school- and work-based learning, as well as
academic and occupational subject matter; encouraging active
business involvement in school- and work-based activities and
assisting pupils in finding appropriate work; continuing the pupils'
education or training, and linking them to other community services;
evaluating postprogram outcomes to assess program success,
particularly with reference to selected populations; and linking
existing youth development activities with employer and industry
strategies to upgrade worker skills. Up to 5 percent of these funds
may
be used for state administrative activities. 

5100-001-0184--For support of Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870, payable from the
Employment Development Department Benefit Audit Fund  . . .
9,334,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and  penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

5100-001-0185--For support of Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870, payable from the
Employment Development Contingent Fund  . . . 46,801,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been appropriated for administration pursuant
to Section 1586 of the Unemployment Insurance Code.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Item 9840-001-0494, the
Director of Finance may authorize the creation of deficiencies
pursuant to Section 11006 of the Government Code for the purposes of
this item.

3. The amount appropriated in this item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.

5100-001-0514--For support of Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870, payable from the
Employment Training Fund  . . . 83,691,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 2.00 of this act, funds

disencumbered from Employment Training Fund training contracts
during 2000-01 are hereby appropriated for transfer to, and in
augmentation of, this item for allocation by the Employment Training
Panel for training contracts.

2. Any funds appropriated for the Employment Development
Department, State-Local Cooperative Labor Market Information
Program, if not expended by June 30, 2001, shall be made available to

the Employment Training Fund for purposes of funding job training
contracts.

5100-001-0588--For support of Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870, payable from the
Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund  . . .  143,859,000


 148,076,000 

Provisions:

1. The Employment Development Department shall submit on October
1, 2000, and April 20, 2001, to the Department of Finance for its
review and approval, an estimate of expenditures for both the current

and budget years, including the assumptions and calculations
underlying Employment Development Department projections for
expenditures from this item. The Department of Finance shall
approve, or modify, the assumptions underlying all estimates within
15 working days of the due date. If the Department of Finance does
not approve or modify in writing, the assumptions underlying all
estimates within 15 working days of the due date, the Employment
Development Department shall consider the assumptions and
calculations approved as submitted. If the Department of Finance
determines that the estimate of expenditures differs from the amount
appropriated by this item, the Director of Finance shall so report to

the Legislature. At the time the report is made, the amount of this
appropriation shall be adjusted by the difference between this Budget

Act appropriation and the approved estimate of the Department of
Finance. Revisions reported pursuant to this provision are not
subject
to Section 28.00 of this act.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Item 9840-001-0988, the
Director of Finance may authorize the creation of deficiencies
pursuant to Section 11006 of the Government Code, for the purposes
of this item.

5100-001-0869--For support of state programs under the Job Training
Partnership Act (JTPA) and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA),
Employment Development Department, for Program 60--  (JTPA)
  JTPA   and 61--  (WIA)   
WIA  ,
payable from the Consolidated Work Program Fund  . . . 
164,789,000 
 236,790,000  

Schedule:

(a) 60-Job Training Partnership  . . . 4,942,000

(b) 61-Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program  . . . 67,059,000

(c) 500000-Unscheduled  . . . 164,789,000 

Provisions:

1. The Employment Development Department may use funds
appropriated in this Item to facilitate the close-out of the JTPA
Program and the implementation of the WIA Program.

2. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to this item.

3. The Secretary of the California Health and Human Services
Agency, with Department of Finance approval, and not sooner than 30
days after notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, is

authorized to transfer funds appropriated in this item to the
California
Workforce Investment Board, Federal Trust Fund, Item
5120-001-0890, to facilitate the implementation and operation of the
Workforce Investment Act Program. 

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item from Workforce Investment
Act 15 percent discretionary funds, $10,000,000 shall be allocated to

Local Workforce Investment Boards for summer youth programs. 

5100-001-0870--For support of Employment Development
Department, payable from the Unemployment Administration
Fund--Federal  . . .  513,431,000 
 489,850,000 

Schedule:

(a)
10-Employment and Employment Related Services  . . . 
211,319,000 
 211,419,000 

(b)
21-Tax Collections and Benefit Payments  . . .  532,415,000

 518,710,000 

(c) 22-California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board  . . .

58,278,000 
 54,571,000 

(d) 30.01-General Administration  . . . 50,520,000

(e)
30.02-Distributed General Administration  . . . -45,818,000 

(ex)40-Welfare to Work  . . . 1,000,000 

(f) 50-Employment Training Panel  . . . 75,882,000 

(fx) 61-Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program  . . . 7,391,000


(g) Reimbursements  . . .  -28,380,000 
 -29,467,000 

(h)
Amount payable from the General Fund (Item 5100-001-0001)  . . .
 -25,484,000 
 -34,840,000 

(i)
Amount payable from the Employment Development Department
Benefit Audit Fund (Item 5100-001-0184)  . . . -9,334,000

(j)
Amount payable from the Employment Development Contingent Fund
(Item 5100-001-0185)  . . . -46,801,000

(k) Amount payable from the Employment Training Fund (Item
5100-001-0514)  . . . -83,691,000

(l) Amount payable from the Unemployment Compensation Disability
Fund (Item 5100-001-0588)  . . .  -143,859,000 
 -148,076,000 

(m) Amount payable from Unemployment Fund  --Federal 
(Item 5100-001-0871)  . . . -30,400,000

(n) Amount payable from the School  Employees   

Employees'   Fund (Item 5100-001-0908)  . . . -816,000

(o) Amount payable from the Employment Development Contingent
Fund (Sec. 1586, Unemployment Insurance Code)  . . . -400,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been appropriated pursuant to Section 1555 of
the Unemployment Insurance Code.

2. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to funds
appropriated in this item for the Unemployment Insurance 
program    Program

3. The Department shall submit to the Legislature, on or before April

1, 2001, a report that evaluates the state's current North American
Free Trade Agreement and trade assistance programs and that
apprises the Legislature of opportunities relative to new strategic
partnerships, improving measurement of program outcomes and
tracking of program beneficiaries, improving identification and
mapping of populations and sectors of the state economy that are
impacted by trade, and improving outreach and services to those
populations and sectors of the state economy. This report shall also
propose new state initiatives that build local capacity for the
identification of trade impacted communities, worker training, and
on-the-job training, and job placement. 

5100-001-0871--For support of the Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870, payable from
Unemployment  Fund    Fund--Federal    . .
.
30,400,000

5100-001-0908--For support of Employment Development
Department, for payment to Item 5100-001-0870, payable from the
School Employees Fund  . . . 816,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding the provisions of Item 9840-001-0988, the
Director of Finance may authorize the creation of deficiencies
pursuant to Section 11006 of the Government Code, for the purposes
of this item.

2. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been appropriated for administration pursuant
to Section 822 of the Unemployment Insurance Code.

3. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to this item.

5100-011-0184--For support of the Employment Development
Department, the amount of the unencumbered balance exceeding
$1,000,000 in the Employment Development Department Benefit
Audit Fund   as of June 30, 2001, shall be transferred to the General

Fund.

5100-011-0185--For support of Employment Development
Department payable from the Employment Development Contingent
Fund. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State
Controller shall transfer to the General Fund the amount, as
determined by the Director of Finance, in the Employment
Development Contingent Fund as of June 30, 2001, that is in excess of

the $1,000,000 reserve required by Section 1590 of the
Unemployment Insurance Code.

5100-011-0890--For support of Employment Development
Department, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for transfer to the
Unemployment Administra  tion Fund    tion
Fund--Federal  . . .    (513,431,000) 
 (489,850,000) 

5100-021-0890--For support of Employment Development
Department, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for transfer to the
Consolidated Work Program Fund  . . .  (164,789,000)

 (236,790,000) 

5100-041-0890--For support of Employment Development
Department, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for transfer to

Unemployment Fund    the Unemployment Fund--Federal
   . . . (30,400,000) 

5100-101-0001--For local assistance, Employment  Development
Department  . . . 960,000

Schedule:

(1) 67-At-Risk Youth Demonstration Project  . . . 600,000

(2) 70-Employment Programs  . . . 360,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1) for the California
Youthbuild Program, the Employment Development Department may
transfer up to 5 percent of the funds from this item to Item
5100-001-0001 for administration, subject to approval by the
Department of Finance. 

5100-101-0588--For local assistance, Employment  Development
Department, for Program 21--Tax Collections and Benefit Payments,
payable from the Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund  . . .
 2,056,550,000 
 2,217,984,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0988, the Director of Finance may
authorize the creation of deficiencies pursuant to Section 11006 of
the
Government Code for the purposes of this item.

2. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been appropriated pursuant to Section 3012 of
the Unemployment Insurance Code.

3. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to this item.

5100-101-0869--For local assistance under Workforce Investment
Act (WIA), Employment Development Department, Program 61- 
Workforce Investment Act (WIA)    WIA   Program,
payable from the Consolidated Work Program Fund  . . . 
409,747,000 
 590,984,000 

Provisions:

1. The Employment Development Department may use funds
appropriated in this  Item    item   to
facilitate the
close-out of the JTPA Program and the implementation of the WIA
Program.

2. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to this item.

5100-101-0871--For local assistance, Employment Development
Department, for Program 21--Tax Collections and Benefit Payments,
payable from the  Federal Unemployment Fund   
Unemployment Fund--Federal    . . .  2,756,600,000

2,628,963,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
would have otherwise been appropriated pursuant to Section 1521 of
the Unemployment Insurance Code.

2. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to this item.

5100-101-0890--For local assistance, Employment Development
Department, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for transfer to the
Consolidated Work Program Fund  . . .  (409,747,000)

 (590,984,000) 

5100-101-0908--For local assistance, Employment Development
Department, for Program 21--Tax Collections and Benefit Payments,
payable from the  School Employees' Fund   
School
Employees Fund    . . .  32,444,000 
31,645,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Item 9840-001-0988, the Director of Finance may
authorize the creation of deficiencies pursuant to Section 11006 of
the
Government Code for the purposes of this item.

2. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been appropriated for benefits pursuant to
Section 822 of the Unemployment Insurance Code.

3. Provision 1 of Item 5100-001-0588 also applies to this item.

5100-111-0890--For local assistance, Employment Development
Department, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for transfer to the
 Federal   Unemployment Fund  (0871)
 
--Federal  . . .    (2,756,600,000) 
 (2,628,963,000) 

5100-301-0870--For capital outlay, Employment Development
Department, payable from the Unemployment Administration
Fund-Federal  . . . 4,083,000

Schedule:

(1) 80.40.001-Vallejo: Renovation and Asbestos
Abatement--Construction  . . . 2,301,000

(2) 80.97.001-Torrance: Renovation and Asbestos
Abatement--Construction  . . . 1,782,000

5100-301-0890--For capital outlay, Employment Development
Department, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for transfer to the
Unemployment Administration Fund-Federal  . . . (4,083,000)

Schedule:

(1) 80.40.001-Vallejo: Renovation and Asbestos
Abatement--Construction  . . . (2,301,000)

(3) 80.97.001-Torrance: Renovation and Asbestos
Abatement--Construction  . . . (1,782,000)

5100-311-0690--For capital outlay, Employment Development
Department. To prevent the loss of funds in the Employment
Development Department Building Funds, the unencumbered balances
of the funds deposited in the Employment Development Department
Building Fund shall be transferred to the Federal Unemployment Fund.


Provisions:

1. The Employment Development Department shall report to the
Legislature by September 1, 2001, the amount of funds transferred
pursuant to this item. 

5100-490--Reappropriation, Employment Development Department.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following amount is
reappropriated for the purpose specified, and shall be available for
encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2001:

0001--General Fund

(1) The balance of the appropriation as of June 30, 2000, from Item
5100-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50,
Stats. 1999) for at-risk youth demonstration projects.

5120-001-0001--For support of the California Workforce Investment
Board  . . . 700,000

Provisons:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $700,000 shall be used to
administer and support the performance based accountability system,
including all related contract costs. 

5120-001-0890--For support of the California Workforce Investment
Board, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  3,600,000

 4,689,000 

ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1740

AS AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY
MAY 24, 2000

VOLUME 2

 Schedule:

(1) 10-CA Workforce Investment Program  . . . 4,854,000

(2) Reimbursements  . . . -165,000 

Provisions:

1. The Secretary of the Health and Human Services Agency, with the
approvals of the California Workforce Investment Board and
Department of Finance, and not sooner than 30 days after notification

to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, is authorized to transfer
funds appropriated in this item to the Employment Development
Department, Consolidated Work Program Fund, Item 5100-001-0869,
to facilitate the implementation and operation of the Workforce
Investment Act Program.

5160-001-0001--For support of Department of Rehabilitation  . . .
 45,274,000 
 46,451,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Vocational Rehabilitation Services  . . .  308,702,000


 314,230,000 

(b) 20-Habilitation Services  . . .  2,690,000 
 2,955,000 

(c) 30-Support of Community Facilities  . . . 5,712,000

(d) 40.01-Administration  . . . 23,200,000

(e) 40.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -23,200,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -7,841,000

(g) Amount payable from the Vending Stand Account (Item
5160-001-0600)  . . . -3,360,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5160-0010890)  . . .  -260,629,000 
 -265,245,000 

Provisions:

1. In order to participate in the County Mental Health Cooperative
Programs, a county shall identify, in its joint proposal with a local

office of the Department of Rehabilitation, cash and in-kind
resources
it shall make available for prevocational and other services to
supplement vocational rehabilitation resources.

2. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
such funds as are necessary between this item and Item
4300-101-0001 to provide for the transportation costs to and from
work activity programs of clients who are receiving vocational
rehabilitation services through the Vocational Rehabilitation/Work
Activity Program (VR/WAP) Transition program.

3. The department shall maximize its use of certified time as a match

for federal vocational rehabilitation funds. To the extent that
certified
time is available, it shall be used in lieu of the General Fund
moneys.

4. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
the General Fund share of budgeted client costs as necessary between
this item and Item 4300-101-0001 to provide for the net transfer of
clients, resulting from program closures, between the Department of
Rehabilitation and the Department of Developmental Services. The
amount transferred shall be based on the amount budgeted per client
by each department for the remainder of the fiscal year. 

5. The Department of Rehabilitation shall provide status updates in
October of 2000 and March of 2001 to the appropriate fiscal and
policy committees of the Legislature on its progress in identifying
and
implementing strategies to improve employment outcomes, better
manage program costs, and more effectively determine the severity of
disability in the Vocational Rehabilitation program. The department
shall report during hearings for the 2001-02 budget on the outcomes
of
these strategies.

6. The Department of Rehabilitation shall provide status updates in
October of 2000 and March of 2001 to the appropriate fiscal and
policy committees of the Legislature on its progress in implementing
strategies to reduce vacancies in its Field Operations Division,
including, but not limited to, the use of geographic pay
differentials,
on-campus testing, higher education liaisons, reclassification of the

vocational rehabilitation counselor series, and other strategies that

may be identified. The department shall report during hearings for
the
2001-02 budget on the outcomes of its vacancy reduction strategies.


5160-001-0600--For support of Department of Rehabilitation, for
payment to Item 5160-001-0001, payable from the Vending Stand
Fund  . . . 3,360,000

5160-001-0890--For support of Department of Rehabilitation, for
payment to Item 5160-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  260,629,000 
 265,245,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item that is payable from federal

Social Security Act funds for vocational rehabilitation services for
SSI/SSDI recipients shall be expended only to the extent that funds
received exceed the amount appropriated by Item 5160-101-0890 that
is payable from the federal Social Security Act funds. It is the
intent of
the Legislature that first priority of federal Social Security Act
funding
be given to Independent Living Centers in the amount of federal
Social
Security Act funding appropriated by Item 5160-101-0890.

5160-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Rehabilitation  .

. .  78,876,000 
 97,990,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Vocational Rehabilitation Services  . . . 587,000

(b) 20-Habilitation Services  . . .  96,003,000 
 104,541,000 

(c) 30-Support of Community Facilities  . . .  10,258,000

 13,258,000 

(d) Reimbursements  . . .  -20,449,000 
 -12,134,000 

(e) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 5160-101-0890)  .
. .  -7,523,000 
 -8,262,000 

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
                                        funds as are necessary
between this item and Item 5160-001-0001 to
provide the state's share of client service expenditures for
habilitation
clients who are eligible to become vocational rehabilitation clients.


2. Upon order of the Director of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer
the General Fund share of budgeted client costs as necessary between
this item and Item 4300-101-0001 to provide for the net transfer of
clients, resulting from program closures, between the Department of
Rehabilitation and the Department of Developmental Services. The
amount transferred shall be based on the amount budgeted per client
by each department for the remainder of the fiscal year.

3. A loan may be made available from the General Fund to the
Department of Rehabilitation not to exceed a cumulative total of
$7,400,000. The loan funds may be transferred to this item as
required
to meet  cash flow    cash-flow   needs due
to
delays in collecting reimbursements from the Department of
Developmental Services for costs associated with services provided
under the Home and Community-Based Services Waiver, and are
subject to the repayment provisions of Section 16351 of the
Government Code.

5160-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Rehabilitation,
for payment to Item 5160-101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  7,523,000 
 8,262,000 

5160-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Rehabilitation  . .
.
295,000

Schedule:

(1) 51.60.001-Orientation Center for the Blind-Minor Projects  . . .

295,000

5160-490--Reappropriation, Department of Rehabilitation.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances of the
appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated

for the purposes specified and shall be available for expenditure as
cited below:

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 5160-001-0001(a), Budget Act of 1999  (Ch. 50, Stats.
1999), 10-Vocational Rehabilitation Services.

0890--Federal Fund

(1) Item 5160-001-0890(a), Budget Act of 1999  (Ch. 50, Stats.
1999), 10-Vocational Rehabilitation Services.

5170-001-0001--For support of State Independent Living Council  . . .

0

Schedule:

(a) 10-State Council Services  . . . 427,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -427,000

5175-001-0001--For support of Department of Child Support
Services  . . .  6,410,000 
 11,492,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Child Support Services  . . .  18,853,000 
 33,799,000 

(b) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5175-001-0890)  . . .  -12,443,000 
 -22,307,000 

5175-001-0890--For support of Department of Child Support
Services, for payment to Item 5175-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . .  12,443,000 
 22,307,000 

5175-002-0001--For support of Department of Child Support
Services  . . .  20,084,000 
 18,957,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Child Support Services  . . .  76,280,000 
 77,352,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -122,000

(c) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5175-002-0890)  . . .  -56,074,000 
 -58,273,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds in this item shall be used for contracts and interagency
agreements in the child support program, unless otherwise authorized
by the Department of Finance no sooner than 30 days after providing
notification in writing to the chairperson of the fiscal committee of

each house of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or no sooner than such lesser time as
the chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may in each

instance determine.

5175-002-0890--For support of Department of Child Support
Services, for payment to Item 5175-002-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . .  56,074,000 
58,273,000 

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 5175-002-0001 also applies to this item.

5175-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Child Support
Services  . . .  332,337,000 
 339,793,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Child Support Services  . . . 868,124,000

(1) 10.01-Child Support Administration  . . .  570,132,000

 586,448,000 

(2) 10.02-Child Support Incentives  . . .  273,566,000

 271,834,000 

(3) 10.03-Child Support Automation  . . .  24,426,000

 12,896,000 

(b) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5175-1010890)  . . .  -535,787,000 
 -531,385,000 

Provisions:

1. No funds appropriated in this item shall be encumbered unless
every rule or regulation adopted and every family support division
letter or similar instruction issued by the Department of Child
Support
Services that adds to the cost of the child support program is
approved by the Department of Finance as to the availability of funds

before it becomes effective. In making the determination as to
availability of funds to meet the expenditures of a rule, regulation,
or
family support division letter that would increase the costs of the
program, the Department of Finance shall consider the amount of the
proposed increase on an annualized basis, the effect the change would

have on the expenditure limitations for the program set forth in this

act, the extent to which the rule, regulation, or family support
division
letter constitutes a deviation from the premises under which the
expenditure limitations were prepared, and any additional factors
relating to the fiscal integrity of the program or the state's fiscal

situation.

  Notwithstanding Control Sections 27.00 and 28.00 of this act, the
availability of funds contained in this item for child support
program
rules, regulations, or family support division letters that add to
program costs funded from the General Fund in excess of $500,000 on
an annual basis, including those that are the result of federal
regulations but excluding those that are
(a) specifically required as a result of the enactment of a federal
or
state law, or
(b) included in the appropriation made by this act, shall not be
approved by the Department of Finance sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the necessity therefor to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house that considers appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or such lesser

time as the chairperson of the committee, or his or her designee, may

in each instance determine. Funds appropriated in this item are for
the
child support program consisting of state and federal statutory law,
regulations, and court decisions, if funds necessary to carry out
those
decisions are specifically appropriated in this act.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a loan not to exceed
 $40,000,000    $110,000,000   shall be
made
available from the General Fund, from funds not otherwise
appropriated, to cover the federal share of costs of the program when

the federal funds have not been received by this state prior to the
usual
time for transmitting that federal share to the counties of this
state or to
cover the federal share of child support collections for which the
federal funds have been reduced prior to the collections being
received from the counties. This loan from the General Fund shall be
repaid when the federal share of costs for the program becomes
available or when the collections are received from the counties.

3. The Department of Finance may authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of amounts from this item to Item
5175-001-0001 in order to allow the state to perform the functions or

oversee the functions of the local child support agency in the event
a
county fails to perform that function or is out of compliance with
state
performance standards.

4. The department shall take the necessary steps to ensure counties
repay the $6,644,028 in loans made pursuant to
Provision 1 of Item 5180-141-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act
of 1996, Provision 17 of Item 5180-141-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1997 and Provision 6 of Item 5180-141-0001 of
Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1998.

5175-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Child Support
Services, for payment to Item 5175-101-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . .  535,787,000 
 531,385,000 

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 5175-101-0001 also applies to this item.

2. The Department of Finance may authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of amounts from this item to Item
5175-001-0890 in order to allow the state to perform the functions or

oversee the functions of the local child support agency in the event
a
county fails to perform that function or is out of compliance with
state
performance standards.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, the Department of Child
Support Services shall reimburse the Department of Social Services
quarterly for the federal share of Foster Care Child Support
Collections reported to the federal government.

4. The Department  of Child Support Services   shall abate
to
Program 10.01, Child Support Administration, the federal share of
child support collections received from the counties.

5180-001-0001--For support of Department of Social Services  . . .
 86,473,000 
 107,240,000 

Schedule:

(a) 16-Welfare Programs  . . .  68,786,000 
 73,191,000 

(b) 25-Social Services and Licensing  . . .  132,271,000

 148,163,000 

(c) 35-Disability Evaluation and Other Services  . . . 
209,781,000 
 212,608,000 

(d) 60.01-Administration  . . .  36,029,000 
 37,029,000 

(e) 60.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -36,029,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . .  -16,605,000 
 -17,411,000 

(g) Amount payable from Foster Family Home and Small Family
Home Insurance Fund (Item 5180-001-0131)  . . . -3,000,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5180-0010890)  . . .  -304,760,000 
 -307,311,000 

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds from

Schedule (b) of this item to Schedule (c), Program 25.45, of Item
5180-151-0001, Community Care Licensing, in order to allow
counties to perform the facilities evaluation function.

2. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds from

Schedule (b) of this item to Schedule (a)(2), Program 25.25.020, of
Item 5180-151-0001, Adoptions, in order to allow counties to
perform the adoptions program function.

3. Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would
cause their disqualification as a federally allowable
maintenance-of-effort expenditure. 

4. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of up to 5
percent of California Children and Families Commission
reimbursement budgeted in Item 5180-151-0001, to Item
5180-001-0001 for administration, development, technical support,
and evaluation activities associated with providing one-time grants
to
licensed child care centers and family child care homes for safety
enhancements.

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $800,000 shall be
available for operating expenses and equipment for the Child Welfare
Stakeholders' Group, established to review existing Child Welfare
Services programs, components and systems and provide
recommendations for improvements. The funds subject to this
provision shall be available for expenditure by the Department of
Social Services until June 30, 2003.

6. The Department of Social Services shall, in consultation with
representatives of foster family agencies (FFAs), county placing
agencies and other stakeholders, develop complaint processing
protocols and recommendations investigating and resolving
complaints regarding FFAs and the family homes certified by FFAs.
The department shall submit a report to the Legislature by June 30,
2001, documenting the complaint processing protocols and
investigation outcomes. In developing the complaint processing
protocols, the department shall take into consideration the unique
circumstances related to the investigation of complaints pertaining
to
the condition and behavior of individuals in private family homes
such as those certified by FFAs; recognize that FFAs and their
certified homes are intended to further the public policy objective
to
place children in the least restrictive environment by offering a
flexible living arrangement for children with serious emotional
and/or
behavioral problems who would otherwise have to be placed in group
homes; ensure the fair, reasonable, and consistent interpretation and

application of the complaint investigation process on a statewide
basis; and distinguish between incidents occurring in certified homes

that reflect deficiencies in an FFAs policies or practices and
incidents
that are beyond the reasonable control of an FFA and are not
reflective of deficient policies or practices.

  In the report, the department shall summarize its experience
processing these complaints, including the number of complaints and
the type of allegations, the disposition of the complaints and the
administrative outcomes. The report shall also identify the lessons
learned in complaint processing and provide recommendations for
further improvements in the protections provided to children in care,

including oversight of FFAs and certified homes.

  To the extent that issues considered by the department as directed
in
this section, or otherwise discussed in consultation with
stakeholders,
cannot be resolved because the department lacks the statutory
authority to address them or because of conflicts with existing
statutory provisions, the department shall include these findings in
the
report and make recommendations for appropriate statutory changes.

7. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be
allocated on a one-time basis to local food bank programs to expand
refrigeration space, purchase vehicles, or purchase other equipment
that would be directly used for the purchase, delivery, or
distribution
of food products or for other uses that would allow food banks to
increase the amount of food they can receive and distribute. The
allocation process for this funding shall be developed by the
Department of Social Services. It is the intent of the Legislature
that
the department formulate guidelines for allowing food banks to use
funds over two fiscal years, under appropriate circumstances. To
achieve this, the funds in this provision shall be available for
expenditure by the department until June 30, 2002.

8. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,288,000 shall be used
to increase licensing visits to family child care homes.

9. Funds in this item shall be used to provide grants to
community-based organizations, cities, counties, and community
nonprofit agencies to create local community youth recreational
programs that include family support services.

10. Programs funded from this item shall include an evaluation
component to determine their effectiveness in addressing the needs of

the target population. 

5180-001-0131--For support of Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-001-0001, for claim payments and the operation
and maintenance of the Foster Family Home and Small Family Home
Insurance Fund  . . . 3,000,000

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance is authorized to approve expenditures
from the unexpended balance available from prior years'
appropriations in the Foster Family Home and Small Family Home
Insurance Fund during the 2000-01 fiscal year, in those amounts made
necessary by increases in either the payment of claims or the costs
of
operating and maintaining the Foster Family Home and Small Family
Home Insurance Fund, which are within or in excess of amounts
appropriated in this act for that year.

  If the Department of Finance determines that the estimate of
expenditures will exceed the expenditures authorized for the 2000-01
fiscal year, the department shall notify the Legislature. Upon
notification the amount of the limitation for the 2000-01 fiscal year

shall be increased by the amount of such excess from the unexpended
balance available from prior years' appropriations in the Foster
Family Home and Small Family Home Insurance Fund.

5180-001-0270--For support of Department of Social Services,
payable from the Technical Assistance Fund  . . . 2,152,000

5180-001-0271--For support of Department of Social Services,
payable from the Certification Fund  . . .  1,511,000

 1,191,000 

5180-001-0279--For support of Department of Social Services,
payable from the Child Health and Safety Fund  . . . 845,000

5180-001-0890--For support of Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  304,760,000 
 307,311,000 

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of federal
funds from this item to Item 5180-151-0890 in order to allow counties

to perform the adoptions program functions, and the facilities
evaluation function in Community Care Licensing in the Department of
Social Services.

 2. Provision 6 of Item 5180-001-0001 also applies to this item.



5180-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Foster Family
Home and Small Family Home Insurance Fund  . . . 2,034,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 5180-001-0131 also applies to this item.

5180-011-0279--For transfer by the Controller from the Child Health
and Safety Fund to the State Children's Trust Fund  . . . 35,000

5180-011-0890--For transfer by the Controller from the Federal Trust
Fund to the Foster Family Home and Small Family Home Insurance
Fund  . . . 966,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 5180-001-0131 also applies to this item.

5180-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of  Social Services
. . .  2,579,838,000 
 2,611,056,000 

Schedule:

(a) 16.30-CalWORKs  . . . 5,313,680,000

(1) 16.30.010-Assistance Payments  . . .  3,344,756,000

 3,181,584,000 

(2) 16.30.020-Services  . . .  886,536,000 
 1,077,150,000 

(3) 16.30.030-Administration  . . .  360,137,000 
 429,573,000 

(4) 16.30.040-Child Care  . . .  434,748,000 
 476,498,000 

(5) 16.30.050-County Probation Facilities  . . . 201,413,000

(6) 16.30.060-Kin-GAP Program  . . .  86,090,000 
 18,096,000 

(b) 16.40-Foster Care  . . .  877,079,000 
 893,960,000 

(c) 16.50-Adoption Assistance Proram  . . .  248,330,000

 234,725,000 

(d) 16.55-Refugee Cash Assistance  . . .  4,524,000 

 3,462,000 

(e) 16.60-Food Stamps  . . .  52,211,000 
 49,447,000 

(f) Reimbursements  . . .  -3,618,000 
 -3,430,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Emergency Food Assistance Program
Fund (Item 5180-101-0122)  . . . -566,000

(h) Amount payable from the Employment Training Fund (Item
5180-101-0514)  . . . -30,000,000

(i) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 5180-1010890)
. . .  -3,881,802,000 
 -3,920,856,000 

Provisions:

1. No funds appropriated in this item shall be encumbered unless
every rule or regulation adopted and every all-county letter issued
by
the Department of Social Services that adds to the cost of any
welfare
program is approved by the Department of Finance as to the
availability of funds before it becomes effective. In making the
determination as to availability of funds to meet the expenditures of
a
rule, regulation, or all-county letter that would increase the costs
of a
welfare program, the Department of Finance shall consider the amount
of the proposed increase on an annualized basis, the effect the
change
would have on the expenditure limitations for the program set forth
in
this act, the extent to which the rule, regulation, or all-county
letter
constitutes a deviation from the premises under which the expenditure

limitations were prepared, and any additional factors relating to the

fiscal integrity of the program or the state's fiscal situation.

  Notwithstanding Control Sections 27.00, 28.00 and 28.50 of this
act,
the availability of funds contained in this item for welfare rules,
regulations, or all-county letters that add to program costs funded
from
the General Fund in excess of $500,000 on an annual basis, including
those that are the result of a federal regulation but excluding those
that
are (a) specifically required as a result of the enactment of a
federal
or state law, or (b) included in the appropriation made by this act,
shall not be approved by the Department of Finance sooner than 30
days after notification in writing of the necessity therefor to the
chairperson of the committee in each house that considers
appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or such lesser time as the chairperson of the committee,
or
his or her designee, may in each instance determine.

  Funds appropriated in this item are for welfare programs consisting

of state and federal statutory law, regulations, and court decisions,
if
funds necessary to carry out those decisions are specifically
appropriated in this act.

  For purposes of this provision, "welfare" means those program
elements under Welfare Programs as identified in the Governor's
Budget.

2. Notwithstanding Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 18000) of
Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, a loan not
to
exceed $500,000,000 shall be made available from the General Fund,
from funds not otherwise appropriated, to cover the federal share of
costs of a program(s) when the federal funds have not been received
by this state prior to the usual time for transmitting that federal
share
to the counties of this state. This loan from the General Fund shall
be
repaid when the federal share of costs for the program or programs
becomes available.

3. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts
from this item to Item 5180-001-0001 in order to fund the cost of the

administrative hearing process associated with changes in aid
payments in the CalWORKs program.

4. The Department of Finance is authorized to approve expenditures in

those amounts made necessary by changes in either caseload or
payments, or any rule or regulation adopted and any all-county letter

issued as a result of the enactment of a federal or state law, the
adoption of a federal regulation, or the following of a court
decision,
during the 2000-01 fiscal year that are within or in excess of
amounts
appropriated in this act for that year.

  If the Department of Finance determines that the estimate of
expenditures will exceed the expenditures authorized for this item,
the
department shall so report to the Legislature. At the time as the
report
is made, the amount of the limitation shall be increased by the
amount
of the excess unless and until otherwise provided by law.

5. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the CalWORKs funding
for counties under Schedule (a)(2), 16.30.020-Services; Schedule
(a)(3), 16.30.030-Administration; and Schedule (a)(4),
16.30.040-Child Care shall be made as a single allocation pursuant to

Section 15204.2 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, except as
otherwise provided by Sections 10553.2 and 15204.8. During fiscal
year 2000-01, the Department of Social Services may retain up to 10
percent of the funds to be allocated pursuant to Sections 10553.2,
15204.2 and 10204.8 of the Welfare and Institutions Code for the
purpose of augmenting local allocations based upon actual
expenditures, but the department shall fully allocate those funds by
June 30, 2001.

6. Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would
cause their disqualification as a federally allowable
maintenance-of-effort expenditure.

7. In the event of declared disaster and upon county request, the
State
Department of Social Services may act in the place of any county and
assume direct responsibility for the administration of eligibility
and
grant determination. Upon recommendation of the Director of Social
Services, the Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of
funds from Items 5180-101-0001 and 5180-101-0890, to Items
5180-001-0001 and 5180-001-0890, for this purpose.

8. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a)(2), 16.30.020-Services,
an amount not to exceed  $251,622,000   
$250,000,000
 shall be for payment of county incentives authorized by
Section
10544.1 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. These funds shall be
used first for any prior year county incentives earned but not paid
with
any remaining amount prorated for payment of new claims received
pursuant to Section 10544.1 or a successor statute.

9. Funds remaining at the end of the 1999-00 fiscal year from the
allocations provided to counties pursuant to Welfare and Institutions

Code Section 15204.2 shall not be available to counties after July 1,

2000. 

10. The State Department of Social Services shall submit semiannual
reports to the Legislature on the amount spent by counties on
substance
abuse and mental health treatment services for Cal- WORKs
recipients and the number of recipients receiving those services.

11. The State Department of Social Services shall report to the
Legislature no later than March 1, 2001, on counties' implementation
of the domestic violence training curriculum developed for use in the

                CalWORKs program.

12. A county shall receive no more than 50 percent of its respective
allocation of funds appropriated under Schedule (a)(5)
16.30.050--County Probation Facilities until the Department of
Justice
(DOJ) has certified to the Department of Social Services that the
county is participating in the Juvenile Court and Probation
Statistical
System. Counties that fail to receive certification by March 31,
2001,
shall forfeit the balance of their allocation. Any funds forfeited
pursuant to this provision shall be reallocated to counties that have

received DOJ certification. The distribution shall be proportionately

based on such counties' original allocations. 

5180-101-0122--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
for payment to Item 5180-101-0001, payable from the Emergency
Food Assistance Program Fund  . . . 566,000

5180-101-0514--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
for payment to Item 5180-101-0001, payable from the Employment
Training Fund  . . . 30,000,000

5180-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
for payment to Item 5180-101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  3,881,802,000 
 3,920,856,000 

Provisions:

1. Provisions 1, 4,  5, 7, 8 and 9    6, 7, and
8   of
Item 5180-101-0001 also apply to this item.

2. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts
from this item to Item 5180-001-0890 in order to fund the cost of the

administrative hearing process associated with changes in aid
payments in the CalWORKs program. 

