ATI was isolated by screening over 50 million antibody producing blood cells B-lymphocytes isolated from donors who previously participated in experimental nicotine vaccine studies. In contrast to small molecules like nicotine, antibodies are large proteins that cannot enter the brain but stay in the bloodstream.
This innovative anti-nicotine approach circumvents side effects that accompany other pharmacotherapies for treating nicotine addiction. A monthly report provided to the locality pursuant to this subclause shall be a public record under the California Public Records Act Chapter 3.
An applicant that fails to provide a monthly report demonstrating compliance with Chapter 2. Penalties may be assessed by the Labor Commissioner within 18 months of completion of the development using the same procedures for issuance of civil wage and penalty assessments pursuant to Section of the Labor Code, and may be reviewed pursuant to the same procedures in Section of the Labor Code.
That design review or public oversight shall be objective and be strictly focused on assessing compliance with criteria required for streamlined projects, as well as any reasonable objective design standards published and adopted by ordinance or resolution by a local jurisdiction before submission of a development application, and shall be broadly applicable to development within the jurisdiction.
Additionally, the development proponent may request, and the local government shall have discretion to grant, an additional one-year extension to the original three-year period. Any guidelines or terms adopted pursuant to this subdivision shall not be subject to Chapter 3.
Two representatives of local government, one representative of the counties appointed by the Senate Rules Committee, and one representative of the cities appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly shall serve as ex officio, nonvoting members.
The Treasurer shall be the chairperson of the committee. The members of the committee shall serve without compensation. A majority of voting members shall be empowered to act for the committee.
The committee may employ an executive director to carry out its duties under this chapter. The committee may, by resolution, delegate to one or more of its members, its executive director, or any other official or employee of the committee any powers and duties that it may deem proper, including, but not limited to, the power to enter into contracts on behalf of the committee. A city can be organized either under the general laws of this state or under a charter adopted by the local voters.
In order to satisfy this subdivision, a centralized or coordinated assessment system shall cover the geographic area, be easily accessed by individuals and families seeking housing or services, be well advertised, and include a comprehensive and standardized assessment tool. A jurisdiction may elect to instead use their point-in-time count if they can demonstrate that a significant methodology change occurred between the and point-in-time counts that was based on an attempt to more closely align the count with HUD best practices and undertaken in consultation with HUD representatives.
The program shall provide grant funds to cities, counties, and continuums of care. No more than 5 percent of the funds available pursuant to this chapter shall be expended on state operations. The agency shall not award more than 45 percent of the program allocation to a city.
If more than one recipient within the continuum of care meets the requirements of this paragraph, the proportionate share of funds shall be equally allocated to those jurisdictions. The agency shall not award more than 40 percent of the allocation made pursuant to this section to a county. The council shall post this information to its internet website. Operating subsidies may include operating reserves. Any funds that are not contractually obligated by this date shall be reverted to the continuum of care that serves the county.
Of the amount described in paragraph 2 of subdivision a of Section Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the councils of governments described in this paragraph may apply directly to the department for funds pursuant to the program.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the counties described in this paragraph may apply directly to the department for funds pursuant to the program. The department may approve a fiscal agent to receive funds from the amount identified in this section on behalf of a county or consortium of counties listed in this paragraph.
The department shall calculate the amount of each allocation in accordance with the population estimates consistent with the methodology described in subdivision a of Section In appointing city representatives, the city selection committee shall appoint one representative of a larger city within the county and one representative of a smaller city within the county.
If the multiagency working group fails to agree to the selection of a council of governments to serve as fiscal agent pursuant to this clause within a reasonable time period, the department shall select a fiscal agent based on factors such as capacity and experience in administering grant programs.
Upon approval of an application for funds pursuant to this subdivision, the department shall award the moneys for which the council of governments, other regional entity, or county, as applicable, qualifies. Upon approval of an application for funds pursuant to this subdivision, the department shall award the moneys for which the jurisdiction qualifies. Any forms, guidelines, and notices of funding availability adopted pursuant to this section are hereby exempted from the rulemaking provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act Chapter 3.
