House Bill No. 7501
               House Bill No. 7501

   June 5 Special Session, SPECIAL ACT NO. 97-1


AN  ACT  CONCERNING  THE AUTHORIZATION OF BONDS OF
THE  STATE  FOR  CAPITAL  IMPROVEMENTS  AND  OTHER
PURPOSES.

    Be  it  enacted  by  the  Senate  and House of
Representatives in General Assembly convened:
    Section  1.  The  State  Bond Commission shall
have power, in accordance with the  provisions  of
sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
$202,256,000.
    Sec.  2.  The  proceeds  of  the  sale of said
bonds, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall  be
used  for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or
condemnation,      undertaking,      constructing,
reconstructing,   improving   or   equipping,   or
purchasing land or buildings  or  improving  sites
for  the projects hereinafter described, including
payment of architectural, engineering,  demolition
or  related  costs  in connection therewith, or of
payment  of  the  cost   of   long-range   capital
programming   and  space  utilization  studies  as
hereinafter stated:
    (a)  For  the  Office  of the Secretary of the
State:   Development   and    implementation    of
state-wide  automated  voter  registration system,
not exceeding $900,000.
    (b) For the Office of Policy and Management:
    (1)  Long-range  capital  planning  and  space
utilization studies, not exceeding $2,000,000;
    (2)  Purchase  and/or upgrade of equipment for
the century date change  and  related  costs,  not
exceeding $15,000,000;
    (3)  Development of an offender based tracking
system for use by state and local criminal justice
agencies, not exceeding $3,825,000.
    (c)  For  the Department of Veterans' Affairs:
Alterations, repairs and improvements to buildings
and grounds, not exceeding $1,000,000.
    (d) For the Department of Public Works:
    (1)  Removal  or  encapsulation of asbestos in
state-owned buildings, not exceeding $5,000,000;
    (2)  Infrastructure  repairs and improvements,
including fire, safety  and  compliance  with  the
Americans  with  Disabilities  Act improvements to
state-owned buildings and grounds including energy
conservation,   and   preservation  of  unoccupied
buildings, not exceeding $10,000,000;
    (3)  Removal  or  replacement  of  underground
storage tanks, not exceeding $12,000,000;
    (4)  Site  remediation,  asbestos  removal  or
abatement and  other  costs  associated  with  the
reuse   or   closure   of  Norwich  Hospital,  not
exceeding $2,000,000.
    (e)  For  the  Department  of  Public  Safety:
State-wide  Telecommunications  System   including
two-way   radio  system,  land  acquisition,  site
improvements,    construction    and    equipment,
including   communications   command  center,  not
exceeding $8,500,000.
    (f) For the Military Department:
    (1)   State  matching  funds  for  anticipated
federal  reimbursable  projects,   not   exceeding
$300,000;
    (2)  Improvements, alterations and renovations
to  buildings,  including  site  improvements  and
exterior building repairs, not exceeding $500,000;
    (3)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to  buildings  and  grounds   at   Camp   Rowland,
including    new   construction,   not   exceeding
$6,500,000;
    (4)  Improvements  to  or replacement of roofs
at various National Guard armories throughout  the
state, not exceeding $250,000.
    (g)   For   the  Department  of  Environmental
Protection:
    (1)  Recreation  and  natural  heritage  trust
program  for  recreation,  open  space,   resource
protection  and resource management, not exceeding
$1,000,000;
    (2)    Modernization   and   improvements   to
state-owned recreational and  conservation  areas,
including code improvements and renovations to and
replacement  of  departmental-owned  bridges,  not
exceeding $500,000;
    (3)  Various flood control improvements, flood
repair, erosion damage repairs and  municipal  dam
repairs, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (4)  Dam  repairs, including state-owned dams,
not exceeding $3,000,000;
    (5)    Americans    with    Disabilities   Act
improvements  at  state  recreation   areas,   not
exceeding $500,000;
    (6)    Alterations,    renovations   and   new
construction at state parks and  other  recreation
facilities, not exceeding $1,500,000;
    (7)  Alterations,  repairs and improvements to
state-owned facilities for the installation of  or
upgrade  to sewage treatment facilities, including
septic systems, not exceeding $3,000,000;
    (8)  Improvements  to sewer system at Sherwood
Island State Park, including the connection to the
municipal system, not exceeding $2,500,000.
    (h) For the Department of Mental Retardation:
    (1)  Additions,  alterations,  renovations and
improvements to buildings and  grounds,  including
utilities  and mechanical systems, code compliance
and energy conservation  projects,  not  exceeding
$4,000,000;
    (2)    Land   acquisition,   construction   or
purchase of specialized  group  homes  state-wide,
not exceeding $1,365,000.
    (i)  For  the  Department of Mental Health and
Addiction Services:
    (1)    Fire,    safety    and    environmental
improvements, including improvements in compliance
with  current codes, site improvements, repair and
replacement  of  roofs  and  other  exterior   and
interior   building   renovations,  not  exceeding
$5,000,000;
    (2)  Alterations,  renovations,  additions and
improvements,  including   new   construction   in
accordance  with  the  Department of Mental Health
and Addiction Services  master  campus  plan,  not
exceeding $11,100,000.
    (j) For the Department of Education:
    (1)      Instructional     technology/computer
networking at  all  Regional  Vocational-Technical
Schools, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (2)   Fire,   safety   and   handicapped  code
improvements in accordance with current codes, not
exceeding $1,000,000;
    (3)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and grounds, including roof replacement, utilities
and   mechanical   systems   and   replacement  of
underground   storage   tanks,    not    exceeding
$2,500,000;
    (4)  Replace and update shop equipment for the
trades program, not exceeding $2,000,000;
    (5) At the American School for the Deaf:
    (A)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to  the  Butterworth   Building,   not   exceeding
$700,000;
    (B)    Cottage    dormitory,   not   exceeding
$1,213,000.
    (k)  For  The University of Connecticut Health
Center: At Farmington:
    (1)   Installation   of   backflow  prevention
devices, not exceeding $2,000,000;
    (2)  New and replacement instruction, research
and/or   laboratory   equipment,   not   exceeding
$1,100,000;
    (3)  Development  of  additional areas for the
library and related  improvements,  not  exceeding
$143,000;
    (4)  Code  improvements including fire, safety
and handicapped code improvements,  not  exceeding
$350,000;
    (5)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and grounds including utilities and roads and code
compliance projects, not exceeding $2,000,000.
    (l)   For   the  Regional  Community-Technical
College System:
    (1) All Community-Technical Colleges:
    (A)  New and replacement instruction, research
and/or   laboratory   equipment,   not   exceeding
$6,420,000;
    (B)   Deferred  maintenance,  renovations  and
improvements to facilities including fire, safety,
energy   conservation  and  code  compliance,  not
exceeding $4,000,000;
    (C)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and grounds in accordance with the Americans  with
Disabilities  Act code requirements, not exceeding
$500,000;
    (D)    Alterations    and    improvements   to
instruction and support space used  for  technical
instruction,      including     faculty     office
improvements, not exceeding $500,000.
    (2)  At  Norwalk  Community-Technical College:
Alterations  and  improvements  to  buildings  and
grounds  for  instructional  and  support space in
accordance with the master plan including deferred
maintenance     improvements,     not    exceeding
$3,000,000;
    (3)    At   Northwestern   Community-Technical
College: Alterations and improvements to  heating,
ventilating and air conditioning systems including
energy  conservation  and  code  compliance,   not
exceeding $2,000,000;
    (4)   For   Three  Rivers  Community-Technical
College:  Planning  for  renovations  to  existing
buildings  and  additional  facilities,  including
land acquisition for a  consolidated  campus,  not
exceeding $1,600,000;
    (5)    For    Manchester   Community-Technical
College: Planning  for  Phase  II  development  in
accordance  with  the  master  plan, not exceeding
$1,500,000.
    (m)   For  the  Connecticut  State  University
System:
    (1)  All  Universities:  New  and  replacement
instruction,  research,  laboratory  and  physical
plant  and administrative equipment, not exceeding
$8,000,000;
    (2) At Southern Connecticut State University:
    (A)  New  physical  plant  building, including
the demolition of the existing temporary buildings
and   the   main   physical  plant  building,  not
exceeding $7,682,000;
    (B)  Renovations  and improvements to Jennings
Hall, not exceeding $2,770,000;
    (C)   Demolition   of   the   Prescott  Street
Buildings and development  of  a  vehicle  parking
area, not exceeding $555,000.
    (3) At Western Connecticut State University:
    (A)  Planning  for  alterations,  improvements
and an addition to  Higgins  Hall,  not  exceeding
$1,403,000;
    (B)    Alterations    and    improvements   to
utilities,  including  steam  lines,  storm  water
mains,  water  and  tunnel  systems, not exceeding
$221,000;
    (C)  Alterations  and improvements to the Ruth
Haas Library, not exceeding $2,200,000.
    (4) At Eastern Connecticut State University:
    (A)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to  facilities,  including  fire,  safety,  energy
conservation  and  code  compliance, not exceeding
$807,000;
    (B)  North  Campus  steam  and condensate line
replacement, not exceeding $1,535,000;
    (C)   Perimeter   road   and   development  of
additional parking, not exceeding $1,080,000;
    (D)  Acquisition  of  a  building and planning
for renovations for use  as  a  learning  resource
center, not exceeding $500,000.
    (5) At Central Connecticut State University:
    (A)    Alterations    and    improvements   to
facilities,   including   fire,   safety,   energy
conservation  and  code  compliance, not exceeding
$4,199,000;
    (B)  Closure  of  Wells  Street, including the
relocation of  utilities  in  order  to  create  a
pedestrian walkway, not exceeding $2,350,000;
    (C)  Planning for alterations and improvements
to Copernicus Hall, not exceeding $840,000.
    (n)   For   the   Department   of  Correction:
Renovations   and   improvements    to    existing
state-owned    buildings   for   inmate   housing,
programming   and   staff   training   space   and
additional   inmate  capacity,  including  support
facilities   and   off-sites   improvements,   not
exceeding $5,000,000.
    (o)   For   the  Department  of  Children  and
Families:   Alterations   and   renovations    and
improvements  to  buildings and grounds, including
the completion of the  development  of  the  State
Receiving   Home,   East  Windsor,  not  exceeding
$3,500,000.
    (p) For the Judicial Department:
    (1)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to  buildings  and  grounds  at  state-owned   and
maintained  facilities,  including  Americans with
Disabilities Act code compliance  and  other  code
improvements and energy conservation measures, not
exceeding $5,000,000;
    (2)  Additions  and  improvements  to Juvenile
Matters   and   Detention   Facility,    Hartford,
including  acquisition  of  adjacent property, not
exceeding $11,748,000;
    (3)  Feasibility  study  for  the reuse of the
former Mystic  Oral  School  site  as  a  Juvenile
Matters  and  Detention  Center  for the Southeast
Regional, not exceeding $100,000;
    (4)   Purchase  and  installation  of  capital
equipment, not exceeding $5,000,000;
    (5)   Planning   for   a  new  criminal  court
facility, including  parking  in  New  Haven,  not
exceeding $2,000,000.
    Sec.  3. All provisions of section 3-20 of the
general statutes or the exercise of any  right  or
power  granted  thereby which are not inconsistent
with the provisions of this act are hereby adopted
and  shall  apply  to  all bonds authorized by the
State Bond Commission pursuant to sections 1 to 7,
inclusive,  of  this  act  and  temporary notes in
anticipation of the money to be derived  from  the
sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued
in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time
to  time  renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such
time or times  not  exceeding  twenty  years  from
their  respective  dates  as may be provided in or
pursuant to the resolution or resolutions  of  the
State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds.
    Sec.   4.   None   of   said  bonds  shall  be
authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond
Commission  that  there  has  been filed with it a
request for such authorization, which is signed by
the   Secretary   of  the  Office  of  Policy  and
Management or  by  or  on  behalf  of  such  state
officer,  department  or  agency  and stating such
terms and conditions as said  commission,  in  its
discretion, may require.
    Sec.  5.  For the purposes of sections 1 to 7,
inclusive, of this act, "state moneys"  means  the
proceeds  of the sale of bonds authorized pursuant
to  said  sections  1  to  7,  inclusive,  or   of
temporary  notes  issued  in  anticipation  of the
moneys to be derived from the sale of such  bonds.
