SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a $687 million emergency drought-relief package last year, but about half of the money has yet to be awarded or spent. Highlights of where the money was supposed to go and how much has been spent as of June 1:

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a $687 million emergency drought-relief package last year, but about half of the money has yet to be awarded or spent. Highlights of where the money was supposed to go and how much has been spent as of June 1:

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PROJECTS, AMOUNT SPENT VERSUS ALLOCATION

Local water infrastructure projects grants, $221 million spent out of $472 million.

Flood control projects, $43.4 million spent out of $77 million.

Aid for food banks, $22.1 million spent out of $25 million.

Housing and rental assistance, $11.25 million spent out of $21 million.

Water-use efficiency grants, $300,000 spent out of $20 million.

Emergency public drinking water, $13.1 million spent out of $15 million.

Agricultural water efficiency and enhancement grants, $9.6 million out of $10 million.

Farmer retraining programs, full $2 million spent.

Fish, stream and other conservation activities, full $2.3 million spent.

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SOURCE: California Department of Finance