Public Resources Code Section 21084

Compiled February, 2017

Our review of the annotated history reveals the following legislative history (every “c.” below represents a separate legislative bill):

Added: 1972, c. 1154
•  1976, c. 1312 (designated former section to be (a) and added subdivision (b)
•  1991, c. 1212 (amended (a) by deleting “the provisions of” after “be exempt from” and substituting “listed classes” for “list or classification” after “finding that the”; substituted (b) for former (b); and added subdivisions (c) and (d))
•  1992, c. 1075 (substituted “Chapter 1212 of the Statutes of 1991” for “the act amending this section, which takes effect January 1, 1992” in subdivision (d); and added subdivision (e))
•  2011, c. 469 (amended (a) by substituting “that” for “which” both times it appears in the first sentence; “Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency” for “Secretary of the Resources Agency” in the second sentence; added (b); redesignated former (b)-(e) to be (c)-(f); substituted “A project that” for “No project which” in the first sentence of (c); added “not” before “be exempted from” in the first sentence of (c) and in (d) and (f); substituted “A” for “No” at the beginning of (d) and (f); substituted “that is” for “which is” in (d)
•  2012, c. 548 (deleted former (e) and redesignated (f) to be (e)
•  2013, c. 76 (non-substantive code maintenance changes)

Seven bills affected this section.                          

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