HB25 (2017) Detail

Making appropriations for capital improvements.


CHAPTER 228

HB 25-FN-A - FINAL VERSION

 

5Apr2017... 1185h

05/31/2017   1755s

05/31/2017   2089s

22Jun2017... 2368CofC

22Jun2017... 2391EBA

2017 SESSION

17-0999

10/03

 

HOUSE BILL 25-FN-A

 

AN ACT making appropriations for capital improvements.

 

SPONSORS: Rep. Chandler, Carr. 1

 

COMMITTEE: Public Works and Highways

 

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Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

5Apr2017... 1185h

05/31/2017   1755s

05/31/2017   2089s

22Jun2017... 2368-CofC

22Jun2017... 2391EBA

17-0999

10/03

 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

 

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Seventeen

 

AN ACT making appropriations for capital improvements.

 

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

 

228:1  Capital Appropriations.  The sums hereinafter detailed are hereby appropriated for the projects specified to the departments, agencies, and branches named:

I.  Adjutant General

A. Pembroke Readiness Ctr & State Active Duty Annex 15,000,000

Less Federal Funds (12,000,000) Net State 3,000,000

B. Concord Readiness Center 4,050,000 Less Federal Funds (4,050,000) Net State 0 C. Littleton Readiness Center Design 2,500,000 Less Federal Funds (2,500,000) Net State 0 D. Concord Anti-Terrorism Security Improvements 1,250,000 Less Federal Funds (625,000) Net State 625,000

E. Concord Medical Facility Health Improvements 500,000 Less Federal Funds (250,000) Net State 250,000

F. Statewide Fire/Life/Safety Improvements 1,000,000 Less Federal Funds (500,000) Net State 500,000

G. Statewide Critical Maintenance 300,000 Less Federal Funds (150,000) Net State 150,000

H. Manchester Roof Replacement 1,150,000 Less Federal Funds (575,000) Net State 575,000

I. Replace Roof on Cemetery Maintenance Building 125,000

J. Archaeological Study for Phase 2 Cemetery Development 55,000

K. Cemetery Expand   Lawn Crypts, Roadways, Irrigation 2,418,000 Less Federal Funds (2,418,000) Net State 0 Total state appropriation paragraph I $5,280,000 II.  Department of Administrative Services

A. Statewide Projects 1. Statewide Emergency Funding 500,000 2. Statewide Energy Efficiency Improvements Projects 500,000 B. General Services 1. DoIT - New Computer Room Fire System 150,000 2. Safety - Roof Replacement 875,000 3. Spaulding - Roof Replacement 115,000 4. State Owned Buildings - Security Upgrades 1,700,000 5. Health and Human Services - Security Upgrades 900,000 6. Claremont - HVAC Replacements and Repairs 165,000 7. Walker Building - Roof Modifications 180,000

8. State Library Parapet and Ceiling Repair 1,500,000

9. State House Representatives Hall - Paint Ceiling 665,000

10. Concord Steam Project,  Heating of

State-Owned Buildings 7,000,000

Less Other Funds* (7,000,000) Net State 0

C. Facilities & Asset Management

1. Main Bldg Lodge Roof Replacement/brick/trim repairs 295,000 2. Main Bldg-North End ADA Access & Emergency Egress 1,715,000 3. Main Bldg, Peasley Wing Roof Replacement 380,000 D. Court Facilities 1. Convert AOC Building to Probate Court 1,850,000 2. AOC - New Roof 165,000 3. Milford Circuit Court - New Courthouse 5,675,000 4. Supreme Court Building - New Roof, Insulation, Dome Repair 950,000 5. Hampton Circuit Court - New Courthouse 4,500,000 6. Portsmouth Circuit Court - New Roof 285,000 7. Rochester Circuit Court - New Roof 230,000 E. Financial Data Management 1. ERP Sustainability and Advancement 1,300,000 2. ERP Scheduling and Attendance 2,000,000 Total state appropriation paragraph II $26,595,000

*To provide funds for the appropriation made in subparagraph B, 10, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $7,000,000 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. The bonds for this project shall be 5-year bonds.  Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes for the $7,000,000 state appropriation shall be made from the dedicated fund established for the transfer of unexpended state heating system appropriations realized from savings resulting from the Concord Steam project.  Such dedicated fund shall be established within RSA 21-I by legislation during the 2017 regular legislative session.  If no such dedicated fund for state heating system savings from the Concord Steam project within RSA 21-I becomes law during the 2017 regular legislative session, or if the anticipated savings generated by the Concord Steam project conversion are insufficient to fund the scheduled payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes, then the payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the general fund.  

III.  Community College System of New Hampshire *

A. Critical Maintenance and Safety 4,200,000 B. Information Technology Infrastructure 3,400,000 C. Industry Pathway Lab Renovations 2,000,000 Total state appropriation paragraph III $9,600,000 * If the trustees of the community college system of New Hampshire determine that the funding needs for the projects authorized in subparagraphs A-C have been met, then up to $200,000 of the sum appropriated in paragraph III may be used for Nashua community college aviation technology program planning.

IV.  Department of Corrections

A. Transitional Work Center - Complete Bathroom Replace 500,000 B. Repair Bathroom Floors - Med Cust N & Med Cust S 650,000 C. Elevator Replacement 825,000 D. SHU Door Control Software (SHSP-Men) 450,000 E. Door Replacement (NHSP-Men) 101,000 F. Electronic Controls and Security Camera Installation 625,000 G. Body Alarm/Man Down System (NHSP-Men) 2,000,000 Total state appropriation paragraph IV $5,151,000 V.  Department of Cultural Resources A. Replacement of NH Union Catalog 487,781 Total state appropriation paragraph V $487,781 VI.  Department of Education

A. Renovation of Plymouth CTE Center- State Share * 5,341,673

B. Renovation of Rochester CTE Center- State Share* ** 8,000,000

C. Pre-Engineering Technology Program __200,000 Total state appropriation paragraph VI $13,541,673 *The funds appropriated to the department of education for the CTE center, Plymouth and for  the CTE center, Rochester, shall not be spent, obligated, or encumbered until such time as an action plan has received approval from the capital budget overview committee.