Each  request  filed  as  provided in section 4 of
this act  for  an  authorization  of  bonds  shall
identify the project for which the proceeds of the
sale of such bonds are to  be  used  and  expended
and,  in  addition  to  any  terms  and conditions
required pursuant to said section 4,  include  the
recommendation  of the person signing such request
as to the extent  to  which  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  then  available or thereafter to be
made available for costs in  connection  with  any
such  project  should be added to the state moneys
available or becoming available hereunder for such
project.  If the request includes a recommendation
that some amount of such federal, private or other
moneys should be added to such state moneys, then,
if and to the extent directed by  the  State  Bond
Commission  at  the  time of authorization of such
bonds, said amount of  such  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  then  available or thereafter to be
made available for costs in connection  with  such
project may be added to any state moneys available
or becoming available hereunder for  such  project
and  be  used for such project, any other federal,
private  or  other  moneys   then   available   or
thereafter  to  be  made  available  for  costs in
connection with such project upon  receipt  shall,
in  conformity  with  applicable federal and state
law, be used by the Treasurer to meet principal of
outstanding bonds issued pursuant to sections 1 to
7, inclusive, to meet the principal  of  temporary
notes  issued  in  anticipation of the money to be
derived  from  the  sale  of   bonds   theretofore
authorized  pursuant  to  said  sections  1  to 7,
inclusive,  for  the  purpose  of  financing  such
costs,   either  by  purchase  or  redemption  and
cancellation of such bonds or notes or by  payment
thereof  at maturity. Whenever any of the federal,
private or other moneys so received  with  respect
to such project are used to meet principal of such
temporary notes or whenever principal of any  such
temporary  notes  is  retired  by  application  of
revenue receipts of the state, the amount of bonds
theretofore  authorized  in  anticipation of which
such  temporary  notes  were   issued,   and   the
aggregate  amount of bonds which may be authorized
pursuant to section 1 of this act, shall  each  be
reduced  by  the amount of the principal so met or
retired. Pending use of the  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  so  received  to  meet principal as
hereinabove directed, the amount  thereof  may  be
invested  by the Treasurer in bonds or obligations
of, or guaranteed by,  the  state  of  the  United
States  or  agencies  or  instrumentalities of the
United States, shall be deemed to be part  of  the
debt  retirement  funds  of  the  state,  and  net
earnings on such investments shall be used in  the
same manner as the said moneys so invested.
    Sec.  6.  Any  balance of proceeds of the sale
of said bonds authorized for any project described
in  section 2 of this act in excess of the cost of
such project may be used  to  complete  any  other
project  described  in said section 2 if the State
Bond Commission shall so determine and direct. Any
balance  of  proceeds of the sale of said bonds in
excess of the costs of all the projects  described
in said section 2 shall be deposited to the credit
of the General Fund.
    Sec.   7.   Said   bonds  issued  pursuant  to
sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act  shall  be
general  obligations  of  the  state  and the full
faith and credit of the state of  Connecticut  are
pledged  for  the  payment of the principal of and
interest on said bonds as the same become due, and
accordingly  and  as  part  of the contract of the
state   with   the   holders   of   said    bonds,
appropriation   of   all   amounts  necessary  for
punctual payment of such principal and interest is
hereby  made,  and  the  Treasurer  shall pay such
principal and interest as the same become due.
    Sec.  8.  The State Bond Commission shall have
power,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions   of
sections  8  to  11,  inclusive, of this act, from
time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of
the  state  in one or more series and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
$18,000,000.
    Sec.  9.  The  proceeds  of  the  sale of said
bonds shall be used by the Department of  Economic
and   Community   Development   for  the  purposes
hereinafter stated:
    Housing    development   and   rehabilitation,
including moderate cost housing, moderate  rental,
congregate     and    elderly    housing,    urban
homesteading,   community   housing    development
corporations,  housing purchase and rehabilitation
(no more than $10,000,000 of the  total),  housing
for  the homeless, housing for low income persons,
limited equity  cooperatives  and  mutual  housing
projects,   removal  and  abatement  of  hazardous
material including asbestos and  lead-based  paint
in residential structures (no more than $2,500,000
of the total),  emergency  repair  assistance  for
senior citizens, housing land bank and land trust,
housing and community development,  predevelopment
grants  and  loans,  reimbursement  for  state and
federal   surplus   property,    private    rental
investment  mortgage  and  equity program, housing
infrastructure, septic system repair loan program,
acquisition   and   related   rehabilitation   and
participation  in  federal   programs,   including
administrative   expenses  associated  with  those
programs eligible under the general statutes,  not
exceeding $18,000,000.
    Sec.   10.   None   of  said  bonds  shall  be
authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond
Commission  that  there  has  been filed with it a
request for such authorization, which is signed by
the   Secretary   of  the  Office  of  Policy  and
Management or  by  or  on  behalf  of  such  state
officer,  department  or  agency  and stating such
terms and conditions as said  commission,  in  its
discretion may require.
    Sec. 11. All provisions of section 3-20 of the
general statutes, or  the exercise of any right or
power granted thereby  which  are not inconsistent
with  the  provisions   of   sections   8  to  11,
inclusive, of this  act,  are  hereby  adopted and
shall apply to  all  bonds authorized by the State
Bond Commission pursuant  to  sections  8  to  11,
inclusive, of this  act,  and  temporary  notes in
anticipation of the  money  to be derived from the
sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued
in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time
to time renewed.  Such  bonds shall mature at such
time or times  not  exceeding  twenty  years  from
their respective dates  as  may  be provided in or
pursuant to the  resolution  or resolutions of the
State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds. Such
bonds issued pursuant  to  section  8  of this act
shall be general  obligations of the state and the
full faith and  credit of the state of Connecticut
are pledged for  the  payment  of the principal of
and interest on  such  bonds  as  the same becomes
due, and accordingly  and  as part of the contract
of the state  with  the  holders  of  such  bonds,
appropriation  of  all   amounts   necessary   for
punctual payment of such principal and interest is
hereby made, and  the  Treasurer  shall  pay  such
principal and interest as the same become due.
    Sec.  12. The State Bond Commission shall have
power,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions   of
sections  12  to  19, inclusive, of this act, from
time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of
the  state  in one or more series and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
$53,563,000.
    Sec.  13.  The  proceeds  of  the sale of said
bonds shall be used for the purpose  of  providing
grants-in-aid  and  other  financing as authorized
for Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated for  the
projects,   programs   and   purposes  hereinafter
stated:
    (a)  For  the Office of Policy and Management:
Grants-in-aid to municipalities for development of
a  computer  assisted  mass  appraisal system, not
exceeding $313,000.
    (b)  For  the Department of Agriculture: State
matching    grants-in-aid    to    farmers     for
environmental    compliance,    including    waste
management facilities, compost, soil  and  erosion
control,    pesticide   reduction,   storage   and
disposal, not exceeding $400,000.
    (c)   For   the  Department  of  Environmental
Protection:
    (1)  Grants-in-aid to state agencies, regional
planning agencies  and  municipalities  for  water
pollution    control   projects,   not   exceeding
$3,000,000;
    (2)  Grants-in-aid  to  municipalities for the
purpose of providing potable water, not  exceeding
$1,000,000;
    (3)  Containment,  removal  or  mitigation  of
identified hazardous  waste  disposal  sites,  not
exceeding $5,000,000;
    (4)   Grants-in-aid   to   municipalities  for
acquisition   of   land,   for    public    parks,
recreational and water quality improvements, water
mains  and  water  pollution  control  facilities,
including    sewer    projects,    not   exceeding
$8,000,000;
    (5)       Identification,       investigation,
containment, removal or mitigation of contaminated
industrial  sites  in  urban  areas, not exceeding
$500,000;
    (6)   Grants-in-aid   to   municipalities  for
landfill  closure  and   related   expenses,   not
exceeding $6,000,000.
    (d)    For    the    Connecticut    Historical
Commission: Grants-in-aid for the restoration  and
preservation of historic structures and landmarks,
not exceeding $150,000.
    (e)      For      Connecticut     Innovations,
Incorporated: Financing for various  projects  and
programs,  including  the  Connecticut  Technology
Partnership    Program,     Cooperative     Higher
Education/Economic  Development  Program, Advanced
Technology Centers, Critical Technologies  Program
and  Charles  Goodyear  Cooperative  Research  and
Development Grants, not exceeding $8,000,000.
    (f)  For  the  Department  of  Public  Health:
Grants-in-aid  to  community  health  centers  and
primary   care   organizations   for  renovations,
improvements and the purchase  of  equipment,  not
exceeding $1,000,000.
    (g)  For  the  Department  of Social Services:
Grants-in-aid for neighborhood  facilities,  child
day  care  projects, elderly centers, multipurpose
human resource  centers,  shelter  facilities  for
victims  of  domestic violence, emergency shelters
for   the   homeless,   and   food    distribution
facilities, not exceeding $4,000,000.
    (h)   For   the   Department   of   Education:
Grant-in-aid to municipalities and regional school
districts,  and regional education service centers
for technology wiring  of  schools  (at  least  $3
million  of the total for Bridgeport, Hartford and
New Haven), not exceeding $10,000,000.
    (i) For the State Library:
    (1)  Grants-in-aid  to  the  Connecticut  Arts
Endowment Fund for  Section  501(c)(3)  tax-exempt
nonprofit organizations to be matched with private
contributions, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (2)  Grants-in-aid  for  public  libraries for
construction,  renovations,   expansions,   energy
conservation  and  handicapped  accessibility, not
exceeding $2,500,000.
    (j)   For   the  Department  of  Children  and
Families:
    (1)  Grants-in-aid to private nonprofit mental
health clinics for children for fire,  safety  and
environmental  improvements,  including expansion,
not exceeding $500,000;
    (2)     Grants-in-aid     for    construction,
alterations,   repairs   and    improvements    to
residential  facilities, group homes, shelters and
permanent   family   residences,   not   exceeding
$1,000,000.
    (k)   For   Connecticut  Public  Broadcasting,
Incorporated:
    (1)    Construction    and    equipment    for
instructional  television  fixed  service  system,
including interconnection with state agencies, not
exceeding $550,000;
    (2)    Equipment    upgrades    for   Advanced
Television, including transmitters and  conversion
to   digital   studio,  including  processing  and
transmission equipment, not exceeding $650,000.
    Sec.  14.  All  provisions  of section 3-20 of
the general statutes or the exercise of any  right
or   power   granted   thereby   which   are   not
inconsistent with the provisions of this  act  are
hereby  adopted  and  shall  apply  to  all  bonds
authorized by the State Bond  Commission  pursuant
to  sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act, and
temporary notes in anticipation of the money to be
derived  from  the  sale  of  any  such  bonds  so
authorized may be issued in accordance  with  said
sections  12  to  19,  inclusive, and from time to
time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time
or  times  not  exceeding  twenty years from their
respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant
to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond
Commission authorizing such bonds.
    Sec.   15.   None   of  said  bonds  shall  be
authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond
Commission  that  there  has  been filed with it a
request for such authorization, which is signed by
the   Secretary   of  the  Office  of  Policy  and
Management or  by  or  on  behalf  of  such  state
officer,  department  or  agency  and stating such
terms and conditions as said  commission,  in  its
discretion, may require.
    Sec.  16.  For  the purposes of sections 12 to
19, inclusive, of this act, "state  moneys"  means
the  proceeds  of  the  sale  of  bonds authorized
pursuant to said sections 12 to 19, inclusive,  or
of  temporary  notes issued in anticipation of the
moneys to be derived from the sale of such  bonds.
Each  request  filed  as provided in section 15 of
this act  for  an  authorization  of  bonds  shall
identify the project for which the proceeds of the
sale of such bonds are to  be  used  and  expended
and,  in  addition  to  any  terms  and conditions
required pursuant to said section 15, include  the
recommendation  of the person signing such request
as to the extent  to  which  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  then  available or thereafter to be
made available for costs in  connection  with  any
such  project  should be added to the state moneys
available  or  becoming   available   under   said
sections 12 to 19, inclusive, for such project. If
the request includes a  recommendation  that  some
amount  of  such  federal, private or other moneys
should be added to such state moneys, then, if and
to   the   extent   directed  by  the  State  Bond
Commission at the time of  authorization  of  such
bonds,  said  amount  of  such federal, private or
other moneys then available or  thereafter  to  be
made  available  for costs in connection with such
project may be added to any state moneys available
or  becoming  available hereunder for such project
and be used for such project, any  other  federal,
private   or   other   moneys  then  available  or
thereafter to  be  made  available  for  costs  in
connection  with  such project upon receipt shall,
in conformity with applicable  federal  and  state
law,   be  used  by  the  Treasurer  to  meet  the
principal of outstanding bonds issued pursuant  to
said  sections 12 to 19, inclusive, or to meet the
principal   of   temporary   notes    issued    in
anticipation  of  the money to be derived from the
sale of bonds theretofore authorized  pursuant  to
said sections 12 to 19, inclusive, for the purpose
of financing such costs,  either  by  purchase  or
redemption and cancellation of such bonds or notes
or by payment thereof at maturity. Whenever any of
the  federal,  private or other moneys so received
with respect to such project are used to meet  the
principal  of such temporary notes or whenever the
principal of any such temporary notes  is  retired
by  application  of revenue receipts of the state,
the amount  of  bonds  theretofore  authorized  in
anticipation  of  which  such temporary notes were
issued, and the aggregate amount  of  bonds  which
may  be  authorized pursuant to section 12 of this
act. Pending use of the federal, private or  other
moneys  so  received  to  meet  the  principal  as
directed in this section, the amount  thereof  may
be   invested   by   the  Treasurer  in  bonds  or
obligations of, or guaranteed by, the state or the
United  States or agencies or instrumentalities of
the United States, shall be deemed to be  part  of
the  debt  retirement  funds of the state, and net
earnings on such investments shall be used in  the
same manner as the said moneys so invested.
    Sec.   17.   Said  bonds  issued  pursuant  to
sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act shall be
general  obligations  of  the  state  and the full
faith and credit of the state of  Connecticut  are
pledged  for  the  payment of the principal of and
interest on said bonds as the same become due, and
accordingly  and  as  part  of the contract of the
state   with   the   holders   of   said    bonds,
appropriation   of   all   amounts  necessary  for
punctual payment of such principal and interest is
hereby  made,  and  the  Treasurer  shall pay such
principal and interest as the same become due.