3. The State Department of Social Services may transfer up to
$10,000,000 of the funds appropriated in this item for Program
16.30.040--CalWORKs Child Care, from the TANF block grant to the
Social Services Block Grant (Title XX) pursuant to authorization in
the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity
Reconciliation Act of 1996 (Public Law 104-193). The Title XX
funds shall be pooled with TANF funds appropriated in this item for
CalWORKs Child Care, for the purpose of broadening access to
federal Child and Adult Care Food Program benefits for low-income
children in proprietary child care centers. This transfer shall occur

only if the Director of Finance approves the pooling of Title XX
funds
with CCDF and/or TANF funds for the CalWORKs Stage II Child
Care program administered by the State Department of Education, as
provided in Item 5180-402, Provision 2. 

5180-102-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services
. . .  58,997,000 
 58,941,000 

Schedule:

(a) 16.30.020-CalWORKs Services  . . .  58,997,000 
 58,941,000 

Provisions:

1. This appropriation shall be used to match federal Welfare-to-Work
grant funds appropriated to the Employment Development Department.
Notwithstanding Section 15204.2 of the Welfare and Institutions
Code, these funds shall be separately allocated to the counties and
expended in a manner which meets the federal Welfare-to-Work grant
matching requirements.

  Of the amount appropriated in this item,  $35 million
 
$9,944,000   shall be expended for recruitment, retention and
training of workers in nursing homes and for the In-Home Supportive
Services Program.

2. The Department of Social Services shall monitor Welfare-to-Work
grant expenditures within the Employment Development Department
and ensure that no funds appropriated in this item are expended in
excess of the amount needed to meet the matching requirements of the
federal Welfare-to-Work grant.

5180-111-0001--For local assistance, Department of  Social Services
. . .  3,286,561,000 
 3,464,633,000 

Schedule:

(a) 16.70-SSI/SSP  . . .  2,619,801,000 
 2,648,096,000 

(b) 25.15-IHSS  . . .  1,755,516,000 
 2,065,397,000 

(1) 25.15.010-Services  . . .  1,611,404,000 
 1,916,956,000 

(2) 25.15.020-Administration  . . .  144,112,000 
 148,441,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -1,044,714,000 
 -1,211,133,000 

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5180-1110890)  . . .  -44,042,000 
 -33,727,000 

Provisions:

1. Provisions 1 and 4 of Item 5180-101-0001 also apply to this item.


2. Notwithstanding Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 18000) of
Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, a loan not
to
exceed $59,000,000 shall be made available from the General Fund
from funds not otherwise appropriated, to cover the federal share or
reimbursable share, or both, of costs of a program(s) when the
federal
funds or reimbursements (from the Health Care Deposit Fund or
counties) have not been received by this state prior to the usual
time
for transmitting payments for the federal or reimbursable share of
costs for this state. That loan from the General Fund shall be repaid

when the federal share of costs for the program(s) becomes available,

or in the case of reimbursements, subject to Section 16351 of the
Government Code. County reimbursements also shall be subject to
Section 16314 of the Government Code, which specifies the rate of
interest. The department may offset a county's share of cost of the
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program against local
assistance payments made to the county if the county fails to
reimburse
its share of cost of the IHSS program to the state.

3. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts
between this item and Item 5180-151-0001 in order to reflect
modifications in the use of federal Title XX funds. The funds shall
not
be approved sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee in each house
that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or such lesser time as the chairpersons

of the committees, or their designees, may in each instance jointly
determine. 

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $207,000 shall be used to
fund the In-Home Supportive Services pilot project in San Diego
County. These funds shall be available for expenditure only upon
receipt of any necessary federal approvals and if no other funding
source is available. 

5180-111-0890--For local assistance, Department of Social Services
for payment to Item 5180-111-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  44,042,000 
 37,727,000 

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts
between this item and Item 5180-151-0890, in order to reflect
modifications in the use of federal Title XX funds. The funds shall
not
be approved sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee in each house
that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or such lesser time as the chairpersons

of the committees, or their designees, may in each instance jointly
determine.

5180-141-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services
. . .  305,133,000 
 344,952,000 

Schedule:

(a) 16.80-County Administration  . . .  550,100,000 

 647,604,000 

(b) 16.85-Automation Projects  . . .  127,761,000 
 135,883,000 

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -10,280,000 
 -10,469,000 

(d) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5180-1410890)  . . .  -362,448,000 
 -428,066,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 18000) of
Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, a loan not
to
exceed $127,000,000 shall be made available from the General Fund,
from funds not otherwise appropriated, to cover the federal share of
costs of a program(s) when the federal funds have not been received
by this state prior to the usual time for transmitting that federal
share
to the counties of this state. This loan from the General Fund shall
be
repaid when the federal share of costs for the program or programs
becomes available.

2. In the event of declared disaster and upon county request, the
State
Department of Social Services may act in the place of any county and
assume  direct responsibility for the administration of eligibility
and
grant determination. Upon recommendation of the Director of Social
Services, the Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of
funds from Items 5180-141-0001 and 5180-141-0890, to Items
5180-001-0001 and 5180-001-0890, for this purpose.

3. Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001 also applies to this item.

4. Pursuant to public assistance caseload estimates reflected in the
annual Governor's Budget, the Department of Finance may approve
expenditures in those amounts made necessary by changes in caseload
that are in excess of amounts appropriated in this act. If the
Department of Finance determines that the estimate of expenditures
will exceed the expenditures authorized for this item, the department

shall so report to the Legislature. At the time the report is made,
the
amount of the limitation shall be increased by the amount of the
excess
unless and until otherwise provided by law.

5. Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would
cause their disqualification as a federally allowable
maintenance-of-effort expenditure.

6. Section 11.00 of this act shall apply to contracts entered into
for the
development and implementation of the Consortium IV and Welfare
Client  Data Systems consortia of the Statewide Automated Welfare
System. 

7. It is the intent of the Legislature to continue funding those
activities
necessary for the implementation of the Electronic Benefits Transfer
project. Notwithstanding Sections 27.00 and 28.00 of this act, upon
request of the State Department of Social Services, the Department of

Finance may augment the amount available for expenditure in this item

to pay costs associated with the Electronic Benefits Transfer Project

not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity
for the augmentation to the chairperson of the committee in each
house
of the Legislature that considers appropriations, the chairpersons of

the committees and the appropriate subcommittees in each house that
consider the annual Budget Act, and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee or, not sooner than a lesser time that
the
chairperson of the joint committee, or his or her designee, may in
each
instance determine. The funds appropriated by this provision shall be

made available consistent with the amount approved by the
Department of Finance based on its review of the special project
report.

8. It is the intent of the Legislature to continue funding those
activities
necessary for implementation of the Statewide Automated Welfare
System for those counties currently comprising the C-IV consortium.
Notwithstanding Section 27.00 and 28.00, upon request of the State
Department of Social Services, the Department of Finance may
augment the amount available for expenditure in this item to pay
costs
associated with the Statewide Automated Welfare System for those
counties currently comprising the C-IV consortium not sooner than 30
days after notification in writing of the necessity of the
augmentation
to the chairperson of the committee in each house of the Legislature
that considers appropriations, the chairpersons of the committees and

the appropriate subcommittees in each house that consider the annual
Budget Act, and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of

the joint committee, or his or her designee, may in each instance
determine. The funds appropriated by this provision shall be made
available consistent with the amount approved by the Department of
Finance based on its review of the special project report. 

5180-141-0890--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
for payment to Item 5180-141-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  362,448,000 
 428,066,000 

Provisions:

1. Provisions 2, 3, 4  and 6   , 6, 7, and 8
  of Item
5180-141-0001 also apply to this item.

5180-151-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services
. . .  608,365,000 
 707,844,000 

Schedule:

(a) 25.25-Children's Services  . . .  1,523,619,000 

 1,659,602,000 

(1) 25.25.010-Child Welfare Ser- vices  . . .  1,416,860,000

 1,523,798,000 

(2) 25.25.020-Adop- tions  . . .  75,929,000 
 98,814,000 

(3) 25.25.030-Child  Abuse Prevention  . . .  30,830,000

 36,990,000 

(b) 25.35-Special Programs  . . .  144,997,000 
 145,885,000 

(1) 25.35.010-Special- ized Services  . . . 9,141,000

(2) 25.35.020-Access  Assistance for the  Deaf  . . . 
5,804,000

 5,978,000 

(3) 25.35.030-Mater- nity Care  . . . 600,000

(4) 25.35.040-Refugee Assistance Ser- vices  . . . 30,000,000

(5) 25.35.050-County Services Block  Grant  . . .  99,452,000


 100,166,000 

(c) 25.45-Community Care Licensing  . . .  20,253,000

 19,397,000 

(d) Reimbursements  . . .  -64,700,000 
 -65,621,000 

(e) Amount payable from the Child Health and Safety Fund (Item
5180-151-0279)  . . .  -313,000 
 -413,000 

(f) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 5180-1510890)
. . .  -1,015,491,000 
 -1,051,006,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for social services
programs, for the cost of special social services programs for which
federal grants in aid are made to the state; for grants or services
to
local agencies for the extension of child welfare services as
provided
by Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 16500) of Part 4 of Division
9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code; for the cost of the adoption
programs and care of children, to be expended in accordance with
Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 16100) of Part 4 of Division 9
of the Welfare and Institutions Code; for the costs incurred by
counties, including, but not limited to, the required county funds
for
prevention of child abuse and neglect as provided by Chapter 11
(commencing with Section 18950) of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code.

2. Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001 also applies to this item.

3. Notwithstanding Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 18000) of
Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, a loan not
to
exceed $50,000,000 shall be made available from the General Fund
from funds not otherwise appropriated, to cover the federal share of
costs of a program(s) when the federal funds have not been received
by this state prior to the usual time for transmitting that federal
share
to the counties of this state. That loan from the General Fund shall
be
repaid when the federal share of costs for the program(s) becomes
available.

4. The Department of Finance may authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of amounts from this item to Item
5180-001-0001, in order to allow the state to perform the facilities
evaluation function of Community Care Licensing in the event the
counties fail to perform that function.

5. The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts
between this item and Item 5180-111-0001 in order to reflect
modifications in the use of Title XX funds. The funds shall not be
approved sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee in each house
that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or such lesser time as the chairpersons

of the committees, or their designees, may in each instance jointly
determine.

6. Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would
cause their disqualification as a federally allowable
maintenance-of-effort expenditure.

 7. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $68,376,000
shall be
provided to counties to fund additional emergency response services
and shall be allocated based on child welfare services caseload and
county unit costs. However no county shall receive less than $75,000.

These funds shall be expressly targeted for emergency response
services solely for the protection of children and shall be used to
supplement, and shall not be used to supplant, child welfare services

funds. A county is not required to provide a match of the funds
received pursuant to this provision if the county appropriates the
required full match for the county's child welfare services program
exclusive of the funds received pursuant to this provision. The State

Department of Social Services shall reallocate any funds that
counties
choose not to accept under this provision, to other counties based on

the allocation formula specified in this provision. 

 7. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $135,593,000 shall
be
provided to counties to fund additional child welfare service
activities and shall be allocated based on child welfare services
caseload and county unit costs. However no county shall receive less
than $100,000. These funds shall be expressly targeted for emergency
response, family reunification, family maintenance and permanent
placement services and shall be used to supplement, and shall not be
used to supplant, child welfare services funds. A county is not
required to provide a match of the funds received pursuant to this
provision if the county appropriates the required full match for the
county's child welfare services program exclusive of the funds
received pursuant to this provision. These funds are available only
to
counties fully utilizing the Child Welfare Services/Case Management
System (CWS/CMS). The Department of Social Services shall
reallocate any funds that counties choose not to accept under this
provision, to other counties based on the allocation formula
specified
in this provision. 

8. In order to receive state funding for adult protective service
programs, counties shall participate in the quarterly claims
processing, payment, and reporting system developed by the
Department of  Social Services for the adult protective services
program.

 9. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (c) of this item,

$5,000,000 shall be used by the Department of Social Services to
execute a contract with the California Child Care Resource and
Referral Network to make available, on a one-time basis, $1,600,000
to develop, publish and distribute an emergency preparedness guide to

providers in licensed child care centers. The guide shall provide
child care center staff with assistance in emergency preparedness,
crisis management, and counseling techniques for reducing stress to
children, staff and parents resulting from a traumatic event. The
balance of $3,400,000 shall be made available to train licensed child

care providers on the topics addressed in the guide. The Department
of Social Services shall coordinate with the California Department of

Education and the California Child Care Resource and Referral
Network in the development of the training materials and the training

model. The Department of Social Services shall present a status
report on the implementation of the program by October 31, 2000, and
a final report by June 30, 2001, to the chairs and vice chairs of the

appropriate fiscal and policy committees of the Legislature, the
Office
of the Secretary for Education, the Department of Finance, and the
Legislative Analyst's Office.  

10. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $14,461,000 for the
Child
Welfare Services/Case Management System (CWS/CMS) shall not be
encumbered or expended until the Department of Information
Technology reviews and approves the special project report. Funds
shall be made available consistent with the amounts approved by the
Department of Finance based on the approved special project report.

11. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $22,000,000 shall be
provided to counties on a one-time basis for the purpose of reducing
the backlog of pending adoption cases. The Department of Social
Services shall allocate these funds to the counties based on the
number of cases pending adoption in each county and other factors as
determined by the Director of Social Services. Counties will not be
required to provide a match for these funds, which are to be used
exclusively to reduce adoption case backlogs.

12. Of the funds included in Schedule (c) of this item as
reimbursement from the California Children and Families
Commission for one-time grants to licensed child care centers and
family child care homes for safety enhancements, the Department of
Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts up to 5 percent of
these
funds from Item 5180-101-0001 to Item 5180-001-0001 for
administration, development, technical support, and evaluation
activities associated with these grants.

13. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $212,000 shall be used
to
increase licensing visits to family care homes. 

5180-151-0279--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
for payment to 5180-151-0001, payable from the Child Health and
Safety Fund  . . .  313,000 
 413,000 

5180-151-0890--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
for payment to Item 5180-151-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  1,015,491,000 
 1,051,006,000 

Provisions:

1. Provisions 1, 2, 4, 5,  and 7    7, 9, and 10
  of
Item 5180-151-0001 also apply to this item. 

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item for the Independent Living
Program, $560,000 shall be used to establish a financial assistance
program to facilitate the educational goals of former foster youth.


5180-152-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services,
Program 25.25.010-Child Welfare Services  . . . 1,500,000

Provisions:

1. Funds in this item shall be used to provide grant funding for
educational and living facilities for foster children.

5180-401--The Director of Finance is authorized to approve transfers
not to exceed  $150,411,000    $127,897,000
  from
the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block
grant to and in augmentation of the amount appropriated in Item
5180-101-0890 Program 16.30.040, CalWORKs child care, for
expenditure by the State Department of Social Services, and to the
federal Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) as an
augmentation to Item 6110-196-0890 for use by the State Department
of Education for CalWORKs local assistance Stage II child care. The
moneys transferred to the Department of Education shall be used only
for direct services to Stage II child care recipients, and the
Department of Education shall use other existing funds available for
child care quality expenditures to meet the 4 percent quality
requirement of federal law associated with CCDF expenditures. Prior
to any fund transfers from TANF to CCDF, the Department of
Education shall certify that the transfer will not require additional

quality expenditures beyond the existing expenditures. Should
additional quality expenditures be required as a result of a transfer

pursuant to this provision, these transfers shall become TANF funds
and shall not be transferred to the CCDF. In the event of a TANF
transfer pursuant to this item, the Department of Education shall
comply with existing TANF and CalWORKs regulations and reporting
requirements. The Department of Finance shall provide written
notification to the chairperson of the fiscal committees of each
house
of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget
Committee at the time of the transfer.

5180-402--The Director of Finance is authorized to approve transfers
of  $442,840,000    $419,242,000   from the
federal
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant to the
Child Care and Development Fund administered by the State
Department of Education, and the entire amount so transferred shall
be
used for CalWORKs local assistance Stage II child care. The moneys
transferred to the Department of Education shall be used only for
direct services to Stage II child care recipients, and the Department
of
Education shall use other existing funds available for child care
quality expenditures to meet the 4 percent quality requirement of
federal law associated with CCDF expenditures. Prior to any fund
transfers from TANF to CCDF, the Department of Education shall
certify that the transfer will not require additional quality
expenditures
beyond the existing expenditures. Should additional quality
expenditures be required as a result of a transfer pursuant to this
                                                          provision,
these transfers shall become TANF funds and shall not be
transferred to the CCDF. In the event of a TANF transfer pursuant to
this item, the Department of Education shall comply with existing
TANF and CalWORKs regulations and reporting requirements. 

Provisions:

1. Upon request from the State Department of Education, and upon
approval by the Director of Finance, the State Department of Social
Services is authorized to transfer up to $10,000,000 from the federal

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) block grant to the
Social Services Block Grant (Title XX) pursuant to authorization in
the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity
Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193). These funds shall be
provided to the State Department of Education, to be pooled with
moneys in the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) TANF, or
both, in accordance with this item for the purpose of broadening
access to federal Child and Adult Care Food Program benefits for
low-income children in proprietary child care centers. The total
amount to be transferred to the State Department of Education from
Title XX and TANF combined shall not exceed $419,242,000, and all
funds shall be used for CalWORKs local assistance Stage II child
care, as provided in this item. In the event Title XX funds are
provided to the State Department of Education pursuant to this
provision, the State Department of Education shall comply with all
Title XX regulations and reporting requirements. The Department of
Finance shall provide written notification to the chairperson of the
fiscal committees of each house of the Legislature and the
Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee at the time of the
transfer.

5180-403--(1) Upon request of the Secretary for Health and Human
Services, the Director of Finance is authorized to approve transfers
not to exceed $88,193,000 from the Federal Temporary Assistance for
Needy Families (TANF) block grant to and in augmentation of any
program for which TANF funds have been appropriated in this act,
only if the request (1) meets all of the conditions set forth in
Section
28 of this act, or (2) is consistent with Provision 4 of Item
5180-101-0001. Any transfers pursuant to this paragraph shall require

the respective legislative notification procedures set forth in
Section
28 or Provision 4 of Item 5180-101-0001, whichever is applicable.
(2) Upon notification of the Legislature and approval of the Director

of Finance, the Department of Social Services may allocate funds
from this item to counties that successfully appeal disallowances
from
their employment services budget requests. 

5180-490--Reappropriation, Department of Social Services.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances of the
appropriations provided for in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless
otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations, and shall
be available for expenditure until June 30, 2000:

0001--General Fund

(1) The balance of the amount appropriated for the federal
Welfare-to-Work match in Item 5180-102-0001  , Budget Act of
1999,    of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch.
50,
Stats. 1999)   is reappropriated for transfer to and in
augmentation of Item 5180-102-0001 of  Section 2.00 of  
this act to fulfill the requirements of the federal Welfare-to-Work
match.



(2) The balance of the amount appropriated for the federal
Welfare-to-Work match in Item 5180-102-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1998) is reappropriated for
transfer to and in augmentation of Item 5180-102-0001 of Section 2.00

of this act to fulfill the requirements of the federal
Welfare-to-Work
match.

(3) The balance of the amount appropriated for CalWORKs Recipient
Child Care Training Projects in Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00
of the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) is reappropriated for

transfer to and in augmentation of Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00

of this act to continue ongoing recipient child care training
projects.

(4) The balance of the amount appropriated for CalWORKs Recipient
Child Care Training Projects in Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00
of the Budget Act 1998 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1998) is reappropriated for
transfer to and in augmentation of Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00

of this act to continue ongoing recipient child care training
projects.

(5) The balance of the amount appropriated for a child care facility
in
East Los Angeles in Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) is reappropriated for
transfer to and in augmentation of Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00

of this act for completion of the child care facility in East Los
Angeles.  

                              YOUTH AND ADULT CORRECTIONAL
AGENCY

5240-001-0001--For support of the Department of Corrections  . . .
 4,030,112,000 
 3,981,587,000 

Schedule:

(a) 21-Institution Program  . . .  3,024,399,000 
 2,984,286,038 

(b) 22-Health Care Services Program  . . .  592,805,000

 590,666,000 

(c) 31-Community Correctional Program  . . .  510,077,000

 512,465,000 

(d) 41.01-Administration  . . .  139,897,000 
 130,711,962 

(e) 41.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -139,897,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . .  -47,748,000 
 -48,484,000 

(g) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5240-001-0890)  . . . -2,384,000

(i) Amount payable from the Inmate Welfare Fund (Item
5240-001-0917)  . . .  -47,037,000 
 -45,777,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated to accommodate projected institutional
population levels in excess of those that actually materialize, if
any,
shall revert to the General Fund.

2. Funds appropriated to accommodate projected parole population
levels in excess of those that ac-tually materialize, if any, shall
revert
to the General Fund.

3. Any funds recovered as a result of audits of locally operated
return-to-custody centers shall revert to the General Fund.

4. When contracting with counties for vacant jail beds for any inmate

under the jurisdiction of the Director of the Department of
Corrections, the department shall not reimburse counties more than
the
average amount it costs the state to provide the same services in
comparable state institutions. This restriction shall not apply to
any
existing contract, but shall apply to the extension or renewal of
that
contract. In addition, the total operational cost of incarcerating
state
inmates in lease county jail beds (which includes state costs, but is

exclusive of one-time and capital outlay costs), shall not exceed the

department's average cost for operating comparable institutions.

5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
Schedule (a) for McGee Training Facility rent payments may be
transferred to Item 5240-003-0001 by the Controller, upon order of
the Director of Finance, as necessary to provide rental payments on
lease revenue bonds for the McGee Training Facility if a bond sale
occurs.

6. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, but subject to
providing 30 days' prior notification to the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, funds appropriated in Schedule (a) or (b), or both, of
this
item may be transferred to Item 5240-101-0001, Schedule (b), upon
order of the Director of Finance, to provide funds for the
reimbursement of counties for the cost of holding parole violators in

local jail.

7. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon approval of the
Department of Finance, the Department of Corrections may transfer,
between Schedules (a), (b), and (c) of this item, up to 5 percent of
the
amounts appropriated in these schedules. Any transfer of funds
appropriated in Schedules (a), (b), and (c) of this item exceeding 5
percent may occur not sooner than 30 days after notification thereof
to
the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the fiscal committees of the Legislature.



8. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $4,000,000 shall be
expended to establish, effective January 1, 2001, a Sex Offender
Containment Program to provide intensive and specialized parole
supervision caseloads for high-risk sex offenders not now on those
caseloads, and to provide relapse prevention treatment, voluntary
medication treatment, and other related services for those parolees.



5240-001-0890--For support of the Department of Corrections, for
payment to Item 5240-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . . 2,384,000

5240-001-0917--For support of the Department of Corrections, for
payment to Item 5240-001-0001, payable from the Inmate Welfare
Fund  . . .  47,037,000 
 45,777,000 

5240-003-0001--For support of the Department of  Corrections for
rental payments on lease revenue bonds  . . .  237,026,000

 223,998,000 

Schedule:

(a) Base Rent and Fees  . . .  264,965,000 
 263,595,000 

(b) Insurance  . . . 1,069,000

(c) Reimbursements  . . .  -29,008,000 
 -40,666,000  

5240-005-0001--For support of the Department of Corrections  . . .
19,582,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer to and in
augmentation of Item 5240-001-0001 and may be encumbered or
expended only after the Director of Corrections has provided to the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the fiscal committees of both
houses of the Legislature documentation specifically outlining each
of
the proposed reductions contained in its initial administrative
restructuring plan for the elimination of $65,755,000 and 954.6
positions, the programmatic and other effects of each of the proposed

reductions upon departmental operations, and, in regard to each
proposed reduction that was eliminated from the revised
administrative restructuring plan, the reason why that proposed
reduction was not recommended for adoption. 

5240-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Corrections  . . .

 48,433,000 
 48,603,000 

Schedule:

(a) 21-Institution Program  . . . 15,132,000

(b) 31-Community Correctional Program  . . .  33,301,000

 33,471,000 

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item is provided for the following

purposes:

a. To pay the transportation costs of prisoners to and between state
prisons, including the return of parole violators to prison and for
the
conveying of persons under provisions of Division 3 (commencing
with Section 3000) of the Welfare and Institutions Code and the
Western Interstate Corrections Compact (Section 11190 of the Penal
Code), in accordance with Section 26749 of the Government Code.
Claims filed by local jurisdictions shall be filed within six months
after the end of the month in which those transportation costs are
incurred. Expenditures shall be charged to either the fiscal year in
which the claim is received by the Control-ler or the fiscal year in
which the warrant is issued by the Controller.

  Claims filed by local jurisdictions directly with the Controller
may
be paid by the Controller.

b. To pay the expenses of returning fugitives from justice from
outside
the state, in accordance with Sections 1389, 1549, and 1557 of the
Penal Code. Claims filed by local jurisdictions shall be filed within

six months after the end of the month in which expenses are incurred,

expenditures shall be charged to either the fiscal year in which the
claim is received by the Controller or the fiscal year in which the
warrant is issued by the Controller, and any restitution received by
the
state for those expenses shall be credited to the appropriation of
the
year in which the Controller's receipt is  issued.

  Claims filed by local jurisdictions directly with the Controller
may
be paid by the Controller.

c. To pay court costs and county charges, payable under Sections
4700.1, 4750 to 4755, inclusive, and 6005 of the Penal Code. Claims
shall be filed by local jurisdictions within six months after the end
of
the month in which a service is performed by the coroner, a hearing
is
held on the return of a writ of habeas corpus, the district attorney
declines to prosecute a case referred by the Department of
Corrections, a judgment is rendered for a court hearing or trial, an
appeal ruling is rendered for the trial judgment, or an activity is
performed as permitted by these sections. Expenditures shall be
charged to either the fiscal year in which the claim is received by
the
Controller or the fiscal year in which the warrant is issued by the
Controller.

  Claims filed by local jurisdictions directly with the Controller
may
be paid by the Controller.

d. To reimburse counties for the cost of detaining state parolees
pursuant to Section 4016.5 of the Penal Code. Claims shall be filed
by
local jurisdictions within six months after the end of the month in
which the costs are incurred. Claims filed by local jurisdictions may

not include booking fees, may not recover detention costs in excess
of
$59 per day, and shall be limited to the detention costs for those
days
on  which parolees are held subject only to a Department of
Corrections request pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 4016.5 of
the Penal Code. Expenditures shall be charged to either the fiscal
year
in which the claim is received by the Department of Corrections or
the
fiscal year in which the warrant is issued.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon 30-day prior
notification to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, funds appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item may be
transferred to Schedules (a) or (b), or both, of Item 5240-001-0001,
upon order of the Director of Finance, to provide funds for the
reimbursement of counties for the cost of holding parole violators in

local jails or for the auditing or monitoring of local assistance
costs.

 5240-102-0001--For local assistance, Department of Corrections
. . . 300,000

Schedule:

(a) 21-Institution Program  . . . 300,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $300,000 shall be
available on a one-time basis for the purpose of providing the
funding
for portable inmate housing units for Tulare County.

5240-103-0001--For local assistance, Department of Corrections  . . .

50,000

Schedule:

(a) 31-Community Correctional Proram  . . . 50,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $50,000 shall be
available on a one-time basis for the purpose of providing the
funding
for a Parole Division historical exhibit for the City of Diamond Bar.


5240-104-0001--For local assistance, Department of Corrections  . . .

50,000

Schedule:

(a) 31-Community Correctional Program  . . . 50,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $50,000 shall be
available on a one-time basis to San Luis Obispo County to fund
tattoo removal for gang members. 

5240-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Corrections, for
reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions on Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 1,958,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.082.081-Prisoner Parental Rights (Ch. 820, Stats. 81)  . .
.
1,958,000

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
17615) of Chapter 4 of  Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriation and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

5240-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Corrections  . . .
 117,061,000 
 107,725,000 

Schedule:

(1) 61.01.001-Statewide: Budget Packages and Advance Planning  . . .

400,000 

(1.5) 61.01.200-Statewide: Small Management Exercise
Yards--Preliminary plans, working drawings, and construction  . . .
6,375,000 

(2) 61.04.045-California Correctional Institution, Tehachapi: New
Potable Water Source (Phase II)--Working drawings and construction
. . . 1,725,000

(3) 61.06.016-Deuel Vocational Institution, Tracy: Renovate Y and Z
Dorms--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . .  236,000


 342,000 

(4) 61.07.021-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Construct Pretreatment
System--Preliminary plans  ,    and 
working
drawings   and construction    . . . 
472,000 
 135,000 

(5) 61.07.101-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Dental
Clinic--Construction  . . . 615,000

(6) 61.07.102-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Branch
Circuit Wiring, Building 1--Construction  . . . 2,309,000

(7) 61.07.103-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Supply
Heating and Ventilation, Building 1--Construction  . . . 1,637,000

(8) 61.07.104-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Branch
Circuit Wiring, Building 2--Construction  . . . 1,243,000

(9) 61.07.105-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Branch
Circuit Wiring, Building 3--Construction  . . . 1,560,000

(10) 61.07.106-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Gang Shower
Conversion, Building 1--Construction  . . . 789,000

(11) 61.07.107-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Branch
Wiring, Building 5--Construction  . . . 796,000

(12) 61.07.108-Folsom State Prison, Represa: Renovate Branch
Wiring, Maintenance Shops--Construction  . . . 983,000

(13) 61.08.029-California Institution for Men, Chino: TB/HIV
Housing Engineering Controls--Construction  . . .  967,000

 1,094,000 

(14) 61.08.032-California Institution for Men, Chino: Drilling New
Domestic Water Supply Well--Preliminary plans and working
drawings  . . . 246,000

(15) 61.09.015-California Medical Facility, Vacaville: Unit
V-Modular Housing Replacement--Preliminary plans and working
drawings  . . .  349,000 
 420,000 

(16) 61.09.029-California Medical Facility, Vacaville: TB/HIV
Housing Engineering Controls--Construction  . . .  363,000

 543,000  

(17) 61.09.030-California Medical Facility, Vacaville: Cell Window
Modification--Working drawings and construction  . . . 5,275,000


(18) 61.09.427-California State Prison-Solano, Vacaville:
Correctional Treatment Center, Phase II--Working drawings and
construction  . . . 3,555,000

(19) 61.10.046-California Men's Colony, San Luis Obispo: Hospital
Air Conditioning--Construction  . . . 666,000

(20) 61.10.047-California Men's Colony, San Luis Obispo:
Wastewater Collection Treatment Upgrade--Working drawings 
and construction    . . .  23,385,000 
 1,104,000 

(21) 61.10.048-California Men's Colony, San Luis Obispo: Fire
Alarm System Upgrade--Study  . . . 307,000

(22) 61.10.049-California Men's Colony, San Luis Obispo: Potable
Water Treatment Facility Upgrade--Study  . . . 201,000

(23) 61.10.051-California Men's Colony-West, San Luis Obispo:
Central Kitchen Replacement--Construction  . . . 6,035,000

(24) 61.10.052-California Men's Colony-East, San Luis Obispo:
Electrified Fence--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . .
196,000 

(25) 61.11.010-Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, San Diego:
Reverse Osmosis Purification System--Construction  . . . 3,527,000

(26) 61.12.010-California State Prison-San Quentin, San Quentin:
Construct Receiving and Release Building--Preliminary plans and
working drawings  . . . 286,000

(27) 61.12.426-California State Prison-San Quentin, San Quentin:
Correctional Treatment Center, Phase II--Construction  . . .
14,289,000 

(28) 61.13.010-California Institution for Women, Frontera:
Infrastructure Study--Study  . . . 224,000

(29) 61.13.428-California Institution for Women, Frontera:
Correctional Treatment Center, Phase II--Construction  . . . 

12,709,000 
 12,974,000 

(30) 61.14.030-Minor Projects  . . . 5,500,000

(31) 61.14.032-Minor Projects: Joint Venture  . . . 225,000

(32) 61.15.035-California Rehabilitation Center, Norco: Replace
Men's Dorms (Phase II of VI)--Working drawings and construction  . .

. 6,356,000

(33) 61.15.036-California Rehabilitation Center, Norco: Perimeter
Fence--Working drawings and construction  . . .  1,605,000

 2,101,000 

(34) 61.15.040-California Rehabilitation Center, Norco: Patton State
Hospital Double Perimeter Fence--Working drawings  . . . 508,000

(35) 61.16.021-Sierra Conservation Center, Jamestown: Effluent
Disposal Pipeline--Working drawings  . . .  380,000 

 882,000 

(36) 61.16.022-Sierra Conservation Center, Jamestown: Electrified
Fence--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . . 191,000

(37) 61.18.005-Mule Creek State Prison, Ione: Central Plant
Renovation--Preliminary plans, working drawings and construction  .
. . 854,000 

(37.4) 61.18.427-Mule Creek Prison, Ione: Correctional Treatment
Center, Phase II--Construction  . . . 2,184,000

(37.5) 61.22.004-Chucawalla Valley State Prison, Blythe:
Temperature Control System--Preliminary plans and working
drawings  . . . 2,099,000 

(38) 61.27.002-Wasco State Prison-Reception Center, Wasco:
Prescreening Facility at Wastewater Treatment Plant--Preliminary
plans and working drawings  . . . 148,000

(39) 61.28.428-North Kern State Prison, Delano: Correctional
Treatment Center, Phase II--Construction  . . . 2,967,000

(40) 61.30.003-Centinela State Prison, Imperial: Recycling and
Salvage Program--Preliminary plans and working drawings  . . .
79,000

(41) 61.35.003-Salinas Valley State Prison, Soledad: Mental Health
Inpatient Care Facility--Working drawings and construction  . . .
12,358,000 

(42) 61.47.001-California State Prison, Sacramento, Represa: Firing
Range Modifications--Preliminary plans, working drawings and
construction  . . . 342,000  

(41.5)  61.35.004-Salinas Valley State Prison Soledad: Water
Treatment Plant Installation--Preliminary plans, working drawings,
and construction   . . . 740,000 

(43) 61.48.001-California State Prison, Solano, Vacaville:
Construction of Wastewater Plant--Study  . . . 203,000 

(44) 61.06.425-Deuel Vocational Institution, Tracy: Reception Center
Screening and Evaluation--Construction  . . . 858,000

(45) 61.07.425-California State Prison-Sacramento, Represa:
Correctional Clinical Case Management and Enhanced Outpatient
Care--Construction  . . . 1,284,000

(46)  61.08.425-California Institution for Men-Central, Chino:
Correctional Clinical Case Management and Reception Center
Screening and Evaluation Program--Construction  . . . 1,274,000

(47) 61.08.427-California Institution for Men-Minimum, Chino:
Correctional Clinical Case Management--Construction  . . . 683,000

(48) 61.09.426-California State Prison-Solano, Vacaville:
Correctional Clinical Case Management--Construction  . . . 585,000

(49) 61.11.425-Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, San Diego:
Correctional Clinical Case Management and Reception Center
Screening and Evaluation--Construction  . . . 923,000

(50) 61.13.426-California Institution for Women, Frontera:
Correctional Clinical Case Management and Enhanced Outpatient
Care--Construction  . . . 791,000

(51) 61.13.427-California Institution for Women, Frontera: Reception
Center Screening and Evaluation--Construction  . . . 641,000

(52) 61.15.425-California Rehabilitation Center, Norco: Correctional
Clinical Case Management--Construction  . . . 681,000

(53) 61.17.425-Avenal State Prison, Avenal: Correctional Clinical
Case Management--Construction  . . . 590,000

(54) 61.18.426-Mule Creek State Prison, Ione: Correctional Clinical
Case Management and Enhanced Outpatient Care--Construction  . . .
1,876,000

(55) 61.21.425-California State Prison-Los Angeles County,
Lancaster: Correctional Clinical Case Management and Enhanced
Outpatient Care--Construction  . . . 1,320,000

(56) 61.23.425-California State Prison-Corcoran, Corcoran:
Correctional Clinical Case Management and Enhanced Outpatient
Care--Construction  . . . 1,519,000

(57) 61.26.425-Central California Women's Facility, Madera:

     Enhanced Outpatient Care and Reception Center Screening and
Evaluation--Construction  . . . 1,184,000

(58) 61.26.426-Central California Women's Facility, Madera:
Correctional Clinical Case Management--Construction  . . . 652,000

(59) 61.27.425-Wasco State Prison- Reception Center, Wasco:
Recep-tion Center Screening and Evaluation--Construction  . . .
1,009,000

(60) 61.27.426-Wasco State Prison- Reception Center, Wasco:
Correc-tional Clinical Case Management--Construction  . . . 904,000

(61) 61.28.426-North Kern State Pris- on, Delano: Reception Center
Screening and Evaluation--Construction  . . . 1,039,000

(62) 61.28.427-North Kern State Pris- on, Delano: Correctional
Clinical Case Management-Construction  . . . 886,000

(63) 61.30.426-Centinela State Pris- on, Imperial: Correctional
Treatment Center, Phase II-- Construction  . . . 2,527,000

(64) 61.34.426-Ironwood State Prison, Blythe: Correctional
Treatment Center, Phase II--Construction  . . . 2,428,000

(65) 61.47.002-California State Prison-Sacramento, Represa:
Reconstruct Firing Range--Preliminary plans and working drawings  .
. . 202,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (1) are to be allocated by the
Department of Corrections, upon approval by the Department of
Finance to develop design and cost information for new projects for
which funds have not been previously appropriated, but for which
preliminary plan funds, working drawings funds, or working drawings
and construction funds are expected to be included in the 2001-02 or
2002-03 Governor's Budget, and for which cost estimates or
preliminary plans can be developed prior to legislative hearings on
the 2001-02 and 2002-03 Governor's Budgets, respectively. These
funds may be used for all of the following: budget package
development, environmental services, architectural programming,
engineering assessments, schematic design, and preliminary plans.
The amount appropriated in this item for that purpose will not be
construed as a commitment by the Legislature as to the amount of
capital outlay funds it will appropriate in any future year.