**  The general court intends that the department of education shall include the remaining funding for the CTE center in Rochester as the first priority on the biennial 2018-2019 priority list of facilities and programs eligible for renovation and expansion pursuant to RSA 188-E:10.

VII.  Office of Energy and Planning A. Fuel Assistance Program/Weatherization Assistance Program,

Database and Program Management 316,000 Less Federal Funds (316,000) Net State 0 Total state appropriation paragraph VII $           0 VIII.  Department of Environmental Services

A. Dam Repairs and Reconstruction * 3,205,000 B. Drinking Water SRF State Matching Funds 3,619,800 C. Clean Water SRF State Matching Funds 3,333,700 D. Cyanobacteria Laboratory Equipment 50,000 E. Statewide Air Monitoring Infrastructure Upgrades 136,000 F. Hazardous Waste Superfund Match 445,000 G. Construction & Operations Facility 595,000 H. Ossipee Lake Dam Reconstruction 4,909,000 Total state appropriation paragraph VIII $16,293,500 *For the appropriation made in subparagraph VIII, A, the department is authorized to reallocate funds as necessary to address emergencies or alternate repairs or reconstruction needs at other dams if delays in other projects occur.

IX.  Fish And Game Department A. Headquarters Building Security 38,023 Less Other Funds* (38,023) Net State 0 B. Hatchery Infrastructure Improvements 146,000 Less Other Funds* (146,000) Net State _______0 Total state appropriation paragraph IX $           0

*To provide funds for the appropriations made in paragraph  IX, A and B, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $184,023 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 fish and game fund established in RSA 206:33.

X.  Department of Health and Human Services

A. MMIS Technical Stack Upgrade 22,838,341 Less Federal Funds (20,554,507) Net State 2,283,834 B. Glencliff Home Dementia Treatment Improvement 750,000 C. Developmental Services IT Remediation Plan 4,077,925 Less Federal Funds (3,670,133) Net State 407,792 D. Glencliff Home  Fire Road & Travel Rebuild 560,000 E. New HEIGHTS & NH EASY Gateway Modernization 15,037,671 Less Federal Funds (12,631,643) Net State 2,406,028 F. DCYF Central Scanning Unit 999,457 Less Federal Funds (499,728) Net State 499,729 G. NH Hospital Air Handling System Upgrades 2,400,000 H. Automated In-Line Mailing System 500,000

Less Federal Funds 250,000

Net State 250,000

I. Glencliff Home  LaMott Wing Window Replacement 511,000 Total state appropriation paragraph X $10,068,383 XI.  Housing Finance Authority

A. Affordable Housing Fund 2,500,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XI $2,500,000 XII.  Department of Information Technology*

A. Cyber Security Program Enhancement 1,392,555 B. Enterprise Workflow/Document Mgmt (All - Enterprise) 1,175,000 C. Statewide Archiving Assessment** 446,250 D. Enterprise GIS Alignment (All-Enterprise) 700,192 Total state appropriation paragraph XII $3,713,997

*  The commissioner of the department of information technology is authorized to reallocate funds among the projects in subparagraphs A-D as necessary to complete the projects.

**  The department of information technology shall work in coordination with the secretary of state, division of archives and records management, in its assessment.

XIII.  Judicial Branch

A. New Hampshire e-Court 1,000,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XIII $1,000,000

XIV.  Legislative Branch

A. Legislative Parking Garage Design 740,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XIV $740,000

XV.  Liquor Commission

A. Computer Software - Credit Cards - POS* 2,430,000 Less Other Funds (2,430,000) Net State 0 B. New 20,000 SF  Liquor Store- Portsmouth* 8,310,000 Less Other Funds (8,310,000) Net State 0 C. Video Surveillance Systems* 1,200,000 Less Other Funds (1,200,000) Net State 0 D. Hampton North & South New Liquor Stores* 14,000,000 Less Other Funds (14,000,000) Net State 0 E. Complete Headquarters Renovation* 750,000 Less Other Funds (750,000) Net State _______0 Total state appropriation paragraph XV $            0 *To provide funds for the appropriations made in paragraph XV, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $26,690,000 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 liquor commission fund established in RSA 176:16.

XVI.   Pease Development Authority

A. Piscataqua River Turning Basin 2,138,300 Total state appropriation paragraph XVI $2,138,000 XVII.  Police Standards And Training Council

A. Replacement/Repair Driving Training and Parking Lot _650,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XVII $650,000 XVIII.  Department of Resources and Economic Development

A. Statewide Communication Console Replacement 420,000 B. Roofing & Repair of DRED Buildings Statewide 1,400,000 C. Dams & Retaining Walls 985,000 D. Restorations at Historic Sites 335,000 E. Fire Tower Repairs 580,000

F.   Mount Washington Communication Building Study 200,000

G. Jenness Beach Bath House Replacement and Parking Lot

Redevelopment 656,840

Less Other Funds* (200,000)

Net State 456,840 Total state appropriation paragraph XVIII $4,326,840

* To provide funds for the appropriation made in subparagraph XVIII, G, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $200,000 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 state park fund established in RSA 216-A:3-i.