    Sec.  18.  In  accordance  with  section 13 of
this act the state,  through  the  Departments  of
Agriculture,   Environmental   Protection,  Public
Health, Social Services,  Education  and  Children
and    Families,    the   Connecticut   Historical
Commission,   the   State   Library,   Connecticut
Innovations,   Incorporated  and  the  Connecticut
Public  Broadcasting,  Incorporated,  may  provide
grants-in-aid  and  other financings to or for the
agencies  for  the  purposes   and   projects   as
described  in said section 13. All financing shall
be made in accordance with the terms of a contract
at  such  time  or  times  as  shall be determined
within authorization of funds by  the  State  Bond
Commission.
    Sec.  19. In the case of any grant-in-aid made
pursuant to subsections (d), (f), (g), (i)(2), (j)
and (k) of section 13 of this act which is made to
any entity which is not a political subdivision of
the  state,  the contract entered into pursuant to
section 14 of this act shall provide that  if  the
premises  for  which  such  grant-in-aid  was made
ceases, within ten  years  of  the  date  of  such
grant,  to  be  used  as a facility for which such
grant was made, an amount equal to the  amount  of
such  grant,  minus ten per cent per year for each
full year which has elapsed since the date of such
grant,  shall  be  repaid  to the state and that a
lien shall be placed on such land in favor of  the
state to ensure that such amount will be repaid in
the event of such change in use  provided  if  the
premises  for which such grant-in-aid was made are
owned by the state, a municipality  or  a  housing
authority no lien need be placed.
    Sec.  20. The State Bond Commission shall have
power,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions   of
sections  20  to  26, inclusive, of this act, from
time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of
the  state  in one or more series and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
$160,334,000.
    Sec.  21.  The  proceeds  of  the sale of said
bonds, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall  be
used  for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or
condemnation,      undertaking,      constructing,
reconstructing,   improving   or   equipping,   or
purchasing land or buildings  or  improving  sites
for  the projects hereinafter described, including
payment of architectural, engineering,  demolition
or  related  costs  in connection therewith, or of
payment  of  the  cost   of   long-range   capital
programming   and  space  utilization  studies  as
hereinafter stated:
    (a)  For  the  Office  of the Secretary of the
State:   Development   and    implementation    of
state-wide  automated  Voter  Registration system,
not exceeding $750,000.
    (b)  For  the Office of Policy and Management:
Development of an offender-based  tracking  system
for  use  by  state  and  local  criminal  justice
agencies, not exceeding $3,000,000.
    (c)  For  the Department of Veterans' Affairs:
Alterations, repairs and improvements to buildings
and grounds, not exceeding $500,000.
    (d) For the Department of Public Works:
    (1)  Removal  or  encapsulation of asbestos in
state-owned buildings, not exceeding $5,000,000;
    (2)  Infrastructure  repairs and improvements,
including fire, safety  and  compliance  with  the
Americans  with  Disabilities  Act improvements to
state-owned buildings and grounds including energy
conservation   and   preservation   of  unoccupied
buildings, not exceeding $10,000,000;
    (3)  Removal  or  replacement  of  underground
storage tanks, not exceeding $4,000,000;
    (4)  Site  remediation,  asbestos  removal  or
abatement and  other  costs  associated  with  the
reuse   or   closure   of  Norwich  Hospital,  not
exceeding $2,000,000.
    (e) For the Department of Public Safety:
    (1)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and  grounds,  including   utilities,   mechanical
systems,   energy  conservation  and  removal  and
replacement of fuel storage tanks,  not  exceeding
$500,000;
    (2)   State-wide   Telecommunications   System
including two-way radio system, land  acquisition,
site  improvements,  construction  and  equipment,
including  communications  command   center,   not
exceeding $5,900,000.
    (f) For the Military Department:
    (1)   State  matching  funds  for  anticipated
federal  reimbursable  projects,   not   exceeding
$300,000;
    (2)  Improvements, alterations and renovations
to  buildings,  including  site  improvements  and
exterior building repairs, not exceeding $500,000;
    (3)  Improvements  to  or replacement of roofs
at various National Guard armories throughout  the
state, not exceeding $250,000.
    (g)   For   the  Department  of  Environmental
Protection:
    (1)  Recreation  and  natural  heritage  trust
program  for  recreation,  open  space,   resource
protection  and resource management, not exceeding
$1,000,000;
    (2)    Modernization   and   improvements   to
state-owned recreational and  conservation  areas,
including code improvements and renovations to and
replacement  of  departmental-owned  bridges,  not
exceeding $500,000;
    (3)  Various flood control improvements, flood
repair, erosion damage repairs and  municipal  dam
repairs, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (4)  Dam  repairs  including state-owned dams,
not exceeding $3,000,000;
    (5)    Americans    with    Disabilities   Act
improvements  at  state  recreation   areas,   not
exceeding $500,000;
    (6)    Alterations,    renovations   and   new
construction at state parks and  other  recreation
facilities, not exceeding $1,500,000.
    (h)  For  the  Department of Mental Health and
Addiction Services:
    (1)    Fire,    safety    and    environmental
improvements, including improvements in compliance
with  current codes, site improvements, repair and
replacement  of  roofs,  and  other  exterior  and
interior   building   renovations,  not  exceeding
$4,000,000;
    (2)  Alterations,  renovations,  additions and
improvements,  including   new   construction   in
accordance  with  the  Department of Mental Health
and Addiction Services  master  campus  plan,  not
exceeding $4,000,000.
    (i) For the Department of Education:
    (1)      Instructional     technology/computer
networking at  all  Regional  Vocational-Technical
Schools, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (2)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and grounds, including roof replacement, utilities
and   mechanical   systems   and   replacement  of
underground   storage   tanks,    not    exceeding
$2,500,000;
    (3)  Replace and update shop equipment for the
trades program, not exceeding $2,000,000;
    (4)  For  the  American  School  for the Deaf:
Various  site   improvements,   including   roads,
parking,  sidewalks  and  lighting,  not exceeding
$2,890,000.
    (j)  For  the University of Connecticut Health
Center: At Farmington:
    (1)  New and replacement instruction, research
and/or   laboratory   equipment,   not   exceeding
$1,100,000;
    (2)  Development  of  additional areas for the
library and related  improvements,  not  exceeding
$781,000;
    (3)  Code  improvements including fire, safety
and handicapped code improvements,  not  exceeding
$4,000,000;
    (4)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and grounds, including  utilities  and  roads  and
code    compliance    projects,    not   exceeding
$2,000,000.
    (k)   For   the  Regional  Community-Technical
College System:
    (1) All Community-Technical Colleges:
    (A)  New and replacement instruction, research
and/or   laboratory   equipment,   not   exceeding
$6,420,000;
    (B)   Deferred  maintenance,  renovations  and
improvements  to   facilities,   including   fire,
safety,  energy  conservation and code compliance,
not exceeding $4,000,000;
    (C)  Alterations and improvements to buildings
and grounds in accordance with the Americans  with
Disabilities  Act code requirements, not exceeding
$500,000;
    (D)    Alterations    and    improvements   to
instruction and support space used  for  technical
instruction,      including     faculty     office
improvements, not exceeding $500,000;
    (2)  At  Norwalk  Community-Technical College:
Alterations  and  improvements  to  buildings  and
grounds  for  instructional  and  support space in
accordance  with  the   master   plan,   including
deferred  maintenance  improvements, not exceeding
$3,000,000;
    (3)    At   Northwestern   Community-Technical
College: Alterations  and  improvements,  heating,
ventilating    and   air   conditioning   systems,
including energy conservation and code compliance,
not exceeding $2,000,000;
    (4)    At    Manchester    Community-Technical
College: Phase I  development  of  facilities  and
planning for Phase II, not exceeding $24,200,000;
    (5)  At  Capitol  Community-Technical College:
Relocation of instructional and  academic  support
functions  from  the Flatbush Avenue Campus to the
Woodland Street Campus, not exceeding $6,445,000;
    (6)   For   Three  Rivers  Community-Technical
College:  Planning  for  renovations  to  existing
buildings  and  additional  facilities,  including
land acquisition for a  consolidated  campus,  not
exceeding $1,000,000.
    (l)   For  the  Connecticut  State  University
System:
    (1) All Universities:
    (A)    New    and   replacement   instruction,
research,  laboratory,  and  physical  plant   and
administrative     equipment,     not    exceeding
$8,000,000;
    (B)  Alterations,  repairs and improvements to
auxiliary  services   buildings,   not   exceeding
$5,000,000;
    (2)  At Southern Connecticut State University:
Alterations  and   improvements   to   steam   and
condensate  and  electrical  lines,  not exceeding
$3,410,000;
    (3) At Western Connecticut State University:
    (A)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to facilities,  including,  fire,  safety,  energy
conservation  and  code  compliance, not exceeding
$584,000;
    (B)    Alterations    and    improvements   to
utilities,  including  steam  lines,  storm  water
mains,  water  and  tunnel  systems, not exceeding
$1,357,000;
    (4) At Eastern Connecticut State University:
    (A)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to  facilities,  including  fire,  safety,  energy
conservation  and  code  compliance, not exceeding
$1,429,000;
    (B)  Campus  Security  System,  not  exceeding
$550,000;
    (5) At Central Connecticut State University:
    (A)    Alterations    and    improvements   to
facilities,   including   fire,   safety,   energy
conservation  and  code  compliance, not exceeding
$3,293,000;
    (B)   Alterations  and  improvements  to  Emma
Willard Hall, not exceeding $4,533,000;
    (C)  Planning for alterations and improvements
to Maria Sanford Hall, not exceeding $440,000;
    (D)  Alterations and improvements to the Frank
DiLoreto Hall, not exceeding $5,080,000;
    (E)  Planning for alterations and improvements
to  the  Harrison  Kaiser  Hall,   not   exceeding
$622,000.
    (m)   For   the  Department  of  Children  and
Families:   Alterations   and   renovations    and
improvements  to  buildings and grounds, including
the completion of the  development  of  the  State
Receiving   Home,   East  Windsor,  not  exceeding
$2,000,000.
    (n) For the Judicial Department:
    (1)  Planning for alterations, renovations and
improvements to a facility located  in  Bridgeport
for  offices  for  adult  probation, not exceeding
$500,000;
    (2)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to the Courthouse located at  7  Kendrick  Avenue,
Waterbury for use as a superior court for juvenile
matters  and  juvenile  probation,  not  exceeding
$1,000,000;
    (3)  Alterations, renovations and improvements
to  buildings  and  grounds  at  state-owned   and
maintained  facilities,  including  Americans with
Disabilities Act code compliance  and  other  code
improvements and energy conservation measures, not
exceeding $5,000,000;
    (4)   Purchase  and  installation  of  capital
equipment, not exceeding $5,000,000.
    Sec.  22.  All  provisions  of section 3-20 of
the general statutes or the exercise of any  right
or   power   granted   thereby   which   are   not
inconsistent with the provisions of this  act  are
hereby  adopted  and  shall  apply  to  all  bonds
authorized by the State Bond  Commission  pursuant
to  sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act, and
temporary notes in anticipation of the money to be
derived  from  the  sale  of  any  such  bonds  so
authorized may be issued in accordance  with  said
section  3-20  and from time to time renewed. Such
bonds shall mature  at  such  time  or  times  not
exceeding twenty years from their respective dates
as  may  be  provided  in  or  pursuant   to   the
resolution   or  resolutions  of  the  State  Bond
Commission authorizing such bonds.
    Sec.   23.   None   of  said  bonds  shall  be
authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond
Commission  that  there  has  been filed with it a
request for such authorization, which is signed by
the   Secretary   of  the  Office  of  Policy  and
Management or  by  or  on  behalf  of  such  state
officer,  department  or  agency  and stating such
terms and conditions as said  commission,  in  its
discretion, may require.
    Sec.  24.  For  the purposes of sections 20 to
26, inclusive, of this act, "state  moneys"  means
the  proceeds  of  the  sale  of  bonds authorized
pursuant to said sections 20 to 26, inclusive,  of
this   act   or   of  temporary  notes  issued  in
anticipation of the moneys to be derived from  the
sale of such bonds. Each request filed as provided
in section 23 of this act for an authorization  of
bonds  shall  identify  the  project for which the
proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be  used
and  expended  and,  in  addition to any terms and
conditions required pursuant to said  section  23,
include  the  recommendation of the person signing
such request as to the extent  to  which  federal,
private   or   other   moneys  then  available  or
thereafter to  be  made  available  for  costs  in
connection  with  any such project should be added
to  the  state  moneys   available   or   becoming
available  hereunder  for  such  project.  If  the
request includes a recommendation that some amount
of such federal, private or other moneys should be
added to such state moneys, then, if  and  to  the
extent  directed  by  the State Bond Commission at
the time of  authorization  of  such  bonds,  said
amount  of  such  federal, private or other moneys
then available or thereafter to be made  available
for  costs  in connection with such project may be
added to any state moneys  available  or  becoming
available  hereunder  for such project and be used
for such project, any other  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  then  available or thereafter to be
made available for costs in connection  with  such
project  upon  receipt  shall,  in conformity with
applicable federal and state law, be used  by  the
Treasurer  to  meet principal of outstanding bonds
issued pursuant to sections 20 to  26,  inclusive,
of this act, or to meet the principal of temporary
notes issued in anticipation of the  money  to  be
derived   from   the  sale  of  bonds  theretofore
authorized  pursuant  to  said  sections  for  the
purpose   of   financing  such  costs,  either  by
purchase or redemption and  cancellation  of  such
bonds  or notes or by payment thereof at maturity.
