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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 36100

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The Legislature finds that developing an urban problem-solving capability requires that:

(a) Federal assistance be offered in a flexible manner which allows state and local governments to define their needs, set their priorities, and design programs which respond directly to local conditions.

(b) Local governments have the skills and resources needed to lead urban problem-solving efforts.

(c) Local, state, and federal governments coordinate their independent programs so that their resources will be concentrated on the most pressing urban problems.

(d) Government develop programs which integrate specialized services of different agencies to meet the multifaceted nature of urban problems, and specifically coordinate and integrate physical and social planning and delivery of services.

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