Substitute House Bill No. 5039
          Substitute House Bill No. 5039

               SPECIAL ACT NO. 98-9


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
$81,498,500.
    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   Department   of  Environmental
Protection:
    (1)  Recreation  and  natural  heritage  trust
program  for  recreation,   open  space,  resource
protection and resource  management, not exceeding
$11,500,000;
    (2)   Alterations,   renovations    and    new
construction at state  parks  and other recreation
facilities, not exceeding $13,000,000;
    (3) Alterations, renovations  and improvements
to Fort Trumbull,  including new construction, not
exceeding $10,000,000.
    (b) For the  Department  of  Mental Health and
Addiction   Services:  Alterations,   renovations,
additions   and   improvements,    including   new
construction in accordance  with  the department's
master campus plan, not exceeding $1,000,000.
    (c)   For   the   Department   of   Education:
Alterations  and  improvements  to  buildings  and
grounds, including new  and replacement equipment,
vehicles and technology  upgrades  at all Regional
Vocational-Technical   Schools,   not    exceeding
$15,000,000.
    (d)  For  the   Regional   Community-Technical
College System:
    (1) All Community-Technical  Colleges: New and
replacement    instruction,    research     and/or
laboratory equipment, not exceeding $1,000,000;
    (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
$650,000;
    (3)   At   Northwestern    Community-Technical
College:
    (A)  Alterations and  improvements,  including
improvements  to  heating,   ventilating  and  air
conditioning     systems,     including     energy
conservation and code compliance improvements, not
exceeding $2,000,000;
    (B) Planning for  the  development  of  a  new
addition for use  as  a  library,  classrooms  and
related space, replacement  of temporary buildings
and renovations to  existing  space, not exceeding
$510,000;
    (4) For Capital  Community-Technical  College:
Development   of  a   new   consolidated   campus,
including   site   acquisition,    not   exceeding
$15,555,000;
    (5) For Naugatuck  Valley  Community-Technical
College: Development of technology facilities, not
exceeding $1,925,000.
    (e)  For  the   Connecticut  State  University
System:
    (1) At Southern  Connecticut State University:
Planning for renovations  and an addition to Buley
Library,   including   site    improvements,   not
exceeding $150,000;
    (2) At Western  Connecticut  State University:
Development  of  an   access   road  and  adjacent
sidewalk to the  Westside  Campus,  not  exceeding
$605,000;
    (3) At Eastern Connecticut State University:
    (A)  Renovations to  the  J.E.  Smith  Library
building   for   administrative    office   space,
including  parking  area   and  access  road,  not
exceeding $5,351,000;
    (B) Planning for  the  development  of  a  new
science     building     including     classrooms,
laboratories, office and  support  space  and site
improvements, not exceeding $100,000;
    (4) At Central  Connecticut  State University:
Development of an  energy  center  to  replace the
existing power plant, including the demolition and
removal   of   old   equipment   and   structures,
modifications   to   existing    powerhouse    and
installation of underground utility tunnel system,
not exceeding $1,152,500.
    (f)  For  the   Department   of  Children  and
Families:     Alterations,     renovations     and
improvements to buildings  and  grounds, including
the  completion  of   the   development   of   the
Children's  Place,  East  Windsor,  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, 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 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  State  Treasurer  to  meet
principal of outstanding  bonds issued pursuant to
said 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 State 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
State  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  15,  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
$30,620,000.
    Sec. 9. The proceeds of the sale of said bonds
shall  be  used   for  the  purpose  of  providing
grants-in-aid for the  projects  and  purposes  as
hereinafter stated:
    (a)  For  the   Department   of  Environmental
Protection: Grants-in-aid for  acquisition of open
space for conservation or recreation purposes, not
exceeding $9,500,000.
    (b) For the  Department  of  Mental Health and
Addiction  Services:  Grants-in-aid   to  private,
nonprofit   organizations  for   alterations   and
improvements to various  facilities, not exceeding
$1,300,000.
