HB25 (2005) Detail

Making appropriations for capital improvements.


CHAPTER 259

HB 25-FN-A – FINAL VERSION

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2005 SESSION

05-1069

10/09

HOUSE BILL 25-FN-A

AN ACT making appropriations for capital improvements.

SPONSORS: Rep. Chandler, Carr 1

COMMITTEE: Public Works and Highways

ANALYSIS

This bill makes appropriations for capital improvements for the biennium and extends certain lapse dates for previous appropriations.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

30Mar2005… 0883h

13Apr2005… 1011h

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05-1069

10/09

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Five

AN ACT making appropriations for capital improvements.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

259:1 Capital Appropriations. The sums hereinafter detailed are hereby appropriated for the projects specified to the departments, agencies, and branches named:

I. Adjutant General.

A. Armory Renovations $1,500,000

B. Armory Kitchen Expansion 2,300,000

Less Federal -1,725,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 575,000

C. Re-Roofing Building F & L 305,000

Less Federal -40,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph C 265,000

Total state appropriation paragraph I $2,340,000

II. Department of Administrative Services.

A. Bureau of Court Facilities.

1. Laconia District Court Renovation $4,116,000

2. Cheshire County Courthouse Design * 250,000

* The appropriation for the design of the Cheshire County courthouse shall

not be expended until input is received from the Cheshire County commissioners.

3. Manchester District Court Roof Replacement 97,000

4. Hillsborough County Superior Court-North

Roof Replacement 370,000

Total state appropriation subparagraph A $4,833,000

B. Bureau of General Services.

1. State House - Rehab Representatives Hall $388,000

2. State Library - Install Fire Suppression System 231,000

3. Londergan Hall - Replace Defective Windows 440,000

4. All State Owned Facilities - Emergency Repairs* 100,000

*Notwithstanding the provisions of RSA 228, any sums expended for emergency repairs under subparagraph 4 shall not require approval by governor and council.