2. As used in this appropriation, studies shall include site studies
and
suitability reports, environmental studies, master planning,
architectural programming and schematics. 

3. Funds appropriated in Schedule (41) shall be available for the
following purposes: A maximum of $25,600 of the funds may be made
available for mitigation costs of local governments and a maximum of
$25,600 of the funds may be made available to the Monterey County
Superintendent of Schools for mitigation costs of school districts.
These funds shall be made available pursuant to subdivisions (c) and
(d) of Section 7005.5 of the Penal Code.

5240-301-0768--For capital outlay, Department of Corrections,
payable from Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings Rehabilitation
Fund of 1990  . . . 5,666,000

Schedule:

(1) 61.12.012-California State Prison--San Quentin, San Quentin:
Relocate building, 22 staff, and program--Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction  . . . 5,666,000 

5240-401--If the bonds authorized for the projects scheduled in Item
5240-301-0660 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282,
Stats. 1997) are not sold, the Department of Corrections shall commit

a sufficient portion of its support appropriation provided for in
this
act to repay any loans from the Pooled Money Investment Account. It
is the intent of the Legislature that this commitment shall be
included
in future Budget Acts until outstanding loans are repaid either
through
the sale of bonds or from an appropriation.

5240-402--In the event the bonds authorized for the Department of
Corrections Headquarters Building project in Chapter 782 of the
Statutes of 1998 are not sold, the Department of Corrections shall
commit a sufficient portion of its support appropriation, as
determined
by the Department of Finance, which is provided for in this Budget
Act to repay any interim financing. It is the intent of the
Legislature
that this commitment shall be included in future Budget Acts until
all
interim financing is repaid either through the proceeds from the sale
of
bonds or from an appropriation. 

5240-490--Reappropriation, Department of Corrections. The balances
of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations,
unless
otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations:

0001--General Fund

Item 5240-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(10) 61.07.107-Folsom State Prison Represa: Renovate Branch
Wiring Building
5--Preliminary plans

(13) 61.09.029-California Medical Facility, Vacaville: TB/HIV
Housing Engineering Controls--Working drawings

(15) 61.09.050-California Medical Facility, Vacaville: Electrified
Fence--Construction

(24) 61.16.021-Sierra Conservation Center, Jamestown: Effluent
Disposal Pipeline--Acquisition

Item 5240-302-0001, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998), as
reappropriated in Item 5240-490, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats.
1999)

(1) 61.01.0760-Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge--Acquisition
and construction

(2) 61.01.762-Allensworth Ecological Reserve--Acquisition and
construction

(3) 61.01.763-Mayacama Mountains Sanctuary-- Construction

(4) 61.01.764-Kern River Preserve--Acquisition and construction

(5) 61.01.766-California City Desert Tortise Natural
Area--Acquisition

(6) 61.01.767-Cowbird Trapping Program

(7) 61.01.770-Program Management

(8) 61.01.771-Star Ranch Sanctuary--Acquisition and construction

(9) 61.01.772-Paul Wattis Sanctuary--Acquisition and construction

(10) 61.01.773-Burrowing Owl Habitat Enhancement--Acquisition
and construction

(11) 61.01.774-Stanislaus River Parks--Acquisition and construction

Item 5240-301-0001, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998), as
reappropriated in Item 5240-490, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats.
1999)

(2.3)  61.04.045-California Correctional Institution, Tehachapi: New
Potable Water Source (Phase I)--Construction

(20) 61.12.426-California State Prison-San Quentin: Correctional
Treatment Center, Phase II--Working drawings

(27.1) 61.15.035-California Rehabilitation Center, Norco: Replace
Men's Dormitories--Preliminary plans, working drawings and
construction

0660--Lease Revenue

Item 5240-301-0660, Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997), as
reappropriated in Item 5240-490, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats.

1998), and Item 5240-490, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(3) 61.08.025-California Institution for Men: Denitrification
Plant--Construction 

5430-001-0001--For support of the Board of Corrections   . . .
2,056,000

Schedule:

(a) 11-Corrections Planning and Programs  . . . 534,000

(b) 14-Facilities Standards and Operations  . . . 1,854,000

(c) 21-Standards and Training for Local Officers  . . . 2,841,000

(d) 31.01-Administration  . . . 323,000

(e) 31.02-Distributed Administration  . . . -323,000

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -524,000

(g) Amount payable from the Corrections Training Fund (Item
5430-001-0170)  . . . -2,649,000

5430-001-0170--For support of the Board of Corrections, for payment
to Item 5430-001-0001, payable from Corrections Training Fund  . . .

2,649,000

5430-101-0170--For local assistance, Board of Corrections, Program
21--Standards and Training for Local Officers, payable from the
Corrections Training Fund  . . .  14,720,000 
 15,763,000  

5430-103-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections  . . .
50,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $50,000,000 shall be
allocated for the Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction grants for
adult offenders pursuant to Chapter 5, Article 4 (Sections 6045
through 6046, inclusive) of the Penal Code.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, up to $2,000,000 may be
awarded to counties for the purposes of planning and developing the
continuum of responses.

3. Of the funds allocated pursuant to Provision 1, up to 3 percent
may
be transferred to Item 5430-001-0001 to support the administration,
including technical assistance and oversight of the implementation of

this grant award program.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2004.


5430-104-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections  . . .
75,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $75,000,000 shall be
allocated for county juvenile facilities grants pursuant to Article
18.8
(commencing with Section 749.3) of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of Division 2
of the Welfare and Institutions Code.

2. Of the funds allocated pursuant to Provision 1, 1.5 percent may be

transferred to Item 5430-001-0001 to support the administration,
including technical assistance and oversight, of the implementation
of
this grant award program.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2004.


5430-108-0890--For local assistance, Board of Corrections, payable
from Federal Trust Fund  . . . 37,494,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, no more than $5,624,000,
or 15 percent of the federal  2000 fiscal year Federal Violent
Offender Incarceration/Truth-in-Sentencing funds allocated to the
state, shall be allocated by the Board of Corrections to local
governments through competitive grants to build or expand, or both
build and expand, adult and juvenile detention facilities, as
authorized. Local entities shall be responsible for meeting the 25
percent match requirement.

2. The Legislature hereby declares that exigent circumstances exist
regarding the impact of the increasing number of juvenile offenders
on
public safety in California and that, of the funds allocated to the
state
pursuant to the Federal Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement
Act of 1994 (P.L. 103-322) and appropriated by this item, an amount
not less than $31,870,000 shall be used to address these
circumstances through competitive grants to counties. The need to
enhance public safety is particularly important for local
jurisdictions
that do not have adequate facilities to confine the increasing number
of
juvenile offenders. Therefore, notwithstanding the provisions of
Chapter 324 of the Statutes of 1998 and Chapter 339 of the Statutes
of
1999, the Legislature intends that these funds be used to support the

construction or expansion of juvenile detention facilities of the
appropriate security levels, as defined in the Federal Violent Crime
Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 and regulations adopted
pursuant thereto, to ensure appropriate custody space for the
confinement of the growing number of juvenile offenders. The
maximum state construction cost per bed rate shall not exceed
$100,500. Local entities shall match at least 25 percent of the
grant.
Not more than 15 percent of this minimum match shall be provided
with in-kind resources. The greater the percentage of matching funds
that a county provides, the higher the priority the county shall be
given
for allocation of the funds.

3. For the grant programs identified in Provisions 1 and 2 of this
item,
the Board of Corrections shall establish minimum standards, funding
schedules, and procedures which shall take into consideration, but
not
be limited to, the following:

(a) Possession of a site assurance for the project or projects.

(b) Documentation of need for the project or projects.

(c) Adoption of a formal county plan to finance construction of the
proposed project or projects.

(d) Submittal of a preliminary staffing plan for the project or
projects.

(e) Submittal of architectural drawings, which shall be approved by
the board for compliance with minimum adult or juvenile detention
facility standards and which shall also be approved by the State Fire

Marshall for compliance with fire safety and life safety
requirements.

(f) Documentation that the facilities can be safely staffed and
operated.

4. Of the funds allocated pursuant to Provisions 1, 2, and 6 of this
item, up to 3 percent may be transferred, upon approval of the
Department of Finance, to support the administration, including
technical assistance and oversight, of the implementation of grant
awards pursuant to Provisions 1 and 2.

5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item are available for expenditure until September 30, 2005.


6. If federal fiscal year 2000 funds in excess of the amount
appropriated in this item are allocated to the state for facility
construction pursuant to the Federal Violent Crime Control and Law
Enforcement Act of 1994, those federal funds are hereby appropriated
to the Board of Corrections for making grant awards, pursuant to
Provisions 1 and 2 of this item. In that case, 15 percent of the
additional funds shall be allocated pursuant to Provision 1 of this
item
and the balance shall be allocated pursuant to Provision 2 of this
item.

5430-109-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections  . . .
10,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, not less than $3,800,000
shall be available as supplemental funding for the existing Repeat
Offender Prevention Project pilot programs in the Counties of Orange,

Los Angeles, San Mateo, Solano, Fresno, Humboldt, San Diego, and
San Francisco pursuant to Article 18.5 (commencing with Section
743) of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of Division 2 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code (Article 18.5). The Board of Corrections shall
allocate these funds to counties on a proportional basis consistent
with the prior year allocation. Notwithstanding any other provision
of
law, these funds are available for expenditure through June 30, 2002.


2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, not less than $5,700,000
shall be available for the expansion of the Repeat Offender
Prevention
Project pilot programs to additional counties. Notwithstanding
Article
18.5, these funds are available for one-year program start up and are

not subject to evaluation nor the three-year pilot project
requirements.
These funds are available for expenditure through June 30, 2002.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to 5 percent may be
transferred to Item 5430-001-0001 to support the administration and
evaluation of existing pilot programs, and to support the
administration, including technical assistance and oversight of the
implementation of the new pilot programs. These funds are available
for expenditure through June 30, 2002.

4. The Board of Corrections shall administer the Repeat Offender
Prevention Project in accordance with the applicable statutory
requirements of Article 18.5 and the expansion of the Repeat Offender

Prevention Project pilot programs to additional counties consistent
with Provision 2.

5. Future funding for any Repeat Offender Prevention Project will be
determined contingent upon an evaluation by the Board of Corrections
of the effectiveness of the existing eight county programs pursuant
to
criteria identified in Article 18.5.

5430-113-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections  . . .
11,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item shall only be available as supplemental funding for
existing Juvenile Crime Enforcement and Accountability Challenge
grants awarded pursuant to the Budget Act of 1996 (Ch. 162, Stats.
1996) and awarded prior to July 1, 1998 (Challenge Grant I).

2. Of the funds allocated pursuant to Provision 1, up to 5 percent
may
be transferred to Item 5430-001-0001 to support the administration
and evaluation of this grant award program. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, these funds are available for that purpose until
June
30, 2002.

5430-115-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections  . . .
4,000,000

Provisions:

1. Except as otherwise provided in this provision, the amount
appropriated in this item, shall be allocated to county sheriffs and
probation departments in the Counties of Riverside and San Mateo,
and two other counties to be selected by the Board of Corrections,
for
pilot Global Positioning System (GPS) or other
appropriate-technology projects for tracking offenders in the
community. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, authorization
and funding for these projects shall be for three years. Of these
funds,
up to $175,000 may be transferred to the Board of Corrections to
support the administration, including technical assistance and
oversight, of the implementation of the county pilot projects.

2. The purpose of these pilot projects shall be to provide greater
public safety. The Board of Corrections, in consultation with the
participating counties, shall determine appropriate project
guidelines,
offender target populations, and desirable project outcomes
consistent
with Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 9000) of Title 9 of  Part 3
of the Penal Code. Participating counties shall determine the value
of
GPS tracking of offenders in the community and shall report by August

1 of 2001, 2002, and 2003, to the board on the status and preliminary

findings of their pilot projects. The board shall submit a report by
October 1 of 2001, 2002, and 2003, to the Legislature on the
aggregated status and findings of the various pilot projects.

3. Participating counties shall seek competitive bids for the GPS or
other appropriate technology service contracts funded from this item.


5430-117-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
5,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 shall be
allocated for grants to local law enforcement agencies that establish

the Developing Increased Safety through Arms Recovery Management
(DISARM) program to support local efforts to more actively enforce
compliance with court ordered conditions of probation prohibiting the

possession of weapons. The Board of Corrections shall distribute the
money to eligible agencies on a per capita basis with a minimum of
$50,000 per jurisdiction. In order to be eligible, a county shall
establish a DISARM Team, comprised of the county sheriff, at least
one police chief from a jurisdiction within the county, the district
attorney, and the chief probation officer. The DISARM Team shall
establish strategies, standards, and procedures to assist local law
enforcement agencies in removing guns from high-risk probationers in
the community. Expenditure of these funds shall be limited to plans
that target probationers with at least one conviction for any of the
following offenses: assault with a deadly weapon, attempted murder,
homicide, robbery, and illegal possession of a firearm or other
deadly
weapon. Each grantee shall develop program outcomes to
demonstrate, at a minimum, lower probationer-to-probation officer
ratios in offender target classes, an increase in the number of
weapons
seized, an increase in the ability of probation officers to actively
enforce the conditions of probation as ordered by the court, and an
increase in multiagency collaboration that contributes to more guns
being taken out of the hands of criminal offenders. Each recipient
shall
submit a copy of its plan to the board and a report of its outcomes
not
later than January 15, 2002.

5430-118-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
14,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item shall only be available as supplemental funding for the
existing Juvenile Crime Enforcement and Accountability Challenge
grants awarded pursuant to the Budget Act of 1998 and Chapter 502,
Statutes of 1998, and awarded after July 1, 1998 (Challenge Grant
II).

2. Of the funds allocated pursuant to Provision 1, up to 5 percent
may
be transferred to Item 5430-001-0001 to support the administration,
including technical assistance and oversight of the implementation of

this grant award program.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2004.


5430-119-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
10,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available for Gender
Specific Programs for Female Offenders.

2. Programs funded from this item shall include an evaluation
component to determine their effectiveness in addressing the needs of

the target population.

5430-120-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
7,300,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available for Secure
Mental
Health Treatment Facilities Pilot Programs.

2. Programs funded from this item shall include an evaluation
component to determine their effectiveness in addressing the needs of

the target population.

5430-121-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
100,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available for local adult
jail
construction.

5430-122-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
400,000

Provisions:

1. The funds shall be allocated for the Lodi Police Department to
remodel the police station.

5430-123-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
400,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated for the
Galt
Police Department to remodel the police station.

5430-124-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
3,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated for the
Community Law Enforcement and Recovery (CLEAR) project.

5430-125-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
1,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated for the
City
of Citrus Heights Police Service Center.

5430-126-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections   . . .
300,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated for the
County of Sacramento Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center Pharmacy.

5430-127-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections  . . .
40,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated for the San

Diego County Alpine Teen Center. 

5430-295-0001--For local assistance, Board of Corrections, for
reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of
Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the

Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level
of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive
order, for disbursement by the State Controller  . . . 733,000

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.022.193-Mandates: Domestic Violence Treatment Program
Approvals (Ch. 221, Stats. 1993)  . . . 733,000

(2) 98.01.033.281-Mandates: Victims' Statements--Minors (Ch. 332,
Stats. 1981)  . . . 0

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provision 2 of this item, allocations of
funds
provided in this item to the appropriate local entities shall be made
by
the State Controller in accordance with the provisions of each
statute
or executive order that mandates the reimbursement of the costs, and
shall be audited to verify the actual amount of the mandated costs in

accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 17561 of the Government
Code. Audit adjustments to prior year claims may be paid from this
item. Funds appropriated in this item may be used to provide
reimbursement pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section
                                                               17615)
of Chapter 4 of Part 7 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the
Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon notifying the
Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts from
the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts therein. No
order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless written
notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the chairperson
of
the committee in each house which considers appropriation and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee or his or her
designee.

3. Pursuant to Section 17581 of the Government Code, mandates
identified in the appropriation schedule of this item with an
appropriation of $0 and included in the language of this provision
are
specifically identified by the Legislature for suspension during the
2000-01 fiscal year:

(a) Victims' Statements--Minors (Ch. 332, Stats. 1981)

5430-490--Reappropriation, Board of Corrections. Notwithstanding
any other provision of law, the balance of the appropriation provided

in the following citation is reappropriated for the purposes provided

for in the appropriation and shall be available for expenditure until

June 30, 2004.

0001--General Fund

(1) Item 5430-111-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Mentally Ill Offender
Crime Reduction Grants)

5430-491--Reappropriation, Board of Corrections. Notwithstanding
any other provision of law, the balances of the appropriations
provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the
purposes provided for in the appropriations and shall be available
for
expenditure until June 30, 2002.

0890--Federal Fund

(1) Item 5430-005-0890, Budget Act of 1997 (Federal Crime Bill)

(2) Item 5430-105-0890, Budget Act of 1997 (Federal Crime Bill)

5440-001-0001--For support of the Board of Prison Terms, Program
10  . . .  18,958,000 
 26,039,000 

 5440-002-0001--For support of the Board of Prison Terms  . . .

1,250,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used only to provide
services for parolees with developmental disabilities, serious mental

illness, or substance abuse problems who are reported to the Board of

Prison Terms for parole violations and who the board determines
should be continued on parole or whose revocation of parole is
suspended by the board, when the board determines that doing so
would not pose a danger to the public, or for the administrative
costs
directly related to the provision of these services to parolees. The
funds appropriated in this item may not be transferred for any other
purpose, and any unexpended funds shall revert to the General Fund
upon the end of the fiscal year. The board shall not directly provide

the services for parolees, but the board may, at its discretion,
enter
into interagency agreements with the Department of Corrections, the
State Department of Mental Health, the State Department of Alcohol
and Drug Programs, the State Department of Developmental Services,
and regional centers for the developmentally disabled for services
provided directly by those agencies or for services provided
indirectly by those agencies by contract with service providers.


5450-001-0001--For support of the Youthful Offender Parole Board,
Program 10  . . . 3,450,000

5460-001-0001--For support of the Department of the Youth Authority
. . .  279,641,000 
 289,749,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20-Institutions and Camps  . . .  299,865,000 
 300,007,000 

(b) 30-Parole Services  . . .  47,287,000 
 56,817,000 

(c) 40-Education Services  . . .  12,272,000 
 12,283,000 

(d) 50.01-Administration  . . .  25,346,000 
 25,847,000 

(e) 50.02-Distributed Administration  . . .  -23,707,000

 -23,783,000 

(f) Reimbursements  . . . -79,157,000

(g) Amount payable from the California State Lottery Education
Fund--California Youth Authority (Item 5460-001-0831)  . . .
-797,000

(h) Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
5460-0010890)  . . . -1,468,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a), $31,000 is provided for

payment of energy service contracts in connection with the issuance
of
Public Works Board Energy Efficiency Revenue Bonds (State Pool
Program), Series 1986A.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize a loan from the General Fund to the Department
of the Youth Authority for the purpose of meeting operational
cash-flow obligations for the  1999-00   
2000-01  
fiscal year. The loan shall not exceed the estimated amount of
uncollected reimbursements pursuant to Chapter 6 of the Statutes of
1996, for the final quarter of any fiscal year in which the loan is
to be
provided. 

3. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b), $10,000,000 shall be
for
gang prevention parolee services. 

5460-001-0831--For support of the Department of the Youth
Authority, for payment to Item 5460-001-0001, payable from the
California State Lottery Education Fund--California Youth Authority
. . . 797,000

Provisions:

1. All funds received pursuant to Proposition 37 that are allocable
to
the Department of the Youth Authority pursuant to Section 8880.5 of
the Government Code and that are in excess of the amount
appropriated in this item, are hereby appropriated in augmentation of

this item. Such additional funds may be expended only upon written
approval of the Department of Finance.

5460-001-0890--For support of the Department of the Youth
Authority, for payment to Item 5460-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 1,468,000

5460-003-0001--For support of the Department of the Youth Authority
for insurance on lease revenue bonds  . . .  4,000 
 525,000  

Schedule:

(a) Base Rental  . . . 520,000

(b) Insurance  . . . 5,000 

5460-011-0001--For support of the Department of the Youth Authority
(Proposition 98)  . . .  40,986,000 
 40,782,000 

Schedule:

(a) 40-Education Services  . . .  40,986,000 
 40,782,000 

5460-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of the Youth
Authority  . . . 3,919,000

Schedule:

(a) 20-Institutions and Camps  . . . 92,000

(b) 30-Parole Services  . . . 3,827,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,919,000 is provided
for
the following purposes:

a. To pay the transportation costs of persons committed to the
Department of the Youth Authority to or between its facilities,
including the return of parole violators, provided that expenditures
made under this item shall be charged to either the fiscal year in
which the claim is received by the Controller or the fiscal year in
which the warrant is issued by the Controller. However, claims shall
be filed by local jurisdictions within six months after the end of
the
month in which the costs are incurred.

b. To reimburse counties, pursuant to Section 1776 of the Welfare and

Institutions Code, for the cost of the detention of Youth Authority
parolees who are detained on alleged parole violations, provided that

expenditures made under this item shall be charged to either the
fiscal
year in which the claim is received by the Controller or the fiscal
year
in which the warrant is issued by the Controller. However, claims
shall be filed by local jurisdictions within six months after the end
of
the month in which the costs are incurred.

5460-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of the Youth
Authority  . . .  26,371,000 
 26,859,000 

Schedule:

(1) 60.01.035-Statewide: Pre-Schematic/Master Planning Budget
Packages and Advanced Planning  . . . 250,000

(2) 60.01.105-Statewide Communications System
Enhancement--Study  . . . 400,000

(3) 60.01.125-Specialized Counseling Program Beds--Preliminary
plans, working drawings  . . . 336,000

(4) 60.02.075-Preston Youth Correctional Facility: Water Line
Replacement--Construction  . . . 1,843,000

(5) 60.02.090-Preston Youth Correctional Facility: Remodel Visiting
Hall--Construction  . . . 764,000

(6) 60.26.080-Northern California Youth Correctional Center:
Correctional Treatment Center--Preliminary plans, working drawings
. . . 486,000

(7) 60.26.130-Karl Holton Youth Correctional Facility: Yuba Living
Unit Security Rooms--Preliminary plans, working drawings  . . .

195,000 
 281,000 

(8) 60.26.135-N. A. Chaderjian Youth Correctional Facility: Personal
Alarm System--Preliminary plans, working drawings  . . . 160,000

(9) 60.52.105-El Paso de Robles Youth Correctional Facility:
Special Education Classrooms--Construction  . . . 1,893,000

(10) 60.52.110-El Paso de Robles Youth Correctional Facility: Air
Conditioning-Education--Preliminary plans, working drawings  . . .
 44,000 
 177,000 

(11) 60.54.080-Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility: Visitor's
Security Entrance/Visiting Hall--Construction  . . . 1,651,000

(12) 60.54.090-Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility: Sewer
Line Replacement--Construction  . . . 1,606,000

(13) 60.54.110-Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility: Replace
Taft Adjustment Center--Working drawings, construction  . . .
2,903,000

(14) 60.54.115-Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility: Construct
New Kitchen--Preliminary plans, working drawings  . . . 
505,000

 774,000 

(15) 60.58.070-Ventura Youth Correctional Facility: Special
Education Assessment Center--Construction  . . . 1,032,000

(16) 60.58.085-Ventura Youth Correctional Facility: Correctional
Treatment Center--Construction  . . . 1,778,000

(17) 60.67.105-Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility: Modify
Ward Rooms--Construction  . . . 3,103,000

(18) 60.67.140-Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility: Fire
Alarm System-Education--Construction  . . . 1,916,000

(19) 60.67.145-Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility: Lighting
in Ward Rooms--Construction  . . . 1,662,000

(20) 60.90.010-Minor Projects  . . . 3,844,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (1) shall be allocated by the
Department of the Youth Authority, upon approval of the Department
of Finance, to develop design and cost information for new projects
for which funds have not been previously appropriated, but for which
preliminary plans funds, working drawings funds, or working drawing
or construction funds are expected to be included in the Governor's
Budget for the 2001-02 or 2002-03 fiscal year, and for which cost
estimates and/or preliminary plans can be developed prior to
legislative hearings on the Governor's Budget for the 2001-02 or
2002-03 fiscal year. These funds may be used for the following:
budget package development, architectural programming, engineering
assessments, schematic design, and preliminary plans. The amount
appropriated in this item for these purposes shall not be construed
as
a commitment by the Legislature as to the amount of capital outlay
funds it will appropriate in any future year.

2. As used in this appropriation, studies shall include site studies
and
suitability reports, environmental studies, master planning,
architectural programming and schematics.

 3. Notwithstanding Section 10108 of the Public Contract Code or

Section 1760.6 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, or any other
provision of law, the Department of the Youth Authority may utilize
ward labor to complete construction of the projects appropriated in
Schedules (17 and (19). 

5460-401--In the event the bonds authorized for the projects
scheduled in Item 5460-301-0660, Budget Act of 1997, (Ch. 282,
Stats. 1997) are not sold, the Department of the Youth Authority
shall
commit a sufficient portion of its support appropriation provided for

in this Budget Act to repay any loans from the Pooled Money
Investment Account. It is the intent of the Legislature that this
commitment shall be included in future Budget Acts until outstanding
loans are repaid either through the sale of bonds or from an
appropriation.

5460-403--Of the amount loaned pursuant to Provision 2 of Item
5460-001-0001, Budget Act of 1998, (Ch. 324, Stats. of 1998),
$3,800,000 will not be required to be repaid.

 5460-490--Reappropriation, Department of the Youth Authority.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances of the
appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated

for the purposes provided for in the appropriations and shall be
available for the expenditure as cited below:

General Fund-0001

5460-301-0001, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)

(16) 60.67.105-Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility: Modify
Ward Room Windows--Working drawings

5460-301-0001, Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998) as
reappropriated by Item 5460-490, Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats.
1999)

(10.5) 60.02.080-Ventura Youth Correctional Facility: Correctional
Treatment Center--Working drawings 

5460-495--Reversion. Department of the Youth Authority. As of June
30, 2000, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided
in the following citations shall revert to the General Fund.

0711--1986 County Correctional Facility Capital Expenditure Fund

 (1) Item 5460-601-0711, (Chapter 1519, Stats. 1986)

(2) Item 5460-503-0711, (Chapter 1519, Stats. 1986)  

(1) Chapter 1519, Stats. 1986, (local assistance)

(2) Chapter 1519, Stats. 1986, (support) 

5480-001-0001--For support of Commission on Correctional Peace
Officers' Standards and Training, Program 10  . . . 2,307,000

                              EDUCATION

6110-001-0001--For support of Department of Education  . . . 

41,707,000 
 44,976,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10-Instruction  . . .  46,013,000 
 53,893,320 

(b) 20-Instructional Support  . . .  58,423,000 
 63,590,000 

(c) 30-Special Programs  . . .  38,421,000 
 40,493,680 

(d) 41.00-Executive Management and Special Services  . . . 
7,660,000 
 8,008,000 

(e) 41.01-State Board of Education  . . .  2,310,000

 1,406,000 

(f) 42.01-Department Management and Special Services  . . . 
25,628,000 
 27,078,000 

(g) 42.02-Distributed Department Management and Special Services
. . .  -25,628,000 
 -26,928,000 

(h) Reimbursements  . . .  -13,253,000 
 -16,001,000 

(i) Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 6110-001-0890)  .
. .  -97,867,000 
 -106,564,000 

Provisions:

1. An amount equal to or greater than the amount appropriated in
Schedule (e) shall be available for support of the State Board of
Education, and shall be directed to meet the policy priorities of its

members.

2. Notwithstanding Sections 33190 and 51219 of the Education Code,
or any other provision of law, the State Department of Education
shall
expend no funds to prepare (a) a statewide summary of student
performance on school district proficiency assessments or (b) a
compilation of information on private schools with five or fewer
pupils.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the funds
appropriated in this item, a minimum of $2,500,000 shall be used to
provide technical assistance and administrative support to the
Healthy
Start Program and a minimum of $240,000 shall be used to provide
technical assistance and administrative support for the Teen
Pregnancy Prevention and Intervention Program pursuant to Article 1
(commencing with Section 8800) of Chapter 5 of Part 6 of the
Education Code.

4. Funds appropriated in this item may be expended or encumbered to
make one or more payments under a personal services contract of a
visiting educator pursuant to Section 19050.8 of the Government
Code, a long-term special consultant services contract, or an
employment contract between an entity that is not a state agency and
a
person who is under the direct or daily supervision of a state
agency,
only if all of the following conditions are met:

(a) The person providing service under the contract provides full
financial disclosure to the Fair Political Practices Commission in
accordance with the rules and regulations of the commission.

(b) The service provided under the contract does not result in the
displacement of any represented civil service employee.

(c) The rate of compensation for salary and health benefits for the
person providing service under the contract does not exceed by more
than 10 percent the current rate of compensation for salary and
health
benefits determined by the Department of Personnel Administration
for civil service personnel in a comparable position. The payment of
any other compensation or any reimbursement for travel or per diem
expenses shall be in accordance with the State Administrative Manual
and the rules and regulations of the State Board of Control.

5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $150,000 shall be used for

the Gang Risk Intervention Program pursuant to Chapter 5
(commencing with Section 58700) of Part 31 of the Education Code.

6. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $285,000 shall be
available
in support of the Commission on Technology in Learning pursuant to
Chapter 830 of the Statutes of 1999.

7. The funds appropriated in this item may not be expended for any
REACH program.

8. The funds appropriated in this item may not be expended for the
development or dissemination of program advisories, including, but
not limited to, program advisories on the subject areas of reading,
writing, and mathematics, unless explicitly authorized by the State
Board of Education.

9. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $206,000 shall be
available
as matching funds for the State Department of Rehabilitation to
provide coordinated services to disabled pupils. Expenditure of the
funds shall be identified in the memorandum of understanding or other

written agreement with the Department of Rehabilitation to ensure an
appropriate match to federal vocational rehabilitation funds.

10. Of the funds appropriated in this item, no less than 
$4,146,000    $4,693,000   is available for support
of
Child Care Services, including After School Programs pursuant to
Chapters 318, 319, and 320 of the Statutes of 1998 (Program 30.10).

11. Pursuant to Provision 8 of Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of
this act, the Department of Finance may transfer up to $20,000,000 of

federal funds to this item.

12. (a) Of the funds appropriated in this item, a minimum of $410,000

is available for support of the Class Size Reduction Program pursuant

to Chapter 6.10 (commencing with Section 52120) of Part 28 of the
Education Code.

(b) Of the funds appropriated in this item, a minimum of $78,000 is
available for support of Class Size Reduction for two 9th grade
classes, as authorized by Chapter 6.8 (commencing with Section
52080) of Part 28 of the Education Code.

13. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (b), $50,000 is for
reporting the results of physical performance tests administered by
school districts in the 2000-01 fiscal year pursuant to Chapter 6
(commencing with Section 60800) of Part 33 of the Education Code.
The State Department of Education shall ensure that results comparing

the performance of pupils in each school and district to national
performance are reported to school district governing boards and
shall submit a report of statewide results comparing the performance
of California pupils to national performance to the Legislature and
the
Governor prior to January 1, 2001.

14. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $650,000 shall be
allocated
by the State Department of Education to an independent evaluator to
assist school districts and county offices of education in developing

data collection and analysis systems, and to perform an evaluation
for
the High-Risk First-Time Offenders Program pursuant to  Article 1
(commencing with Section 47760) of Chapter 2 of Part 26.95 of the
Education Code.

15. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b), $150,000 shall be
available for the State Department of Education to contract for an
independent project oversight consultant. The independent project
oversight consultant shall submit quarterly project reports on the
progress of the California School Information Services System
program to the Legislature, the Department of Finance, the
Superintendent of Public Instruction, the State Board of Education,
the
Governor, the Legislative Analyst, and the Fiscal Crisis and
Management Assistance Team beginning March 1, 2000, and
continuing through the duration of the program implementation. The
Department of Information Technology and the Department of Finance
shall review and approve the scope of work in writing prior to the
State Department of Education entering into the contract.

16. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be
available
for baseline data collection regarding English learners, and the
ongoing costs of evaluating the services that English learners
receive,
including the costs of evaluating the program funded in Item
6110-125-0001.

17. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,805,000 is provided
for the sole purpose of funding 22 positions and associated operating

expenses and equipment costs related to implementation of the Public
Schools Accountability Act, as established by Chapter 3, First
Extraordinary Session, Statutes of 1999.

18. Of the amount appropriated in this item,  $250,000
 
$450,000   is provided for the purpose of contracting with an
independent consultant for an evaluation of the implementation of the

Public Schools Accountability Act, as established by Chapter 3, First

Extraordinary Session, Statutes of 1999.  This evaluation shall
also include an assessment of the following: (1) The extent to which
enrollment in alternative schools, as defined in Chapter 3X of the
First Extraordinary Session of 1999, has increased since the
enactment of the Public Schools Accountability Act, (2) the extent to

which any enrollment increases were a result of the act and the
schools' attempts to improve their performance by encouraging
low-performing pupils to attend alternative schools, and (3) the
growth in school achievement in alternative schools as measured by
the alternative accountability system, compared to the regular
schools
these pupils would have otherwise attended. The reporting and
delivery deadlines for the evaluation of these questions shall be the

same as for the overall evaluation of the Public Schools
Accountability Act. 

19. Upon 30-day written notification of the Legislature, the
Department of Finance may augment the appropriation in this item by
up to $500,000 to address workload related to implementation of the
Public Schools Accountability Act, as established by Chapter 3, First

Extraordinary Session, Statutes of 1999.

 20. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (e) of this
item,
$1,000,000 is for the State Board of  

21. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, $150,000
shall be available to allow the State Department of Education to
contract with other state agencies to conduct audits of high-risk and

community-based organizations. The State Department of Education
shall submit a report to the Department of Finance no later than
August
1, 2001, regarding the number of audits completed with these funds.
The report shall also include the average amount of time required and

funds expended per high-risk audit completed, and it shall include
the
methodology the State Department of Education used to determine
which high-risk and community-based organizations were audited.

22. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item, $250,000
and three positions shall be available for the English Language and
Literacy Intensive Program.

23. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $127,000 shall be
available
for a contract with a new Internet service provider. This contract
shall
upgrade the State Department of Education's Internet capabilities,
including, but not limited to, all of the following: (1) providing
additional bandwidth and flexibility in its availability, (2)
mirroring
of the department's website, and (3) providing external hosting of
large data files.

24. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $250,000 is provided on
a one-time basis for the purchase of a computer server and related
costs to enhance the State Department of Education's Internet
capacity,
contingent upon the Department of Information Technology's (DOIT)
approval of a feasibility study report reporting exemption request.
Responsibility for Internet functions related only to the
availability
and dissemination of STAR and API data and reports would thereby
be delegated to the State Department of Education. Consideration of
any future requests for resources related to these activities would
be
contingent upon both DOIT and the Department of Finance's
Technology Investment Review Unit's approval of appropriate
technology project documentation, as required by state law and other
technology project reporting requirements.

25. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $360,000 is for the
purpose
of providing the STAR and HSEE programs each with two staff
possessing psychometric and test development expertise.
Encumbrance of these funds is contingent upon the redirection and
reclassification of existing vacant and unfunded positions from
elsewhere within the State Department of Education.

26. Upon 30-day written notification of the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or his or her designee, the Department
                                                                of
Finance may augment the appropriation in this item by up to
$1,200,000 to address workload or other expenses related to the
California School Information Services (CSIS) project. No
augmentation shall be made prior to the approval of the appropriate
documentation for this project, including a feasibility study report,
by
both the Department of Information Technology and the Department of
Finance's Technology Investment Review Unit. Any funds provided
through this provision shall be used solely for activities consistent

with those described in the approved feasibility study report.

27. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $450,000 shall be
available over a three-year period for the State Department of
Education to contract with an independent consultant for a
longitudinal
evaluation of the effectiveness of Pupil Dropout Prevention programs
established pursuant to Article 6 (commencing with Section 52890)
and Article 7 (commencing with Section 52900) of Chapter 12 of Part
28, Article 7 (commencing with Section 54720) of Chapter 9 of Part
29, and Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 58550) of Part 31, of
the Education Code. The evaluation shall include an examination of
whether the programs improved the following: participants'
graduation rates; participation rates in postsecondary education;
academic achievement (as measured by SAT 9 scores, grades and
other measures of academic performance); number of credits earned
and other measures of progress during enrollment; employment rates
during and after enrollment; number and types of educational, social
services, probation, and other referrals; and students' utilization
of
these services. The evaluation shall examine these outcomes as
compared to comparable schools that did not participate in the
program. The evaluation shall also make recommendations for
improvement of these programs and present options for the Legislature

in funding programs that effectively increase graduation rates,
including programs proven to be successful in other states. Each
program receiving funding under this section shall cooperate with the

department in the evaluations required by this provision by supplying

whatever information is deemed necessary for the purpose of this
evaluation, including student level information, student scores on
standardized tests, reading and math gains on standardized tests
during
enrollment and for a two-year period before and subsequent to
enrollment. Districts shall be required to collect and provide data
for
all students participating in the programs, as well as for a
representative group of similar students that did not participate.
The
department shall report the results of the evaluation to the
appropriate
policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature by October 1, 2001,
and each of two years thereafter.    Education to
conduct a
public information campaign to educate the public about California's
school accountability program, including the Public Schools
Accountability Act, the Academic Performance Index, and the
Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) examination. 

6110-001-0119--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.30-Administrative Services to local  educational 
agencies, payable from the 1998 State School Facilities Fund  . . .
244,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated by this item are for support of the activities
of
the School Facilities Planning Division and are to be used
exclusively
for activities related to local school construction, modernization,
deferred maintenance, class size reduction facilities, and schoolsite

acquisition.

6110-001-0178--For support of the Department of Education,
Program 20.30.003-Instructional Support, for the purpose of
conducting schoolbus driver instructor training as provided in
Section
40070 of the Edu-cation Code, payable from the Driver Training
Penalty Assessment Fund  . . . 1,062,000

6110-001-0231--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.10.045-Instructional Support, Curriculum Services-Health and
Physical Education-Drug Free Schools, payable from the Health
Education Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . .

994,000

6110-001-0344--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.30-Administrative Services to local educational agencies, payable
from the State School Building Lease-Purchase Fund  . . . 1,565,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated by this item are for support of the activities
of
the School Facilities Planning Division and are to be used
exclusively
for activities related to local school construction, reconstruction,
rehabilitation, modernization, maintenance, deferred maintenance,
year-round school programs, and schoolsite acquisition.

6110-001-0687--For support of Department of Education, for the
California State Agency for Donated Food Distribution, Program
30.50-Donated Food Distribution, payable from the Donated Food
Revolving Fund  . . . 9,328,000

6110-001-0890--For support of Department of Education, for payment
to Item 6110-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .

97,867,000 
 106,564,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item include Federal Vocational
Education Act funds for the 2000-01 fiscal year to be transferred to
community colleges by means of interagency agreements. These funds
shall be used by community colleges for the administration of
vocational education programs.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $96,000 is available to
the
Advisory Commission on Special Education for the in-state travel
expenses of the commissioners and the secretary to the commission.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $384,000 is available for
programs for homeless youth and adults pursuant to the federal
Stewart B. McKinney Act. The department shall participate on the
Health and Welfare Agency Homeless Task Force and shall consult
with the state Departments of Economic Opportunity, Mental Health,
Housing and Community Development, and Economic Development in
operating this program.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $364,000 shall be
used
to provide in-service training for special and regular educators and
related persons, including, but not limited to, parents,
administrators,
and organizations serving severely disabled children. These funds are

also to provide up to four positions for this purpose.

5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $318,000 shall be used to
provide training in culturally nonbiased assessment and specialized
language skills to special education teachers through Second Language

Immersion Institutes.

6. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $430,000 shall be used
for
the administration of the federal Public Charter School Program. For
fiscal year 2000-01, one Education Program Consultant position shall
support fiscal issues pertaining to charter schools, including
development and implementation of the funding model pursuant to
Chapter 34 of the Statutes of 1998.

7. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $4,790,000 shall be for
the
administration of programs funded with federal Goals 2000 Educate
America Act funds. Funds shall be allocated for the following
purposes:

(a) $1,220,000 for general administration of the federal Goals 2000:

Educate America Act funds and administration of local assistance
grants and other programs using those federal funds.

(b) $120,000 shall be for the state operations costs necessary to
manage the contract identified in Provision 7(c) for the evaluation
of
the Class Size Reduction Program established pursuant to Chapter
6.10 (commencing with Sec. 52120) of Part 28 of the Education Code.

(c) $400,000 shall be for the state operations costs necessary to
align
the forms, processes, and procedures required of local education
agencies in a manner that they may be utilized for the purposes of
participating in the Public School Accountability Act, as established

by Chapter 3, Statutes of 1999, First Extraordi-nary Session, so that

duplication of effort is minimized at the local level.

(d) $500,000 for a contract for an independent evaluation of the
Class
Size Reduction Program as required by Section 52128 of the
Education Code. Funds shall not be released for this purpose until
the
State Department of Education has certified to the Department of
Finance that matching funds have been secured from third party
sources for the class size reduction evaluation activities.

(e) $500,000 is to support the California State University Center for

Teaching Careers, established pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with
Section 90530) of Chapter 11 of Part 55 of the Education Code.

(f) $1,550,000 shall be for the costs of dissemination of the
curriculum frameworks to local education agencies pursuant to a plan
approved by the State Board of Education.

(g) $500,000 shall be available for an evaluation of the Parent
Involvement Programs authorized by Chapter 734 of the Statutes of
1999. 

(h) $333,000 shall be provided to the Office of the Legislative
Analyst for the purpose of initiating a longitudinal evaluation of
charter schools pursuant to Chapter 34 of the Statutes of 1998. 


8. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $8,750,000
 
$9,447,000   is from the Child Care and Development Block
Grant Fund and includes $158,000 for an interagency agreement with
the Child Development Programs Advisory Committee.  Of the
federal funds appropriated in this item, $300,000 is available to
augment on a one-time basis the base resources for child development
audit workload. Of this amount, $150,000 is immediately available
for the purpose of contracting with an appropriate state agency to
eliminate the backlog of desk review workload for non-LEA based
child care provider contract audits. It is the intent of the
Legislature
that the department complete all of the estimated 500 desk review
from the immediately preceding fiscal year, and conduct field audits
on an at-risk basis for approximately 10 percent of its non-LEA child

care providers annually from base resources. The State Department of
Education shall submit a report to the Department of Finance and the
Legislature by March 1, 2001, regarding its progress toward
elimination of its backlog. Contingent upon completion of this report

and justification of workload requiring additional resources, up to
another $150,000 may be authorized for expenditure by the
Department of Finance. 

9. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,345,000 shall be used
for
administration of the Technology  Literacy Challenge Grant Program.
Of this amount:

(a) $580,000 is available only for contracted technical support and
evaluation services associated with implementation of the Technology
Literacy Challenge Grant Program.

(b) $300,000 shall be used to contract for the completion of a survey

of existing information to provide an inventory of education
technology equipment and expertise in public schools. The
Department of Finance shall review and approve all survey designs.

10. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $2,900,000
 
$7,100,000   is for dispute resolution services, including
mediation and fair hearing services, provided through contract for
the
Special Education Program.

11. Upon certification by the Superintendent of Public Instruction,
and
approval by the Department of Finance, the Controller shall augment
Program 30 of Item 6110-001-0890 of Section 2.00 of this act by the
unencumbered balance as of June 30, 2000 of the $2,000,000
provided in Provision 8 of Item 6110-001-0890 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1997 (Ch. 282, Stats. 1997), for the development of a
feasibility study report for a child care data collection and
analysis
system and for interim data collection and reporting as specified in
Provision 8 of Item 6110-196-0001 of this act.

12. Of the amount provided in this item, $843,000 is provided for
staff for the Special Education Focused Monitoring Pilot Program to
be established by the State Department of Education for the purpose
of
monitoring local education agency compliance with state and federal
laws and regulations governing special education.

13. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $36,000 shall be used
for
the administration of the federal class size reduction grant program
(Sec. 5, P.L. 106-25). 

14. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 is available,
under oversight of the Department of Finance, for administration of
an
independent evaluation of funding for Licensed Children's
Institutions
(LCI), including nonpublic school/agency (NPS) services for that
population. The evaluation should include, but not be limited to,
funding issues resulting from inter-SELPA transfers, the opening of
new LCIs or NPSs during the school year and LCI placement
practices that may be impacting special education funding.

15. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $120,000 shall be used
solely for the administration of the federal advance placement
examination fee payment grant program for low-income pupils. 

6110-001-0975--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.40.040-Library and Learning Resources, payable from the
California Public School Library Protection Fund  . . . 15,000

Provisions:

1. Subject to the conditions of Article 6 (commencing with Section
18175) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of the Education Code, and based on
increases in the funds deposited in the California Public School
Library Protection Fund, the appropriation made in this item may be
increased subject to the approval of the Department of Finance.

6110-003-0001--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.30.020-Instructional Support, Standardized Account Code
Structure  . . . 955,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used only for the
direct
costs to administer the Standardized Account Code Structure program,
as established by Chapter 237 of the Statutes of 1993, to assist any
school district or county office of education in financial distress
or
bankruptcy, to make available standard fiscal, demographic, and
performance data to policy decisionmakers, and for indirect costs for

those programs at the rate approved by the United States Department
of Education.

6110-004-0001--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.60.020-Instructional Support, School Crime Report  . . . 1,233,000


Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $376,000 shall be
available
to the State Department of Education for training and monitoring
activities associated with the school crime reporting program
pursuant
to Chapter 1.2 (commencing with Section 628) of Title 15 of Part 1 of

the Penal Code. The funds described in this provision shall be used
only for the direct costs to administer that school crime reporting
program, and for indirect costs of the program at the rate approved
by
the United States Department of Education. The amount specified in
this provision includes $50,000 that shall be available for costs
associated with the production of the school crime report.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $857,000 shall be
allocated
by the State Department of Education to the Butte County Office of
Education pursuant to a contract entered into between the department
and the Butte County Office of Education for the performance of other

activities associated with the school crime reporting program
identified in Provision 1.

6110-005-0001--For support of Department of Education, as
allocated by the Department of Education to the State Special
Schools, Program 10.60.040  . . .  28,763,000 
 29,652,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.60.040-Instruction  . . .  29,350,000 
 30,239,000 

(1) 10.60.040.001-School for the Blind, Fremont  . . . 
3,819,000

 4,000,000 

(2) 10.60.040.002-School for the Deaf, Fremont  . . . 
13,202,000

 13,459,000 

(3) 10.60.040.003-School for the Deaf, Riverside  . . . 
12,329,000 
 12,737,000 

 (4) 10.60.040.007-Diagnostic Centers  . . . 43,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -587,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $362,000 shall be
available for the assessment centers at the State Special Schools.

2. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $358,000 shall be used
for
the provision of a four-week extended session in the State Special
Schools for the  Deaf in Fremont and Riverside and the State Special
School for the Blind in Fremont.

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, up to $13,000 is provided

for payment of energy service contracts in connection with the
issuance of Energy Conservation Efficiency Revenue Bonds.

4. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3) of this item, $487,000
is for school safety personnel and equipment at the School for the
Deaf, Riverside. Of the $487,000 available for this purpose,
$281,000 shall be available on a one-time basis.

5. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3) of this item,
$1,672,000
shall be available on a one-time  basis for the purpose of specific
roof
replacement at the School for the Deaf, Riverside.

6. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3) of this item, $248,000
shall be available on a one-time basis for the purpose of minor
bathroom remodeling.

 7. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item,
$179,000 shall be used for information systems personnel, software,
and training to both new and existing information technology users.
The amount specified in this provision includes $30,000 on a
one-time basis for software replacement, equipment, and training.

8. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3) of this item, $356,000
shall be used for information systems, personnel, replacement of
information technology systems and servers, software, and training to

both new and existing information technology users. The amount
specified in this provision includes $106,000 on a one-time basis for

equipment and software replacement and training.

9. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (2) of this item, $188,000
shall be used for information systems personnel, replacement of
information technology systems and servers, software, and training
for
both new and existing information technology users. The amount
specified in this provision includes $80,000 on a one-time basis for
equipment and software replacement and training.

10. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (4) of this item, $43,000
shall be available on a one-time basis for training and replacement
of
software. 

6110-006-0001--For support of Department of Education
(Proposition 98), as allocated by the Department of Education to the
State Special Schools  . . .  32,252,000 
 32,894,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.60.040-Instruction, State Special Schools  . . . 
37,236,000

 37,878,000 

(1) 10.60.040.001-School for the Blind, Fremont  . . . 
4,831,000

 4,892,000 

(2) 10.60.040.002-School for the Deaf, Fremont  . . . 
12,595,000

 12,895,000 

(3) 10.60.040.003-School for the Deaf, Riverside  . . . 
11,174,000 
 11,455,000 

(7) 10.60.040.007-Diagnostic Centers  . . . 8,636,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -4,840,000

(c) Amount payable from the California State Lottery Education Fund
(Item 6110-006-0814)  . . . -144,000

Provisions:

1. On or before  January    September   15
of each
year, the superintendent of each State Special School shall report to

each school district the number of pupils from that district who are
attending a State Special School and the estimated payment due on
behalf of the district for those pupils pursuant to Section 59300 of
the
Education Code. The Controller shall withhold from the State School
Fund in the first principal apportionment of that fiscal year the
amount
due from each school district, as reported to the Controller by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction. The amount withheld shall be
transferred from the State School Fund to this item. The
Superintendent of Public Instruction is authorized to adjust the
estimated payments required after the close of the fiscal year by
reporting to the Controller the information needed to make the
adjustment.  The payments by the Controller that result from this

year-end adjustment shall be applied to the current year. 

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $552,000 shall be used for

the provision of a four-week extended session in the State Special
Schools for the Deaf in Fremont and Riverside and the State Special
School for the Blind in Fremont.

6110-006-0814--For support of Department of Education, for payment
to Item 6110-006-0001, payable from the California State Lottery
Education Fund  . . . 144,000

Provisions:

1. All funds received pursuant to Proposition 37 that are allocable
to
the State Special Schools pursuant to Section 8880.5 of the
Government Code, and that are in excess of the amount appropriated
in this item, are hereby appropriated in augmentation of this item.

6110-007-0001--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.20.010-Instructional Materials Management and
Distribution--Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Materials  . .
.
102,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated by this item shall be used only for direct
costs
to conduct biennial state adoptions of basic instructional materials
pursuant to Section 60200 of the Education Code and for indirect
costs for that purpose at the rate approved by the United States
Department of Education.

6110-008-0001--For support of Department of Education, as
allocated by the Department of Education to the State Special Schools

for student transportation allowances, Program 10.60.040  . . .
1,064,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are in lieu of funds that
otherwise
would be transferred from the General Fund to Section A of the State
School Fund in accordance with Sections 14007 and 41301.5 of the
Education Code.

6110-011-0001--For support of Department of Education, Program
10.10-School Apportionments, Principal Apportionments System  . . .
1,677,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used for the rewrite
of
the Principal Apportionments System, and are subject to the
stipulations of the Special Project Request submitted by the State
Department of Education on September 1, 1999, and agreed to by the
Department of Information Technology and the Department of Finance.

 2. In the event funds appropriated by Items 6110-011-0001 and
6110-491 of the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) for the
rewrite and redesign of the Principal Apportionment System have not
been encumbered prior to June 30, 2000, those balances shall
continue to be available in the 2000-01 fiscal budget year for those
same purposes and subject to the same conditions. 

6110-013-0001--For support of Department of Education, Program
10.10-Audit Resources  . . . 475,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used only for the
direct
costs of the contracts for audits.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no funds shall be
expended from this item without prior approval from the Department
of Finance.

6110-015-0001--For support of Department of Education, Program
20.20.020-Instructional Materials Management and Distribution  . . .

381,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are for transfer by the
Controller to
the State Instructional Materials Fund, for allocation during the
2000-01 fiscal year pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section
60240) of Chapter 2 of Part 33 of the Education Code. These funds
shall be transferred in amounts claimed by the Department of
Education, for direct disbursement by the Department of Education
from the State Instructional Materials Fund.

6110-021-0001--For support, Department of Education, Program
30.20.005-Child Nutrition--Nutrition Education Projects  . . .
605,000

6110-101-0231--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.10.045-Instructional Support, Curriculum
Services--Health and Physical Education--Drug Free Schools, for
county offices of education, payable from the Health Education
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund  . . . 3,800,000

6110-101-0349--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20-Instructional Support, for allocation to the Fiscal Crisis

and Management Assistance Team for the purpose of administering
the California School Information Services program  . . . 
10,000,000 
 8,600,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 10554 of the Education Code, the
Controller shall transfer from the General Fund the actual amount
certified by the Superintendent of Public Instruction as reductions
made to apportionments in the 2000-01 fiscal year for repayments of
prior year excess apportionments identified pursuant to:

(1) Repayments made pursuant to Chapter 789 of the Statutes of 1997.


(2) Other audit settlements for excess apportionments identified as a

result of audits, investigations, or inquiries.

 2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if there are
insufficient funds in the Educational Telecommunications Fund to
meet the operational needs of the local California School Information

Services (CSIS) project, the CSIS project's Chief Operating Officer
shall notify the Department of Finance by providing an expenditure
                                plan detailing the amount he or she
projects will be required to meet
those needs. The Department of Finance shall notify the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or his or her designee, of

its intent to request that the Controller transfer the amount
projected to
be required to meet the projected operational needs of the local CSIS

project from the Proposition 98 Reversion Account into the
Educational Telecommunications Fund for allocation pursuant to this
item. The Controller shall transfer those funds not sooner than 30
days
after this notification. 

6110-101-0814--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.10-School Apportionment, for allocation by the
Controller in accordance with Section 8880.5 of the Government
Code as enacted by the voters in Proposition 37 at the November
1984 general election, payable from the California State Lottery
Education Fund  . . . 744,397,000

Provisions:

1. All funds received pursuant to Proposition 37 that are allocable
to
local education agencies that serve pupils in kindergarten or any of
grades 1 to 12, inclusive, pursuant to Section 8880.5 of the
Government Code, and that are in excess of the amount appropriated
in this item, are hereby appropriated in augmentation of this item.

6110-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education, Title
VI of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . . 38,472,000

Schedule:

(a) 10-Instruction  . . . 38,193,000

(b) 20-Instructional support  . . . 279,000

Provisions:

1. It is the intent of the Legislature that schools be encouraged to
use
the funds appropriated in this item to enhance, expand, and further
the
Public Schools Accountability Act of 1999, pursuant to Chapter 6.1
(commencing with Section 52050) of Part 28 of the Education Code.

6110-101-0975--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.40.040-Library and Learning Resources, payable from the
California Public School Library Protection Fund  . . . 158,845,000

Provisions:

1. Subject to the conditions of Article 6 (commencing with Section
18175) of Chapter 2 of Part 11 of the Education Code, and based on
increases in the funds deposited in the California Public School
Library Protection Fund, the appropriation made in this item may be
increased subject to the approval of the Department of Finance.

2. The sum of $158,500,000 shall be transferred to this item from
Item
6110-149-0001 by the Controller pursuant to Section 18182 of the
Education Code. These funds, as well as the funds appropriated in
this
item, shall be available to fund the acquisition of school library
materials pursuant to Article 7 (commencing with Section 18180) of
Chapter 2 of Part 11 of the Education Code.

6110-102-0231--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.10.045-Instructional Support, Curriculum Services Health
and Physical Education, Drug Free Schools, for local assistance,
payable from the Health Education Account, Cigarette and Tobacco
Products Surtax Fund  . . . 23,244,000

Provisions:

1. On or before June 1, 2001, the State Department of Education
shall
report to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee on the amount of
Tobacco-Use Prevention Education funds that it intends to transfer
from the competitive grades 9-12 program to the formula grades 4-8
program in the 2000-01 fiscal year.

6110-102-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.60.038-Learn and Serve America Program, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 2,131,000

6110-103-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.10.001.005-School Apportionments for
transfer to Section A of the State School Fund, for the purposes of
Section 8152 of the Education Code  . . .  9,508,000

 13,908,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 8154 of the Education Code, or any other
provision of law, the funds appropriated in this item shall be the
only
funds available for and allocated by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction for the apprentice programs operated by school districts
and county offices of education.

2. Notwithstanding Section 8152 of the Education Code, each
60-minute hour of teaching time devoted to each indentured apprentice

enrolled in and attending classes of related and supplemental
instruction as provided under Section 3074 of the Labor Code shall be

reimbursed at the rate of $4.86 per hour. For purposes of this
provision, each hour of teaching time may include up to 10 minutes
for
passing time and breaks.

3. No school district or county office of education shall use funds
allocated pursuant to this item to offer any new or expanded
apprentice program unless the program has been approved by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction.

4. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall report to the
Department of Finance and the Legislature not later than October 1,
2000, on the amount of funds expended for and the hours of related
and supplemental instruction offered in the apprentice program during

the 1999-00 fiscal year, with information to be provided by the
school
district, county office of education, program sponsor, and trade.
Expenditure information shall distinguish between direct and indirect

costs, including administrative costs funded for the State Department

of Education, school districts, and county offices of education. In
addition, the report shall identify the hours of related and
supplemental instruction proposed for the 1999-00 and 2000-01 fiscal
years by the school district, county office of education, program
sponsor, and trade. As a condition of receiving funds for the
apprenticeship program, school districts and county offices of
education shall report to the Superintendent of Public Instruction
the
information necessary for the completion of this report.

5. Notwithstanding Article 8 (commencing with Section 8150) of
Chapter 1 of Part 6 of the Education Code, or any other provision of
law, the  total number of hours eligible for state reimbursement in
apprentice programs operated by school districts and county offices
of
education shall be limited to an amount equal to the amount of the
total
appropriation made in this item divided by the hourly rate specified
in
Provision 2. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall have the
authority to determine which apprentice programs, and which hours
offered in those programs, are eligible for reimbursement.

6110-103-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 41.20.030.003-Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  4,680,000

 4,790,000 

6110-104-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.10.011-School
Apportionments--Remedial Summer School Programs, for transfer to
Section A of the State School Fund, for summer school and remedial
programs pursuant to legislation to be enacted in the 1999-00 Regular

Session that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2001  . . .

378,743,000 
 421,743,000  

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.011.003-School Apportionments, for Remedial Summer
School Programs, for the purposes of Section 42239 of the Education
Code  . . . 166,990,000

(b) 10.10.011.004-School Apportionments, for Core Academic
Summer School Programs, for the purposes of Section 42239 of the
Education Code  . . . 155,102,000

(c) 10.10.011.007-School Apportionments, for Remedial Instruction
Programs for pupils enrolled in grades 2-6, inclusive, pursuant to
Section 37252.5 of the Education Code  . . . 99,651,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for the 2000-01 fiscal

year the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall allocate a
minimum
of  $6,929    $6,980   for supplemental
summer
school programs in each school district for which the prior fiscal
year
enrollment was less than 500 and that, in the 2000-01 fiscal year,
offers at least 1,500 hours of supplemental summer school
instruction.
A small school district, as described above, that offers less than
1,500
hours of supplemental summer school offerings shall receive a
proportionate reduction in its allocation. For the purpose of this
provision, supplemental summer school programs shall be defined as
programs authorized under paragraph (2) of subdivision (f) of Section

42239 of the Education Code as it read on July 1, 1999.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $9,378,000
 
$10,467,697   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA) to summer school and remedial programs, in lieu
of the amount that would otherwise be provided pursuant to
statute. 

3. If legislation governing the allocation of funding provided by
this
item is not enacted in the 1999-00 Regular Session, the funds in this

item shall be allocated pursuant to Sections 37252.5 and 42239 of the

Education Code as they read on July 1, 1999.  

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of
Finance may, to prevent deficiencies in any of the programs funded by

the appropriation in this item, use the authority granted by Section
26.00 of this act to transfer funding between schedules of this item.


4. Contingent upon legislation enacted prior to the end of the
1999-00
legislative session, this item provides reimbursement for
supplemental instruction at a rate of $3 per hour, provides uncapped
instruction pursuant to subdivisions (a) and (c), and provides a
specified cap for instruction pursuant to subdivision (b). 

6110-105-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund
for the purposes of Article 1 (commencing with Section 52300) of
Chapter 9 of Part 28 of the Education Code  . . . 
336,294,000

 369,373,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.004-Instruction Program-- School Apportionments,
Regional Occupational Centers and  Programs  . . . 
343,611,000

 376,690,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -7,317,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item are for transfer by the Controller to Section A of the
State
School Fund, in lieu of the amount that otherwise would be
appropriated for transfer from the General Fund in the State Treasury

to Section A of the State School Fund for the 1999-00 fiscal year
pursuant to Sections 14002 and 14004 of the Education Code, in an
amount as needed for apportionment pursuant to Article 1
(commencing with Section 52300) of Chapter 9 of Part 28 of the
Education Code.

2. Funds appropriated in this item shall be apportioned by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction pursuant to Article 1.5
(commencing with Section 52335) of Chapter 9 of Part 28 of the
Education Code.

3. Because Chapter 482 of the Statutes of 1984 was chaptered after
Chapter 268 of the Statutes of 1984, the Legislature's intent
regarding
the eligibility of regional occupational centers and programs for
incentive funding for a longer instructional year under Section 46200

of the Education Code was not carried out. It is the intent of the
Legislature that regional occupational centers and programs not be
eligible for that incentive funding.

   Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in this item may not be expended for the purposes of providing or
continuing incentive funding for a longer instructional year pursuant
to
Section 46200 of the Education Code.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item for average daily attendance (ADA) generated by
participants in welfare-to-work activities under the CalWORKs
program established in Article 3.2 (commencing with Section 11320)
of Chapter 2 of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions
Code may be apportioned on an advance basis to local education
agencies based on anticipated units of ADA if a prior application for

this additional ADA funding has been approved by the Superintendent
of Public Instruction.

5. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,161,000 is to fund
remedial education services for participants in welfare-to-work
activities under the CalWORKs program. 

5.5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $16,000,000 is to
provide
equalization of centers and programs and $16,000,000 is for a rate
increase. Both are subject to the establishment of these activities
by
legislation, enacted during the 2000-01 Regular Session, which
becomes effective on or before January 1, 2001. 

6. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,624,000 is provided for

increases in average daily attendance at a rate of 2.07 percent and
 $9,287,000    $10,366,000   is for the
purpose of
providing a cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of  2.84
 
3.17   percent.

6110-107-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.10-County Offices of Education Fiscal
Oversight  . . .  4,580,000 
 4,285,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.002-COE Oversight  . . . 1,500,000

(b) 10.10.005-FCMAT  . . .  1,730,000 
 1,860,000 

(c) 10.10.013-Audit Appeal Panel  . . .  500,000 
 75,000 

(d) 10.10.015-Interim Reporting  . . . 150,000

(e) 10.10.016-Staff Development  . . . 700,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item are for the
purposes provided in paragraph  (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 29
of Chapter 1213 of the Statutes of 1991.

2. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item:

(a) $1,100,000 shall be allocated by the Controller directly to a
county office of education, selected pursuant to subdivision (a) of
Section 42127.8 of the Education Code to oversee Fiscal Crisis and
Management Assistance Team (FCMAT) responsibilities with respect
to these funds, to meet the costs of participation under Section
42127.8 of the Education Code.

(b) $250,000 shall be available to the FCMAT to pay for project
management services for CSIS. It is the intent of the Legislature
that
these funds supplement and not supplant other CSIS funds available
for project management services.

(c) $380,000 shall be allocated to FCMAT for the purpose of
providing, through computer technology, financial and demographic
information that is interactive and immediately accessible to all
local
education agencies to assist them in their decisionmaking process. To

ensure a completely integrated system, this computer information
should be developed in collaboration with the State Department of
Education, and should be compatible with the hardware and software
of the State Department of Education, so that this information may
also
assist state level policymakers in making comparable standardized
financial information available to the local education agencies and
the
public.

 (d) $130,000 shall be used for oversight of the Compton Unified

School District, pursuant to Chapter 767 of the Statutes of 1997.


3. The funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item are for the
increased responsibility of county offices of education for oversight
of
school districts with audit exceptions, districts with qualified or
negative interim reports, districts that may be unable to meet
financial
obligations for the current or subsequent two years, or districts
with
disapproved budgets, as provided under Chapter 924 of the Statutes of

1993. Allocation of such funds shall be administered by the  Fiscal
Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT) on a
reimbursement basis and all reimbursements shall be subject to the
approval of both the Department of Finance and the State Department
of Education.

4. The amount appropriated in Schedule (d) shall be available for
expenditure for the 2000-01 and 2001-02 fiscal years. Any
unexpended balance as of September 1, 2001, shall be available
through July 30, 2002, for staff development purposes, pursuant to
Provision 5 of this item.

5. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (e) of this item, $500,000
is
for the purpose of providing staff development to local education
agency school finance and business personnel, as provided in Section
42127.8 of the Education Code. The funds appropriated in Schedule
(e) shall be allocated by the Controller directly to a county office
of
education selected pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 42127.8 of
the Education Code to oversee FCMAT's responsibilities with respect
to these funds. Of the remaining funds appropriated in Schedule (e),
$200,000 is for the purpose of providing training that shall be
developed and facilitated pursuant to Section 42127.8 of the
Education Code to increase school district and school-level capacity
to implement and manage site-based budgeting and decisionmaking
governance structures.

6. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated in
accordance with the above schedule unless a revision to the
allocations contained herein has been approved by the Department of
Finance. The Department of Finance may not authorize any such
revision sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee in each house
that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine.

7. The funds appropriated in Schedule (c) of this item are for the
additional staff and resources needed for FCMAT to ensure that
timely resolution of audit findings is achieved pursuant to the
directives of Education Code Section 41344.

6110-108-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.60.020.200-Tenth Grade Counseling pursuant to Section
48431.7 of the Education Code  . . .  10,330,000 
 10,363,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $296,000 is for the
purpose
of providing an adjustment for increases in enrollment at a rate of
3.04
percent and  $285,000    $318,000   is for
the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of
 2.84
   3.17   percent.

6110-109-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.60-Gang Risk Intervention Program
pursuant to Chapter 5.5 (commencing with Section 58730) of Part 31
of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code  . . . 3,000,000

6110-111-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Home to School Transportation, pursuant to Article 10 (commencing
with Section 41850) of Chapter 5 of Part 24 of the Education Code
and Small School District Transportation, pur- suant to Article 4.5
(commencing with Section 42290) of Chapter 7 of Part 24 of the
Education Code  . . .  478,908,000 
 481,346,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.006-Pupil Transportation  . . .  474,748,000

 477,161,000 

(b) 10.10.008-Small School District Bus Replacement  . . . 
4,160,000 
 4,185,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $5,795,000
 
$6,669,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $13,225,000    1.45 percent and $14,789,000 
is
for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of

 2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-112-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to Section A of the
State School Fund, Program 20.60-Instructional Time and Staff
Development Reform Program  . . .  242,506,000 
 246,824,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available for the purposes

of the Instructional Time and Staff Development Reform Program
established by Article 7.5 (commencing with Section 44579) of
Chapter 3 of Part 25 of the Education Code.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $6,700,000
 
$7,487,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment for the Instructional Time and Staff Development Reform
Program, in lieu of the amount that would otherwise be provided
pursuant to statute.

6110-112-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.60.036-Public Charter Schools, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund  . . . 12,632,000

6110-113-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for purposes of California's pupil testing program
.
. .  104,167,000 
 112,392,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.70.030.001-Golden State Examination  . . . 14,182,000

(b) 20.70.030.004-Career Technical Assessment  . . . 800,000

(c) 20.70.030.005-Assessment Review and Reporting  . . . 3,585,000

(d) 20.70.030.006-STAR Program  . . .  42,100,000 
 50,325,000 

(e) 20.70.030.007-English Language Development Assessment  . . .
16,100,000

(f) 20.70.030.008-High School Exit Examination  . . . 15,400,000

(g) 20.70.030.009-HSEE and STAR Test Development  . . .
12,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be for the pupil testing

programs authorized by Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 60600),
Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 60810), and Chapter 8
(commencing with Section 60850) of Part 33 of the Education Code.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (d) include funds for primary
language tests administered pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with
Section 60640) of Chapter 5 of Part 33 of the Education Code.

3. The funds appropriated in Schedule (e) shall be available for
administration of an English language development test meeting the
requirements of Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 60810) of Part
33 of the Education Code.

4. The funds appropriated in Schedule (g) shall be available for
development of both the High School Exit Examination pursuant to
Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 60850) of Part 33 of the
Education Code and the STAR examination pursuant to Article 4
(commending with Section 60640) of Chapter 5 of Part 33 of the
Education Code, upon the prior written approval of the Department of
Finance and the State Board of Education.

 5. It is the intent of the Legislature that the State
Department of
Education develop a plan to streamline existing programs to eliminate

duplicative tests and minimize the instructional time lost to test
administration. The State Department of Education shall ensure that
all statewide tests meet industry standards for validity and
reliability.


6110-114-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education,
(Proposition 98), for transfer to  Section A of the State School Fund

for allocation by the Controller, for reimbursement of claims
received
pursuant to Sections 42243.6 and 42247 of the Education Code
(court-ordered desegregation) State Apportionments   . . . 
525,879,000 
 528,556,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.018.005-Bakersfield Unified Elementary School District  . .

.  5,508,000 
 5,536,038 

(b) 10.10.018.010-Los Angeles Unified School District  . . . 

387,717,000 
 389,690,683 

(c) 10.10.018.015-San Bernardino Unified School District  . . .

12,344,000 
 12,406,838 

(d) 10.10.018.020-San Diego Unified School District  . . . 
49,063,000 
 49,312,756 

(e) 10.10.018.025-San Francisco Unified School District  . . .

