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Statement by the Legislative Analyst to the Senate Finance Committee

May 14, 1984 - Statement by the Legislative Analyst to the Senate Finance Committee

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Remarks by the Legislative Analyst to the Independent Cities Association's Twenty-Fourth Annual Seminar

May 5, 1984 - Remarks by the Legislative Analyst to the Independent Cities Association's Twenty-Fourth Annual Seminar in Rancho Bernardo, California

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Statement by the Legislative Analyst to the Senate and Assembly Judiciary Committee

May 4, 1984 - Statement by the Legislative Analyst to the Senate and Assembly Judiciary Committee, Los Angeles, California

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Remarks to the California State University Executive Council

May 1, 1984 - Remarks to the California State University Executive Council, State University House, Los Angeles, California

Report

Evaluation of the Energy and Resources Fund

May 1, 1984 - Chapter 899, Statutes of 1980, created the Energy and Resources Fund (ERF) and designated it as one of eight special funds to receive allocations from tidelands oil revenues. Under the provisions of Ch 899/80, the ERF will terminate on June 30, 1984. This measure requires the Legislative Analyst to review the programs and projects funded from the ERF and submit an evaluation to the Legislature, including any recommendations for changes in the statutory funding criteria or priorities. This report is submitted pursuant to that requirement.

Report

Evaluation of the Energy and Resources Fund

May 1, 1984 - Chapter 899, Statutes of 1980, created the Energy and Resources Fund (ERF) and designated it as one of eight special funds to receive allocations from tidelands oil revenues. Under the provisions of Ch 899/80, the ERF will terminate on June 30, 1984. This measure requires the Legislative Analyst to review the programs and projects funded from the ERF and submit an evaluation to the Legislature, including any recommendations for changes in the statutory funding criteria or priorities. This report is submitted pursuant to that requirement.

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Remarks by the Legislative Analyst to the Channel Counties Division of the League of California Cities

April 27, 1984 - Remarks by the Legislative Analyst to the Channel Counties Division of the League of California Cities

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American Association of University Women

April 26, 1984 - Presentation to the American Association of University Women.

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Remarks to the Municipal Management Assistants

April 6, 1984 - Remarks to the Municipal Management Assistants (League of California Cities)

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Legislative Decision-Making Under Severe Resource Constraints

April 4, 1984 - How legislative bodies make decisions when revenues are not sufficient to maintain existing services.

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Remarks to the Orange County Chamber of Commerce

April 3, 1984 - Remarks to the Orange County Chamber of Commerce, Mansion Inn, Sacramento, California

Report

Implementation of the Early Retirement Program as Authorized by SB 307 Chapter 680/1982

April 2, 1984 - On August 30, 1982, SB 307 was signed into law (Chapter 680, Statutes of 1982). This legislation provided the authority for the Governor to implement what is commonly referred to as the early retirement or "golden handshake" program. The purpose of the legislation was to provide State management with a mechanism to reduce the impact of or to avoid the necessity for personnel reductions by making early retirement available to eligible employees (it should be noted that the program was not intended to be an employee benefit program).

Report

The Use of Lease-Purchase Arrangements to Acquire State Prisons

April 1, 1984 - The State of California has a pressing need to provide more capacity to house inmates in the state's prison system. As of March 1984, there were 38,482 inmates in the prison system which has a design capacity for only 27,000 inmates. Moreover, the Department of Corrections expects the inmate population to increase to 52,345 by 1987.

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The Use of Lease or Lease-Purchase Arrangements to Acquire State Prisons

April 1, 1984 - The State of California has a pressing need to provide more capacity to house inmates in the state's prison system. As of March 1984, there were 38,482 inmates in the prison system which has a design capacity for only 27,000 inmates. Moreover, the Department of Corrections expects the inmate population to increase to 52,345 by 1987.

Report

Hazardous Substances Control Programs

March 29, 1984 - Statement of the Legislative Analyst to the Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy.