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					STATE OF CALIFORNIA - DEPARTMENTOF FINANCE
ECONOMIC AND FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT
(REGULATIONS A N D ORDERS)
ST0 399 (REV. 1212008)                                                                   -
                                                            See SAM S e c t i o n 6601 6616 f o r l n s f r u c f i o n s a n d Code Citafions

DEPARTMENT NAME                                             CONTACT PERSON                                                       TELEPHONE NUMBER
Deparhnent o f F i s h and Game                                  Mr. Terry Tillman, Marine Biologist Specialist                       (530) 669-3564
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE FROM NOTICE REGlSTER OR FORM 400                                                                               NOTICE FILE NUMBER
 Amend Section 163 and 164, Title 14, CCR                                                                                          Z
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A. ESTIMATED PRIVATE SECTOR COST IMPACTS (Inc Loe ca cu atlons ano ass.rnptions in the r.lcrnakmg recoro )
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 Check the appropriate box(es) below to indicate whether this regulation:
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                  a. lmpacts businesses andlor employees                                     17e. lmposes reporting requirements
                  b. impacts small businesses                                                     f. Imposes prescriptive instead of performance
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                  c. impactsjobs or occupations                                              Ug.     lmpacts individuals

                  d, lmpacts California competitiveness                                      17h. None of the above (Explain appropriate.) the
                                                                                                  Fiscal Impact Statement as
                                                                                                                             below. Complete


                    h. (cant.)

               (if any box in Items 1 a through g is checked, complete this Economic Impact Statement.)

2. Enter the total number of businesses impacted: 238                        Describe the types of businesses (include nonprotits.): he"ing      fishemen, and a
          small number o f in-state processors.

     Enter the number or percentage of total businesses impacted that are small businesses: 100%

3. Enter the number of businesses that will be created: O                                     eliminated: O

     Explain:


4, Indicate the geographic extent of impacts:               Statewide          Local o regional (List areas.): San Francisco B a y and surrounding area.
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5. Enter the number ofjobs created:                 or eliminated:=          Describe the types of jobs or occupations impacted: See attached Initial

     Statement O f Rcasons (ISOR).


6. Will the regulation affect the ability of California businesses to compete with other states by making it more costly to produce goods or services here?


            yes                  rn   NO
                                                  yes, explain briefly: Proposed regulation w i l l not increase costs to produce goods or services in California.



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B ESTIMATED COSTS (Incluoe calchl,ons ano assLmpt ons in me rulemanmg record )
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 What are the total statewide dollar costs that businesses and individuals may incur to comply with this regulation over its lifetime? $
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     a. Initial costs for a small business: $                                Annual ongoing costs: 5                         Years:

     b. Initial costs for a typical business: 5                              Annual ongoing costs: $                         Years:

     c. Initial costs for an individual: $                                   Annual ongoing costs: $                         Years:

     d,             other economic costs that may occur: There are n o increased costs due to new fees o r reporting requirements.

     Dependins on thc harvest lcvcl c h .--n by rhu-..-..h - Comniiss~un..thcrcvcnuc losses to indusrry could rmet i i u m S7U.900 to. -.
                                        ox          F ~ s.and Gamc                                   . -- .              -
     S479.000. whlch reprcscnts 3 loss ofS37,UUO lo S850,000 111 total cconomic o u t p ~ st;~tewidc
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                                 ECONOMIC AND FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT cont. (STD. 399, Rev. 1212008)
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2. If multiple industries are impacted, enter the share of total costs for each industry:




3. If the regulation imposes reporting requirements.enter the annual costs a typical business may incur to comply with these requirements. (Include the dollar
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   costs to do programming, record keeping, reporting, and other paperwork, whether or not the paperwork must be submitted.): $

4. Will this regulation directly impact housing costs?      17 Yes                    NO      Ifyes, enter the annual dollar cost per housing unit:         and the

   number of units:

5. Are there comparable Federal regulations?             Yes            No     Explain the need for State regulation given the existence or absence of Federal

   regulations: The California Legislature mandates sustainable resource management and provides the F i s h and Game Commission authority
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   Enter any additional costs to businesses and/or individuals that may be due to State Federal differences: $

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C E S T I M A T E ~ E ~ E F (Esllmat on of !he oolar va uc of oenef Is IS no! specilcaly reqL red oy rulemakng aw b ~encourage0 )
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                                                                                                    Benefits will accrue to fishermen and processors i n the
 Briefly summarize the benefits that may result from this regulation and who will benefit:
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   fonn of a sustainable fishery and future hamestable herring populations. See attached ISOR.




   Are the benefits the result of:     C] specific statutory requirements, or     17goals developed by the agency based on broad statutory authority?
   Explan. Thc C a l ~ l i u m ~ a       mandatcs sustainnhlc resouruc nlan3gcment and prov~de,thc Fish and Cianlc Corntntssion authority to
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           Implement regulallons loward that end
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3. What arc the total statewide benefits from this regulation over its lifetime? $

D. ALTERNATIVES TO THE REGULATION (Include calculations and assumptions in the rulemaking record. Estimation of the dollar value of benefits is not
specifically required by rulemaling law, but encouraged.)

1. List alternatives considered and describe them below. If no alternatives were considered, explain why not:
                                                                                                                     No other option offers a better
   balance o f environmental and biological safeguards, while minimizing long-term impacts to ongoing business enterprises.




2. Summarize the total statewide costs and benefitsfromlhis regulation and each alternative considered:

                      Regulation:              Benefit: $ llnknown                            Cost: $ none
                      Alternative 1:           Benefit: $                                     Cost: $
                      Alternative 2:           Benefit: $                                     Cost: $

3. Briefly discuss any quantification issues that are relevant to a comparison of estimated costs and benefits for this regulation or alternatives:
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   Future resource benefits and resource health are difficult to predict i light o f other biological and environmental factors beyond Agency's
   control. Consequently, future benetlts are sometimes d ~ i f i c u lto monetize.
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4. Rulemaking law requires agencies to consider performance standards as an alternative, if a regulation mandates the use of specific technologies or

   equipment, or prescribes specific actions or procedures. Were performance standards considered to lower compliance costs?                          Yes      No




E. MAJOR REGULATIONS (Include calculations and assumptions in the rulemaking record.) CalIEPA boards, ofiices, and departments are subject to the
following additional requirements per Health and Safety Code section 57005.


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                                   ECONOMIC AND FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT cont. (STD. 399, Rev. 12/2008)

1. Will the estimated costs of this regulation to California business enterprises exceed $10 million ?          Yes          No (If No, skip the rest of this section.)

2. Briefly describe each equally as an effective alternative, or combination of alternatives, for which a cost-effectiveness analysis was performed:
   Alternative 1:

   Alternative 2:

3. For the regulation, and each alternativejust described, enter the estimated total cost and overall cost-effectivenessratio:
   Regulation:                 $                                                        Cost-effectivenessratio: $
   Alternative 1:              $                                                        Cost-effectiveness ratio: $
   Alternative 2:              $                                                        Cost-effectivenessratio: $




                                                             FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT
A. FISCAL EFFECT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Indicate appropriate boxes1 through 6 and attach calculations and assumpuons of fiscal impact for the current
year and two subsequent Fiscal Years.)

    1. Additional expenditures of approxima!ely $                            in the current State Fiscal Year which are reimbursable by the State pursuant to
       Section 6 of Article Xlll B of the California Constitution and Sections 17500 et seq. of the Government Code. Funding for this reimbursement:


               a. is provided in                                , Budget Act of                 or Chapter                              , Statutes of

               b. will be requested in the                                     Governor's Budget for appropriation in Budget Act of
                                                      (FISCAL YEAR)

I72. Additional expenditures of approximately $                                in the current State Fiscal Year which are not reimbursable by the State pursuant to
         Section 6 of Article Xlll B of the California Constitution and Sections 17500 et seq. of the Government Code because this regulation:


         I7 a.      implements the Federal mandate contained in


               b, implements the court mandate set forth by the

                     court in the case of                                                                Vs.

               c. implements a mandate of the people of this State expressed in their approval of Proposition No.                           at the
                  election;                                                                                                                                (DATE)

          U d. is issued only in response to a specific request from the
                                                                                                                 ,which islare the only local entity@)affected;


               e. will be fully financed from the                                                                                                authorized by Section
                                                                                     (FEES. REVENUE, ETC.)




          I7 f,     provides for savings to each affected unit of local government which will, at a minimum, offset any additional costs to each such unit;


               g, creates, eliminates, or changes the penalty for a new crime or infraction contained in



    3.    Savings of approximately S                        annually


    4.    No additional costs or savings because this regulation makes only technical, non-substantiveor clarifying changes to current law regulations.



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                                 ECONOMIC AND FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT cont. (STD. 399, Rev. 1212008)

rn   5. No fiscal impact exists because this regulation does not affect any local entity or program.
C]6.     Other.

B. FISCAL EFFECT ON STATE GOVERNMENT (Indicate appropriate boxes 1 through 4 and attach calculations and assumptions of fiscal impact for the current
year and two subsequent Fiscal Years.)

      1 . Additional expenditures of approximately 5                       in the current State Fiscal Year. It is anticipated that State agencies will:

              a. be able to absorb these additional costs within their existing budgets and resources.

         C]b. request an increase in the currently authorized budget level for the                         fiscal year.


     2. Savings of approximately $                               in the current State Fiscal Year.

     3. NOfiscal impact exists because this regulation does not affect any State agency or program.
                  Depending o n the option chosen by t h e F i s h and Game Commission, nominal losses in landings taxes could occur up to S12,700
     4. Other.    .
                  m lost revenue to the D e p a ~ t m e no f F i s h and Game.
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C. FISCAL EFFECT ON FEDERAL FUNDING OF STATE PROGRAMS (Indicate appropriate boxes1 through 4 and attach calculations and assumptions of fiscal
impact for the current year and two subsequent Fiscal Years.)



      1 .Additional expenditures of approximately $                            in the current State Fiscal Year

C] 2. Savings of of approximately5                                 in the current State Fiscal Year.

      3, No fiscal impact exists because this regulation does not affect any federa!ly funded State agency or program
      4. Other.




APPROVAUCONCURRENCE




I.   The signature affesfs that the agency has completed the STD.399 according to the Instructionsin SAM sections 6601-6616,  and understands the
     impacfs of the proposed rulemaklng. Sfafe boards, offices, or departmenf not under an Agency Secretary must have the form signed by the highest
     ranking official in the organization.

2.   Finance approval and signature is required when SAM secfions 6601-6616require completion of Fiscal Impact Sfatemenf in the STD.399.




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