35,650,000 
 35,831,477 

(f) 10.10.018.030-San Jose Unified School District  . . . 
28,697,000 
 28,843,083 

(g) 10.10.018.035-Stockton Unified School District  . . . 
5,316,000 
 5,343,061 

(h) 10.10.018.040-Palo Alto Unified School District  . . . 
478,000 
 480,434 

(i) 10.10.018.050-Redwood City Elementary School District  . . .

44,000 
 44,224 

(j) 10.10.018.055-San Mateo County Superintendent  . . . 
73,000

 73,771 

(k) 10.10.018.060-Santa Clara County Office of Education  . . .

14,000 
 14,072 

(l) 10.10.018.065-Sequoia  Unified   High School District  .
.
.  367,000 
 368,868 

(m) 10.10.018.070-Menlo Park City Elementary School District  . . .
 1,000 
 1,006 

(n) 10.10.018.075-Ravenswood City Elementary School District  . . .
 67,000 
 67,341 

(o) 10.10.018.080-Las Lomitas  . . .  15,000 
 15,076 

(p) 97.20.011.001-Payment for Audit Cost Claims  . . . 
525,000

 527,672 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $6,363,000
 
$7,322,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $14,523,000    1.45 percent and $16,241,000  
is
for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a
rate of  2.84    3.17   percent.

2. Funds appropriated in this item are for reimbursement of amounts
necessary to pay costs of desegregation programs initially mandated
by the courts, as defined in Section 2205 of the Revenue and Taxation

Code, pursuant to any final court order issued after January 1, 1978,

and for the costs of audits as required by Provision 4 of this item.


3. Before submittal to the Controller for payment, school districts
shall subject their past year actual claims to audit, in accordance
with
standards utilized by the Controller in prior years for the audit of
past
year actual desegregation claims, to ensure that the claims comply
with the requirements of Sections 42243.6, 42247.1, 42247.3, and
42247.4 of the Education Code. School districts may contract with the

Controller for the performance of those audits. All past year actual
claims submitted to the Controller for payment shall be accompanied
by any reports issued by the auditing entity, unless the auditing
entity
was the Controller.

4. The Controller shall reimburse only those past year actual claims
that conform with the requirements set forth in Provision 3.

5. The Controller shall allocate funds appropriated in this item in
                                                 accordance with the
provisions of Sections 42243.6 and 42247 of the
Education Code. Pursuant to Section 42243.8 of the Education Code,
the Controller shall reimburse claims received pursuant to Sections
42243.6 and 42247 of the Education Code only from funds
appropriated specifically for that purpose by the Legislature.

6. The Controller shall allocate funds appropriated in this item in
accordance with the schedule contained herein, unless revision of
that
schedule has been approved by the Department of Finance. The
Controller shall allocate these funds only for 2000-01 expenditures
claimed by local education agencies.

7. The Department of Finance may not authorize any revisions to the
schedule contained in this item sooner than 30 days after
notification
in writing of the necessity therefor to the Chairpersons of the
Senate
and Assembly Appropriations Committees and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever
lesser  time the chairperson of the joint committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance determine.

8. Funds appropriated in this item shall not be used to reimburse
local
education agency claims for facilities lease costs, school
construction,
reconstruction, replacement of facilities, purchase of existing
facilities, purchase of land, or the performance of deferred
maintenance activities on facilities.

9. As a condition of receiving funding under this item, by March 1,
2001, each school district that receives reimbursement for the costs
of
a desegregation program shall submit to the Department of Education
a summary of program outcome data over the preceding three years, or
since the inception of its program, whichever period of time is less.

The data in the summary shall include the ethnic distribution of
pupils
at schools supported with desegregation funds, and indicators of
pupil
success at those schools, including, but not limited to, SAT, Star,
Matrix and English Language Development test scores, and in
addition, for high schools, graduation rates and dropout rates.
Districts also shall indicate whether their desegregation programs
were initiated voluntarily or as a result of a consent decree.

 10. Funds appropriated in Schedule (d) shall not be distributed
to
the San Diego Unified School District until both an audit by the
Bureau of State Audits on proposed expenditures is completed and a
final determination is received by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction from the federal government certifying that proposed
expenditures for these funds (and all Title I funds) are in
compliance
with federal laws and regulations. 

6110-115-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education, for
transfer to Section A of the State School Fund for allocation by the
Controller (Proposition 98), Voluntary Desegregation, for
reimbursement of claims received pursuant to Sections 42247 and
42249 of the Education Code  . . .  151,724,000 
 150,089,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.019.092-Moorpark Unified School District  . . . 
807,000 
 810,895 

 (b) 10.10.019.001-Pittsburg Unified School District  . . .
6,000


(c) 10.10.019.003-Fresno Unified School District  . . . 
4,040,000

 4,059,499 

(d) 10.10.019.004-Brawley Elementary School District  . . . 
95,000 
 95,458 

(e) 10.10.019.005-E1 Centro Elementary School District  . . .

430,000 
 432,076 

(f) 10.10.019.006-Bakersfield City Elementary School District  . . .

 697,000 
 700,364 

(g) 10.10.019.007-Hanford Unified School District  . . . 
17,000

 17,082 

(h) 10.10.019.008-Long Beach Unified School District  . . . 
6,788,000 
 6,820,764 

(i) 10.10.019.009-Los Angeles Unified School District  . . . 

43,352,000 
 43,561,245 

(j) 10.10.019.010-Pasadena City Unified School District  . . .

3,693,000 
 3,710,825 

(k) 10.10.019.011-Santa Monica-Malibu School District  . . . 

398,000 
 399,921 

(l) 10.10.019.012-Whittier Union High School District  . . . 

641,000 
 644,094 

(m) 10.10.019.013-Merced City Elementary School District  . . .

103,000 
 103,497 

(n) 10.10.019.014-Monterey Peninsula Unified School District  . . .
 172,000 
 172,830 

(o) 10.10.019.015-North Monterey County Unified School District  . .

.  424,000 
 426,046 

(p) 10.10.019.016-Fullerton Elementary School District  . . .

137,000 
 137,662 

(q) 10.10.019.017-Banning Unified School District  . . . 
21,000

 21,101 

(r) 10.10.019.018-Riverside Unified School District  . . . 
315,000 
 316,520 

(s) 10.10.019.019-Sacramento City Unified School District  . . .

2,382,000 
 2,393,497 

(t) 10.10.019.020-San Bernardino City Unified School District  . . .

 2,208,000 
 2,218,658 

(u) 10.10.019.021-Chula Vista City Unified School District  . . .

314,000 
 315,515 

(v) 10.10.019.022-San Diego City Unified School District  . . .

7,920,000 
 7,958,227 

(w) 10.10.019.023-Sweetwater Union High School District  . . .

417,000 
 419,012 

(x) 10.10.019.024-San Francisco Unified High School District  . . .
 3,762,000 
 3,780,158 

(y) 10.10.019.026-San Mateo Union High School District  . . .

86,000 
 86,416 

(z) 10.10.019.027-Sequoia Union High School District  . . . 
58,000 
 58,280  

(aa) 10.10.019.028-Lompoc Unified School District  . . . 3,000


(bb) 10.10.019.029-Santa Barbara City Elementary School District  . .

.  36,000 
 36,174 

(cc) 10.10.019.030-Mountain View-Los Altos High School District  .
. .  78,000 
 78,377 

(dd) 10.10.019.031-San Jose City Unified School District  . . .

1,437,000 
 1,443,936 

(ee) 10.10.019.032-Pajaro Valley Unified School District  . . .

1,371,000 
 1,377,618 

(ff) 10.10.019.033-Oxnard Elementary School District  . . . 
190,000 
 190,917 

(gg) 10.10.019.034-Santa Paula Elementary School District  . . .

882,000 
 886,257 

(hh) 10.10.019.035-ABC Unified School District  . . .  14,000


 14,067  

(ii) 10.10.019.036-Ventura Unified School District  . . . 49,000


(jj) 10.10.019.037-La Habra City Elementary School District  . . .
 11,000 
 11,053 

(kk) 10.10.019.038-Duarte Unified School District  . . . 
23,000

 23,111 

(mm) 10.10.019.040-Berkeley City Unified School District  . . .

4,370,000 
 4,391,093 

(nn) 10.10.019.041-Claremont Unified School District  . . . 
229,000 
 230,106 

(oo) 10.10.019.042-Gilroy Unified School District  . . . 
989,000

 993,774 

(pp) 10.10.019.043-Sunnyvale Elementary School District  . . .

899,000 
 903,339 

(qq) 10.10.019.044-Oakland Unified School District  . . . 
9,902,000 
 9,949,794 

(rr) 10.10.019.045-Norwalk-La Mirada City Unified School District
. . .  1,913,000 
 1,922,234  

(ss) 10.10.019.046-Kerman Unified School District  . . . 9,000


(tt) 10.10.019.047-Vista Unified School District  . . . 
1,480,000

 1,487,144 

(uu) 10.10.019.061-Allensworth-Richgrove School District  . . .

1,435,000 
1,441,926 

(vv) 10.10.019.062-Carlsbad Unified School District  . . . 
705,000 
 708,403 

(ww) 10.10.019.063-San Dieguito Unified School District  . . .

585,000 
 587,824 

(xx) 10.10.019.064-San Jose School District Collaboration  . . .

14,845,000 
 14,916,652 

(yy) 10.10.019.065-West Contra Costa (Richmond) Unified School
District   . . .  2,962,000 
 2,976,297 

(zz) 10.10.019.066-Compton Unified School District  . . . 
4,691,000 
 4,713,642 

(aaa) 10.10.019.067-Ocean View Elementary School District  . . .
 55,000 
 55,265 

(bbb) 10.10.019.068-Redwood City School District  . . . 
4,482,000 
 4,503,633 

(ccc) 10.10.019.069-San Mateo City Elementary School District  . . .

 220,000 
 221,062 

(ddd) 10.10.019.075-Monrovia Unified School District  . . . 
225,000 
 226,086 

(eee) 10.10.019.076-Solano Beach Elementary School District  . . .
 596,000 
 598,877 

(fff) 10.10.019.088-Grant High School District  . . . 
6,802,000

 6,834,831 

(ggg) 10.10.019.089-Sausalito Elementary School District  . . .

433,000 
 435,090 

(hhh) 10.10.019.090-Lynwood Unified School District  . . . 
2,411,000 
 2,422,637 

(iii) 10.10.019.096-Delano School District Collaboration  . . .

3,000,000 
 3,014,480 

(jjj) 10.10.019.094-Alameda Unified School District  . . . 
3,000,000 
 714,480 

(kkk) 10.10.019.097-Visalia Unified School District  . . . 
2,000,000 
 2,009,653 

(

) 97.20.011.001-Payment for Audit Cost Claims  . . .  109,000


 109,526 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated by this item are for reimbursement of amounts
necessary to pay the costs of desegregation programs, as defined in
Section 42249 of the Education Code, initiated voluntarily  by local
education agencies and for the costs of audits as required by
Provision 2 of this item.

2. Before submittal to the Controller for payment, school districts
shall subject their past year actual claims to audit, in accordance
with
standards utilized by the Controller in prior years for the audit of
past
year actual desegregation claims, to ensure that the claims comply
with the requirements of Sections 42247, 42247.1, 42248, 42249, and
44249.2 of the Education Code. School districts may contract with the

Controller for the performance of those audits. All past year actual
claims submitted to the Controller for payment shall be accompanied
by any reports issued by the auditing entity, unless the auditing
entity
was the Controller.

3. The Controller shall reimburse only those past year actual claims
that conform with the requirements of Provision 2 of this item.

4. The Controller shall allocate funds appropriated by this item in
accordance with Section 42247 of the Education Code. The
Controller shall reimburse these claims only from funds appropriated
specifically for that purpose by the Legislature.

5. The Controller shall allocate funds appropriated by this item in
accordance with the schedule contained herein, unless a revision of
that schedule has been approved by the Department of Finance. The
Controller shall allocate the funds in Schedule
1 for the 2000-01 fiscal year expenditures claimed by local
education
agencies pursuant to Sections 42247 and 42249 of the Education
Code.

6. The Department of Finance may not authorize any revisions to the
schedule contained herein sooner than 30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee
in
each house that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of the joint committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance determine.

7. Funds appropriated in this item may not be used to reimburse local

education agency claims for facilities lease costs, school
construction,
reconstruction, replacement of facilities, purchase of existing
facilities, purchase of land, or the perfor-mance of deferred
maintenance activities on facilities.

8. Effective July 1, 1991, and notwithstanding any other provision of

law to the contrary, no school district shall be required to comply
with Sections 90 to 101, inclusive, of Title 5 of the California Code

of Regulations. Any costs incurred after that date in compliance with

those regulations shall be deemed to be incurred voluntarily and
shall
not be reimbursable as a state-mandated local program. Nothing in
this provision shall be interpreted to deny reimbursement of claims
for court-ordered or voluntary desegregation pursuant to Sections
42243.6, 42247, and 42249 of the Education Code.

9. As a condition of receiving funding under this item, by March 1,
2001, each school district that receives reimbursement for the costs
of
a desegregation program shall submit to the State Department of
Education a summary of program outcome data over the preceding
three years, or since the inception of its program, whichever period
of
time is less. The data in the summary shall include the ethnic
distribution of pupils at schools supported with desegregation funds,

and indicators of pupil success at those schools, including, but not
limited to, SAT, Star, Matrix and English Language Development test
scores, and in addition, for high schools graduation rates and
dropout
rates. Districts also shall indicate whether their desegregation
programs were initiated voluntarily or as a result of a consent
decree.

10. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $1,739,000
 
$2,001,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $3,969,000    1.45 percent and $4,439,000   is
for
the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate

of  2.84    3.17   percent for voluntary
desegregation programs. 

11. Funds appropriated in this item shall not be distributed to San
Diego City Unified School District as listed in schedule (v) until
both
an audit by the Bureau of State Audits on proposed expenditures is
completed, and a final determination is received by the State
Controller's Office from the federal government certifying that
proposed expenditures for these funds are in compliance with federal
laws and regulations. 

6110-116-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.60.030-School Improvement Programs, pursuant to
Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 52000) of Part 28 of the
Education Code  . . .  399,442,000 
 400,724,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.030.010-For the purposes of making allowances for
kindergarten and grades 1 to 6, inclusive  . . .  333,401,000

 334,471,000 

(b) 20.60.030.020-For the purpose of making allowances for grades 7
to 12, inclusive  . . .  66,041,000 
 66,253,000 

Provisions:

1. From the funds appropriated in Schedule (b), the State Department

of Education shall allocate $31.71 per unit of average daily
attendance (ADA) generated by pupils enrolled in grades 7 and 8 to
those school districts that received School Improvement Grants in the

1989-90 fiscal year at a rate of $30 per unit of ADA generated by
pupils enrolled in grades 7 and 8.

2. The State Department of Education may ratably adjust per-pupil
rates to conform to the current pupil counts and available funds.

3. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item, $1,034,000

is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for increases in
average
daily attendance at a rate of 0.32 percent and  $9,207,000

 $10,277,000   is for the purpose of providing a
cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of  2.84   
3.17 
percent.

4. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item, $1,456,000

is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for increases in
average
daily attendance at a rate of 2.32 percent, and  $1,824,000

 $2,036,000   is for the purpose of providing a
cost-of-living
adjustment at a rate of  2.84    3.17 
percent.

5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unexpended
balance from growth funds provided by Item 6110-116-0001 of
Section 2.00 of Chapter 50 of the Statutes of 1999 may be used to
augment this item on a one-time basis in the 2000-01 fiscal year, for

the purpose of providing additional funding for growth in 2000-01.

6110-117-0001--For local assistance, State Department of Education,
Program 10.70-Vocational Education, in lieu of the amount that
otherwise would be appropriated pursuant to subdivision (b) of
Section 19632 of the Business and Professions Code  . . . 562,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $50,000 shall be available
to
contract with the California Association of Student Councils for the
purpose of providing leadership development and training to pupils in

grades 3 to 12, inclusive.

6110-119-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.40.060-Educational Services for Foster Youth pursuant to
Chapter 11.3 (commencing with Section 42920) of Part 24 of the
Education Code  . . .  7,995,000 
 23,036,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $97,000
 
$112,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $221,000    1.45 percent and $247,000   is for
the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of
 2.84    3.17   percent. 

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 is for the
purpose of funding foster youth activities, subject to the enactment
of
legislation for that purpose during the 1999-00 Regular Session.


6110-120-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund
Program 20.40.100-Pupil Dropout Prevention Programs established
pursuant to Article 6 (commencing with Section 52890) and Article 7
(commencing with Section 52900) of Chapter 12 of Part 28, Article 7
(commencing with Section 54720) of Chapter 9 of Part 29, and
Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 58550) of Part 31 of, the
Education Code  . . .  19,996,000 
 20,097,000 

Provisions:

1. The following provisions apply to pupil dropout prevention
programs receiving funds pursuant to this item:

(a) Prior to hiring an outreach consultant with funds appropriated in

this item, a school or school district shall have adopted a plan,
that
includes a statement describing the specific duties of the outreach
consultant and that has been approved by the Superintendent of Public

Instruction. This duty statement shall require that the outreach
consultant perform only activities that directly benefit "high-risk
pupils" as defined in subdivision (c) of Section 54721 of the
Education Code. Each out- reach consultant shall receive no more
than $48,737 as annual compensation.

(b) A school district or any school receiving funds for outreach
consultants in schools with motivation and maintenance plans
developed in accordance with Article 7 (commencing with Section
54720) of Chapter 9 of Part 29 of the Education Code, shall collect
and report data to the Superintendent of Public Instruction on pupil
dropouts, together with any other data deemed necessary by the
superintendent for the evaluation of motivation and maintenance
programs. The data shall be reported in a format to be determined by
the superintendent. Whenever feasible, the superintendent shall
collect
this data through the California Basic Educational Data System
(CBEDS).

(c) Notwithstanding the schedule set forth in Section 58554 of the
Education Code, (1) the maximum fee for an initial diagnosis
prepared by an educational clinic under the terms of the contract
entered into pursuant to Section 58553 or 58553.5 of the Education
Code shall not exceed $100 and may be expended for outreach and
pupil and family counseling in addition to the initial diagnosis of
entering pupils, and (2) the maximum fee for each instructional hour
or
fee for additional diagnosis provided under the terms of a contract
entered into pursuant to Section 58553 or  58553.5 of the Education
Code shall not exceed  $6.50    $6.71   per
hour.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $242,000
 
$278,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $552,000    1.45 percent and $617,000   is for
the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of
 2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-122-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.40.090-Specialized Secondary Programs, pursuant to
Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 58800) of Part 31 of the
Education Code  . . .  4,692,000 
 4,716,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be
allocated to Specialized Secondary Programs established pursuant to
Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 58800) of Part 31 of the
Education Code prior to the 1991-92 fiscal year that operate in
conjunction with the California State University.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $57,000 

$66,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for

increase    increases   in average daily attendance
at a
rate of  1.26    1.45   percent and
 $130,000
   $154,000   is for the purpose of providing a
cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of  2.84  
3.17 
percent.

6110-123-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for implementation of the Public Schools
Accountability Act, pursuant to Chapter 6.1 (commencing with
Section 52050) of Part 28 of the Education Code  . . . 117,800,000

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.030.031-Immediate Intervention/Underperforming Schools
Program  . . . 21,650,000

(b) 20.60.030.032-High Achieving/Improving Schools Program  . . .
96,150,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in Schedule (a) are provided solely for the
purpose of implementing the Immediate Intervention/Underperforming
Schools Program, pursuant to Article 3 of Chapter 6.1 (commencing
with Section 52053) of Part 28 of the Education Code. Of this amount,

$18,650,000 is for the purpose of providing planning grants of
$50,000 each to 373 new schools, and $3 million is provided to fully
fund implementation grants for the first cohort of schools that
received
planning grants under the program during the 1999-00 fiscal year.

2. Funds appropriated in Schedule (b) are provided solely for the
purpose of implementing the Governor's High Achieving/Improving
Schools Program, pursuant to Article 4 of Chapter 6.1 (commencing
with Section 52056) of Part 28 of the Education Code.

 3. It is the intent of the Legislature that, to the extent
possible, the
results of the English Language Development test be included in the
Academic Performance Index, as established by Chapter 3 of the 1999
First Extraordinary Session, and that these results indicate pupils'
progress in meeting English Language Development standards
pursuant to Chapter 936 of the Statutes of 1997 and statewide content

and performance standards pursuant to Chapter 975 of the Statutes of
1995. 

6110-124-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

 State Program    Program 
10.80.010-Gifted and
Talented Pupil Program established pursuant to Chapter 8
(commencing with Section 52200) of Part 28 of the Education Code  .
. .  51,652,000 
 51,915,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $625,000
 
$719,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $1,426,000    1.45 percent and $1,595,000   is
for
the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) of

2.84    3.17   percent.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unexpended
balance from growth funds provided by Item 6110-124-0001 of
Section 2.00 of Chapter 50 of the Statutes of 1999 may be used to
augment this item on a one-time basis in the 2000-01 fiscal year, for

the purpose of providing additional funding for growth in 2000-01.

6110-125-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for English Language Learners  . . . 70,000,000

Schedule:

(a) 20.10.006-Instruction: English Language Learners Student
Assistance  . . . 70,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available solely to fund
activities for English Language Learners as specified in Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 400) to Part 1 of the Education Code, as
added by Chapter 71 of the Statutes of 1999.

6110-126-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.10.035-Miller-Unruh Basic Reading Act of 1965
(commencing with Section 54100) of Chapter 2 of Part 29 of the
Education  Code)    Code    . . . 
27,162,000

 27,249,000 

Provisions:

1. The State Department of Education shall establish a procedure to
accept an application from any school district for participation in
the
Miller-Unruh Basic Reading Act of 1965 established pursuant to
Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 54100) of Part 29 of the
Education Code. This procedure shall provide first priority for any
available funding to school districts with low-performing schools and

with the lowest district base revenue limits. Whenever the number of
reading specialist positions funded by the program is reduced in any
school district, funds shall be reallocated to support an equivalent
number of positions in another district or other districts.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $84,000 is for the purpose
of
providing an adjustment for increases in average daily attendance at
a
rate of 0.32 percent and  $750,000    $837,000
  is
for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a
rate of  2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-127-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.40.070-Opportunity Classes and Programs pursuant to
Article 2.3 (commencing with Section 48643) of Chapter 4 of Part 27
of the Education Code  . . .  2,292,000 
 2,299,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 48644 of the Education Code, funds
allocated to school districts for the expansion of opportunity
classes
and programs may not exceed $473 per unit of average daily
attendance (ADA), based on the additional enrollment in these classes

and programs above the 1982-83 enrollment levels, expressed in

       terms of ADA. For purposes of making this allocation to
opportunity
programs, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall use the
following definition to express enrollment in opportunity programs:
using total positive clock hours scheduled and attended during the
year, 405 hours of opportunity program assignment equals one
opportunity program ADA (405 hours is the product of a second
principal apportionment divisor of 135 and three hours of attendance
per day).

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $50,000 is for the purpose
of
providing an adjustment for increases in average daily attendance at
a
rate of 2.29 percent and  $63,000    $70,000
  is for
the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) of

2.84    3.17   percent for the Opportunity Classes
and
Programs established pursuant to Article 2.3 (commencing with
Section 48643) of Chapter 4 of Part 27 of the Education Code.

6110-128-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.30.070-Economic Impact Aid  . . .  425,562,000

 426,928,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.30.070.001-Article 2 (commencing with Section 54020) of
Chapter 1 of Part 29 of the Education  Code  . . .     
297,893,000

    298,849,200 

(b) 10.30.070.020-Sections 54031 and 54033, and Article 4
(commencing with Section 54040) of Chapter 1 of Part 29, of the
Education Code  . . .      127,669,000 
    128,078,800 

Provisions:

1. If the funds appropriated in this item are insufficient to fully
fund
the allocations under Article 4 (commencing with Section 54040) of
Chapter 1 of Part 29 of the Education Code, the Superintendent of
Public Instruction shall prorate the allocations made pursuant to
that
article to reflect the amount of funding available.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $19,705,000 is for the
purpose of providing an adjustment for increases in average daily
attendance at a rate of 5.0 percent and  $11,752,000
 
$13,118,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA) at a rate of  2.84    3.17

percent.

6110-128-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.50.030-Eisenhower Professional Development, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 31,873,000

6110-129-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 41.00-Community Education-Intergenerational Programs  . . .
171,000

6110-130-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.60.100-Advancement via Individual Determination  . . .
 1,000,000 
 1,300,000 

6110-131-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.30.051-American Indian Early Childhood Education
Program established pursuant to Chapter 6.5 (commencing with
Section 52060) of Part 28 of the Education Code  . . . 
502,000

 505,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $6,000 

$7,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
 
1.45   percent, and  $14,000    $16,000
  is for
the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment at the rate of

2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-133-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10-Instruction, for allocation to local
educational agencies  . . . 50,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item, are for the purpose of
providing a site-based teacher performance program for
low-performing schools that exceed target performance goals
established pursuant to Chapter 52, Statutes of 1999.

6110-135-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20, for stipends for teacher attendees of
University of California Professional Teacher Development Programs
. . .  59,000,000 
 54,000,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.10.009-English Language Learner Institute Stipends  . . .

10,000,000 
 15,000,000 

(b) 20.60.140-Staff Development: Reading Institute Stipends  . . .

20,000,000 
 15,918,000 

(c) 20.60.150-Staff Development: Governor's Algebra Institute
Stipends  . . .  2,500,000 
 1,990,000 

(d) 20.60.160-Staff Development: Math Specialist Institute Stipends
.
. .  5,000,000 
 3,980,000 

(e) 20.60.170-Staff Development: Pre-Algebra/Algebra Institute
Stipends  . . .  1,500,000 
 1,194,000 

(f) 20.60.180-Staff Development: High School English Subject Matter
Project Stipends  . . .  10,000,000 
 7,959,000 

(g) 20.60.190-Staff Development: High School Math Subject Matter
Project Stipends  . . .  10,000,000 
 7,959,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item are provided
solely for stipends to teachers attending English Language Learner
Institutes, as specified in Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 400)
of
Part 1 of the Education Code, as added by Chapter 71 of the Statutes
of 1999.

2. Funds appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item are provided
solely
for stipends to teachers attending California Reading Professional
Development Institutes, as specified in Article 2 (commencing with
Section 99220) of Chapter 5 of Part 65 of the Education Code, as
added by Chapter 2X of the Statutes of 1999.

3. Funds appropriated in Schedules (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g) of this

item are available solely for stipends for pre-kindergarten and K-12
teachers attending Professional Development Programs operated by
the University of California, subject to establishment of these
programs by legislation enacted during the 2000-01 Regular Session
which becomes effective on or before January 1, 2001, and which
also specifies this item.

6110-136-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . .  986,829,000

 1,013,808,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.30.060-Title I-ESEA  . . .  983,204,000 
 982,613,000 

(b) 10.30.065-Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Children Education  . .
.  3,125,000 
 3,146,000 

(c) 20.70.000-Instructional Support: Assessments  . . . 
500,000

 1,560,000

(d) 20.60.030.031-Immediate Intervention Underperforming Schools
Program  . . . 26,489,000 

Provisions:

1. The State Department of Education, for the purposes of the
assessment system required by Title 1 of the federal Improving
America's Schools Act of 1994, shall define a "program improvement
school" as a school that ranks among the lowest in the state on the
assessment used in the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR)
Program, pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with Section 60640) of
Chapter 5 of Part 33 of the Education Code. A school district may
also identify a school that does not meet this criterion as a
"program
improvement school" during a fiscal year if 60 percent or more of the

school's pupils are performing, as determined by the district's
assessment system, below the standards adopted by the district.

2. In administering the accountability system required by this item,
the
State Department of Education shall align the forms, processes, and
procedures required of local educational agencies in a manner that
they may be utilized for the purposes of implementing the Public
School Accountability Act, as established by Chapter 6.1
(commencing with Section 52050) of Part 28 of the Education Code,
so that duplication of effort is minimized at the local level.

3. Funds appropriated in Schedule (c) are for the purpose of
providing grants to local education agencies to pay the fees incurred

by low-income students to take advanced placement examinations. 

4. Funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item are provided for
the sole purpose of funding implementation grants for federally
funded
schools participating in the Immediate Intervention Underperforming
Schools Program, established pursuant to Chapter 3 of the 1999 First
Extraordinary Session.

5. These funds shall not be distributed to the San Diego Unified
School District until both an audit by the Bureau of State Audits on
proposed expenditures is completed and a final determination is
received by the Superintendent of Public Instruction from the federal

government certifying that proposed expenditures for these funds are
in compliance with federal laws and regulations. 

6110-139-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.10-School Apportionments, Pupil
Residency Verification  . . . 161,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are for the purpose of assisting
school districts that are adjacent to the international border with
their
pupil residency verification, consistent with the intent of Chapter
309
of the Statutes of 1995. 

6110-141-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Migrant Education Even Start Program  . . .
2,500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropropriated in this item are to fund the half-year
costs for expansion of the Migrant Education Even Start Program.


6110-141-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.30.010-Instruction, Title I of the Elementary and
Secondary Education Act--Migrant Education, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . .  107,448,000 
 112,448,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $5,100,000
 
$10,100,000   is for the California Mini-Corps Program. 
That amount includes $5,000,000 from current year carryover funds,
which are to be allocated on a one-time basis.

2. As a condition of receipt of the funds appropriated in this item,
the
State Department of Education shall provide a full report on its
Migrant Education carryover funds in the 2000-01 fiscal year. 

6110-142-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Goals 2000, payable from the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 
47,907,000 
 67,657,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.180-Mathematics Staff Development  . . . 
18,907,000

 38,657,000 

(b) 20.60.190-Support for Secondary Schools Reading  . . . 8,000,000

(c) 20.60.050-Student Academic Partnerships  . . . 5,000,000

(d) 20.60.100-Advancement via Individual Determination  . . .
11,000,000

(e) 20.60.191-  Academic Mentor Program: College Mentors
  Student Academic Partnerships    . . . 5,000,000


Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for
expenditure not sooner than 30 days after an expenditure plan has
been
submitted to the Department of Finance for review and comment. The
department shall review the proposed expenditures to ensure that they

are consistent with federal law.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (a) shall be for competitive
grants to school districts and county offices of education for
mathematics staff development pursuant to Chapter 3.33 (commencing
with Section 44720) of Part 25 and  Chapter 3.25 (commencing with
Section 44695) of Part 25 of the Education Code.

4. The funds appropriated in Schedule (b) shall be used for a
competitive grant program administered by the State Department of
Education that allows local education agencies or consortia of local
education agencies to apply for funds to provide professional
development that includes coaching and other classroom support to
school districts. Applicants are encouraged to collaborate with
institutes of higher education in the development and delivery of
professional development programs. The professional development
shall address successful strategies, programs, and models for
improving reading instruction for pupils enrolled in grades 
7
  4   to 12, inclusive, who are reading below
grade
level.

5. The funds appropriated in Schedule (c) shall be used for
competitive grants to local education agencies for preservice
training,
with highest priority for funding given to those agencies that
propose
to train and hire college students as academic tutors for pupils in
kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 6, inclusive, in the academic
areas
of English-language arts and mathematics. For the purposes of these
training activities, local education agencies shall be responsible
for
the day-to-day supervision of tutors, but the agencies may contract
with higher education institutions to recruit, train and provide
general
oversight over placement in schools. Higher education institutions
may permit tutors to receive academic credit for their related field
work experiences in lieu of pay.

6. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d), $6,000,000 is available

for competitive outreach grants to local education agencies for the
Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the remaining $5,000,000
shall be used solely for the provision of Advanced Placement teacher
training, pursuant to legislation enacted during the 1999-2000
Regular
Session.

7. The funds appropriated in Schedule (e) shall be used for
competitive grants to local education agencies for preservice
training,
with highest priority for funding given to those agencies that
propose
to train and hire college students as academic tutors for pupils in
any
of grades 9 through 12, inclusive, in the academic areas of
English-language arts and mathematics. For the purposes of these
training activities, local education agencies shall be responsible
for
the day-to-day supervision of tutors, but the agencies may contract
with higher education institutions to recruit, train and provide
general
oversight over placement in schools. Higher education institutions
may permit tutors to receive academic credit for their related field
work experiences in lieu of pay.

6110-146-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.30.040-Demonstration Programs in Intensive Instruction
pursuant to Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 58600) of Part 31 of
the Education Code  . . .  5,759,000 
 5,789,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in
this item and allocated to support the instructional costs of
demonstration programs established after June 30, 1986, may be
allocated only to programs that demonstrate a significant departure
from or variation of existing instructional practices. The State
Department of Education shall establish criteria and guidelines
necessary to ensure the implementation of this provision.

2. Funds appropriated in this item may not be allocated to support
the
instructional costs of a demonstration program that has been in
operation for a period of five or more years.

3. The superintendent may retain up to 5 percent of funds
appropriated
in this item for the statewide dissemination of demonstration program

materials and for contracts with external agencies to provide
technical
assistance to demonstration program sites. New programs may be
funded for a period of no more than six years.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $70,000
 
$81,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
 
1.45   percent and  $159,000    $178,000
  is
for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of

 2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-147-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.50-Instructional Support: Reading
Awards Program established by Article 2 (commencing with Section
53050) of the Education Code  . . .  2,000,000 
 4,000,000 

6110-149-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Public Library
Protection Fund, pursuant to Section 18182 of the Education Code  . .
.
158,500,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item shall be transferred to Item
6110-101-0975 to provide funding for the acquisition of school
library materials pursuant to Article 7 (commencing with Section
18180) of Chapter 2 of Part 11 of the Education Code.

6110-150-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

K-4 Classroom Libraries  . . . 25,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available to fund
classroom
libraries in kindergarten and grades 1 to 4, inclusive, pursuant to
Article 8 (commencing with Section 18200) of Chapter 2 of Part 11 of
the Education Code.

6110-151-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.30.050-California Indian Education Centers established
pursuant to Article 6 (commencing with Section 33380) of Chapter 3
of Part 20 of the Education Code  . . .  3,252,000 
 11,269,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $39,000 

$45,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
 
1.45   percent and  $90,000    $101,000
  is for
the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate

of  2.84    3.17   percent.

 2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $8,000,000 is for
expansion and growth, pursuant to legislation that is enacted during
the 1999-2000 Regular Session. 

6110-152-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.30.050-CA Indian Education Centers  . . . 376,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are to carry out the provisions of

Article 6 (commencing with Section 33380) of Chapter 3 of Part 20 of
the Education Code.

6110-156-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

for allocation by the Superintendent of Public Instruction to school
districts, county offices of education, and other agencies for  the
purposes of Proposition 98 educational programs funded by this item,
in lieu of the amount that otherwise would be appropriated pursuant
to
statute  . . .  571,777,000 
 581,112,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.50.010.001-Adult Education  . . .  535,776,000

 545,111,000 

(b) 10.50.010.008-Remedial education services for participants in the

CalWORKs  . . . 18,293,000

(c) 10.50.010.009-Local Education Agencies--Education Services for
participants in CalWORKs  . . . 26,447,000

(d) Reimbursements-CalWORKs  . . . -8,739,000

Provisions:

1. Credit for participating in adult education classes or programs
may
be generated by a special day class pupil only for days in which the
pupil has met the minimum day requirements set forth in Section
46141 of the Education Code.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (b) constitute the funding for
both remedial education and job training services for participants in

the CalWORKs program (Art. 3.2 (commencing with Sec. 11320) Ch.
2, Pt. 3, Div. 9, W.I.C.). Funds shall be apportioned by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction for direct instructional costs
only
to school districts and Regional Occupational Centers and Programs
(ROC/Ps) that certify that they are unable to provide educational
services to CalWORKs recipients within their adult education block
entitlement or ROC/P block entitlement, or both. However, of the
funds appropriated by Schedule  (b)    (c) 
  of this
item, an amount not to exceed $10,000,000, as negotiated through an
interagency agreement between the State Department of Education and
the State Department of Social Services, shall be provided for Adult
Education Programs, and ROC/Ps for the purposes of providing
instructional and training supportive services for CalWORKs eligible
members. These services shall include any of the following: (a)
career and educational guidance and counseling; (b) training related
assessment; (c) transportation to the classroom or worksite during
training; (d) job readiness training and services; (e) job
development
and placement; (f) post-employment support and followup to ensure
job retention; (g) coordination and referrals to other services
provided through the State Department of Social Services, the
Employment Development Department, the Private Industry Council,
community colleges, the Department of Rehabilitation, the Economic
Development Agency, and other community resources; (h) curriculum
and instruction development to provide short-term integrated
programs leading to employment; (i) staff development costs resulting

from policy development and training occurring between instructional
staff and county welfare agencies in the coordination of the program;

and (j) one-time excess program start up costs. Allocations shall be
distributed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction as equal
statewide dollar amounts, with no county receiving less than $25,000,

based on the number of CalWORKs eligible family members served
in the county, and subject to the instructional and training support
services needed annually by each agency as identified in the county
CalWORKs Instruction and Job Training Plan required by Section
10200 of the Education Code.

