Connecticut Seal

General Assembly

File No. 582

    February Session, 2008

Substitute House Bill No. 5600

House of Representatives, April 11, 2008

The Committee on Public Safety and Security reported through REP. DARGAN of the 115th Dist., Chairperson of the Committee on the part of the House, that the substitute bill ought to pass.

This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:

Section 1

October 1, 2008

22a-200

Sec. 2

October 1, 2008

22a-200a

Sec. 3

October 1, 2008

22a-200b

Sec. 4

October 1, 2008

22a-200c

Sec. 5

October 1, 2008

New section

Sec. 6

October 1, 2008

New section

Sec. 7

October 1, 2008

22a-1b

Sec. 8

October 1, 2008

29-256a

Sec. 9

from passage

New section

PS

Joint Favorable Subst.

 

Agency Affected

Fund-Effect

FY 09 $

FY 10 $

Department of Environmental Protection

EQ - Cost

601,250

799,500

Department of Environmental Protection

EQ - Revenue Gain

Potential $1.5M-$3.3M

Potential $1.5M-$3.3M

Treasurer, Debt Serv.

GF - Potential Cost

See Below

See Below

Treasurer, Debt Serv.

TF - Potential Cost

See Below

See Below

Dept. of Administrative Services

GF - Cost

None

70,300

Various State Agencies

GF - Cost

See Below

See Below

Department of Transportation

GF - Cost

See Below

See Below

Various State Agencies

Various - Cost

Potential Significant

Potential Significant

Policy & Mgmt., Off.

GF - Cost

720,000

741,600

Comptroller Misc. Accounts (Fringe Benefits)1

GF - Cost

182,592

464,800

Municipalities

Effect

FY 09 $

FY 10 $

All Municipalities

Cost

Uncertain

Uncertain

Yea

18

Nay

6

(03/07/2008)

Yea

15

Nay

7

(04/03/2008)

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1 The fringe benefit costs for state employees are budgeted centrally in the Miscellaneous Accounts administered by the Comptroller. The first year fringe benefit costs for new positions do not include pension costs. The estimated first year fringe benefit rate as a percentage of payroll is 25.36%. The state's pension contribution is based upon the prior year's certification by the actuary for the State Employees Retirement System (SERS). The SERS fringe benefit rate is 33.27%, which when combined with the rate for non-pension fringe benefits totals 58.63%.