5. 5 State Owned Buildings - Upgrade Energy Mgmt System 271,000

6. Monadnock Mill – Report Defective Masonry 119,500

7. NH Hospital Campus – Steam Plant Plan 75,000

8. Supreme Court Building – HVAC 230,000

9. Data Center - Replace Computer Room Cooling Units 444,000

10. Legislative Office Building - Replace Chiller 276,000

11. Office Park South, Roadway Design 250,000

12. M.S. Building, Renovation 9,300,000

Total state appropriation subparagraph B $12,124,500

Total state appropriation paragraph II $16,957,500

III. Community-Technical College System.

A. Critical Maintenance NH Technical Institute $965,000

B. Critical Maintenance Berlin/Laconia 1,500,000

C. Critical Maintenance Nashua/Claremont 1,200,000

D. Critical Maintenance Manchester/Stratham 900,000

E. Nursing Education Center - Design 250,000

F. Library Learning Resource Center- Claremont 1,800,000

G. Health Education and Tech. Center-Manchester 9,100,000

H. Pease Building Renovations 2,835,000

I. Planetarium - Projector 564,000

Total state appropriation paragraph III $19,114,000

IV. Department of Corrections.

A. Electronic Security Upgrades - Men’s Prison $775,000

B. Roof Repairs - Men’s Prison 2,434,000

C. Fire Alarm and Sprinkler System Upgrades - Men’s Prison 589,000

D. Upgrade Boiler Rm EPA Control and Replace 3 Smoke Stacks 119,000

Total state appropriation paragraph IV $3,917,000

V. Department of Education.

A. Renovation Regional Career and Tech Ed Center, Concord – State Share $4,658,703

B. Renovation Regional Career and Tech Ed Center, Conway – State Share 5,951,550

C. Pre-Engineering Technology 200,000

Total state appropriation paragraph V $10,810,253

VI. Department of Environmental Services.

A. Dam Repairs, Removal and Reconstruction $1,270,000

B. Drinking Water SRF Matching Funds 3,150,000

C. Wastewater SRF Matching Funds 3,450,000

D. Bedrock Aquifer Monitoring 103,420

E. Technical Services Bureau - Air Monitoring Program 103,000

F. North Country Gorham Office 175,000

G. Laboratory Clean Room 497,110

Total state appropriation paragraph VI $8,748,530

VII. Department of Health and Human Services.

A. Dolloff Building Electrical/Fire Alarm System Replacement $328,000

B. Main Building Fire Sprinkler Replacement 970,000

C. State Office Park South - Electrical System Upgrade 815,000

D. Water Damage Repair of Buildings - Glencliff 600,000

E. Renovation/Moving of Dietary Area - Glencliff 581,000

Total state appropriation paragraph VII $3,294,000

VIII. Liquor Commission.

A. Construct Public Restrooms - Store #38 Portsmouth $568,000

B. Construct Public Restrooms - Store #34 Salem 229,000

C. HVAC - Store #38 Portsmouth 62,000

Total state appropriation paragraph VIII $859,000

IX. Department of Resources and Economic Development.

A. Statewide Radio System $400,000

B. Hampton Beach Seawall Repairs 2,000,000

Less Other* -2,000,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 0

* To provide funds for the appropriation in subparagraph B for Hampton Beach seawall repairs, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $2,000,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Notwithstanding the use of funds under RSA 216:3, IV, payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the Hampton Beach capital improvement fund established in RSA 216:3, IV.

C. Roof Repair and Replacement Statewide 150,000

D. Interior and Exterior Building Repair Statewide 150,000

E. Mount Washington Electrification 540,000

Less Mount Washington Fund* -300,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph E 240,000

* To provide funds for the appropriation of Mount Washington funds made in subparagraph E, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $300,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the Mount Washington fund established in RSA 227-B:9.

Total state appropriation paragraph IX $940,000

X. Office of Information Technology.

A. Administrative Services, Enterprise Resource Planning $200,000

B. Department of Health and Human Services

MMIS Reprocurement $25,000,000

Less Federal -20,000,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 5,000,000

C. Community-Technical College System.

1. Information Technology - VMS Upgrade to Unix $800,000

2. Information Technology - Single Banner Database 581,600

3. Information Technology - Classroom Networks 466,640

4. Information Technology - Data Center Servers 269,280

5. Information Technology - Campus Administrative Servers 147,500

Total state appropriation subparagraph C $2,265,020

Total state appropriation paragraph X $7,465,020

XI. Secretary of State.

A. Renovations to Archives Building $1,150,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XI $1,150,000

XII. Veterans’ Home.

A. HVAC, Tarr Unit Roof, Life Safety Updates $2,944,000

Less Federal -1,913,600

Net state appropriation subparagraph A $1,030,400

Total state appropriation paragraph XII $1,030,400

XIII. Department of Transportation.

A. 2½-5 Percent Match for FAA Projects $50,835,614

Less Federal -42,273,824

Less Other -6,273,286

Net state appropriation subparagraph A 2,288,504

B. Public Transit Bus Replacement 440,000

C. Public Transit Bus Facility Improvements 410,000

D. Supreme Court Road/Security 120,000

E. Railroad Bridge Repairs 800,000

F. Railroad Acquisition, Right of First Refusal 500,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XIII $ 4,558,504

Total state appropriation section 1 $81,184,207

259:2 Appropriation; University System of New Hampshire.

I. The Knowledge Economy Education Plan (KEEP NH) documents the need for investment in university system of New Hampshire projects primarily to renovate and expand science, engineering and technology facilities. The sum of $109,500,000 is hereby committed and appropriated to the university system of New Hampshire (USNH) for the KEEP NH plan, effective July 1, 2005 but limited to the drawdown of funds as stated in this section. The appropriation is for the following capital projects:

A. DeMeritt Hall renovation and expansion (UNH);

B. James Hall renovation and expansion (UNH);

C. Parsons Hall renovation (UNH);

D. Planning for renovation of Nesmith Hall (UNH), renovation and expansion of Physical Education Center (PSU), and conversion of former Zorn dining commons to academic building (KSC);

