California Government Code
(a) (1)The aggregate amount of bonds qualified pursuant to this title in each calendar year shall not exceed three hundred fifty million dollars ($350,000,000) of the tax-exempt bonds and three hundred fifty million dollars ($350,000,000) of taxable bonds, per calendar year, commencing January 1, 1987. Until October 1 of each year, a minimum of 10 percent of the aggregate amount of taxable bond authority and a minimum of 10 percent of the aggregate amount of tax-exempt bond authority shall be reserved for projects located in enterprise zones pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 7073 and program areas pursuant to subdivision (i) of Section 7082. Any unused portion of the above reserved amounts as of October 1 of each year
shall be made available for projects without regard to enterprise zones and program areas.
(2) The limitation on the aggregate amount of bonds authorized pursuant to this title in paragraph (1) does not apply to bonds for projects supported by funds received from the federal government pursuant to the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).
(b) Each authority shall file with the commission reports at those times that are required by the commission, setting forth with respect to each project the bonds of an issue qualified by the commission or the authority, the bonds that have been issued and the dates of delivery and receipt of the purchase prices thereof, and the passage of the period or periods for lapse of qualification.
(c) Bonds may be delivered in return for the purchase
price within a six-month period of the making of the determinations required to be made pursuant to Section 91531 or the making of the last determinations to be made pursuant to Section 91532, unless extended for a definite period by further commission action or further authority action in the event the determinations were made by an authority pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 91531. The unissued amount of a qualification lapses upon the expiration of such period or periods.