    (c) 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 $2,000,000.
    (d)   For   the   Department   of   Education:
Grants-in-aid  to  assist   targeted   local   and
regional   school   districts   for   alterations,
repairs,  and  improvements   to   buildings   and
grounds, not exceeding $12,500,000.
    (e)  For  Connecticut   Public   Broadcasting,
Incorporated:
    (1)    Construction    and    equipment    for
instructional  television  fixed  service  system,
including interconnection with state agencies, not
exceeding $1,550,000;
    (2)   Expansion   and   improvement   of   all
production  facilities and  transmission  systems,
including  all  equipment  and  related  technical
upgrades   necessary   to   convert   to   digital
television broadcasting, not exceeding $3,770,000.
    Sec. 10. 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 8 to
15, 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  8  to  15,
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.  11.  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. 12. For the purposes of sections 8 to 15,
inclusive, of this  act,  "state moneys" means the
proceeds of the  sale of bonds authorized pursuant
to  said  sections  8  to  15,  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 11 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 11, 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 8 to  15, 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  State Treasurer to meet the
principal of outstanding  bonds issued pursuant to
said sections 8  to  15, 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 8  to 15, 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 8 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  State  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.  13.  Said   bonds   issued  pursuant  to
sections 8 to  15, 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  State  Treasurer  shall pay
such principal and  interest  as  the  same become
due.
    Sec. 14. In  accordance with section 9 of this
act  the  state,   through   the   Departments  of
Environmental   Protection,  Mental   Health   and
Addiction Services and  Social  Services  and  the
Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Incorporated, may
provide grants-in-aid and  other  financing  to or
for the agencies  for the purposes and projects as
described in said  section  9. 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. 15. In  the case of any grant-in-aid made
pursuant  to  subsections  (a),  (b)  and  (c)  of
section 9 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. 16. Section  3  of  special  act 78-68 is
amended to read as follows:
    The State Bond  Commission  shall  have power,
from time to  time  to  authorize  the issuance of
bonds of the  state  in  one or more series and in
principal amounts not  exceeding  in the aggregate
[six]  FIVE  million   NINE   HUNDRED  NINETY-NINE
THOUSAND  NINE HUNDRED  FORTY-EIGHT  dollars,  the
proceeds  of  which   shall   be   used   by   the
Commissioner of [Administrative  Services]  PUBLIC
WORKS for the  acquisition  of  the  property  and
buildings of the  Hartford Seminary Foundation, as
provided in section  1  of  [this act] SPECIAL ACT
78-68,   and  for   necessary   modification   and
renovation  of said  buildings  for  the  purposes
stated in section  2 [this act] SPECIAL ACT 78-68.
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 section are hereby adopted
and shall apply  to  all  bonds  authorized by the
State Bond Commission  pursuant  to  this section,
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.  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   or   on   behalf  of  the
Commissioner of [Administrative  Services]  PUBLIC
WORKS and states such terms and conditions as said
commission, in its  discretion,  may require. Said
bonds issued pursuant  to  this  section  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  STATE  Treasurer  shall pay
such principal and  interest  as  the  same become
due.
    Sec. 17. Subsection (a) of section 2 of public
act 82-1 of  the  June special session, as amended
by section 211  of  special  act 83-17 of the June
special session, section 145 of special act 84-54,
section 262 of  special  act  87-77, section 56 of
special act 92-3  of  the  May special session and
section 38 of  public  act 94-2 of the May special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    (a) For the  state and local shares of federal
public assistance under  the Presidential Disaster
Declaration of June  14,  1982,  or any amendments
thereto, and for  amounts equivalent to such state
and local shares  in the case of property, damaged
or  destroyed  by   flood   waters   and   related
occurrences from June  4,  1982,  to June 7, 1982,
inclusive, which is not located within the area of
the state to  which  said presidential Declaration
is  applicable  and   for  1987  flood  damage  in
accordance with subsection  (b)  of  this section,
and for grants-in-aid  through  the [Department of
Public Health and  Addiction  Services] DEPARTMENT
OF PUBLIC HEALTH,  to community health centers and
primary care organizations  for  the  purchase  of
equipment, renovations, improvements and expansion
of facilities, including  the  acquisition of land
or buildings, not  exceeding  three  million eight
hundred  [ninety-six]  NINETY-FIVE  thousand  [six
hundred seventy] dollars.  Any  recipient  of  any
funds for any property not located within the area
of   the  state   to   which   said   presidential
Declaration  is  applicable   shall  expend  funds
received from the  state  to  perform  all  or any
portion of projects approved on the state's damage
survey reports.
