The Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission shall prioritize in its educational, monitoring, and bond proceeds expenditure decisions, proposals, or projects designed to achieve bay restoration objectives including, but not limited to, all of the following:
(a) The reduction or elimination of stormwater, urban runoff, and point and nonpoint source pollution.
(b) The reduction or prevention of the threat of oil and sewage spills and leaks.
(c) The reduction and prevention of beach erosion.
(d) The reduction and prevention of public health threats from pollution.
(e) The prevention and restoration of, and protection against, loss of wetlands, coastal and riparian habitats, and Santa Monica Bay’s natural and living resources.
(f) Effective enforcement of appropriate environmental laws.
(g) Public education and warnings of any dangers of consuming contaminated seafood.
(h) Increased public education concerning the Santa Monica Bay in collaboration with universities and grades K-12 schools.
(i) Assuring that ocean resources are accessible to all Californians regardless of socioeconomic status, and are preserved and enhanced for future generations.