E. Infrastructure work on the Keene State College and Plymouth State University campuses;

F. NHPTV equipment (UNH); and

G. University Centers that would co-locate USNH and Community-Technical College System programs.

II. The university system board of trustees will determine the timing of the projects and the specific dollar allocation to each from the above sum available, while ensuring the respective campus priorities are addressed. The board of trustees shall report on the progress of the projects in paragraph I to the capital budget overview committee on a quarterly basis. The appropriation shall be nonlapsing and in addition to any other appropriation to the university system; provided, however, that the university system shall not receive actual cumulative payments from the state for such purposes of more than:

A. $4,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2007.

B. $39,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2009 ($35,000,000 in new authorization for the biennium).

C. $74,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2011 ($35,000,000 in new authorization for the biennium).

D. $109,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2013 ($35,000,000 in new authorization for the biennium).

III. In addition to sums appropriated to the university system of New Hampshire in paragraphs I and II, the sum of $3,000,000 is appropriated beginning July 1, 2007 for the capital project on the UNH campus for the renovation of the stadium and the athletic complex; provided, however, that the $3,000,000 state appropriation shall not be expended or encumbered until the board of trustees certifies to the capital budget overview committee that by June 30, 2007 the sum of $30,000,000 in private capital has been raised and committed to the stadium and athletic complex renovation project. The appropriation in this paragraph shall not lapse until July 1, 2009. The board of trustees shall include in the quarterly reports to the capital budget overview committee required under paragraph II a summary of the commitments of private capital for the stadium and athletic complex renovation project.

259:3 Appropriation; Fish and Game Department. The sums hereinafter detailed are appropriated for the projects specified:

I. Headquarters Roof Replacement $185,000

II. Hatchery System Modernization 1,500,000

III. Dam Reconstruction 500,000

Total state appropriation section 3 $2,185,000

259:4 Appropriation. Department of Safety and Department of Transportation. The sums hereinafter detailed are appropriated for the projects specified:

I. Department of Safety.

A. Enhanced Road Toll System $1,500,000

B. DMV Storage Building (23 Hazen Drive) 264,000

C. DMV Offices Add Fire and Intrusion Alarms 172,000

D. Milford DMV Office Addition 462,000

E. 33 Hazen Drive Renovations 575,000

F. Radio Maintenance Expansion 500,000

Less Turnpike Fund -95,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph F 405,000

Total state appropriation paragraph I $3,378,000

II. Department of Transportation.

A. Renovation and Addition District 4 Office - Swanzey $840,000

B. Renovate Patrol Shed - Franconia 525,000

C. New Patrol Shed - Conway 3,020,000

D. District 5 Office - Hooksett 1,780,000

E. Salt Storage Sheds - Statewide 1,390,000

F. Supreme Court Road/Security 240,000

G. Design Welcome Center - Shelburne and Lebanon 200,000

H. Energy/Environmental Renovations - Statewide 310,000

I. Chesterfield Welcome Center and Antrim Rest Area 700,000

Total state appropriation paragraph II $ 9,005,000

Total state appropriation section 4 $12,383,000

259:5 Expenditures; General. The appropriation made for the purpose mentioned in sections 1, 3, and 4 and the sums available for those projects shall be expended by the trustees, commissions, commissioner, or department head of the institutions and departments referred to herein; provided that all contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 228.

259:6 Expenditures; University System of New Hampshire.

I. The appropriations made for the purposes mentioned in section 2 of this act and the sums available for these projects shall be expended by the trustees of the university system of New Hampshire. All contracts for the construction of all or any part of said buildings or facilities shall be let only after competitive sealed bids have been received and only after an advertisement calling for such bids has been published at least once in each 2 successive calendar weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in New Hampshire or in a trade journal known to be circulated among the contractors from whom bids will be sought with the state of New Hampshire or elsewhere in the area. The first publication of such advertisement shall be not less than 30 days prior to the date the bids will be received. All conditions considered, wherever possible, it is recommended that the services of New Hampshire architectural and construction firms be considered within the discretion of the trustees.

II. The appropriations made in section 2 of this act are available for all costs incidental to the completion of the projects enumerated including the costs of the services of architects, engineers, and other consultants of such kind and capacity as the university system board of trustees, in its discretion, may wish to employ on such terms and conditions as the board determines. These moneys shall be spent under the direction of the university system board of trustees.

