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TITLE 2. GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA [8000 - 22980]

  ( Title 2 enacted by Stats. 1943, Ch. 134. )

DIVISION 3. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT [11000 - 15986]

  ( Division 3 added by Stats. 1945, Ch. 111. )

PART 1. STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES [11000 - 11898]

  ( Part 1 added by Stats. 1945, Ch. 111. )

CHAPTER 1. State Agencies [11000 - 11148.5]

  ( Chapter 1 added by Stats. 1945, Ch. 111. )

ARTICLE 6. Reports and Records [11090 - 11093.7]
  ( Article 6 added by Stats. 1945, Ch. 111. )

11090.
  

On order of the Governor the head of each State agency shall make a report to the Governor giving an account of all matters pertaining to the agency covering the period specified by the Governor.

(Added by Stats. 1945, Ch. 111.)

11091.
  

The head of each state agency shall make a written report of its activities to the Governor at least biennially, a copy of which shall be filed with the Secretary of State. No biennial or annual reports of agency activities shall be printed without the approval of the Department of General Services.

(Amended by Stats. 1965, Ch. 371.)

11092.
  

Each state agency and department shall, in the maintenance of any statistical tabulation of minority groups, commence the categorization of Filipinos as Filipinos not later than 60 days following the operative date of this section.

(Added by Stats. 1974, Ch. 1233.)

11092.5.
  

Each state agency and department shall, in the maintenance of statistical tabulation of minority groups, commence the categorization of Pacific Islanders as Pacific Islanders not later than March 1, 1985. As used in this section, “Pacific Islander” means a person who is defined as such by the 1980 federal census. Nothing in this section shall require a state agency or department to collect data for any study that was completed prior to January 1, 1985.

(Added by Stats. 1984, Ch. 405, Sec. 1.)

11093.
  

(a) (1) Any state agency or department that develops and maintains data and statistics on the municipal level, shall, in the preparation and maintenance of any statistical analyses, by city, either by population, fiscal, or other bases, make a separate breakdown of the San Fernando Valley, and shall require the City of Los Angeles to provide all necessary data.

(2) If the use of a tax area code is required in order to comply with paragraph (1), an alternate method may be used to determine the separate breakdown of the San Fernando Valley.

(b) The Controller may, upon request therefor contained in a motion adopted by the City Council of the City of Los Angeles, designate additional statistical areas within the City of Los Angeles, except that the additional statistical areas shall in no event exceed three in number.

(c) For purposes of this section, the San Fernando Valley is all the portion of Los Angeles City that is described as follows:

From a point commencing where the City of Los Angeles most northerly boundary intersects with the Golden State Freeway and following on the city boundary in an easterly direction where that boundary first intersects with the boundary of the City of Burbank; thence continuing southeasterly along the Burbank City boundary to its intersection with Barham Boulevard; thence in a southerly direction on Barham Boulevard to its intersection with Cahuenga Boulevard; thence in a southeasterly direction on Cahuenga Boulevard to Mulholland Drive; thence along Mulholland Drive to Owen Brown Road; thence in a southerly direction on Owen Brown Road to its intersection with the Los Angeles City boundary; thence following the Los Angeles City boundary west and northerly until that boundary intersects with the starting point at the Golden State Freeway.

(Amended by Stats. 2004, Ch. 181, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2005.)

11093.4.
  

(a) (1) The State Board of Equalization, Employment Development Department, Department of Industrial Relations, Department of Finance, and the Department of Transportation, shall, in the preparation and maintenance of any statistical analyses and data, by city, either by population, fiscal, or other bases, make a separate breakdown of the community of Hollywood, and shall require the City of Los Angeles to provide all necessary data at the sole expense of the City of Los Angeles.

(2) If the use of a tax area code is required in order to comply with paragraph (1), an alternate method may be used to determine the separate breakdown of the community of Hollywood.

(3) The state entities specified in paragraph (1) are required to implement the data reporting and analysis requirements of this subdivision only to the extent that data is available from federal, state, or local sources that provide data for other jurisdictions or is provided by the City of Los Angeles. Those state entities are not required to develop or collect data. No data shall be reported that would violate data confidentiality agreements or rules. The state entities are not required to report data that would not meet the statistical accuracy standards for the publication or data series to which they relate. The state entities may report special analyses or data compilations for the community of Hollywood, if reimbursement or other funding is provided.

