The board may only use for the payment of the acquisition, construction, completion, maintenance, or insurance of any project undertaken under the authority of this chapter, the proceeds of revenue bonds issued and sold by the board, or the revenues from such project.

The following provisions of this section shall only be applicable to projects in counties containing a population of 4,000,000 or more.

Terms Used In California Government Code 26309

  • Bonds: as used in this chapter means the written evidence of any obligation incurred by the board payable out of revenues as provided in this chapter in order to secure funds with which to carry out the purposes of this chapter irrespective of the form of such obligation whether in the form of bonds, notes, debentures, interest bearing certificates or other forms prescribed by the board. See California Government Code 26399
  • Fiscal year: The fiscal year is the accounting period for the government. For the federal government, this begins on October 1 and ends on September 30. The fiscal year is designated by the calendar year in which it ends; for example, fiscal year 2006 begins on October 1, 2005 and ends on September 30, 2006.
  • Revenue: as used in this chapter shall mean all fees, rates, charges, rentals or other income and revenue actually received or receivable by or for the account of the board from the operation of any particular project including without limiting the generality of the foregoing interest allowed on any moneys or securities and any proceeds derived from the sale of any securities and any consideration in any way derived from the particular project owned, operated or maintained by the board. See California Government Code 26400

If at the beginning of any fiscal year it is estimated that the revenues from the project will be insufficient to meet the bond interest and redemption requirements and the operation and maintenance requirements of any indenture entered into in connection with the issuance of revenue bonds for the project, the board may, by a four-fifths vote, advance an amount of money which, when added to any other funds available for that purpose, will be sufficient to maintain and operate the project for the year. Any such advance shall only be available for expenditure under terms and conditions prescribed by the board and shall be repaid from the first revenues of the project which can legally be made available for that purpose under the revenue bond indenture.

If the board of supervisors determines that any lands within the project are not suitable for revenue-producing use but can be used for public beaches, parks or other facilities for general public nonrevenue-producing use, it may adopt a resolution setting aside specific lands for such use. If the board of supervisors determines that the revenues of the project will be impaired by setting aside any such lands, provision shall be made for monthly payments into the revenue fund of an amount not less than the amount of such impairment, but not to exceed the fair rental value of the land.

(Amended by Stats. 1965, Ch. 761.)