99E.34  Appropriations--ten fiscal years.

1.  The treasurer of state shall, for each fiscal year of the fiscal period beginning July 1, 1990, and ending June 30, 2000, make allotments of the moneys within the CLEAN fund created in section 99E.10 to separate accounts within that fund as follows:

a.  For each fiscal year, sixty-two and five-tenths percent to the Iowa resources enhancement and protection fund created in section 455A.18 and which amount is appropriated for the purposes of that fund. However, the total amount allotted under this paragraph in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1990, shall not exceed twenty million dollars and in each of the following fiscal years shall not exceed twenty-five million dollars.

b.  For each fiscal year, six percent to the soil conservation account. However, the total amount allotted under this paragraph in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1990, shall not exceed two million four hundred thousand dollars.

2.  For each fiscal year of the fiscal period, moneys in the soil conservation account are appropriated to the department of agriculture and land stewardship to be allocated as follows:

a.  Sixty-two and four-tenths percent to the soil conservation division of the department of agriculture and land stewardship to provide state soil and water conservation cost-share moneys pursuant to division V of chapter 161A.

b.  Eighteen and eight-tenths percent to the water protection fund created in section 161C.4, to be used for filter strips and waterways projects. The governing body of each soil and water conservation district shall identify those critical areas within the district where permanent grass and buffer zones would mitigate the effects of concentrated runoff on surface water quality. The governing body shall notify the landowners of the critical areas and provide the landowners with recommendations to establish permanent grass and buffer zones, including any erosion control structures that may be appropriate, to mitigate the effects of concentrated runoff on surface water quality. In providing the notification and recommendations, the governing body shall also inform the landowners that the establishment of these zones along with any erosion control structures may be eligible for financial assistance under the incentive programs within the water protection fund pursuant to section 161C.4 and may also qualify for cost-share moneys pursuant to division V of chapter 161A.

c.  Eighteen and eight-tenths percent to the soil conservation division of the department of agriculture and land stewardship for reforestation programs.

3.  The moneys appropriated in subsection 1, paragraph "a", and subsection 2 shall remain in the appropriate account of the CLEAN fund until such time as the agency, entity, or fund to which moneys are appropriated has made a request to the treasurer for use of moneys appropriated to it and the amount needed for that use. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys remaining of the appropriations made for a fiscal year from any of the accounts within the CLEAN fund on June 30 of that fiscal year, shall not revert to any fund but shall remain in that account to be used for the purposes for which they were appropriated and the moneys remaining in that account shall not be considered in making the allotments for the next fiscal year.

4.  The agency, entity, or fund to which moneys are appropriated under this section shall to the extent feasible make every effort to maximize the impact of these moneys through matching government and private funds unless otherwise provided by law.

Section History: Recent form

  90 Acts, ch 1255, §10; 91 Acts, ch 260, §1004; 92 Acts, ch 1184, §1


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