XIX.  Department of Revenue Administration A. Revenue Information Management System (RIMS)* 30,160,000 Less Other Funds (24,160,000) Net State _6,000,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XIX $6,000,000

*To provide funds for the appropriations made in subparagraph A, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $24,160,000 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 for the $6,000,000 state appropriation shall be made from the general fund for fiscal years 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.  Beginning with fiscal year 2022, payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes for the appropriation of $24,160,000 shall be made from revenue credited to a revenue information management system account established within RSA 21-J by legislation during the 2017 regular legislative session.  If no such dedicated fund for a revenue information management system account within RSA 21-J becomes law during the 2017 regular legislative session, the appropriation for the project shall be reduced to the $6,000,000 of state funds authorized in subparagraph A with payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes to be made from the general fund.   

XX.  Department of Safety

A. Troop F Renovation, General Fund Portion 536,000

B. State Police Specialty Vehicle Storage- Design 300,000

C. State Police Records Management System _2,500,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XX $3,336,000 XXI.  Department of State

A. Archives Addition 4,850,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XXI $4,850,000

XXII.  Department of Transportation, General Funds

A. Aeronautics, Rail, and Transit, Public Transit Bus &

Facility Matching Funds 1,141,881 B. Repairs to Granite Arches in Westmoreland & Walpole 500,000 C. Coos County Rail Improvements* 900,000 D. Strafford & Carroll County Rail Improvements* 900,000

E.  Eastern Slope Regional Airport Terminal/Hangar

Building, State Match for Federal Funds 75,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XXII $3,516,881 *  The sum appropriated in subparagraphs C and D shall be a match to private funds of an equal amount.

XXIII.  Veterans Home

A. LEDU Building Fire Wall Repairs 1,460,000 B. Security Infrastructure Improvements __795,000 Total state appropriation paragraph XXIII __$2,255,000 Total state appropriation section 1 $122,094,355 228:2  Appropriation; Highway Funds.  Department of Safety and Department of Transportation.  The sums hereinafter detailed are appropriated for the projects specified:

I.  Department of Safety

A. Troop F Renovation, Highway Fund Portion 264,000 Total state appropriation paragraph I $264,000 II.  Department of Transportation

A. Lisbon 114 - New Patrol Shed Facilities 3,110,000 B. Statewide-Underground Fuel Tank Replacement 1,000,000 C. Statewide Salt Sheds 1,700,000 D. Manchester 527 Addition to Patrol Shed 300,000 E. Dixville 103D New Patrol Shed Facilities 1,400,000 Less Other Funds* (250,000) Net State 1,150,000

F.  Construction Equipment and Vehicles** 10,000,000

Total state appropriation paragraph II $17,260,000 *The project in subparagraph E is authorized to include $250,000 of federal funds passed through by the Northern Border Regional Commission to the department.

** The sums appropriated in subparagraph F shall be used to purchase equipment with a useful life of 10 years or greater and shall not be used by the department, division of operations, mechanical services bureau, to purchase passenger cars or 1/2 or 3/4 ton pickup trucks.

Total state appropriation section 2 $17,524,000 228:3  Capital Appropriation; University System of New Hampshire.  The sums hereinafter detailed are appropriated for the projects specified:

I.  Plymouth State University Renovations   $3,000,000 Total state appropriation section 3 $3,000,000 228:4  Expenditures; General.  The appropriations made for the purposes mentioned in sections 1 and 2 of this act, with the exception of appropriations in paragraph III of section 1, 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 21-I and RSA 228.

228:5  Expenditures; Community College System of New Hampshire.

I.  The appropriations made for the community college system in paragraph III of section 1 and the sums available for these projects shall be expended by the trustees of the community college system of New Hampshire.

II.  The appropriations made to the community college system in paragraph III of section 1 are available for all costs incidental to the completion of the projects enumerated including but not limited to the costs of the services for architects, engineers, and other consultants of such kind and capacity as the community college system board of trustees may, in its discretion, wish to employ on such terms and conditions as the board determines.  These moneys shall be spent under the direction of the community college system board of trustees and pursuant to policies adopted by the board of trustees.

III.  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 federal law and regulations.

228:6  Expenditures; University System of New Hampshire.  

I.  The appropriations made for the university system in section 3 and the sums available for these projects shall be expended by the trustees of the university system of New Hampshire.

II.  The appropriations made to the university system in section 3 are available for all costs incidental to the completion of the projects enumerated including but not limited to the costs of the services for architects, engineers, and other consultants of such kind and capacity as the university system board of trustees may, in its discretion, 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 and pursuant to policies adopted by the board of trustees.

III.  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 federal law and regulations.

228:7  Land Acquisition.  Any land acquired under the appropriations made in sections 1 and 2 of this act, if any, as may be acquired under the appropriation shall be purchased by the commissioner of the department of administrative services or the commissioner of the department of transportation with the approval of governor and council.

228:8  Bond Authorized.  To provide funds for the total of the appropriations of state funds made in sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $201,102,378 and for said purposes may issue bonds and notes in the name and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of RSA 6-A.  The source of funds are as follows:  general fund $125,094,355, highway fund $17,524,000, and other funds $58,484,023.

228:9  Payments.

I.  The payment of principal and interest on bonds and notes issued for the projects in sections 1 and 3 of this act shall be made when due from the general fund of the state.

II.  The payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for the projects in section 2 of this act shall be made from the highway fund.

228:10  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 and 2 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.

228:11  Transfers.  The individual project appropriations provided in sections 1 and 2 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 of the capital budget overview committee is obtained.

228:12  Reduction of Appropriation and Bonding Authority.  If the net appropriation of state funds for any project provided for by sections 1 and 2 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.

228:13  Bureau of Public Works Design and Construction Inspection Services; Davis-Bacon Act Compliance.  The appropriations for those projects which are managed by the bureau of public works design and construction, department of administrative services, may be expended to fund temporary personnel for the purpose of providing construction inspection services and Davis-Bacon Act Compliance services for projects utilizing federal funds, for those projects included in this act.

