Connecticut Seal

General Assembly

Amendment

 

February Session, 2010

LCO No. 5742

   
 

*SB0049405742HRO*

Offered by:

 

REP. CAFERO, 142nd Dist.

REP. HAMZY, 78th Dist.

REP. KLARIDES, 114th Dist.

 

To: Senate Bill No. 494

File No.

Cal. No.

Strike everything after the enacting clause and substitute the following in lieu thereof:

"Section 1. Section 11 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by sections 3 and 20 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, section 58 of public act 09-6 of the September special session, section 9 of public act 09-1 of the December special session and section 1 of public act 10-3, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1

GENERAL FUND

   

T2

 

2010- 2011

 

T3

     

T4

 

$

 

T5

     

T6

     

T7

LEGISLATIVE

   

T8

     

T9

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

   

T10

Personal Services

46,413,050

 

T11

Other Expenses

[16,264,317]

16,675,317

T12

Equipment

983,000

 

T13

Flag Restoration

50,000

 

T14

Minor Capital Improvements

[825,000]

288,123

T15

Interim Salary/Caucus Offices

461,000

 

T16

Redistricting

400,000

 

T17

Connecticut Academy of Science and

   

T18

Engineering

100,000

 

T19

Old State House

583,400

 

T20

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T21

GOVERNMENTS

   

T22

Interstate Conference Fund

378,235

 

T23

AGENCY TOTAL

[66,458,002]

66,332,125

T24

     

T25

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

   

T26

Personal Services

12,569,724

 

T27

Other Expenses

806,647

 

T28

Equipment

50,000

 

T29

AGENCY TOTAL

13,426,371

 

T30

     

T31

COMMISSION ON AGING

   

T32

Personal Services

216,207

 

T33

Other Expenses

39,864

 

T34

AGENCY TOTAL

256,071

 

T35

     

T36

PERMANENT COMMISSION ON THE

   

T37

STATUS OF WOMEN

   

T38

Personal Services

389,217

 

T39

Other Expenses

116,203

 

T40

AGENCY TOTAL

505,420

 

T41

     

T42

COMMISSION ON CHILDREN

   

T43

Personal Services

457,745

 

T44

Other Expenses

72,675

 

T45

AGENCY TOTAL

530,420

 

T46

     

T47

LATINO AND PUERTO RICAN AFFAIRS

   

T48

COMMISSION

   

T49

Personal Services

280,797

 

T50

Other Expenses

38,994

 

T51

AGENCY TOTAL

319,791

 

T52

     

T53

AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS

   

T54

COMMISSION

   

T55

Personal Services

184,780

 

T56

Other Expenses

27,456

 

T57

AGENCY TOTAL

212,236

 

T58

     

T59

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS

   

T60

COMMISSION

   

T61

Personal Services

49,810

 

T62

Other Expenses

2,500

 

T63

AGENCY TOTAL

52,310

 

T64

     

T65

TOTAL

[81,760,621]

81,634,744

T66

LEGISLATIVE

   

T67

     

T68

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T69

     

T70

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

   

T71

Personal Services

[2,613,859]

2,550,232

T72

Other Expenses

[236,995]

134,660

T73

Equipment

1

 

T74

Transition Expenses

 

100,000

T75

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T76

GOVERNMENTS

   

T77

[New England Governors' Conference

100,692]

 

T78

[National Governors' Association

119,900]

 

T79

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,071,447]

2,784,893

T80

     

T81

SECRETARY OF THE STATE

   

T82

Personal Services

[1,459,000]

1,490,007

T83

Other Expenses

[843,884]

645,041

T84

Equipment

1

 

T85

Commercial Recording Division

[7,825,000]

5,993,248

T86

AGENCY TOTAL

[10,127,885]

8,128,297

T87

     

T88

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

   

T89

Personal Services

[441,000]

431,017

T90

Other Expenses

[87,054]

72,849

T91

Equipment

1

 

T92

AGENCY TOTAL

[528,055]

503,867

T93

     

T94

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT

   

T95

COMMISSION

   

T96

Personal Services

[1,632,885]

1,490,556

T97

Other Expenses

326,396

 

T98

[Citizens' Election Fund Admin

3,200,000]

 

T99

AGENCY TOTAL

[5,159,281]

1,816,952

T100

     

T101

OFFICE OF STATE ETHICS

   

T102

Personal Services

[1,600,359]

1,476,383

T103

Other Expenses

245,796

 

T104

Equipment

15,000

 

T105

Judge Trial Referee Fees

20,000

 

T106

Reserve for Attorney Fees

26,129

 

T107

Information Technology Initiatives

50,000

 

T108

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,957,284]

1,833,308

T109

     

T110

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION

   

T111

COMMISSION

   

T112

Personal Services

[2,051,870]

2,009,938

T113

Other Expenses

248,445

 

T114

Equipment

48,500

 

T115

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,348,815]

2,306,883

T116

     

T117

JUDICIAL SELECTION COMMISSION

   

T118

Personal Services

[72,072]

69,676

T119

Other Expenses

[18,375]

17,456

T120

Equipment

[6]

1

T121

AGENCY TOTAL

[90,453]

87,133

T122

     

T123

CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD

   

T124

[Personal Services

600,000]

 

T125

Other Expenses

[350,000]

10,000

T126

Equipment

[100]

1

T127

AGENCY TOTAL

[950,100]

10,001

T128

     

T129

STATE TREASURER

   

T130

Personal Services

[4,160,240]

3,717,414

T131

Other Expenses

[282,836]

273,656

T132

Equipment

[6]

1

T133

AGENCY TOTAL

[4,443,082]

3,991,071

T134

     

T135

STATE COMPTROLLER

   

T136

Personal Services

[22,603,086]

21,215,407

T137

Other Expenses

[5,129,692]

4,492,000

T138

Equipment

1

 

T139

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T140

GOVERNMENTS

   

T141

Governmental Accounting Standards Board

[19,570]

18,591

T142

AGENCY TOTAL

[27,752,349]

25,725,999

T143

     

T144

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SERVICES

   

T145

Personal Services

[64,705,383]

58,073,874

T146

Other Expenses

[9,730,972]

8,727,651

T147

Equipment

1

 

T148

Collection and Litigation Contingency Fund

204,479

 

T149

AGENCY TOTAL

[74,640,835]

67,006,005

T150

     

T151

DIVISION OF SPECIAL REVENUE

   

T152

Personal Services

[5,447,699]

4,511,173

T153

Other Expenses

[1,014,445]

1,091,442

T154

Equipment

1

 

T155

Gaming Policy Board

2,758

 

T156

AGENCY TOTAL

[6,464,903]

5,605,374

T157

     

T158

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

   

T159

Personal Services

[14,713,974]

12,234,375

T160

Other Expenses

[2,768,297]

2,636,252

T161

Equipment

[100]

1

T162

Automated Budget System and Data Base

   

T163

Link

[59,780]

55,075

T164

Leadership, Education, Athletics in

   

T165

Partnership (LEAP)

850,000

 

T166

Cash Management Improvement Act

[100]

95

T167

Justice Assistance Grants

[2,027,750]

1,129,572

T168

Neighborhood Youth Centers

[1,487,000]

743,500

T169

Water Planning Council

[110,000]

104,500

T170

Connecticut Impaired Driving Records

   

T171

Information System

[950,000]

902,857

T172

Regional Planning Agencies

 

199,900

T173

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T174

GOVERNMENTS

   

T175

Tax Relief for Elderly Renters

24,000,000

 

T176

Regional Planning Agencies

[200,000]

100

T177

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T178

Reimbursement Property Tax - Disability

   

T179

Exemption

400,000

 

T180

Distressed Municipalities

7,800,000

 

T181

Property Tax Relief Elderly Circuit Breaker

20,505,899

 

T182

Property Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program

560,000

 

T183

Property Tax Relief for Veterans

2,970,099

 

T184

P. I. L. O. T. - New Manufacturing Machinery

   

T185

and Equipment

[52,895,199]

57,348,215

T186

Capital City Economic Development

[6,050,000]

5,850,000

T187

AGENCY TOTAL

[138,348,198]

139,033,940

T188

     

T189

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

   

T190

Personal Services

[25,195,059]

23,621,043

T191

Other Expenses

[6,970,217]

6,961,795

T192

Equipment

1

 

T193

Support Services for Veterans

190,000

 

T194

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T195

GOVERNMENTS

   

T196

Burial Expenses

7,200

 

T197

Headstones

370,000

 

T198

AGENCY TOTAL

[32,732,477]

31,150,039

T199

     

T200

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE

   

T201

COMPETITIVENESS

   

T202

Personal Services

[431,474]

286,190

T203

Other Expenses

[100,000]

78,782

T204

CETC Workforce

1,000,000

 

T205

Job Funnels Projects

500,000

 

T206

Nanotechnology Study

[150,000]

140,000

T207

Spanish-American Merchants Association

[570,000]

285,000

T208

SBIR Matching Grants

112,500

 

T209

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,863,974]

2,402,472

T210

     

T211

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

   

T212

Personal Services

[345,306]

336,533

T213

Other Expenses

[77,863]

25,997

T214

AGENCY TOTAL

[423,169]

362,530

T215

     

T216

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

   

T217

SERVICES

   

T218

Personal Services

[22,975,752]

20,629,529

T219

Other Expenses

[14,613,840]

14,601,570

T220

Equipment

[-99]

1

T221

Loss Control Risk Management

[179,497]

143,051

T222

Employees' Review Board

25,135

 

T223

Surety Bonds for State Officials and

   

T224

Employees

74,400

 

T225

Refunds of Collections

28,500

 

T226

W. C. Administrator

[5,213,554]

5,250,000

T227

Hospital Billing System

[114,950]

48,535

T228

Claims Commissioner Operations

[-17,169]

326,208

T229

[Properties Review Board Operations

454,161]

 

T230

AGENCY TOTAL

[44,005,898]

41,126,929

T231

     

T232

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION

   

T233

TECHNOLOGY

   

T234

Personal Services

[8,270,961]

7,295,800

T235

Other Expenses

[6,648,090]

6,181,680

T236

Equipment

1

 

T237

Connecticut Education Network

4,003,401

 

T238

Internet and E-Mail Services

[5,000,000]

4,995,784

T239

Statewide Information Technology Services

[23,200,000]

20,116,483

T240

AGENCY TOTAL

[47,122,453]

42,593,149

T241

     

T242

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

   

T243

Personal Services

[7,590,198]

6,525,879

T244

Other Expenses

[26,911,416]

26,881,370

T245

Equipment

1

 

T246

Management Services

3,836,508

 

T247

Rents and Moving

11,225,596

 

T248

Capitol Day Care Center

127,250

 

T249

Facilities Design Expenses

4,744,945

 

T250

AGENCY TOTAL

[54,435,914]

53,341,549

T251

     

T252

ATTORNEY GENERAL

   

T253

Personal Services

[30,519,013]

28,103,641

T254

Other Expenses

[1,027,637]

1,019,272

T255

Equipment

1

 

T256

AGENCY TOTAL

[31,546,651]

29,122,914

T257

     

T258

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

   

T259

Personal Services

[48,564,021]

44,406,213

T260

Other Expenses

[2,243,902]

2,236,301

T261

Equipment

1

 

T262

Witness Protection

338,247

 

T263

Training and Education

[109,687]

53,058

T264

Expert Witnesses

198,643

 

T265

Medicaid Fraud Control

767,282

 

T266

Criminal Justice Commission

[650]

617

T267

AGENCY TOTAL

[52,222,433]

48,000,362

T268

     

T269

TOTAL

[541,235,656]

506,933,667

T270

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T271

     

T272

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T273

     

T274

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

   

T275

Personal Services

[129,818,773]

117,422,579

T276

Other Expenses

[30,368,119]

27,871,152

T277

Equipment

[100]

1

T278

Stress Reduction

23,354

 

T279

Fleet Purchase

[7,035,596]

6,912,132

T280

Workers' Compensation Claims

[3,438,787]

5,138,787

T281

COLLECT

48,925

 

T282

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T283

GOVERNMENTS

   

T284

Civil Air Patrol

[1,746]

33,174

T285

AGENCY TOTAL

[170,735,400]

157,450,104

T286

     

T287

POLICE OFFICER STANDARDS AND

   

T288

TRAINING COUNCIL

   

T289

Personal Services

[2,101,436]

1,695,455

T290

Other Expenses

[993,398]

992,352

T291

Equipment

1

 

T292

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,094,835]

2,687,808

T293

     

T294

[BOARD OF FIREARMS PERMIT

   

T295

EXAMINERS]

   

T296

[Personal Services

73,536]

 

T297

[Other Expenses

8,971]

 

T298

[Equipment

1]

 

T299

[AGENCY TOTAL]

[82,508]

 

T300

     

T301

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

   

T302

Personal Services

 

274,449

T303

Other Expenses

 

216,404

T304

AGENCY TOTAL

 

490,853

T305

     

T306

MILITARY DEPARTMENT

   

T307

Personal Services

[3,450,246]

3,167,505

T308

Other Expenses

[2,744,995]

2,728,556

T309

Equipment

1

 

T310

Firing Squads

319,500

 

T311

Veteran's Service Bonuses

306,000

 

T312

AGENCY TOTAL

[6,820,742]

6,521,562

T313

     

T314

COMMISSION ON FIRE PREVENTION

   

T315

AND CONTROL

   

T316

Personal Services

[1,683,823]

1,668,322

T317

Other Expenses

[715,288]

713,102

T318

Equipment

1

 

T319

Firefighter Training I

[295,250]

353,674

T320

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T321

GOVERNMENTS

   

T322

Fire Training School - Willimantic

161,798

 

T323

Fire Training School - Torrington

81,367

 

T324

Fire Training School - New Haven

48,364

 

T325

Fire Training School - Derby

37,139

 

T326

Fire Training School - Wolcott

100,162

 

T327

Fire Training School - Fairfield

70,395

 

T328

Fire Training School - Hartford

169,336

 

T329

Fire Training School - Middletown

59,053

 

T330

Payments to Volunteer Fire Companies

[105,000]

195,000

T331

Fire Training School - Stamford

55,432

 

T332

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,582,408]

3,713,145

T333

     

T334

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER

   

T335

PROTECTION

   

T336

Personal Services

[10,932,757]

9,843,837

T337

Other Expenses

[1,233,373]

1,154,914

T338

Equipment

1

 

T339

AGENCY TOTAL

[12,166,131]

10,998,752

T340

     

T341

LABOR DEPARTMENT

   

T342

Personal Services

[8,748,706]

7,774,679

T343

Other Expenses

[750,000]

474,711

T344

Equipment

1

 

T345

Workforce Investment Act

30,454,160

 

T346

Connecticut's Youth Employment Program

3,500,000

 

T347

Jobs First Employment Services

17,557,963

 

T348

Opportunity Industrial Centers

500,000

 

T349

[Individual Development Accounts

50,000]

 

T350

STRIDE

270,000

 

T351

Apprenticeship Program

500,000

 

T352

Connecticut Career Resource Network

150,363

 

T353

21st Century Jobs

450,000

 

T354

Incumbent Worker Training

450,000

 

T355

STRIVE

270,000

 

T356

AGENCY TOTAL

[63,651,193]

62,351,877

T357

     

T358

OFFICE OF THE VICTIM ADVOCATE

   

T359

Personal Services

[265,374]

288,762

T360

Other Expenses

[40,020]

39,752

T361

Equipment

[6]

1

T362

AGENCY TOTAL

[305,400]

328,515

T363

     

T364

COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND

   

T365

OPPORTUNITIES

   

T366

Personal Services

5,789,994

 

T367

Other Expenses

[663,076]

436,133

T368

Equipment

1

 

T369

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission

6,650

 

T370

AGENCY TOTAL

[6,459,721]

6,232,778

T371

     

T372

OFFICE OF PROTECTION AND

   

T373

ADVOCACY FOR PERSONS WITH

   

T374

DISABILITIES

   

T375

Personal Services

[2,292,590]

2,258,397

T376

Other Expenses

[369,483]

353,174

T377

Equipment

[100]

1

T378

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,662,173]

2,611,572

T379

     

T380

OFFICE OF THE CHILD ADVOCATE

   

T381

Personal Services

645,160

 

T382

Other Expenses

162,016

 

T383

Equipment

1

 

T384

Child Fatality Review Panel

95,010

 

T385

AGENCY TOTAL

902,187

 

T386

     

T387

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY

   

T388

MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND

   

T389

SECURITY

   

T390

Personal Services

[3,407,563]

3,154,353

T391

Other Expenses

[854,460]

630,168

T392

Equipment

1

 

T393

AGENCY TOTAL

[4,262,024]

3,784,522

T394

     

T395

TOTAL

[274,724,722]

258,073,675

T396

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T397

     

T398

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T399

     

T400

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

   

T401

Personal Services

[3,930,000]

3,510,657

T402

Other Expenses

[400,000]

259,493

T403

Equipment

[1]

60,001

T404

Vibrio Bacterium Program

[100]

1

T405

Senior Food Vouchers

300,000

 

T406

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T407

GOVERNMENTS

   

T408

WIC Program for Fresh Produce for Seniors

104,500

 

T409

Collection of Agricultural Statistics

[1,080]

1,026

T410

Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity

900

 

T411

Fair Testing

[4,040]

5,040

T412

Connecticut Grown Product Promotion

[10,000]

15,000

T413

WIC Coupon Program for Fresh Produce

[184,090]

129,064

T414

AGENCY TOTAL

[4,934,711]

4,385,682

T415

     

T416

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL

   

T417

PROTECTION

   

T418

Personal Services

[34,410,000]

33,802,495

T419

Other Expenses

[3,468,259]

2,735,398

T420

Equipment

[100]

1

T421

Stream Gaging

202,355

 

T422

Mosquito Control

[300,000]

285,000

T423

State Superfund Site Maintenance

[371,450]

278,389

T424

Laboratory Fees

[248,289]

235,875

T425

Dam Maintenance

[128,067]

121,443

T426

Councils, Districts and ERTs Land Use

[550,000]

400,000

T427

Emergency Spill Response Account

10,591,753

 

T428

Solid Waste Management Account

[2,832,429]

2,690,808

T429

Underground Storage Tank Account

3,156,104

 

T430

Clean Air Account

[4,907,534]

4,662,379

T431

Environmental Conservation Account

[7,969,509]

7,974,509

T432

Environmental Quality Fees Account

9,472,114

 

T433

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T434

GOVERNMENTS

   

T435

[Agreement USGS-Geological Investigation

47,000]

 

T436

Agreement USGS - Hydrological Study

157,632

 

T437

New England Interstate Water Pollution

   

T438

Commission

8,400

 

T439

Northeast Interstate Forest Fire Compact

2,040

 

T440

Connecticut River Valley Flood Control

   

T441

Commission

40,200

 

T442

Thames River Valley Flood Control

   

T443

Commission

48,281

 

T444

Agreement USGS-Water Quality Stream

   

T445

Monitoring

218,428

 

T446

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T447

Lobster Restoration

200,000

 

T448

AGENCY TOTAL

[79,329,944]

77,283,604

T449

     

T450

COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL

   

T451

QUALITY

   

T452

Personal Services

[163,355]

160,075

T453

Other Expenses

[5,602]

3,634

T454

Equipment

1

 

T455

AGENCY TOTAL

[168,958]

163,710

T456

     

T457

COMMISSION ON CULTURE AND

   

T458

TOURISM

   

T459

Personal Services

2,726,406

 

T460

Other Expenses

[857,658]

646,860

T461

Equipment

1

 

T462

State-Wide Marketing

1

 

T463

Connecticut Association for the Performing

   

T464

Arts/ Shubert Theater

[406,125]

345,206

T465

Hartford Urban Arts Grant

[406,125]

345,206

T466

New Britain Arts Alliance

[81,225]

69,041

T467

Film Industry Training Program

[250,000]

212,500

T468

Ivoryton Playhouse

47,500

 

T469

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T470

GOVERNMENTS

   

T471

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

 

375,000

T472

Discovery Museum

406,125

 

T473

National Theatre for the Deaf

162,450

 

T474

Culture, Tourism, and Arts Grant

[2,000,000]

1,700,000

T475

CT Trust for Historic Preservation

[225,625]

191,781

T476

Connecticut Science Center

676,250

 

T477

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T478

Greater Hartford Arts Council

[101,531]

86,301

T479

Stamford Center for the Arts

406,125

 

T480

Stepping Stone Child Museum

47,500

 

T481

Maritime Center Authority

570,000

 

T482

Basic Cultural Resources Grant

[1,500,000]

900,000

T483

Tourism Districts

[1,800,000]

1,530,000

T484

Connecticut Humanities Council

[2,256,250]

1,917,813

T485

Amistad Committee for the Freedom Trail

[47,500]

40,375

T486

Amistad Vessel

[406,125]

345,206

T487

New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas

[855,000]

500,000

T488

New Haven Arts Council

[101,531]

86,301

T489

Palace Theater

406,125

 

T490

Beardsley Zoo

380,000

 

T491

Mystic Aquarium

665,000

 

T492

Quinebaug Tourism

[50,000]

42,500

T493

Northwestern Tourism

[50,000]

42,500

T494

Eastern Tourism

[50,000]

42,500

T495

Central Tourism

[50,000]

42,500

T496

Twain/Stowe Homes

[102,600]

87,210

T497

AGENCY TOTAL

[18,090,778]

16,042,283

T498

     

T499

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND

   

T500

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

   

T501

Personal Services

[7,514,161]

6,530,047

T502

Other Expenses

[1,505,188]

971,939

T503

Equipment

1

 

T504

Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors

[598,171]

1,098,171

T505

[Small Business Incubator Program

650,000]

 

T506

Fair Housing

[325,000]

227,500

T507

[CCAT - Energy Application Research

5,000]

 

T508

[Main Street Initiatives

180,000]

 

T509

[Residential Service Coordinators

500,000]

 

T510

Office of Military Affairs

[161,587]

120,508

T511

Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy

237,500

 

T512

Southeast CT Incubator

[250,000]

175,000

T513

Film Industry Training Program

 

237,500

T514

CCAT-CT Manufacturing Supply Chain

400,000

 

T515

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T516

GOVERNMENTS

   

T517

[Entrepreneurial Centers

6,769]

 

T518

Subsidized Assisted Living Demonstration

[2,166,000]

2,068,000

T519

Congregate Facilities Operation Costs

[6,884,547]

6,076,724

T520

Housing Assistance and Counseling Program

[438,500]

383,500

T521

Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy

[2,389,796]

1,644,080

T522

CONNSTEP

[800,000]

760,000

T523

Development Research and Economic

   

T524

Assistance

178,125

 

T525

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T526

Tax Abatement

1,704,890

 

T527

Payment in Lieu of Taxes

2,204,000

 

T528

AGENCY TOTAL

[29,099,235]

25,017,485

T529

     

T530

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

   

T531

Personal Services

[6,170,000]

5,622,224

T532

Other Expenses

923,511

 

T533

Equipment

1

 

T534

Mosquito Control

222,089

 

T535

Wildlife Disease Prevention

83,344

 

T536

AGENCY TOTAL

[7,398,945]

6,851,169

T537

     

T538

TOTAL

[139,022,571]

129,743,933

T539

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T540

     

T541

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

   

T542

     

T543

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

   

T544

Personal Services

[33,709,718]

30,995,510

T545

Other Expenses

[5,549,136]

5,326,574

T546

Equipment

1

 

T547

Needle and Syringe Exchange Program

455,072

 

T548

Children's Health Initiatives

1,481,766

 

T549

Childhood Lead Poisoning

1,098,172

 

T550

AIDS Services

[4,952,598]

3,466,819

T551

Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection and

   

T552

Treatment

2,426,775

 

