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Delaware Code Title 3. Agriculture § 923. Interim Foundation staffing

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(a) Until such time that funding is available to support a permanent Foundation staff, the staff support necessary for Foundation activities provided under this chapter shall be provided by the Agricultural Lands Preservation Section of the Department of Agriculture. Such Section shall, within 9 months of July 8, 1991, prepare in coordination with the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the Planning and Zoning Commissions of the respective counties, for review and consideration of the Foundation, the following:

(1) Proposed additional criteria for establishment and maintenance of Agricultural Preservation Districts;

(2) A proposed selection system for scoring, ranking and prioritizing applications for conveyance of preservation easements;

(3) A draft statewide agricultural lands preservation strategy; and

(4) Proposed procedural rules and regulations for conduct of the internal affairs of the Foundation, including the development of draft application forms and procedures for conducting business.

(b) The Department of Agriculture shall provide to the Foundation the administrative support necessary for the organization of the Foundation, including accommodations for meetings until such time that an office is opened by the Foundation.

(c) The Foundation shall, from its sources of funding, reimburse the Department of Agriculture for any out-of-pocket costs expended by the Department of Agriculture on behalf of the Foundation which are related to efforts undertaken by the Department of Agriculture under this section.

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