228:14  Lapse of Prior Capital Balance; Capital Appropriation; Liquor Commission; Concord Headquarters Roof Replacement.  

I.  The sum of $100,000 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2015, 220:1, XI, A for Concord warehouse roof replacement, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

II.  The sum of $500,000 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2013, 195:1, XII, I, as amended 2015, 220:14 and extended by 2015, 220:23, 84 for Concord warehouse roof replacement, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

III.  The sum of $600,000 is hereby appropriated for the biennium ending June 30, 2019 to the liquor commissions for Concord headquarters roof replacement. Said funds shall not lapse until June 30, 2019.

IV.  To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph III, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $600,000 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 liquor commission fund established in RSA 176:16.

V.  All contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor for the projects authorized in this section shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I.

228:15  Lapse of Prior Appropriations; Capital Appropriation; Department of Resources and Economic Development; Jenness Beach Bath House.

I.  The sum of $159,000 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2011, 253:1, XII, C, extended by 2013, 195:47, 84, extended by 2015, 220:23, 90 for Mt. Washington-Adams building concrete repair, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

II.  The sum of $1,839 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 9 for state house dome, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

III.  The sum of $6,073 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, D, 2, as amended by 2016, 141:1, for Hampton Circuit Court, Architectural/ Engineering, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

IV.  The sum of $39,911 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, D, 3, as amended by 2016, 141:1, for Milford Circuit Court, architectural/engineering, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

V.  The sum of $17,600 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2013, 195:1, II, D, 5, extended by 2015, 220:23, 15, for Manchester Circuit Courthouse – install generator, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

VI.  The sum of $28,487 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2013, 195:1, II, C, 4, extended by 2015, 220:23, 13, for main building window replacement phase 1, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

VII.  The sum of $82,400 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2013, 195:1, II, B, 5, extended by 2015, 220:23, 11, for state house annex – replace roof, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

VIII.  The sum of  $106,915 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, D, 6, extended by 2013, 195:47, 18 extended by 2015, 220:23, 22 for health and human services-window repairs, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

IX.  The sum of  $40,935 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, B, 5, extended by 2013, 195:47, 10 extended by 2015, 220:23, 17 for lakes region facility roof repair, shall lapse on June 30 2017.

X.  The sum of  $60,000 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2009, 145:1, II, A, 2, extended by 2011, 253:28, 13 extended by 2013, 195:47, 22, extended by 2015, 220:23, 23 for master plan for the courts, shall lapse on June 30, 2017.

XI.  The sum of  $543,160 is hereby appropriated for the biennium ending June 30, 2019 to the department of resources and economic development for Jenness Beach bath house renovation.  Such sum shall be in  addition to the appropriation in section 1, subparagraph XVIII, G for the project.

XII.  To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph XI, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $543,160 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 general fund.

XIII.  All contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor for the projects authorized in this section shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I.

228:16  Appropriation Purpose Amended. State House Complex Building Maintenance.  Amend 2015, 220:21 to read as follows:

220:21  Lapse of Prior Capital Balance; Capital Appropriation; Legislative Branch; [Hall of Flags Conservation Project] State House Complex Building Maintenance.

I.  The sum of $235,000 from the unencumbered balances of the appropriations made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, B, 6, extended by 2013, 195:47, 11 for Hugh Gallen OPS main building ADA restrooms, and to the department of agriculture in 2013, 195:1, III, A, for New Hampshire Building-Eastern States Expo-Roof Replacement shall lapse on June 30, 2015.

II.  The sum of $235,000 is hereby appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015 to the legislative branch for [the initial phase of the State House hall of flags conservation project.  The joint committee on legislative facilities and the joint legislative historical committee shall approve the preliminary plans prior to construction] building maintenance projects at the state house, the legislative office building, and the Upham-Walker house.  Said funds shall not lapse until June 30, [2017] 2019.

III.  To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph II, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $235,000 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 general fund of the state.

IV.  All contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor for the projects authorized in this section shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I.

228:17  Project Purpose Amended; Legislative Branch; Legislative Office Building Repairs.  Amend 2015, 220:1, II, B, 8 to read as follows:

8. State House [and], Upham Walker House, and Legislative

Office Building Repairs    1,350,000

228:18  Contingency;  Agency Name Changes; Department of Resources and Economic Development;  Department of Cultural Resources; Office of Energy and Planning.

I.  If legislation becomes law in the 2017 regular legislative session that changes the names and authority of the department of resources and economic development and the department of cultural resources to the department of business and economic affairs and the department of natural and cultural resources, the sums appropriated and the authorization for the projects in section 1 of this act, and any prior appropriations extended by this act, made to the department of resources and economic development and the department of cultural resources shall be transferred to the department of natural and cultural resources.

II.  If legislation becomes law in the 2017 regular legislative session that changes the name and authority of the office of energy and planning to the office of strategic initiatives, the sums appropriated for the projects in section 1 of this act made to  the office of energy and planning shall be transferred to the office of strategic initiatives.

228:19  Department of Transportation and Liquor Commission; Feasibility Assessment; Hampton Liquor Stores; Contingency.

I.  The commissioners of the department of transportation and the liquor commission may conduct a feasibility assessment of the existing northbound and southbound liquor and wine outlets sites in the town of Hampton on Interstate 95 to determine the financial viability of constructing, operating, and maintaining a turnpike service plaza for motorists.

