The Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges shall:
(a) Advise the governing board of each community college district on the acquisition of new college sites, and after a review of available plots, give the governing board of the district in writing a list of the approved locations in the order of their merit, considering especially the matters of educational merit, reduction of traffic hazards, and conformity to the organized regional plans as presented in the master plan of the planning commission having jurisdiction, and charge the governing board of the community college district a reasonable fee as determined by the board of governors for each 10 acres or fraction thereof of schoolsite reviewed.
(b) Establish standards for community college facilities.
(c) Review plans and specifications for all construction in those community college districts that have submitted plans and specifications therefor to the board of governors for approval.
(d) For services rendered for the review of plans and specifications of a proposed project, the board of governors shall charge a reasonable fee as established by it.
(e) Approve plans and specifications submitted by governing boards of community college districts, and return without approval and with recommendation for changes, any plans not conforming to established standards.
(Amended by Stats. 1990, Ch. 1372, Sec. 577.)