3. Providers receiving funds under this item for adult basic
education,
English as a Second Language, and English as a Second
Language-Citizenship for legal permanent residents, shall, to the
extent possible, grant priority for services to immigrants facing the

loss of federal benefits under the federal Personal Responsibility
and
Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996. Citizenship and
naturalization preparation services funded by this item shall
include,
to the extent consistent with applicable federal law, all of the
following: (a) outreach services; (b) assessment of skills; (c)
instruction and curriculum development; (d) staff development; (e)
citizenship testing; (f) naturalization preparation and assistance;
and
(g) regional and state coordination and program evaluation.

4. The funds appropriated in  Schedule (d)  
Schedules
(b) and (c)   of this item shall be subject to the following:

(a) The funds shall be used only for educational activities for
welfare
recipient students and those in transition off of welfare. The
educational activities shall be limited to those designed to increase

self-sufficiency, job training, and work. These activities shall be
carried on in accordance with each local education agency's plan
approved and developed pursuant to Chapter 2 (commencing with
Section 10200) of Part 7 of the Education Code. These funds shall be
used to supplement and not supplant existing funds and services
provided for welfare recipient students and those in transition off
of
welfare.

(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each local education
agency's individual cap for adult education and regional occupational

center and programs (ROC/P's), average daily attendance shall not be
increased as a result of the appropriations made by this section.

(c) Funds may be claimed by local education agencies for services
provided to welfare recipient students and those in transition off of

welfare pursuant to this section only if all of the following occur:


(1) Each local education agency has met the terms of the interagency
agreement between the State Department of Education and the
Department of Social Services pursuant to Provision 2 of this item.

(2) Each local education agency has fully claimed its respective
adult
education or  ROC/P average daily attendance cap for the current
year.

(3) Each local education agency has claimed the maximum allowable
funds available under the interagency agreement pursuant to Provision

2 of this item.

(d) Each local education agency shall be reimbursed at the same rate
as it would otherwise receive for services provided pursuant to this
item or pursuant to Item 6110-105-0001 of Section 2.00 of this act,
and shall comply with the program requirements for adult education
pursuant to Chapter 10 (commencing with Section 52500) of Part 28
of the Education Code, and ROC/P requirements pursuant to Article 1
(commencing with Section 52300) of, and Article 1.5 (commencing
with Section 52335) of, Chapter 9 of, Part 28 of the Education Code,
respectively.

(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in

this section for average daily attendance (ADA) generated by
participants in the CalWORKs program may be apportioned on an
advance basis to local education agencies based on anticipated units
of ADA if a prior application for this additional ADA funding has
been approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

(f) The Legislature finds the need for good information on the role
of
local education agencies in providing services to individuals who are

eligible for or recipients of CalWORKs assistance. This information
includes the extent to which local education programs serve public
assistance recipients and the impact these services have on the
recipients' ability to find jobs and become self-supporting.

(g) The State Department of Education shall develop a data and
accountability system to obtain information on education and job
training services provided through state-funded adult education
programs and regional occupational centers and programs. The system
shall collect information on (1) program funding levels and sources;
(2) the types and amounts of services provided to program
participants;  (3) characteristics of participants; and (4) pupil and

program outcomes. The department shall work with the Department of
Finance and Legislative Analyst in determining the specific data
elements of the system and shall meet all information technology
reporting requirements of the Department of Information Technology
and the Department of Finance.

(h) As a condition of receiving funds provided in  Schedule
(d)
   Schedules (b) and (c)   of this item or any
other
General Fund appropriation made to the State Department of
Education specifically for education and training services to welfare

recipient students and those in transition off of welfare, local
adult
education programs and regional occupational centers and programs
shall collect program and participant data as described in this
section
                             and as required by the State Department
of Education. The State
Department of Education shall require that local providers submit to
the state aggregate data for the period July 1, 2000, through June
30,
2001.

(i) Funds appropriated in this item which have been budgeted to meet
the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families maintenance of
effort requirement established pursuant to the federal Personal
Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996
(P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would cause
their disqualification as a federally allowable maintenance-of-effort

expenditure.

 4.5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $7,500,000 is to
provide three staff development days for adult education instructors,

subject to establishment of these activities by legislation enacted
during the 1999-2000 Regular Session, which becomes effective on or
before January 1, 2001. 

5. Of the funds appropriated in this item $13,651,000 is for the
purpose of providing an adjustment for increases in average daily
attendance at a rate of 2.50 percent and  $15,790,000
 
$17,625,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment at a rate of  2.84    3.17 
percent.

6110-156-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.50.010.001-Adult Education, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund  . . .  42,284,000 
 48,322,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $12,570,000 shall be used
for adult basic education for citizenship and naturalization services

for legal permanent residents who are eligible for naturalization.

  Citizenship and naturalization services shall include, for this
purpose, to the extent consistent with federal law, all of the
following:
(a) outreach services; (b) assessment of skills; (c) instruction and
curriculum development; (d) staff development; (e) naturalization
preparation and assistance; and (f) regional and state coordination
and
program evaluation. The providers of the citizenship and
naturalization services, for the purposes of this provision, shall be

those as defined by applicable federal law, and consistent with the
state plan.

2. Under any grant awarded by the State Department of Education
under this item to a qualifying community-based organization to
provide adult basic education in English as a Second Language and
English as a Second Language-Citizenship classes, the department
shall make an initial payment to the organization of 25 percent of
the
amount of the grant. In order to qualify for an advance payment, a
community-based organization shall submit an expenditure plan and
shall guarantee that appropriate standards of educational quality and

fiscal accountability are maintained. In addition, reimbursement of
claims shall be distributed on a quarterly basis. The State
Department
of Education shall withhold 10 percent of the final payment of a
grant
as described in this provision until all claims for that
communitybased
organization have been submitted for final payment.

3. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, all nonlocal
educational agencies (Non-LEA) receiving greater than $300,000
pursuant to this item shall submit an annual organizational audit, as

specified, to the State Department of Education, Office of External
Audits.

  All audits shall be performed by one of the following: (1) a
certified
public accountant possessing a valid license to practice within
California; (2) a member of the State Department of Education's staff

of auditors; or (3) in-house auditors, if the entity receiving funds
pursuant to this item is a public agency, and if the public agency
has
internal staff that performs auditing functions and meets the tests
of
independence found in Standards for Audits of Governmental
Organization, Programs, Activities and Functions issued by the
Comptroller General of the United States.

  The audit shall be in accordance with State Department of Education

Audit guidelines and Office of Management and Budget Circular No.
A-133, Audits of Institutions of Higher Education and Other
Non-Profit Institutions.

  Non-LEA entities receiving funds pursuant to this item shall submit

the annual audit no later than six months from the end of the agency
fiscal year. If, for any reason, the contract is terminated during
the
contract period, the auditor shall cover the period from the
beginning
of the contract through the date of termination.

  Non-LEA entities receiving funds pursuant to this item shall be
held
liable for all State Department of Education costs incurred in
obtaining an independent audit if the contractor fails to produce or
submit an acceptable audit.

(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State Department
of Education shall annually submit to the Governor, Joint Legislative

Budget Committee, and Joint Legislative Audit Committee limited
scope audit reports of all sub-recipients it is responsible for
monitoring that receive between $25,000 and $300,000 of federal
awards, and that do not have an organizational wide audit performed.

These limited scope audits shall be conducted in accordance with the
State Department of Education Audit guidelines and Office of
Management and Budget, Circular No. A-133. The State Department
of Education may charge audit costs to applicable federal awards, as
authorized by OMB, Circular No. A-133 Section 230(b)(2).

  The limited scope audits shall include agreed upon procedures
engagements conducted in accordance with either AICPA generally
accepted auditing standards or attestation standards, and address one

or more of the following types of compliance requirements: allowed
or unallowed activities; allowable costs and cost principles;
eligibility; matching; level of effort; earmarking; and reporting.

  The State Department of Education shall contract for the limited
scope audits with a certified public accountant possessing a valid
license to practice within the state or with an independent auditor.


4. On or before March 1, 2001, the State Department of Education
shall report to the appropriate subcommittees of the Assembly Budget
Committee and the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee on
the following aspects of the implementation of Title II of the
federal
Workforce Investment Act: (a) the make-up of those adult education
providers that applied for competitive grants under Title II and
those
that obtained grants, by size, geographic location, and type (school
district, community colleges, community-based organizations, other
local entities); (b) the results of a mid-year report on the extent
to
which participating programs were able to meet planned performance
targets; and (c) a breakdown of the types of courses (ESL, ESL
citizenship, ABE, ASE) included in the performance targets of
participating agencies. It is the intent of the Legislature that the
Legislature and State Department of Education utilize the information

provided pursuant to this provision to (a) evaluate whether any
changes need to be made to improve the implementation of the
accountability-based funding system under Title II and (b) evaluate
the
feasibility of any future expansion of the accountability-based
funding
system using state funds.

6110-158-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to Section A of the
State School Fund in lieu of the amount that otherwise would be
appropriated pursuant to Section 41841.5 of the Education Code,
Program 10.50.010.002-Adults in Correctional Facilities  . . .
16,936,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in this item and any amount allocated for this program
in
this act shall not exceed, in the aggregate, the maximum amount
allocated for the purposes of Section 41841.5 of the Education Code.


2. Notwithstanding Section 41841.5 of the Education Code or any
other provision of law, the amount appropriated in this item shall be

allocated based upon prior-year rather than current-year
expenditures.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funding distributed to

each local education agency (LEA) for reimbursement of services
provided in the 2000-01 fiscal year for the Adults in Correctional
Facilities program shall be limited to the amount received by that
agency for services provided in the 1999-2000 fiscal year, as
increased by $423,000 for growth in services and $493,000 for
cost-of-living adjustments, not to exceed a total of $17,852,000 for
all
programs. Funding shall be reduced or eliminated, as appropriate, for

any LEA that reduces or eliminates services provided under this
program in the 2000-01 fiscal year, as compared to the level of
service provided in the 1999-2000 fiscal year. Any funds remaining
as a result of those decreased levels of service shall be allocated
to
provide support for new programs in accordance with Section
41841.8 of the Education Code.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funding distributed to

each LEA for reimbursement of  services provided in the 1999-2000
fiscal year for the Adults in Correctional Facilities program shall
be
limited to the amount received by that agency for services provided
in
the 1998-99 fiscal year, as increased by $407,000 for growth in
services and $235,000 for cost-of-living adjustments, not to exceed a

total of $16,936,000 for all programs. Funding shall be reduced or
eliminated, as appropriate, for any LEA that reduces or eliminates
services provided under this program in the 1999-2000 fiscal year, as

compared to the level of service provided in the 1998-99 fiscal year.

Any funds remaining as a result of those decreased levels of service
shall be allocated to provide support for new programs in accordance
with Section 41841.8 of the Education Code.

5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated by
this item for growth in average daily attendance first shall be
allocated to programs that are funded for 20 units or less of average

daily attendance, up to a maximum of 20 additional units of average
daily attendance per program.

6110-161-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.60-Special Education Programs for
Exceptional Children  . . .  2,416,920,000 
 2,442,741,001 

Schedule:

(a) 10.60.050.003-Special education instruction  . . . 
2,366,705,000 
 2,392,217,001 

(b) 10.60.050.080-Early Education Program for Individuals with
Exceptional Needs  . . .  64,610,000 
 64,919,000 

(c) Reimbursements for Early Education Program, Part C  . . .
-14,395,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated by this item are for transfer by the Controller
to
Section A of the State School Fund, in lieu of the amount that
otherwise would be appropriated for transfer from the General Fund
in the State Treasury to Section A of the State School Fund for the
2000-01 fiscal year pursuant to Sections 14002 and 41301 of the
Education Code, for apportionment pursuant to Part 30 (commencing
with Section 56000) of the Education Code, superseding all prior
law.

2. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item, 
$9,751,000    $9,775,000  , plus the COLA, shall be

available for the purchase, repair, and inventory maintenance of
specialized books, materials, and equipment for pupils with
low-incidence disabilities, as defined in Section 56026.5 of the
Education Code.

3. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item, 
$7,417,000    $7,436,000  , plus the COLA, shall be

available for the purposes of vocational training and job placement
for special education pupils through Project Workability I pursuant
to
Article 3 (commencing with Section 56470) of Chapter 4.5 of Part 30
of the Education Code. As a condition of receiving these funds, each
local educational agency shall certify that the amount of nonfederal
resources, exclusive of funds received pursuant to this provision,
devoted to the provision of vocational education for special
education
pupils shall be maintained at or above the level provided in the
1984-85 fiscal year. The Superintendent of Public Instruction may
waive this requirement for local educational agencies that
demonstrate that the requirement would impose a severe hardship.

4. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item, 
$3,869,000    $3,879,000  , plus the COLA, shall be

available for regional occupational centers and programs that serve
pupils having disabilities, and  $65,160,000   
$67,383,000  , plus the COLA, shall be available for
regionalized program specialist services, including $2,108,000 for
small special education local plan areas (SELPAs) pursuant to
Section 56836.24 of the Education Code.

5. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a),  $27,955,000

 $31,238,000  , plus the COLA is provided for an adjustment

for low-incidence disabilities, based on the results of the study
required by Section 67 of Chapter 854 of the Statutes of 1997.

6. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a), $1,000,000 is provided
for extraordinary costs associated with single placements in
nonpublic, nonsectarian schools, pursuant to Section 56836.21 of the
Education Code.

7. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a), a total of 
$33,218,000    $37,061,000   is available for
equalization funding pursuant to Section 56836.14 of the Education
Code.

8. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a), a total of 
$114,779,000    $114,650,000  , plus the COLA, is
available to fully fund the costs of children placed in licensed
children's institutions who attend nonpublic schools.

9. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item, 
$810,000    $909,000  , plus the COLA, shall be
available for infant program growth units (ages birth-two years).
Funds for infant units shall be allocated pursuant to Provision 11 of

this item, with the following average number of pupils per unit:

(a) For special classes and centers--16.

(b) For resource specialist programs--24.

(c) For designated instructional services--16.

10. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, early education
programs for infants and toddlers shall be offered for 200 days.
Notwithstanding Sections 56766 and 56731 and paragraph (2) of
subdivision (e) of Section 56737 of the Education Code, the State
Department of Education shall allocate funds for the 2000-01 fiscal
year to those programs receiving allocations for instructional units
pursuant to Section 56432 of the Education Code for the Early
Education Program for Individuals with Exceptional Needs operated
pursuant to Chapter 4.4 (commencing with Section 56425) of Part 30
of the Education Code, based on computing 200-day entitlements. For
educational services for children with exceptional needs, birth
through two years of age, no funds shall be allocated pursuant to
Section 56726 of the Education Code. The 200-day entitlements shall
not exceed 111 percent of the current entitlement for each
educational
agency.

11. Notwithstanding Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 56700) of
Part 30 of the Education Code, state funds appropriated in Schedule
(b) of this item in excess of the amount necessary to fund the
deficited
entitlements pursuant to Section 56432 of the Education Code and
Provision 11 of this item shall be available for allocation by the
State
Department of Education to local educational agencies for the
operation of programs serving solely low-incidence infants and
toddlers pursuant to Title 14 (commencing with Section 95000) of the
Government Code. These funds shall be allocated to each local
educational agency at a rate of $6,849 per solely low-incidence child

through age two, for each child in excess of the number of solely
low-incidence children through age two served by the local
educational agency during the 1992-93 fiscal year and reported on the

April 1993, pupil count. These funds shall only be allocated if the
amount of reimbursement received from the State Department of
Developmental Services is insufficient to fully fund the costs of
operating the Early Intervention Program, as authorized by Title 14
(commencing with Section 95000) of the Government Code.

12. The State Department of Education, through coordination with the
SELPAs, shall ensure local interagency coordination and
collaboration in the provision of early intervention services,
including
local training activities, child find activities, public awareness,
and
the family resource center activities.

13. Of the amount provided in Schedule (a),  $82,894,000

 $93,187,000   is provided for a COLA.

14. Of the amount provided in Schedule (b),  $1,784,000

 $1,995,000   is provided for a COLA.

 15. Notwithstanding Section 56775.5 of the Education Code, any
special education local plan area that is a single district and that
is
severely impacted by pupils who reside in licensed children's
institutions shall be entitled to the full actual costs for
assessment and
identification without proration if the special education local plan
area meets all of the following requirements:

(a) Pupils who reside in licensed children's institutions represent
more that 15 percent of the special education enrollment of the
special
education local plan area.

(b) Special education enrollment of pupils who reside in licensed
children's institutions has increased by more than 50 percent since
1985. 

6110-161-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund, Program 10.60-Special
Education Programs for Exceptional Children  . . . 
512,911,000

 522,141,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.60.050.012-Local Agency Entitlements, IDEA Special
Education  . . .  422,102,000 
 429,138,000 

(b) 10.60.050.013-State Agency Entitlements, IDEA Special
Education  . . . 1,856,000

(c) 10.60.050.015-IDEA, Local Entitlements, Preschool Program  . . .

24,292,000

(d) 10.60.050.021-IDEA, Capacity Building, Special Education  . . .
26,036,000

(e) 10.60.050.030-PL 99-457, Preschool Grant Program  . . . 
36,779,000 
 38,973,000 

(f) 10.060.050.031-IDEA, State Improvement Grant, Special
Education  . . . 1,846,000

Provisions:

1. If the funds for Part B of the federal Individuals with
Disabilities
Education Act that are actually received by the state exceed 

$486,350,000    $501,769,000  , at least 95 percent
of
the funds received in excess of that amount shall be allocated for
local
entitlements and to state agencies with approved local plans. Five
percent of the amount received in excess of  $486,350,000

 $501,769,000   may be used for state administrative
expenses. If the funds for Part B of the federal Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act that are actually received by the state
are
less than  $486,350,000    $501,769,000  ,
the
reduction shall be taken in capacity building.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (b) shall be distributed to
state-operated programs serving disabled children from 3 to 21 years
of age, inclusive. In accordance with federal law, the funds
appropriated in Schedules (a) and (b) shall be distributed to local
and
state agencies on the basis of an equal amount per eligible,
identified
pupil.

3. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, up to
$1,000,000 may be used to fund licensed children's institution growth

units pursuant to Section 56776 of the Education Code. These funds
are to be used for instructional units only.

4. Pursuant to Section 56427 of the Education Code, of the funds
appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, up to $2,324,000 may be
used to provide funding for infant programs, and may be used for
those programs that do not qualify for funding pursuant to Section
56432 of the Education Code. Of these funds, $100,000 shall be
available, subject to approval of a work plan by the Department of
Finance, to conduct followup activities related to the funding
studies
and funding plan submitted pursuant to Provisions 12 and 13 of Item
6110-161-001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1995.

5. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item,
$15,475,000
shall be allocated to local education agencies for the purposes of
Project Workability I.

6. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, $1,700,000

shall be used to provide specialized services to pupils with
low-incidence disabilities, as defined in Section 56026.5 of the
Education Code.

7. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, up to
$3,617,000 shall be used for a personnel development program. This
program shall include state-sponsored staff development, local
in-service components, bilingual, student study team, and core
curriculum components. Of this amount, a minimum of $2,500,000
shall be allocated directly to special education local plan areas.
The
local in-service programs shall include a parent training component
and may include a staff training component. Use of these funds shall
be described in the local plans. These funds may be used to provide
training in alternative dispute resolution and the local mediation of

disputes. All programs are to include evaluation components.

8. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, up to
$200,000 shall be used for research and training in cross-cultural
assessments.

9. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item, up to
$300,000 shall be used to develop and test procedures, materials, and

training for alternative dispute resolution in special education.

10. Of the funds appropriated by Schedule (e) for the Preschool Grant

Program, $1,228,000 shall be used for in-service training and shall
include a parent training component and may, in addition, include a
staff training program. These funds may be used to provide training
in
alternative dispute resolution and the local mediation of disputes.
This
program shall include state-sponsored and local components.

11. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,400,000 is available
for
local assistance grants in the second year of the Quality Assurance
and Focused Monitoring Pilot Program to monitor local education
agency compliance with state and federal laws and regulations
governing special education. This funding level is to be used to
continue the second year of facilitated reviews and, to the extent
consistent with the key performance indicators developed by the State

Department of Education, these activities focus on local education
agencies identified by the United States Department of Education's
Office of Special Education Programs. The State Department of
Education shall, on or before December 1, 2000, and on or before
 April 15, 2000    April 15, 2001  ,
report to the
Legislative Analyst, the Department of Finance, and the appropriate
fiscal and policy committees of the Legislature on the progress and
results of the Quality Assurance Focused Monitoring Pilot Program
and any statutory authority or fiscal adjustments needed.

6110-163-0001--For local assistance, Department  of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.60.060.010-The Early Intervention for School Success
Program established pursuant to Article 4.5 (commencing with
Section 54685) of Chapter 9 of Part 29 of the Education Code  . . .
 1,982,000 
 1,992,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $24,000
 
$28,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $55,000    1.45 percent and $61,000   is for
the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of
 2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-165-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education  . . .
7,022,000

Schedule:

(a) 10.70-Vocational Education  . . . 20,868,000

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -13,846,000

Provisions:

1. $13,846,000 of the funds appropriated in this item are for the
purpose of the federal Job Training Partnership Act.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the funds
appropriated in this item, $7,022,000  are    is

available for the purpose of matching Job Training Partnership Act
funds available under Section 1602(b)(1) of Title 29 of the United
States Code. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall allocate
these funds for the provision of education in conjunction with
occupational skills training pursuant to Section 33117.5 of the
Education Code in the following order of priority: (1) to persons
participating in welfare-to-work activities under the CalWORKs
program as described in Article 3.2 (commencing with Section
11320) of Chapter 2 of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code; and (2) to persons eligible for Job Training
Partnership Act program funds but not receiving assistance under the
CalWORKs program. 

3. The expenditure of Workforce Investment Act funds is contingent
upon the enactment of specific authorizing legislation. 

6110-166-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.70.070-Vocational Education, for the purpose of Article 5
(commencing with Section 54690) of Chapter 9 of Part 29 of the
Education Code, Partnership Academies Program  . . . 19,666,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,440,000 shall continue
to
fund 20 partnership academies first funded in Provision 1 of Item
6110-166-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324,
Stats. 1998). The funds shall be for the purpose of funding the
second
operational year of the 20 partnership academies at the level
prescribed in Section 54691 of the Education Code. These first
operational year grants shall be targeted to partnership academies in

high schools in eligible school districts (as specified in Sections
54692 and 54693 of the Education Code) that serve the highest
proportions of economically disadvantaged pupils. 

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item $2,025,000 shall continue
to
fund 25 partnership academies first established in Provision 2 of
Item
                                      6110-166-0001 of Section 2.00
of the Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324,
Stats. 1998). The funds shall be for the purposes of funding 25 third

operational year partnership academies at the level prescribed in
Section 54691 of the Education Code. These second operational year
grants shall be targeted to partnership academies in high schools in
eligible school districts (as specified in Sections 54692 and 54693
of
the Education Code) that serve the  highest proportions of
economically disadvantaged pupils. 

3. If there are any funds in this item that are not allocated for
planning
or operational grants, the State Department of Education may allocate

those remaining funds as one-time grants to state-funded partnership
academies to be used for one-time purposes. 

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item $1,200,000 shall be for the

purpose of funding 20 partnership academy planning grants first
funded in Provision 4 of Item 6110-166-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) pursuant to Article 5
(commencing with Section 54690) of Chapter 9 of Part 29 of the
Education Code and 20 first operational year partnership academies
at the level prescribed in Section 54691 of the Education Code.


5. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,425,000 shall be for 25

new partnership academy planning grants pursuant to Article 5
(commencing with Section 54690) of Chapter 9 of Part 29 of the
Education Code, and for 25 new first operational year partnership
academies, for a total of 50 new partnership academies in 2000-01.
Funding for these 50 new partnership academies shall be at the level
prescribed in Section 54691 of the Education Code.

6. It is the intent of the Legislature that first priority for the
new
partnership academies be given to partnership academies that promote
teaching careers, provided that these academies are consistent with
Article 5 (commencing with Section 54690) of Chapter 9 of Part 29 of
the Education Code. 

7. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $840,000 shall continue to

fund 20 partnership academies first funded as planning grants in
Provision 4 of Item 6110-166-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act
of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999). The funds shall be for the purpose of
funding 20 first year operational partnership academies at the level
prescribed in Section 54691 of the Education Code.

8. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,440,000 shall continue
to
fund 20 partnership academies first funded as first year operational
academies in Provision 4 of Item 6110-166-0001 of Section 2.00 of
the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999). The funds shall be for
the purpose of funding 20 second year operational partnership
academies at the level prescribed in Section 54691 of the Education
Code. 

6110-166-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.70-Vocational Education, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  119,613,000 
 123,054,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item include Federal Vocational
Education Act funds for the 2000-01 fiscal year to be transferred to
the community colleges by means of interagency agreements for the
purpose of funding vocational education programs in community
colleges.

2. The State Board of Education and the Board of Governors of the
California Community Colleges shall target funds appropriated by this

item to provide services to persons participating in welfare-to-work
activities under the CalWORKs program.

3. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall report, not later
than
February 1 of each year, to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee
and the Director of Finance, describing the amount of carryover funds

from this item, reasons for the carryover, and plans to reduce the
amount of carryover.

6110-167-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 10.70-Agricultural Vocational Education Incentive Program
established pursuant to Article 7.5 (commencing with Section 52460)
of Chapter 9 of Part 28 of the Education Code  . . . 
3,955,000

 3,975,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $48,000
 
$55,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  2.84 and
$109,000    1.45 and $122,000   is for the purpose
of
providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of 
2.84
  3.17   percent.

2. As a condition of receiving funds appropriated in this item, a
school district shall certify to the Superintendent of Public
Instruction
both of the following:

(a) Agricultural Vocational Education Incentive Program funds shall
be expended for the items identified in its application, except that,
in
items of expenditure classification 4000, only the total cost of
expenses shall be required and itemization shall not be required.

(b) The school district shall provide at least 50 percent of the cost
of
the items and costs from expenditure classification 4000, as
identified
in its application, from other funding sources. Nothing in this
provision shall be construed to limit the authority of the
Superintendent of Public Instruction to waive the local matching
requirement established by subdivision (b) of Section 52461.5 of the
Education Code.

6110-176-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.40.030-Emergency Immigrant Education, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund  . . . 41,191,000

6110-177-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.10.035-Local Arts Education
Partnership Program  . . . 6,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be used for arts
education
programs conducted by local education agencies pursuant to
guidelines developed by the State Department of Education and
approved by the State Board of Education, as authorized by Chapter 5
(commencing with Section 8810) of Part 6 of the Education Code. 

6110-178-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Outdoor Science Programs  . . . 3,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are to fund outdoor science
programs as authorized by Chapter 958 of the Statutes of 1999. 

6110-180-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.10.025-Institute for Computer Technology established
pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 52480) of Chapter 9
of Part 28 of the Education Code  . . .  523,000 
 526,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, not more than $100,000 may

be used to disseminate curriculum developed by the Institute for
Computer Technology (Art. 8 (commencing with Sec. 52480), Ch. 9,
Pt. 28, Ed.C.).

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $6,000  

$7,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $14,000    1.45 percent and $16,000   is for
the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of
 2.84    3.17   percent for the Institute
for Computer
Technology programs (Art. 8 (commencing with Sec. 52840), Ch. 9,
Pt. 28, Ed. C.).

6110-180-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.10.025-Educational Technology, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund  . . .  45,204,000 
 49,096,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for allocation to school
districts that are awarded competitive grants pursuant to the federal

Technology Literacy Challenge Grant Program. The State Board of
Education shall review and approve any changes to the criteria and
procedure used in the application and award of grant funds during the

1999-00 fiscal year prior to the release by the Superintendent of
Public Instruction of the application form to school districts.

6110-181-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund
Program 20.10.025-Educational Technology programs funded
pursuant  to Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 51871) of

 to Article 15 (commencing with Section 51870) of Chapter 5 of
 Part 28 and Chapter 3.34 (commencing with Section 44730) of
Part 25 of the Education Code  . . .  23,289,000 
 23,407,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $282,000
 
$324,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $643,000    1.45 percent and $719,000   is for
the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of
 2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-181-0140--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.10.055-Environmental Education, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund  . . . 800,000

6110-183-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 20.10.045-Health and Physical Education, Instructional
Support--Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1994
(Public Law 103-382)  . . .  45,494,000 
 47,947,000 

Provisions:

1. Local education agencies shall give priority in the expenditure of

the funds appropriated by this item to create comprehensive drug and
violence prevention programs that promote school safety, reduce the
use of drugs, and create learning environments that are free of
alcohol
and guns and that support academic achievement for all pupils. In
addition to preventing drug and alcohol use, prevention programs will

respond to the crisis of violence in our schools by addressing the
need
to prevent serious crime, violence, and discipline problems. The
Superintendent of Public Instruction shall (a) notify local education

agencies of this policy, and (b) incorporate the policy into the
department's compliance review procedures.

6110-184-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.10.025-Educational Technology  . . .
76,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are to fund grants to school
districts pursuant to the Digital High School Program, established
pursuant to Chapter 326 of the Statutes of 1997.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Education Code Section
52254(e), funds may be allocated to a county office or offices to
perform the statewide level of application review and
recommendation as required by statute, upon approval of the
Department of Finance.

6110-185-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to the State
Instructional Materials Fund, Program 20.20.020.002-Instructional
Materials, Grades 9-12  . . .  33,688,000 
 33,796,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $642,000 is for the
purpose of providing an adjustment for increase in average daily
attendance at a rate of 2.00 percent and  $930,000  

$1,038,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA) at a rate of  2.84    3.17

percent.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unexpended
balance from growth funds provided by Item 6110-185-0001 of
Section 2.00 of Chapter 50 of the Statutes of 1999 may be used to
augment this item on a one-time basis in the 2000-01 fiscal year, for

the purpose of providing additional funding for growth in 2000-01.

6110-186-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to the Instructional

Materials Fund, Program 20.20.020.001-Instructional Materials,
Kindergarten and Grades 1-8  . . .  130,637,000 
 131,056,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,083,000 is for the
purpose of providing an ad- justment for increases in average daily
attendance at a rate of 0.86 percent and  $3,608,000
 
$4,027,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA) at a rate of  2.84    3.17

percent.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unexpended
balance from growth funds provided by Item 6110-186-0001 of
Section 2.00 of Chapter 50 of the Statutes of 1999 may be used to
augment this item on a one-time basis in the 2000-01 fiscal year, for

the purpose of providing additional funding for growth in 2000-01.

6110-187-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

for a cost-of-living increase to be transferred to, in lieu of the
amount
that otherwise would be provided pursuant to statute, and in
augmentation of, the respective appropriation by the Controller upon
enactment in accordance with the following  . . .  924,000

 1,036,000 

Schedule:

(1) 10.10.011.005-School Apportionments, Continuation Schools
(Section 42243.7 of the Education Code)  . . .  924,000

 1,036,000 

Provisions:

1. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds
appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item for school apportionments
to
continuation schools shall be allocated on a dollar amount basis
rather
than as a percentage increase, and shall be allocated to any school
district that operated a continuation high school in the 1999-00
fiscal
year, without regard to whether that district's program commenced on,

after, or prior to July 1, 1978. The amount allocated to each school
district shall be equal to the total amount appropriated by Schedule
(1) of this item, divided by the total number of units of
continuation
high school average daily attendance (ADA) for the state at the
second
principal apportionment for the 1999-00 fiscal year, multiplied by
the
units of that ADA reported by the district for the second principal
apportionment for the 1999-00 fiscal year.

(b) The total amount allocated pursuant to subdivision (a) of this
provision shall not exceed the total amount of the funds appropriated

in Schedule (1) of this item.

6110-188-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to the State School Deferred
Maintenance Fund  . . .  165,961,000 
 176,261,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item shall be transferred to the
State
School Deferred Maintenance Fund and shall be available for funding
applications received by the Office of Public School Construction for

the purpose of payments to school districts for deferred maintenance
projects funded pursuant to Section  39619   
17584
 of the Education Code.

6110-190-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10-School Apportionments, Community
Day Schools  . . .  30,751,000 
 30,835,000  

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.021.011-Instruction-School Apportionment-School Districts
. . . 25,187,000

(b) 10.10.090.012-Instruction-School Apportionment-County Offices
of Education  . . . 5,564,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer to Section A
of
the State School Fund to reimburse costs incurred pursuant to Chapter

974 of the Statutes of 1995 as amended by Chapter 847 of the Statutes

of 1998.

2. Funds appropriated in this item shall not be available for the
purposes of Section 41972 of the Education Code.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $2,099,000
 
$2,183,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA) to community day schools, in lieu of the amount
that would otherwise be provided pursuant to statute. 

4. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated in
accordance with the above schedule unless a revision to the
allocations contained herein has been approved by the Department of
Finance. The Department of Finance may not authorize any such
revision sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee in each house
that considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine. 

6110-191-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 20.60.050.002-Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment
System    . . . 87,157,000 
 88,820,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for direct disbursement by

the State Department of Education for the Beginning Teacher Support
and Assessment System, as set forth in Article 4.5 (commencing with
Section 44279.1) of Chapter 2 of Part 25 of the Education Code.
These funds shall be expended only after development of a program
and expenditure plan by the State Department of  Education, and
approval of the plan by the Department of Finance.

2. Funds appropriated in this item are for the purpose of providing
grants to support 26,500 teachers through local Beginning Teacher
Support and Assessment System Programs.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $1,258,000
 
$1,533,000   is provided for cost-of-living adjustments
(COLAs), for a total per participant grant level of  $3,197.

 $3,249. 

6110-193-0001--For local assistance, State Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund
Program 20.60-Staff Development  . . .  172,417,000 

 181,720,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.010.001-Administrator Training and Evaluation Program  . .

.  4,825,000 
 4,850,000 

(b) 20.60.050.004-School Development Plans and Resource
Consortia  . . .  20,426,000 
 20,530,000 

(c) 20.60.070-Bilingual Teacher Training Program  . . . 
1,643,000 
 1,651,000 

(d) 20.60.050.007-Staff Development: High School Coach Training  .
. . 1,000,000

(e) 20.60.060-Instructional Support: Teacher Peer Review  . . .

