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Review of State Waste to Energy Programs

February 29, 1984 - Statement to the Senate Special Committee on Solid and Hazardous Waste February 29, 1984. As requested by the Committee, we have prepared this review of state programs that involve, in one way or another, the conversion of nonhazardous solid wastes to energy. This review consists of three sections. The first section deals with the conversion of biomass wastes to energy; the second section with the conversion of municipal solid waste (MSW) to energy; and the third section summarizes the role of state financing authorities and of tax incentives in promoting the conversion of wastes to energy.

Presentation

March on the Capitol

February 28, 1984 - Presented to League of California Cities in the Sacramento Convention Center

Presentation

Remarks to the Department of Finance Staff

February 24, 1984 - Remarks to the Department of Finance Staff

Report

Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill

February 22, 1984 - Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill

Report

Summary of Recommended Legislative Changes Contained in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill

February 1, 1984 - This report summarizes the recommendations for new legislation contained in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill. All of the recommendations contained in this report are discussed in greater detail in the Analysis. This report merely (1) summarizes our analysis of the issues involved, (2) outlines the contents of the recommended legislation, and (3) presents our estimate of the fiscal effect from enacting the legislation.

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Summary of Recommendations in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill

February 1, 1984 - In the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill, we report the results of our detailed examination of the Governor's spending proposals for the coming budget year. This document summarizes, by program area, the principal findings and recommendations set forth in the Analysis. It also shows how approval of these recommendations would affect the state's fiscal conditions.

Report

A Review of the Access Assistance for the Deaf Program

February 1, 1984 - The Deaf Access program (DAP) was established by Ch 1193/80 (AB 2980). The program provides funds to the Department of Social Services (DSS) for contracts with local agencies to provide specified services to deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.

Report

A.B. 780

February 1, 1984 - AB 780 is a bill that would increase the refundable deposit the sponsors of initiatives have to put down at the time they submit their initiatives to the Attorney General for a title.

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A Review of the Access Assistance for the Deaf Program

February 1, 1984 - The Deaf Access program (DAP) was established by Ch 1193/80 (AB 2980). The program provides funds to the Department of Social Services (DSS) for contracts with local agencies to provide specified services to deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.

Report

Summary of Recommendations in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill

February 1, 1984 - This report summarizes the recommendations for new legislation contained in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill.

Report

Summary of Recommended Legislative Changes Contained in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill

February 1, 1984 - This report summarizes the recommendations for new legislation contained in the Analysis of the 1984-85 Budget Bill.

Report

The 1984-85 Budget: Perspectives and Issues

February 1, 1984 - (245 pages, 12 MB) For the first time in three years, the Legislature's budget choices are not limited to raising taxes or cutting into the base level of expenditures. Sufficient funds will be available in 1984-85 to maintain, and even expand, the existing level of services provided to the people of California. In terms of real purchasing power, the level of General Fund revenues projected for 1984-85 is 4.0 percent higher than the level of revenues estimated for the current year. Here we provide a brief overview of the state's fiscal condition during the current and budget years, estimate what it would cost to maintain the existing level of services provided by the state in 1984-85, take a brief look at the long-term fiscal outlook for the state, and provide a more detailed discussion of revenues and expenditures.

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Options for Reducing State and Local Administrative Costs: A Review of Five Proposals Submitted by the County Supervisors' Association of California

January 1, 1984 - Senate Bill 1477 (Ch 1638/82) directs the Legislative Analyst, in conjunction with county officials, to evaluate certain recommendations for reducing the costs of administering programs for which the state and counties share responsibility. Specifically, the Legislative Analyst is directed to examine proposals submitted by the County Supervisors' Association of California (CSAC), and report his findings to the Legislature by January 1, 1984.

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Options for Reducing State and Local Administrative Costs: A Review of Five Proposals Submitted by the County Supervisors Association of California

January 1, 1984 - Senate Bill 1477 (Ch 1638/82) directs the Legislative Analyst, in conjunction with county officials, to evaluate certain recommendations for reducing the costs of administering programs for which the state and counties share responsibility. Specifically, the Legislative Analyst is directed to examine proposals submitted by the County Supervisors' Association of California (CSAC), and report his findings to the Legislature by January 1, 1984.

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Department of Health Services Toxic Substances Control Programs

December 14, 1983 - Statement to the Assembly Ways and Means Subcommittee No. 1 on Health and Welfare Oversight Hearing on the Department of Health Services Toxic Substances Control Programs. Comments on the September revisions to the objectives contained in the department's May 1983 work plan and the first-quarter progress report and (2) the department's compliance with requirements adopted in the Supplemental Report of the 1983 Budget Act.