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Inventory of the Records of the Commission on State Mandates
R138  
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Series Descriptions

R138.001, Box 1, folders 1-13

Series 1 Rulemaking Files 1996-2001

Physical Description: 13 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged numerically by Office of Administrative Law file number.

Scope and Content Note

The Rulemaking Files regulate the implementation of SB11 (Statutes 1995, Chapter 945) that created a timely process of hearings for possible state mandate reimbursement. Contents include commission meetings, test claims, other claims, hearings and decisions, rulemaking and informational hearings, financial applications, administration, and forms.
R138.002, Box 1, folder 14 - Box 6, folder 9

Series 2 Meeting Packets 2000-2003

Physical Description: 71 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by meeting date.

Scope and Content Note

The Meeting Files contain packets from the Commission's meetings which include approval of minutes, hearings and decisions, executive director's report, and public comments.
R138.003, Box 6, folder 10 - Box 8, folder 10

Series 3 Closed/Inactive Test Claims 1973-1988

Physical Description: 31 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title of claim and claimant.

Scope and Content Note

Series includes test claims for Psychological Evaluations-County of Fresno (1983), Cancer Registry-Selma District Hospital (1987), School Crossing Guard Program-County of Santa Cruz (1979), Vocational Rehabilitation-County of Los Angeles, Inglewood Unified School District (1974), and Voluntary Desegregation-Pajaro Valley Unified School District (1983). Test claim files include correspondence, opinions, minutes, test claims, statement of decisions, and declarations of service. The test claims relate to reimbursable mandates placed upon local agencies and school districts by the Legislature.
The Commission on State Mandates replaced the Board of Control's Local Mandate Unit effective January 1, 1985. Some files in the series were closed prior to 1985 and were maintained exclusively by the Board of Control. However, most files in this series were initiated by the Board of Control, but were not closed until after 1985 by the Commission on State Mandates.
R138.004, Box 8, folders 11-14

Series 4 Closed/Inactive Incorrect Reduction Claims 1974-1988

Physical Description: 4 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title of claim and claimant.

Scope and Content Note

Series includes claims regarding Substandard Housing-Los Angeles County (1974), Capital Cases-Indigent Defenders Investigators Fund-Sand Diego County (1977), Victims of Violent Crimes-Counties of Glenn, Lassen, Tehama, Yolo, Sacramento, Madera, and Ventura (1977), and Fire Doors-Sierra Plumas Unified School District (1982). Claims include correspondence, opinions, minutes, test claims, statement of decisions, and declarations of service.
The Commission on State Mandates replaced the Board of Control's Local Mandate Unit effective January 1, 1985. Some files in the series were closed prior to 1985 and were maintained exclusively by the Board of Control. However, most files in this series were initiated by the Board of Control, but were not closed until after 1985 by the Commission on State Mandates.
R138.005, Box 8, folders 15-18

Series 5 Closed/Inactive Reimbursement Claims 1982-1987

Physical Description: 4 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title of claim and claimant.

Scope and Content Note

Series includes reimbursement claims regarding Firefighter Safety Clothing and Equipment throughout various counties, and Voluntary Desegregation in various school districts. Records include hearing transcripts, correspondence, statement of decisions, and opinions.
The Commission on State Mandates replaced the Board of Control's Local Mandate Unit effective January 1, 1985. Some files in the series were closed prior to 1985 and were maintained exclusively by the Board of Control. However, most files in this series were initiated by the Board of Control, but were not closed until after 1985 by the Commission on State Mandates.