    Sec. 18. Section  32  of  special act 83-17 of
the June special session is repealed.
    Sec. 19. Subsection (a) of section 3 of public
act  83-549  is  repealed  and  the  following  is
substituted in lieu thereof:
    (a) For the  purposes  described in subsection
(b), the State  Bond  Commission  shall  have  the
power, from time to time to authorize the issuance
of bonds of the state in one or more series and in
principal amounts not  exceeding  in the aggregate
[twenty]  ELEVEN  thousand   NINE   HUNDRED  FIFTY
dollars.
    Sec. 20. 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, section 72 of
special act 93-2  of  the  June  special  session,
section 51 of  public  act 94-2 of the May special
session and section  47 of special act 97-1 of the
June 5 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]
EIGHTY-FIVE  million  [nine   hundred  eighty-two]
NINETY-EIGHT   thousand   [nine]   THREE   hundred
[eighty-six] THIRTY dollars.
    Sec. 21. 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, section  44 of special act 95-20,
section 8 of  public  act 96-181 and section 58 of
special act 97-1 of the June 5 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 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
thirty-seven  million [six]  FIVE  hundred  [four]
TWENTY-ONE thousand five dollars.
    Sec. 22. 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, section 69
of public act  94-2  of  the  May special session,
section 18 of  public act 96-181 and section 81 of
special act 97-1 of the June 5 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    three    hundred
[ninety-nine] NINETY-EIGHT million  [three hundred
ninety-three] FIFTY-EIGHT thousand [three hundred]
eighty-nine dollars.
    Sec. 23. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (k) of
section 2 of  special  act  89-52,  as  amended by
section 259 of  special  act 90-34, section 108 of
special act 93-2  of  the June special session and
section 88 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session, 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 [five] TWO  hundred ninety-five thousand
dollars.
    Sec. 24. Section  39  of special act 89-52, as
amended by section  1  of  special  act  93-21, is
amended to read as follows:
    (a) For the  purposes  described in subsection
(b) of this  section,  the  State  Bond Commission
shall  have  the  power,  from  time  to  time  to
authorize the issuance  of  bonds  of the state in
one or more  series  and  in principal amounts not
exceeding  in  the   aggregate   eighteen  million
dollars.
    (b) The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, to
the extent of  the amount stated in subsection (a)
of this section,  shall  be used by the Department
of Education for  grants  to  the town and city of
Hartford for the  purpose  of  a  school  building
project for a facility for the Montessori Building
Blocks  Magnet  School   in  accordance  with  the
provisions of section  40 of special act 89-52, as
amended  by section  288  of  special  act  90-34,
section 8 of  public  act 91-5 of the June special
session and section  2  of  [this act] SPECIAL ACT
93-21, OR FOR STATE SITE REMEDIATION OF A SITE FOR
SUCH SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECT.
    (c) 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  section  are hereby
adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by
the  State  Bond   Commission   pursuant  to  this
section, 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.  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  or on behalf of the Secretary
of the Office  of Policy and Management and states
such terms and  conditions  as said commission, in
its discretion, may  require.  Said  bonds  issued
pursuant  to  this   section   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
STATE  Treasurer  shall  pay  such  principal  and
interest as the same become due.