II.  The commissioner of the department of transportation is authorized to acquire land as required for the purpose of constructing, operating, and maintaining a turnpike service plaza for motorists at the existing northbound and southbound liquor and wine outlets in the town of Hampton on Interstate 95.  Each turnpike service plaza is intended to be a full service rest area that may include a fueling station, food and beverage service, a convenience store, and a liquor and wine outlet.  The value of the land to be acquired shall be based upon an independent appraisal.  As part of this conveyance, the liquor commission shall retain title to sufficient land for the future construction of its liquor and wine outlets.

III.  All proceeds from the sale of any land owned by the liquor commission for the purpose of constructing, operating, and maintaining a turnpike service plaza for motorists at the existing northbound and southbound state liquor and wine outlets in the town of Hampton on Interstate route 95 shall be deposited into the liquor commission fund pursuant to RSA 176:16 and shall be used exclusively to retire existing debt.

IV.  If HB 517 of the 2017 regular legislative session does not become law, paragraphs I-III of this section shall take effect July 1, 2017.  If HB 517 of the 2017 regular legislative session becomes law, paragraphs I-III of this section shall not take effect.

228:20  Contingent Appropriation; Feasibility Study; Hampton North and South Liquor Stores.  If the feasibility assessment required under this act or HB 517 of the 2017 regular legislative session, as applicable, concludes that the construction, operation, and maintenance of a turnpike service plaza for motorists is not feasible, then in addition to the sum appropriated in section 1, subparagraph XV, D for new Hampton north and south liquor stores, the sum of $6,393,790 is hereby appropriated  for said project to build liquor and wine outlets on the land presently owned by the liquor commission.  To provide funds for the additional appropriation, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $6,393,790 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 liquor commission fund established in RSA 176:16.

228:21  Contingent Lapse Date Extension.  If HB 340 of the 2017 regular legislative session does not become law, the appropriation to the department of administrative services in 2013, 195:1, II, A, 1 as extended by 2015, 220:23, 8 for emergency repairs - all stated owned facilities shall not lapse and is hereby extended to June 30, 2019.

228:22  Lapse Dates Extended to June 30, 2019.  The following appropriations are hereby extended to June 30, 2019:

1.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2015, 220:1, I, A for columbarium expansion.

2.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2015, 220:1, I, B for construction of FMS -Southern NH.

3.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2015, 220:1, I, C for construction of FMS - Seacoast area.

4.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2015, 220:1, I, D for land for military construction.

5.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2015, 220:1, I, E for readiness center design.

6.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2015, 220:1, I, F for statewide readiness center restoration and modernization.

7.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2013, 195:1, I, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 1 for unspecified minor military construction.

8.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2013, 195:1, I, B extended by 2015, 220:23, 2 for land acquisition.

9.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2013, 195:1, I, D extended by 2015, 220:23, 3 for federal property conv. to readiness center and maintenance shop.

10.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2013, 195:1, I, F extended by 2015, 220:23, 5 for columbarium expansion.

11.  The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, F extended by 2009, 145:19, 9 extended by 2011, 253:28, 11 extended by 2013 195:47, 5 extended by 2015, 220:23, 7 for regional training institute construction.

12.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, A, 1 for all state owned facilities - emergency repairs.

13.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, A, 2 for statewide energy efficiency improvements.

14.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 1 for Hills Ave. new roof.

15.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 2 for Monadnock mill - wall repair.

16.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 3 for DHHS - new lab floor.

17.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 4 for DOJ new roof.

18.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 5 for Monadnock mill elevator upgrade.

19.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 6 for materials and research HVAC upgrades.

20.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 7 for all buildings burglar alarm replacement.

21.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 8, as amended by this act, for state house, Upham Walker house, and legislative office building repairs.

22.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 10 for state library repair parapet and ceiling.

23.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, B, 11 for DOJ and Philbrook elevator code issues.

24.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, C, 1 for Brown building roof replacement.

25.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, C, 2 for Dolloff building, ADA restrooms and entryway.

26.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2015, 220:1, II, D, 1, as amended by 2016, 141:1, for Merrimack County superior court - new courthouse.

27.   The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2013, 195:1, II, C, 3 extended by 2015, 220:23, 12 for main building asbestos abatement/lead paint control.

28.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, B, 4 extended by 2013, 195:47, 9 extended by 2015, 220:23, 16 for main building kitchen roof repair.

29.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, C, 1 extended by 2013, 195:47, 13 extended by 2015, 220:23, 18 for critical IT infrastructure.

30.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, C, 2 extended by 2013, 195:47, 14 extended by 2015, 220:23, 19 for ERP phase 2 HR and payroll systems.

31.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2011, 253:1, II, D, 1 extended by 2013, 195:47, 15 extended by 2015, 220:23, 20 for emergency repairs-all facilities.

32.  The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2009, 145:1, II, C, 3 extended by 2011, 253:28, 21, as amended by 2013, 195:14, extended by 2013, 195:47, 23 extended by 2015, 220:23, 24 for main building bakery, kitchen, connector, and industrial shop - raze buildings and create parking lot.

33.  The appropriation made to the community college system in 2015, 220:1, III, A for critical maintenance.

34.  The appropriation made to the community college system in 2015, 220:1, III, C for HVAC electrical technology.

35.  The appropriation made to the community college system in 2013, 195:1, XVIII, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 25 for lump sum for capital projects.

36.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2015, 220:1, IV, A for new women's prison.

37.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2015, 220:1, IV, B for warehouse roof.

38.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2015, 220:19, II for repairs and renovations to the Calumet transitional housing units.

39.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2015, 220:22, II for Hancock housing unit bathrooms.

40.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2013, 195:1, IV, A, as amended by 2015, 220:15, extended by 2015, 220:23, 29 for 224 bed women's prison and transitional housing facility.

41.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2013, 195:1, IV, C extended by 2015, 220:23, 30 for electronic medical records.

42.  The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2009, 145:1, IV, A extended by 2011, 253:28, 36 extended by 2013, 195:47, 33 extended by 2015, 220:23, 32 for women's prison and transitional housing site/design.