(b) For purposes of this section, the community of Hollywood is all the portion of Los Angeles City that is described as follows:

(1) The City of Los Angeles Hollywood Community Plan Area, which was established in 1974 (Council File 72–1629). For statistical reporting purposes, the City of Los Angeles’ Hollywood Community Plan Area is comprised of selected United States Census Tracts. Per the tracts established by the 2000 United States Census, the area’s selected tract numbers are: 188200, 189100, 189200, 189300, 189400, 189500, 189600, 189701, 189702, 189800, 189901, 189902, 190100, 190200, 190301, 190400, 190510, 190520, 190700, 190800, 190901, 190902, 191000, 191110, 191120, 191201, 191203, 191204, 191300, 191410, 191420, 191500, 191610, 191620, 191710, 191720, 191810, 191820, 191900, 192000, 192610 (partial), 194100, 194200, 194300, 194400, 195200, 195300.

(2) At the northeastern corner, from a point commencing where the Ventura Freeway intersects with the Golden State Freeway at the Los Angeles River and then following the Los Angeles River in an easterly and then southerly direction to its intersection with the northernmost traffic lanes of the westbound Ventura Freeway; thence west on the Ventura Freeway to its intersection with the easternmost right-of-way of the Golden State Freeway and following the easternmost right-of-way of the Golden State Freeway in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Glendale Boulevard; thence continuing southerly on Glendale Boulevard to its intersection with Rowena Avenue; thence continuing westerly on Rowena Avenue to its intersection with Hyperion Avenue; thence continuing southwesterly on Hyperion Avenue to its intersection with Fountain Avenue; thence continuing westerly on Fountain Avenue to its intersection with Sunset Boulevard; thence continuing southeasterly on Sunset Boulevard to its intersection with Santa Monica Boulevard; thence continuing westerly on Santa Monica Boulevard to its intersection with Hoover Street; thence continuing southerly on Hoover Street to its intersection with Melrose Avenue; thence continuing westerly on Melrose Avenue to its intersection with Seward Street; thence continuing southerly on Seward Street to its intersection with Rosewood Avenue; thence continuing westerly on Rosewood Avenue to its intersection with Sweetzer Avenue; thence continuing northerly on Sweetzer Avenue to a point south of Melrose Avenue; following the common boundaries of the City of Los Angeles and the City of West Hollywood thence continuing westerly along that point to its intersection with a point west of La Cienega Boulevard; thence continuing northerly along the cities’ boundaries (west of La Cienega Boulevard) to Romaine Street; thence continuing easterly on Romaine Street to its intersection with Orlando Avenue; thence continuing southerly on Orlando Avenue to its intersection with Waring Avenue; thence continuing easterly on Waring Avenue to its intersection with Sweetzer Avenue; thence continuing northerly on Sweetzer Avenue to its intersection with Willoughby Avenue; thence continuing easterly on Willoughby Avenue to just west of Crescent Heights Boulevard; thence following the City of Los Angeles and City of West Hollywood boundaries northerly to Romaine Street; thence following the cities’ boundaries easterly along Romaine Street to its intersection with Hayworth Avenue; thence following the cities’ boundaries southerly to their intersection with Willoughby Avenue; thence continuing easterly on Willoughby Avenue to its intersection with Gardner Street; thence following the cities’ boundaries northerly to their intersection with Romaine Street; thence continuing easterly along Romaine Street and following the cities’ boundaries to their intersection with La Brea Avenue; thence continuing northerly along the cities’ boundaries to their intersection with Fountain Avenue; thence continuing westerly along Fountain Avenue to its intersection with Fairfax Avenue; thence continuing northerly on Fairfax Avenue to the cities’ boundaries just north of De Longpre Avenue; thence continuing westerly along the cities’ boundaries to their intersection with Havenhurst Avenue; thence, at a point where Havenhurst Avenue intersects Sunset Boulevard, following the cities’ boundaries westerly to just west of the point where Shoreham Drive intersects La Collina Drive and at the point where the City of Los Angeles, City of West Hollywood, and City of Beverly Hills meet; thence continuing northerly along the boundaries of the City of Los Angeles and the City of Beverly Hills to the point where Crescent Drive intersects with Wonderland Avenue; thence continuing northeasterly on Wonderland Avenue to its intersection with Laurel Pass Avenue; thence continuing easterly on Wonderland Avenue to its intersection with Laurel Canyon Boulevard; thence continuing northerly on Laurel Canyon Boulevard to its intersection with Mulholland Drive; thence continuing easterly on Mulholland Drive to its intersection with Cahuenga Boulevard; thence continuing northeasterly on Cahuenga Boulevard to its intersection with Barham Boulevard; thence continuing northerly on Barham Boulevard to its intersection with the boundary of the City of Burbank at the point where Barham Boulevard intersects the Los Angeles River; thence continuing northeasterly along the boundaries of the City of Los Angeles and the City of Burbank to the point where the City of Los Angeles, the City of Burbank, and the City of Glendale meet; thence continuing easterly along the boundaries of the City of Los Angeles and the City of Glendale until they intersect with the starting point at the Golden State Freeway.