    Sec. 25. Subdivision  (5) of subsection (d) of
section 23 of  special  act  90-34,  as amended by
section 56 of  special act 95-20 and section 26 of
public act 96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    Grant-in-aid to the  town of East Hartford for
the purchase of land for open space, not exceeding
$2,000,000, $750,000 of  which  shall  be used for
acquisition of land  for  downtown  revitalization
AND FOR DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT.
    Sec. 26. Subdivision (30) of subsection (d) of
section 23 of  special  act  90-34,  as amended by
section 181 of  public act 94-2 of the May special
session and section  31  of  public act 96-181, is
amended to read as follows:
    Grant-in-aid to the  town and city of Hartford
for  an  environmental  educational  facility  and
related improvements adjacent  to  the Mary Hooker
School in the Charter Oak-Zion section of Hartford
AND/OR  AN  ENVIRONMENTAL   LEARNING   CENTER  AND
RECREATION  AREA  IN  THE  NEIGHBORHOOD  OF  MARIA
SANCHEZ   SCHOOL  IN   HARTFORD,   not   exceeding
$250,000.
    Sec. 27. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (g) of
section 23 of  special  act  90-34,  as amended by
section  156 of  special  act  93-2  of  the  June
special session, is amended to read as follows:
    Grant-in-aid  to  [the   South   Green  Health
Clinic, Inc. in  Hartford  for  expansion  of  its
facilities]   COMMUNITY   HEALTH    CENTERS    FOR
ACQUISITION  OF  SPACE  AND/OR  IMPROVEMENTS,  not
exceeding $2,500,000.
    Sec. 28. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (m) of
section 23 of  special  act  90-34,  as amended by
section 118 of  special  act  97-1  of  the June 5
special session, 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   [$3,330,000]
$3,300,000.
    Sec. 29. Subdivision  (5) of subsection (j) of
section 2 of  special act 91-7 of the June special
session, as amended  by section 169 of special act
93-2 of the  June  special session and section 108
of public act  94-2 of the May special session, is
amended to read as follows:
    [Greater Hartford Community  College]  CAPITAL
COMMUNITY-TECHNICAL COLLEGE:
    (A) [Planning and  design  for renovations and
improvements  to  the   Woodland   Street  campus]
ACQUISITION,  PLANNING, DESIGN,  NEW  CONSTRUCTION
AND RENOVATIONS FOR  CONSOLIDATION OF THE WOODLAND
AND FLATBUSH CAMPUSES, not exceeding $275,000;
    (B) [Alterations, renovations and improvements
to]    ACQUISITION,    PLANNING,    DESIGN,    NEW
CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATIONS  FOR CONSOLIDATION OF
the   Woodland  [Street   campus]   AND   FLATBUSH
CAMPUSES, not exceeding $250,000.
    Sec. 30. Subparagraph (A) of subsection (l) of
section 2 of  special act 91-7 of the June special
session, as amended  by  section 110 of public act
94-2 of the  May special session and section 33 of
public act 96-181, 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   AND   OFF-SITE    IMPROVEMENTS,   not
exceeding $26,500,000.
    Sec. 31. Subparagraph  (A)  of subdivision (2)
of subsection (b)  of  section  13  of special act
91-7 of the  June  special  session, as amended by
section 115 of  public act 94-2 of the May special
session, is amended to read as follows:
    Planning  for the  installation  of  sprinkler
systems in residence  halls  and  alterations  and
improvements  to  Hurley   Hall,   not   exceeding
[$946,000] $850,000.
    Sec. 32. 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, section
36 of public act 96-181 and section 129 of special
act 97-1 of the June 5 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 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 [$321,564,277] $321,562,576.
    Sec. 33. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (r) of
section 2 of  special  act 92-3 of the May special
session, as amended  by section 187 of special act
93-2 of the June special session and section 38 of
public act 96-181, is amended to read as follows:
    For renovation of  a  building  for a training
academy   and   alterations,    renovations    and
improvements   to   buildings,    not    exceeding
[$920,000] $918,299.