The report required to be submitted pursuant to this subdivision shall be submitted in compliance with Section of the Government Code.
Farmworker Housing Grant Program under which, subject to the availability of funds therefor, grants or loans, or both, shall be made to local public entities, nonprofit corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships, for the construction or rehabilitation of housing for agricultural employees and their families or for the acquisition of manufactured housing as part of a program to address and remedy the impacts of current and potential displacement of farmworker families from existing labor camps, mobilehome parks, or other housing.
Under this program, grants or loans, or both, may also be made for the cost of acquiring the land and any building thereon in connection with housing assisted pursuant to this section and for the construction and rehabilitation of related support facilities necessary to the housing.
In its administration of this program, the department shall disburse grants or loans, or both, to the local public entities, nonprofit corporations, limited liability companies, or limited partnerships or may, at the request of the local public entity, nonprofit corporation, limited liability company, or limited partnership that sponsors and supervises the rehabilitation or construction program, disburse grant funds to agricultural employees who are participants in a rehabilitation or construction program sponsored and supervised by the local public entity, nonprofit corporation, limited liability company, or limited partnership.
No part of a grant or loan made pursuant to this section may be used for project organization or planning. Principal and accumulated interest is due and payable upon completion of the term of the loan.
For multifamily housing loans made pursuant to this subdivision, the department shall require annual loan payments in the minimum amount necessary to cover the costs of project monitoring. For the first 30 years of the loan term, the amount of the required loan payments shall not exceed 0. For any loan made pursuant to this subdivision, the performance requirements of the lien shall remain in effect for a period of no less than the original term of the loan.
Notwithstanding Section of the Government Code, all money in the fund is continuously appropriated to the department for making grants or loans, or both, pursuant to this section and Section These moneys shall be separately accounted for from the other moneys deposited in the fund. No grantee shall increase the rent on any unit constructed or rehabilitated with the assistance of funds provided pursuant to this section without the prior permission of the department, which shall be given only if the grantee affirmatively demonstrates that the increase is required to defray necessary operating costs or avoid jeopardizing the fiscal integrity of the housing project.
The agreement shall include the conditions under which the funds advanced may be repaid. The agreement shall include provisions for a lien on the assisted real property or manufactured home in favor of the State of California for the purpose of securing performance of the agreement. The agreement shall also provide that the lien shall endure until released by the Director of Housing and Community Development.
In no event may these regulations provide for the application of the agreement to a percentage of units in a project that is less than the percentage of total development costs that funds granted or loaned pursuant to this section represent. The notice of lien shall refer to the agreement required by this paragraph for which it secures and it shall include a legal description of the assisted real property that is subject to the lien.
The notice of lien shall be indexed by the recorder in the Grantor Index to the name of the grantee and in the Grantee Index to the name of the State of California, Department of Housing and Community Development. For manufactured housing, the liens shall be recorded by the department in the same manner as other manufactured housing liens are recorded. The department shall adopt by regulation criteria for the determination of the lien period.
This regulation shall take into account whether the property is held by multifamily rental, single-family ownership, or cooperative ownership and whether it is new construction or rehabilitative construction. The lien period for manufactured housing liens for manufactured homes shall not exceed 10 years. The regulations adopted by the department shall provide that any subordination of the lien shall not jeopardize the security interest of the state and shall further the interest of farmworker housing.
The recitals contained in the subordination shall be conclusive in favor of any bona fide purchaser or lender relying thereon. However, the lien shall have priority as of the recording date of the lien for the original grantee, pursuant to paragraph 4.
However, there shall be no entry or inspection of any unit that is occupied, whether or not any occupant is actually present, without the consent of the occupant. Farmworker Housing Grant Program. The report shall include, but need not be limited to, 1 the number of households assisted, 2 the average income of households assisted and the distribution of annual incomes among assisted households, 3 the rents paid by households assisted, 4 the number and amount of grants or loans, or both, made to each grantee in the preceding year, 5 the dollar value of funding derived from sources other than the state for each project receiving a grant or loan, or both, under this section, and an identification of each source, 6 recommendations, as needed, to improve operations of the program and respecting the desirability of extending its application to other groups in rural areas identified by the department as having special need for state housing assistance, and 7 the number of manufactured housing units assisted under this section.
