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§ 573. Contents of Draft Nonfederal Cost-Sharing Report.

23 CA ADC § 573Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 23. Waters
Division 2. Department of Water Resources
Chapter 4.5. Financial Assistance for Flood Management Projects and Small Flood Management Projects
23 CCR § 573
§ 573. Contents of Draft Nonfederal Cost-Sharing Report.
The Draft Nonfederal Cost-Sharing Report shall contain the following substantiating information taken from the Federal Feasibility Study Report and other supporting documents:
(a) A description of the Project.
(b) The Project's proposed contribution for each of the multipurpose Objectives:
(1) For the Habitat Objective:
(A) A narrative description of the elements of the Project that contribute to the Habitat Objective and the types of habitat that are created, protected or enhanced by this Project; and
(B) The method of calculating the percentage of the estimated Nonfederal Capital Costs that contribute to the Habitat Objective.
(2) For the Open Space Objective:
(A) A narrative description of the elements of the Project that contribute to the Open Space Objective; and
(B) The method of calculating the percentage of estimated Nonfederal Capital Costs that contribute to the Open Space Objective.
(3) For the Recreation Objective:
(A) A narrative description of the elements of the Project that contribute to the Recreation Objective;
(B) The method used to calculate the accessible and inaccessible areas of Project works, and the method of determining any areas withdrawn from public access because such access would constitute a threat to public safety or habitat, or would constitute a trespass on private property; and
(C) The method of calculating the percentage of the estimated Nonfederal Capital Costs that contribute to the Recreation Objective.
(4) For the Combination Objective:
(A) A narrative description of the elements of the Project that contribute to the Combination Objective; and
(B) The rationale used in determining the Project's contribution towards the Combination Objective.
(5) For the Disadvantaged Area Objective:
(A) A narrative description of the elements of the Project that contribute to the Disadvantaged Area Objective; and
(B) The rationale used in determining the Project's contribution towards the Disadvantaged Area Objective.
1. The method used to calculate the Project's contribution towards the Disadvantaged Area Objective. Provide detailed calculations regarding the increased level of flood protection for the Benefited Area, the Benefited Area Median Annual Household Income and Disadvantaged Area determination.
2. The source documentation used to evaluate the potential contribution, including publication and compilation dates. The latest U.S. Census Bureau data is the preferred choice of data source. All data that is used for evaluation must be applicable to the most recent data available, originate from reliable sources and have details given down to the census geographic unit (for example, Block Group, Tract, city, county, etc.).
3. A map of the Benefited Area clearly showing identified boundaries of flood protection levels and census Blocks, Block Groups, and Tracts. Blocks chosen for evaluation must lie at least fifty percent within the Benefited Area.
(6) For the State Facilities Objective:
(A) A narrative description of the State Water Supply Facilities and State Transportation Facilities receiving an increase in flood protection from this Project; and
(B) The rationale used in determining the Project's contribution towards the State Facilities Objective.
1. The method used to calculate the Project's contribution towards the State Facilities Objective. Provide specific details regarding flood protection improvement and the effect upon State Water Supply Facilities and State Transportation Facilities.
2. A map of the Benefited Area clearly showing identified boundaries of flood protection levels and State Water Supply Facilities and State Transportation Facilities.
(c) The following estimated costs:
(1) Total Capital Cost;
(2) The nonfederal share of the Total Capital Cost;
(3) The Nonfederal Capital Costs of fish, wildlife, and recreation mitigation;
(4) The nonfederal planning and engineering costs;
(5) The total annual value of the benefit of providing flood protection; and
(6) The annual benefit and cost of the Project allocable to flood management.
(d) The Sponsor's estimated share of the capital cost of the Project towards each of the five multipurpose Objectives (Water Code Sections 12585.7(d)(1) through (d)(5)).

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Note: Authority cited: Sections 12585.7 and 12601, Water Code. Reference: Sections 12582.7 and 12585.7, Water Code.
History
1. New section filed 10-6-2009; operative 11-5-2009 (Register 2009, No. 41).
2. Amendment filed 7-5-2012; operative 8-4-2012 (Register 2012, No. 27).
This database is current through 5/17/24 Register 2024, No. 20.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 23, § 573, 23 CA ADC § 573
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