    Sec. 34. 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,  section 43 of
public act 96-181  and  section 140 of special act
97-1 of the  June 5 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 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 [$333,317,412] $333,237,412.
    Sec. 35. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (d) of
section 2 of  special act 93-2 of the June special
session is repealed.
    Sec. 36. Section 12 of special act 93-2 of the
June special session, as amended by section 143 of
public  act  94-2  of  the  May  special  session,
section 46 of public act 96-181 and section 145 of
special act 97-1 of the June 5 special session, 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 [$3,200,000] $1,900,000.
    Sec. 37. 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,
section 82 of special act 95-20 and section 168 of
special act 97-1 of the June 5 special session, 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,
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
Economic And Community Development associated with
those programs that are eligible under the general
statutes, not exceeding $35,977,506.
    Sec. 38. 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,  section 62 of
public act 96-181  and  section 173 of special act
97-1 of the  June 5 special session, 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 [$55,620,064] $54,670,064.
    Sec. 39. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (l) of
section 50 of special act 93-2 of the June special
session is repealed.
    Sec. 40. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (l) of
section 50 of special act 93-2 of the June special
session is repealed.
    Sec. 41. Section  16 of public act 94-2 of the
May special session,  as  amended by section 67 of
public act 96-181  and  section 178 of special act
97-1 of the  June 5 special session, 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 [$29,649,600] $29,359,600.
    Sec. 42. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (a) of
section 17 of  public  act 94-2 of the May special
session, as amended  by section 179 of special act
97-1 of the  June 5 special session, is amended to
read as follows:
    Purchase of emission  reduction  credits,  not
exceeding [$500,000] $210,000.
    Sec. 43. Section  1  of  special act 95-20, as
amended by section  70  of  public  act 96-181 and
section 182 of  special  act  97-1  of  the June 5
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 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     [$194,730,498]
$194,728,598.
    Sec. 44. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (l) of
section 2 of  special act 95-20 is amended to read
as follows:
    For  the State  Library:  Library  automation,
including the connection  to the Connecticut State
University computer catalog  and  the  Legislative
Information  Network,  not   exceeding  [$160,000]
$158,100.
    Sec. 45. Subdivision  (7) of subsection (n) of
section 2 of  special act 95-20 is amended to read
as follows:
    Capital Community-Technical College, Hartford:
[Alterations and improvements  for  a consolidated
campus]   ACQUISITION,   PLANNING,   DESIGN,   NEW
CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATIONS  FOR CONSOLIDATION OF
THE WOODLAND AND  FLATBUSH CAMPUSES, not exceeding
$750,000.
    Sec. 46. Section  21  of special act 95-20, as
amended by section  86  of  public  act 96-181 and
section 198 of  special  act  97-1  of  the June 5
special session, 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
[$210,280,930] $210,042,230.
    Sec.  47. Subsection  (e)  of  section  22  of
special act 95-20,  as  amended  by  section 89 of
public act 96-181  and  section 202 of special act
97-1 of the  June 5 special session, is amended to
read as follows:
    For   the  Department   of   Motor   Vehicles:
[Renovations and improvements  to the Headquarters
building,  Wethersfield]  PLANNING,  DESIGN,  LAND
AND/OR   BUILDING  ACQUISITION   CONSTRUCTION   OR
IMPROVEMENTS  TO  DEPARTMENT   OF  MOTOR  VEHICLES
FACILITIES, not exceeding $6,100,000.
    Sec. 48. Subparagraph  (B)  of subdivision (2)
of subsection (o)  of  section  22  of special act
95-20 is amended to read as follows:
    Planning for the  [upgrade  primary electrical
system] INSTALLATION OF  TUNNELS,  AND  UPGRADE OF
UTILITIES INCLUDING THE PRIMARY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM,
STEAM AND CONDENSATE  LINES,  CHILLED  WATER LINES
AND   COMMUNICATION   LINES   and   various   site
improvements associated with  the closure of Wells
Street, not exceeding $545,000.