43.  The appropriation made to the department of education in 2015, 220:1, V, A for renovation CTE in Dover.

44.  The appropriation made to the department of education in 2015, 220:1, V, B for renovation CTE in Somersworth.

45.  The appropriation made to the department of education in 2013, 195:1, V, A, as amended by 2014, 237:2, extended by 2015, 220:23, 35 for renovation of CTE center Dover-state share.

46.  The appropriation made to the department of education in 2013, 195:1, V, B, as amended by 2014, 237:2, extended by 2015, 220:23, 36 for renovation of CTE  center Salem-state share.

47.  The appropriation made to the department of education in 2011, 253:1, IV, A extended by 2013 195:47, 38 extended by 2015, 220:23, 37 pre-engineering tech. career pathway.

48.  The appropriation made to the department of education in 2009, 145:1, V, A extended by 2011, 253:28, 46 extended by 2013, 195:47, 41 extended by 2015, 220:23, 39 for pre-engineering technology.

49.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, A for dam repairs and reconstruction.

50.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, B for hazardous waste superfund state match.

51.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, C for Suncook river infrastructure protection project.

52.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, D for rehabilitation of natural resources conservation.

53.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, F for permitting, environmental monitoring and flood forecasting.

54.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, G for drinking water SRF matching funds.

55.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2015, 220:1, VI, H for clean water SRF state match funds.

56.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental service in 2015, 220:18, II-a, as amended by 2016, 155:1, for a comprehensive monitoring program for the Piscataqua region estuaries.

57.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2013, 195:1, VI, C extended by 2015, 220:23, 43 for clean water SRF matching funds.

58.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2011, 253:1, VI, A extended by 2013, 195:47, 43 extended by 2015, 220:23, 45 for clean water state revolving fund loan program.

59.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2011, 253:1, VI, E extended by 2013, 195:47, 47 extended by 2015, 220:23, 48 for WRBP infrastructure capital improvements.

60.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2011, 253:1, VI, F extended by 2013, 195:47, 48 extended by 2015, 220:23, 49 for Suncook river infrastructure protection project.

61.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2009, 145:1, VI, A extended by 2011, 253:28, 50 extended by 2013, 195:47, 49 extended by 2015, 220:23, 50 for WRBP wastewater treatment plant improvements.

62.  The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2003, 240:1, V, A extended by 2005, 259:25, XXVIII extended by 2007, 264:29, XXXV extended by 2009, 145:19, 31 extended by 2011, 253:28, 53 extended by 2013, 195:47, 54 extended by 2015, 220:23, 51 for hazardous waste superfund match.

63.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, A for Glencliff home potable water system.

64.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, B for campus security Glencliff.

65.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, C for main access tunnel repair.

66.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, D for replace roof over auditorium at Howard rec.

67.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, E for SYSC administration building - restroom upgrades.

68.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, F for chillers and associated components replacement.

69.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, G  for child support systems maintenance and enhancement.

70.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, H for new HEIGHTS access front door.

71.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, I for the department email project.

72.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, J for NHH electronic health record pharmacy and scanning module.

73.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, K for NHH underground fuel line replacement, fuel conversion.

74.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2015, 220:1, VII, L for NHH renovation of existing space.

75.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 52 for Glencliff fire and ADA code compliance.

76.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, B extended by 2015, 220:23, 53 for APS security and safety upgrades.

77.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, C extended by 2015, 220:23, 54 for Glencliff residential building security.

78.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, D extended by 2015, 220:23, 55 for Glencliff hydro dam repair.

79.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, E extended by 2015, 220:23, 56 for new HEIGHTS incremental modernization.

80.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, G extended by 2015, 220:23, 58 for food protection data system.

81.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2013, 195:1, VII, I extended by 2015, 220:23, 60 for Bridges modernization project.

82.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2011, 253:1, VII, D extended by 2013, 195:47, 60 amended by 2014, 121:3 extended by 2015, 220:23, 61 for APS repair/renovations-roof, windows and curtain wall.

83.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2011, 253:1, VII, G extended by 2013, 195:47, 62 extended by 2015, 220:23, 62 for incremental renewal of new HEIGHTS.

84.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2011, 253:1, VII, H extended by 2013, 195:47, 63 extended by 2015, 220:23, 63 for electronic health records.

85.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2011, 253:1, VII, I extended by 2013, 195:47, 64 extended by 2015, 220:23, 64 for regional assessments database II.

86.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2011, 253:1, VII, L extended by 2013, 195:47, 66 extended by 2015, 220:23, 66 for replatform option application.

87.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2011, 253:1, VII, Q extended by 2013, 195:47, 70 extended by 2015, 220:23, 67 for ACCESS front door release II.

88.  The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2009,145:17, IV, C extended by 2011, 253:28, 67 extended by 2013, 195:47, 72 extended by 2015, 220:23, 69 for strategic plan for legacy systems, 50-50 federal match.

89.  The appropriation made to the department of information technology in 2015, 220:1, IX, A for enterprise projects including cyber security, upgrades and inter agency coordination.

90.  The appropriation made to the department of information technology in 2015, 220:1, IX, C for enterprise collaboration solution.

91.  The appropriation made to the department of information technology in 2013, 195:1, VIII, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 71 for enterprise licensing solution.

92.  The appropriation made to the department of information technology in 2013, 195:24, I extended by 2015, 220:23, 72 for productivity suite desktop security project.

93.  The appropriation made to the department of information technology in 2013, 195:42, I extended by 2015, 220:23, 73 for business one stop.

94.  The appropriation made to the judicial branch in 2015, 220:1, X, A for New Hampshire e-court.

95.  The appropriation made to the judicial branch in 2013, 195:1, IX, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 74 for e-court initiative.