Whenever any of  the  federal,  private  or  other
moneys  so  received  with respect to such project
are used to meet principal of such temporary notes
or  whenever principal of any such temporary notes
is retired by application of revenue  receipts  of
the   state,   the  amount  of  bonds  theretofore
authorized in anticipation of which such temporary
notes  were  issued,  and  the aggregate amount of
bonds which may be authorized pursuant to  section
20  of  this  act,  shall  each  be reduced by the
amount of the principal so met or retired. Pending
use  of  the  federal,  private or other moneys so
received  to   meet   principal   as   hereinabove
directed,  the  amount  thereof may be invested by
the Treasurer  in  bonds  or  obligations  of,  or
guaranteed  by,  the state of the United States or
agencies  or  instrumentalities  of   the   United
States,  shall  be  deemed  to be part of the debt
retirement funds of the state, and net earnings on
such  investments shall be used in the same manner
as the said moneys so invested.
    Sec.  25.  Any balance of proceeds of the sale
of said bonds authorized for any project described
in section 21 of this act in excess of the cost of
such project may be used  to  complete  any  other
project  described  in  said  section if the State
Bond Commission shall so determine and direct. Any
balance  of  proceeds of the sale of said bonds in
excess of the costs of all the projects  described
in  said  section  21  shall  be  deposited to the
credit of the General Fund.
    Sec.   26.   Said  bonds  issued  pursuant  to
sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act shall be
general  obligations  of  the  state  and the full
faith and credit of the state of  Connecticut  are
pledged  for  the  payment of the principal of and
interest on said bonds as the same become due, and
accordingly  and  as  part  of the contract of the
state   with   the   holders   of   said    bonds,
appropriation   of   all   amounts  necessary  for
punctual payment of such principal and interest is
hereby  made,  and  the  Treasurer  shall pay such
principal and interest as the same become due.
    Sec.  27. The State Bond Commission shall have
power,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions   of
sections  27  to  30, inclusive, of this act, from
time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of
the  state  in one or more series and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
$15,000,000.
    Sec.  28.  The  proceeds  of  the sale of said
bond shall be used by the Department  of  Economic
and   Community   Development   for  the  purposes
hereinafter stated:
    Housing    development   and   rehabilitation,
including moderate cost housing, moderate  rental,
congregate     and    elderly    housing,    urban
homesteading,   community   housing    development
corporations,  housing purchase and rehabilitation
(no more than $10,000,000 of the  total),  housing
for  the homeless, housing for low income persons,
limited equity  cooperatives  and  mutual  housing
projects,   removal  and  abatement  of  hazardous
material including asbestos and  lead-based  paint
in residential structures (no more than $2,500,000
of the total),  emergency  repair  assistance  for
senior citizens, housing land bank and land trust,
housing and community development,  predevelopment
grants  and  loans,  reimbursement  for  state and
federal   surplus   property,    private    rental
investment  mortgage  and  equity program, housing
infrastructure, septic system repair loan program,
acquisition   and   related   rehabilitation   and
participation  in  federal   programs,   including
administrative   expenses  associated  with  those
programs eligible under the general statutes,  not
exceeding $15,000,000.
    Sec.   29.   None   of  said  bonds  shall  be
authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond
Commission  that  there  has  been filed with it a
request for such authorization, which is signed by
the   Secretary   of  the  Office  of  Policy  and
Management or  by  or  on  behalf  of  such  state
officer,  department  or  agency  and stating such
terms and conditions as said  commission,  in  its
discretion may require.
    Sec. 30. All provisions of section 3-20 of the
general statutes, or  the exercise of any right or
power granted thereby  which  are not inconsistent
with  the  provisions   of   sections  27  to  30,
inclusive, of this  act,  are  hereby  adopted and
shall apply to  all  bonds authorized by the State
Bond Commission pursuant  to  sections  27  to 30,
inclusive, of this  act,  and  temporary  notes in
anticipation of the  money  to be derived from the
sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued
in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time
to time renewed.  Such  bonds shall mature at such
time or times  not  exceeding  twenty  years  from
their respective dates  as  may  be provided in or
pursuant to the  resolution  or resolutions of the
State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds. Such
bonds issued pursuant  to  section  27 of this act
shall be general  obligations of the state and the
full faith and  credit of the state of Connecticut
are pledged for  the  payment  of the principal of
and interest on such bonds as the same become due,
and accordingly and as part of the contract of the
state   with   the    holders   of   such   bonds,
appropriation  of  all   amounts   necessary   for
punctual payment of such principal and interest is
hereby made, and  the  Treasurer  shall  pay  such
principal and interest as the same become due.
    Sec.  31. The State Bond Commission shall have
power,  in  accordance  with  the  provisions   of
sections  30  to  36, inclusive, of this act, from
time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of
the  state  in one or more series and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate    not    exceeding
$40,200,000.
    Sec.  32.  The  proceeds  of  the sale of said
bonds shall be used for the purpose  of  providing
grants-in-aid   for   the  projects  and  purposes
hereinafter stated:
    (a)  For  the Department of Agriculture: State
matching    grants-in-aid    to    farmers     for
environmental    compliance,    including    waste
management facilities, compost, soil  and  erosion
control,    pesticide   reduction,   storage   and
disposal, not exceeding $400,000.
    (b)   For   the  Department  of  Environmental
Protection:
    (1)  Grants-in-aid to state agencies, regional
planning agencies  and  municipalities  for  water
pollution    control   projects,   not   exceeding
$4,000,000;
    (2)  Grants-in-aid  to  municipalities for the
purpose of providing potable water, not  exceeding
$2,000,000;
    (3)  Containment,  removal  or  mitigation  of
identified hazardous  waste  disposal  sites,  not
exceeding $5,000,000;
    (4)   Grants-in-aid   to   municipalities  for
acquisition and  development  of  open  space  for
conservation or recreation purposes, not exceeding
$500,000;
    (5)   Grants-in-aid   to   municipalities  for
acquisition   of   land,   for    public    parks,
recreational and water quality improvements, water
mains  and  water  pollution  control  facilities,
including    sewer    projects,    not   exceeding
$8,000,000.
    (c)    For    the    Connecticut    Historical
Commission: Grants-in-aid for the restoration  and
preservation of historic structures and landmarks,
not exceeding $150,000.
    (d)  For  the  Department  of Social Services:
Grants-in-aid for neighborhood  facilities,  child
day  care  projects, elderly centers, multipurpose
human resource  centers,  shelter  facilities  for
victims  of  domestic violence, emergency shelters
for   the   homeless,   and   food    distribution
facilities, not exceeding $4,000,000.
    (e)   For   the   Department   of   Education:
Grants-in-aid  to  municipalities   and   regional
school  districts,  and regional education service
centers for technology wiring of schools (at least
$3  million  of the total for Bridgeport, Hartford
and New Haven), not exceeding $10,000,000.
    (f) For the State Library:
    (1)  Grants-in-aid  to  the  Connecticut  Arts
Endowment Fund for  Section  501(c)(3)  tax-exempt
nonprofit organizations to be matched with private
contributions, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (2)  Grants-in-aid  for  public  libraries for
construction,  renovations,   expansions,   energy
conservation  and  handicapped  accessibility, not
exceeding $2,500,000.
    (g)   For   the  Department  of  Children  and
Families:
    (1)  Grants-in-aid to private nonprofit mental
health clinics for children for fire,  safety  and
environmental  improvements  including  expansion,
not exceeding $500,000;
    (2)     Grants-in-aid     for    construction,
alterations,   repairs   and    improvements    to
residential facilities, group homes, shelters, and
permanent   family   residences,   not   exceeding
$1,000,000.
    (h)   For   Connecticut  Public  Broadcasting,
Incorporated:
    (1)    Construction    and    equipment    for
instructional  television  fixed  service   system
including interconnection with state agencies, not
exceeding $550,000;
    (2)    Equipment    upgrades    for   Advanced
Television, including transmitters and  conversion
to   digital   studio,  including  processing  and
transmission equipment, not exceeding $600,000.
    Sec.  33.  All  provisions  of section 3-20 of
the general statutes or the exercise of any  right
or   power   granted   thereby   which   are   not
inconsistent with the provisions of this  act  are
hereby  adopted  and  shall  apply  to  all  bonds
authorized by the State Bond  Commission  pursuant
to  sections 30 to 36, inclusive, of this act, and
temporary notes in anticipation of the money to be
derived  from  the  sale  of  any  such  bonds  so
authorized may be issued in accordance  with  said
sections  30  to  36,  inclusive, and from time to
time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time
or  times  not  exceeding  twenty years from their
respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant
to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond
Commission authorizing such bonds.
    Sec.   34.   None   of  said  bonds  shall  be
authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond
Commission  that  there  has  been filed with it a
request for such authorization, which is signed by
the   Secretary   of  the  Office  of  Policy  and
Management or  by  or  on  behalf  of  such  state
officer,  department  or  agency  and stating such
terms and conditions as said  commission,  in  its
discretion, may require.
    Sec.  35.  For  the purposes of sections 30 to
36, inclusive, of this act, "state  moneys"  means
the  proceeds  of  the  sale  of  bonds authorized
pursuant to said sections 30 to 36, inclusive,  or
of  temporary  notes issued in anticipation of the
moneys to be derived from the sale of such  bonds.
Each  request  filed  as provided in section 34 of
this act  for  an  authorization  of  bonds  shall
identify the project for which the proceeds of the
sale of such bonds are to  be  used  and  expended
and,  in  addition  to  any  terms  and conditions
required pursuant to said section 34, include  the
recommendation  of the person signing such request
as to the extent  to  which  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  then  available or thereafter to be
made available for costs in  connection  with  any
such  project  should be added to the state moneys
available or becoming available hereunder for such
project.  If the request includes a recommendation
that some amount of such federal, private or other
moneys should be added to such state moneys, then,
if and to the extent directed by  the  State  Bond
Commission  at  the  time of authorization of such
bonds, said amount of  such  federal,  private  or
other  moneys  then  available or thereafter to be
made available for costs in connection  with  such
project may be added to any state moneys available
or becoming available hereunder for  such  project
and  be  used for such project, any other federal,
private  or  other  moneys   then   available   or
thereafter  to  be  made  available  for  costs in
connection with such project upon  receipt  shall,
in  conformity  with  applicable federal and state
law,  be  used  by  the  Treasurer  to  meet   the
principal  of outstanding bonds issued pursuant to
said sections 30 to 36, inclusive, or to meet  the
principal    of    temporary   notes   issued   in
anticipation of the money to be derived  from  the
sale  of  bonds theretofore authorized pursuant to
said sections 30 to 36, inclusive, for the purpose
of  financing  such  costs,  either by purchase or
redemption and cancellation of such bonds or notes
or by payment thereof at maturity. Whenever any of
the federal, private or other moneys  so  received
with  respect to such project are used to meet the
principal of  such  temporary  notes  or  whenever
principal  of  any such temporary notes is retired
by application of revenue receipts of  the  state,
the  amount  of  bonds  theretofore  authorized in
anticipation of which such  temporary  notes  were
issued,  and  the  aggregate amount of bonds which
may be authorized pursuant to section 31  of  this
act,  shall  each  be reduced by the amount of the
principal so met or retired. Pending  use  of  the
federal,  private  or  other moneys so received to
meet the principal as directed  in  this  section,
the   amount   thereof  may  be  invested  by  the
Treasurer  in  bonds   or   obligations   of,   or
guaranteed  by,  the state or the United States or
agencies  or  instrumentalities  of   the   United
States,  shall  be  deemed  to be part of the debt
retirement funds of the state, and net earnings on
such  investments shall be used in the same manner
as the said moneys so invested.
    Sec.   36.   Said  bonds  issued  pursuant  to
sections 30 to 36, inclusive, of this act shall be
general  obligations  of  the  state  and the full
faith and credit of the state of  Connecticut  are
pledged  for  the  payment of the principal of and
interest on said bonds as the same become due, and
accordingly  and  as  part  of the contract of the
state   with   the   holders   of   said    bonds,
appropriation   of   all   amounts  necessary  for
punctual payment of such principal and interest is
hereby  made,  and  the  Treasurer  shall pay such
principal and interest as the same become due.
    Sec.  37.  In  accordance  with  section 32 of
this act the state,  through  the  Departments  of
Agriculture,       Environmental       Protection,
Transportation,  Social  Services,  Education  and
Children  and Families, the Connecticut Historical
Commission, the State Library, and the Connecticut
Public   Broadcasting,  Incorporated  may  provide
grants-in-aid to or for the agencies  or  purposes
and  projects as described in said section 32. All
grants shall be made in accordance with the  terms
of  a  contract  at such time or times as shall be
determined within authorization of  funds  by  the
State Bond Commission.
