(a) On January 1, 2013, the service authority created in the County of San Diego shall
be dissolved, and, notwithstanding Section 2551, SANDAG shall become the successor to the dissolved service authority and assume
the remaining responsibilities for all operational, administrative, and maintenance
tasks for the callbox system. SANDAG shall post its detailed budget relative to the revenue received from the
collection of fees pursuant to Section 9250.10 of the Vehicle Code, and the expenditures of these funds, on its Internet Web site.
(b) Any reserves in excess of four million dollars ($4,000,000) held by the authority
on the date that the act adding this section becomes effective shall be distributed
to cities in the County of San Diego, and to the county with respect to the unincorporated
area of the county, in proportion to fees paid pursuant to Section 2555 in the 2010-11
fiscal year by residents of each city and the unincorporated area. SANDAG, as the successor authority, shall distribute the funds on or before March
31, 2013. The distributed funds shall be used by the recipient jurisdictions in compliance
with the provisions of Section 2557.
(c) The authority shall develop a plan in consultation with SANDAG for transitioning
its responsibilities to SANDAG during the transition period between the effective
date of the act adding this section and January 1, 2013. During the transition period, the authority shall not expend any funds or enter
into any contracts without written approval from SANDAG.
(d) SANDAG as the successor authority may continue to fund police, fire, and rescue
helicopter programs consistent with the provisions of Section 2557.
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