96.  The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2015, 220:1, XI, A for Concord warehouse roof replacement.

97.  The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2013, 195:1, XII, D, as amended by  2015, 220:14, as extended by 2015, 220:23, 80 for renovate warehouse for enforcement and maintenance.

98.  The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2013, 195:1. XII, H, as amended by  2015, 220:14, extended by 2015, 220:23, 83 for Portsmouth traffic circle store #38, plans, layout and design.

99.  The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2013, 195:1, XII, J, as amended by 2015, 220:14, extended by 2015, 220:23, 85 for signage and branding upgrade.

100.  The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2013, 195:1, XII, E, as amended by 2015, 220:14,  extended by 2015, 220:23, 81 for renovate space from retail to office.

101.  The appropriation made to the liquor commission in 2013, 195:1, XII, G, as amended by 2015. 220:14, extended by 2015, 220:23, 82 for computer software-credit card.

102.  The appropriation made to the Pease development authority in 2015, 220:1, XII, A for the Piscataqua river turning basin.

103.  The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2015, 220:1, XIII, A for roofing and repairs.

104.  The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2015, 220:1, XIII, B for fire tower repairs - statewide.

105.  The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2015, 220:1, XIII, C for toilet building renovation and repair.

106.  The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2013, 195:1, XIII, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 87 for state parks improvements.

107.  The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2009, 145:1, X, C extended by 2011, 253:28, 77 extended by 2013, 195:47, 86 extended by 2015, 220:23, 91 for Mittersill expansion.

108.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2015, 220:2, II, C for radio interoperability project.

109.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2015, 220:1, XIV, D for radio interoperability project.

110.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2013, 195:2, I, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 93 for radio interoperability infrastructure upgrade.

111.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2013, 195:1, XIV, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 95 for radio interoperability infrastructure upgrade.

112.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2011, 253:1, XIII, A extended by 2013 195:47, 89 extended by 2015, 220:23, 96 for e-911 next generation.

113.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2009, 145:2, I, A extended by 2011, 253:28, 83 extended by 2013, 195:47, 92, extended by 2015, 220:23, 97  for DMV VISION project continuation.

114.  The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2007, 264:2, I, D extended by 2009, 145:19, 63 extended by 2011, 253:28, 87 extended by 2013, 195:47, 93 extended by 2015, 220:23, 98 for OIT projects for DMV.

115.  The appropriation made to the department of state in 2013, 195:1, XV, A as extended by 2015, 220:23, 99 for shelving replacement and fire suppression.

116.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:1, XVI, A, 1 for 5 percent match for federal aviation administration project.

117.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:1, XVI, A, 2 for repairs to state-owned railroad bridges.

118.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:1, XVI, A, 3 for public transit bus and facility matching funds.

119.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:1, XVI, A, 4 for Coos county rail improvements.

120.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, A, for underground fuel tank replacement - statewide.

121.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, B, for oversize/overweight permit software.

122.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, C, for new patrol shed 114 Lisbon.

123.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, D, for 602 Strafford patrol shed.

124.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, E, for statewide salt sheds (3).

125.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, F, for welcome and information center capital improvement.

126.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, G, for Morton building - carpet replacement.

127.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2015, 220:2, III, H, construction equipment and vehicles.

128.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:2, II, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 100 for underground fuel tank replacement statewide.

129.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:2, II, B extended by 2015, 220:23, 101 for project development computer systems replacement.

130.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:2, II, C extended by 2015, 220:23, 102 for JOMB data center HVAC and UPS replacement.

131.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:2, II, D extended by 2015, 220:23, 103 for welcome information center critical and deferred maintenance.

132.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:2, II, E extended by 2015, 220:23, 104 for new patrol shed ps528 Derry, design, engineering and construction.

133.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:2, II, F extended by 2015, 220:23, 105 for new patrol shed, Strafford, design.

134.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:1, XVI, A, 1 extended by 2015, 220:23, 106 for 5 percent match for FAA projects.

135.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2013, 195:1, XVI, A, 2 extended by 2015, 220:23, 107 for public transit bus and facility matching funds.

136.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2011, 253:1, XIV, A extended by 2013, 195:47, 94 extended by 2015, 220:23, 109 for 2.5 percent match for FAA projects.

137.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2011, 253:2, III, C extended by 2013, 195:47, 98 extended by 2015, 220:23, 111 for statewide salt sheds.

138.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2011, 253:2, III, D, as amended by 2013, 195:43, extended by 2013, 195:47, 99 extended by 2015, 220:23, 112 for new patrol shed and salt storage - Salem.

139.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2009, 145:1, XII, A extended by 2011, 253:28, 88 extended by 2013, 195:47, 101 extended by 2015, 220:23, 113 for FAA projects.

140.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2009, 145:1, XII, C extended by 2011, 253:28, 90 extended by 2013, 195:47, 103 extended by 2015, 220:23, 115 for airport navigation equipment.

141.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2009, 145:2, II, C extended by 2011, 253:28, 94 extended by 2013, 195:47, 105 extended by 2015, 220:23, 117 for replacement of automated fueling system-phase 2.

142.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2005, 259:1, XIII, F amended by 2007, 264:20, extended by 2007, 264:29 extended by 2009, 145:19, 81 extended by 2011, 253:28, 104 extended by 2013, 195:47, 110 extended by 2015, 220:23, 120 for railroad acquisition right of first refusal rail match.

143.  The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 1999, 226:1, XIII, C, extended by 2001, 202:28, XXXIII extended by 2003, 240:34, LXXVI extended by 2005, 259:25, LVI extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXIV extended by 2009, 145:19, 64 extended by 2011, 253:28, 98 extended by 2013, 195:47, 111 extended by 2015, 220:23, 121 for acquisition for railroad and airport properties.