    Sec.  38. In the case of any grant-in-aid made
pursuant to subsections (c), (d), (e), (f)(2), (g)
and (h) of section 32 of this act which is made to
any entity which is not a political subdivision of
the  state,  the contract entered into pursuant to
section 37 of this act shall provide that  if  the
premises  for  which  such  grant-in-aid  was made
ceases, within ten  years  of  the  date  of  such
grant,  to  be  used  as a facility for which such
grant was made, an amount equal to the  amount  of
such  grant,  minus ten per cent per year for each
full year which has elapsed since the date of such
grant,  shall  be  repaid  to the state and that a
lien shall be placed on such land in favor of  the
state to ensure that such amount will be repaid in
the event of such change in use  provided  if  the
premises  for which such grant-in-aid was made are
owned by the state, a municipality  or  a  housing
authority no lien need be placed.
    Sec.  39.  Section  1 of special act 84-54, as
amended by section  136  of  special  act  85-102,
section  118  of special act 86-54, section 221 of
special act 87-77,  section  168  of  special  act
88-77, section 89 of special act 89-52, section 92
of special act 90-34, section 64  of  special  act
91-7  of  the  June special session, section 57 of
special act  92-3  of  the  May  special  session,
section 61 of special act 93-2 of the June special
session and section 39 of public act 94-2  of  the
May   special  session,  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of special act 84-54, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts  in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding   one
hundred seventeen million two hundred [ninety-one]
SIXTY thousand  [five]  ONE  hundred  [forty-four]
FIFTY-EIGHT dollars.
    Sec.  40. Subdivision (3) of subsection (d) of
section 2 of special act 84-54 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Dam  repairs  including  state-owned dams, not
exceeding  [four]  THREE  million   NINE   HUNDRED
SIXTY-EIGHT THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED FOURTEEN dollars.
    Sec.  41.  Section 12 of special act 84-54, as
amended by section 115 of special  act  90-34,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  22, inclusive, of special act 84-54, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in the aggregate,  not  exceeding  [eight]
SEVEN   million   [one]   EIGHT   hundred   [nine]
NINETY-SEVEN thousand  TWO  HUNDRED  SEVENTY-THREE
dollars.
    Sec.  42.  Subsection  (c)  of  section  13 of
special act 84-54 is amended to read as follows:
    For  Contingency  Reserve:  Additions  to  the
amount  hereinbefore  stated  for   any   of   the
foregoing  projects  or  purposes,  amounts in the
aggregate  not  exceeding  [three   hundred   six]
NINETY-FOUR  thousand  TWO  HUNDRED  SEVENTY-THREE
dollars.
    Sec.  43.  Section 1 of special act 85-102, as
amended by  section  129  of  special  act  86-54,
section  233  of special act 87-77, section 177 of
special act 88-77,  section  101  of  special  act
89-52,  section  118 of special act 90-34, section
72  of  special  act  91-7  of  the  June  special
session, section 63 of special act 92-3 of the May
special session, section 64 of special act 93-2 of
the  June special session and section 41 of public
act 94-2 of the May special session, is amended to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive, of special act 85-102, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts  in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding   one
hundred  [eighteen]  SIXTEEN  million  six hundred
EIGHTY-SIX    thousand    [two]    SIX     hundred
[forty-eight] SIXTY-EIGHT dollars.
    Sec.  44. Subdivision (3) of subsection (u) of
section 2 of special act  85-102,  as  amended  by
section  242  of  special act 87-77, is amended to
read as follows:
    At    Cheshire    Correctional    Institution,
improvements,  alterations  and  renovations,  not
exceeding  [two  million] eight hundred EIGHTY-SIX
thousand FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY dollars.
    Sec.  45. Section 12 of special act 85-102, as
amended by  section  185  of  special  act  88-77,
section  110  of special act 89-52, section 144 of
special act 90-34, section 84 of special act  91-7
of  the  June  special  session  and section 68 of
special act 92-3 of the May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to 21, inclusive, of special act 85-102, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts  in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding   one
million   [eight]   SEVEN   hundred   [ninety-two]
THIRTY-ONE  thousand  one   hundred   [sixty-five]
FORTY-FIVE dollars.
    Sec.  46.  Subsection  (c)  of  section  13 of
special act 85-102, as amended by section  188  of
special act 88-77, is repealed.
    Sec.  47.  Section  1 of special act 87-77, as
amended by  section  201  of  special  act  88-77,
section  125  of special act 89-52, section 170 of
special act 90-34, section 101 of special act 91-7
of the June special session, section 83 of special
act 92-3 of the May special session and section 72
of  special  act 93-2 of the June special session,
is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of special act 87-77, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts  in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding   one
hundred  [ninety-six]  NINETY million nine hundred
[ninety-nine]  EIGHTY-TWO  thousand   [two]   NINE
hundred [seventy-one] EIGHTY-SIX dollars.
    Sec.  48. Subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of
section 2 of special  act  87-77,  as  amended  by
section  126  of special act 89-52, section 102 of
special act 91-7 of the June special  session  and
section  84 of special act 92-3 of the May special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    State  Capitol and Legislative Office Building
and  related   structures,   site   and   facility
improvements,  not  exceeding  one  million [nine]
SEVEN  hundred  [forty-five]  FIFTY-NINE  thousand
[one] NINE hundred ninety dollars.
    Sec.  49. Subdivision (5) of subsection (d) of
section 2 of special act 87-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Various  improvements  including  bathhouse at
Sherwood Island State  Park,  not  exceeding  [one
million  one]  EIGHT  hundred  [fifty]  FIFTY-FIVE
thousand FOURTEEN dollars.
    Sec.  50.  Subdivision  (16) of subsection (d)
of section 2 of special act 87-77  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    At   West   Rock   Ridge   State   Park,  land
acquisition,  not  exceeding  [one  million  five]
SEVEN  hundred  FIFTY-FIVE  thousand  SIX  HUNDRED
dollars.
    Sec.  51.  Subdivision  (27) of subsection (d)
of section 2 of special act 87-77  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Island   Brook   flood   control   project  in
Bridgeport,  not  exceeding  [five]  ONE   million
[eight]  TWO  hundred  TWO  thousand  FOUR HUNDRED
SEVENTEEN dollars.
    Sec.  52. Subdivision (2) of subsection (o) of
section 2 of special act 87-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Renovations   and   improvements  to  existing
state-owned   buildings   for   inmate    housing,
programming   and   staff   training   space,  and
additional  inmate  capacity,  including   support
facilities, not exceeding thirty-six million [two]
ONE hundred [fifty] FIFTY-SIX thousand SIX HUNDRED
NINETY-TWO dollars.
    Sec.  53.  Subsection  (r)  of  section  2  of
special act 87-77, as amended by  section  209  of
special  act  88-77,  section  144  of special act
89-52, section 194 of special act  90-34,  section
116  of  special  act  91-7  of  the  June special
session, section 91 of special act 92-3 of the May
special session and section 79 of special act 93-2
of the June special session, is amended to read as
follows:
    For  Contingency  Reserve:  Additions  to  the
amount  hereinbefore  stated  for   any   of   the
foregoing  projects  or  purposes,  amounts in the
aggregate not exceeding three million [five]  FOUR
hundred fifty-seven thousand [eight hundred eight]
dollars.
    Sec.  54.  Section 12 of special act 87-77, as
amended by  section  147  of  special  act  89-52,
section  196  of  special act 90-34, section 92 of
special act 92-3 of the May  special  session  and
section  56  of public act 94-2 of the May special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  21, inclusive, of special act 87-77, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts  in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding   ten
million  [nine]  SIX hundred [ninety-two] EIGHTEEN
thousand [eight] FIVE hundred SIX dollars.
    Sec.  55.  Subsection  (d)  of  section  13 of
special act 87-77, as amended by  section  153  of
special  act  89-52,  section  202  of special act
90-34 and section 95 of special act  92-3  of  the
May   special  session,  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    For  Contingency  Reserve:  Additions  to  the
amount  hereinbefore  stated  for   any   of   the
foregoing  projects  or  purposes,  amounts in the
aggregate,    not    exceeding    [four    hundred
twenty-five]   FIFTY-ONE   thousand  [nine]  SEVEN
hundred [ninety-four] dollars.
    Sec.  56.  Section 22 of special act 87-77, as
amended by section 211 of special  act  88-77  and
section  117  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  22
to  27, inclusive, of special act 87-77, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in the  aggregate,  not  exceeding  eleven
million [nine] SIX hundred [seventeen] SIXTY-SEVEN
thousand six dollars.
    Sec.  57. Subdivision (2) of subsection (g) of
section 23 of special act 87-77 is repealed.
    Sec.  58.  Section  1 of special act 88-77, as
amended by  section  156  of  special  act  89-52,
section  205  of  special act 90-34, section 99 of
special act  92-3  of  the  May  special  session,
section 83 of special act 93-2 of the June special
session, section 59 of public act 94-2 of the  May
special  session  and  section  44  of special act
95-20, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of special act 88-77, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding  three
hundred  [forty-six]  THIRTY-SEVEN  million [nine]
SIX hundred [thirty] FOUR thousand [three  hundred
thirty-one] FIVE dollars.
    Sec.  59.  Subsection  (d)  of  section  2  of
special act 88-77 is amended to read as follows:
    For   the  Department  of  Veterans'  Affairs:
Long-range capital planning and space  utilization
studies,   AND   FOR   VARIOUS   IMPROVEMENTS  AND
RENOVATIONS  TO   BUILDINGS   AND   GROUNDS,   not
exceeding one hundred thousand dollars.
    Sec.  60.  Subsection  (f)  of  section  2  of
special act 88-77 is amended to read as follows:
    For   the   Department   of   Motor  Vehicles:
Planning,    design,    land    and/or    building
acquisition, construction or improvements to motor
vehicle facilities, not  exceeding  [eleven]  NINE
million   SIX  HUNDRED  FIFTY-THREE  THOUSAND  ONE
HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE dollars.
    Sec.  61. Subdivision (2) of subsection (j) of
section 2 of special act 88-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Dam  repairs  including  state-owned dams, not
exceeding  [one  million]  NINE   HUNDRED   NINETY
THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED SEVENTY-TWO dollars.
    Sec.  62. Subdivision (5) of subsection (j) of
section 2 of special act 88-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Sewer  connection  at  Sherwood  Island  State
Park, not exceeding [three million]  FIVE  HUNDRED
SIXTY-EIGHT THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED dollars.
    Sec.  63. Subdivision (7) of subsection (j) of
section 2 of special  act  88-77,  as  amended  by
section 85 of special act 93-2 of the June special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    East-West   connector   road  and  state  park
development, Silver Sands State Park, Milford, not
exceeding  [two  million]  TWO HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT
THOUSAND dollars.
    Sec.  64.  Subdivision  (11) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of special act 88-77  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Farm  Brook  flood  control project in Hamden,
land acquisition and construction related to brook
diversion,  not exceeding [one hundred] THIRTY-TWO
thousand SEVEN HUNDRED dollars.
    Sec.  65. Subdivision (2) of subsection (m) of
section 2 of special act 88-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    At  Southbury  Training School: Replacement of
hot  water  storage   tanks   at   all   cottages,
improvements    to   the   power   plant   system,
renovations to two  existing  storage  areas,  and
planning   for  renovations  to  two  cottages  in
accordance   with   current    codes,    including
intermediate    care   facility   standards,   not
exceeding  [one  million]  NINE  HUNDRED  NINETEEN
THOUSAND dollars.
    Sec.  66. Subdivision (3) of subsection (o) of
section 2 of special act 88-77 is repealed.
    Sec.  67. Subdivision (4) of subsection (o) of
section 2 of special  act  88-77,  as  amended  by
section 158 of special act 89-52, is repealed.
    Sec.  68.  Subparagraph (E) of subdivision (1)
of subsection (q) of  section  2  of  special  act
88-77,  as  amended  by section 159 of special act
89-52, is amended to read as follows:
    At  H.H.  Ellis  Regional Vocational-Technical
School  in  Danielson,  planning  and  design  for
improvements  and an addition, not exceeding [two]
ONE  hundred  [fifty]  NINETY-SIX  thousand   FOUR
HUNDRED FIFTY dollars.
    Sec.  69.  Subparagraph (D) of subdivision (3)
of subsection (s) of  section  2  of  special  act
88-77 is repealed.
    Sec.  70.  Subparagraph (C) of subdivision (2)
of subsection (w) of  section  2  of  special  act
88-77,  as  amended  by  section  11 of public act
96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    Copernicus  Hall,  enclosed main deck with one
story roofed structure  and  interior  renovations
for  additional  classroom  and  office space, not
exceeding [two] ONE million  [two]  EIGHT  hundred
[thirteen] FORTY-FOUR thousand EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY
dollars.
    Sec.  71. Subdivision (4) of subsection (x) of
section 2 of special act 88-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Renovations   and   improvements  to  existing
state-owned   buildings   for   inmate    housing,
programming   and   staff   training   space,  and
additional  inmate  capacity,  including   support
facilities, various projects at various locations,
not  exceeding  forty-five  million  [two  hundred
fifty]    EIGHTY-THREE   thousand   FIVE   HUNDRED
EIGHTY-NINE dollars.