III. If, in the judgment of the trustees of the university system, just cause exists indicating the lowest bid should be rejected, then the contract may be awarded to the next lowest bidder; or, if the next lowest bid should be rejected, the contract may be awarded to the third lowest bidder.

IV. The board of trustees of the university system has the right to reject any and all bids and, if the lowest bid is in excess of the appropriation, the board has the right to negotiate with the low bidder or with the 3 lowest bidders for a contract for the construction upon terms considered most advantageous to the university. If only one bid is received, the board of trustees may negotiate a contract for the construction on terms considered most advantageous to the university system and to the state. Any authorization contained in this act which is at variance with the requirements of applicable federal law and regulations shall be controlled by the terms of the federal law and regulations.

V. Notwithstanding paragraphs I, III, and IV, the sums appropriated by section 2 of this act for all or any of the projects listed in section 2, may be expended and awarded by the trustees of the university system; provided that all contracts for all or any part of the building or facilities shall follow construction management procurement procedures and guidelines. If the trustees select construction management pursuant to this paragraph, paragraphs I, III, and IV shall not apply and the trustees shall retain the right to reject or negotiate following accepted construction management practices.

259:7 Land Acquisition. Any land acquired under the appropriations made in sections 1, 3 and 4 of this act, if any, as may be acquired under the appropriation except such land if any as may be acquired for the department of environmental services, shall be purchased by the commissioner of department of transportation with the approval of governor and council.

259:8 Bonds Authorized.

I. To provide funds for the total of the appropriations of state funds made in sections 1, 3, and 4 of this act, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $95,752,207 and for said purposes may issue bonds and notes in the names and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of RSA 6-A.

II. To provide funds for the appropriation made in section 2, paragraphs I and II, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $109,500,000 and for said purposes may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A; provided the cumulative bonds or notes shall not be issued in excess of:

(1) $4,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2007.

(2) $39,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2009.

(3) $74,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2011.

(4) $109,500,000 through the biennium ending June 30, 2013.

III. To provide funds for the appropriation of state funds made in section 2, paragraph III, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $3,000,000 and for said purposes may issue bonds and notes in the names and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of RSA 6-A.

259:9 Payments.

I. The payment of principal and interest on bonds and notes issued for the projects in sections 1 and 2 shall be made when due from the general funds in the state.

II. The payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for the projects in:

(a) Section 3 shall be made from the fish and game fund.

(b) Section 4 shall be made from the highway fund.

259:10 Powers of Governor and Council. The governor and council are hereby authorized and empowered:

I. To cooperate with and enter into such agreements with the federal government, or any agency thereof, as they may deem advisable, to secure federal funds for the purposes hereof.

II. To accept any federal funds which are, or become available for any project under sections 1, 3, and 4 beyond the estimated amounts. The net appropriation of state funds for any project for which such additional federal funds are accepted shall be reduced by the amount of such additional funds, and the amount of bonding authorized by section 8 shall be reduced by the same amount.

259:11 Transfers. The individual project appropriations provided in sections 1, 3, and 4 of this act shall not be transferred or expended for any other purposes; provided that if there is a balance remaining after an individual project, which is fully funded by state funds, is completed, accepted, and final payment made, said balance or any part thereof may be transferred by governor and council, to any other individual project or projects, which are also fully funded by state funds, within the same section and from the same funding source, provided that prior approval or the capital budget overview committee is obtained.

259:12 Reduction of Appropriation and Bonding Authority. If the net appropriation of state funds for any project provided for by sections 1, 3, and 4 is determined on the basis of an estimate of anticipated federal, local, or other funds, and if the amount of such funds actually received or available is less than said estimate, then the total authorized cost for such projects and the net appropriation of state funds thereof shall be reduced by the same proportion as the proportion by which federal, local, or other funds are reduced. The amount of bonding authorized by section 8 shall be reduced by the amount that the appropriation of state funds is reduced pursuant to this section.

259:13 Department of Safety; Capital Appropriation; Boat Facility in Belmont; Bonds Authorized.

