I don't hear any concern or discussion about the State of California's use of tidelands funds that are mostly generated in Long Beach.
Is everyone aware that the State can use Tidelands funds for purposes other than the improvement of harbors and other projects directly related to the tidelands areas? Is everyone aware that Tidelands funds were the primary source of funding for higher education in California but the monies were re-directed to water projects?
Click here and read an article on the topic that you might find very interesting.
Tidelands monies generated in Long Beach are being used to fix, repair and improve infrastructure in the Tidelands areas. The same cannot be said for the State of California's use of these funds.
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
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