144.  The appropriation made to the New Hampshire veterans' home in 2015, 220:1, XVII, A for third floor addition to the LEDU building - vets home.

145.  The appropriation made to the New Hampshire veterans' home in 2013, 195:1, XVII, A extended by 2015, 220:23, 122 for equipment upgrades.

146.  The appropriation made to the New Hampshire veterans' home in 2011, 253:1, XV, A extended by 2013, 195:47, 112 extended by 2015, 220:23, 123 for electronic medical records.

228:23  Effective Date.

I.  Section 22 of this act shall take effect June 30, 2017.

II.  Paragraph I-III of section 19 of this act shall take effect as provided in paragraph IV of section 19 of this act.

III.  The remainder of this act shall take effect July 1, 2017.

 

Approved: July 11, 2017

Effective Date:

I. Section 22 effective June 30, 2017

II. Paragraphs I-III of section 19 effective as provided in paragraph IV of section 19

III. Remainder effective July 1, 2017

 

 

 

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Action Dates

Date Body Type
March 16, 2017 House Hearing
March 21, 2017 House Exec Session
April 5, 2017 House Floor Vote
April 13, 2017 Senate Hearing
May 31, 2017 Senate Floor Vote
June 15, 2017 Senate Floor Vote
June 22, 2017 Senate Floor Vote
June 22, 2017 House Floor Vote

Bill Text Revisions

HB25 Revision: 581 Date: July 12, 2017, 12:18 p.m.
HB25 Revision: 582 Date: June 30, 2017, 11 a.m.
HB25 Revision: 583 Date: June 7, 2017, 2:20 p.m.
HB25 Revision: 584 Date: April 7, 2017, 10:07 a.m.
HB25 Revision: 585 Date: Feb. 22, 2017, 1:52 p.m.

Docket

Date Status
Feb. 16, 2017 Introduced 02/16/2017 and referred to Public Works and Highways HJ 8 P. 44
March 16, 2017 Public Hearing: 03/16/2017 10:30 AM LOB 201
March 21, 2017 Executive Session: 03/21/2017 09:30 AM LOB 201
April 5, 2017 Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment # 2017-1185h for 04/05/2017 (Vote 20-2; RC)
April 5, 2017 Amendment # 2017-1185h: AA VV 04/05/2017 HJ 12 P. 3
April 5, 2017 FLAM # 2017-1289h (Rep. Dyer): AF RC 72-276 04/05/2017 HJ 12 P. 15
April 5, 2017 Ought to Pass with Amendment 1185h: MA VV 04/05/2017 HJ 12 P. 17
April 6, 2017 Introduced 04/06/2017 and Referred to Capital Budget; SJ 13
April 13, 2017 Hearing: 04/13/2017, Room 103, SH, 09:00 am; SC 18
May 31, 2017 Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment # 2017-1755s, 05/31/2017; SC 25
May 31, 2017 Committee Amendment # 2017-1755s, AA, VV; 05/31/2017; SJ 18
May 31, 2017 Sen. D'Allesandro Floor Amendment # 2017-2089s, RC 21Y-2N, AA; 05/31/2017; SJ 18
May 31, 2017 Ought to Pass with Amendments 2017-1755s and 2017-2089s, MA, VV; OT3rdg; 05/31/2017; SJ 18
June 1, 2017 House Non-Concurs with Senate Amendment 1755s and 2089s and Requests CofC (Rep. Chandler): MA VV 06/01/2017 HJ 17 P. 150
June 1, 2017 Speaker Appoints: Reps. Chandler, McConkey, J. Graham, Cloutier 06/01/2017 HJ 17 P. 150
June 8, 2017 Sen. D'Allesandro Accedes to House Request for Committee of Conference, MA, VV; 06/08/2017; SJ 19
June 8, 2017 President Appoints: Senators D'Allesandro, Bradley, Gray; 06/08/2017; SJ 19
June 12, 2017 ==RECESSED== Conference Committee Meeting: 06/12/2017 09:00 AM LOB 201
June 13, 2017 ==RECESSED== Conference Committee Meeting: 06/13/2017 11:00 AM LOB 201
June 14, 2017 ==RECESSED== Conference Committee Meeting: 06/14/2017 08:30 AM LOB 201
June 15, 2017 ==CONTINUED== Conference Committee Meeting: 06/15/2017 10:00 AM LOB 201
June 15, 2017 Conferee Change: Rep. McConkey Replaces Rep. Chandler as Conferee Chair 06/15/2017 HJ 18 P. 10
June 15, 2017 Conferee Change: Rep. Packard Replaces Rep. Chandler 06/15/2017 HJ 18 P. 10
June 15, 2017 Conference Committee Report Filed, # 2017-2368c; 06/15/2017
June 22, 2017 Conference Committee Report # 2017-2368c, Adopted, VV; 06/22/2017; SJ 20
June 22, 2017 Conference Committee Report 2368c: Adopted, VV 06/22/2017 HJ 19 P. 21
June 22, 2017 Enrolled Bill Amendment # 2017-2391e Adopted, VV, (In recess of 06/22/2017); SJ 20
June 22, 2017 Enrolled Bill Amendment # 2017-2391e: AA VV 06/22/2017 HJ 19 P. 26
June 22, 2017 Enrolled (In recess 06/22/2017); SJ 20
June 22, 2017 Enrolled 06/22/2017 HJ 19 P. 27
July 11, 2017 Signed by Governor Sununu 07/11/2017; Chapter 228; I. Sec. 22 eff. 6/30/2017 ; II. Par. I-III of sec. 19 take eff. as prov. in par. IV of sec. 19 ; III. Rem. eff. 7/1/2017