    Sec.  72. Subdivision (2) of subsection (y) of
section 2 of special act 88-77 is amended to  read
as follows:
    At    Long    Lane    School:   Planning   for
alterations,  renovations  and   improvements   to
buildings  and  grounds  including  utilities  and
mechanical systems,  additions,  new  construction
and  demolition, not exceeding [three] ONE million
SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND dollars.
    Sec.  73.  Subsection  (bb)  of  section  2 of
special act 88-77, as amended by  section  170  of
special  act  89-52,  section  232  of special act
90-34, section 138 of special act 91-7 of the June
special  session,  section 111 of special act 92-3
of the May special session, section 90 of  special
act  93-2  of the June special session and section
63 of public act 94-2 of the May special  session,
is amended to read as follows:
    For  Contingency  Reserve:  Additions  to  the
amount  hereinbefore  stated  for   any   of   the
foregoing  projects  or  purposes,  amounts in the
aggregate not exceeding two  million  [six]  THREE
hundred [six] FORTY-ONE thousand [ten] TWO HUNDRED
FORTY-EIGHT dollars.
    Sec.  74.  Section 12 of special act 88-77, as
amended by  section  233  of  special  act  90-34,
section  139  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, section 112 of special  act  92-3
of  the May special session, section 91 of special
act 93-2 of the June special session  and  section
47  of  special  act  95-20, is amended to read as
follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  21, inclusive, of special act 88-77, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in the aggregate, not  exceeding  [twenty]
NINETEEN  million [ninety-six] FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY
thousand five hundred twenty dollars.
    Sec.  75.  Subsection  (c)  of  section  13 of
special act 88-77, as amended by  section  141  of
special  act  91-7 of the June special session and
section 92 of special act 93-2 of the June special
session, is repealed.
    Sec.  76.  Section 22 of special act 88-77, as
amended by  section  238  of  special  act  90-34,
section  142  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, section 115 of special  act  92-3
of  the May special session, section 93 of special
act 93-2 of the June special session,  section  64
of  public act 94-2 of the May special session and
section 12 of public act  96-181,  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  22
to  27, inclusive, of special act 88-77, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
sixty-seven    million    [four]    ONE    hundred
[eighty-four]  SEVENTY-FIVE  thousand  [one]  FIVE
hundred [eight] TWELVE dollars.
    Sec.  77. Subdivision (1) of subsection (c) of
section 23 of special act 88-77 is amended to read
as follows:
    Grants-in-aid   for  neighborhood  facilities,
child  day   care   projects,   elderly   centers,
multipurpose   human   resource  centers,  shelter
facilities for victims of  domestic  violence  and
emergency  shelters and related facilities for the
homeless, not exceeding [four] THREE million  NINE
HUNDRED    NINETY-FIVE   THOUSAND   FIVE   HUNDRED
TWENTY-ONE dollars.
    Sec.  78. Subdivision (2) of subsection (d) of
section 23 of special act 88-77 is amended to read
as follows:
    Grants-in-aid   to   [municipalities]   PUBLIC
LIBRARIES,  AS  DEFINED  IN  SUBDIVISION  (2)   OF
SECTION   11-24a  OF  THE  GENERAL  STATUTES,  for
construction of public  libraries,  not  exceeding
four million dollars.
    Sec.  79.  Subsection  (e)  of  section  23 of
special act 88-77 is amended to read as follows:
    For     the    Department    of    Correction:
Grants-in-aid for community residential facilities
for  alterations,  repairs  and  improvements, not
exceeding [one million]  NINE  HUNDRED  FORTY-FIVE
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED EIGHTY-THREE dollars.
    Sec.  80.  Subsection  (g)  of  section  23 of
special act 88-77, as amended by  section  241  of
special  act  90-34  and section 94 of special act
93-2 of the June special session, is repealed.
    Sec.  81.  Section  1 of special act 89-52, as
amended by  section  253  of  special  act  90-34,
section  150  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, section 118 of special  act  92-3
of the May special session, section 102 of special
act 93-2 of the June special session  and  section
69  of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of special act 89-52, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in the  aggregate,  not  exceeding  [four]
THREE  hundred  [ten]  NINETY-NINE million [seven]
THREE hundred [eleven] NINETY-THREE thousand three
hundred [seventy-eight] EIGHTY-NINE dollars.
    Sec.  82. Subdivision (1) of subsection (c) of
section 2 of special act 89-52 is amended to  read
as follows:
    State-wide      telecommunications      system
including two-way radio system, land  acquisition,
site   improvements   construction  and  equipment
including  communications  command   center,   not
exceeding   [nineteen]   SEVENTEEN   million  [one
hundred] SEVENTY  thousand  THREE  HUNDRED  TWENTY
dollars.
    Sec.  83. Subdivision (4) of subsection (g) of
section 2 of special act 89-52 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Various  flood  control  and shore and erosion
control projects, not exceeding one million  [two]
ONE  hundred  NINETY-EIGHT  thousand  SIX  HUNDRED
FORTY-TWO dollars.
    Sec.  84.  Subdivision  (16) of subsection (g)
of section 2 of special act 89-52, as  amended  by
section  72  of public act 94-2 of the May special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    The  application  for  permits associated with
dredging of the Salmon River, the dredging of  the
Salmon River or the purchase of a hydraulic dredge
for use on the Salmon River,  not  exceeding  [two
hundred] FIFTY thousand dollars.
    Sec.  85.  Subdivision  (18) of subsection (g)
of section 2 of special act 89-52  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Development   of  Windsor  Locks  Canal  Park,
including land  acquisition,  not  exceeding  [two
million  five]  THREE  hundred  FORTY-SIX thousand
FIVE HUNDRED dollars.
    Sec.  86. Subdivision (2) of subsection (i) of
section 2 of special act 89-52 is amended to  read
as follows:
    At   Southbury   Training   School:   Renovate
cottage 35  for  interim  living  space,  renovate
cottage  31  in  accordance  with  current  codes,
design  renovations  for   two   other   cottages,
renovate   bathrooms   at   Roselle   School   for
handicapped accessibility,  and  air  conditioning
and utility improvements at various buildings, not
exceeding  [three]  TWO  million  [three   hundred
eighty]   NINETY-FOUR   thousand   EIGHT   HUNDRED
dollars.
    Sec.  87. Subdivision (1) of subsection (k) of
section 2 of special act 89-52 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Fire,  safety  and environmental improvements,
including improvements in compliance with  current
codes, air conditioning, site improvements, repair
and  replacement  of  roofs,  and  other  exterior
building  renovations,  not  exceeding  [two]  ONE
million  NINE  HUNDRED  EIGHTY-ONE  THOUSAND  NINE
HUNDRED TWENTY dollars.
    Sec.  88. Subdivision (2) of subsection (k) of
section 2 of special  act  89-52,  as  amended  by
section  259  of  special act 90-34, is amended to
read as follows:
    At   Fairfield  Hills  Hospital:  Renovations,
repairs and alterations for use by  the  Berkshire
Woods  Chemical  Dependence  Treatment Center, not
exceeding [two million two] FIVE hundred  [eighty]
NINETY-FIVE thousand dollars.
    Sec.  89. Subdivision (2) of subsection (m) of
section 2 of special act 89-52 is amended to  read
as follows:
    At  the Oak Hill School for the Blind, removal
of asbestos and roof  replacement,  not  exceeding
[four] ONE hundred [sixty] thousand dollars.
    Sec.  90.  Subparagraph (E) of subdivision (2)
of subsection (s) of  section  2  of  special  act
89-52,  as  amended  by section 112 of special act
93-2 of the June special session,  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    School  of  Business,  planning  for classroom
and office  building  and  parking  facility,  not
exceeding  [two]  ONE  million  SIX HUNDRED EIGHTY
THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED dollars.
    Sec.  91.  Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (5)
of subsection (u) of  section  2  of  special  act
89-52 is amended to read as follows:
    Replace   existing   cells   with  new  units,
support  facilities  including  a  gymnasium   and
various  life,  safety and other improvements, not
exceeding [twenty-nine] TWENTY-SIX  million  [two]
FOUR hundred THIRTY-TWO thousand dollars.
    Sec.  92. Subdivision (1) of subsection (w) of
section 2 of special act 89-52 is amended to  read
as follows:
    Acquisition,  renovation  and  enlargement  at
Vernon-Rockville Courthouse Complex, not exceeding
[one million] FOUR HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND dollars.
    Sec.  93.  Subsection  (x)  of  section  2  of
special act 89-52, as amended by  section  168  of
special  act  91-7  of  the  June special session,
section 132 of special act 92-3 of the May special
session,  section  115  of special act 93-2 of the
June special session and section 74 of public  act
94-2  of  the  May  special session, is amended to
read as follows:
    For  Contingency  Reserve:  Additions  to  the
amount  hereinbefore  stated  for   any   of   the
foregoing  projects  or  purposes,  amounts in the
aggregate not exceeding two  million  [ninety-six]
EIGHTY-NINE    thousand   [five]   THREE   hundred
[seventy-nine] EIGHT dollars.
    Sec.  94.  Section 12 of special act 89-52, as
amended by  section  269  of  special  act  90-34,
section  169  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, section 133 of special  act  92-3
of the May special session, section 116 of special
act 93-2 of the June special session  and  section
75  of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  21, inclusive, of special act 89-52, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in  the  aggregate,  not  exceeding  three
million   [eight]   FIVE   hundred   [sixty-seven]
THIRTY-SEVEN thousand FOUR HUNDRED NINETY dollars.
    Sec.  95.  Subsection  (c)  of  section  13 of
special act 89-52, as amended by  section  172  of
special  act  91-7 of the June special session and
section 118  of  special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session, is repealed.
    Sec.  96.  Section 22 of special act 89-52, as
amended by  section  272  of  special  act  90-34,
section  173  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session and section  119  of  special  act
93-2  of  the  June special session, is amended to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  22
to  27, inclusive, of special act 89-52, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding forty-nine
million  [five  hundred  seventy-nine] THIRTY-FIVE
thousand   [three]   TWO   hundred   [twenty-five]
EIGHTY-SIX dollars.
    Sec.  97.  Subdivision  (10) of subsection (a)
of section 23 of special act 89-52 is repealed.
    Sec.  98.  Subsection  (k)  of  section  23 of
special act 89-52 is amended to read as follows:
    For   the   Department  of  [Health  Services]
PUBLIC HEALTH: Grant-in-aid  to  the  Hill  Health
Center in New Haven for repair and improvements of
facilities,  not  exceeding  one   million   [five
hundred]  EIGHTY  thousand  NINE HUNDRED SIXTY-ONE
dollars.
    Sec.  99.  Section  1 of special act 90-34, as
amended by section 182 of special act 91-7 of  the
June  special  session, section 138 of special act
92-3 of the May special session,  section  123  of
special  act  93-2  of  the  June special session,
section 82 of public act 94-2 of the  May  special
session  and  section  49 of special act 95-20, is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of special act 90-34, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
[$544,124,554] $536,196,511.
    Sec.  100.  Subsection  (b)  of  section  2 of
special act 90-34, as amended  by  section  50  of
special act 95-20, is amended to read as follows:
    For   the  Department  of  Veterans'  Affairs:
[Long  Range  Capital  Planning]  RENOVATIONS  AND
IMPROVEMENTS   TO   BUILDINGS   AND  GROUNDS,  not
exceeding $25,000.
    Sec.  101.  Subdivision  (6) of subsection (c)
of section 2 of special act 90-34  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    At  The  University  of  Connecticut,  Storrs:
Construction  of  an  access  road   and   utility
improvements  in  the  area  of  The University of
Connecticut    Educational    Properties,     Inc.
development,     not     exceeding    [$4,240,000]
$1,090,000.
    Sec.  102.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (i)
of section 2 of special act 90-34  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Fire,  safety  and environmental improvements,
including improvements in compliance with  current
codes,   including   intermediate   care  facility
standards, site improvements,  handicapped  access
improvements,  utilities, repair or replacement of
roofs, air conditioning, and  other  interior  and
exterior     building     renovations    at    all
state-facilities,   not   exceeding   [$3,060,000]
$3,044,800.
    Sec.  103.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (i)
of section 2 of special act 90-34, as  amended  by
section  184  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, is amended to read as follows:
    At   Southbury   Training   School:   Renovate
cottages 4 and 21, install  elevator  and  replace
front  steps at Roselle School, repair entrance to
Health  Center,  phase  II  air  conditioning   of
client-occupied  buildings  and  cottages, replace
heating systems in cottages 40, 41 and 42,  repair
roof  on administration building, repairs to water
and  sewer  mains  and  sewage  treatment   plant,
replace windows in cottages 18 and 34, and parking
lot and  powerhouse  improvements,  not  exceeding
[$4,218,000] $3,193,686.
    Sec.  104.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of special act 90-34  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Air  conditioning  of various patient-occupied
and patient-related areas in buildings at  various
facilities, not exceeding [$3,252,000] $3,179,221.
    Sec.  105.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of special act 90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  106. Subparagraph (B) of subdivision (1)
of subsection (l) of  section  2  of  special  act
90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  107. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (1)
of subsection (n) of  section  2  of  special  act
90-34,  as  amended  by section 189 of special act
91-7 of the June special session,  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Alterations  and improvements to buildings and
grounds,  including  utilities,  roads  and   code
compliance  projects and planning for alterations,
renovations, improvements and an addition  to  the
William  Benton  State  Art  Museum,  Storrs,  not
exceeding [$8,775,000] $8,525,000.