(c)  The state entities specified in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) shall request authority to use data and analysis tools developed for federal programs, as needed, to provide the analyses described in subdivision (a). The state entities shall not be required to use federal funds or federally controlled resources for the purposes of this section unless that use is allowed under federal statute, regulation, or rule.

(Added by Stats. 2006, Ch. 185, Sec. 2. Effective January 1, 2007.)

11093.5.
  

(a) (1) The Employment Development Department shall, in the preparation and maintenance of any statistical analyses and data, by city, either by population, fiscal, or other bases, make a separate breakdown of the Antelope Valley using the boundaries described in subdivision (b). The statistical analyses and data shall include, but is not limited to, the following: wages, consumer price index, prevailing wage, unemployment, occupational wages, and median income.

(2) The Department of Finance shall, in the preparation and maintenance of any statistical analyses and data, by city, either by population, fiscal, or other bases, make a separate breakdown of the Antelope Valley using the boundaries described in subdivision (b). The department shall provide statistical analyses and data from any additional information it receives from the cities that are affected by this section and the information it receives through the census.

(3) If the use of a tax area code is required in order to comply with paragraphs (1) and (2), an alternate method shall be used to determine the separate breakdown of the Antelope Valley. An alternate method shall include the sum of the taxable sales attributable to all of the incorporated cities in the Antelope Valley and the taxable sales attributable to the unincorporated areas of the Counties of Kern and Los Angeles that are part of the Antelope Valley.

(b) For purposes of this section, the Antelope Valley is the census tracts or ZIP Codes that are closely bounded by the base of the Tehachapi Mountains moving southwesterly to Interstate Highway 5, down the base of the San Gabriel Mountains moving southeasterly to the San Bernardino County line, follow the San Bernardino County line north, to the northern line of California City, then west to the base of the Tehachapi Mountains.

(c) The Legislature encourages the Counties of Kern and Los Angeles to voluntarily provide data for the purposes of this section.

(d) The Department of Finance and the Employment Development Department are required to implement the data reporting and analysis requirements of subdivision (a) only to the extent that data is available from the federal, state, or local sources that provide data for other jurisdictions or is provided by Kern and Los Angeles Counties. The departments are not required to develop or collect data. No data shall be reported that would violate data confidentiality agreements or rules. The departments are not required to report data that would not meet the statistical accuracy standards for the publication or data series to which they relate. The departments may report special analyses or data compilations for Antelope Valley, if reimbursement or other funding is provided.

(e) The Employment Development Department shall request authority to use data and analysis tools developed for federal programs, as needed, to provide the analyses described in subdivision (a). The department shall not be required to use federal funds or federally controlled resources for the purposes of this section, unless that use is allowed under federal rules.

(Amended by Stats. 2006, Ch. 173, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2007.)

11093.7.
  

Each state agency or department authorized to undertake any infrastructure project costing one hundred million ($100,000,000) or more shall publicly post on its Internet Web site any change in the cost or schedule of the project that would result in the project exceeding its established budget by 10 percent or more or in delaying its completion by 12 months or longer. The posted information shall describe how much the project is expected to exceed its established budget or delay its construction schedule.

(Added by Stats. 2018, Ch. 918, Sec. 1. (AB 2543) Effective January 1, 2019.)

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