136,216,000 
 136,880,000 

(f) 20.60.110-Instructional Support: Improving School Effectiveness
Reader Services for Blind Teachers    . . . 307,000 

 309,000 

(g) 20.60.112-Instructional Support: Advanced Placement Teacher
Training  . . .  8,000,000 
 16,500,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer by the
Controller to Section A of the State School Fund, for allocation by
the
Superintendent of Public Instruction to school districts, county
offices
of education, and other educational agencies for purposes of the
Proposition 98 programs funded in this item, in lieu of the amounts
otherwise provided for those programs by statute.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in Schedule (a) shall be the maximum amount of
Proposition 98 funds allocated for the purposes of the administrator
training and evaluation program established pursuant to Article 3
(commencing with Section 44681) of Chapter 3.1 of Part 25 of the
Education Code. Funds appropriated in Schedule (a) include 
$58,000    $67,000   for the purpose of making
adjustments for increases in average daily attendance at a rate of

1.26 percent and $133,000    1.45 percent and $149,000
 is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment
(COLA) at a rate of  2.84    3.17  
percent.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in Schedule (b) shall be the maximum amount allocated
for the purposes of the school development plans authorized pursuant
to Article 1 (commencing with Section 44670.1) of Chapter 3.1 of
Part 25 of the Education Code and the resource agencies or
consortiums designated pursuant to Article 2 (commencing with
Section 44680) of Chapter 3.1 of Part 25 of the Education Code.
Funds appropriated in Schedule (b) include  $325,000
 
$362,000   for the purposes of making adjustments for increases
in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26 percent and
$743,000    1.45 percent and $810,000   is for the
purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of
 2.84    3.17   percent.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in Schedule (c) shall be the maximum amount allocated
for the purposes of the Bilingual Teacher Training Assistance
Program established by Article 4 (commencing with Section 52180)
of Chapter 7 of Part 28 of the Education Code. Funds appropriated in
Schedule (c) include  $20,000    $23,000  
for the
purpose of making adjustments for increases in average daily
attendance at a rate of  1.26 percent and $45,000  
 1.45
percent and $50,000   is for the purpose of  providing a
cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of  2.84
 
3.17   percent.

5. The funds appropriated in Schedule (d) are for grants for high
school coach training as set forth in Article 4.5 (commencing with
Section 35179) of Chapter 2, of Part 21 of the Education Code.

6. The funds appropriated in Schedule (e) shall be allocated in
accordance with Article 4.5 (commencing with Section 4450) of Part
25 of the Education Code. Funds appropriated in Schedule (e) include
 $1,523,000    $1,761,000   for the
purpose of
making adjustments for increases in average daily attendance at a
rate
of  1.26 percent and $3,593,000    1.45 percent
and
$4,019,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA) at a rate of  2.84    3.17

percent.

7. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in Schedule (f) shall be the maximum amount allocated
for the purposes of the Reader Service for Blind Teachers, for
transfer to the Reader Employment Fund established by Section 45371
for the purposes of Section 44925 of the Education Code. Funds
appropriated in Schedule (f) include  $4,000  
$1,000
  for the purposes of making adjustments in average daily
attendance at a rate of  1.26 percent and $8,000 
  1.45
percent and $1,000   is for the purpose of providing a
cost-of-living-adjustment (COLA) at a rate of  2.84 

3.17   percent.

8. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in Schedule (f) shall be the maximum amount allocated
for the purposes of providing Advanced Placement teacher training
pursuant to legislation established during the 1999-00 Regular
Session enacted on or before January 1, 2001.

6110-194-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education--Staff
Development  . . . 3,201,000

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.010.001-Administrator Training and Evaluation Program  . .

. 1,593,000

 (ax) 20.60.010.002-Administrator Training and Evaluation
Program, Web-based staff development projects (LINKS)  . . .
300,000 

(b) 20.60.080-Exploratorium  . . . 1,503,000

(c) 20.60.125-Geography Education Alliances  . . . 105,000

 (d) Reimbursements  . . . -300,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer by the
Controller to Section A of the State School Fund, for direct
disbursement by the State Department of Education in lieu of the
amount that otherwise would be appropriated for staff development
pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 74 of Chapter 894 of the
Statutes of 1977.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item shall be the maximum
amount allocated from the General Fund for the 2000-01 fiscal year
for the purposes of the administrator training and evaluation program

set forth in Article 3 (commencing with Section 44681) of Chapter 3.1

of Part 25 of the Education Code.

 3. The amount appropriated in Schedule (d) of this item is
provided pursuant to a grant received from the State of Washington
for
development of a Web-based staff development project by the Santa
Cruz County Office of Education. 

6110-195-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.60.140-Staff Development: Teacher
Improvement, Teacher Incentives National Board Certification  . . .
15,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 is for the
purpose of providing incentive grants of $10,000 to teachers for
achieving certification from the National Board for Professional
Teaching Standards pursuant to Chapter 2, Article 13 (commencing
with Education Code Section 44395).

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is for the
purpose of providing incentive grants of $20,000 to teachers that
have
achieved certification from the National Board for Professional
Teaching Standards and agree to teach in a low performing school
pursuant to legislation enacted during the 1999-2000 Regular Session
that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2001.

6110-196-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to Section A of the
State School Fund, for allocation by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction to school districts, county offices of education, and
other
agencies for the purposes of Proposition 98 educational programs
funded in this item, in lieu of the amount that otherwise would be
appropriated pursuant to statute  . . .  1,046,034,000

 1,112,706,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30.10.010-Special Program, Child Development, Preschool
Education  . . . 253,673,000

(b) 30.10.020-Child Care Services  . . .  1,515,550,000

 1,555,752,000 

(1) 30.10.020.001-Special Program, Child Development, General
Child Development Programs  . . .  463,520,000 
 513,520,000 

(2) 30.10.020.002-Special Program, Child Development, Community
College Match-Required Center  . . . 2,769,000

(3) 30.10.020.004-Special Program, Child Development, Migrant
Day Care  . . .  22,790,000 
 30,290,000 

(4) 30.10.020.007-Special Program, Child Development, Alternative
                                                          Payment
Program  . . . 194,253,000

(5.1) 30.10.020.011-Special Program, Child Development,
Alternative Payment Program-Stage 2  . . .  571,599,000

 548,001,000 

(5.2) 30.10.020.012-Special Program, Child Development,
Alternative Payment Program-Stage 3  . . . 172,626,000

(6) 30.10.020.008-Special Program, Child Development, Resource
and Referral  . . . 15,047,000

(7) 30.10.020.009-Special Program, Child Development, Campus
Child Care Tax Bailout  . . . 5,292,000

(8) 30.10.020.015-Special Program, Child Development, Extended
Day Care  . . . 26,206,000

(9) 30.10.020.096-Special Program, Child Development, Allowance
for Handicapped  . . . 1,361,000

(10) 30.10.020.106-Special Program, Child Development, California
Child Care Initiative  . . . 250,000

(11) 30.10.020.901-Special Program, Child Development, Quality
Improvement  . . .  39,837,000 
 46,137,000 

(c) 30.10.070-Special Program, Child Development After School
Programs  . . . 87,807,000

(d) 30.10.020.908-Special Program, Child Development,
Cost-of-Living Adjustments  . . .  27,295,000 
 30,467,000 

(e) Amount Payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item
6110-1960890)  . . .  -838,291,000 
 -814,993,000 

Provisions:

1. (aa) $23,799,000 of the amount in Schedule (a) of this item is for

expansion of the half-day Preschool program beginning January 1,
2001. The State Department of Education shall prioritize funding
allocations to underserved areas.

(a)f Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item,
$23,000,000 is for the purpose of providing full-year funding to
expand the half-day Preschool program initiated with a $23,000,000
augmentation in the Budget Act of 1999, as specified in Provision
1(aa) of Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of Chapter 50, Statutes
of 1999.

 (b)f Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (b)(1) of this
item,
$50,000,000 is for the purpose of providing half-year expansion of
full-day, general child care for three- and four-year olds. 

2. Notwithstanding Section 8278 of the Education Code, funds
available for expenditure pursuant to Section 8278 of the Education
Code shall be ex-pended in the 2000-01 fiscal year pursuant to the
following schedule:

(a) The amount necessary for accounts payable pursuant to paragraph
(1) of subdivision (b) of Section 8278 of the Education Code.

(b)  $11,374,000    $12,506,000   in
augmentation
of Schedule (11), Quality Improvement, for projects to improve the
quality and availability of child care as specified in Provisions 7
(d)
and 7(e) of this item.

(c) Of the remaining funds available after meeting the requirements
in
(a) and (b) of this provision, $1,726,000 shall be allocated for
instructional materials and equipment for center-based programs and
to improve resource lending libraries in resource and referral
programs,  $5,000,000    $8,202,000   shall
be
allocated for facilities renovation and repair contracts necessary to

meet health and safety standards and to comply with the federal
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and, up to $8,500,000 shall
be transferred to the Child Care Facilities Revolving Fund
established
pursuant to Section 8278.3 of the Education Code. Should additional
amounts become available pursuant to Section 8278 beyond those
specified herein, up to $6,000,000 more shall be allocated 
proportionately   for instructional materials and equipment
and
for facilities renovation and repair as  specified above
 
necessary, as determined by the State Department of Education  
.
Additional amounts in excess of $6,000,000 shall not be expended
prior to approval of a plan by the Department of Finance pursuant to
the notification requirements of Section 28 of this act.

(d) The Controller shall establish an account entitled Section 8278
Expenditures in 1998 in 6110-196-0001, Program 30.10.060. Any
unexpended General Fund balances as of June 30, 2000, or subsequent
abatements, from those amounts listed in Schedules (a), (b)(1), (b)
(2),
(b)(3), (b)(4), (b)(6), (b)(7), (b)(8), (b)(9), (b)(10), and (b)(11)
of
this item, that are available pursuant to Section 8278 of the
Education
Code, shall be transferred to the account for the purpose of making
expenditures pursuant to that section.

3. The State Department of Education shall report to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and the Department of Finance, by
March 31, 2001, the amount of child development funds, by program,
that have been determined after audit to be unearned. The report
shall
include the settlement of claims payable by program from unearned
contract fund balances. This provision includes both Federal Fund and

General Fund contracts.

4. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, alternative
payment
child care systems shall be subject to the rates established in the
Regional Market Rate Survey of California child care and
development providers for provider payments. The State Department
of Education shall utilize a federal fund contract with the State
Child
Care Resource and Referral Network  (Network)   to
conduct a market rate survey.  It is the intent of the
Legislature that
the contract between the State Department of Education and the
Network require that the summary report and analyses of changes in
mean and ceiling rates, adjustment factors, and regional rates be
forwarded to the Department of Finance along with the mean and
ceiling rates. The contract shall also provide resources sufficient
for
the Network to respond to requests for related information by the
Department of Finance.   Any changes to the market rate limits
or
adjustment factors are subject to the approval process for child care

contract funding terms and conditions as specified in Section 8447 of

the Education Code. When approved, those changes shall be utilized
by the State Department of Education and the State Department of
Social Services in various programs under the jurisdiction of both
departments to determine limits of reimbursement to providers.

(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, annual revisions to
the family copayment schedule for child care and development
programs are also subject to the approval process pursuant to Section

8447 of the Education Code and, when approved, shall be utilized by
both the State Department of Education and Department of Social
Services where applicable.

5. The funds appropriated in this item for campus child care tax
bailout shall be allocated by the State Department of Education based

on a schedule provided by the Chancellor of the California
Community Colleges. The chancellor shall schedule the allocation of
these funds to community college districts that levied child care
permissive override taxes in the 1977-78 fiscal year pursuant to
Sections 8329 and 8330 of the Education Code in an amount equal to
the property tax revenues, tax relief subventions, and state aid
required to be made available by the district to its child care and
development program for the 1979-80 fiscal year pursuant to Section
30 of Chapter 1035 of the Statutes of 1979, increased by any
cost-of-living increases granted in subsequent fiscal years. These
funds shall be used only for the purpose of community college child
care and development programs.

6. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, higher
educational institutions may establish and maintain child development

programs on or near their respective campuses with priority for
services given to children of students of that campus. Those higher
educational institutions under contract with the State Department of
Education for child care and development services shall be subject to

the rules and regulations adopted by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction except where those rules and regulations differ with
respect to the conditions specified for the community colleges in
Provision 11 of Item 6870-101-0001.

7. Funds in Schedule (b)(11), along with funds allocated pursuant to
Provision 2(b) of this item, shall be reserved for activities to
improve
the quality and availability of child care, pursuant to the
following:

(a) $2,291,000 is for the school age care and resource and referral
earmark.

(b) $6,114,000 is for the infant and toddler earmark and shall be
used
for increasing the supply of quality child care for infants and
toddlers.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, expenditure plans and
contract provisions for awarding these funds shall give high, but not

exclusive, priority to the development of new family day care home
providers, especially those who offer care during nontraditional
hours
such as weekends, evenings, and nights and who offer care for special

needs children.

(c) $1,500,000 is for regional resource centers to develop capacity
in
underserved areas.

(d) From the remaining funds including funds available pursuant to
Provision 2(b) of this item, the following amounts shall be allocated

for the following purposes: $6,000,000 in one-time funding to bring
playground equipment at child care facilities into compliance with
regulatory requirements, $5,300,000 for Local Child Care Planning
Councils established pursuant to Article 15.5 (commencing with
Section 8350) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of the Education Code;
$5,000,000 in one-time funding for the California Childcare
Accreditation Project to be allocated after a program plan has been
approved by the Office of the Secretary for Education, $4,000,000 to
train former CalWORKs recipients as child care teachers, $2,700,000
for contracting with the Department of Social Services for increased
inspections of child care facilities,  $1,500,000 in one-time

funding to develop and implement a centralized waiting list pilot
program, $1,000,000 for training CalWORKs recipients to become
family child care home providers through a Department of Social
Services contract    $1,000,000 to continue the Family
Child
Care Act At Its Best training project, which, through on interagency
agreement with the University of California at Davis Extension
Program, provides child development training to licensed family child

care home providers to enhance the quality and safety of licensed
family child care homes  , $1,000,000 for ongoing dissemination
of and training for both exempt and licensed providers in the use of
prekindergarten learning and development guidelines developed
pursuant to Section 8203.3 of the Education Code, $1,000,000 for
Trustline registration workload (Ch. 3.35 (commencing with Sec.
1596.60), Div. 2, H. & S.C.); $500,000 for health and safety training

for licensed and exempt child care providers; $320,000 for the Child
Development Training Consortium,  and   $300,000 for
the
Health Hotline  , $300,000 to implement a technical assistance
program to child care providers in accessing financing for
renovation,
expansion, and/or construction of child care facilities, and
$1,500,000
in one-time funding to pilot the development and implementation of
centralized unduplicated eligibility lists for state subsidized child

care. The State Department of Education shall structure the pilot so
as
to ensure generation of data useful for future centralized data
collection and policy considerations, including, but not limited to,
regular purging of eligibility lists to maintain an accurate count of

children waiting for care, establishment of standardized practices
for
eligibility determination and income selfcertification, use of common

data elements in each participant county, and testing of technologies

that could eventually be used to transfer data to and access data
from a
centralized state-level database
(e) The State Department of Education shall allocate $425,000 to
preschool education projects including, but not limited to, those
operated by the public television stations in Redding, San Francisco,

San Jose, Los Angeles, Fresno, and San Diego. Of this amount, the
department shall allocate up to $320,000 to public television
stations
in Redding, San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles, based upon the
satisfaction by the projects operated by the public television
stations
in each of those cities of all of the following criteria: (1) the
30-percent minimum match; (2) a plan that identifies the providers to

be trained; (3) number of trainers to be trained; (4) the quality of
the
training offered; (5) linkages to the child care community; and (6)
cost
effectiveness. The balance of the $425,000 identified in this
subdivision shall be made available to support projects in Fresno and

San Diego, based upon the determination by the State Department of
Education of the satisfaction by the projects operated by the public
television station in each of those cities of the criteria set forth
above
in (1) to (6), inclusive. As a condition of receiving funds as
described
in this subdivision in the 2000-01 fiscal year, each grantee that
received funds in the 1999-00 fiscal year shall complete and submit
to
the State Department of Education, no later than March 1, 2001, an
evaluation of the effectiveness of the project operated by the
grantee
in  improving the quality of child care provided in the affected
community.

(f) $30,000 shall be made available for a preschool public television

project in Eureka.  

(g) As required by federal law, the State Department of Education
shall develop an expenditure plan that sets forth the final
priorities
and the reasons therefor if the final priorities are different from
those
approved in response to the reporting requirement contained in
Provision 7(d) of Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2 of the Budget Act
of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999). This plan shall be submitted to the
Department of Finance by September 1, 2000, and funds shall not be
encumbered prior to approval of the plan by the Department of
Finance.  

(g) As required by federal law, the State Department of Education
shall develop an expenditure plan that sets forth the final
priorities
and the reasons therefor if the final priorities are different from
those
approved in response to the reporting requirement contained in
Provision 7(d) of Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget
Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999). This plan shall be submitted to
the
Department of Finance by September 1, 2000, and funds shall not be
encumbered prior to approval of the plan by the Department of
Finance. The State Department of Education shall coordinate with the
Department of Social Services, the California Children and Families
State Commission, and other applicable entities to identify annual
statewide expenditures for quality enhancements which qualify for
meeting federal requirements, and shall reference these expenditures
in its biennial federal quality plans.

(h) The State Department of Education shall establish expenditure
priorities for the 2001-02 fiscal year that set forth the proposed
state
and local activities to improve child care, including the reasons
therefor, to be undertaken in the 2001-02 fiscal year. This plan
shall
be submitted in a format developed in consultation with the
Department of Finance and shall be submitted to the Department of
Finance and to the fiscal committees of both houses at least 30 days
prior to the commencement of public hearings on the proposed plan
and no later March 1, 2001.

(i) $6,000,000 from General Fund shall be for a child care
salary/retention incentive program, contingent on legislation to be
enacted in the 1999-2000 Regular Session. 

8. (a) If the federal funds available pursuant to Provision 10 of
Item
6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1997 have not
been transferred to Item 6110-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of this act by

June 30, 2000, those funds shall be available in the 2000-01 fiscal
year for (a) interim data reporting as approved by the Department of
Finance, and, (b) for the same purposes and subject to the same
conditions  , including FSR development,   and reporting
requirements otherwise applicable to Item 6110-196-0001  and
Item 6110-001-0890   of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1997
(Ch. 282, Stats. 1997).

(b) No later than August 31, 2000, the State Department of Education
(SDE) shall convene a data collection task force composed of
representatives of the SDE, the Legislative Analyst, the chairs and
vice chairs of the appropriate fiscal and policy committees of the
Legislature, the Department of Social Services, the Senate Office of
Research, the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, the Department of
Finance, child care providers, and other stakeholders as defined by
the task force. The task force shall advise the SDE on the
implementation of the interim data collection system and development
and implementation of the long-term data collection system. The task
force members shall provide advice concerning any associated
feasibility study reports and requests for proposals, assist the SDE
in
designing systems that generate policy-relevant information,
establish
timelines for project completion, and monitor progress toward project

completion. Any company or individual who participates in the task
force or in an advisory capacity to the task force shall not be
eligible
to bid for the development of the system. In the development of this
system, the SDE shall contract for a risk assessment of the project.

The SDE shall provide copies of any status reports it is required to
send to the United States Department of Health and Human Services,
as well as any feasibility study reports and requests for proposals,
to
each of the task force participants. If the interim system and
long-term
system are not fully discussed in those reports, the SDE shall
provide
supplementary reports to the members of the task force on October 1,
2000, and March 1, 2001, regarding progress toward completion of
the projects. It is the intent of the Legislature that the SDE take
all
necessary steps to comply with federal reporting requirements in a
timely fashion.

(c) For purposes of ensuring adequate data for policy consideration,
management of the current year budget, and development of the child
care budget for the 2001-02 fiscal year, with special emphasis on
CalWORKs caseload driven programs, it is the intent of the
Legislature that the SDE utilize funds made available pursuant to
subdivision (a) above for interim data collection to finance any
surveys or sampling activities needed to augment state staff
capabilities in meeting requirements specified herein and as
clarified
or amended by the Department of Finance. It is legislative intent
that
the SDE expedite any contracting necessary to fulfill the data
requirements of this subdivision. It is recognized that the CalWORKs
child care programs present unique challenges requiring the
cooperation of the two implementing state agencies with the
Department of Finance to annually determine a budgetary plan and to
determine any mid-year adjustments which may be advisable.
Therefore, the following requirements shall apply: 

1. The Department shall conduct quarterly analyses and reallocations
of CalWORKs Stage 2 and Stage 3 funding to ensure funds are
distributed in proportion to statewide needs. These needs shall
recognize attrition experience and family fees collected at the local

level which shall be counted toward the funding available to meet
those needs. Assumptions, unit costs, caseload, family fees, and
other
key variables shall be summarized and provided to the Department of
Finance in quarterly status reports and shall become the basis for
any
request from the child care reserve. Detailed backup on a
county-by-county basis, including prior year actual experience, shall

be provided to the Department of Social Services (DSS) to facilitate
their analysis and comparison of overall CalWORKs caseloads and
related child care needs. Any request for funding from the reserve
shall be coordinated to eliminate duplication and shall be presented
in
a joint request with DSS. The data provided shall include the monthly

caseload from Stage 2 scheduled to time off of their transitional
child
care benefit through the subsequent two fiscal years as well as local

attrition experience, to facilitate budgetary planning. DSS shall
utilize
data provided by the Department of Education, including key
variables from the final quarter of the prior fiscal year, to provide

coordinated estimates in November 2000 for each of the three stages
of care for preparation of the 2001 Governor's Budget, and shall
utilize data from the first two quarters of 2000-01 for preparation
of
the 2001 May Revision. Therefore, the Department of Education
(SDE) shall ensure submission of those data by September 15, 2000,
and March 15, 2001, respectively, to meet timeframes for preparation
of budget estimates.

2. In counties where there is more than one Alternative Payment
Program participating in Stage 2 and Stage 3, county welfare
departments shall participate jointly with the Alternative Payment
Programs, as applicable, to jointly determine the amount of funds
initially distributed to each Alternative Payment Program. However,
SDE may adjust these allocations at any time for providers deemed by
the SDE to be on provisional status and shall adjust the allocations
as
necessary to ensure a distribution of funding proportional to each
alternative payment provider's documented need pursuant to the
quarterly analyses in subdivision (c)1 of this provision.

3. The SDE shall determine, through survey or mandatory reporting,
and through use of consultant services as necessary, the following
information, which shall be provided by September 1, 2000, to the
Department of Finance for use in 2001-02 budget development and to
the Legislative Analyst's Office:

(a) Profiles of the subsidized population, disaggregated for each
major program, sufficient to determine both the numbers and ages of
children and proportion of subsidized children and fami-lies in care
by family income category, as adjusted for family size.

(b) For each major program, quantify the fees collected, provide the
number and proportion of children and families paying family fees,
and the number of children and families exempted from family fees
per income category adjusted for family size. In addition, identify
and
classify the reasons for fee exemptions.

(c) Determine the rates of attrition of families for major programs
serving the working poor. Also, on a county-by-county basis,
determine the number and percentage of vacated slots filled by child
protective services cases, children of those seeking work, children
of
those actually working and the relative distribution of new families
entering the system from waiting lists by family income, adjusted for

family size. Also, classify the referrals from child protective
services
by severity of need to better determine usage patterns by Child
Protective Services' (CPS) agencies.

(d) Based on a statistically significant statewide sampling of actual

cases for each major alternative payment-based program, determine
the incidence, relative proportion, and dollar magnitude of actual
care
payments per child that are in excess or below the current
mean-market rates. Classify the occurrences and dollar impact on
families in ten percentage point increments from the mean-market
rate.

9. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds in Schedule
(b)(5.2) for Stage 3 are reserved exclusively for continuing child
care
to former CalWORKs families who are working, have left cash aid
and have exhausted their two-year eligibility for Stage 2
transitional
services pursuant to Section 8353 of the Education Code, but still
meet eligibility requirements for receipt of subsidized child care
services. Any families who have been continuously enrolled in Stage
3 slots funded through the original increment of $60 million
initially
funded in the 1997 Budget Act from the Child Care and Development
Block Grant are exempted from these restrictions, provided they
continue to meet eligibility criteria for receipt of subsidized child

care. However, Alternative Payment providers shall continue to
replace exempted families with those meeting the eligibility
requirements specified herein.  

1. The State Department of Education shall implement an improved
allocation, contracting, and reimbursement system for CalWORKs
Stage 2 and Stage 3 funding to ensure funds are distributed in
proportion to statewide needs. These needs shall recognize attrition
experience and family fees collected at the local level which shall
be
counted toward the funding available to meet those needs. The
department shall conduct monthly analyses of caseloads and

expenditures and adjust agency contract maximum reimbursement
amounts and allocations as necessary to ensure funds are distributed
proportional to need.

2. The department shall provide quarterly reports on the sufficiency
of
funding for Stage 2 and Stage 3 to the Department of Finance and the
Department of Social Services (DSS) and to the Legislative Analyst's
office. The department shall provide  caseloads, expenditures,
allocations, unit costs, family fees, and other key variables and
assumptions used in determining the sufficiency of state allocations.

Detailed backup by month and on a county-by-county basis shall be
provided to the DSS at least on a quarterly basis for comparisons
with
Stage 1 trends.

3. Any request from the child care reserve shall be based on the
information and analyses pursuant to the preceding paragraphs and
shall be made jointly and coordinated with the DSS to eliminate
duplication. In order to facilitate coordination, detailed backup by
month and on a county-by-county basis, if different from quarterly
data
provided pursuant to the previous paragraph, shall be provided to the

DSS to facilitate its analyses and comparison of overall CalWORKs
caseloads and related child care needs.

4. By September 15, 2000, and March 15, 2001, the department shall
ensure that detailed caseload and expenditure data, through the most
recent period for Stage 2 and Stage 3 along with all relevant
assumptions, is provided to DSS to facilitate budget development and
the May Revision, respectively. The detailed data provided shall
include actual and projected monthly caseload from Stage 2 scheduled
to time off of their transitional child care benefit through the
subsequent two fiscal years as well as local attrition experience.
DSS
shall utilize data provided by the State Department of Education,
including key variables from the final quarter of the prior fiscal
year
and the first two months of the 2001-02 fiscal year, to provide
coordinated estimates in November 2000 for each of the three stages
of care for preparation of the 2001-02 Governor's Budget, and shall
utilize data from the first two quarters of the 2000-01 fiscal year
for
preparation of the 2001 May Revision. DSS shall share its
assumptions and methodology with SDE in the preparation of the
2001-02 Governor's Budget.

5. As deemed necessary by the department for counties where there is
more than one Alternative Payment Program participating in Stage 2
and Stage 3, county welfare departments shall participate jointly
with
the Alternative Payment Programs, as applicable, to jointly determine

the amount of funds initially distributed to each Alternative Payment

Program. However, the State Department of Education may adjust
these allocations at any time for providers deemed by the State
Department of Education to be on conditional status and shall adjust
the allocations as necessary to ensure a distribution of funding
proportional to each alternative payment provider's documented need
pursuant to the analysis specified in this provision.

6. The State Department of Education shall determine, through survey
or mandatory reporting, and through use of consultant services as
necessary, the following information, which shall be provided by
September 1, 2000, to the Department of Finance for use in 2001-02
budget development, to the State and Consumer Services Agency for
the purpose of modeling the effects of child care reform options, and

to the Legislative Analyst's office:

(a) Profiles of the subsidized population, disaggregated for each
major program, sufficient to determine both the numbers and ages of
children and proportion of subsidized children and families in care
by
family income and family size; the numbers and proportions of
children on waiting lists who already have child care but desire
other
arrangements; the numbers and proportions of children utilizing more
than one type of subsidized child care; the work status of parents of

children receiving subsidized child care; the numbers and proportions

of children in full-time care and in part-time care; the ages of
children
at time of entry into a subsidized child care program; and the
numbers
and proportions of foster children receiving subsidized child care.

(b) For each major program, quantify the fees collected, provide the
number and proportion of children and families paying family fees,
and the number of children and families exempted from family fees
per income category by family size. In addition, identify and
classify
the reasons for fee exemptions and the costs of fee collection.

(c) Within and across all major programs, determine the monthly rates

of attrition of families. Also, for each program for selected
counties,
determine the number and percentage of new families receiving child
care due to any of the following reasons: child protective services
cases, foster care, seeking work, working, or in training programs
leading to work, and the relative distribution of new families
entering
the system by family income, and size. Also, determine how many
months families have been waiting for child care.

(d) Based on a statistically significant statewide sampling of actual

cases for each major alternative payment-based program, determine
the incidence, relative proportion, and dollar magnitude of actual
care
payments per child that are in excess of or below the current
mean-market rates. Classify the occurrences in the percentage
increments from the mean-market rate.

9. The Department of Finance is authorized to augment the
appropriation in this item for CalWORKs Stage 3 funding upon
demonstration by the State Department of Education that additional
funding is necessary. The Department of Finance shall provide written

notification to the chairperson of the fiscal committees of each
house
of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget
Committee at the time such augmentation is approved. 

10. Nonfederal funds appropriated by this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
maintenance of effort requirement established pursuant to the federal

Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be expended in any way that would
cause their disqualification as a federally allowable maintenance of
effort expenditure.

11. (a) In recognition of the extensive services currently provided
to
CalWORKs recipients, the increased level of services provided to
these populations by resource and referral agencies as provided for
in
this item, and the economies of scale that occur as contract amounts
have been multiplied since 1996-97, it is the intent of the
Legislature
that administrative and support services allowances for alternative
payment contractors serving these populations be limited to no more
than 25 percent of the direct cost of care payments to child care
providers. Therefore, notwithstanding any other provision of law or
regulation, the State Department of Education shall ensure that
contract provisions conform to this intent for Stages 2 and 3 child
care
contracts funded through Schedules (b)(5.1) and (b)(5.2) of this
item.

(b) Alternative Payment programs may vend families into state
subsidized centers and family day care homes operating under direct
contracts with the department when those centers and homes have
licensed capacity in excess of their state contract amount. However,
in
recognition of the child and family services and other administrative

and case management services provided by centers and homes which
are funded under the standard reimbursement rates paid to these
agencies, it is recognized that there is duplication in activities
normally provided by AP's and these providers. Therefore, it is the
intent of the Legislature that  administrative and support
services
allowances for alternative payment contractors vending to such
providers be limited to no more than 20 percent of the direct cost of

care payments to child care providers and that duplicative functions
become the obligation of the centers and homes for the families they
serve. Therefore, notwithstanding any other provision of law or
regulation, the State Department of Education shall ensure that
contract provisions conform to this intent for all child care
programs,
including but not limited to CalWORKs Stages 2 and 3.   
the
State Department of Education conduct a survey of each Alternative
Payment provider to determine the number and proportion of children
vended to state contracted care providers meeting requirements of
Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and report the results
to
the chairperson of the fiscal committees of each house of the
Legislature, the Legislative Analyst's office, and the Department of
Finance by September 1, 2000. 

12. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 of this act, the funds appropriated

in Schedule (d) of this item, for child development cost-of-living
adjustments, is for transfer to Schedules (a), (b)(1), (b)(2), (b)
(3),
(b)(4), (b)(6), (b)(7), (b)(8), and (b)(9) within this item.

13. Of the funds in Schedule (b)(3) of this item, up to $5,000,000
may
be used to establish or continue a pilot Migrant Alternative Payment
Network Program for central valley counties. This program shall
comply with the requirements approved pursuant to Provision 18 of
Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1998 (Ch.
324, Stats. 1998).

14. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, it is the intent of
the
Legislature that unearned contract amounts from General Funds or
Federal Funds appropriated for CalWORKs Stages 2 and 3 in any
prior year be used to offset direct service costs in CalWORKs Stage 2

child care in the 2000-01 fiscal year and each year thereafter.
Therefore, in order to account for these funds in determining the
budget, the Department of Education shall disencumber any amounts in
excess of a three percent reserve of the original contract amount for

each unaudited contract and shall provide a report by September 1,
2000 and April 1, 2001 of the available balances to the Department of

Finance. The Department of Education shall ensure child care audits
are closed out in a timely fashion to ensure savings are available in

the fiscal year budget following initial appropriation.

 15. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (b)(3) of this item,

$7,500,000 is for the half-year costs of expansion of migrant day
care
services. The amount must be used in conjunction with the $2,500,000
for the Migrant Education Even Start (MEES) program appropriated
in Item 6110-141-0001. The State Department of Education shall
develop a Request for Applications that will combine the
requirements of the two programs into a single program that shall be
called the Migrant Even Start Child Development Program.

16. Whenever state subsidized child care is provided for children of
the working poor or CalWORKs Stages 1, 2, or 3 in a licensed
daycare center that has a State Department of Education contract,
CalWORKs and the Alternative Payment Program may pay either the
regional market rate or state contract rate, irrespective of the
market
rate, provided no additional allocations are made by the state to the

county for this purpose for fiscal year 2000-01.

17. Prior to 2001 legislative budget committee hearings, the State
Department of Education shall do all the following: (a) develop
regulations, applicable to CalWORKs childcare and non-CalWORKs
child care, to provide for waivers of the 75 percent rule in any case

where the rule would interfere with a parent gaining timely access to

interfere with a parent gaining timely access to licensed childcare.

The regulations shall provide a mechanism for alternative payment
providers to grant waivers locally, with minimal burden on the
provider, the family, or the Alternative Payment Provider (APP). (b)
Survey APPs to determine whether providers are, in fact, charging the

maximum allowable state rate and report back to the appropriate
legislative budget subcommittee on its findings. 

6110-196-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education, for
payment to Item 6110-196-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  838,291,000 
 814,993,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds
appropriated
in this item, to the extent permissible under federal law, are
subject to
Section 8262 of the Education Code.

2. The funds appropriated in this item include the federal Child Care

and Development Block Grant and are contingent upon receipt of the
federal grant.

3. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $9,400,000
 
$9,700,000   in federal Child Care and Development Block
Grant funds appropriated by the federal government prior to the 1999
federal fiscal year shall be available on a one-time basis.

4. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $442,840,000

 $419,242,000   is from the transfer of funds from the
federal
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant
administered by the State Department of Social Services to the
federal
Child Care and Development Block Grants (CCDBG) for Stage 2
child care. This amount may be increased by transfer from the
CalWORKs child care reserve pursuant to Item 5180-401 of this act,
except that funds shall not be first transferred to the Child Care
Development Block Grant if those transfers result in an increase to
the
federal quality requirements beyond the level currently budgeted for
quality activities. 

5. Provision 9(a) of Item 6110-196-0001 also applies to this item.


6110-197-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.60.100--Instructional
Support-Improving School Effectiveness--Intersegmental Programs  . .

.  1,849,000 
 1,858,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated by this item are for transfer by the
Controller to Section A of the State School Fund, for allocation by
the
Superintendent of Public Instruction to school districts, county
offices
of education, and other educational agencies for purposes of the
Proposition 98 programs in this item, in lieu of the amounts
otherwise
provided in for those programs by statute.

2. Of the funds appropriated by this item,  $22,000
 
$25,000   is for the purpose of making adjustments for increases

in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26 percent and
$51,000
  1.45 percent and $57,000   is for the purpose of

providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of 
2.84
  3.17   percent.

6110-198-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to Section A of the
State School Fund, for allocation to school districts and county
offices
of education, in lieu of the amount that otherwise would be
appropriated pursuant to statute  . . .  83,071,000 

 78,445,000 

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.220-CalSAFE Academic and Supportive Services  . . .

18,661,000 
 18,681,000 

(b) 30.10.020-CalSAFE Child Care  . . .  37,237,000 

 38,331,000 

(c) 20.60.221-All Services for Non-converting Pregnant Minor
Programs  . . .  27,173,000 
 21,433,000 

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a school district or
county superintendent of schools operating, by October 1, 1999, a
School Age Parent and Infant Development Program pursuant to
Article 17 (commencing with Section 8390) of Chapter 2 of Part 6, a
Pregnant Minors Program pursuant to Chapter 6 (commencing with
Section 8900) of Part 6 and Section 2551.3, or a Pregnant and
Lactating Students Program pursuant to Sections 49553 and 49559, or
any combination thereof, that chooses to participate in the CalSAFE
program shall have priority for CalSAFE program funding for an
amount up to the dollar amount provided under those provisions in the

fiscal year prior to participation in the CalSAFE program, provided
an application is submitted and approved.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the 2000-01 CalSAFE
revenue limit for academic and supportive services shall be 
$6,684.60    $6,706  , calculated by multiplying
the
$6,500 base year revenue limit referenced in Education Code Section
54749(a)(1) by the cost-of-living adjustment for the 2000-01 fiscal
year for education programs pursuant to Section 42238.1 of the
Education Code.  However, for former Pregnant Minor Programs
completely converting to the new CalSAFE revenue limit formula and
other CalSAFE programs claiming instructional costs through a
separate revenue limit program which benefited by elimination of the
deficit factor, the CalSAFE revenue limit shall be $7,041 reflecting
the addition of $335 per ADA to provide the equivalent of a 6.996
percent increase to the estimated average instructional component.