I. There is hereby appropriated to the department of safety a sum not to exceed $870,000 for the purchase of land and buildings at 3 Higgins Drive in the town of Belmont, identified as tax map 126, lot 11, for use as a boat storage, maintenance, and repair facility and office space.

II. To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph I, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $870,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest of the bonds and notes shall be made from the navigation safety fund established in RSA 270-E:6-a. The bonds shall be 20-year bonds.

259:14 Adjutant General; Project Amount Increased; Federal Funds. Amend 2003, 240:1, I, B to read as follows:

B. STARC Armory - Concord [ 9,033,100] 14,570,895

Less Federal -[6,774,825] 12,312,620

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 2,258,275

259:15 Appropriation; Community-Technical College System; Bonds Authorized.

I. The department of regional community-technical colleges is hereby appropriated the following sums for the following capital projects:

(a) Renovation of cafeteria - Nashua $297,000

(b) Student wellness center - Nashua $6,531,000

(c) Sweeney hall snack bar, patio and

auditorium renovations-Concord $1,007,000

(d) Residence hall suites - NHTI Concord $7,259,000

(e) Little hall dining services renovation - NHTI Concord $1,928,000

II. To provide funds for the appropriations made in paragraph I of this section, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $17,022,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from student fees.

259:16 Enterprise Resource Planning; Progress and Implementation.

I. The speaker of the house of representatives shall appoint a house member and the president of the senate shall appoint a senate member for the purpose of monitoring the progress and implementation of the capital appropriation for enterprise resource planning made to the department of administrative services in 2003, 240:1, C, 2 and 240:3, III, A, and as extended by section 25 of this act.

II. The department of administrative services shall report at least every 60 days to the fiscal committee of the general court on the progress and implementation of the capital appropriation for enterprise resource planning.

III. No funds from the capital appropriation for enterprise resource planning made to the department of administrative services in 2003, 240:1, C, 2 and 240:3, III, A, and as extended by this act may be encumbered or expended without the prior approval of the capital budget overview committee. The capital budget overview committee shall report its actions under this paragraph to the fiscal committee of the general court.

259:17 Capital Appropriation; Department of Health and Human Services; YDC Master Plan; Bonds Authorized. The sum of $100,000 is hereby appropriated to the department of health and human services for the YDC campus master plan. To provide funds for the appropriation made in this section, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $100,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the funds received pursuant to RSA 186-C:20.

259:18 Capital Appropriation; Department of Safety; Fire Marshal Addition; Bonds Authorized. The sum of $750,000 is hereby appropriated to the department of safety for the construction of the EOC building, fire marshal addition. To provide funds for the appropriation made in this section, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $750,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the fire standards and training and emergency medical services fund in RSA 21-P:12-d.

259:19 Appropriation; Department of Safety. The sum of $648,000 is hereby appropriated from the fire standards and training and emergency medical services fund in RSA 21-P:12-d to the department of safety for use in the construction of the fire station addition for equipment and vehicle storage.

259:20 Capital Appropriation; Department of Transportation; Underground Fuel Tank Storage; Bonds Authorized. The sum of $1,800,000 is hereby appropriated to the department of transportation for underground fuel tank storage/replacement. To provide funds for the appropriation made in this section, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $1,800,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the oil discharge and disposal cleanup fund established in RSA 146-D:3.

259:21 Study Committee Established; SRF Funds.

I. There is established a committee to study the funding of matching funds for the department of environmental services drinking water and wastewater state revolving funds.

II. The members of the committee shall be as follows:

(a) Three members of the house of representatives, appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives.

(b) Three members of the senate, appointed by the president of the senate.

III. Members of the committee shall receive mileage at the legislative rate when attending to the duties of the committee.

IV. The committee shall study the funding of matching funds for the department of environmental services drinking water and wastewater state revolving fund as provided in the biennial capital budget.

V. The members of the study committee shall elect a chairperson from among the members. The first meeting of the committee shall be called by the first-named house member. The first meeting of the committee shall be held within 45 days of the effective date of this section. Four members of the committee shall constitute a quorum.

VI. The committee shall report its findings and any recommendations for proposed legislation to the speaker of the house of representatives, the president of the senate, the house clerk, the senate clerk, the governor, and the state library on or before November 1, 2006.

259:22 Study Committee Established; Strengthening Rural Transit Routes.

I. There is established a committee to study the strengthening of state rural transit routes.

II. The members of the committee shall be as follows:

(a) Two members of the house of representatives, who shall be from the public works and highways committee, appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives.

(b) One member of the senate, appointed by the president of the senate.

(c) The committee shall have as nonvoting members the commissioner of the department of transportation or designee and the commissioner of health and human services or designee.

III. Legislative members of the committee shall receive mileage at the legislative rate when attending to the duties of the committee.

IV. The committee shall study the strengthening of state rural transit routes.

V. The members of the study committee shall elect a chairperson from among the members. The first meeting of the committee shall be called by the first-named house member. The first meeting of the committee shall be held within 45 days of the effective date of this section. Four members of the committee shall constitute a quorum.

VI. The committee shall report its findings and any recommendations for proposed legislation to the speaker of the house of representatives, the president of the senate, the house clerk, the senate clerk, the governor, and the state library on or before November 1, 2006.

259:23 Community-Technical College System; Oversight and Reporting Required. The community-technical college system shall provide a report every 180 days to the governor and legislative capital budget overview committee on the progress of each of the capital projects funded from the sums appropriated and authorized in paragraphs III and X, C of section 1 of this act, and section 15 of this act, beginning September 30, 2005 until the funds appropriated are fully expended. Said reports shall include the method of selecting contractors, the current total project cost, funds encumbered, actual expenditures, and estimated completion date for each project.

259:24 Bureau of Public Works; Construction Inspection Services. The appropriations for those projects which are managed by the bureau of public works, department of transportation, may be expended to fund temporary personnel for the purpose of providing construction inspection services for those projects included in sections 1, 3, and 4 of this act.

259:25 Lapse Dates Extended to June 30, 2007. The following appropriations are hereby extended to June 30, 2007.

I. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2001, 202:1, I, C, as extended by 2003, 240:34, IV, for army aviation support facility construction – Concord.

II. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2003, 240:1, I, A, for armory renovations.

III. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2003, 240:1, I, B, for STARC armory - Concord.

IV. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2003, 240:1, I, C, for armory kitchen expansions.

V. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2003, 240:1, I, D, for joint service training facility design.

VI. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services, in 1999, 226:1, II, A, 8, as extended by 2001, 202:28, XIV, and 2003, 240:34, XX, for executive/legislative budget system.

VII. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of court facilities in 2003, 240:1, II, A, 1, for architectural and engineering - Hampton district court.

VIII. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 1, for 4 and 6 Hazen drive - upgrade security.

IX. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 5, for Londergan hall - replace elevator.

X. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 6, for Londergan hall - replace defective flooring.

XI. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 7, for state house annex - replace defective flooring.

XII. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 8, for state house and state house annex - install emergency generator.

XIII. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 11, for Monadnock Mill - repair building foundation.

XIV. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of general services in 2003, 240:1, II, B, 12, for site and design parking garage - executive/legislative.

XV. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - financial data management in 2003, 240:1, II, C, 1, for campus wiring.

XVI. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - financial data management in 2003, 240:1, II, C, 2, for enterprise resource planning.

XVII. The appropriation made to the community-technical college system in 2003, 240:1, III, H, for Christa McAuliffe planetarium - Alan B. Shepard memorial wing.

XVIII. The appropriation made to the community-technical college system in 2003, 240:1, III, D, for student residence hall rehabilitation - NHTI.

XIX. The appropriation made to the community-technical college system in 2003, 240:1, III, E, for new academic building - Laconia.

XX. The appropriation made to the community-technical college system in 2003, 240:1, III, G, for critical repairs.

XXI. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2001, 130:14, II, as extended by 2003, 240:34, XC, for information technology projects.

XXII. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2003, 240:1, IV, A, for regional career and technical education center match - Portsmouth.

XXIII. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2003, 240:1, IV, B, for regional career and technical education center match - Berlin.

XXIV. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 1999, 226:1, VII, A, as extended by 2001, 202:28, LVII, and 2003, 240:34, XXXVI, for the drinking water state revolving match.

XXV. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 1999, 226:1, VII, D, as extended by 2001, 202:28, L, and 2003, 240:34: XXXIX, for storage building for emergency response equipment.

XXVI. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2001, 202:1, VIII, A, as extended by 2003, 240:34, XL, for drinking water state revolving fund matching funds.

XXVII. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2001, 202:1, VIII, B, as extended by 2003, 240:34, XLI, for wastewater state revolving fund matching funds.

XXVIII. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2003, 240:1, V, A, for hazardous waste superfund match.

XXIX. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2003, 240:1, V, B, for drinking water state revolving fund matching funds.

XXX. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2003, 240:1, V, C, for wastewater state revolving fund matching funds.

XXXI. The appropriation made to the fish and game department in 2003, 240:2, A, for hatchery system modernization.

XXXII. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 1999, 226:1, VIII, H, as extended by 2001, 202:28, XLIV, and 2003, 240:34, LII, for information technology.

XXXIII. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2001, 202:1, IX, B, as extended by 2003, 240:34, LIV, for asbestos abatement - state office park south.

XXXIV. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2001, 202:1, IX, H, as extended by 2003, 240:34, LVIII, for bridges enhancement.

XXXV. The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2003, 240:1, VII, B, for design/build new store - Keene.

XXXVI. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2003, 240:1, VIII, B, replace bath house and septic pump -Pawtuckaway.

XXXVII. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2003, 240:1, VIII, C, for replace toilet/shower building - Bear Brook.

XXXVIII. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2003, 240:1, VIII, D, for Mount Washington electrification.

XXXIX. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2003, 240:1, VIII, E, for Monadnock campground renovation.

XL. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2003, 240:3, I, A, finish second floor of DMV building - Hazen Drive.

XLI. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2003, 240:3, I, D, finish Troop D first floor.

XLII. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2003, 240:3, I, E, as amended by 2004, 217:1, for emergency operations center/transportation management center.

XLIII. The appropriation made to the department of state in 2003, 240:1, X, A, for archives addition - design and build.

XLIV. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 1999, 226:4, I, F, as extended by 2001, 202:28, XXXVI, and 2003, 240:34, LXXVII, and amended by 2003, 240:29 for Conway rest area.

XLV. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2001, 202:1, XIII, D, as extended by 2003, 240:34, LXXX, for public transit bus replacement.

XLVI. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2001, 202:4, II, D, as extended by 2003, 240:34, LXXXII, and as amended by 2002, 106:1, for new garage and testing lab facility.

XLVII. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2003, 240:1, XI, A, for 5 - 10 percent match for FAA projects.

XLVIII. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2003, 240:1, XI, B, for public transit bus replacement match.

XLIX. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2003, 240:3, II, A, for patrol and salt sheds - statewide.

L. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2003, 240:3, II, B, for garage and material lab equipment.

LI. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2003, 240:3, II, C, for Antrim rest area replacement - design and right-of-way.

LII. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2003, 240:3, II, D, for Chesterfield rest area replacement - design and right-of-way.

LIII. The appropriation made to the New Hampshire veterans’ home in 2003, 240:1, XII, A, for upgrade fire safety and renovation project.

LIV. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services – financial data management in 2003, 240:3, III, A, for enterprise resource planning.

LV. The appropriation made to the community-technical college system in 2003, 240:1, III, C for ventilation –Berlin.

LVI. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 1999, 226:1, XIII, C, as extended by 2001, 202:28 XXXIII, and 2003, 240:34, LXXVI, for acquisition for railroad and airport properties.

259:26 Effective Date.

I. Section 25 of this act shall take effect June 30, 2005.

II. The remainder of this act shall take effect July 1, 2005.

(Approved: July 18, 2005)

(Effective Date: I. Section 25 shall take effect June 30, 2005.

II. Remainder shall take effect July 1, 2005)

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HB25 Revision: 8729 Date: Jan. 21, 2010, midnight

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