2011 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 17 Game and Fish
17-267 Land and water conservation and recreation development fund
17-267. Land and water conservation and recreation development fund
A. There is established a land and water conservation and recreation development fund. The monies of such fund may be used by the commission to pay for recreation benefits in connection with fish and wildlife restoration projects. The monies of such fund may be used to match other funds available from the Pittman-Robertson federal aid in wildlife restoration act in 50 Stat. 917, 16 U.S.C. 669-669j, the Dingell-Johnson federal aid in fish restoration act in 64 Stat. 430, 16 U.S.C.A. 777-777k and the rules and regulations pursuant thereto, land and water conservation fund act which is Public Law 88-578 of 1965 and rules and regulations pertaining thereto, the state lake improvement fund, the state game and fish restoration fund or funds available from other federal, state, county or municipal sources. The monies of such fund may also be used for purchase of engineering services, land, rights of way, water rights or for construction on a participating basis in such projects or to provide recreational facilities appurtenant thereto.
B. The commission may review and recommend to the legislature in its annual budget request, projects which will provide recreation benefits in connection with fish and wildlife restoration projects.
C. All monies in the land and water conservation and recreation development fund shall be subject to annual legislative appropriation.
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