The amount of any funds expended by the department for the purposes of curing or averting a default shall be added to any grant amount secured by the lien and shall be payable to the department upon demand. Farmworker Housing Grant Fund for the purposes authorized by this section. On July 1 of each subsequent fiscal year, the department may set aside, for the purposes of this section, up to 1. Farmworker Housing Grant Fund on that date. In counties in which a disaster has been declared by the Governor pursuant to Chapter 7 commencing with Section of Division 1 of Title 2 of the Government Code and for a period of 12 months after the declaration, the department may provide grants from the fund established by subdivision b of Section Funds granted pursuant to this subdivision shall not be secured by, and subject to, the liens required by Section Only those funds from the fund which are actually utilized pursuant to this subdivision shall be secured by, and subject to, the liens required by Section Owner occupied housing is a key housing resource, contributing to neighborhood stability as well as economic vitality.
There are also many homeowners who lack the resources to make necessary repairs to their homes, or who would welcome the opportunity to share them with suitable tenants. The purpose of the CalHome Program established by this chapter is to support existing homeownership programs aimed at lower and very low income households, and in the case of a disaster, as defined in Section In administering funding for this purpose, local public agencies and nonprofit corporations may consider the condition and age of the manufactured home or mobilehome, including whether the home was constructed on or after June 15, , in accordance with federal standards and whether the available funds could be more effectively used to replace the manufactured home or mobilehome.
Upon completion of construction, the department may convert project loans into grants for programs of assistance to individual homeowners.
Except as provided in paragraph 2 , financial 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. Financial assistance may be provided in the form of a secured forgivable loan to an individual household to rehabilitate, repair, or replace manufactured housing located in a mobilehome park and not permanently affixed to a foundation.
The loan shall be due and payable in 20 years, with 10 percent of the original principal to be forgiven annually for each additional year beyond the 10th year that the home is owned and continuously occupied by the borrower.
Not more than 10 percent of the funds available for the purposes of this chapter in a fiscal year shall be used for financial assistance in the form of secured forgivable loans.
The department may permit subordination on those terms and conditions as it determines are reasonable, however subordination shall not be permitted if the borrower has sufficient equity to repay the loan. Those reuse plans may provide for loan servicing by the grant recipient or a third-party local government agency or nonprofit corporation. AB , Low. Remote accessible vote by mail system. Existing law permits a person, corporation, or public agency to apply to the Secretary of State for certification or conditional approval of a remote accessible vote by mail system.
Existing law requires the Secretary of State to examine and certify remote accessible vote by mail systems, as specified. Existing law permits a voter, including a voter with a disability or a military or overseas voter, to apply for and receive a vote by mail ballot from his or her county elections official.
The landlord is still responsible for all other rights and duties of a landlord if the city prosecutor accepts the assignment. These duties include:. If the landlord fails to bring or diligently prosecute the unlawful detainer action, the city prosecutor may file and prosecute the action as a defendant. This action then has precedence over any proceeding brought about by the owner. Costs for providing testimony of a peace officer may be waived by the local government.
The local governments of the affected cities may adopt, enforce, duplicate or supplement this section. These rules do not prevent a tenant from obtaining relief against forfeiture of his tenancy. A partial eviction order may be given under this section permanently barring any person from the property who commits an offense involving unlawful weapons or ammunition.
The remaining tenants may be prohibited from allowing any person barred in this way from entering the property. This section will remain in effect until January 1, , when it will be repealed unless it is deleted or extended before that date. A person committing an offense involving unlawful possession or use of illegal weapons or ammunition on real property may now be deemed as a nuisance.Senate Bill No. CHAPTER An act to add Section to the Health and Safety Code, and to add Division 45 (commencing with Section ) to the Public Resources Code, relating to greenhouse gases. [ Approved by Governor September 13,