    Sec. 49. Section  32  of special act 95-20, as
amended by section  96  of  public  act 96-181 and
section 208 of  special  act  97-1  of  the June 5
special session, 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
[$32,670,000] $27,000,000.
    Sec. 50. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (b) of
section 33 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec. 51. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (i) of
section 33 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec. 52. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (i) of
section 33 of special act 95-20 is repealed.
    Sec.  53. Subsection  (a)  of  section  42  of
special act 95-20 is amended to read as follows:
    For the purposes  described  in subsection (b)
of this section,  the  State Bond Commission shall
have the power,  from  time  to time to authorized
the issuance of  bonds of the state in one or more
series and in  principal  amounts not exceeding in
the aggregate ten  million  [four]  THREE  hundred
NINETY-NINE  thousand  NINE   HUNDRED   SIXTY-NINE
dollars provided eight  million  dollars  of  said
authorization shall be effective July 1, 1996.
    Sec. 54. Subsection (c) of section 2 of public
act 96-181, as  amended  by section 215 of special
act 97-1 of the June 5 special session, is amended
to read as follows:
    For  The  University   of  Connecticut  Health
Center:   Alterations   and    improvements    [to
multidiscipline  laboratories]  FOR  ACADEMIC  AND
RESEARCH PROGRAMS, not exceeding $1,938,700.
    Sec. 55. Section  1 of special act 97-1 of the
June 5 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 [this  act]  SPECIAL ACT 97-1 OF THE
JUNE 5 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     [$202,256,000]
$200,141,930.
    Sec.  56.  Subsection  (a)  of  section  2  of
special act 97-1  of the June 5 special session is
amended to read as follows:
    For the Office  of the Secretary of the State:
Development  and  implementation   of   state-wide
automated voter registration  system  AND  FOR THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE  CAMPAIGN FINANCE FILING AND
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, not exceeding $900,000.
    Sec. 57. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (b) of
section 2 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June  5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 58. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (l) of
section 2 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June  5
special session is amended to read as follows:
    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] $2,985,930.
    Sec. 59. Subparagraph  (D)  of subdivision (4)
of subsection (m) of section 2 of special act 97-1
of the June  5  special session is amended to read
as follows:
    Acquisition of [a  building  and  planning for
renovations for use  as]  PROPERTY AND DEVELOPMENT
OF  a  learning  resource  center,  not  exceeding
$500,000.
    Sec. 60. Subparagraph  (B)  of subdivision (5)
of subsection (m) of section 2 of special act 97-1
of the June  5  special session is amended to read
as follows:
    [Closure] VARIOUS SITE IMPROVEMENTS ASSOCIATED
WITH  THE  CLOSURE  of  Wells  Street,  [including
relocation] INSTALLATION OF TUNNELS AND UPGRADE of
utilities,  [in  order   to  create  a  pedestrian
walkway] INCLUDING THE  PRIMARY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM,
STEAM AND CONDENSATE  LINES,  CHILLED  WATER LINES
AND COMMUNICATION LINES, not exceeding $2,350,000.
    Sec. 61. Subdivision  (3) of subsection (p) of
section 2 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June  5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 62. Subdivision  (5) of subsection (p) of
section 2 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June  5
special session is amended to read as follows:
    [Planning] ACQUISITION AND RELATED COSTS for a
new criminal court  facility, including parking in
New Haven, not exceeding $2,000,000.
    Sec. 63. Section 12 of special act 97-1 of the
June 5 special  session  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    The State Bond Commission shall have power, in
accordance with the  provisions  of sections 12 to
19, inclusive, of  [this  act] SPECIAL ACT 97-1 OF
THE JUNE 5  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     [$53,563,000]
$52,363,000.