T553

Services for Children Affected by AIDS

245,029

 

T554

Children with Special Health Care Needs

1,271,627

 

T555

Medicaid Administration

3,782,177

 

T556

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review

315,000

 

T557

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T558

GOVERNMENTS

   

T559

Community Health Services

6,986,052

 

T560

Rape Crisis

439,684

 

T561

X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care

[379,899]

750,000

T562

Genetic Diseases Programs

[877,416]

614,191

T563

Immunization Services

9,044,950

 

T564

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T565

Local and District Departments of Health

4,264,470

 

T566

Venereal Disease Control

[195,210]

172,488

T567

School Based Health Clinics

10,440,646

 

T568

AGENCY TOTAL

[87,915,398]

83,577,003

T569

     

T570

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL

   

T571

EXAMINER

   

T572

Personal Services

[5,247,978]

4,839,356

T573

Other Expenses

[706,703]

706,282

T574

Equipment

4,750

 

T575

Medicolegal Investigations

[100,039]

37,208

T576

AGENCY TOTAL

[6,059,470]

5,587,596

T577

     

T578

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL

   

T579

SERVICES

   

T580

Personal Services

[297,783,572]

267,718,147

T581

Other Expenses

[27,199,636]

26,416,396

T582

Equipment

[100]

1

T583

Human Resource Development

219,790

 

T584

Family Support Grants

3,280,095

 

T585

Cooperative Placements Program

[21,639,755]

20,103,553

T586

Clinical Services

[4,812,372]

4,642,372

T587

Early Intervention

[28,588,242]

37,804,260

T588

Community Temporary Support Services

67,315

 

T589

Community Respite Care Programs

330,345

 

T590

Workers' Compensation Claims

[14,246,035]

16,246,035

T591

Pilot Program for Autism Services

1,525,176

 

T592

Voluntary Services

[30,996,026]

29,464,726

T593

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T594

GOVERNMENTS

   

T595

Rent Subsidy Program

4,537,554

 

T596

Family Reunion Program

[137,900]

134,900

T597

Employment Opportunities and Day Services

[185,041,617]

179,026,733

T598

Community Residential Services

[390,498,055]

385,347,857

T599

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,010,903,585]

976,865,255

T600

     

T601

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH

   

T602

AND ADDICTION SERVICES

   

T603

Personal Services

[208,030,535]

185,062,304

T604

Other Expenses

[34,606,253]

33,714,152

T605

Equipment

[100]

1

T606

Housing Supports and Services

[13,224,867]

11,632,080

T607

Managed Service System

[37,083,898]

36,464,646

T608

Legal Services

[550,275]

539,269

T609

Connecticut Mental Health Center

[8,638,491]

7,265,721

T610

Professional Services

[9,688,898]

9,513,997

T611

General Assistance Managed Care

[86,346,032]

85,081,389

T612

Workers' Compensation Claims

12,344,566

 

T613

Nursing Home Screening

622,784

 

T614

Young Adult Services

[54,374,159]

46,003,639

T615

TBI Community Services

9,402,612

 

T616

Jail Diversion

[4,426,568]

4,302,419

T617

Behavioral Health Medications

8,669,095

 

T618

Prison Overcrowding

[6,231,683]

5,471,855

T619

Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option

[4,044,234]

3,963,349

T620

Discharge and Diversion Services

[3,080,116]

3,030,935

T621

Home and Community Based Services

[4,625,558]

1,162,767

T622

Persistent Violent Felony Offenders Act

703,333

 

T623

Military Support Program

 

250,000

T624

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T625

GOVERNMENTS

   

T626

Grants for Substance Abuse Services

25,277,766

 

T627

Grants for Mental Health Services

[76,394,230]

76,144,230

T628

Employment Opportunities

[10,630,353]

10,374,637

T629

AGENCY TOTAL

[618,996,406]

576,997,546

T630

     

T631

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY REVIEW BOARD

   

T632

Personal Services

[321,454]

316,286

T633

Other Expenses

[39,441]

37,469

T634

Equipment

[100]

1

T635

AGENCY TOTAL

[360,995]

353,756

T636

     

T637

TOTAL

[1,724,235,854]

1,643,381,156

T638

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

   

T639

     

T640

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T641

     

T642

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

   

T643

Personal Services

[121,676,293]

110,096,351

T644

Other Expenses

[88,098,799]

87,287,592

T645

Equipment

1

 

T646

Children's Trust Fund

[13,673,147]

10,852,283

T647

Children's Health Council

218,317

 

T648

[HUSKY Outreach

370,887]

 

T649

Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions

[201,202]

104,100

T650

State Food Stamp Supplement

[511,357]

816,357

T651

Day Care Projects

[478,820]

359,115

T652

HUSKY Program

35,253,900

 

T653

Charter Oak Health Plan

15,310,000

 

T654

Interpreters - Deaf & Hearing Impaired

 

316,944

T655

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T656

GOVERNMENTS

   

T657

Vocational Rehabilitation

7,386,668

 

T658

Medicaid

[3,665,809,574]

3,848,045,800

T659

Lifestar Helicopter

1,388,190

 

T660

Old Age Assistance

[38,110,566]

34,955,566

T661

Aid to the Blind

[753,000]

729,000

T662

Aid to the Disabled

[62,720,424]

59,949,322

T663

Temporary Assistance to Families - TANF

[119,158,385]

130,358,385

T664

Emergency Assistance

[500]

475

T665

Food Stamp Training Expenses

[32,397]

12,000

T666

Connecticut Pharmaceutical Assistance

   

T667

Contract to the Elderly

[6,813,755]

9,488,700

T668

Healthy Start

1,490,220

 

T669

DMHAS-Disproportionate Share

105,935,000

 

T670

Connecticut Home Care Program

[75,724,600]

67,628,400

T671

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

   

T672

Programs

1,040,365

 

T673

Services to the Elderly

[4,619,548]

4,902,276

T674

Safety Net Services

[2,100,897]

1,575,673

T675

Transportation for Employment

   

T676

Independence Program

3,321,613

 

T677

Transitionary Rental Assistance

1,186,680

 

T678

Refunds of Collections

[187,150]

177,792

T679

Services for Persons With Disabilities

[695,309]

660,544

T680

Child Care Services-TANF/CCDBG

[95,915,536]

93,172,455

T681

Nutrition Assistance

[447,663]

372,663

T682

Housing/Homeless Services

[47,306,657]

41,873,622

T683

Employment Opportunities

[1,231,379]

861,965

T684

Human Resource Development

[38,581]

28,936

T685

Child Day Care

10,617,392

 

T686

Independent Living Centers

665,927

 

T687

AIDS Drug Assistance

606,678

 

T688

Disproportionate Share-Medical Emergency

   

T689

Assistance

51,725,000

 

T690

DSH-Urban Hospitals in Distressed

   

T691

Municipalities

31,550,000

 

T692

State Administered General Assistance

[302,439,556]

333,135,000

T693

School Readiness

4,619,697

 

T694

Connecticut Children's Medical Center

11,020,000

 

T695

Community Services

[3,239,013]

2,315,510

T696

Alzheimer Respite Care

2,294,388

 

T697

Human Service Infrastructure Community

   

T698

Action Program

[3,998,796]

2,799,157

T699

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

[1,527,384]

1,172,452

T700

[Medicare Part D Supplemental Needs Fund

4,330,000]

 

T701

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T702

Child Day Care

5,263,706

 

T703

Human Resource Development

31,034

 

T704

Human Resource Development-Hispanic

   

T705

Programs

5,900

 

T706

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

[870,326]

288,022

T707

Services to the Elderly

44,405

 

T708

Housing/Homeless Services

686,592

 

T709

Community Services

[116,358]

87,268

T710

AGENCY TOTAL

[4,954,859,532]

5,136,085,398

T711

     

T712

[STATE DEPARTMENT ON AGING]

   

T713

[Personal Services

334,615]

 

T714

[Other Expenses

118,250]

 

T715

[Equipment

1]

 

T716

[AGENCY TOTAL]

[452,866]

 

T717

     

T718

TOTAL

[4,955,312,398]

5,136,085,398

T719

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T720

     

T721

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

   

T722

     

T723

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

   

T724

Personal Services

[148,382,064]

142,300,000

T725

Other Expenses

[16,689,076]

17,076,121

T726

Equipment

[6]

1

T727

Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training

1,239,559

 

T728

Teachers' Standards Implementation Program

2,896,508

 

T729

Early Childhood Program

5,007,354

 

T730

Development of Mastery Exams Grades 4, 6,

   

T731

and 8

[18,786,664]

16,424,710

T732

Primary Mental Health

[507,294]

385,036

T733

Adult Education Action

[253,355]

179,628

T734

Vocational Technical School Textbooks

500,000

 

T735

Repair of Instructional Equipment

232,386

 

T736

Minor Repairs to Plant

370,702

 

T737

Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program

262,500

 

T738

Connecticut Writing Project

50,000

 

T739

Resource Equity Assessments

283,654

 

T740

Readers as Leaders

 

60,000

T741

[Early Childhood Advisory Cabinet

3,750]

 

T742

Longitudinal Data Systems

[775,000]

648,502

T743

School Accountability

[1,855,062]

1,728,579

T744

Sheff Settlement

26,662,844

 

T745

Community Plans for Early Childhood

450,000

 

T746

Improving Early Literacy

150,000

 

T747

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T748

GOVERNMENTS

   

T749

American School for the Deaf

[9,979,202]

9,480,242

T750

Regional Education Services

[1,474,451]

1,843,181

T751

Omnibus Education Grants State Supported

   

T752

Schools

6,748,146

 

T753

Head Start Services

[2,748,150]

2,610,742

T754

Head Start Enhancement

[1,773,000]

1,684,348

T755

Family Resource Centers

6,041,488

 

T756

Charter Schools

53,047,200

 

T757

Youth Service Bureau Enhancement

625,000

 

T758

Head Start - Early Childhood Link

[2,200,000]

2,090,000

T759

Institutional Student Aid

 

882,000

T760

Health Foods Initiative

 

2,634,110

T761

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T762

Vocational Agriculture

4,560,565

 

T763

Transportation of School Children

[47,964,000]

28,622,720

T764

Adult Education

20,594,371

 

T765

Health and Welfare Services Pupils Private

   

T766

Schools

[4,297,500]

4,775,000

T767

Education Equalization Grants

[1,889,609,057]

1,889,182,288

T768

Bilingual Education

1,916,130

 

T769

Priority School Districts

117,237,188

 

T770

Young Parents Program

229,330

 

T771

Interdistrict Cooperation

11,127,369

 

T772

School Breakfast Program

1,634,103

 

T773

Excess Cost - Student Based

[120,491,451]

139,805,731

T774

Non-Public School Transportation

3,995,000

 

T775

School to Work Opportunities

213,750

 

T776

Youth Service Bureaus

2,947,268

 

T777

OPEN Choice Program

14,465,002

 

T778

Magnet Schools

[174,631,395]

173,131,395

T779

After School Program

[5,000,000]

4,500,000

T780

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,730,907,894]

2,723,531,751

T781

     

T782

BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SERVICES

   

T783

FOR THE BLIND

   

T784

Personal Services

[4,356,971]

4,114,407

T785

Other Expenses

[816,317]

805,071

T786

Equipment

1

 

T787

Educational Aid for Blind and Visually

   

T788

Handicapped Children

[4,641,842]

4,633,943

T789

Enhanced Employment Opportunities

673,000

 

T790

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T791

GOVERNMENTS

   

T792

Supplementary Relief and Services

103,925

 

T793

Vocational Rehabilitation

890,454

 

T794

Special Training for the Deaf Blind

298,585

 

T795

Connecticut Radio Information Service

[87,640]

83,258

T796

AGENCY TOTAL

[11,868,735]

11,602,644

T797

     

T798

[COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND

   

T799

HEARING IMPAIRED]

   

T800

[Personal Services

617,089]

 

T801

[Other Expenses

159,588]

 

T802

[Equipment

1]

 

T803

[Part-Time Interpreters

316,944]

 

T804

[AGENCY TOTAL]

[1,093,622]

 

T805

     

T806

STATE LIBRARY

   

T807

Personal Services

[6,369,643]

5,153,918

T808

Other Expenses

817,111

 

T809

Equipment

1

 

T810

State-Wide Digital Library

1,973,516

 

T811

Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service

266,434

 

T812

Legal/Legislative Library Materials

[1,140,000]

1,083,000

T813

State-Wide Data Base Program

674,696

 

T814

Info Anytime

42,500

 

T815

Computer Access

190,000

 

T816

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T817

GOVERNMENTS

   

T818

Support Cooperating Library Service Units

350,000

 

T819

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T820

Grants to Public Libraries

347,109

 

T821

Connecticard Payments

1,226,028

 

T822

AGENCY TOTAL

[13,397,038]

12,124,313

T823

     

T824

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

   

T825

Personal Services

2,384,731

 

T826

Other Expenses

[167,022]

166,939

T827

Equipment

1

 

T828

Minority Advancement Program

2,405,666

 

T829

Alternate Route to Certification

100,000

 

T830

National Service Act

328,365

 

T831

International Initiatives

66,500

 

T832

Minority Teacher Incentive Program

471,374

 

T833

Education and Health Initiatives

522,500

 

T834

CommPACT Schools

712,500

 

T835

Americorps

 

500,000

T836

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T837

GOVERNMENTS

   

T838

Capitol Scholarship Program

8,902,779

 

T839

Awards to Children of Deceased/ Disabled

   

T840

Veterans

4,000

 

T841

Connecticut Independent College Student

   

T842

Grant

[23,413,860]

17,413,860

T843

Connecticut Aid for Public College Students

30,208,469

 

T844

New England Board of Higher Education

183,750

 

T845

Connecticut Aid to Charter Oak

59,393

 

T846

Kirklyn M. Kerr Grant Program

500,000

 

T847

Washington Center

1,250

 

T848

AGENCY TOTAL

[70,432,160]

64,932,077

T849

     

T850

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

   

T851

Operating Expenses

[222,447,810]

219,793,819

T852

Tuition Freeze

4,741,885

 

T853

Regional Campus Enhancement

8,375,559

 

T854

Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

100,000

 

T855

AGENCY TOTAL

[235,665,254]

233,011,263

T856

     

T857

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH

   

T858

CENTER

   

T859

Operating Expenses

[120,841,356]

117,228,640

T860

AHEC

505,707

 

T861

AGENCY TOTAL

[121,347,063]

117,734,347

T862

     

T863

CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE

   

T864

Operating Expenses

[2,237,098]

2,156,847

T865

Distance Learning Consortium

690,786

 

T866

DOC Distance Learning

 

50,000

T867

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,927,884]

2,897,633

T868

     

T869

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT BOARD

   

T870

Personal Services

[1,968,345]

1,667,745

T871

Other Expenses

[776,322]

762,674

T872

Equipment

1

 

T873

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T874

GOVERNMENTS

   

T875

Retirement Contributions

581,593,215

 

T876

AGENCY TOTAL

[584,337,883]

584,023,635

T877

     

T878

REGIONAL COMMUNITY - TECHNICAL

   

T879

COLLEGES

   

T880

Operating Expenses

[157,388,071]

155,817,336

T881

Tuition Freeze

2,160,925

 

T882

Manufacturing Technology Program -

   

T883

Asnuntuck

345,000

 

T884

Expand Manufacturing Technology Program

200,000

 

T885

AGENCY TOTAL

[160,093,996]

158,523,261

T886

     

T887

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

   

T888

Operating Expenses

[155,508,164]

154,875,922

T889

Tuition Freeze

6,561,971

 

T890

Waterbury-Based Degree Program

1,079,339

 

T891

AGENCY TOTAL

[163,149,474]

162,517,232

T892

     

T893

TOTAL

[4,095,221,003]

4,070,898,156

T894

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

   

T895

     

T896

CORRECTIONS

   

T897

     

T898

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION

   

T899

Personal Services

[417,157,898]

403,636,757

T900

Other Expenses

[82,322,977]

78,100,230

T901

Equipment

[100]

1

T902

Workers' Compensation Claims

[24,898,513]

29,898,513

T903

Inmate Medical Services

[98,624,298]

96,524,298

T904

Parole Staffing and Operations

6,197,800

 

T905

Mental Health AIC

[300,000]

250,000

T906

Distance Learning

[250,000]

10,000

T907

[Children of Incarcerated Parents

700,000]

 

T908

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T909

GOVERNMENTS

   

T910

Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates

9,500

 

T911

Legal Services to Prisoners

[870,595]

768,595

T912

Volunteer Services

170,758

 

T913

Community Support Services

[40,370,121]

38,681,771

T914

AGENCY TOTAL

[671,872,560]

654,248,223

T915

     

T916

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND

   

T917

FAMILIES

   

T918

Personal Services

[289,599,056]

274,459,779

T919

Other Expenses

[46,262,706]

40,946,929

T920

Equipment

1

 

T921

Short-Term Residential Treatment

713,129

 

T922

Substance Abuse Screening

1,823,490

 

T923

Workers' Compensation Claims

8,627,393

 

T924

Local Systems of Care

[2,297,676]

2,057,676

T925

Family Support Services

11,221,507

 

T926

Emergency Needs

1,800,000

 

T927

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T928

GOVERNMENTS

   

T929

Health Assessment and Consultation

965,667

 

T930

Grants for Psychiatric Clinics for Children

[14,202,249]

14,120,807

T931

Day Treatment Centers for Children

5,797,630

 

T932

Juvenile Justice Outreach Services

10,728,838

 

T933

Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention

5,379,261

 

T934

[Community Emergency Services

84,694]

 

T935

Community Based Prevention Programs

[4,850,529]

4,194,768

T936

Family Violence Outreach and Counseling

[1,873,779]

1,658,531

T937

Support for Recovering Families

14,026,730

 

T938

No Nexus Special Education

8,682,808

 

T939

Family Preservation Services

[5,385,396]

5,219,218

T940

Substance Abuse Treatment

[4,479,269]

4,333,681

T941

Child Welfare Support Services

[3,279,484]

3,221,072

T942

Board and Care for Children - Adoption

[85,514,152]

81,533,474

T943

Board and Care for Children - Foster

[115,122,667]

108,909,873

T944

Board and Care for Children - Residential

[192,155,287]

184,167,420

T945

Individualized Family Supports

[17,536,968]

15,065,664

T946

Community KidCare

[25,946,425]

23,232,707

T947

Covenant to Care

166,516

 

T948

Neighborhood Center

261,010

 

T949

AGENCY TOTAL

[878,784,317]

833,315,579

T950

     

T951

TOTAL

[1,550,656,877]

1,487,563,802

T952

CORRECTIONS

   

T953

     

T954

JUDICIAL

   

T955

     

T956

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

   

T957

Personal Services

[324,564,876]

305,940,038

T958

Other Expenses

[74,943,156]

74,949,006

T959

Equipment

44,350

 

T960

Forensic Sex Evidence Exams

1,021,060

 

T961

Alternative Incarceration Program

[55,157,826]

51,720,313

T962

[Justice Education Center, Inc.

293,111]

 

T963

Juvenile Alternative Incarceration

30,169,861

 

T964

Juvenile Justice Centers

3,104,877

 

T965

Probate Court

11,250,000

 

T966

Youthful Offender Services

[9,512,151]

4,882,116

T967

Victim Security Account

73,000

 

T968

AGENCY TOTAL

[510,134,268]

483,154,621

T969

     

T970

PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES

   

T971

COMMISSION

   

T972

Personal Services

[39,095,094]

35,956,739

T973

Other Expenses

[1,471,223]

1,466,812

T974

Equipment

[6]

1

T975

Special Public Defenders - Contractual

[3,144,467]

3,044,467

T976

Special Public Defenders - Non-Contractual

[5,270,289]

4,782,758

T977

Expert Witnesses

1,535,646

 

T978

Training and Education

[86,843]

81,000

T979

AGENCY TOTAL

[50,603,568]

46,867,423

T980

     

T981

CHILD PROTECTION COMMISSION

   

T982

Personal Services

[656,631]

647,577

T983

Other Expenses

[175,047]

173,325

T984

Equipment

1

 

T985

Training for Contracted Attorneys

42,750

 

T986

Contracted Attorneys

[10,295,218]

9,108,757

T987

Contracted Attorneys Related Expenses

[108,713]

158,713

T988

Family Contracted Attorneys/AMC

736,310

 

T989

AGENCY TOTAL

[12,014,670]

10,867,433

T990

     

T991

TOTAL

[572,752,506]

540,889,477

T992

JUDICIAL

   

T993

     

T994

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T995

     

T996

MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION TO

   

T997

THE GOVERNOR

   

T998

Governor's Contingency Account

[100]

1

T999

     

T1000

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

   

T1001

Debt Service

[1,491,545,564]

1,470,226,346

T1002

UConn 2000 - Debt Service

116,617,639

 

T1003

CHEFA Day Care Security

5,000,000

 

T1004

Pension Obligation Bonds - TRB

65,349,255

 

T1005

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,678,512,458]

1,657,193,240

T1006

     

T1007

STATE COMPTROLLER -

   

T1008

MISCELLANEOUS

   

T1009

OTHER THAN PAYMENTS TO LOCAL

   

T1010

GOVERNMENTS

   

T1011

Maintenance of County Base Fire Radio

   

T1012

Network

25,176

 

T1013

Maintenance of State-Wide Fire Radio

   

T1014

Network

16,756

 

T1015

Equal Grants to Thirty-Four Non-Profit

   

T1016

General Hospitals

31

 

T1017

Police Association of Connecticut

190,000

 

T1018

Connecticut State Firefighter's Association

194,711

 

T1019

Interstate Environmental Commission

[48,783]

1

T1020

PAYMENTS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

   

T1021

Reimbursement to Towns for Loss of Taxes

   

T1022

on State Property

[73,519,215]

73,019,215

T1023

Reimbursements to Towns for Loss of Taxes

   

T1024

on Private Tax-Exempt Property

115,431,737

 

T1025

AGENCY TOTAL

[189,426,409]

188,877,627

T1026

     

T1027

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE

   

T1028

BENEFITS

   

T1029

Unemployment Compensation

6,323,979

 

T1030

State Employees Retirement Contributions

[663,329,057]

763,329,057

T1031

Higher Education Alternative Retirement

   

T1032

System

[29,152,201]

31,152,201

T1033

Pensions and Retirements - Other Statutory

1,965,000

 

T1034

Insurance - Group Life

8,254,668

 

T1035

Employers Social Security Tax

[249,792,582]

232,995,982

T1036

State Employees Health Service Cost

[516,797,061]

490,567,832

T1037

Retired State Employees Health Service Cost

[546,985,000]

595,252,100

T1038

Tuition Reimbursement - Training and Travel

900,000

 

T1039

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,023,499,548]

2,130,740,819

T1040

     

T1041

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

   

T1042

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

153,524,525

 

T1043

     

T1044

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

   

T1045

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

   

T1046

SERVICES

   

T1047

Workers' Compensation Claims

[24,706,154]

26,206,154

T1048

     

T1049

JUDICIAL REVIEW COUNCIL

   

T1050

Personal Services

[142,514]

120,981

T1051

Other Expenses

27,449

 

T1052

Equipment

100

 

T1053

AGENCY TOTAL

[170,063]

148,530

T1054

     

T1055

TOTAL

[4,069,839,257]

4,156,690,896

T1056

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T1057

     

T1058

TOTAL

[18,004,761,465]

18,011,894,904

T1059

GENERAL FUND

   

T1060

     

T1061

LESS:

   

T1062

     

T1063

Reduce Outside Consultant Contracts

-95,000,000

 

T1064

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-87,780,000

 

T1065

General Personal Services Reduction

-14,000,000

 

T1066

General Other Expenses Reductions

-11,000,000

 

