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RESOLUTION NO. 86 -86 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />APPROVING THE APPLICATION FOR GRANT FUNDS UNDER THE REGIONAL <br />COMPETITIVE PROGRAM OF THE CALIFORNIA PARK AND RECREATION <br />FACILITIES ACT OF 1984 FOR THE LINCOLN ATHLETIC FACILITIES <br />• WHEREAS, the people of the State of California have enacted the California <br />Park and Recreational Facilities Act of 1984, which provides funds to the State <br />of California and its political subdivisions for developing facilities for public <br />recreational purposes; <br />WHEREAS, the State Department of Parks and Recreation has been delegated <br />the responsibility for the administration of the program within the state, setting <br />up necessary procedures governing application by local agencies under the program; <br />WHEREAS, said procedures established by the State Department of Parks <br />and Recreation require the applicant to certify by resolution the approval of <br />applications before submission of said applications to the state; <br />WHEREAS, said applications must contain assurances that the applicant <br />must comply with; <br />WHEREAS, the City of Newport Beach desires to apply for grant funds <br />under the Regional Competitive Program of the California Park and Recreation <br />Facilities Act of 1984 for the Lincoln Athletic Facilities (hereinafter referred <br />to as "Project " ); and <br />WHEREAS, upon receipt of the funds, the City of Newport Beach will <br />enter into an Agreement with the State of California for rehabilitation and <br />restoration of the Project. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH, that: <br />1. The filing of an application for 1984 state grant assistance for <br />the above project is approved; <br />2. The City Council of the City of Newport Beach certifies that it <br />understands the assurances and certification in the application; <br />• 3. The City of Newport Beach has or will have sufficient funds to <br />operate and maintain the Project, and if the Project is selected for state grant <br />funding; and <br />