3. The amounts in Schedules (a), (b), and (c) of this item are based
on
early estimates of the amounts required by existing programs for
operation of CalSAFE programs in 2000-01. Prior to releasing funds
appropriated by this item, the Department of Education shall secure
approval from the Department of Finance of its proposed allocation
plan. The plan shall specify each agency's recommended allocation
and supporting detail including the relevant revenue limit utilized,
average daily attendance, and number and cost for child care slots
funded in 1999-00 and estimated for 2000-01. The plan shall also
indicate the differences between fall 1999 estimates and the final
proposed allocations, and the reasons therefor.

4. Schedule (c) above is to provide funding for all child care, as
well
as both academic and supportive services for programs choosing to
retain their Pregnant Minor Program revenue limit. Notwithstanding
any other provision of law, the department shall compute allocations
to these agencies using the respective agencies' 1998-99 Pregnant
Minor Program revenue limit. Further, notwithstanding any other
provision of law, programs which choose to retain their Pregnant
Minor revenue limit rather than convert to the CalSAFE revenue limit
must provide child care within the revenue limit funding for children

of students comprising base year average daily attendance. To the
extent additional units of average daily attendance are authorized by

the department for growth for these agencies, academic and
supportive services reimbursement for such growth shall be computed
using the new CalSAFE revenue limit in accordance with Provision 2
herein. Growth funding for the child care component shall be equal to

the proportionate share of total child care costs for the specific
agency's program as determined by dividing the authorized growth in
student average daily attendance by the total authorized average
daily
attendance. 

5. (a) Local education agencies applying to operate a CalSAFE
program pursuant to Section 54749 may submit a timeline and a
corrective action plan for approval by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction on a case-by-case basis to extend implementation to no
later than June 30, 2001, of the child care and development
requirements as specified in paragraph (7) of subdivision (c) of
Section 54745 and subdivision (c) of Section 54746 of the Education
Code.

(b) Local education agencies applying to operate a CalSAFE program
pursuant to Section 2551.3 of the Education Code may submit a
timeline and a corrective action plan for approval by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction on a case-by-case basis to
extend
implementation to no later than June 30, 2001, of the following child

care and development physical environment requirements as specified
in Division 12, Article 7 of Title 22 of the California Code of
Regulations: Sections 101238 (d), 101238.2, 101238.3 (a), 101238.4
(b) and (c), 101239 (e), (h), and (i), and 101239.2 (2), and required

pursuant to paragraph (5) of subdivision (c) of Section 54746 of the
Education Code. If the Superintendent of Public Instruction finds
that a
local education agency that has submitted a timeline and a corrective

action plan pursuant to this section has not complied with all
provisions of the timeline and the corrective action plan as approved

by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the local education
agency
shall be ineligible for any funding pursuant to Section 2551.3 of the

Education Code after the mail date of written notification of
noncompliance to the local education agency.

(c) For teachers in CalSAFE child care programs operated pursuant to
Section 54749 of the Education Code, the Superintendent of Public
Instruction may waive the qualifications of paragraph (b) of
subdivision (c) of Section 54746 of the Education Code for the
2000-01 fiscal year, if the superintendent determines that the
existence
of compelling need is appropriately documented and the applicant is
making satisfactory progress toward securing a permit issued by the
Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

(d) For teachers in CalSAFE child care programs operated pursuant
to Section 2551.3 of the Education Code, the Superintendent of Public

Instruction may waive the qualifications of paragraph (b) of
subdivision (c) of Section 54746 of the Education Code until January
1, 2001, if the superintendent determines that the existence of
compelling need is appropriately documented and the applicant is
making satisfactory progress toward securing a permit issued by the
Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

6110-199-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Beginning Administrator/Beginning Counselor
Training Programs   . . . 8,000,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 is provided to
fund beginning counselor training programs, and $4,000,000 is
provided to fund beginning administrator training programs, subject
to
the establishment of these programs by legislation enacted during the

1999-2000 Regular Session. 

6110-200-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.60.037 Healthy Start Support Services
for Children Act  . . . 49,000,000

Provisions:

1. For purposes of allocating up to $10,000,000 of the funds
appropriated by this item, the State Department of Education shall
give priority to those applicants that address the needs of pregnant
and
parenting teenagers as specified in Chapter 311, Statutes of 1995.

2. The State Department of Education shall report to the Department
of Finance by October 1, 2000 on the relative demand for, and quality

of applications submitted for the 1999-00 and 2000-01 funding cycles.


6110-201-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98)  . . .  1,000,000 
 2,000,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30.20-Child Nutrition  . . .  1,800,000 
 2,800,000 

(b) Reimbursements  . . . -800,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount
appropriated in this item is for the purpose of providing grants to
school districts and county superintendents of schools during the
2000-01 school year for school breakfast program startup grants
pursuant to Section 49550.3 of the Education Code, and for
nonrecurring expenses incurred by a school district or county office
of
education in initiating or expanding a Summer Food Service Program
for children pursuant to Section 49547.5 of the Education Code
following criteria developed by the State Department of
Education. 

2. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of the item, $1,000,000
shall be used to provide start-up grants for the After School Snack
Program and to allow nonprofit agencies to participate in the
program.


6110-201-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 30.20-Child Nutrition, payable from the Federal Trust Fund
. . .  1,290,106,000 
 1,333,256,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30.20.010--Child Nutrition  . . .  1,267,331,000

 1,310,481,000 

(b) 30.20.040--Summer Food Service Program  . . . 22,775,000 

Provisions:

1. The Department of Education shall implement a pilot program for
the purpose of testing the participation of proprietary child care
centers in the Child and Adult Care Food Program in California. The
pilot program shall be implemented no later than January 2001.
Dependent on the outcomes of the pilot program, the department shall
work to ensure that a full statewide program is implemented in
California by July 1, 2001. 


6110-202-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education  . . .
 12,011,000 
 12,049,000 

Schedule:

(a) 30.20.010-Child Nutrition  . . .  12,011,000 
 12,049,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are for child nutrition programs
pursuant to Section 41311 of the Education Code. Claims for
reimbursement of meals pursuant to this appropriation shall be
submitted not later than September 30, 2001, to be eligible for
reimbursement.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, except as provided in
this provision, funds appropriated in this item shall be available
for
allocation in accordance with Section 49536 of the Education Code,
except that the allocation shall not be made based on all meals
served,
but based on the number of meals that are served and that qualify as
free or reduced-price meals in accordance with Sections 49501,
49550, and 49552 of the Education Code.

6110-203-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Program 30.20.010-Child Nutrition Programs, established pursuant to
Sections 41311, 49536, 49501, 49550, 49552, and 49559 of the
Education Code  . . .  65,435,000 
 65,769,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated by this item shall be allocated pursuant to
Section 41311 of the Education Code. Claims for reimbursement of
meals pursuant to this allocation shall be submitted by school
districts
on or before September 30, 2001, to be eligible for reimbursement.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law and except as
otherwise provided in these provisions, funds designed for child
nutrition programs by this item shall be allocated in accordance with

Section 49536 of the Education Code; however, that the allocation
shall be based not on all meals served, but on the number of meals
that
are served and that qualify as free or reduced price meals in
accordance with Sections 49501, 49550, and 49552 of the Education
Code.

3. Of the funds appropriated by this item,  $794,000
 
$914,000   is for the purpose of providing adjustments for
increases in average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26
percent
and $1,812,000    1.45 percent and $2,146,000   is
for
the purpose of providing a cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of

2.84    3.17   percent.

6110-204-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.10.014 for 7th and 8th Grade Math
Academies  . . .  18,000,000 
 21,500,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for the purposes of
funding
Math Academies for 7th and 8th grade pupils pursuant to legislation
to
be enacted during the 1999-00 Regular Session that becomes effective
on or before January 1, 2001. 

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for the 2000-01 fiscal

year the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall allocate a
minimum
of $6,980 for intensive instructional algebra academies in each
school
district for which the prior fiscal year enrollment of pupils in
grades
7-8 was greater than zero but less than 333 and that, in the 2000-01
fiscal year, offers at least 1,500 hours of supplemental algebra
instruction pursuant to this item. A small school district, as
described
above, that offers less than 1,500 hours of supplemental summer
school offerings shall receive a proportionate reduction in its
allocation. For the purpose of this provision, intensive
instructional
algebra academies means programs authorized under Section 53082
of the Education Code. 

6110-205-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program  10.10.014-   
10.10.140-
 Elementary School Intensive Reading Program, for transfer to
Section A of the State School Fund, for programs pursuant to Section
42239.1  . . . 86,176,000

6110-209-0001--For local assistance, State Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program  10.10.000.002   
10.10.090.002  -Teacher Dismissal Apportionments, for transfer
to Section A of the State School Fund and allocation by the
Controller
for payment of claims received pursuant to Section 44944 of the
Education Code  . . . 36,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $430  
 $490
  is for the purpose of making adjustments for increases in
average daily attendance at a rate of  1.26   
1.45 
percent and  $1,000    $1,090   is for the
purpose of
providing a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) at a rate of 
2.84
  3.17   percent.

6110-211-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.60.036 for Categorical Programs for
charter schools  . . .  22,584,000 
 22,747,000 

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are for the purpose of funding
additional costs of categorical funding for charter schools pursuant
to
Article 2 of Chapter 6 of Part 26.8 of the Education Code
(commencing with Section 47633).

6110-212-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.60-High-Risk Youth Education and
Public Safety Program  . . . 18,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer by the
Controller to Section A of the State School Fund, for allocation by
the
State Department of Education to school districts and county offices
of
education for costs incurred for the High-Risk First-Time Offenders
Program and the Transitioning High-Risk Youth Program pursuant to
Article 1 (commencing with Section 47760) of Chapter 2 of Part
26.95 of the Education Code. 

6110-216-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education, for
allocation to the Lewis Center for construction of a mission
operations center to house a control room and scientific research
equipment  . . . 4,499,000 

6110-224-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,

Year Round School Grant Program established pursuant to Article 3
(commencing with Section 42260) of Chapter 7 of Part 24 of the
Education Code  . . .  76,878,000 
 77,269,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.10.950.001-Implementation grants pursuant to Section 42262 of
the Education Code   . . .  1,320,000 
 1,327,800 

(b) 10.10.950.002-Operations grants  . . .  75,558,000

 75,941,200 

Provisions:

1. The following provisions govern funds appropriated for the Year
Round School Grant Program (Art. 3 (commencing with Sec. 42260),
Ch. 7, Pt. 24, Ed. C.):

(a) Applications for year-round school grants pursuant to Sections
42262 and 42263 of the Education Code shall be received annually by
the Superintendent of Public Instruction no later than September 1 of

the year for which payment is sought; applications received after
that
date may not be processed. If the funds available for a fiscal year
are
insufficient to fully fund all eligible grants pursuant to Sections
42262
and 42263 of the Education Code, the superintendent shall at that
time
provide all approved claims with a prorated  share of the funds made
available for those grants pursuant to this item.

(b) If a school district receives state reimbursement that is
specifically attributable to the cost of operating schools on a
year-round basis pursuant to a court-ordered or voluntary integration

program, the district shall be eligible for any portion of the
allowances for year-round school grants pursuant to Sections 42262
and 42263 of the Education Code for the 1997-98 fiscal year, but only

to the extent that the district incurs costs in the 1997-98 fiscal
year
specifically attributed to operating schools on a year-round basis,
as
audited and approved by the Controller, that exceed claims submitted
for state reimbursement and are deemed by the Controller to be
allowable costs for that year-round operation pursuant to Sections
42243.6 and 42249 of the Education Code for the 1997-98 fiscal year.

Funds may be distributed during the 1997-98 fiscal year pursuant to
this provision. However, the Controller shall audit, and may make
adjustments to, the funds distributed under this item in future
years.

2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $930,000
 
$1,070,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
growth at a rate of  1.26 percent and $2,123,000 
  1.45
percent and $2,374,000   is for the purpose of providing a
cost-of-living adjustment at a rate of  2.84  
3.17 
percent.

6110-226-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98)  . . . 14,608,000

Schedule:

(a) 20.60.020.001-Partnership Minigrants/Safe School Planning  . . .

628,000

(b) 20.60.020.012-Conflict Resolution  . . . 280,000

(c) 20.60.020.013-School Community Violence Prevention  . . .
700,000

(d) 20.60.020.008-School Community Policing  . . . 10,000,000

(e) 20.60.020.016-Safety Plans for New Schools  . . . 3,000,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (e) are available for
developing School Safety Plans pursuant  to Chapter 996,
Statutes
of 1999    to Chapter 996 of the Statutes of 1999 and
are to
be allocated through an application process to be determined by the
Department of Education  .

6110-228-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education, for
transfer to Section A of the State School Fund for allocation by the
Controller (Proposition 98), Program 20.60.020.011-School Safety  .
. .  72,087,000 
 124,087,000 

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are available to fund block
grants for middle and junior high schools and high schools that serve

grades 8 to 12, inclusive, pursuant to Chapter 51, Statutes of 1999.


2. Of the amount provided, $1,000,000 shall be made available for
County Offices of Education pursuant to Chapter 645, Statutes of
1999. 

3. Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be
available for hate violence prevention, if legislation is enacted
during
the 1999-2000 Regular Session that establishes a Hate Violence
Prevention Program. 

6110-229-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20-Teacher Recruitment Centers  . . .
9,400,000

Provisions:

1. These funds are to be allocated to the Sacramento County Office of

Education to establish and oversee Teacher Recruitment Centers in
five regions for the purpose of increasing the hiring of fully
credentialed teachers in low-performing schools, pursuant to
legislation enacted during the 1999-2000 Regular Session that
becomes operative on or before January 1, 2001.

6110-231-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for transfer by the Controller to Section A of the
State School Fund, for allocation by the Superintendent of Public
Instruction to school districts and county offices of education for
the
purpose of the Proposition 98 educational programs specified in
subdivision (b) of Section 12.40 of this act  . . . 67,831,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item $67,831,000 shall be
allocated to all school districts and county offices of education in
the
state on the basis of an equal amount per unit of average daily
attendance for the Proposition 98 educational programs specified in
subdivision (b) of Section 12.40 of this act.

6110-232-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98) for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund,
Program 10.26, Program to Reduce Class Size in Two Courses in
Grade 9 pursuant to Chapter 6.8 (commencing with Section 52080) of
Part 28 of the Education Code  . . .  165,025,000 
 166,970,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $4,557,000
 
$5,136,000   is provided for cost-of-living adjustments
(COLAs).

6110-234-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 10.25, for transfer by the Controller to
Section A of the State School Fund, for allocation by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction for the Class Size Reduction
Program pursuant to Chapter 6.10 (commencing with Section 52120)
of Part 28 of the Education  Code  . . .  1,561,109,000

 1,566,118,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $43,111,000
 
$48,120,000   is provided for cost-of-living adjustments
(COLAs).

6110-234-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education,
Program 10.27, for allocation to local educational agencies for the
federal class size reduction program, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund  . . .  129,142,000 
 139,961,000 

Provisions:

1. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall allocate funds to
local educational agencies in accordance with the federal class size
reduction program funding formula.

2. Local educational agencies shall expend the funds appropriated in
this item consistent with the federal Department of Education annual
appropriations act and as modified by all relevant federal waiver
decisions.

3. To the maximum extent allowable by the federal class size
reduction program, local educational agencies are strongly
encouraged to reduce class sizes in up to two grade 10 classes,
including one English course, to an average size of 20 pupils per
certificated teacher.

6110-235-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.80 for transfer by the Controller to
Section A of the State School Fund, for allocation by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction for supplemental grants pursuant

to Sections 54761.2 and 54761.3 of the Education Code  . . . 

221,556,000 
 221,978,000 

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $3,285,000
 
$3,051,000   is for the purpose of providing an adjustment for
increases in average daily attendance and  $6,118,000
 
$6,774,000   is for the purpose of providing a cost-of-living
adjustment (COLA).

2. The funds appropriated in this item shall be allocated by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction to participating school
districts in
accordance with a schedule maintained by the State Department of
Education.

6110-240-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98)  . . .  12,550,000 
 12,583,000 

Schedule:

(a) 10.80.030-Instruction: International Baccalaureate Program  . . .

 1,050,000 
 1,083,000 

(b) 20.10-Instructional Support: Curriculum Services  . . .
10,000,000

(c) 20.70-Instructional Support: Assessments  . . . 1,500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (a) of this item shall be for
the
International Baccalaureate Diploma Program authorized by Chapter
12.5 (commencing with Section 52920) of Part 28 of the Education
Code.

2. The funds appropriated in Schedule (b) of this item shall be for
the
College Preparation Partnership Program authorized by Chapter 8
(commencing with Section 60830) of Part 33 of the Education Code.

3. The funds appropriated in Schedule (c) of this item shall be for
grants for advanced placement  examination fees as authorized by
Chapter 8.3 (commencing with Section 52244) of Part 28 of the
Education Code.

6110-243-0001--For local assistance, Department  of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.10-Instructional Support--Curriculum
Services, for the purposes of the Academic Improvement and
Achievement Act as specified in Chapter 12 (commencing with
Section 11020) of Part 7 of the Education Code  . . . 5,000,000

6110-280-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), Program 20.40.100-High Risk Youth  . . . 600,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item are for allocation by the
State
Department of Education to the Los Angeles Unified School District
for services to at-risk youth that participate in a program that
meets
the criteria specified in subdivision (a) of Section 41 of Chapter
299
of the Statutes of 1997.

6110-295-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education
(Proposition 98), for reimbursement, in accordance with the
provisions of Section 6 of Article XIII B of the California
Constitution or Section 17561 of the Government Code, of the cost of
any new program or increased level of service of an existing program
mandated by statute or executive order, for disbursement by the State

Controller  . . .  154,420,000 
 154,617,000 

Schedule:

(1) 98.01.003.677-Annual Parent  Notification (Ch. 36, Stats. 1977,
et
al.)  . . .  3,487,000 
 3,491,000 

(2) 98.01.007.778-Absentee Ballots-Schools (Ch. 77, Stats. 1978 and
Ch. 920, Stats. 1994)  . . .  1,260,000 
 1,261,000 

(3) 98.01.008.786-School Discipline Rules (Ch. 87, Stats. 1986)  . .
.
 1,678,000 
 1,681,000 

(4)  98.01.009.874    98.01.009.894 
-Caregiver
Affidavits (Ch. 98, Stats. 1994)  . . .  372,000 
 377,000 

(5) 98.01.016.093-School District of Choice Transfer and Appeals
(Ch. 160, Stats. 1993)  . . .  9,937,000 
 9,939,000 

(6) 98.01.013.487-Pupil Suspensions: District Employee Reports
(Ch. 134, Stats. 1987 et al.)  . . . 995,000

(7) 98.01.016.193-Intradistrict Attendance (Ch. 161, Stats. 1993)  .
. .
5,124,000

(8) 98.01.017.201-Interdistrict Attendance (Ch. 172, Stats. 1986)  .
. .
 1,740,000 
 1,742,000 

(9) 98.01.017.286-Interdistrict Transfer Parent's Employment (Ch.
172, Stats. 1986)  . . .  1,080,000 
 1,082,000 

(10) 98.01.048.675-Test Claims and Reimbursement Claims (Ch.
486, Stats. 1975)  . . .  11,530,000 
 11,544,000 

(11) 98.01.049.801-Graduation Re  quirements (Ch. 498, Stats.

1993)  . . . 13,525,000  

    quirements (Ch. 498, Stats. 1983)  . . . 13,533,000 

(12) 98.01.049.802-Notices of Truancy (Ch. 498, Stats. 1983)  . . .
 7,753,000 
 7,765,000 

(13) 98.01.049.803-Pupil Expulsions/Expulsion Appeals (Ch. 498,
Stats. 1983 et al.)  . . . 2,363,000

(14) 98.01.062.492-Schoolbus Safety (Ch. 624, Stats. 1992)  . . .

912,000 
 913,000 

(15) 98.01.064.186-Open Meetings Act (Ch. 641, Stats. 1986)  . . .
 3,302,000 
 3,306,000 

(16) 98.01.066.878-Pupil Exclusions (Ch. 668, Stats. 1978)  . . .
377,000

(17) 98.01.078.192-Charter Schools (Ch. 781, Stats. 1992)  . . .

581,000 
 582,000 

(18) 98.01.078.395-Investment Reports (Ch. 783, Stats. 1995)  . . .
153,000

(19) 98.01.079.980-PERS Death Benefits (Ch. 799, Stats. 1980)  . . .

 750,000 
751,000 

(20) 98.01.081.891-AIDS Prevention Instruction (Ch. 818, Stats.
1991)  . . .  3,028,000 
 3,036,000 

(21) 98.01.096.175-Collective Bargaining (Ch. 961, Stats. 1975)  . .
.
 39,401,000 
 39,466,000 

(22) 98.01.096.501-Pupil Classroom Suspension (Ch. 965, Stats.
1977)  . . .  1,738,000 
 1,747,000 

(23) 98.01.096.577-Public Health Screenings (Ch. 965, Stats. 1977)  .

. .  3,121,000 
 3,128,000 

(24) 98.01.097.595-Physical Performance Tests (Ch. 975, Stats.
1995)  . . . 1,145,000

(25) 98.01.101.184-Juvenile Court Records (Ch. 1011, Stats. 1984)  .

. . 327,000

(26) 98.01.110.784-Removal of Chemicals (Ch. 1107, Stats. 1984)  . .

.  1,265,000 
 1,268,000 

(27) 98.01.111.789-Law Enforcement Agency Notifications (Ch.
1117, Stats. 1989)  . . .  1,467,000 
 1,470,000 

(28) 98.01.117.677-Immunization Records (Ch. 1176, Stats. 1977)  . .

.  3,344,000 
 3,353,000 

(29) 98.01.118.475-Habitual Truants (Ch. 1184, Stats. 1975)  . . .
5,255,000

(30) 98.01.121.391-Collective Bargaining Agreement Disclosures
(Ch. 1213, Stats. 1991)  . . . 264,000

(31) 98.01.125.375-Expulsion Transcripts (Ch. 1253, Stats. 1975)  . .

. 27,000

(32) 98.01.128.488-Pupil Suspensions: Parents Classroom Visits
(Ch. 1284, Stats. 1988)  . . . 992,000

(33) 98.01.130.689-Notification to Teachers of Public Expulsion
(Ch. 1306, Stats. 1989)  . . .  2,774,000 
 2,778,000 

(34) 98.01.134.780-Scoliosis Screening (Ch. 1347, Stats. 1980)  . . .

 2,179,000 
 2,183,000 

(35) 98.01.139.874-PERS Unused Sick Leave Credit (Ch. 1398,
Stats. 1974)  . . .  3,101,000 
 3,107,000 

(36) 98.01.146.389-School Accountability Report Cards (Ch. 1463,
Stats. 1989)  . . . 2,059,000

(37) 98.01.160.784-School Crimes Reporting (Ch. 1607, Stats. 1984)
. . .  1,512,000 
 1,516,000 

(38) 98.01.165.984-Emergency Procedures (Ch. 1659, Stats. 1984)  .
. .  13,841,000 
 13,855,000 

(39) 98.01.167.584-School Testing-Physical Fitness (Ch. 1675, Stats.

1984)  . . .  661,000 
 662,000 

Provisions:

1. Except as provided in Provisions 2 and 3 of this item, allocations

of funds shall be made by the Controller in accordance with the
provisions of each statute or executive order that mandates the
reimbursement of the costs, and shall be audited to verify the actual

amount of the mandated costs in accordance with subdivision (d) of
Section 17561 of the Government Code. Audit adjustments to prior
year claims may be paid from this item. Funds appropriated by this
item may be used to provide reimbursement pursuant to Article 5
(commencing with Section 17615) of Chapter 4  of Part 7 of Division
4 of Title 2 of the Government Code.

2. If any of the scheduled amounts are insufficient to provide full
reimbursement of costs, the State Controller may, upon approval of
the Director of Finance in writing, augment those deficient amounts
from the unencumbered balance of any other scheduled amounts
therein. No order may be issued pursuant to this provision unless
written notification of the necessity therefor is provided to the
chairperson of the committee in each house of the Legislature which
considers appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee or his or her designee.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated

in Schedules (19) and (35) are for transfer to the Public Employees'
Retirement System for reimbursement of costs incurred pursuant to
Chapter 1398 of the Statutes of 1974 or Chapter 799 of the Statutes
of
1980.

6110-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department of Education  . . .
 7,958,000 
 7,784,000 

Schedule:

California School for the Blind, Fremont:

(1) 80.60.005-Health Services Faci- lity--Construction  . . .

2,010,000 
 1,868,000 

(2) 80.60.025-Young Children's Housing--Preliminary plans and
working drawings  . . .  73,000 
 87,000 

California School for the Deaf, Fremont:

(3) 80.75.020-Pupil Personnel Services--Preliminary plans and
working drawings  . . . 257,000

California School for the Deaf, Riverside:

(4) 80.80.010-Middle School Facilities--Construction  . . . 
5,618,000 
 5,572,000 

6110-401--For maintenance of accounting records by the Controller's
office and the Department of Education or any other agency
maintaining such records, appropriations made in this act for agency
6110 (Department of Education) are to be recorded under agency
6100 (Department of Education).

6110-402--Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, no
funds appropriated in this act, or by any act enacted prior to the
enactment of this act, shall be, in the absence of a court order,
deemed
appropriated or available for expenditure for purposes of claims for
vocational education average daily attendance arising from Section
46140 of the Education Code as it read prior to the enactment of
Chapter 1230 of the Statutes of 1977.

6110-403--In the event the bonds authorized for the Capital Area Plan

project in Chapter 761, Statutes of 1997 are not sold, the Department

of Education shall commit a sufficient portion of its support
appropriation, as determined by the Department of Finance, which is
provided for in this Budget Act to repay any interim financing. It is
the
intent of the Legislature that this commitment shall be included in
future Budget Acts until all interim financing is repaid either
through
the proceeds from the sale of bonds or from an appropriation.

6110-485--Reappropriation (Proposition 98) Department of
Education. The sum of  $119,375,375  
$214,822,000
  is reappropriated from the Proposition 98 Reversion Account,
for the following purposes:

0001--General Fund

(a) $8,000,000 for transfer to Section A of the State School Fund
for
reimbursement by the Controller of voluntary desegregation claims
from Alameda Unified School District ($3,000,000), Delano Unified
School District, ($3,000,000), and Visalia Unified School District
($2,000,000) to provide one-time funding for 1999-00 costs received
pursuant to Sections 42247 and 42249 of the Education Code.

(b)  $16,764,000    $29,944,000   to the
State
Department of Education for allocation to SELPAs to fully fund the
1999-00 deficit in the special education program.

(c)  $86,600,000    $105,100,000   to the
State
Department of Education to fund grants to school districts for the
Digital High School Program, established pursuant to Chapter 8.5
(commencing with Section 52250) of Part 28 of the Education Code.

(d)  $1,400,000    $3,650,000   to the
State
Department of Education for allocation to the California Technology
Assistance Project (CTAP) to provide assistance to local education
agencies implementing the Digital High School Program. The CTAP
shall provide the necessary assistance to help schools successfully
apply and receive funding to implement the Digital High School
Program.

(e) $1,000,000 to the State Department of Education for allocation to

the Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT) to
provide professional management assistance to school districts.

(f) $4,491,000 to the State Department of Education to fully fund the

1997-98 deficit in remedial summer school programs offered pursuant
to Section 37252 of the Education Code.

(g)  $800,375    $725,000   to the State
Department
of Education to fully fund the 1998-99 deficit in the child nutrition

program.

(h) $320,000 to the State Department of Education for allocation to
FCMAT for the purposes of implementing the Student Friendly
Services Through Technology Project. 

(i) $12,800,000 to the State Department of Education for the purpose
of funding FCMAT's administration and implementation of the local
                                          California School
Information Services project.

(j) $25,000,000 to the State Department of Education for allocation
to
the Charter School Revolving Loan Fund, pursuant to Section 41365
of the Education Code.

(k) $5,000,000 to the State Department of Education for the purpose
of funding stipends for teachers attending English Language Learner
(ELL) institutes.

(l) $17,650,000 to the State Department of Education for the purpose
of funding prior year mandate claims listed in the 2000-01 Mandate
Claims Bill.

(m) $1,000,000 to the State Department of Education for the purpose
of funding one-time costs of the High Tech High School in the San
Diego Unified School District.

(n) $142,000 to the State Department of Education for the purpose of
funding the increase in bilingual pay at the State Special Schools.


Provisions:

1. (a) The funds reappropriated in subdivision (e) of this item shall
be
for the purpose of providing technical assistance to school districts
in
hiring and related personnel practices, in order to improve their
ability to hire fully credentialed teachers. This technical
assistance
shall be provided to school districts participating in the
recruitment
consortia established pursuant to legislation enacted in the 1999-00
Regular Session that becomes effective on or before January 1, 2001.

FCMAT shall give first priority to districts in the recruitment
consortia that employ a high number of teachers holding emergency
permits.

(b) By July 1, 2001, FCMAT shall report to the chairs and vice chairs

of the appropriate fiscal and policy committees of the Legislature,
the
 Office    office   of Secretary for
Education, the
Department of Finance, and the Legislative Analyst's  Office

  office   on their implementation of this program. 

2. Of the funds reappropriated in subdivision (d) of this item,
$2,000,000 shall be for CTAP to conduct an education technology
survey and $250,000 shall be for CTAP to assist local education
agencies in developing technology plans for obtaining available
education technology resources.

3. Of the funds reappropriated in subdivision (i) of this item,
$4,200,000 shall be for the State Department of Education for
allocation to FCMAT for the purposes of funding FCMAT's
administration and implementation of the local California School
Information Services project. The balance of $8,600,000 shall be set
aside for allocation for the local California School Information
Services project. The funds for the local project shall be
transferred
only if education telecommunications funds do not materialize.

6110-486--Reappropriation, State Department of Education.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following specified
balances are reappropriated from the following citations, for the
purposes specified, and shall be available for encumbrance and
expenditure until June 30, 2001:

0001--General Fund

(1) $2,774,000 or any unencumbered balance as of June 30, 1999,
from Item 6110-181-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999). These funds shall be available for local
assistance grants for the Education Technology Staff Development
Program grades 4 through 8 pursuant to Chapter 1339 (commencing
with Section 44730) of Part 25 of the Education Code during the
2000-01 fiscal year.

(2) $5,500,000 or any unencumbered balance as of June 30, 1999,
from Item 6110-184-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999). These funds shall be available for local
assistance grants pursuant to Chapter 8.5 (commencing with Section
52250 of Part 28 of the Education Code during the 2000-01 fiscal
year.

6110-487--Reappropriation, State Department of Education.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following specified
balances are reappropriated from the following citations, for the
purposes specified, and shall be available for encumbrance and
expenditure until June 30, 2001:

0001--General Fund

(a) The balance of the unencumbered funds appropriated for the
purpose of Chapter 6.10 (commencing with Section 52120) of Part 28
of the Education Code for the 1998-99 fiscal year shall be made
available, on a one-time basis, to the State Department of Education
to
fund eligible districts at $40,000 per new class started in the
1999-00
school year for which the district did not previously receive
facility
funding.

(b) Funds allocated to school districts pursuant to this section
shall be
expended solely for the purpose of facilities-related costs
associated
with the implementation of Chapter 6.10 (commencing with Section
52120) of Part 28 of the Education Code for new classes started in
the
1999-00 school year.

(c) It is the intent of the Legislature that eligible teaching
stations not
funded from the funds allocated in this section, be funded from funds

available from Proposition 1A.

6110-488--Reappropriation, State Department of Education.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following amount is
hereby reappropriated from the Proposition 98 Reversion Account for
the purposes specified, and shall be available for encumbrance and
expenditure until June 30, 2001:

(1) $12,000,000 shall be available for the administration and scoring

of writing prompts for grades 4 and 7 on the STAR examination
authorized by Section 60640 of the Education Code during the
2000-01 fiscal year. 

6110-494--Reappropriation, Department of Education.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following specified
balances are reappropriated from the following citations, for the
purposes specified, and shall be available for encumbrance and
expenditure until June 30, 2001:

Provisions:

1.  $12.5 million    $26,553,000   of the
unliquidated federal fund balances as of June 30, 1999, from
Schedules (b)(5.1) and (b)(5.2) of Item 6110-196-0001 of Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 1998 (Ch. 324, Stats. 1998) shall be
available only for expenditure for CalWORKs Stage 2 slots.

2. Notwithstanding Section 8278 of the Education Code,  $25.5

million    $14,660,000   of the unliquidated
General
Fund balances as of June 30, 1999, from Schedules (b)(5.1) and
(b)(5.2) of Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of
1998
(Ch. 324, Stats. 1998) shall be available only for expenditure for
CalWORKs Stage 2 slots.

3. Notwithstanding Section 8278 of the Education Code, $3 million of
the unencumbered balance as of June 30, 2000, from funds
appropriated in Schedule (c) of Item 6110-196-0001 of the Budget
Act of 1999 (Chapter 50, Statutes of 1999) and from funds
appropriated pursuant to Provision 2 of Item 6110-490 of Section
2.00 of the Budget Act of 1999 (Chapter 50, Statutes of 1999) for
After School Programs shall be available for three year grants to
regional centers established pursuant to Chapter 318, Statutes of
1998,
for the purpose of serving as a centralized resource for technical
assistance and training on best practices in areas such as program
content, local financing, including establishment of long-term
partnership funds, staffing, and managing programs for
accountability.

4. The unencumbered balances as of June 30, 2000, from General
Funds appropriated in Item 6110-196-0001 of Section 2.00 of the
Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999) with the exception of
Schedules (b)(5.1), (b)(5.2), and (c), shall be  transferred
to the
Child Care Facilities Revolving Fund established pursuant to Section
8278.3 of the Education Code.    available as follows:

(a) $10,000,000 for phase one implementation of the CalWORKs
center-based pilot program authorized in Provision 10 of Item
6110-196-0001 of the Budget Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999), to
convert CalWORKs child care slots from Alternative Payment
Providers (APPs) to direct contract centers. In recognition of the
need
to redirect funded child care slots from APPs to centers, and in
order
to reduce the uncertainty in funding for both APPs and centers during

this phase of program implementation, it is the intent of the
Legislature
that this appropriation be used by the State Department of Education
(CDE) to temporarily augment center-based contracts for slots
transferring throughout the 2000-01 fiscal year. APPs shall not
backfill the slots; contracts for APPs and centers will be
permanently
adjusted in the following fiscal year. The CDE shall report to
Department of Finance and the Office of the Legislative Analyst by
March 31, 2001, regarding the status of Phase I of this pilot program

and an update to the overall pilot implementation plan. This report
shall include, but not be limited to, information on the number of
slots
converted to date, the amount of funds expended pursuant to this
provision, and projections through both the end of the year and for
future phases. It is the intent of the Legislature that any savings
resulting from this provision and any unused temporary funds be
utilized in subsequent fiscal years to facilitate future conversions
in
accordance with the plan submitted by the CDE pursuant to the Budget
Act of 1999 (Ch. 50, Stats. 1999).

(b) $1,740,000 for grants for facility renovation and repair
contracts
necessary to meet health and safety standards and to comply with the
federal Ame