    Sec. 64. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (k) of
section 13 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 65. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (k) of
section 13 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 66. Section 20 of special act 97-1 of the
June 5 special  session  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    The State Bond Commission shall have power, in
accordance with the  provisions  of sections 20 to
26, inclusive, of  [this  act] SPECIAL ACT 97-1 OF
THE JUNE 5  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     [$160,334,000]
$154,129,000.
    Sec.  67. Subsection  (a)  of  section  21  of
special act 97-1  of the June 5 special session is
amended to read as follows:
    For the Office  of the Secretary of the State:
Development  and  implementation   of   state-wide
automated Voter Registration  system  AND  FOR THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE  CAMPAIGN FINANCE FILING AND
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, not exceeding $750,000.
    Sec. 68. Subdivision  (1) of subsection (i) of
section 21 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 69. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (i) of
section 21 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 70. Subdivision  (3) of subsection (i) of
section 21 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is repealed.
    Sec. 71. Subdivision  (5) of subsection (k) of
section 21 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is amended to read as follows:
    At   Capital   Community-Technical    College:
[Relocation of instructional  and academic support
functions from the  Flatbush  Avenue Campus to the
Woodland  Street  Campus]  DEVELOPMENT  OF  A  NEW
CONSOLIDATED CAMPUS, INCLUDING  SITE  ACQUISITION,
not exceeding $6,445,000.
    Sec. 72. Subparagraph  (B)  of subdivision (3)
of subsection (l)  of  section  21  of special act
97-1 of the  June  5 special session is amended to
read as follows:
    Alterations  and  improvements  to  utilities,
including steam lines,  storm  water  mains, water
and  tunnel systems,  not  exceeding  [$1,357,000]
$752,000.
    Sec. 73. Subparagraph  (A)  of subdivision (4)
of subsection (l)  of  section  21  of special act
97-1 of the  June  5 special session is amended to
read as follows:
    Alterations, renovations and  improvements  to
facilities,   including   fire,   safety,   energy
conservation and code  compliance,  not  exceeding
[$1,429,000] $1,329,000.
    Sec.  74. Subsection  (m)  of  section  21  of
special act 97-1  of the June 5 special session is
amended to read as follows:
    For the Department  of  Children and Families:
Alterations,  renovations  and   improvements   to
buildings and grounds, including the completion of
the  development of  the  [State  Receiving  Home}
CHILDREN'S  PLACE,  East  Windsor,  not  exceeding
$2,000,000.
    Sec. 75. Section 27 of special act 97-1 of the
June 5 special  session  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    The State Bond Commission shall have power, in
accordance with the  provisions  of sections 27 to
30, inclusive, of  [this  act] SPECIAL ACT 97-1 OF
THE JUNE 5  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     [$15,000,000]
$20,000,000.
    Sec. 76. Section 28 of special act 97-1 of the
June 5 special  session  is  amended  to  read  as
follows:
    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] $20,000,000.
    Sec.  77. Subsection  (e)  of  section  32  of
special act 97-1  of the June 5 special session is
amended to read as follows:
    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] $4,000,000 of  the  total for Bridgeport,
Hartford,  [and] New  Haven  AND  WATERBURY),  not
exceeding $10,000,000.
    Sec. 78. Subdivision  (2) of subsection (h) of
section 32 of  special  act  97-1  of  the  June 5
special session is amended to read as follows:
    [Equipment upgrades for  Advanced  Television,
including transmitters and  conversion  to digital
studio,  including  processing   and  transmission
equipment]  EXPANSION  AND   IMPROVEMENT   OF  ALL
PRODUCTION  FACILITIES AND  TRANSMISSION  SYSTEMS,
INCLUDING  ALL  EQUIPMENT  AND  RELATED  TECHNICAL
UPGRADES   NECESSARY   TO   CONVERT   TO   DIGITAL
TELEVISION BROADCASTING, not exceeding $600,000.
    Sec. 79. This  act  shall  take effect July 1,
1998.

Approved June 8, 1998