    Sec.  108. Subparagraph (G) of subdivision (3)
of subsection (n) of  section  2  of  special  act
90-34 is amended to read as follows:
    Planning    for    alterations,   renovations,
improvements and an addition to the William Benton
Museum, not exceeding [$250,000] $134,250.
    Sec.  109. Section 22 of special act 90-34, as
amended by section 217 of special act 91-7 of  the
June  special  session, section 165 of special act
92-3 of the May special session,  section  143  of
special  act  93-2  of  the  June special session,
section 97 of public act 94-2 of the  May  special
session,  section  54  of  special  act  95-20 and
section 24 of public act  96-181,  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  22
to  27, inclusive, of special act 90-34, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
[$178,645,189] $176,245,189.
    Sec.  110.  Subdivision (20) of subsection (d)
of section 23 of special act 90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  111.  Subdivision (40) of subsection (d)
of section 23 of special act 90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  112.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (e)
of section 23 of special act 90-34, as amended  by
section  101 of public act 94-2 of the May special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    Grant-in-aid  to the Town of East Hartford for
development  of  Bicentennial   Square   Park,   a
veterans  memorial, and other economic development
projects, not exceeding [$600,000] $550,000.
    Sec.  113.  Subdivision (15) of subsection (e)
of section 23 of special act 90-34, as amended  by
section  229  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, is repealed.
    Sec.  114.  Subdivision (19) of subsection (e)
of section 23 of special act 90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  115.  Subdivision (26) of subsection (e)
of section 23 of special act 90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  116.  Subdivision (32) of subsection (e)
of section 23 of special act 90-34, as amended  by
section  230  of  special  act  91-7  of  the June
special session, is repealed.
    Sec.  117.  Subdivision (25) of subsection (i)
of section 23 of special act 90-34 is repealed.
    Sec.  118.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (m)
of section 23 of special act 90-34 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Grants-in-aid    for   community   residential
facilities for planning, design, land acquisition,
construction,  renovations,  alterations,  repairs
and  improvements,  not   exceeding   [$3,800,000]
$3,330,000.
    Sec.  119.  Section  1  of special act 91-7 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
173  of  special  act  92-3  of  the  May  special
session, section 161 of special act  93-2  of  the
June  special  session,  section 106 of public act
94-2 of the May special  session,  section  60  of
special  act  95-20  and  section 32 of public act
96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of  special  act  91-7 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$136,571,839] $136,123,755.
    Sec.  120.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (b)
of section 2 of  special  act  91-7  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Development  of  state-owned office facilities
through acquisition of land and/or buildings,  not
exceeding [$20,000,000] $19,708,177.
    Sec.  121.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (c)
of section 2 of  special  act  91-7  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 174 of
special act 92-3 of the May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    At  Camp  [Weicker]  ROWLAND: Two consolidated
barracks  facilities  AND/OR  AIR  NATIONAL  GUARD
FACILITY, GROTON, not exceeding $2,242,150.
    Sec.  122.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (c)
of section 2 of  special  act  91-7  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 175 of
special act 92-3 of the May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    At  Camp  [Weicker]  ROWLAND:  General purpose
buildings and maintenance supply  building  AND/OR
AIR NATIONAL GUARD FACILITY, GROTON, not exceeding
$379,000.
    Sec.  123. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (2)
of subsection (h) of section 2 of special act 91-7
of  the June special session is amended to read as
follows:
    Planning  for  alterations and improvements to
the White Building including  new  equipment,  not
exceeding [$370,000] $213,739.
    Sec.  124.  Section  12 of special act 91-7 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
184  of  special  act  92-3  of  the  May  special
session, section 113 of public act 94-2 of the May
special  session  and  section  62  of special act
95-20, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  21, inclusive, of special act 91-7 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$5,795,000] $3,267,000.
    Sec.  125. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (1)
of subsection (a) of section  13  of  special  act
91-7 of the June special session is repealed.
    Sec.  126.  Subsection  (c)  of  section 13 of
special act 91-7 of the June  special  session  is
repealed.
    Sec.  127.  Section  22 of special act 91-7 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
188 of special act 92-3 of the May special session
and section 64 of special act 95-20, is amended to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  22
to  27, inclusive, of special act 91-7 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$32,452,088] $32,449,359.
    Sec.  128.  Subsection  (f)  of  section 23 of
special act 91-7 of the June  special  session  is
amended to read as follows:
    For   the   Department  of  [Human  Resources]
SOCIAL SERVICES:  Grants-in-aid  for  neighborhood
facilities,   child  day  care  projects,  elderly
centers,  multi-purpose  human  resource  centers,
shelter   facilities   for   victims  of  domestic
violence,  and  emergency  shelters  and   related
facilities   for   the   homeless,  not  exceeding
[$8,000,000] $7,997,271.
    Sec.  129.  Section  1  of special act 92-3 of
the May special session, as amended by section 174
of  special  act 93-2 of the June special session,
section 118 of public act 94-2 of the May  special
session,  section  66  of  special  act  95-20 and
section 36 of public act  96-181,  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of  special  act  92-3  of the May
session,  from  time  to  time  to  authorize  the
issuance  of  bonds  of  the  state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$321,789,271] $321,564,277.
    Sec.  130.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (c)
of section 2  of  special  act  92-3  of  the  May
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Development  of state-owned office facilities,
including acquisition  of  land  or  buildings  or
both, not exceeding [$45,200,000] $45,149,226.
    Sec.  131.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (c)
of section 2  of  special  act  92-3  of  the  May
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  132.  Subdivision  (6) of subsection (g)
of section 2  of  special  act  92-3  of  the  May
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Land  acquisition for development of a Scantic
River  State  Park,   not   exceeding   [$400,000]
$305,000.
    Sec.  133.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (i)
of section 2  of  special  act  92-3  of  the  May
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Air  conditioning  of various patient-occupied
and patient-related areas at  various  facilities,
not exceeding [$1,880,000] $945,200.
    Sec.  134. Subparagraph (D) of subdivision (2)
of subsection (l) of section 2 of special act 92-3
of  the  May special session is amended to read as
follows:
    Planning  for  alterations and improvements to
plaza deck including waterproofing,  at  the  Gant
Complex, not exceeding [$303,000] $245,000.
    Sec.  135. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (4)
of subsection (p) of section 2 of special act 92-3
of  the  May special session is amended to read as
follows:
    [Chemical  storage  facility  at Goddard Hall]
DEVELOPMENT OF ADMISSIONS BUILDING, not  exceeding
$489,000.
    Sec.  136.  Subsection  (q)  of  section  2 of
special act 92-3 of the May  special  session,  as
amended  by  section  70  of special act 95-20, is
amended to read as follows:
    For  the Department of Correction: Renovations
and improvements to existing state-owned buildings
for inmate housing, programming and staff training
space, and additional inmate  capacity,  including
support  facilities  and demolition, not exceeding
[$25,315,864] $27,229,444.
    Sec.  137.  Section  12 of special act 92-3 of
the May special session, as amended by section  40
of  public  act  96-181,  is  amended  to  read as
follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  20,  inclusive, of special act 92-3 of the May
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$19,537,680] $18,789,080.
    Sec.  138. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (4)
of subsection (b) of section  13  of  special  act
92-3 of the May special session is amended to read
as follows:
    Renovations  and  additions  to Memorial Hall,
not exceeding [$6,253,000] $5,708,400.
    Sec.  139.  Subsection  (c)  of  section 13 of
special act 92-3 of the  May  special  session  is
repealed.
    Sec.  140.  Section  1  of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
134 of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
section 75 of special act 95-20 and section 43  of
public act 96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of  special  act  93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$336,691,000] $333,317,412.
    Sec.  141.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (b)
of section 2 of  special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Development  of state-owned office facilities,
[through] INCLUDING  acquisition  of  land  and/or
buildings, not exceeding $30,100,000.
    Sec.  142.  Subdivision  (7) of subsection (b)
of section 2 of  special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  143.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of  special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Air  conditioning  of various patient-occupied
and patient-related areas at  various  facilities,
not exceeding [$6,000,000] $3,336,412.
    Sec.  144.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of  special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  145.  Section  12 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as amended by section 46
of  public  act  96-181,  is  amended  to  read as
follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  20, inclusive, of special act 93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$3,527,000] $3,200,000.
    Sec.  146.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (a)
of section 13 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  147.  Section  21 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
145  of public act 94-2 of the May special session
and section 48 of public act 96-181, is amended to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  21
to  26, inclusive, of special act 93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$74,292,713] $64,751,801.
    Sec.  148.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (c)
of section 22 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Grant-in-aid  to  UCEP Inc. for development of
a building for the research  park,  not  exceeding
[$8,900,000] $345,338.
    Sec.  149.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (d)
of section 22 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Cooperative      Higher     Education/Economic
Development Projects and programs,  not  exceeding
[$7,000,000] $6,625,000.
    Sec.  150.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (d)
of section 22 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 146 of
public act 94-2 of the  May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    Funding   for   Connecticut   small   business
innovation  research   assistance   program,   not
exceeding [$1,000,000] $700,000.
    Sec.  151.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (g)
of section 22 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 148 of
public act 94-2 of the  May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    Grants-in-aid     to     private     nonprofit
organizations  for  new  or   expanded   community
residential  or out-patient alcohol and drug abuse
treatment facilities for capital costs related  to
start-up, not exceeding [$500,000] $188,750.
    Sec.  152.  Section  29 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
151 of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
section 78 of special act 95-20 and section 53  of
public act 96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  29
to  35, inclusive, of special act 93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$267,112,657] $268,088,297.
    Sec.  153.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (a)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 152 of
public act 94-2 of the  May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    Development  of state-owned office facilities,
[through] INCLUDING  acquisition  of  land  and/or
buildings,  including  at least $2,200,000 for the
development of a  new  facility  for  Charter  Oak
State College, not exceeding $68,100,000.
    Sec.  154.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (b)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Alterations,  renovations  and improvements to
the State Police  Training  Academy  buildings  at
[the Mulcahy Complex] PRESTON AVENUE, Meriden, not
exceeding $800,000.
    Sec.  155.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (c)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  156.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (e)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Fire,  safety  and  environmental improvements
including improvements in compliance with  current
codes,   including   intermediate   care  facility
standards, site improvements,  handicapped  access
improvements,  utilities, repair or replacement of
roofs, air conditioning, and  other  interior  and
exterior building renovations and additions at all
state-owned facilities, not exceeding [$1,350,000]
$1,184,057.
    Sec.  157.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (e)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    At  the  Southbury Training School: Additions,
alterations,  renovations  and   improvements   to
buildings  and  grounds,  including  utilities and
mechanical systems,  code  compliance  and  energy
conservation,     not    exceeding    [$2,000,000]
$4,310,000.
    Sec.  158.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (f)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Air  conditioning  of various patient-occupied
and patient-related areas at  various  facilities,
not exceeding [$750,000] $4,425,000.
    Sec.  159.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (f)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Planning  and design for repairs, renovations,
additions   and   improvements,   including    new
construction  in accordance with the master campus
plan, including a new or replacement facility  for
the  F.S.  DuBois  Center, Stamford, not exceeding
[$10,000,000] $8,849,858.
    Sec.  160.  Subdivision  (5) of subsection (f)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  161. Subparagraph (D) of subdivision (2)
of subsection (j) of section  30  of  special  act
93-2  of  the  June  special session is amended to
read as follows:
    Renovations  and  improvements  to the heating
and power plant, including replacement of boilers,
not exceeding [$1,000,000] $200,000.
    Sec.  162. Subparagraph (E) of subdivision (1)
of subsection (k) of section  30  of  special  act
93-2  of  the  June  special session is amended to
read as follows:
    Modifications   and   improvements  to  create
program in developmental and  molecular  genetics,
not exceeding [$5,400,000] $5,317,000.
    Sec.  163. Subparagraph (H) of subdivision (1)
of subsection (k) of section  30  of  special  act
93-2  of  the  June  special session is amended to
read as follows:
    Integrated  heating  and  cooling  system, not
exceeding [$2,900,000] $2,399,725.
    Sec.  164.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (n)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    At  Long Lane School, Middletown: Alterations,
renovations  and  improvements  to  buildings  and
grounds,   including   utilities   and  mechanical
systems,   additions,   new    construction    and
demolition,     not     exceeding    [$10,000,000]
$11,300,000.
    Sec.  165.  Subdivision  (6) of subsection (o)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Planning   for   new  addition  to  Bridgeport
Criminal   Court   Complex,    improvements    and
renovations  to  existing  facility, not exceeding
[$5,100,000] $2,190,000.
    Sec.  166.  Subdivision  (9) of subsection (o)
of section 30 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  167.  Section  36 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
160 of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  36
to  39, inclusive, of special act 93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$36,000,000] $35,977,506.
    Sec.  168.  Section  37 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
161 of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
is amended to read as follows:
    The  proceeds  of the sale of said bonds shall
be used by the Department  of  [Housing]  ECONOMIC
AND   COMMUNITY   DEVELOPMENT   for  the  purposes
hereinafter stated:
    Housing    development   and   rehabilitation,
including moderate cost housing, moderate  rental,
congregate     and    elderly    housing,    urban
homesteading,   community   housing    development
corporations, housing purchase and rehabilitation,
housing for the homeless, housing for  low  income
persons,  limited  equity  cooperatives and mutual
housing projects, removal  of  hazardous  material
including   asbestos   and   lead-based  paint  in
residential structures (at least $5 million of the
total  for  grants  and loans, including technical
assistance,  for  a  lead-based  paint   abatement
program,  including  acquisition and related costs
of lead-free housing), emergency repair assistance
for  senior  citizens,  housing land bank and land
trust,   housing   and   community    development,
predevelopment grants and loans, reimbursement for
state and federal surplus property, private rental
investment  mortgage  and  equity program, housing
infrastructure, septic system repair loan program,
construction,      acquisition     and     related
rehabilitation,  funding  under  various  programs
with  respect  to  projects of the Corporation for
Supportive Housing (at least $10  million  of  the
total),   funding   under  various  programs  with
respect to participation in  the  Urbank  program,
and  participation  in  federal programs, together
with administrative expenses of the Department  of
[Housing]   ECONOMIC   AND  COMMUNITY  DEVELOPMENT
associated with those programs that  are  eligible
under   the   general   statutes,   not  exceeding
[$36,000,000] $35,977,506.
    Sec.  169.  Section  40 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
162  of public act 94-2 of the May special session
and section 59 of public act 96-181, is amended to
read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  40
to  48, inclusive, of special act 93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$10,450,000] $5,725,000.
    Sec.  170.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (a)
of section 41 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  171.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (a)
of section 41 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 163 of
public act 94-2 of the  May  special  session,  is
repealed.
    Sec.  172.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (b)
of section 41 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 164 of
public act 94-2 of the  May  special  session,  is
repealed.
    Sec.  173.  Section  49 of special act 93-2 of
the June special session, as  amended  by  section
165 of public act 94-2 of the May special session,
section 83 of special act 95-20 and section 62  of
public act 96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  49
to  54, inclusive, of special act 93-2 of the June
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$58,808,814] $55,620,064.
    Sec.  174.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (c)
of section 50 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Cooperative      Higher     Education/Economic
Development Projects and programs,  not  exceeding
[$7,000,000] $6,000,000.
    Sec.  175.  Subdivision  (5) of subsection (c)
of section 50 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session is repealed.
    Sec.  176.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (f)
of section 50 of special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special  session,  as  amended  by  section 167 of
public act 94-2 of the  May  special  session,  is
amended to read as follows:
    Grants-in-aid     to     private     nonprofit
organizations  for  new  or   expanded   community
residential  out-patient  [alcohol  and drug abuse
treatment] facilities for capital costs related to
start-up, not exceeding [$500,000] $811,250.
    Sec.  177.  Section 13 of special act 93-21 is
repealed.
    Sec.  178.  Section  16  of public act 94-2 of
the May special session, as amended by section  67
of  public  act  96-181,  is  amended  to  read as
follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  16
to  22,  inclusive,  of public act 94-2 of the May
special session, from time to  time  to  authorize
the  issuance of bonds of the state in one or more
series and in principal amounts in the  aggregate,
not exceeding [$38,449,600] $29,649,600.
    Sec.  179.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (a)
of section 17  of  public  act  94-2  of  the  May
special session is amended to read as follows:
    Purchase  of  emission  reduction credits, not
exceeding [$1,000,000] $500,000.
    Sec.  180. Subparagraph (B) of subdivision (2)
of subsection (c) of section 17 of public act 94-2
of the May special session is repealed.
    Sec.  181.  Section  180 of public act 94-2 of
the May special session  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    Notwithstanding   the  provisions  of  section
3-20 of the general statutes, a  grant-in-aid  may
be  made  for  the Saint Jude's Congregate Elderly
Housing Project in Norwich from  funds  authorized
under  section  37 of special act 93-2 of the June
special  session,  in  an  amount  not   exceeding
$150,000,    INCLUDING   ANY   ACCRUED   INTEREST,
notwithstanding the  fact  that  funds  have  been
committed  or  expended prior to the authorization
of such funds by the State Bond Commission.
    Sec.  182.  Section 1 of special act 95-20, as
amended by section 70 of  public  act  96-181,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of special act 95-20, from time to
time to authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
[$198,709,000] $194,730,498.
    Sec.  183.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (a)
of section 2 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  184.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (d)
of section 2 of special act 95-20  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Planning  for  renovations and improvements to
a building [at Mansfield Training School]  for  an
Eastern   District   Headquarters   facility,  not
exceeding $180,000.
    Sec.  185.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (d)
of section 2 of special act 95-20  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Renovations   and  improvements  to  telephone
systems, including new  equipment,  not  exceeding
[$875,000] $719,290.
    Sec.  186.  Subdivision  (7) of subsection (d)
of section 2 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  187.  Subdivision  (8) of subsection (d)
of section 2 of special act 95-20  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Improvements   to  E-911  systems  at  various
barracks  facilities,  not  exceeding   [$605,000]
$400,000.
    Sec.  188.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of special act 95-20  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Alterations,    renovations,   additions   and
improvements,  including   new   construction   in
accordance  with  the  departmental  master campus
plan, including a new or replacement facility  for
the  F.S.  DuBois  Center, Stamford, not exceeding
[$2,765,000] $1,500,000.
    Sec.  189.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (j)
of section 2 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  190.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (l)
of section 2 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  191.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (m)
of section 2 of special act 95-20, as  amended  by
section  75  of  public  act 96-181, is amended to
read as follows:
    Alterations  and  improvements  for  [clinical
and  medical   school]   ACADEMIC   AND   RESEARCH
programs, not exceeding $3,575,000.
    Sec.  192.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (n)
of section 2 of special act 95-20  is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Northwestern    Community-Technical   College:
Roof  repairs  and/or  replacement  and   exterior
renovations   to   Founders  Hall,  not  exceeding
[$880,000] $701,000.
    Sec.  193. Subparagraph (B) of subdivision (4)
of subsection (o) of  section  2  of  special  act
95-20 is amended to read as follows:
    Development   of   a   new  library  facility,
including acquisition of property,  not  exceeding
[$25,300,000] $25,066,208.
    Sec.  194.  Section 9 of special act 95-20, as
amended by section 77 of  public  act  96-181,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  proceeds  of the sale of said bonds shall
be  used  by  the  Department  of   Economic   and
Community Development for the purposes hereinafter
stated:
    Housing    development   and   rehabilitation,
including moderate cost housing, moderate  rental,
congregate     and    elderly    housing,    urban
homesteading,   community   housing    development
corporations,  housing purchase and rehabilitation
(no more than $10,000,000 of the  total),  housing
for  the homeless, housing for low income persons,
limited equity  cooperatives  and  mutual  housing
projects,   removal  and  abatement  of  hazardous
material including asbestos and  lead-based  paint
in   residential   structures,   emergency  repair
assistance for senior citizens, housing land  bank
and land trust, housing and community development,
[(at least $1,000,000 for  accessible  housing  in
accordance  with  sections 8-218 and 8-218a of the
general  statutes),]  predevelopment  grants   and
loans, reimbursement for state and federal surplus
property, private rental investment  mortgage  and
equity  program,  housing  infrastructure,  septic
system   repair   loan   program,    construction,
acquisition   and   related   rehabilitation   and
participation  in  federal   programs,   including
administrative   expenses  associated  with  those
programs eligible under the general statutes,  not
exceeding $50,000,000.
    Sec.  195. Section 12 of special act 95-20, as
amended by section 78 of  public  act  96-181,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  12
to  17, inclusive, of special act 95-20, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
[$46,165,000] $44,840,000.
    Sec.  196.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (c)
of section 13 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  197.  Subdivision  (4) of subsection (c)
of section 13 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Cooperative      Higher     Education/Economic
Development Projects and programs,  not  exceeding
[$4,000,000] $3,675,000.
    Sec.  198. Section 21 of special act 95-20, as
amended by section 86 of  public  act  96-181,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  21
to  27, inclusive, of special act 95-20, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
[$196,035,250] $210,280,930.
    Sec.  199.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (a)
of section 22 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  200.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (d)
of section 22 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    State-wide      Telecommunications     System,
including two way radio system, land  acquisition,
site  improvements,  construction  and  equipment,
including  communications  command   center,   not
exceeding [$5,100,000] $7,129,680.
    Sec.  201.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (d)
of section 22 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Eastern    District   Headquarters   Facility:
Renovations and improvements to  a  building,  [at
Mansfield    Training   School,]   not   exceeding
$1,630,000.
    Sec.  202.  Subsection  (e)  of  section 22 of
special act 95-20, as amended  by  section  89  of
public act 96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    For   the   Department   of   Motor  Vehicles:
Renovations and improvements to  the  headquarters
building, Wethersfield, not exceeding [$3,000,000]
$6,100,000.
    Sec.  203.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (i)
section 22 of special act 95-20 is amended to read
as follows:
    Fire,  safety  and  environmental improvements
to state-wide regional facilities for  client  and
staff  needs, including improvements in compliance
with current codes,  including  intermediate  care
facility standards, site improvements, handicapped
access   improvements,   utilities,   repair    or
replacement  of  roofs, air conditioning and other
interior and  exterior  building  renovations  and
additions   at  all  state-owned  facilities,  not
exceeding [$4,000,000] $4,182,000.
    Sec.  204.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (j)
of section 22 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Fire,  safety  and environmental improvements,
including improvements in compliance with  current
codes,  site  improvements, repair and replacement
of roofs and other exterior and interior  building
renovations,     not     exceeding    [$5,500,000]
$7,768,000.
    Sec.  205.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (j)
of section 22 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Alterations,    renovations,   additions   and
improvements,  including   new   construction   in
accordance  with  the  departmental  master campus
plan, [including new or replacement  facility  for
the  F.S.  DuBois Center, Stamford,] not exceeding
[$2,540,000] $9,206,000.
    Sec.  206.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (m)
of section 22 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  207. Subparagraph (B) of subdivision (4)
of subsection (o) of section  22  of  special  act
95-20 is amended to read as follows:
    [Planning  for the replacement] REPLACEMENT of
prefabricated, buried high temperature  hot  water
distribution  system  located on the North Campus,
not exceeding $472,000.
    Sec.  208. Section 32 of special act 95-20, as
amended by section 96 of  public  act  96-181,  is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of  sections  32
to  37, inclusive, of special act 95-20, from time
to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of  the
state  in  one  or  more  series  and in principal
amounts   in   the   aggregate,   not    exceeding
[$35,420,000] $32,670,000.
    Sec.  209.  Subdivision  (1) of subsection (b)
of section 33 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  210.  Subdivision  (2) of subsection (b)
of section 33 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Advanced  Technology  Centers:  State matching
funds  for  federal  and/or  private  funds,   not
exceeding [$3,000,000] $1,500,000.
    Sec.  211.  Subdivision  (3) of subsection (b)
of section 33 of special act 95-20 is  amended  to
read as follows:
    Cooperative      Higher     Education/Economic
Development Projects and programs,  not  exceeding
[$4,000,000] $750,000.
    Sec.  212.  Section  1 of public act 96-181 is
amended to read as follows:
    The  State  Bond  Commission shall have power,
in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to
7,  inclusive,  of  [this  act] PUBLIC ACT 96-181,
from time to time to  authorize  the  issuance  of
bonds  of  the  state in one or more series and in
principal amounts in the aggregate, not  exceeding
[$26,175,000] $29,948,483.
    Sec.  213.  Subsection  (a)  of  section  2 of
public act 96-181 is amended to read as follows:
    For  the  Military  Department:  Planning  for
various alterations, improvements and expansion of
Camp   Hartell,   Windsor   Locks,  not  exceeding
[$1,400,000] $400,000.
    Sec.  214.  Subsection  (b)  of  section  2 of
public   act   96-181   is   amended   by   adding
subdivisions (3) and (4) as follows:
    (NEW)  (3)  Island Brook Flood Control project
in Bridgeport, not exceeding $4,597,583.
    (NEW)  (4)  East-West Connector Road and state
park   development,   Milford,    not    exceeding
$1,752,000.
    Sec.  215.  Subsection  (c)  of  section  2 of
public act 96-181 is amended to read as follows:
    For   The  University  of  Connecticut  Health
Center:   Alterations    and    improvements    to
multidiscipline    laboratories,   not   exceeding
[$3,700,000] $1,938,700.
    Sec.  216.  Section  2 of public act 96-181 is
amended by adding subsection (f) as follows:
    (NEW)   (f)   For   the   Joint  Committee  on
Legislative   Management:   State   Capitol    and
Legislative    Office    Building    and   related
structures, site and  facility  improvements,  not
exceeding $185,200.
    Sec. 217. Liens  obligated  from grants-in-aid
through  the  Department   of  Mental  Health  and
Addition Services to  Regional Network of programs
of Bridgeport for  renovations  and repairs to 163
Maple  Street  in   Bridgeport  from  special  act
85-102; special act 86-54 and special act 87-77 in
the amount of $33,295.70 shall be transferred to a
replacement property at  74  Huntington  Avenue in
Bridgeport, owned by  Regional Network of Programs
of Bridgeport.
    Sec.  218. This act shall take effect from its
passage, except that sections 20 to 38, inclusive,
shall take effect July 1, 1998.

Approved July 31, 1997