T1067

[Personal Services Reductions

-193,664,492]

 

T1068

Legislative Unallocated Lapses

-2,700,000

 

T1069

[DoIT Lapse

-31,718,598]

 

T1070

Enhance Agency Outcomes

-50,000,000

 

T1071

[Management Reduction

-12,500,000]

 

T1072

Reduce Other Expenses to FY 07 Levels

-32,000,000

 

T1073

Personal Svcs Rdctns - Exec Branch Comm

 

-87,237

T1074

DOIT Lapse - Legislative Agencies

 

-25,175

T1075

Government Efficiencies

 

-109,742,087

T1076

State Employee Concessions

 

-150,000,000

T1077

     

T1078

NET -

[17,474,398,375]

17,459,560,405

T1079

GENERAL FUND

   

Sec. 2. Section 12 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 4 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1080

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

   

T1081

 

2010- 2011

 

T1082

     

T1083

 

$

 

T1084

     

T1085

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1086

     

T1087

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

   

T1088

SERVICES

   

T1089

Other Expenses

2,717,500

 

T1090

     

T1091

TOTAL

2,717,500

 

T1092

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1093

     

T1094

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1095

     

T1096

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

   

T1097

Personal Services

[45,045,027]

39,256,604

T1098

Other Expenses

[14,120,716]

13,115,716

T1099

Equipment

[638,869]

609,071

T1100

Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and

   

T1101

Networks Project

[268,850]

255,407

T1102

AGENCY TOTAL

[60,073,462]

53,236,798

T1103

     

T1104

TOTAL

[60,073,462]

53,236,798

T1105

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1106

     

T1107

TRANSPORTATION

   

T1108

     

T1109

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

   

T1110

Personal Services

[157,723,930]

148,049,749

T1111

Other Expenses

43,426,685

 

T1112

Equipment

1,911,500

 

T1113

Minor Capital Projects

332,500

 

T1114

Highway and Bridge Renewal-Equipment

[6,000,000]

3,897,559

T1115

Highway Planning and Research

[2,819,969]

2,634,109

T1116

Rail Operations

[127,726,327]

137,901,327

T1117

Bus Operations

132,955,915

 

T1118

Highway and Bridge Renewal

12,402,843

 

T1119

Tweed-New Haven Airport Grant

[1,500,000]

570,000

T1120

ADA Para-transit Program

[25,565,960]

23,020,591

T1121

Non-ADA Dial-A-Ride Program

576,361

 

T1122

AGENCY TOTAL

[512,941,990]

507,679,139

T1123

     

T1124

TOTAL

[512,941,990]

507,679,139

T1125

TRANSPORTATION

   

T1126

     

T1127

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T1128

     

T1129

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

   

T1130

Debt Service

[467,246,486]

458,839,454

T1131

     

T1132

STATE COMPTROLLER - FRINGE

   

T1133

BENEFITS

   

T1134

Unemployment Compensation

[334,000]

345,000

T1135

State Employees Retirement Contributions

82,437,000

 

T1136

Insurance - Group Life

324,000

 

T1137

Employers Social Security Tax

[20,652,971]

19,700,571

T1138

State Employees Health Service Cost

[37,104,290]

34,079,900

T1139

AGENCY TOTAL

[140,852,261]

136,886,471

T1140

     

T1141

RESERVE FOR SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

   

T1142

Reserve for Salary Adjustments

12,947,130

 

T1143

     

T1144

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS -

   

T1145

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE

   

T1146

SERVICES

   

T1147

Workers' Compensation Claims

[5,200,783]

6,700,783

T1148

     

T1149

TOTAL

[1,201,979,612]

1,179,007,275

T1150

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

   

T1151

     

T1152

LESS:

   

T1153

     

T1154

Estimated Unallocated Lapses

-11,000,000

 

T1155

[Personal Services Reductions

-10,413,528]

 

T1156

     

T1157

NET -

[1,180,566,084]

1,168,007,275

T1158

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

   

Sec. 3. Section 14 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1159

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES'

   

T1160

FUND

   

T1161

 

2010- 2011

 

T1162

     

T1163

 

$

 

T1164

     

T1165

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T1166

     

T1167

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES'

   

T1168

FUND

   

T1169

Personal Services

[565,291]

568,991

T1170

Other Expenses

[82,799]

63,960

T1171

Award Payments to Veterans

1,979,800

 

T1172

Fringe Benefits

[369,653]

380,653

T1173

AGENCY TOTAL

[2,997,543]

2,993,404

T1174

     

T1175

TOTAL

[2,997,543]

2,993,404

T1176

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T1177

     

T1178

TOTAL

[2,997,543]

2,993,404

T1179

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES'

   

T1180

FUND

   

Sec. 4. Section 15 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1181

REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION

   

T1182

FUND

   

T1183

 

2010- 2011

 

T1184

     

T1185

 

$

 

T1186

     

T1187

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T1188

     

T1189

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

   

T1190

Personal Services

370,000

 

T1191

Other Expenses

271,507

 

T1192

Equipment

[100]

1

T1193

Fringe Benefits

[251,942]

245,942

T1194

AGENCY TOTAL

[893,549]

887,450

T1195

     

T1196

TOTAL

[893,549]

887,450

T1197

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

   

T1198

     

T1199

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T1200

     

T1201

DEBT SERVICE - STATE TREASURER

   

T1202

Debt Service

63,524

 

T1203

     

T1204

TOTAL

63,524

 

T1205

NON-FUNCTIONAL

   

T1206

     

T1207

TOTAL

[957,073]

950,974

T1208

REGIONAL MARKET OPERATION FUND

   

Sec. 5. Section 16 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1209

BANKING FUND

   

T1210

 

2010- 2011

 

T1211

     

T1212

 

$

 

T1213

     

T1214

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1215

     

T1216

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING

   

T1217

Personal Services

11,072,611

 

T1218

Other Expenses

1,885,735

 

T1219

Equipment

21,708

 

T1220

Fringe Benefits

[6,187,321]

6,137,321

T1221

Indirect Overhead

[905,711]

1,052,326

T1222

AGENCY TOTAL

[20,073,086]

20,169,701

T1223

     

T1224

LABOR DEPARTMENT

   

T1225

Customized Services

[500,000]

475,000

T1226

     

T1227

TOTAL

[20,573,086]

20,644,701

T1228

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1229

     

T1230

[JUDICIAL

   

T1231

     

T1232

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

   

T1233

Foreclosure Mediation Program

3,349,982

 

T1234

     

T1235

TOTAL

3,349,982]

 

T1236

JUDICIAL

   

T1237

     

T1238

TOTAL

[23,923,068]

20,644,701

T1239

BANKING FUND

   

Sec. 6. Section 17 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1240

INSURANCE FUND

   

T1241

 

2010- 2011

 

T1242

     

T1243

 

$

 

T1244

     

T1245

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1246

     

T1247

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

   

T1248

Personal Services

 

248,140

T1249

Other Expenses

 

6,900

T1250

Fringe Benefits

 

125,725

T1251

AGENCY TOTAL

 

380,765

T1252

     

T1253

TOTAL

 

380,765

T1254

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1255

     

T1256

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1257

     

T1258

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

   

T1259

Personal Services

[13,685,483]

13,460,483

T1260

Other Expenses

[2,397,280]

1,920,280

T1261

Equipment

[101,375]

51,256

T1262

Fringe Benefits

[8,169,016]

8,029,516

T1263

Indirect Overhead

[395,204]

701,396

T1264

AGENCY TOTAL

[24,748,358]

24,162,931

T1265

     

T1266

OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE

   

T1267

ADVOCATE

   

T1268

Personal Services

[757,235]

672,713

T1269

Other Expenses

[204,838]

136,373

T1270

Equipment

[2,400]

2,280

T1271

Fringe Benefits

[380,821]

333,489

T1272

Indirect Overhead

[24,000]

1

T1273

AGENCY TOTAL

[1,369,294]

1,144,856

T1274

     

T1275

TOTAL

[26,117,652]

25,307,787

T1276

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1277

     

T1278

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T1279

     

T1280

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

   

T1281

Other Expenses

[500,000]

475,000

T1282

     

T1283

TOTAL

[500,000]

475,000

T1284

HUMAN SERVICES

   

T1285

     

T1286

TOTAL

[26,617,652]

26,163,552

T1287

INSURANCE FUND

   

Sec. 7. Section 18 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1288

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC

   

T1289

UTILITY CONTROL FUND

   

T1290

 

2010- 2011

 

T1291

     

T1292

 

$

 

T1293

     

T1294

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1295

     

T1296

OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

   

T1297

Personal Services

 

746,000

T1298

Other Expenses

 

27,443

T1299

Fringe Benefits

 

432,680

T1300

AGENCY TOTAL

 

1,206,123

T1301

     

T1302

TOTAL

 

1,206,123

T1303

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1304

     

T1305

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1306

     

T1307

OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL

   

T1308

Personal Services

[1,523,895]

1,415,588

T1309

Other Expenses

[556,971]

529,482

T1310

Equipment

[9,500]

9,000

T1311

Fringe Benefits

[918,729]

859,161

T1312

Indirect Overhead

[215,039]

423,906

T1313

AGENCY TOTAL

[3,224,134]

3,237,137

T1314

     

T1315

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITY

   

T1316

CONTROL

   

T1317

Personal Services

[11,796,389]

11,594,389

T1318

Other Expenses

[1,594,642]

1,584,642

T1319

Equipment

[80,500]

57,475

T1320

Fringe Benefits

[6,850,941]

6,733,781

T1321

Indirect Overhead

[410,780]

85,872

T1322

AGENCY TOTAL

[20,733,252]

20,056,159

T1323

     

T1324

TOTAL

[23,957,386]

23,293,296

T1325

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1326

     

T1327

TOTAL

[23,957,386]

24,499,419

T1328

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND PUBLIC

   

T1329

UTILITY CONTROL FUND

   

Sec. 8. Section 19 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1330

WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

   

T1331

 

2010- 2011

 

T1332

     

T1333

 

$

 

T1334

     

T1335

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1336

     

T1337

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

   

T1338

Personal Services

[590,714]

349,182

T1339

Other Expenses

[22,776]

21,653

T1340

Equipment

[600]

1

T1341

Fringe Benefits

 

212,051

T1342

AGENCY TOTAL

[614,090]

582,887

T1343

     

T1344

TOTAL

[614,090]

582,887

T1345

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

   

T1346

     

T1347

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1348

     

T1349

LABOR DEPARTMENT

   

T1350

Occupational Health Clinics

674,587

 

T1351

     

T1352

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

   

T1353

COMMISSION

   

T1354

Personal Services

10,040,000

 

T1355

Other Expenses

2,558,530

 

T1356

Equipment

[137,000]

87,150

T1357

Rehabilitative Services

[2,320,098]

1,275,913

T1358

Fringe Benefits

5,805,640

 

T1359

Indirect Overhead

[922,446]

1,202,971

T1360

AGENCY TOTAL

[21,783,714]

20,970,204

T1361

     

T1362

TOTAL

[22,458,301]

21,644,791

T1363

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

   

T1364

     

T1365

TOTAL

[23,072,391]

22,227,678

T1366

WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND

   

Sec. 9. Section 20 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2010):

T1367

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION

   

T1368

FUND

   

T1369

 

2010- 2011

 

T1370

     

T1371

 

$

 

T1372

     

T1373

JUDICIAL

   

T1374

     

T1375

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

   

T1376

Criminal Injuries Compensation

3,408,598

 

T1377

     

T1378

     

T1379

TOTAL

3,408,598

 

T1380

JUDICIAL

   

T1381

     

T1382

TOTAL

3,408,598

 

T1383

CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION

   

T1384

FUND

   

Sec. 10. Section 46b-120 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The terms used in this chapter shall, in its interpretation and in the interpretation of other statutes, be defined as follows:

(1) "Child" means any person under sixteen years of age, except that (A) for purposes of delinquency matters and proceedings, "child" means any person (i) under [seventeen] sixteen years of age who has not been legally emancipated, or (ii) [seventeen] sixteen years of age or older who, prior to attaining [seventeen] sixteen years of age, has committed a delinquent act and, subsequent to attaining [seventeen] sixteen years of age, (I) violates any order of the Superior Court or any condition of probation ordered by the Superior Court with respect to such delinquency proceeding, or (II) wilfully fails to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133 with respect to such delinquency proceeding, and (B) for purposes of family with service needs matters and proceedings, child means a person under [seventeen] sixteen years of age;

(2) (A) "Youth" means any person sixteen or seventeen years of age who has not been legally emancipated, and (B) "youth in crisis" means any person sixteen or seventeen years of age who has not been legally emancipated and who, within the last two years, (i) has without just cause run away from the parental home or other properly authorized and lawful place of abode, (ii) is beyond the control of the youth's parents, guardian or other custodian, or (iii) has four unexcused absences from school in any one month or ten unexcused absences in any school year;

(3) "Abused" means that a child or youth (A) has been inflicted with physical injury or injuries other than by accidental means, (B) has injuries that are at variance with the history given of them, or (C) is in a condition that is the result of maltreatment, including, but not limited to, malnutrition, sexual molestation or exploitation, deprivation of necessities, emotional maltreatment or cruel punishment;

(4) A child may be found "mentally deficient" who, by reason of a deficiency of intelligence that has existed from birth or from early age, requires, or will require, for such child's protection or for the protection of others, special care, supervision and control;

(5) [(A)] A child may be convicted as "delinquent" who has [(i)] (A) while under sixteen years of age, violated any federal or state law or municipal or local ordinance, except an ordinance regulating behavior of a child in a family with service needs, [(ii)] (B) wilfully failed to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133, or at any other court hearing of which the child had notice, [(iii)] (C) violated any order of the Superior Court, except as provided in section 46b-148, or [(iv)] (D) violated conditions of probation as ordered by the court;

[(B) A child may be convicted as "delinquent" who has (i) while sixteen years of age, violated any federal or state law, other than (I) an infraction, (II) a violation, (III) a motor vehicle offense or violation as defined in chapter 248, or (IV) a violation of a municipal or local ordinance, (ii) wilfully failed to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133 or at any other court hearing of which the child had notice, (iii) violated any order of the Superior Court, except as provided in section 46b-148, or (iv) violated conditions of probation as ordered by the court; ]

(6) A child or youth may be found "dependent" whose home is a suitable one for the child or youth, except for the financial inability of the child's or youth's parents, parent or guardian, or other person maintaining such home, to provide the specialized care the condition of the child or youth requires;

(7) "Family with service needs" means a family that includes a child [or a youth sixteen years of age] who (A) has without just cause run away from the parental home or other properly authorized and lawful place of abode, (B) is beyond the control of the child's [or youth's] parent, parents, guardian or other custodian, (C) has engaged in indecent or immoral conduct, (D) is a truant or habitual truant or who, while in school, has been continuously and overtly defiant of school rules and regulations, or (E) is thirteen years of age or older and has engaged in sexual intercourse with another person and such other person is thirteen years of age or older and not more than two years older or younger than such child; [or youth; ]

(8) A child or youth may be found "neglected" who (A) has been abandoned, (B) is being denied proper care and attention, physically, educationally, emotionally or morally, (C) is being permitted to live under conditions, circumstances or associations injurious to the well-being of the child or youth, or (D) has been abused;

(9) A child or youth may be found "uncared for" who is homeless or whose home cannot provide the specialized care that the physical, emotional or mental condition of the child or youth requires. For the purposes of this section, the treatment of any child or youth by an accredited Christian Science practitioner, in lieu of treatment by a licensed practitioner of the healing arts, shall not of itself constitute neglect or maltreatment;

(10) "Delinquent act" means (A) the violation by a child under the age of sixteen of any federal or state law or municipal or local ordinance, except an ordinance regulating behavior of a child in a family with service needs, (B) [the violation by a child sixteen years of age of any federal or state law, other than (i) an infraction, (ii) a violation, (iii) a motor vehicle offense or violation under chapter 248, or (iv) a violation of a municipal or local ordinance, (C)] wilful failure of a child to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133, or at any other court hearing of which the child has notice, [(D)] (C) the violation of any order of the Superior Court by a child, except as provided in section 46b-148, or [(E)] (D) the violation of conditions of probation by a child as ordered by the court;

(11) "Serious juvenile offense" means (A) the violation of, including attempt or conspiracy to violate, (i) section 21a-277, 21a-278, 29-33, 29-34, 29-35, 53-21, 53-80a, 53-202b, 53-202c, 53-390 to 53-392, inclusive, 53a-54a to 53a-56a, inclusive, 53a-59 to 53a-60c, inclusive, 53a-70 to 53a-71, inclusive, 53a-72b, 53a-86, 53a-92 to 53a-94a, inclusive, 53a-95, 53a-101, 53a-102a, 53a-103a or 53a-111 to 53a-113, inclusive, subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of section 53a-122, subdivision (3) of subsection (a) of section 53a-123, section 53a-134, 53a-135, 53a-136a, 53a-166 or 53a-167c, subsection (a) of section 53a-174, or section 53a-196a, 53a-211, 53a-212, 53a-216 or 53a-217b, by a child, or (ii) section 53a-56b or 53a-57 by a child under sixteen years of age, or (B) running away, without just cause, from any secure placement other than home while referred as a delinquent child to the Court Support Services Division or committed as a delinquent child to the Commissioner of Children and Families for a serious juvenile offense;

(12) "Serious juvenile offender" means any child convicted as delinquent for the commission of a serious juvenile offense;

(13) "Serious juvenile repeat offender" means any child charged with the commission of any felony if such child has previously been convicted as delinquent or otherwise convicted at any age for two violations of any provision of title 21a, 29, 53 or 53a that is designated as a felony;

(14) "Alcohol-dependent" means a psychoactive substance dependence on alcohol as that condition is defined in the most recent edition of the American Psychiatric Association's "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders"; and

(15) "Drug-dependent" means a psychoactive substance dependence on drugs as that condition is defined in the most recent edition of the American Psychiatric Association's "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders". No child shall be classified as drug-dependent who is dependent (A) upon a morphine-type substance as an incident to current medical treatment of a demonstrable physical disorder other than drug dependence, or (B) upon amphetamine-type, ataractic, barbiturate-type, hallucinogenic or other stimulant and depressant substances as an incident to current medical treatment of a demonstrable physical or psychological disorder, or both, other than drug dependence.

Sec. 11. Section 46b-121 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) (1) Juvenile matters in the civil session include all proceedings concerning uncared-for, neglected or dependent children and youths within this state, termination of parental rights of children committed to a state agency, matters concerning families with service needs, contested matters involving termination of parental rights or removal of guardian transferred from the Probate Court and the emancipation of minors, but does not include matters of guardianship and adoption or matters affecting property rights of any child or youth over which the Probate Court has jurisdiction, except that appeals from probate concerning adoption, termination of parental rights and removal of a parent as guardian shall be included.

(2) Juvenile matters in the criminal session include all proceedings concerning delinquent children within this state and persons [seventeen] sixteen years of age and older who are under the supervision of a juvenile probation officer while on probation or a suspended commitment to the Department of Children and Families, for purposes of enforcing any court orders entered as part of such probation or suspended commitment.

(b) (1) In juvenile matters, the Superior Court shall have authority to make and enforce such orders directed to parents, including any person who acknowledges before the court paternity of a child born out of wedlock, guardians, custodians or other adult persons owing some legal duty to a child or youth therein, as the court deems necessary or appropriate to secure the welfare, protection, proper care and suitable support of a child or youth subject to the court's jurisdiction or otherwise committed to or in the custody of the Commissioner of Children and Families. The Superior Court may order a local or regional board of education to provide to the court educational records of a child or youth for the purpose of determining the need for services or placement of the child or youth. In proceedings concerning a child charged with a delinquent act or with being from a family with service needs, records produced subject to such an order shall be maintained under seal by the court and shall be released only after a hearing or with the consent of the child. Educational records obtained pursuant to this section shall be used only for dispositional purposes. In addition, with respect to proceedings concerning delinquent children, the Superior Court shall have authority to make and enforce such orders as the court deems necessary or appropriate to punish the child, deter the child from the commission of further delinquent acts, assure that the safety of any other person will not be endangered and provide restitution to any victim. The Superior Court shall also have authority to grant and enforce temporary and permanent injunctive relief in all proceedings concerning juvenile matters.

(2) If any order for the payment of money is issued by the Superior Court, including any order assessing costs issued under section 46b-134 or 46b-136, the collection of such money shall be made by the court, except orders for support of children committed to any state agency or department, which orders shall be made payable to and collected by the Department of Administrative Services. If the Superior Court after due diligence is unable to collect such moneys within six months, the court shall refer such case to the Department of Administrative Services for collection as a delinquent account. In juvenile matters, the Superior Court shall have authority to make and enforce orders directed to persons liable hereunder on petition of the Department of Administrative Services made to the court in the same manner as is provided in section 17b-745, in accordance with the provisions of section 17b-81 or 17b-223, subsection (b) of section 17b-179 or section 17a-90, 46b-129 or 46b-130, and all of the provisions of section 17b-745 shall be applicable to such proceedings. Any judge hearing a juvenile matter may make any other order in connection therewith that a judge of the Superior Court is authorized to grant and such order shall have the same force and effect as any other order of the Superior Court. In the enforcement of the court's orders, in connection with any juvenile matter, the court may issue process for the arrest of any person, compel attendance of witnesses and punish for contempt by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or imprisonment not exceeding six months.

Sec. 12. Subsection (c) of section 46b-127 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) Upon the effectuation of the transfer, such child shall stand trial and be sentenced, if convicted, as if such child were [seventeen] sixteen years of age. Such child shall receive credit against any sentence imposed for time served in a juvenile facility prior to the effectuation of the transfer. A child who has been transferred may enter a guilty plea to a lesser offense if the court finds that such plea is made knowingly and voluntarily. Any child transferred to the regular criminal docket who pleads guilty to a lesser offense shall not resume such child's status as a juvenile regarding such offense. If the action is dismissed or nolled or if such child is found not guilty of the charge for which such child was transferred or of any lesser included offenses, the child shall resume such child's status as a juvenile until such child attains the age of [seventeen] sixteen years.

Sec. 13. Subsection (f) of section 46b-133c of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(f) Whenever a proceeding has been designated a serious juvenile repeat offender prosecution pursuant to subsection (b) of this section and the child does not waive such child's right to a trial by jury, the court shall transfer the case from the docket for juvenile matters to the regular criminal docket of the Superior Court. Upon transfer, such child shall stand trial and be sentenced, if convicted, as if such child were [seventeen] sixteen years of age, except that no such child shall be placed in a correctional facility but shall be maintained in a facility for children and youths until such child attains [seventeen] sixteen years of age or until such child is sentenced, whichever occurs first. Such child shall receive credit against any sentence imposed for time served in a juvenile facility prior to the effectuation of the transfer. A child who has been transferred may enter a guilty plea to a lesser offense if the court finds that such plea is made knowingly and voluntarily. Any child transferred to the regular criminal docket who pleads guilty to a lesser offense shall not resume such child's status as a juvenile regarding such offense. If the action is dismissed or nolled or if such child is found not guilty of the charge for which such child was transferred, the child shall resume such child's status as a juvenile until such child attains [seventeen] sixteen years of age.

Sec. 14. Subsection (f) of section 46b-133d of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(f) When a proceeding has been designated a serious sexual offender prosecution pursuant to subsection (c) of this section and the child does not waive the right to a trial by jury, the court shall transfer the case from the docket for juvenile matters to the regular criminal docket of the Superior Court. Upon transfer, such child shall stand trial and be sentenced, if convicted, as if such child were [seventeen] sixteen years of age, except that no such child shall be placed in a correctional facility but shall be maintained in a facility for children and youths until such child attains [seventeen] sixteen years of age or until such child is sentenced, whichever occurs first. Such child shall receive credit against any sentence imposed for time served in a juvenile facility prior to the effectuation of the transfer. A child who has been transferred may enter a guilty plea to a lesser offense if the court finds that such plea is made knowingly and voluntarily. Any child transferred to the regular criminal docket who pleads guilty to a lesser offense shall not resume such child's status as a juvenile regarding such offense. If the action is dismissed or nolled or if such child is found not guilty of the charge for which such child was transferred, the child shall resume such child's status as a juvenile until such child attains [seventeen] sixteen years of age.

Sec. 15. Section 46b-137 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Any admission, confession or statement, written or oral, made by a child under the age of sixteen to a police officer or Juvenile Court official shall be inadmissible in any proceeding concerning the alleged delinquency of the child making such admission, confession or statement unless made by such child in the presence of the child's parent or parents or guardian and after the parent or parents or guardian and child have been advised (1) of the child's right to retain counsel, or if unable to afford counsel, to have counsel appointed on the child's behalf, (2) of the child's right to refuse to make any statements, and (3) that any statements the child makes may be introduced into evidence against the child.

[(b) Any admission, confession or statement, written or oral, made by a child sixteen years of age to a police officer or Juvenile Court official shall be inadmissible in any proceeding concerning the alleged delinquency of the child making such admission, confession or statement, unless (1) the police or Juvenile Court official has made reasonable efforts to contact a parent or guardian of the child, and (2) such child has been advised that (A) the child has the right to contact a parent or guardian and to have a parent or guardian present during any interview, (B) the child has the right to retain counsel or, if unable to afford counsel, to have counsel appointed on behalf of the child, (C) the child has the right to refuse to make any statement, and (D) any statement the child makes may be introduced into evidence against the child.

(c) The admissibility of any admission, confession or statement, written or oral, made by a child sixteen years of age to a police officer or Juvenile Court official shall be determined by considering the totality of the circumstances at the time of the making of such admission, confession or statement. When determining the admissibility of such admission, confession or statement, the court shall consider (1) the age, experience, education, background and intelligence of the child, (2) the capacity of the child to understand the advice concerning rights and warnings required under subdivision (2) of subsection (b) of this section, the nature of the privilege against self-incrimination under the United States and Connecticut Constitutions, and the consequences of waiving such rights and privilege, (3) the opportunity the child had to speak with a parent, guardian or some other suitable individual prior to or while making such admission, confession or statement, and (4) the circumstances surrounding the making of the admission, confession or statement, including, but not limited to, (A) when and where the admission, confession or statement was made, (B) the reasonableness of proceeding, or the need to proceed, without a parent or guardian present, and (C) the reasonableness of efforts by the police or Juvenile Court official to attempt to contact a parent or guardian. ]

[(d)] (b) Any confession, admission or statement, written or oral, made by the parent or parents or guardian of the child or youth after the filing of a petition alleging such child or youth to be neglected, uncared-for or dependent, shall be inadmissible in any proceeding held upon such petition against the person making such admission or statement unless such person shall have been advised of the person's right to retain counsel, and that if the person is unable to afford counsel, counsel will be appointed to represent the person, that the person has a right to refuse to make any statement and that any statements the person makes may be introduced in evidence against the person.

Sec. 16. Section 46b-146 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

Whenever any child has been convicted as delinquent, has been adjudicated a member of a family with service needs or has signed a statement of responsibility admitting to having committed a delinquent act, and has subsequently been discharged from the supervision of the Superior Court or from the custody of the Department of Children and Families or from the care of any other institution or agency to whom the child has been committed by the court, such child, or the child's parent or guardian, may file a petition with the Superior Court. If such court finds (1) that at least two years or, in the case of a child convicted as delinquent for the commission of a serious juvenile offense, four years have elapsed from the date of such discharge, (2) that no subsequent juvenile proceeding or adult criminal proceeding is pending against such child, (3) that such child has not been convicted of a delinquent act that would constitute a felony or misdemeanor if committed by an adult during such two-year or four-year period, (4) that such child has not been convicted as an adult of a felony or misdemeanor during such two-year or four-year period, and (5) that such child has reached [seventeen] sixteen years of age, the court shall order all police and court records pertaining to such child to be erased. Upon the entry of such an erasure order, all references including arrest, complaint, referrals, petitions, reports and orders, shall be removed from all agency, official and institutional files, and a finding of delinquency or that the child was a member of a family with service needs shall be deemed never to have occurred. The persons in charge of such records shall not disclose to any person information pertaining to the record so erased, except that the fact of such erasure may be substantiated where, in the opinion of the court, it is in the best interests of such child to do so. No child who has been the subject of such an erasure order shall be deemed to have been arrested ab initio, within the meaning of the general statutes, with respect to proceedings so erased. Copies of the erasure order shall be sent to all persons, agencies, officials or institutions known to have information pertaining to the delinquency or family with service needs proceedings affecting such child. Whenever a child is dismissed as not delinquent or as not being a member of a family with service needs, all police and court records pertaining to such charge shall be ordered erased immediately, without the filing of a petition. Nothing in this section shall prohibit the court from granting a petition to erase a child's records on a showing of good cause, after a hearing, before the time when such records could be erased.

Sec. 17. Subsection (c) of section 10-19m of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) The Commissioner of Education shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, establishing minimum standards for such youth service bureaus and the criteria for qualifying for state cost-sharing grants, including, but not limited to, allowable sources of funds covering the local share of the costs of operating such bureaus, acceptable in-kind contributions and application procedures. Said commissioner shall, on December 1, 1979, and annually thereafter, report to the General Assembly on the referral or diversion of children under [the age of seventeen] sixteen years of age from the juvenile justice system and on the referral or diversion of children [aged seventeen and] sixteen, seventeen or eighteen years of age from the court system. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, the number of times any child is so diverted, the number of children diverted, the type of service provided to any such child, by whom such child was diverted, the ages of the children diverted and such other information and statistics as the General Assembly may request from time to time. Any such report shall contain no identifying information about any particular child.

Sec. 18. Section 46b-150f of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Any selectman, town manager, police officer or welfare department of any town, city or borough, any probation officer, any superintendent of schools, any child-caring institution or agency approved or licensed by the Commissioner of Children and Families, any youth service bureau, a parent, guardian, foster parent or other custodian of a youth sixteen or seventeen years of age, or a representative of a youth sixteen or seventeen years of age, who believes that the acts or omissions of such youth are such that such youth is a youth in crisis may file a written complaint setting forth those facts with the Superior Court which has venue over the matter.

(b) A petition alleging that a youth is a youth in crisis shall be verified and filed with the Superior Court which has venue over the matter. The petition shall set forth plainly: (1) The facts which bring the youth within the jurisdiction of the court; (2) the name, date of birth, sex and residence of the youth; (3) the name and residence of the parent or parents, guardian, foster parent, other custodian or other person having control of the youth; and (4) a prayer for appropriate action by the court in conformity with the provisions of this section.

(c) Upon determination that a youth is a youth in crisis in accordance with policies established by the Chief Court Administrator, the court may make and enforce orders, including, but not limited to, orders: (1) Directing the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles to suspend the motor vehicle operator's license of the youth in crisis for a period of time, as directed by the court, but not to exceed one year; (2) requiring work or specified community service; (3) mandating that the youth in crisis attend an educational program in the local community approved by the court; (4) requiring mental health services; (5) referring the youth in crisis to a youth service bureau, provided one exists in the local community; and (6) reviewing the option of emancipation, pursuant to section 46b-150, of the youth in crisis or the parent, guardian, foster parent or other custodian of such youth in crisis. Upon determination that a youth is a youth in crisis because the youth has without just cause run away from the parental home or other properly authorized and lawful place of abode, the court may, prior to January 1, 2010, order the youth in crisis to be subject to the control of the youth's parent or parents, guardian, foster parent or other custodian, except as required under any other provision of law, for a period of time, as directed by the court, but not beyond the date the youth attains the age of eighteen. A youth in crisis found to be in violation of any order under this section shall not be considered to be delinquent and shall not be punished by the court by incarceration in any state-operated detention facility or correctional facility.

(d) The Judicial Department may use any funds appropriated for purposes of this chapter for costs incurred by the department or the court pursuant to this section.

Sec. 19. Subsection (a) of section 51-165 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) (1) On and after July 1, 1998, the Superior Court shall consist of one hundred eighty-one judges, including the judges of the Supreme Court and the Appellate Court, who shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomination of the Governor.

(2) On and after October 1, 1998, the Superior Court shall consist of one hundred eighty-three judges, including the judges of the Supreme Court and the Appellate Court, who shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomination of the Governor.

(3) On and after January 1, 1999, the Superior Court shall consist of one hundred eighty-six judges, including the judges of the Supreme Court and the Appellate Court, who shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomination of the Governor.

(4) On and after October 1, 1999, the Superior Court shall consist of one hundred ninety-one judges, including the judges of the Supreme Court and the Appellate Court, who shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomination of the Governor.

(5) On and after October 1, 2000, the Superior Court shall consist of one hundred ninety-six judges, including the judges of the Supreme Court and the Appellate Court, who shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomination of the Governor.

(6) On and after April 1, [2009] 2011, the Superior Court shall consist of two hundred one judges, including the judges of the Supreme Court and the Appellate Court, who shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomination of the Governor.

Sec. 20. Section 46b-120 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 10 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

The terms used in this chapter shall, in its interpretation and in the interpretation of other statutes, be defined as follows:

(1) "Child" means any person under sixteen years of age, except that (A) for purposes of delinquency matters and proceedings, "child" means any person (i) under [sixteen] eighteen years of age who has not been legally emancipated, or (ii) [sixteen] eighteen years of age or older who, prior to attaining [sixteen] eighteen years of age, has committed a delinquent act and, subsequent to attaining [sixteen] eighteen years of age, (I) violates any order of the Superior Court or any condition of probation ordered by the Superior Court with respect to such delinquency proceeding, or (II) wilfully fails to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133 with respect to such delinquency proceeding, and (B) for purposes of family with service needs matters and proceedings, child means a person under [sixteen] eighteen years of age;

(2) [(A)] "Youth" means any person sixteen or seventeen years of age who has not been legally emancipated; [, and (B) "youth in crisis" means any person sixteen or seventeen years of age who has not been legally emancipated and who, within the last two years, (i) has without just cause run away from the parental home or other properly authorized and lawful place of abode, (ii) is beyond the control of the youth's parents, guardian or other custodian, or (iii) has four unexcused absences from school in any one month or ten unexcused absences in any school year; ]

(3) "Abused" means that a child or youth (A) has been inflicted with physical injury or injuries other than by accidental means, (B) has injuries that are at variance with the history given of them, or (C) is in a condition that is the result of maltreatment, including, but not limited to, malnutrition, sexual molestation or exploitation, deprivation of necessities, emotional maltreatment or cruel punishment;

(4) A child may be found "mentally deficient" who, by reason of a deficiency of intelligence that has existed from birth or from early age, requires, or will require, for such child's protection or for the protection of others, special care, supervision and control;

(5) (A) A child may be convicted as "delinquent" who has [(A)] (i) while under sixteen years of age, violated any federal or state law or municipal or local ordinance, except an ordinance regulating behavior of a child in a family with service needs, [(B)] (ii) wilfully failed to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133, or at any other court hearing of which the child had notice, [(C)] (iii) violated any order of the Superior Court, except as provided in section 46b-148, or [(D)] (iv) violated conditions of probation as ordered by the court;

(B) A child may be convicted as "delinquent" who has (i) while sixteen or seventeen years of age, violated any federal or state law, other than (I) an infraction, (II) a violation, (III) a motor vehicle offense or violation as defined in chapter 248, or (IV) a violation of a municipal or local ordinance, (ii) wilfully failed to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133, as amended by this act, or at any other court hearing of which the child had notice, (iii) violated any order of the Superior Court, except as provided in section 46b-148, or (iv) violated conditions of probation as ordered by the court;

(6) A child or youth may be found "dependent" whose home is a suitable one for the child or youth, except for the financial inability of the child's or youth's parents, parent or guardian, or other person maintaining such home, to provide the specialized care the condition of the child or youth requires;

(7) "Family with service needs" means a family that includes a child or youth who (A) has without just cause run away from the parental home or other properly authorized and lawful place of abode, (B) is beyond the control of the child's or youth's parent, parents, guardian or other custodian, (C) has engaged in indecent or immoral conduct, (D) is a truant or habitual truant or who, while in school, has been continuously and overtly defiant of school rules and regulations, or (E) is thirteen years of age or older and has engaged in sexual intercourse with another person and such other person is thirteen years of age or older and not more than two years older or younger than such child or youth;

(8) A child or youth may be found "neglected" who (A) has been abandoned, (B) is being denied proper care and attention, physically, educationally, emotionally or morally, (C) is being permitted to live under conditions, circumstances or associations injurious to the well-being of the child or youth, or (D) has been abused;

(9) A child or youth may be found "uncared for" who is homeless or whose home cannot provide the specialized care that the physical, emotional or mental condition of the child or youth requires. For the purposes of this section, the treatment of any child or youth by an accredited Christian Science practitioner, in lieu of treatment by a licensed practitioner of the healing arts, shall not of itself constitute neglect or maltreatment;

(10) "Delinquent act" means (A) the violation by a child under the age of sixteen of any federal or state law or municipal or local ordinance, except an ordinance regulating behavior of a child in a family with service needs, (B) the violation by a child sixteen or seventeen years of age of any federal or state law, other than (i) an infraction, (ii) a violation, (iii) a motor vehicle offense or violation under chapter 248, or (iv) a violation of a municipal or local ordinance, (C) wilful failure of a child to appear in response to a summons under section 46b-133, or at any other court hearing of which the child has notice, [(C)] (D) the violation of any order of the Superior Court by a child, except as provided in section 46b-148, or [(D)] (E) the violation of conditions of probation by a child as ordered by the court;

(11) "Serious juvenile offense" means (A) the violation of, including attempt or conspiracy to violate, (i) section 21a-277, 21a-278, 29-33, 29-34, 29-35, 53-21, 53-80a, 53-202b, 53-202c, 53-390 to 53-392, inclusive, 53a-54a to 53a-56a, inclusive, 53a-59 to 53a-60c, inclusive, 53a-70 to 53a-71, inclusive, 53a-72b, 53a-86, 53a-92 to 53a-94a, inclusive, 53a-95, 53a-101, 53a-102a, 53a-103a or 53a-111 to 53a-113, inclusive, subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of section 53a-122, subdivision (3) of subsection (a) of section 53a-123, section 53a-134, 53a-135, 53a-136a, 53a-166 or 53a-167c, subsection (a) of section 53a-174, or section 53a-196a, 53a-211, 53a-212, 53a-216 or 53a-217b, by a child, or (ii) section 53a-56b or 53a-57 by a child under sixteen years of age, or (B) running away, without just cause, from any secure placement other than home while referred as a delinquent child to the Court Support Services Division or committed as a delinquent child to the Commissioner of Children and Families for a serious juvenile offense;

(12) "Serious juvenile offender" means any child convicted as delinquent for the commission of a serious juvenile offense;

(13) "Serious juvenile repeat offender" means any child charged with the commission of any felony if such child has previously been convicted as delinquent or otherwise convicted at any age for two violations of any provision of title 21a, 29, 53 or 53a that is designated as a felony;

(14) "Alcohol-dependent" means a psychoactive substance dependence on alcohol as that condition is defined in the most recent edition of the American Psychiatric Association's "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders"; and

(15) "Drug-dependent" means a psychoactive substance dependence on drugs as that condition is defined in the most recent edition of the American Psychiatric Association's "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders". No child shall be classified as drug-dependent who is dependent (A) upon a morphine-type substance as an incident to current medical treatment of a demonstrable physical disorder other than drug dependence, or (B) upon amphetamine-type, ataractic, barbiturate-type, hallucinogenic or other stimulant and depressant substances as an incident to current medical treatment of a demonstrable physical or psychological disorder, or both, other than drug dependence.

Sec. 21. Section 46b-121 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 11 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

(a) (1) Juvenile matters in the civil session include all proceedings concerning uncared-for, neglected or dependent children and youths within this state, termination of parental rights of children committed to a state agency, matters concerning families with service needs, contested matters involving termination of parental rights or removal of guardian transferred from the Probate Court and the emancipation of minors, but does not include matters of guardianship and adoption or matters affecting property rights of any child or youth over which the Probate Court has jurisdiction, except that appeals from probate concerning adoption, termination of parental rights and removal of a parent as guardian shall be included.

(2) Juvenile matters in the criminal session include all proceedings concerning delinquent children within this state and persons [sixteen] eighteen years of age and older who are under the supervision of a juvenile probation officer while on probation or a suspended commitment to the Department of Children and Families, for purposes of enforcing any court orders entered as part of such probation or suspended commitment.

(b) (1) In juvenile matters, the Superior Court shall have authority to make and enforce such orders directed to parents, including any person who acknowledges before the court paternity of a child born out of wedlock, guardians, custodians or other adult persons owing some legal duty to a child or youth therein, as the court deems necessary or appropriate to secure the welfare, protection, proper care and suitable support of a child or youth subject to the court's jurisdiction or otherwise committed to or in the custody of the Commissioner of Children and Families. The Superior Court may order a local or regional board of education to provide to the court educational records of a child or youth for the purpose of determining the need for services or placement of the child or youth. In proceedings concerning a child charged with a delinquent act or with being from a family with service needs, records produced subject to such an order shall be maintained under seal by the court and shall be released only after a hearing or with the consent of the child. Educational records obtained pursuant to this section shall be used only for dispositional purposes. In addition, with respect to proceedings concerning delinquent children, the Superior Court shall have authority to make and enforce such orders as the court deems necessary or appropriate to punish the child, deter the child from the commission of further delinquent acts, assure that the safety of any other person will not be endangered and provide restitution to any victim. The Superior Court shall also have authority to grant and enforce temporary and permanent injunctive relief in all proceedings concerning juvenile matters.

(2) If any order for the payment of money is issued by the Superior Court, including any order assessing costs issued under section 46b-134 or 46b-136, the collection of such money shall be made by the court, except orders for support of children committed to any state agency or department, which orders shall be made payable to and collected by the Department of Administrative Services. If the Superior Court after due diligence is unable to collect such moneys within six months, the court shall refer such case to the Department of Administrative Services for collection as a delinquent account. In juvenile matters, the Superior Court shall have authority to make and enforce orders directed to persons liable hereunder on petition of the Department of Administrative Services made to the court in the same manner as is provided in section 17b-745, in accordance with the provisions of section 17b-81 or 17b-223, subsection (b) of section 17b-179 or section 17a-90, 46b-129 or 46b-130, and all of the provisions of section 17b-745 shall be applicable to such proceedings. Any judge hearing a juvenile matter may make any other order in connection therewith that a judge of the Superior Court is authorized to grant and such order shall have the same force and effect as any other order of the Superior Court. In the enforcement of the court's orders, in connection with any juvenile matter, the court may issue process for the arrest of any person, compel attendance of witnesses and punish for contempt by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or imprisonment not exceeding six months.

Sec. 22. Subsection (c) of section 46b-127 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 12 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

(c) Upon the effectuation of the transfer, such child shall stand trial and be sentenced, if convicted, as if such child were [sixteen] eighteen years of age. Such child shall receive credit against any sentence imposed for time served in a juvenile facility prior to the effectuation of the transfer. A child who has been transferred may enter a guilty plea to a lesser offense if the court finds that such plea is made knowingly and voluntarily. Any child transferred to the regular criminal docket who pleads guilty to a lesser offense shall not resume such child's status as a juvenile regarding such offense. If the action is dismissed or nolled or if such child is found not guilty of the charge for which such child was transferred or of any lesser included offenses, the child shall resume such child's status as a juvenile until such child attains the age of [sixteen] eighteen years.

Sec. 23. Subsection (f) of section 46b-133c of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 13 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

(f) Whenever a proceeding has been designated a serious juvenile repeat offender prosecution pursuant to subsection (b) of this section and the child does not waive such child's right to a trial by jury, the court shall transfer the case from the docket for juvenile matters to the regular criminal docket of the Superior Court. Upon transfer, such child shall stand trial and be sentenced, if convicted, as if such child were [sixteen] eighteen years of age, except that no such child shall be placed in a correctional facility but shall be maintained in a facility for children and youths until such child attains [sixteen] eighteen years of age or until such child is sentenced, whichever occurs first. Such child shall receive credit against any sentence imposed for time served in a juvenile facility prior to the effectuation of the transfer. A child who has been transferred may enter a guilty plea to a lesser offense if the court finds that such plea is made knowingly and voluntarily. Any child transferred to the regular criminal docket who pleads guilty to a lesser offense shall not resume such child's status as a juvenile regarding such offense. If the action is dismissed or nolled or if such child is found not guilty of the charge for which such child was transferred, the child shall resume such child's status as a juvenile until such child attains [sixteen] eighteen years of age.

Sec. 24. Subsection (f) of section 46b-133d of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 14 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

(f) When a proceeding has been designated a serious sexual offender prosecution pursuant to subsection (c) of this section and the child does not waive the right to a trial by jury, the court shall transfer the case from the docket for juvenile matters to the regular criminal docket of the Superior Court. Upon transfer, such child shall stand trial and be sentenced, if convicted, as if such child were [sixteen] eighteen years of age, except that no such child shall be placed in a correctional facility but shall be maintained in a facility for children and youths until such child attains [sixteen] eighteen years of age or until such child is sentenced, whichever occurs first. Such child shall receive credit against any sentence imposed for time served in a juvenile facility prior to the effectuation of the transfer. A child who has been transferred may enter a guilty plea to a lesser offense if the court finds that such plea is made knowingly and voluntarily. Any child transferred to the regular criminal docket who pleads guilty to a lesser offense shall not resume such child's status as a juvenile regarding such offense. If the action is dismissed or nolled or if such child is found not guilty of the charge for which such child was transferred, the child shall resume such child's status as a juvenile until such child attains [sixteen] eighteen years of age.

Sec. 25. Section 46b-137 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 15 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

(a) Any admission, confession or statement, written or oral, made by a child under the age of sixteen to a police officer or Juvenile Court official shall be inadmissible in any proceeding concerning the alleged delinquency of the child making such admission, confession or statement unless made by such child in the presence of the child's parent or parents or guardian and after the parent or parents or guardian and child have been advised (1) of the child's right to retain counsel, or if unable to afford counsel, to have counsel appointed on the child's behalf, (2) of the child's right to refuse to make any statements, and (3) that any statements the child makes may be introduced into evidence against the child.

(b) Any admission, confession or statement, written or oral, made by a child sixteen or seventeen years of age to a police officer or Juvenile Court official shall be inadmissible in any proceeding concerning the alleged delinquency of the child making such admission, confession or statement, unless (1) the police or Juvenile Court official has made reasonable efforts to contact a parent or guardian of the child, and (2) such child has been advised that (A) the child has the right to contact a parent or guardian and to have a parent or guardian present during any interview, (B) the child has the right to retain counsel or, if unable to afford counsel, to have counsel appointed on behalf of the child, (C) the child has the right to refuse to make any statement, and (D) any statement the child makes may be introduced into evidence against the child.

(c) The admissibility of any admission, confession or statement, written or oral, made by a child sixteen or seventeen years of age to a police officer or Juvenile Court official shall be determined by considering the totality of the circumstances at the time of the making of such admission, confession or statement. When determining the admissibility of such admission, confession or statement, the court shall consider (1) the age, experience, education, background and intelligence of the child, (2) the capacity of the child to understand the advice concerning rights and warnings required under subdivision (2) of subsection (b) of this section, the nature of the privilege against self-incrimination under the United States and Connecticut Constitutions, and the consequences of waiving such rights and privilege, (3) the opportunity the child had to speak with a parent, guardian or some other suitable individual prior to or while making such admission, confession or statement, and (4) the circumstances surrounding the making of the admission, confession or statement, including, but not limited to, (A) when and where the admission, confession or statement was made, (B) the reasonableness of proceeding, or the need to proceed, without a parent or guardian present, and (C) the reasonableness of efforts by the police or Juvenile Court official to attempt to contact a parent or guardian.

[(b)] (d) Any confession, admission or statement, written or oral, made by the parent or parents or guardian of the child or youth after the filing of a petition alleging such child or youth to be neglected, uncared-for or dependent, shall be inadmissible in any proceeding held upon such petition against the person making such admission or statement unless such person shall have been advised of the person's right to retain counsel, and that if the person is unable to afford counsel, counsel will be appointed to represent the person, that the person has a right to refuse to make any statement and that any statements the person makes may be introduced in evidence against the person.

Sec. 26. Section 46b-146 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 16 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

Whenever any child has been convicted as delinquent, has been adjudicated a member of a family with service needs or has signed a statement of responsibility admitting to having committed a delinquent act, and has subsequently been discharged from the supervision of the Superior Court or from the custody of the Department of Children and Families or from the care of any other institution or agency to whom the child has been committed by the court, such child, or the child's parent or guardian, may file a petition with the Superior Court. If such court finds (1) that at least two years or, in the case of a child convicted as delinquent for the commission of a serious juvenile offense, four years have elapsed from the date of such discharge, (2) that no subsequent juvenile proceeding or adult criminal proceeding is pending against such child, (3) that such child has not been convicted of a delinquent act that would constitute a felony or misdemeanor if committed by an adult during such two-year or four-year period, (4) that such child has not been convicted as an adult of a felony or misdemeanor during such two-year or four-year period, and (5) that such child has reached [sixteen] eighteen years of age, the court shall order all police and court records pertaining to such child to be erased. Upon the entry of such an erasure order, all references including arrest, complaint, referrals, petitions, reports and orders, shall be removed from all agency, official and institutional files, and a finding of delinquency or that the child was a member of a family with service needs shall be deemed never to have occurred. The persons in charge of such records shall not disclose to any person information pertaining to the record so erased, except that the fact of such erasure may be substantiated where, in the opinion of the court, it is in the best interests of such child to do so. No child who has been the subject of such an erasure order shall be deemed to have been arrested ab initio, within the meaning of the general statutes, with respect to proceedings so erased. Copies of the erasure order shall be sent to all persons, agencies, officials or institutions known to have information pertaining to the delinquency or family with service needs proceedings affecting such child. Whenever a child is dismissed as not delinquent or as not being a member of a family with service needs, all police and court records pertaining to such charge shall be ordered erased immediately, without the filing of a petition. Nothing in this section shall prohibit the court from granting a petition to erase a child's records on a showing of good cause, after a hearing, before the time when such records could be erased.

Sec. 27. Subsection (c) of section 10-19m of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by section 17 of this act, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2012):

(c) The Commissioner of Education shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, establishing minimum standards for such youth service bureaus and the criteria for qualifying for state cost-sharing grants, including, but not limited to, allowable sources of funds covering the local share of the costs of operating such bureaus, acceptable in-kind contributions and application procedures. Said commissioner shall, on December 1, 1979, and annually thereafter, report to the General Assembly on the referral or diversion of children under the age of [sixteen] eighteen years from the juvenile justice system and [on the referral or diversion of children aged sixteen, seventeen or eighteen years from] the court system. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, the number of times any child is so diverted, the number of children diverted, the type of service provided to any such child, by whom such child was diverted, the ages of the children diverted and such other information and statistics as the General Assembly may request from time to time. Any such report shall contain no identifying information about any particular child.

Sec. 28. (NEW) (Effective from passage) Sections 46b-120 and 46b-121, subsection (c) of section 46b-127, subsection (f) of section 46b-133c, subsection (f) of section 46b-133d, sections 46b-137 and 46b-146, subsection (c) of section 10-19m, and section 46b-150f of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes, as amended by sections 10 to 18, inclusive, and 20 to 27, inclusive, of this act, do not affect any proceeding commenced on or after January 1, 2010, but prior to the effective date of this section.

Sec. 29. (Effective from passage) Section 123 of public act 07-4 of the June special session, as amended by section 81 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, shall take effect July 1, 2012.

Sec. 30. (Effective from passage) The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, in consultation with the State Treasurer, shall, on or before October 1, 2010, and annually thereafter, submit a report, in accordance with section 11-4a of the general statutes, to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to finance, revenue and bonding. Such report shall (1) identify each item of authorization for general obligation bonds of the state that was enacted prior to January first in the year five years prior to the year of the report, and that has not appeared on an agenda of the State Bond Commission, and (2) recommend cancellation of such items, where prudent and appropriate. Prior to January 1, 2010, and annually thereafter, said joint standing committee shall meet to consider the recommendations included in such report.

Sec. 31. (Effective from passage) The chairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to finance, revenue and capital bonding shall, in consultation with the president pro tempore of the Senate, the speaker of the House of Representatives, the majority leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives, and the minority leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives, develop criteria to be considered prior to the inclusion of any item in a general obligation bond authorization. Such criteria may include, but need not be limited to, an item's (1) promotion of job growth and economic development, (2) impact on certain critical state services in the areas of public safety, transportation, public health and technology, (3) impact on alternative energy sources, including fuel cell technology, (4) contribution to government efficiency, and (5) relative importance, when compared to other items being considered.

Sec. 32. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) There is established a Commission for Minority and Protected Class Citizens that shall consist of the following members who shall be appointed as follows: (1) One by the Governor, who shall have expertise in the field of African-American affairs; (2) one by the president pro tempore of the Senate, who shall have expertise in the field of children and youth development; (3) one by the majority leader of the Senate, who shall have expertise in issues affecting the elderly; (4) one by the minority leader of the Senate, who shall have expertise in the field of issues affecting women; (5) one by the speaker of the House of Representatives, who shall have expertise in the field of Latino and Puerto Rican affairs; (6) one by the majority leader of the House of Representatives, who shall be a member of the public; and (7) one by the minority leader of the House of Representatives, who shall have expertise in the field of Asian Pacific American affairs. All members appointed under this subsection shall serve for terms of two years from January first in the year of their appointment. The commission shall elect a chairperson and a vice-chairperson from among its members. Any person absent from (A) three consecutive meetings of the commission, or (B) fifty per cent of such meetings during any calendar year shall be deemed to have resigned from the commission, effective immediately. Vacancies on the commission shall be filled by the appointing authority. Members of the commission shall serve without compensation but shall, within the limits of available funds, be reimbursed for expenses necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties. The commission shall meet as often as deemed necessary by the chairperson or a majority of the commission.

(b) The commission, within available appropriations, shall:

(1) Develop a plan prior to the beginning of each legislative session that outlines the commission's priorities for the session and strategies to accomplish each priority;

(2) Work in consultation with the respective state agency to develop plans and programs that address each of the following areas as they affect children, the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community, including, but not limited to: (A) Access to health care, (B) housing, (C) job training, (D) access to the legal system, (E) mental health and addiction services, (F) economic development, (G) workplace justice and equality, (H) immigration, (I) education, (J) English language instruction, (K) international trade, and (L) economic cooperation with Asian, African and Latin American countries;

(3) In consultation with the joint committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to legislative management, establish a plan of short-term and long-term initiatives based on the needs of children, the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community;

(4) Review, comment and testify on any proposed state legislation and regulations that would affect children, the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community;

(5) Advise and provide information to the Governor and the General Assembly on the state's policies concerning children, the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community;

(6) Advise the Governor and the General Assembly concerning the coordination and administration of state programs serving children, the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community;

(7) Maintain a liaison between children, the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community and governmental entities, including, but not limited to, the General Assembly;

(8) Promote the political empowerment of the elderly, women, the African-American community, the Latino and Puerto Rican community and the Asian Pacific American community through voter registration, voting rights and citizenship training;

(9) Support the state's efforts to develop international trade and cross-border economic cooperation with the countries of Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Pacific Rim;

(10) Support state efforts to develop effective foreign language and cultural programs for educational and economic development purposes;

(11) Encourage female, elderly, African-American, Latino and Puerto Rican and Asian Pacific American representation at all levels of state government, including state boards and commissions, and support the development of such representatives in addition to maintaining an accessible list of prospective appointees who are members of such communities;

(12) Secure appropriate recognition of the accomplishments and contributions of women, the elderly, the African-American, the Latino and Puerto Rican and the Asian Pacific American communities of the state; and

(13) Prepare and submit to the Governor and General Assembly an annual report concerning its activities with any appropriate recommendations concerning children, women, the elderly and the African-American, Latino and Puerto Rican and Asian Pacific American populations of the state.

(c) The commission may use such funds as may be available from federal, state or other sources and may enter into contracts to carry out the purposes of this section.

(d) The commission shall consist of the following six divisions: (1) The Children's Affairs Division, (2) the Elderly Affairs Division, (3) the Women's Affairs Division, (4) the African-American Affairs Division, (5) the Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Division, and (6) the Asian Pacific American Affairs Division.

(e) The commission may, within available appropriations and subject to the provisions of chapter 67 of the general statutes, employ two staff members for each division of the commission and may employ an executive director.

(f) The commission shall constitute a successor agency to the Commission on Aging, the Commission on Children, the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women, the Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission, the African-American Affairs Commission and the Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission, in accordance with the provisions of sections 4-38d and 4-39 of the general statutes.

(g) The commission shall be part of the Legislative Department.

Sec. 33. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Division of Special Revenue shall be consolidated into the Department of Revenue Services. On or before June 1, 2010, the executive director of said division and the commissioner of said department, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said division and said department, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 34. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Department of Transportation and the Department of Public Works shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure. On or before June 1, 2010, the commissioners of said departments, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said departments, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 35. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Departments of Environmental Protection and Agriculture and the Board of Firearms Permit Examiners shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Environmental Protection and Agriculture. On or before June 1, 2010, the commissioners of said departments and the chairman of said board, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said departments and said board, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 36. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Departments of Public Health, Social Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services, Developmental Services and Children and Families, the Commission on the Deaf and Hearing Impaired, and the Psychiatric Security Review Board shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Human Services. On or before June 1, 2010, the commissioners of said departments, the executive director of said commission, and a designee of said board, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said departments and said board, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 37. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Departments of Education and Higher Education, the Board of Education and Services for the Blind, the Commission for Educational Technology, and the State Library Board shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Education. On or before June 1, 2010, the commissioners of said departments, the executive director of the Board of Education and Services for the Blind, and the chairpersons of the Commission for Educational Technology and the State Library Board, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said departments, said boards and said commission, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 38. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Teachers' Retirement Board shall be consolidated into the office of the State Treasurer. On or before June 1, 2010, a designee of said board and the State Treasurer, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said board and said office, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 39. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Department of Administrative Services, the State Properties Review Board, the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Workers' Compensation Commission, and the State Contracting Standards Board shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Administrative Services. On or before June 1, 2010, the commissioner of said department and the Workers' Compensation Commission, the chairpersons of said boards, and the executive director of the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said department, boards and commissions, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 40. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Departments of Public Safety and Emergency Management and Homeland Security, the Commission on Medicolegal Investigations, the Office of the Victim Advocate, and the Commission on Child Protection shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Public Safety. On or before June 1, 2010, the commissioners of said departments, the chairpersons of said commissions and said board, and the Victim Advocate, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said departments, commissions, office and board, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 41. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, the Connecticut Development Authority, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, the Department of Economic and Community Development and the Labor Department shall be consolidated into one agency to be named the Department of Economic Development. On or before June 1, 2010, the executive directors of said agencies and the commissioners of said departments, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said agencies and departments, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 42. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the State Board of Accountancy shall be consolidated into the Department of Consumer Protection. On or before June 1, 2010, the chairperson of said board and the commissioner of said department, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management and the Department of Administrative Services, shall report to the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes, with recommendations for (1) aligning the functions and services of said board and said department, and (2) statutory changes necessary to complete such consolidation.

Sec. 43. (Effective from passage) (a) The Legislative Commissioners' Office shall make such technical and conforming changes as necessary to carry out the purposes of sections 32 to 42, inclusive, of this act.

(b) The consolidations required in sections 32 to 42, inclusive, of this act shall be completed so as to achieve ten million dollars in savings in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 44. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) The Comptroller shall pay all wages to state employees, as defined in section 5-196 of the general statutes, using a direct deposit system. All employees hired on or after July 1, 2010, and all employees hired before July 1, 2010, and not currently participating in the direct deposit system, shall identify on or before October 1, 2010, a bank or Connecticut or federal credit union, as defined in section 36a-2 of the general statutes, that will serve as a personal depository agent for the employee.

(b) (1) On or before July 1, 2010, the Comptroller, in consultation with the Chief Information Officer of the Department of Information Technology, shall develop and implement a computer program making all wage, tax and benefit information required by state or federal law to be provided to state employees along with any payment of wages available to such employees at a secure location on the Comptroller's Internet web site. Such program shall maintain the privacy of each employee's information.

(2) Notwithstanding section 31-13a of the general statutes and except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, after July 1, 2010, no state employee shall be entitled to receive a printed pay statement with any payment of wages, provided all wage, tax and benefit information required by state or federal law to be provided to such employee along with any payment of wages is available on the Comptroller's Internet web site pursuant to subsection (a) of this section.

(c) The Comptroller shall waive the requirements of subsection (a) of this section as to a state employee: (1) At the request of an agency, as defined in section 5-196 of the general statutes, provided the employee is employed in a temporary position, as defined in section 5-196 of the general statutes, or in seasonal or intermittent state service, or (2) at the request of the employee, provided such employee submits a written application to the Comptroller, or his or her designee, identifying extraordinary needs or circumstances that would prevent the employee from participating in the direct deposit system or from accessing the employee's wage, tax and benefit information on the Comptroller's Internet web site, and the Comptroller deems such extraordinary needs or circumstances appropriate. Any employee, who is given a waiver of the requirements pursuant to this subsection, shall be required to submit to periodic review by the Comptroller, or his or her designee, to determine if the waiver is still appropriate. The Comptroller, or his or her designee, shall revoke all waivers deemed no longer appropriate.

Sec. 45. (Effective from passage) All active and retired state employees included in any prevailing bargaining unit contract and managers, confidential employees, unclassified employees, appointed officials and employees, other such nonrepresented employees and employees of boards and commissions shall be subject to the health care coverage provisions contained in the agreement between the State of Connecticut and the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) ratified May 8, 2009, and subject to House Resolution 31 and Senate Resolution 28 of the January, 2009 session, provided any such active or retired employee fulfills any obligation or condition required for such coverage under said agreement, including, but not limited to, Article II. A. , B. , C. , D. and E. of said agreement.

Sec. 46. (Effective from passage) (a) There shall be an Early Retirement Incentive Program, as described in this section, offered to full-time and part-time employees who are members of the retirement systems and program identified in subsection (b) of this section, in addition to such retirement systems and program.

(b) The following members shall be eligible to participate in the Early Retirement Incentive Program:

(1) Full-time and part-time state employees who are included in any prevailing bargaining unit contract and managers, confidential employees, unclassified employees, appointed officials and employees, other such nonrepresented employees and employees of boards and commissions, except that elected officials shall not be included solely on the basis of their elected office, and who:

(A) Were at least fifty-two years of age on or before January 1, 2010;

(B) Are on active status on the payroll on the day prior to retirement;

(C) Have at least ten years of actual state service in the state employees retirement system, which shall consist of time worked and may not include purchased service credits or credits transferred from another employer;

(D) Retire directly from employment and begin immediately receiving normal or early retirement benefits under Tier I, Tier II or Tier IIA;

(E) Retire with an effective date of retirement of July 1, 2010; and

(F) Are not employees of state-aided institutions, as defined in section 5-175 of the general statutes, quasi-public agencies, operators of vending stands covered by section 5-175a of the general statutes, teachers at E. O. Smith School, elected officials or employees of the United States Purchasing and Finance Office, except that employees of the Connecticut Lottery Corporation who (i) are not members of the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition bargaining units, (ii) were classified state employees at the Division of Special Revenue, and (iii) are employed by the Connecticut Lottery Corporation shall be eligible for the Early Retirement Incentive Program.

(2) Full-time state employees who are eligible for hazardous duty retirement, but not included in any prevailing bargaining unit contract, regardless of age, and who:

(A) Are on active status on the payroll on the day prior to retirement;

(B) Have a minimum of twenty years of actual hazardous duty state service in the state employees retirement system;

(C) Retire directly from employment and begin immediately receiving normal retirement benefits; and

(D) Retire with an effective date of retirement of July 1, 2010.

(3) Members of the teachers' retirement system who:

(A) Are on active status on the payroll on the day prior to retirement;

(B) Were at least fifty-two years of age on or before January 1, 2010;

(C) Retire directly from employment and begin immediately receiving retirement benefits under the teachers' retirement system; and

(D) Retire with an effective date of retirement of July 1, 2010.

(4) Members of the alternate retirement program who:

(A) Are on active status on the payroll on the day prior to retirement;

(B) Will be at least fifty-five years of age on or before January 1, 2010;

(C) Have at least ten years of actual state service;

(D) Retire directly from employment; and

(E) Retire with an effective date of retirement of July 1, 2010.

(c) Eligible employees who are members of the state employees retirement system who retire in accordance with the terms of the Early Retirement Incentive Program shall be permitted to add up to three years to age.

(d) (1) For purposes of this section, "full-time state employee" means a state employee who works thirty-five or more hours per week in a full-time position, and "part-time state employee" means a state employee who works a minimum of seventeen and one-half hours per week for more than five months per year.

(2) Actual paid wages, not projected wages, shall be used in all benefit calculations. Furlough days or the equivalent shall be treated as voluntary schedule reductions pursuant to section 5-248c of the general statutes and wage credit for such days shall be in accordance with practice in effect on the effective date of this section. Accrued vacation days at the date of retirement shall be credited in accordance with practice in effect on the effective date of this section.

(3) Disability retirement and employees eligible for terminated vested retirement benefits are excluded from this program.

(e) (1) An eligible employee participating in the Early Retirement Incentive Program shall be eligible for payment of accrued and unused vacation and sick leave in accordance with rules in effect on the effective date of this section, modified as follows: One-third of the amount owed an employee shall be paid in July of 2013, one-third in July of 2014, and one-third in July 2015.

(2) The state may, at its option, make the payment specified in subdivision (1) of this subsection in one installment on or before July 1, 2013, if the amount of the payment is less than two thousand dollars.

(3) A constituent unit of the state system of higher education may, at its option and from its own funds, on a case-by-case basis, make the payment specified in subdivision (1) of this subsection in one installment at any time.

(f) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2011, and June 30, 2012, up to fifty per cent of positions vacated in any employer unit as a result of the Early Retirement Incentive Program may be refilled, provided, of the positions refilled, at least seventy per cent must be positions classified as essential positions and not more than thirty per cent may be positions classified as nonessential positions.

Sec. 47. (Effective from passage) On or before October 15, 2010, and June 15, 2012, the Commissioner of Administrative Services, in consultation with the State Comptroller, shall report on savings realized from implementation of the Early Retirement Incentive Program. The report shall include the number of participants, both union and nonunion, in the program, the savings achieved by each agency as a result of the program, and the offset to such savings due to the refill of positions vacated by program participants.

Sec. 48. (Effective from passage) The Department of Administrative Services shall, in consultation with each state agency, review the feasibility of implementing a four-day work week for the employees of each state agency, provided such employees would continue to work the same total amount of hours per week. If the Department of Administrative Services and state agency determine that such implementation is feasible, the Department of Administrative Services shall assist the agency in implementing such four-day work week. For the purposes of this section, "state agency" means any department, board, council, commission, institution or other executive branch agency of state government.

Sec. 49. (Effective from passage) (a) On or before July 1, 2010, the Chief Information Officer shall develop and implement a plan to consolidate the information technology functions of the constituent units of the state system of higher education.

(b) On or before July 1, 2010, the Chief Information Officer of the Department of Information Technology shall develop and implement a plan to save five million dollars in information technology costs in the current biennium that provides for (1) the consolidation of information technology functions of state agencies, as defined in section 4d-1 of the general statutes, and for such functions to be performed by the Department of Information Technology; and (2) said department to host, maintain, store and provide other services related to information technology equipment for such agencies.

(c) Any savings realized under subsection (b) of this section to an appropriated fund other than the General Fund shall be transferred and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year in which such saving is achieved.

Sec. 50. (Effective from passage) (a) On or before July 1, 2010, the Commissioner of Public Works and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, or said commissioner or secretary's designee, shall evaluate the state's need for and utilization of leased office space for all state agencies throughout the state, the Judicial Department, the Division of Criminal Justice, the Public Defender Services Commission and institutions, and shall develop and implement a plan, which shall include the expedited renegotiation of current leases as necessary, for consolidating state employees and state facilities and equipment to achieve efficiencies resulting in a reduction of at least six million four hundred thousand dollars of the current cost to the state of leasing office space for all state agencies, the Judicial Department, the Division of Criminal Justice, the Public Defender Services Commission and institutions.

(b) Any savings realized under subsection (a) of this section to an appropriated fund other than the General Fund shall be transferred and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year in which such saving is achieved.

Sec. 51. Subsection (h) of section 9 of public act 09-2, as amended by section 49 of public act 09-7 of the September special session, is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(h) Not later than February 1, 2010, the commission shall submit an initial report identifying subjects for further study to the Governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a of the general statutes. Not later than [December 31, 2010] July 1, 2010, the commission shall submit a full report on its findings and recommendations to the Governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives, [and] the president pro tempore of the Senate, the majority and minority leaders of the House of Representatives and the majority and minority leaders of the Senate, in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a. The commission shall terminate on December 31, 2011. On and after the effective date of this section until the date the commission submits the full report on its findings and recommendations, the commission shall meet not less than biweekly.

Sec. 52. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) The Department of Motor Vehicles shall consolidate various full service and satellite branch offices beginning July 1, 2010.

(b) Notwithstanding chapter 62 of the general statutes:

(1) The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall begin procedures to privatize services including (A) renewals of passenger registrations, as defined in section 14-1 of the general statutes, and (B) noncommercial motor vehicle operators' licenses to achieve the reduction in expenditures specified in subsection (c) of this section;

(2) The Commissioner of Environmental Protection, or its successor agency, shall begin procedures to privatize maintenance services for state parks, forests and boat launches;

(3) The Commissioners of Developmental Services and Children and Families, or their successor agencies, shall begin procedures to privatize services at (A) Riverview Hospital for Children and Youth, (B) state-operated, community-based residential facilities, including, but not limited to, boarding houses, transitional facilities, group homes, community training homes, halfway houses and supervised apartments, and (C) any other state-operated facility under either agency's supervision, to achieve the reduction in expenditures specified in subsection (c) of this section.

(c) Such privatization of services set forth in subsection (b) of this section shall be completed on or before July 1, 2010, and, together with the contracts for supervision of inmates outside the state entered into pursuant to subsection (a) of section 18-86b of the general statutes, as amended by this act, shall reduce expenditures by twenty million dollars for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 53. Section 10a-40 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The amount of the annual appropriation to be allocated to each independent college or university shall be determined by its actual full-time equivalent enrollment of Connecticut undergraduate students during the fall semester of the fiscal year two years prior to the grant year. The number of eligible undergraduate Connecticut students under sections 10a-36 to 10a-42a, inclusive, shall be determined by the board but the awards based upon such computation shall not exceed the total available appropriation. Each participating college shall expend all of the moneys received under this program as direct financial assistance for grants for educational expenses and student employment to Connecticut undergraduate students. Direct financial assistance does not include loans to Connecticut students which must be repaid to the college at some future date. For each fiscal year a minimum of ten per cent of the total institutional state student financial aid which exceeds the amount appropriated to each independent institution for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1987, shall be used for student financial aid for needy minority students in accordance with the board of governors' plan for racial and ethnic diversity under section 10a-11. For each fiscal year a minimum of five per cent of the total amount of state student financial aid appropriated to each institution which exceeds the amount received by each institution for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1988, shall be used for on-campus or off-campus community service work-study placements. Participating independent colleges and universities shall provide the Department of Higher Education with data and reports necessary to administer the program and shall maintain, for a period of not less than three years, records substantiating the reported number of full-time equivalent Connecticut students and documentation utilized by the college or university in determining eligibility of the Connecticut independent college student grant recipients. Such records shall be subject to audit. Funds not obligated by a college or university shall be returned by January fifteenth of the fiscal year of the grant to the Department of Higher Education for reallocation to other institutions participating in this program. Except as provided in this section any funds so returned by a college or university shall be redistributed to all other independent colleges and universities participating in the program in accordance with the formula set forth in this section using the most recent enrollment data available to the Board of Governors of Higher Education. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, the Department of Higher Education shall total the amount of funds returned by all independent colleges and universities and (1) if such total amount is five hundred thousand dollars or less, the department shall not redistribute the funds, and (2) if such total amount is greater than five hundred thousand dollars, the department shall redistribute an amount equal to the difference between such total amount and five hundred thousand dollars.

(b) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, and each fiscal year thereafter, no annual appropriation for the purposes of sections 10a-36 to 10a-42a, inclusive, shall be made to any independent college or university with a general endowment fund in excess of one hundred fifty million dollars.

Sec. 54. (Effective from passage) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, there shall be no passenger rate increase for the Metro North-New Haven Line unless such rate increase is approved prior to the effective date of this section.

Sec. 55. (Effective from passage) (a) Pursuant to section V of the agreement between the State of Connecticut and the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) approved by the General Assembly on May 15, 2009, which requires the parties to negotiate additional savings in the event that projected revenue from all sources to the General Fund and Special Transportation Fund is three hundred million dollars or more below that in the final adopted budget and the Governor exercises any rescission authority, the state shall negotiate additional concessions totaling one hundred fifty million dollars or more that may include, but not be limited to, (1) additional furlough days, (2) elimination of longevity payments, (3) layoffs resulting from the consolidation, merger, closure or elimination of state agencies, offices, departments or programs, (4) increases in copayments for prescription drugs, office visits and hospitalizations, (5) increased contributions for health insurance, (6) conversion of the defined benefit state employees' pension plan to a defined contribution pension plan, (7) substitution of health savings accounts for current insurance plans, (8) reduction in the number of paid holidays, (9) reduction in the number of allowable accrued vacation days, (10) a wage freeze, and (11) wage reductions.

(b) If the concessions negotiated in subsection (a) of this section total less than one hundred fifty million dollars, the state's contribution to the state employees retirement system may be reduced by one hundred fifty million dollars for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 56. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, no state agency shall have more than one deputy commissioner position.

Sec. 57. (Effective from passage) On and after the effective date of this section, no public official or state employee, other than the Governor, shall be entitled to a driver at state expense.

Sec. 58. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-8 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the members and officers of the General Assembly shall receive salaries that are ten per cent less than the salaries specified in said section 2-8.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-2 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor shall receive salaries that are ten per cent less than the salaries specified in said section 3-2.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-11 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the Treasurer shall receive a salary that is ten per cent less than the salary specified in said section 3-11.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-77 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the Secretary of the State shall receive a salary that is ten per cent less than the salary specified in said section 3-77.

(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-111 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the Comptroller shall receive a salary that is ten per cent less than the salary specified in said section 3-111.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3-124 of the general statutes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the Attorney General shall receive a salary that is ten per cent less than the salary specified in said section 3-124.

(g) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, the commissioners of state agencies and the executive directors of boards and commissions shall receive salaries in amounts that are ten per cent less than the amounts of the salaries they received for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.

Sec. 59. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-15 of the general statutes, no member of the General Assembly shall receive any transportation allowance during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

(b) No member of the General Assembly or legislative employee shall receive payment from the state for any expenses associated with or resulting from attendance at any conference or other meeting in this state or another state or for any other travel related expense during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 60. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-15a of the general statutes, no member of the General Assembly shall be entitled to any unsolicited mailings at the expense of the state during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 61. Section 4a-60b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) For the purposes of this section:

(1) "Reverse auction" means an on-line bidding process in which qualified bidders or qualified proposers, anonymous to each other, submit bids or proposals to provide goods, services or supplies pursuant to an invitation to bid or request for proposals; [and]

(2) "Contracting agency" means a state agency with statutory authority to award contracts for goods, services or supplies, or a political subdivision of the state or school district; and

(3) "Services" means any professional services or other service arrangements, other than construction or construction management services, where such services are provided by persons other than employees of the state, a political subdivision of the state or a school district.

(b) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, whenever a contracting agency determines that the use of a reverse auction is advantageous to the contracting agency and will ensure a competitive contract award, the contracting agency may use a reverse auction to award a contract for goods, services or supplies, in accordance with any applicable requirement of the general statutes and policies of the contracting agency. The contracting agency may contract with a third party to prepare and manage any such reverse auction.

Sec. 62. Section 4a-53a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The Commissioner of Administrative Services may serve as the contracting agent for a group of three or more municipalities that seek to purchase supplies, materials, [or] equipment or services, upon the request of such group of municipalities, provided (1) the commissioner determines that the municipalities will achieve a cost savings through the commissioner serving as the contracting agent, and (2) such cost savings are greater than the administrative costs to the state for the commissioner serving as the contracting agent. As the contracting agent for such a group of municipalities, the Commissioner of Administrative Services may perform administrative functions in accordance with state procurement laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, the following: Issuing requests for bids or proposals, selecting the successful bidder based on competitive bidding or competitive negotiation and administering any contracts for such purchases. Nothing in this section shall be construed to require the state to be a party to any such contract entered into pursuant to this section.

Sec. 63. Subsection (g) of section 10-233c of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(g) On and after July 1, [2010] 2012, suspensions pursuant to this section shall be in-school suspensions, unless during the hearing held pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the administration determines that the pupil being suspended poses such a danger to persons or property or such a disruption of the educational process that the pupil shall be excluded from school during the period of suspension. An in-school suspension may be served in the school that the pupil attends, or in any school building under the jurisdiction of the local or regional board of education, as determined by such board.

Sec. 64. Section 1-225 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) The meetings of all public agencies, except executive sessions, as defined in subdivision (6) of section 1-200, shall be open to the public. The votes of each member of any such public agency upon any issue before such public agency shall be reduced to writing and made available for public inspection within forty-eight hours and shall also be recorded in the minutes of the session at which taken. [Within] Not later than seven days [of] after the date of the session to which such minutes refer, such minutes shall be available for public inspection and posted on such public agency's Internet web site, if available, except that no public agency of a political subdivision of the state shall be required to post such minutes on an Internet web site. Each [such] public agency shall make, keep and maintain a record of the proceedings of its meetings.

(b) Each such public agency of the state shall file not later than January thirty-first of each year in the office of the Secretary of the State the schedule of the regular meetings of such public agency for the ensuing year and shall post such schedule on such public agency's Internet web site, if available, except that such requirements shall not apply to the General Assembly, either house thereof or to any committee thereof. Any other provision of the Freedom of Information Act notwithstanding, the General Assembly at the commencement of each regular session in the odd-numbered years, shall adopt, as part of its joint rules, rules to provide notice to the public of its regular, special, emergency or interim committee meetings. The chairperson or secretary of any such public agency of any political subdivision of the state shall file, not later than January thirty-first of each year, with the clerk of such subdivision the schedule of regular meetings of such public agency for the ensuing year, and no such meeting of any such public agency shall be held sooner than thirty days after such schedule has been filed. The chief executive officer of any multitown district or agency shall file, not later than January thirty-first of each year, with the clerk of each municipal member of such district or agency, the schedule of regular meetings of such public agency for the ensuing year, and no such meeting of any such public agency shall be held sooner than thirty days after such schedule has been filed.

(c) The agenda of the regular meetings of every public agency, except for the General Assembly, shall be available to the public and shall be filed, not less than twenty-four hours before the meetings to which they refer, (1) in such agency's regular office or place of business, and (2) in the office of the Secretary of the State for any such public agency of the state, in the office of the clerk of such subdivision for any public agency of a political subdivision of the state or in the office of the clerk of each municipal member of any multitown district or agency. For any such public agency of the state, such agenda shall be posted on the public agency's and the Secretary of the State's web sites. Upon the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members of a public agency present and voting, any subsequent business not included in such filed agendas may be considered and acted upon at such meetings.

(d) Notice of each special meeting of every public agency, except for the General Assembly, either house thereof or any committee thereof, shall be posted not less than twenty-four hours before the meeting to which such notice refers on the public agency's Internet web site, if available, and given not less than twenty-four hours prior to the time of such meeting by filing a notice of the time and place thereof in the office of the Secretary of the State for any such public agency of the state, in the office of the clerk of such subdivision for any public agency of a political subdivision of the state and in the office of the clerk of each municipal member for any multitown district or agency. The secretary or clerk shall cause any notice received under this section to be posted in his office. Such notice shall be given not less than twenty-four hours prior to the time of the special meeting; provided, in case of emergency, except for the General Assembly, either house thereof or any committee thereof, any such special meeting may be held without complying with the foregoing requirement for the filing of notice but a copy of the minutes of every such emergency special meeting adequately setting forth the nature of the emergency and the proceedings occurring at such meeting shall be filed with the Secretary of the State, the clerk of such political subdivision, or the clerk of each municipal member of such multitown district or agency, as the case may be, not later than seventy-two hours following the holding of such meeting. The notice shall specify the time and place of the special meeting and the business to be transacted. No other business shall be considered at such meetings by such public agency. In addition, such written notice shall be delivered to the usual place of abode of each member of the public agency so that the same is received prior to such special meeting. The requirement of delivery of such written notice may be dispensed with as to any member who at or prior to the time the meeting convenes files with the clerk or secretary of the public agency a written waiver of delivery of such notice. Such waiver may be given by telegram. The requirement of delivery of such written notice may also be dispensed with as to any member who is actually present at the meeting at the time it convenes. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit any agency from adopting more stringent notice requirements.

(e) No member of the public shall be required, as a condition to attendance at a meeting of any such body, to register the member's name, or furnish other information, or complete a questionnaire or otherwise fulfill any condition precedent to the member's attendance.

(f) A public agency may hold an executive session, as defined in subdivision (6) of section 1-200, upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members of such body present and voting, taken at a public meeting and stating the reasons for such executive session, as defined in section 1-200.

(g) In determining the time within which or by when a notice, agenda, record of votes or minutes of a special meeting or an emergency special meeting are required to be filed under this section, Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays and any day on which the office of the agency, the Secretary of the State or the clerk of the applicable political subdivision or the clerk of each municipal member of any multitown district or agency, as the case may be, is closed, shall be excluded.

Sec. 65. Section 2-32b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) As used in this section:

(1) "Local government" means any political subdivision of the state having power to make appropriations or to levy taxes, including any town, city or borough, consolidated town and city or consolidated town and borough, any village, any school, sewer, fire, water or lighting district, metropolitan district, any municipal district, any beach or improvement association, and any other district or association created by any special act or pursuant to chapter 105, or any other municipal corporation having the power to issue bonds;

(2) "State mandate" means any constitutional, statutory or executive action that requires a local government to establish, expand or modify its activities in such a way as to necessitate additional expenditures from local revenues, excluding any order issued by a state court and any legislation necessary to comply with a federal mandate;

(3) "Local government organization and structure mandate" means a state mandate concerning such matters as: (A) The form of local government and the adoption and revision of statutes on the organization of local government; (B) the establishment of districts, councils of governments, or other forms and structures for interlocal cooperation and coordination; (C) the holding of local elections; (D) the designation of public officers, and their duties, powers and responsibilities; and (E) the prescription of administrative practices and procedures for local governing bodies;

(4) "Due process mandate" means a state mandate concerning such matters as: (A) The administration of justice; (B) notification and conduct of public hearings; (C) procedures for administrative and judicial review of actions taken by local governing bodies; and (D) protection of the public from malfeasance, misfeasance, or nonfeasance by local government officials;

(5) "Benefit spillover" means the process of accrual of social or other benefits from a governmental service to jurisdictions adjacent to or beyond the jurisdiction providing the service;

(6) "Service mandate" means a state mandate as to creation or expansion of governmental services or delivery standards therefor and those applicable to services having substantial benefit spillover and consequently being wider than local concern. For purposes of this section, applicable services include but are not limited to elementary and secondary education, community colleges, public health, hospitals, public assistance, air pollution control, water pollution control and solid waste treatment and disposal. A state mandate that expands the duties of a public official by requiring the provision of additional services is a "service mandate" rather than a "local government organization and structure mandate";

(7) "Interlocal equity mandate" means a state mandate requiring local governments to act so as to benefit other local governments or to refrain from acting to avoid injury to, or conflict with neighboring jurisdictions, including such matters as land use regulations, tax assessment procedures for equalization purposes and environmental standards;

(8) "Tax exemption mandate" means a state mandate that exempts privately owned property or other specified items from the local tax base;

(9) "Personnel mandate" means a state mandate concerning or affecting local government: (A) Salaries and wages; (B) employee qualifications and training except when any civil service commission, professional licensing board, or personnel board or agency established by state law sets and administers standards relative to merit-based recruitment or candidates for employment or conducts and grades examinations and rates candidates in order of their relative excellence for purposes of making appointments or promotions to positions in the competitive division of the classified service of the public employer served by such commission, board or agency; (C) hours, location of employment, and other working conditions; and (D) fringe benefits including insurance, health, medical care, retirement and other benefits.

(b) The Office of Fiscal Analysis shall append to any bill before either house of the General Assembly for final action which has the effect of creating or enlarging a state mandate to local governments, an estimate of the cost to such local governments which would result from the passage of such bill. Any amendment offered to any bill before either house of the General Assembly which has the effect of creating or enlarging a state mandate to local governments shall have appended thereto an estimate of the cost to such local governments which would result from the adoption of such amendment.

(c) The estimate required by subsection (b) of this section shall be the estimated cost to local governments for the first fiscal year in which the bill takes effect. If such bill does not take effect on the first day of the fiscal year, the estimate shall also indicate the estimated cost to local governments for the next following fiscal year. If a bill is amended by the report of a committee on conference in such a manner as to result in a cost to local governments, the Office of Fiscal Analysis shall append an estimate of such cost to the report before the report is made to either house of the General Assembly.

(d) On and after January 1, 1985, (1) any bill reported by a joint standing committee of the General Assembly which may create or enlarge a state mandate to local governments, as defined in subsection (a) of this section, shall be referred by such committee to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to appropriations and the budgets of state agencies, unless such reference is dispensed with by a vote of at least two-thirds of each house of the General Assembly, and (2) any bill amended by either house of the General Assembly or by the report of a committee on conference in such a manner as to create or enlarge a state mandate shall be referred to said committee, unless such reference is dispensed with by a vote of at least two-thirds of each house of the General Assembly. Any such bill which is favorably reported by said committee shall contain a determination by said committee concerning the following: (A) Whether or not such bill creates or enlarges a state mandate, and, if so, which type of mandate is created or enlarged; (B) whether or not the state shall reimburse local governments for costs resulting from such new or enlarged mandate, and, if so, which costs are eligible for reimbursement, the level of reimbursement, the timetable for reimbursement and the duration of reimbursement.

(e) No bill that creates or enlarges a state mandate to local governments, as defined in subsection (a) of this section, shall be passed without the vote of at least two-thirds of each house of the General Assembly.

Sec. 66. Section 3-14b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

Prior to the sale of any parcel of land, or a portion thereof owned by the state, except a transfer or conveyance to the party against whom foreclosure was taken or who conveyed to the state in lieu of foreclosure under the provisions of section 17b-138, the state agency, department or institution responsible for the sale of such land shall first notify, in writing, the chief executive officer or officers of the municipality in which such land is situated and the affected state representative and state senator for such municipality of the state's intention to sell such land, and no agreement to sell such land may be entered into or sale may be made by the state except as follows:

[(a)] (1) Not later than (A) forty-five days after such notice has been so given, in the case of a notice issued prior to the effective date of this section or on or after July 1, 2015, or (B) fifteen days after such notice has been so given, in the case of a notice issued on or after the effective date of this section, until June 30, 2015, such chief executive officer or officers may give written notice to the state of the municipality's desire to purchase such land and shall have the right to purchase the interest in the land which the state has declared its intent to sell, subject to conditions of sale acceptable to the state. The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management may permit the municipality to pay for such land by a method and according to a schedule of payment that is mutually agreeable to both the secretary and the municipality.

[(b)] (2) If the chief executive officer or officers of the municipality fail to give notice, as provided in [subsection (a)] subdivision (1) of this section, or give notice to the state of the municipality's desire not to purchase such land, such municipality shall have waived its right to purchase the land in accordance with the terms of this section.

[(c)] (3) Not later than sixty days after notice has been given by the municipality of its desire to purchase such land, as provided in [subsection (a)] subdivision (1) of this section, the state acting through the state agency, department or institution shall sell such land to the municipality, provided the state and the municipality agree upon the conditions of sale and the amount to be paid therefor.

[(d)] (4) If the municipality fails to purchase such land not later than sixty days after notice has been given by the municipality of its desire to purchase the land, as provided in [subsection (a)] subdivision (1) of this section, such municipality shall have waived rights to purchase the land in accordance with the terms of this section, subject to the provisions of [subsection (e)] subdivision (5) of this section.

[(e)] (5) [Notwithstanding] On and after July 1, 2015, and notwithstanding the provisions of [subsections (b) and (d)] subdivisions (2) and (3) of this section, if the state thereafter proposes to sell such land to any person upon terms different from those offered to the municipality, the state shall first notify the municipality of such proposal, in the manner provided in [subsection (a)] subdivision (1) of this section, and of the terms of such proposed sale, and such municipality shall have the option to purchase such land upon such terms and may thereupon, in the same manner and within the same time limitations as are provided in [subsections (a) and (c)] subdivisions (1) and (3) of this section, proceed to purchase such land.

[(f)] (6) Notwithstanding the provisions of [subsection (d)] subdivision (4) of this section, the towns of Preston and Norwich shall retain any right provided for by this section with regard to the property known as the Norwich State Hospital property provided the Commissioner of Public Works determines that such towns continue to make good faith efforts to purchase such property and have otherwise complied with the provisions of this section.

Sec. 67. Subsection (b) of section 4b-21 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(b) Any state agency, department or institution having custody and control of land, an improvement to land or interest in land, belonging to the state, shall inform the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, in writing, when such land, improvement or interest or any part thereof is not needed by the agency, department or institution. Upon receipt of such notification, the secretary shall arrange for such agency, department or institution to forthwith transfer custody and control of such land, improvement or interest to the Department of Public Works, along with adequate funding for personnel and other operating expenses required for the maintenance of such land, improvement or interest, and [shall] may notify all state agencies, departments and institutions that such land, improvement or interest is available. Within ninety days of receipt of any such notification from the secretary, any state agency, department or institution that is interested in utilizing the land, improvement or interest shall submit a plan to the secretary that sets forth the proposed use for the land, improvement or interest and a budget and timetable for such use. If the secretary makes such a notification and the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development determines that such land, improvement or interest can be utilized or adapted for use as an emergency shelter or transitional living facility for homeless persons or can be utilized or exchanged for property which can be utilized for the construction, rehabilitation or renovation of housing for persons and families of low and moderate income, said commissioner may (1) within such ninety-day period, submit to the secretary, in lieu of such plan, a preliminary plan indicating that the land, improvement or interest can be utilized, adapted or exchanged for such housing purposes and stating the type of housing that is planned, and (2) within six months after the end of such ninety-day period, submit a comprehensive plan for the development of such housing to the secretary, in a form prescribed by the secretary. If the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development submits preliminary and comprehensive plans to the secretary within such periods, the agency, department or institution having custody and control of the land, improvement or interest shall transfer custody and control to the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development in accordance with such procedures as the secretary may prescribe. If (A) the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development does not submit a preliminary plan to the secretary within such ninety-day period or so submits a preliminary plan but does not submit a comprehensive plan to the secretary within such six-month period, and (B) one or more agencies, departments or institutions submit a plan for such land, improvement or interest to the secretary within such ninety-day period, the secretary shall analyze such agency, department or institution plan or plans and determine whether (i) custody and control of the land, improvement or interest shall be transferred to one of such agencies, departments or institutions, in which case the agency, department or institution having custody of the land, improvement or interest shall make such transfer, or (ii) the land, improvement or interest shall be treated as surplus.

Sec. 68. Section 4b-47 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Prior to the sale or transfer of state land or any interest in state land by a state agency, department or institution occurring on or after July 1, 2015, such agency, department or institution shall provide notice of such sale or transfer to the Council on Environmental Quality, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the Commissioner of Environmental Protection on a form approved by the Council on Environmental Quality. Such notice shall be published in the Environmental Monitor and shall provide for a written public comment period of thirty days following publication of such notice, during which the public and state agencies may submit comments to the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management. Such comments may include, but shall not be limited to, significant natural and recreational resources on such land and recommend means to preserve such natural or recreational resources. The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, in consultation with the Commissioner of Environmental Protection, shall (1) respond to any written comments received during such thirty-day comment period, and (2) publish such written comments along with the Office of Policy and Management's response to such written comments in the Environmental Monitor for a period of not less than fifteen days prior to the sale or transfer of the land.

(b) The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall develop a policy for reviewing notices received from a state agency, department or institution, as described in subsection (a) of this section, and making a draft recommendation to the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management as to whether all or a portion of the land or land interest referenced in such notice should be preserved by (1) transferring the land or land interest or granting a conservation easement therein to the Department of Environmental Protection, (2) imposing restrictions or conditions upon the transfer of the land or land interest, or (3) transferring all or a portion of the land or land interest, or granting a conservation easement interest therein, to an appropriate third party. Any such recommendations shall be accompanied by a report explaining the basis of the recommendations and shall include, where appropriate, a natural resource inventory. Such recommendations and report shall be published in the Environmental Monitor and shall provide for a written public comment period of thirty days following publication of such notice. The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall (A) respond to any written comments received during such thirty-day comment period, (B) make a final recommendation to the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, and (C) publish such written comments along with the Department of Environmental Protection's response to such written comments including the department's final recommendation to the secretary in the Environmental Monitor. Following receipt of the final recommendation of the Commissioner of Environmental Protection, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall make the final determination as to the ultimate disposition of the land or interest. Such determination shall be published in the Environmental Monitor for a period of not less than fifteen days prior to the sale or transfer of such land or interest.

(c) Nothing in this section shall be construed to:

(1) Limit the applicability of sections 22a-1a to 22a-1i, inclusive, with respect to the sale or transfer of state land or any interest in state land, except that if an environmental impact evaluation was prepared pursuant to sections 22a-1b and 22a-1c or an environmental statement was prepared for such state land or interest in state land pursuant to any other state or federal law or regulation, as specified in section 22a-1f, such state agency, department or institution shall be exempt from the notice and public comment requirements set forth in subsections (a) and (b) of this section;

(2) Affect any purchase and sale agreement entered into between the state and any second party that was in effect prior to October 1, 2007, or any subsequent sale, transfer, easement, lease or other such agreement made pursuant to any such purchase and sale agreement;

(3) Apply to the conveyance of any parcel of state land or any interest in state land pursuant to an act of the General Assembly;

(4) Apply to the sale or transfer of state lands between state agencies;

(5) Apply to any easement that is granted to a municipality or a regulated utility or utilities that (A) primarily benefits the state or an agency or institution of the state, (B) is ordered as the result of a state or federal regulatory process or proceeding, or (C) is necessary as a result of the construction or reconstruction of any Department of Transportation highway or facility;

(6) Apply to the sale or transfer of state land or an interest in state land that was designated as surplus, pursuant to subsections (b) and (c) of section 4b-21 prior to October 1, 2007, provided the provisions of this section were complied with at the time of such designation;

(7) Apply to the transfer of ten acres or less by the Department of Transportation or the Department of Education;

(8) Limit state agency or public comments to a particular subject matter area;

(9) Limit the publication of any public notifications, comments or reports that are required under this section solely to the Environmental Monitor; or

(10) Limit the solicitation of public comment solely to the Environmental Monitor.

Sec. 69. Section 13a-80 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The commissioner, with the advice and consent of the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the State Properties Review Board may sell, lease and convey, in the name of the state, or otherwise dispose of, or enter into agreements concerning, any land and buildings owned by the state and obtained for or in connection with highway purposes or for the efficient accomplishment of the foregoing purposes or formerly used for highway purposes, which real property is not necessary for such purposes. The commissioner shall notify the state representative and the state senator representing the municipality in which said property is located within one year of the date a determination is made that the property is not necessary for highway purposes and that the department intends to dispose of the property. On and after the effective date of this section, until June 30, 2015, the Commissioner of Transportation may not offer such excess property to other state agencies, apart from the notification to the Office of Policy and Management required by section 4b-21, as amended by this act.

(b) The Department of Transportation shall obtain a full appraisal on excess property prior to its sale. Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, transfers to other state agencies and municipalities for purposes specified by the department or the sale of excess property through public bid or auction shall be exempt from the appraisal requirement. The department shall obtain a second appraisal if such property is valued over one hundred thousand dollars and is not to be sold through public bid or auction. Any appraisals or value reports shall be obtained prior to the determination of a sale price of the excess property.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 3-14b and 4b-21, as amended by this act, no residential property upon which a single-family dwelling is situated at the time it is obtained by the department for highway purposes may be sold or transferred pursuant to this section within twenty-five years of the date of its acquisition without the department's first offering the owner or owners of the property at the time of its acquisition a right of first refusal to purchase the property at the amount of its appraised value as determined in accordance with the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, except for property offered for sale to municipalities prior to July 1, 1988. Notice of such offer shall be sent to each such owner by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, within one year of the date a determination is made that such property is not necessary for highway purposes. Any such offer shall be terminated by the department if it has not received written notice of the owner's acceptance of the offer within sixty days of the date it was mailed. Whenever the offer is not so accepted, the department shall offer parcels which meet local zoning requirements for residential or commercial use to other state agencies and shall offer parcels which do not meet local zoning requirements for residential or commercial use to all abutting landowners in accordance with department regulations. If the sale or transfer of the property pursuant to this section results in the existing property of an abutting landowner becoming a nonconforming use as to local zoning requirements, the Commissioner of Transportation may sell or transfer the property to that abutter without public bid or auction. The commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, establishing procedures for the disposition of excess property pursuant to the provisions of this subsection in the event such property is owned by more than one person.

(d) Where the department has in good faith and with reasonable diligence attempted to ascertain the identity of persons entitled to notice under subsection (c) of this section and mailed notice to the last known address of record of those ascertained, the failure to in fact notify those persons entitled thereto shall not invalidate any subsequent disposition of property pursuant to this section.

Sec. 70. Section 13a-80a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The Commissioner of Transportation, with the advice and consent of the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, may, in the name of the state, sell, lease and convey, or otherwise dispose of, or enter into agreements concerning, any interest the state may have on, above or below any state highway right-of-way. The Commissioner of Transportation may place such restrictions, conditions and qualifications on the use of any area as he determines to be necessary to provide for the safety and adequacy of highway facilities, and for the protection of abutting or adjacent land users. A committee composed of the Commissioner of Transportation, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the chief executive officer of the municipality in which the sale, lease or other disposition of any interest in land on, above or below any state highway right-of-way is proposed may also place such restrictions, conditions and qualifications on the use of any area which they determine to be necessary to provide for the efficient, economical and socially beneficial use of the area.

(b) The Commissioner of Transportation [shall have the power to] may section off levels of space over or under the same location and sell or lease varying levels to different parties.

(c) Revenues from any transaction concerning the sale, lease or use of space or multiple use or joint development of state highway rights-of-way (1) occurring on or after the effective date of this section until June 30, 2015, shall be deposited in the General Fund, and (2) occurring prior to the effective date of this section or on or after July 1, 2015, shall be deposited in the Special Transportation Fund.

Sec. 71. Section 13a-85c of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The Commissioner of Transportation, with the advice and consent of the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the State Properties Review Board, may sell, lease and convey, in the name of the state, or otherwise dispose of, or enter into agreements concerning, any land and buildings owned by the state and obtained for or in connection with the Route 6 Expressway, which real property is not necessary for such purposes. The commissioner shall notify the chief elected official of the municipality in which said property is located and the state representative and the state senator representing the municipality in which said property is located not later than one year after the date a determination is made that the property is not necessary for highway purposes and that the department intends to dispose of the property. No such determination shall be made without the commissioner first holding a public hearing concerning such proposed disposition and the approval of the Federal Highway Administration.

(b) The Department of Transportation shall obtain a full appraisal on excess property prior to its sale pursuant to this section. Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, transfers to other state agencies and municipalities for purposes specified by the department or the sale of excess property through public bid or auction shall be exempt from the appraisal requirement. The department shall obtain a second appraisal if such property is valued over one hundred thousand dollars and is not to be sold through public bid or auction. If a second appraisal is obtained, the sale price shall be the average of the two appraisals. Any appraisals or value reports shall be obtained prior to the determination of a sale price of the excess property.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 3-14b and 4b-21, as amended by this act, no property, whether or not a structure is situated upon it at the time it is obtained by the department for highway purposes, may be sold or transferred pursuant to this section not later than twenty-five years after the date of its acquisition without the department first offering the owner or owners of the property at the time of its acquisition a right of first refusal to purchase the property at the amount of its appraised value as determined in accordance with the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, if applicable, except for property offered for sale to municipalities prior to the effective date of this section. Notice of such offer shall be sent to each such owner by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, not later than one year after the date a determination is made that such property is not necessary for highway purposes. Any such offer shall be terminated by the department if it has not received written notice of the owner's acceptance of the offer not later than ninety days after the date it was mailed. Whenever the offer is not so accepted, the department shall offer parcels which meet local zoning requirements for residential or commercial use to other state agencies and shall offer parcels which do not meet local zoning requirements for residential or commercial use to all abutting landowners in accordance with department regulations. If the sale or transfer of the property pursuant to this section results in the existing property of an abutting landowner becoming a nonconforming use as to local zoning requirements, the commissioner may sell or transfer the property to that abutter without public bid or auction. The commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, establishing procedures for the disposition of excess property pursuant to the provisions of this subsection in the event such property is owned by more than one person.

(d) Where the department has in good faith and with reasonable diligence attempted to ascertain the identity of persons entitled to notice under subsection (c) of this section and mailed notice to the last-known address of record of those ascertained, the failure to in fact notify those persons entitled thereto shall not invalidate any subsequent disposition of property pursuant to this section.

Sec. 72. Subsection (h) of section 13b-34 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(h) The commissioner, in the name of the state, [shall have the power to] may enter into leases with respect to transportation equipment and facilities for the purpose of obtaining payments based on the tax benefits associated with the ownership or leasing of such equipment and facilities. In connection with any such lease, the commissioner, in the name of the state, [shall have the power to] may sell, repurchase and sublease any such equipment or facilities, to place deposits or investments with financial institutions to defease rental or repurchase obligations and to enter into related agreements with parties selected by and on terms deemed reasonable by the commissioner. All net payments received by the state pursuant to any such lease or related agreement (1) entered into on or after the effective date of this section until June 30, 2015, shall be credited to the General Fund, (2) entered into prior to the effective date of this section or on or after July 1, 2015, shall be credited to the Special Transportation Fund, the Infrastructure Improvement Fund, the Department of Transportation operating accounts, or (3) shall be credited to the Department of Transportation [as] if required pursuant to United States Department of Transportation approval of the lease. Any such lease or related agreement may include provisions for the state, as lessee, to indemnify and hold harmless the lessors or other parties to any such lease or related agreement. Any such lease or related agreement may provide for the state to purchase insurance or surety bonds or to obtain letters of credit from financial institutions when deemed in the best interests of the state by the commissioner. Any such lessor or other party to any such related agreement may bring a civil action to recover damages arising directly from and subject to any such lease or related agreement. No such action shall be brought except within one year from the date the right of action accrues. Any such civil action shall be brought in the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford. The jurisdiction conferred upon the Superior Court by this section includes any set-off, claim or demand whatever on the part of the state against any plaintiff commencing an action under this section. Such action shall be tried to the court without a jury. All legal defenses except governmental immunity shall be reserved to the state. Any such lease or related agreement shall be subject to the approval of the Attorney General.

Sec. 73. (Effective from passage) On or before July 1, 2010, the Joint Committee on Legislative Management shall develop and implement a telecommuting program for legislative employees.

Sec. 74. Section 5-248i of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) [The] On or before July 1, 2010, the Commissioner of Administrative Services [may] shall develop and implement guidelines, in cooperation with interested employee organizations, as defined in subsection (d) of section 5-270, authorizing telecommuting and work-at-home programs for state employees where such arrangements are determined to be cost effective. Said commissioner shall consult with each state agency head to determine where cost- effective telecommuting may occur within each agency.

(b) Any employee of a state agency may be authorized to participate in a telecommuting or work-at-home assignment with the approval of his appointing authority and with the approval of the Commissioner of Administrative Services. Approval of such assignment may be granted only where it is determined to be cost effective. Any assignment shall be on a temporary basis only, for a period not to exceed six months and may be extended as necessary.

(c) The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall report annually to the joint standing [committee] committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to labor and public employees and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies as to the extent of use by employees as provided pursuant to subsections (a) and (b) of this section, with recommendations for expanding such use.

Sec. 75. Subsection (a) of section 4a-2 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall have the following general duties and responsibilities:

(1) The establishment of personnel policy and responsibility for the personnel administration of state employees;

(2) The purchase and provision of supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services, as defined in section 4a-50;

(3) The publishing, printing or purchasing of laws, stationery, forms and reports; [and]

(4) The collection of sums due the state for public assistance; and

(5) The monitoring of affirmative action plans submitted by state agencies, departments, boards or commissions in accordance with the provisions of section 46a-68, as amended by this act, and the conducting of hearings pursuant to section 46a-68a, as amended by this act.

Sec. 76. Section 46a-54 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

The commission shall have the following powers and duties:

(1) To establish and maintain such offices as the commission may deem necessary;

(2) To organize the commission into a division of [affirmative action monitoring and] contract compliance, a division of discriminatory practice complaints and such other divisions, bureaus or units as may be necessary for the efficient conduct of business of the commission;

(3) To employ legal staff and commission legal counsel as necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities under section 46a-55. One commission legal counsel shall serve as supervising attorney. Each commission legal counsel shall be admitted to practice law in this state;

(4) To appoint such investigators and other employees and agents as it deems necessary, fix their compensation within the limitations provided by law and prescribe their duties;

(5) To adopt, publish, amend and rescind regulations consistent with and to effectuate the provisions of this chapter;

(6) To establish rules of practice to govern, expedite and effectuate the procedures set forth in this chapter;

(7) To recommend policies and make recommendations to agencies and officers of the state and local subdivisions of government to effectuate the policies of this chapter;

(8) To receive, initiate as provided in section 46a-82, as amended by this act, investigate and mediate discriminatory practice complaints;

(9) By itself or with or by hearing officers or human rights referees, to hold hearings, subpoena witnesses and compel their attendance, administer oaths, take the testimony of any person under oath and require the production for examination of any books and papers relating to any matter under investigation or in question;

(10) To make rules as to the procedure for the issuance of subpoenas by individual commissioners, hearing officers and human rights referees;

(11) To require written answers to interrogatories under oath relating to any complaint under investigation pursuant to this chapter alleging any discriminatory practice as defined in subdivision (8) of section 46a-51, as amended by this act, and to adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, for the procedure for the issuance of interrogatories and compliance with interrogatory requests;

(12) To utilize such voluntary and uncompensated services of private individuals, agencies and organizations as may from time to time be offered and needed and with the cooperation of such agencies, (A) to study the problems of discrimination in all or specific fields of human relationships, and (B) to foster through education and community effort or otherwise good will among the groups and elements of the population of the state;

(13) To require the posting by an employer, employment agency or labor organization of such notices regarding statutory provisions as the commission shall provide;

(14) To require the posting, by any respondent or other person subject to the requirements of section 46a-64, 46a-64c, 46a-81d or 46a-81e, of such notices of statutory provisions as it deems desirable;

(15) (A) To require an employer having three or more employees to post in a prominent and accessible location information concerning the illegality of sexual harassment and remedies available to victims of sexual harassment; and (B) to require an employer having fifty or more employees to provide two hours of training and education to all supervisory employees within one year of October 1, 1992, and to all new supervisory employees within six months of their assumption of a supervisory position, provided any employer who has provided such training and education to any such employees after October 1, 1991, shall not be required to provide such training and education a second time. Such training and education shall include information concerning the federal and state statutory provisions concerning sexual harassment and remedies available to victims of sexual harassment. As used in this subdivision, "sexual harassment" [shall have] has the same meaning as set forth in subdivision (8) of subsection (a) of section 46a-60, and "employer" [shall include] includes the General Assembly;

(16) To require each state agency that employs one or more employees to (A) provide a minimum of three hours of diversity training and education (i) to all supervisory and nonsupervisory employees, not later than July 1, 2002, with priority for such training to supervisory employees, and (ii) to all newly hired supervisory and nonsupervisory employees, not later than six months after their assumption of a position with a state agency, with priority for such training to supervisory employees. Such training and education shall include information concerning the federal and state statutory provisions concerning discrimination and hate crimes directed at protected classes and remedies available to victims of discrimination and hate crimes, standards for working with and serving persons from diverse populations and strategies for addressing differences that may arise from diverse work environments; and (B) submit an annual report to the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities concerning the status of the diversity training and education required under subparagraph (A) of this subdivision. The information in such annual reports shall be reviewed by the commission for the purpose of submitting an annual summary report to the General Assembly. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, if a state agency has provided such diversity training and education to any of its employees prior to October 1, 1999, such state agency shall not be required to provide such training and education a second time to such employees. The requirements of this subdivision shall be accomplished within available appropriations. As used in this subdivision, "employee" shall include any part-time employee who works more than twenty hours per week;

(17) To [require each agency to submit information demonstrating its compliance with subdivision (16) of this section as part of its affirmative action plan and to] receive and investigate complaints concerning the failure of a state agency to comply with the requirements of subdivision (16) of this section; and

(18) To enter into contracts for and accept grants of private or federal funds and to accept gifts, donations or bequests, including donations of service by attorneys.

Sec. 77. Section 46a-56 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) The commission shall:

(1) Investigate the possibilities of affording equal opportunity of profitable employment to all persons, with particular reference to job training and placement;

(2) Compile facts concerning discrimination in employment, violations of civil liberties and other related matters;

(3) Investigate and proceed in all cases of discriminatory practices as provided in this chapter and noncompliance with the provisions of section 4a-60, [or] 4a-60a, [or sections 46a-68c to] 46a-68e or 46a-68f; [, inclusive; ]

(4) From time to time, but not less than once a year, report to the Governor as provided in section 4-60, making recommendations for the removal of such injustices as it may find to exist and such other recommendations as it deems advisable and describing the investigations, proceedings and hearings it has conducted and their outcome, the decisions it has rendered and the other work it has performed; and

(5) Monitor state contracts to determine whether they are in compliance with sections 4a-60 and 4a-60a, and those provisions of the general statutes which prohibit discrimination. [; and]

[(6) Compile data concerning state contracts with female and minority business enterprises and submit a report annually to the General Assembly concerning the employment of such business enterprises as contractors and subcontractors. ]

(b) The commission may, when it is deemed in the best interests of the state, exempt a contractor from the requirements of complying with any or all of the provisions of section 4a-60, 4a-60a [, 46a-68c, 46a-68d] or 46a-68e in any specific contract. Exemptions under the provisions of this section may include, but not be limited to, the following instances: (1) If the work is to be or has been performed outside the state and no recruitment of workers within the limits of the state is involved; (2) those involving less than specified amounts of money or specified numbers of workers; (3) to the extent that they involve subcontracts below a specified tier. The commission may also exempt facilities of a contractor which are in all respects separate and distinct from activities of the contractor related to the performance of the contract, provided such an exemption shall not interfere with or impede the effectuation of the purposes of this section and sections 4a-60, 4a-60a, 4a-60g, as amended by this act, 4a-62 and 46a-68b to 46a-68k, inclusive, as amended by this act.

(c) If the commission determines through its monitoring and compliance procedures that a contractor or subcontractor is not complying with antidiscrimination statutes or contract provisions required under section 4a-60 or 4a-60a or the provisions of [sections 46a-68c to] section 46a-68e or 46a-68f, [inclusive,] the commission may issue a complaint pursuant to subsection (c) of section 46a-82, as amended by this act. Such complaint shall be scheduled for a hearing before a hearing officer or human rights referee appointed to act as a presiding officer. Such hearing shall be held in accordance with chapter 54 and section 46a-84. If, after such hearing, the presiding officer makes a finding of noncompliance with antidiscrimination statutes or contract provisions required under section 4a-60 or 4a-60a or the provisions of [sections 46a-68c to] section 46a-68e or 46a-68f, [inclusive,] the presiding officer may: (1) Order the state to retain two per cent of the total contract price per month on any existing contract with such contractor; (2) prohibit the contractor from participation in any further contracts with state agencies until: (A) The expiration of a period of two years from the date of the finding of noncompliance, or (B) the presiding officer determines that the contractor has adopted policies consistent with such statutes, provided the presiding officer shall make such determination within forty-five days of such finding of noncompliance; (3) publish, or cause to be published, the names of contractors or unions that the presiding officer has found to be in noncompliance with such provisions; (4) notify the Attorney General that, in cases in which there is substantial or material violation or the threat of substantial or material violation of the contractual provisions set forth in section 4a-60 or 4a-60a, appropriate proceedings should be brought to enforce such provisions, including the enjoining, within the limitations of applicable law, of organizations, individuals or groups who prevent directly or indirectly, or seek to prevent directly or indirectly, compliance with the provisions of section 4a-60 or 4a-60a; (5) recommend to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Department of Justice that appropriate proceedings be instituted under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, when necessary; (6) recommend to the appropriate prosecuting authority that criminal proceedings be brought for the furnishing of false information to any contracting agency or to the commission as the case may be; (7) order the contractor to bring itself into compliance with antidiscrimination statutes or contract provisions required under section 4a-60, [or] 4a-60a, [or sections 46a-68c to] 46a-68e or 46a-68f [, inclusive,] within a period of thirty days or, for good cause shown, within an additional period of thirty days, and, if such contractor fails to bring itself into such compliance within such time period and such noncompliance is substantial or material or there is a pattern of noncompliance, recommend to the contracting agency that such agency declare the contractor to be in breach of the contract and that such agency pursue all available remedies; or (8) order the contracting agency to refrain from entering into further contracts, or extensions or other modifications of existing contracts, with any noncomplying contractor, until such contractor has satisfied the commission that such contractor has established and will carry out personnel and employment policies in compliance with antidiscrimination statutes and the provisions of section 4a-60 or 4a-60a and sections [46a-68c to] 46a-68e and 46a-68f. [, inclusive. ] The commission shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to implement the provisions of this section.

(d) If the commission determines, through its monitoring and compliance procedures and after a complaint is filed and a hearing is held pursuant to subsection (c) of this section, that, with respect to a state contract, a contractor, subcontractor or supplier of materials has (1) fraudulently qualified as a minority business enterprise, or (2) performed services or supplied materials on behalf of another contractor, subcontractor or supplier of materials knowing (A) that such other contractor, subcontractor or supplier has fraudulently qualified as a minority business enterprise in order to comply with antidiscrimination statutes or contract provisions required under section 4a-60 or 4a-60a, and (B) that such services or materials are to be used in connection with a contract entered into pursuant to subsection (b) of section 4a-60g, the hearing officer or human rights referee before whom such hearing was held shall assess a civil penalty of not more than ten thousand dollars upon such contractor, subcontractor or supplier of materials. The Attorney General, upon complaint of the commission, shall institute a civil action in the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford to recover such penalty. Any penalties recovered pursuant to this subsection shall be deposited in a special fund and shall be held by the State Treasurer separate and apart from all other moneys, funds and accounts. The resources in such fund shall, pursuant to regulations adopted by the commission in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, be used to assist minority business enterprises. As used in this section, "minority business enterprise" means any contractor, subcontractor or supplier of materials fifty-one per cent or more of the capital stock, if any, or assets of which is owned by a person or persons: (i) Who are active in the daily affairs of the enterprise; (ii) who have the power to direct the management and policies of the enterprise; and (iii) who are members of a minority, as defined in subsection (a) of section 32-9n.

Sec. 78. Section 46a-68 of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) Each state agency, department, board and commission shall develop and implement [, in cooperation with the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities,] an affirmative action plan that commits the agency, department, board or commission to a program of affirmative action in all aspects of personnel and administration. Such plan shall [be developed pursuant to regulations adopted by the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities in accordance with chapter 54 to ensure that affirmative action is undertaken as required by state and federal law to provide equal employment opportunities and to comply with all responsibilities under the provisions of sections 4-61u to 4-61w, inclusive, sections 46a-54 to 46a-64, inclusive, section 46a-64c and sections 46a-70 to 46a-78, inclusive] describe the efforts of the agency, department, board or commission to provide equal employment opportunities and to comply with all its responsibilities under state and federal nondiscrimination laws, and shall include the race, gender, occupational category and age data for all full-time employees of the agency, department, board or commission. The executive head of each such agency, department, board or commission shall be directly responsible for the development, filing and implementation of such affirmative action plan. The Metropolitan District of Hartford County shall be deemed to be a state agency for purposes of this section.

(b) (1) Each state agency, department, board or commission shall designate a full-time or part-time affirmative action officer. If such affirmative action officer is an employee of the agency, department, board or commission, the executive head of the agency, department, board or commission shall be directly responsible for the supervision of the officer.

[(2) The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities shall provide training and technical assistance to affirmative action officers in plan development and implementation. ]

[(3)] (2) The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities and the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women shall provide training concerning state and federal discrimination laws and techniques for conducting investigations of discrimination complaints to persons designated by state agencies, departments, boards or commissions as affirmative action officers and persons designated by the Attorney General or the Attorney General's designee to represent such agencies, departments, boards or commissions pursuant to subdivision [(5)] (4) of this subsection. Such training shall be provided for a minimum of ten hours during the first year of service or designation, and a minimum of five hours per year thereafter.

[(4)] (3) (A) Each person designated by a state agency, department, board or commission as an affirmative action officer shall (i) be responsible for mitigating any discriminatory conduct within the agency, department, board or commission, (ii) investigate all internal complaints of discrimination made against the state agency, department, board or commission, and (iii) report all findings and recommendations upon the conclusion of an investigation to the commissioner or director of the state agency, department, board or commission for proper action.

(B) Notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraphs (A)(i), (A)(ii) and (A)(iii) of this subdivision, if [a] an internal discrimination complaint is made against the executive head of a state agency or department, any member of a state board or commission or any affirmative action officer alleging that the executive head, member or officer directly or personally engaged in discriminatory conduct, or if [a] an internal complaint of discrimination is made by the executive head of a state agency, any member of a state board or commission or any affirmative action officer, the complaint shall be referred to the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities for review and, if appropriate, investigation by the Department of Administrative Services. If the internal discrimination complaint is made by or against the executive head, any member or the affirmative action officer of the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities alleging that the executive head, member or officer directly or personally engaged in discriminatory conduct, the commission shall refer the complaint to the Department of Administrative Services for review and, if appropriate, investigation. If the internal complaint is by or against the executive head or affirmative action officer of the Department of Administrative Services, the complaint shall be referred to the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities for review and, if appropriate, investigation. Each person who conducts an investigation pursuant to this subparagraph shall report all findings and recommendations upon the conclusion of such investigation to the appointing authority of the individual who was the subject of the complaint for proper action. The provisions of this subparagraph shall apply to any such complaint pending on or after July 5, 2007.

[(5)] (4) Each person designated by a state agency, department, board or commission as an affirmative action officer, and each person designated by the Attorney General or the Attorney General's designee to represent an agency pursuant to subdivision [(6)] (5) of this subsection, shall complete training provided by the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities and the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women pursuant to subdivision [(3)] (2) of this subsection.

[(6)] (5) No person designated by a state agency, department, board or commission as an affirmative action officer shall represent such agency, department, board or commission before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission concerning a discrimination complaint. If a discrimination complaint is filed with the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against a state agency, department, board or commission, the Attorney General, or the Attorney General's designee, other than the affirmative action officer for such agency, department, board or commission, shall represent the state agency, department, board or commission before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In the case of a discrimination complaint filed against the Metropolitan District of Hartford County, the Attorney General, or the Attorney General's designee, shall not represent such district before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

(c) Each state agency, department, board and commission shall file an affirmative action plan developed in accordance with subsection (a) of this section, with the [Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, semiannually] Department of Administrative Services, annually, except that any state agency, department, board or commission [which] that has an affirmative action plan approved by the [commission may] department shall be permitted to file its plan on [an annual] a biennial basis. [in a manner prescribed by the commission and any state agency, department, board or commission that employs twenty or fewer full-time employees shall file its affirmative action plan biennially. ] All such affirmative action plans shall be filed electronically with the Department of Administrative Services.

(d) The [Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] Department of Administrative Services shall review and formally approve, conditionally approve or disapprove the content of such affirmative action plans [within] not later than ninety days [of] after the submission of each plan to the [commission] department. If the [commissioners, by a majority vote of those present and voting, fail] department fails to approve, conditionally approve or disapprove a plan within [that] such period, the plan shall be deemed to be approved.

(e) The Commissioner of Administrative Services and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall [cooperate with the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities to] insure that the State Personnel Act and personnel regulations are administered, and that the process of collective bargaining is conducted by all parties in a manner consistent with the affirmative action responsibilities of the state.

(f) The [Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] Department of Administrative Services shall monitor the activity of such plans within each state agency, department, board and commission and report in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a to the Governor and the General Assembly on or before April first of each year concerning the results of such plans.

[(g) The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to carry out the requirements of this section. Such regulations shall include a schedule for semiannual, annual and biennial filing of plans. ]

Sec. 79. Section 46a-68a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) The [commission] Department of Administrative Services may issue a certificate of noncompliance if the affirmative action plan required by section 46a-68, as amended by this act, is disapproved.

(b) The issuance of a certificate of noncompliance shall bar the agency, department, board or commission in noncompliance with section 46a-68, as amended by this act, from filling a position or position classification by hire or promotion upon receipt of the certificate, the provisions of any state law or regulation to the contrary notwithstanding, until: (1) The [commission] department determines that the agency has achieved compliance with section 46a-68, as amended by this act, and withdraws the certificate; or (2) the [commission] department, at a hearing requested by the agency, department, board or commission receiving the certificate and conducted by a [presiding] hearing officer appointed by the [chairperson of the commission] Commissioner of Administrative Services, is unable to show cause why the certificate of noncompliance should not be rescinded or a court, upon appeal, so determines; or (3) the [Commissioner of Administrative Services and the] Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management [certify] certifies to the [commission] Department of Administrative Services that the agency in noncompliance with section 46a-68, as amended by this act, requires immediate filling of the vacancy because failure to fill the position or position classification will cause an emergency situation to exist jeopardizing the public welfare. A separate certificate of exemption shall be required for each vacancy in a position or position classification with respect to which the [Commissioner of Administrative Services and the] Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management [certify] certifies that an emergency situation exists.

(c) Hearings under this section shall be conducted in accordance with sections 4-176e to 4-182, inclusive.

(d) The [commission] Department of Administrative Services shall adopt regulations in accordance with chapter 54 to implement this section.

Sec. 80. Section 46a-68g of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

Contracting agencies shall not enter into contracts with any bidder or prospective contractor unless the bidder or prospective contractor has satisfactorily complied with the provisions of sections 4a-60, 4a-60g, 46a-56, [and 46a-68c to] 46a-68e and 46a-68f, [inclusive,] or submits a program for compliance acceptable to the commission.

Sec. 81. Section 46a-68j of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

The commission shall adopt regulations in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54 for the purposes of sections 4a-60, 46a-56, as amended by this act, and [46a-68b] 46a-68e to 46a-68i, inclusive.

Sec. 82. Subsections (g) to (m), inclusive, of section 4a-60g of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes are repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(g) The awarding authority or the Commissioner of Administrative Services [or the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] may conduct an audit of the financial, corporate and business records and conduct an investigation of any small contractor or minority business enterprise [which] that applies for or is awarded a set-aside contract for the purpose of determining eligibility for awards or compliance with the requirements established under this section.

(h) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any state agency or political subdivision of the state other than a municipality for which the total value of all contracts or portions of contracts of the types enumerated in subsection (b) of this section is anticipated to be equal to ten thousand dollars or less.

(i) In lieu of a performance, bid, labor and materials or other required bond, a contractor or subcontractor awarded a contract under this section may provide to the awarding authority, and the awarding authority shall accept a letter of credit. Any such letter of credit shall be in an amount equal to ten per cent of the contract for any contract that is less than one hundred thousand dollars and in an amount equal to twenty-five per cent of the contract for any contract that exceeds one hundred thousand dollars.

(j) (1) Whenever the awarding authority has reason to believe that any contractor or subcontractor awarded a set-aside contract has wilfully violated any provision of this section, the awarding authority shall send a notice to such contractor or subcontractor by certified mail, return receipt requested. Such notice shall include: (A) A reference to the provision alleged to be violated; (B) a short and plain statement of the matter asserted; (C) the maximum civil penalty that may be imposed for such violation; and (D) the time and place for the hearing. Such hearing shall be fixed for a date not earlier than fourteen days after the notice is mailed. [The awarding authority shall send a copy of such notice to the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. ]

(2) The awarding authority shall hold a hearing on the violation asserted unless such contractor or subcontractor fails to appear. The hearing shall be held in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54. If, after the hearing, the awarding authority finds that the contractor or subcontractor has wilfully violated any provision of this section, the awarding authority shall suspend all set-aside contract payments to the contractor or subcontractor and may, in its discretion, order that a civil penalty not exceeding ten thousand dollars per violation be imposed on the contractor or subcontractor. If such contractor or subcontractor fails to appear for the hearing, the awarding authority may, as the facts require, order that a civil penalty not exceeding ten thousand dollars per violation be imposed on the contractor or subcontractor. The awarding authority shall send a copy of any order issued pursuant to this subsection by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the contractor or subcontractor named in such order. The awarding authority may cause proceedings to be instituted by the Attorney General for the enforcement of any order imposing a civil penalty issued under this subsection.

(k) On or before January 1, 2000, the Commissioner of Administrative Services shall establish a process for certification of small contractors and minority business enterprises as eligible for set-aside contracts. Each certification shall be valid for a period not to exceed two years. Any paper application for certification shall be no longer than six pages. The Department of Administrative Services shall maintain on its web site an updated directory of small contractors and minority business enterprises certified under this section.

(l) On or before August 30, 2007, and annually thereafter, each state agency and each political subdivision of the state other than a municipality setting aside contracts or portions of contracts shall prepare a report establishing small and minority business set-aside program goals for the twelve-month period beginning July first in the same year. Each such report shall be submitted to the Commissioner of Administrative Services [, the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] and the cochairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to planning and development and government administration and elections in accordance with the provisions of section 11-4a.

(m) On or before November 1, 1995, and quarterly thereafter, each state agency and each political subdivision of the state other than a municipality setting aside contracts or portions of contracts shall prepare a status report on the implementation and results of its small business and minority business enterprise set-aside program goals during the three-month period ending one month before the due date for the report. Each report shall be submitted to the Commissioner of Administrative Services. [and the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities. ] Any state agency or political subdivision of the state, other than a municipality, that achieves less than fifty per cent of its small contractor and minority business enterprise set-aside program goals by the end of the second reporting period in any twelve-month period beginning on July first shall provide a written explanation to the Commissioner of Administrative Services [and the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] detailing how the agency or political subdivision will achieve its goals in the final reporting period. The [Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] Department of Administrative Services shall: (1) Monitor the achievement of the annual goals established by each state agency and political subdivision of the state other than a municipality; and (2) prepare a quarterly report concerning such goal achievement. The report shall be [submitted to each state agency that submitted a report, the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development, the Commissioner of Administrative Services and the cochairpersons and ranking members of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to planning and development and government administration and elections] posted on the Internet web site of the Department of Administrative Services. Failure by any state agency or political subdivision of the state other than a municipality to submit any reports required by this section shall be a violation of section 46a-77.

Sec. 83. Subdivision (8) of section 46a-51 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(8) "Discriminatory practice" means a violation of section 4a-60, 4a-60a, 4a-60g, as amended by this act, 46a-58, 46a-59, 46a-60, 46a-64, 46a-64c, 46a-66, 46a-68, [46a-68c to] 46a-68e, 46a-68f, [inclusive,] or 46a-70 to 46a-78, inclusive, subsection (a) of section 46a-80 or sections 46a-81b to 46a-81o, inclusive;

Sec. 84. Section 46a-68b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

As used in this section and sections 4a-60, 4a-60a, 4a-60g, 4a-62, 46a-56 and [46a-68c] 46a-68e to 46a-68k, inclusive: "Public works contract" means any agreement between any individual, firm or corporation and the state or any political subdivision of the state other than a municipality for construction, rehabilitation, conversion, extension, demolition or repair of a public building, highway or other changes or improvements in real property, or which is financed in whole or in part by the state, including, but not limited to, matching expenditures, grants, loans, insurance or guarantees.

Sec. 85. Section 46a-68k of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) If the commission determines an agency of the state has a contract compliance program which is at least equivalent to the requirements and responsibilities of sections 4a-60, [and 46a-68c to] 46a-68e and 46a-68f, [inclusive,] such agency, subject to the approval of the commission, may use its own compliance program. Any contractor who is a party to a public works contract with such agency may be relieved of the requirements and responsibilities of said sections, provided such contractor complies with the requirements of such agency's contract compliance program.

(b) The commission shall adopt regulations in accordance with chapter 54 to carry out the purposes of this section, including, but not limited to, establishing a procedure for such determination and approval.

Sec. 86. Section 46a-82 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) Any person claiming to be aggrieved by an alleged discriminatory practice, except for an alleged violation of section 4a-60g, [or] 46a-68, [or the provisions of sections 46a-68c to] 46a-68e or 46a-68f, [inclusive,] may, by himself or herself or by such person's attorney, make, sign and file with the commission a complaint in writing under oath, which shall state the name and address of the person alleged to have committed the discriminatory practice, and which shall set forth the particulars thereof and contain such other information as may be required by the commission. After the filing of a complaint pursuant to this subsection, the commission shall serve upon the person claiming to be aggrieved a notice that: (1) Acknowledges receipt of the complaint; and (2) advises of the time frames and choice of forums available under this chapter.

(b) The commission, whenever it has reason to believe that any person has been engaged or is engaged in a discriminatory practice, may issue a complaint, except for a violation of subsection (a) of section 46a-80.

(c) The commission, whenever it has reason to believe that any contractor or subcontractor is not complying with antidiscrimination statutes or contract provisions required under section 4a-60, 4a-60a, [or] 4a-60g, [or the provisions of sections 46a-68c to] 46a-68e or 46a-68f, [inclusive,] may issue a complaint.

[(d) The commission may issue a complaint if: (1) An affirmative action plan filed pursuant to section 46a-68 is in violation of any of the provisions of section 4-61u or 4-61w, sections 46a-54 to 46a-64, inclusive, section 46a-64c or sections 46a-70 to 46a-78, inclusive; or (2) an agency, department, board or commission fails to submit an affirmative action plan required under section 46a-68. ]

[(e)] (d) Any employer whose employees, or any of them, refuse or threaten to refuse to comply with the provisions of section 46a-60 or 46a-81c may file with the commission a written complaint under oath asking for assistance by conciliation or other remedial action.

[(f)] (e) Any complaint filed pursuant to this section [must] shall be filed [within] not later than one hundred and eighty days after the alleged act of discrimination, except that any complaint by a person claiming to be aggrieved by a violation of subsection (a) of section 46a-80 [must] shall be filed [within] not later than thirty days of the alleged act of discrimination.

Sec. 87. Subsection (e) of section 46a-86 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(e) In addition to any other action taken under this section, upon a finding of noncompliance with antidiscrimination statutes or contract provisions required under section 4a-60 or 4a-60a or the provisions of sections [46a-68c to] 46a-68e and 46a-68f, [inclusive,] the presiding officer shall issue and file with the commission and cause to be served on the respondent an order with respect to any remedial action imposed by the presiding officer pursuant to subsection (c) or (d) of section 46a-56.

Sec. 88. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2010) Any state agency, department, board or commission that is required to prepare an affirmative action plan for a federal agency may submit such plan to the Department of Administrative Services in lieu of the affirmative action plan required in section 46a-68 of the general statutes, as amended by this act.

Sec. 89. Subsection (a) of section 10a-11 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2010):

(a) The Board of Governors of Higher Education shall, in consultation with the institutions of the state system of higher education and the constituent unit boards of trustees, develop a strategic plan, consistent with the affirmative action plan submitted to the [Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities] Department of Administrative Services, in accordance with section 46a-68, as amended by this act, to ensure that students, faculty, administrators and staff at each institution are representative of the racial and ethnic diversity of the total population of the state. For each institution there shall be an approved plan which shall include goals, programs and timetables for achieving those goals, and a procedure to monitor annually the results of these programs and a procedure to take corrective action if necessary. The Board of Governors of Higher Education shall also develop policies to guide affirmative action officers and programs in all constituent units and at each institution of public higher education.

Sec. 90. Subsection (a) of section 29-32b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) There shall be established a Board of Firearms Permit Examiners, within the Department of [Public Safety for administrative purposes only] Environmental Protection, hereinafter referred to as the board, to be comprised of seven members appointed by the Governor to serve during his term and until their successors are appointed and qualify. With the exception of public members, the members shall be appointed from nominees of the Commissioner of Public Safety, the Connecticut State Association of Chiefs of Police, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection, The Connecticut State Rifle and Revolver Association, Inc. , and Ye Connecticut Gun Guild, Inc. , and each of said organizations shall be entitled to representation on the board. At least one member of the board shall be a lawyer licensed to practice in this state, who shall act as chairman of the board during the hearing of appeals brought under this section.

Sec. 91. Section 126 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 41 of public act 09-8 of the September special session and section 15 of public act 10-3, is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

(a) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of seventy-one million two hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(b) For the fiscal [years] year ending June 30, 2011, [and June 30, 2012,] the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred [twenty-six] eight million dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

(c) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred twenty-six million dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

[(c)] (d) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, and annually thereafter, the Comptroller shall transfer the sum of one hundred seventy-two million eight hundred thousand dollars from the resources of the General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

Sec. 92. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 3-69a and 9-750 of the general statutes, on and after the effective date of this section, (1) no funds received by the State Treasurer under part III of chapter 32 of the general statutes and deposited in the General Fund shall be credited to the Citizens' Election Fund established in section 9-701 of the general statutes, and (2) no revenues from the tax imposed under chapter 208 of the general statutes shall be deposited in the Citizens' Election Fund.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter 157 of the general statutes, no grants shall be paid from the Citizens' Election Fund.

Sec. 93. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 9-701 of the general statutes, on or after July 1, 2010, the sum of forty-four million dollars shall be transferred from the Citizens' Election Fund and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 94. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding section 19a-32e of the general statutes, the sum of $ 5,000,000 shall be transferred from the Stem Cell Research Fund and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 95. (Effective from passage) (a) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, the appropriation for The University of Connecticut education block grant shall be the same as the appropriation for such purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

(b) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, the appropriation for the Connecticut State University System education block grant shall be the same as the appropriation for such purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 96. Subdivision (10) of subsection (a) of section 10a-109d of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(10) To borrow money and issue securities to finance the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, improvement or equipping of any one project, or more than one, or any combination of projects, or to refund securities issued after June 7, 1995, or to refund any such refunding securities or for any one, or more than one, or all of those purposes, or any combination of those purposes, and to provide for the security and payment of those securities and for the rights of the holders of them, except that the amount of any such borrowing, the special debt service requirements for which are secured by the state debt service commitment, exclusive of the amount of borrowing to refund securities, or to fund issuance costs or necessary reserves, may not exceed the aggregate principal amount of (A) for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1996, to June 30, 2005, inclusive, one billion thirty million dollars, (B) for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2006, to June 30, [2016] 2010, inclusive, [one billion two hundred fifty million] five hundred sixty-three million five hundred thousand dollars, and (C) such additional amount or amounts: (i) Required from time to time to fund any special capital reserve fund or other debt service reserve fund in accordance with the financing transaction proceedings, and (ii) to pay or provide for the costs of issuance and capitalized interest, if any; the aggregate amounts of subparagraphs (A), (B) and (C) of this subdivision are established as the authorized funding amount, and no borrowing within the authorized funding amount for a project or projects may be effected unless the project or projects are included in accordance with subsection (a) of section 10a-109e;

Sec. 97. Section 10a-109e of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) [The] Prior to July 1, 2010, the university may administer, manage, schedule, finance, further design and construct UConn 2000, to operate and maintain the components thereof in a prudent and economical manner and to reserve for and make renewals and replacements thereof when appropriate, it being hereby determined and found to be in the best interest of the state and the university to provide this independent authority to the university along with providing assured revenues therefor as the efficient and cost effective course to achieve the objective of avoiding further decline in the physical infrastructure of the university and to renew, modernize, enhance and maintain such infrastructure, the particular project or projects, each being hereby approved as a project of UConn 2000, and the presently estimated cost thereof being as follows:

T1385

UConn 2000 Project

Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

T1386

 

Fiscal Years

Fiscal years

Fiscal Years

T1387

 

1996-1999

2000-2005

[2005-1016]

T1388

     

2005-2010

T1389

       

T1390

Agricultural Biotechnology

     

T1391

Facility

9,400,000

   

T1392

       

T1393

Agricultural Biotechnology

     

T1394

Facility Completion

 

10,000,000

 

T1395

       

T1396

Alumni Quadrant

     

T1397

Renovations

 

14,338,000

 

T1398

       

T1399

Arjona and Monteith

     

T1400

(new classroom buildings)

   

66,100,000

T1401

       

T1402

Avery Point Campus

     

T1403

Undergraduate and

     

T1404

Library Building

   

35,000,000

T1405

       

T1406

Avery Point Marine

     

T1407

Science Research Center –

     

T1408

Phase I

34,000,000

   

T1409

       

T1410

Avery Point Marine

     

T1411

Science Research Center –

     

T1412

Phase II

 

16,682,000

 

T1413

       

T1414

Avery Point Renovation

 

5,600,000

 

T1415

       

T1416

Babbidge Library

0

   

T1417

       

T1418

Balancing Contingency

 

5,506,834

 

T1419

       

T1420

Beach Hall Renovations

   

10,000,000

T1421

       

T1422

Benton State Art Museum

     

T1423

Addition

 

1,400,000

3,000,000

T1424

       

T1425

Biobehavioral Complex

     

T1426

Replacement

   

4,000,000

T1427

       

T1428

Bishop Renovation

   

8,000,000

T1429

       

T1430

Budds Building

     

T1431

Renovation

 

2,805,000

 

T1432

       

T1433

Business School

     

T1434

Renovation

 

4,803,000

 

T1435

       

T1436

Chemistry Building

53,700,000

   

T1437

       

T1438

Commissary Warehouse

   

1,000,000

T1439

       

T1440

Deferred Maintenance/

     

T1441

Code/ADA Renovation

     

T1442

Lump Sum

39,332,000

 

215,000,000

T1443

       

T1444

Deferred Maintenance &

     

T1445

Renovation Lump Sum

     

T1446

Balance

 

104,668,000

 

T1447

       

T1448

East Campus North

     

T1449

Renovations

 

11,820,000

 

T1450

       

T1451

Engineering Building

     

T1452

(with Environmental

     

T1453

Research Institute)

   

36,700,000

T1454

       

T1455

Equine Center

 

1,000,000

 

T1456

       

T1457

Equipment, Library

     

T1458

Collections &

     

T1459

Telecommunications

60,500,000

 

200,000,000

T1460

       

T1461

Equipment, Library

     

T1462

Collections &

     

T1463

Telecommunications

     

T1464

Completion

 

182,118,146

 

T1465

       

T1466

Family Studies (DRM)

     

T1467

Renovation

   

6,500,000

T1468

       

T1469

Farm Buildings Repairs/

     

T1470

Replacement

   

6,000,000

T1471

       

T1472

Fine Arts Phase II

   

20,000,000

T1473

       

T1474

Floriculture Greenhouse

   

3,000,000

T1475

       

T1476

Gant Building Renovations

   

34,000,000

T1477

       

T1478

Gant Plaza Deck

 

0

 

T1479

       

T1480

Gentry Completion

   

10,000,000

T1481

       

T1482

Gentry Renovation

 

9,299,000

 

T1483

       

T1484

Grad Dorm Renovations

 

7,548,000

 

T1485

       

T1486

Gulley Hall Renovation

 

1,416,000

 

T1487

       

T1488

Hartford Relocation

     

T1489

Acquisition/Renovation

 

56,762,020

 

T1490

       

T1491

Hartford Relocation Design

1,500,000

   

T1492

       

T1493

Hartford Relocation

     

T1494

Feasibility Study

500,000

   

T1495

       

T1496

Heating Plant Upgrade

10,000,000

   

T1497

       

T1498

Hilltop Dormitory New

 

30,000,000

 

T1499

       

T1500

Hilltop Dormitory

     

T1501

Renovations

 

3,141,000

 

T1502

       

T1503

Ice Rink Enclosure

2,616,000

   

T1504

       

T1505

Incubator Facilities

   

10,000,000

T1506

       

T1507

International House

     

T1508

Conversion

 

800,000

 

T1509

       

T1510

Intramural, Recreational

     

T1511

and Intercollegiate Facilities

   

31,000,000

T1512

       

T1513

Jorgensen Renovation

   

7,200,000

T1514

       

T1515

Koons Hall Renovation/

     

T1516

Addition

   

7,000,000

T1517

       

T1518

Lakeside Renovation

   

3,800,000

T1519

       

T1520

Law School Renovations/

     

T1521

Improvements

   

15,000,000

T1522

       

T1523

Library Storage Facility

   

5,000,000

T1524

       

T1525

Litchfield Agricultural

     

T1526

Center – Phase I

1,000,000

   

T1527

       

T1528

Litchfield Agricultural

     

T1529

Center – Phase II

 

700,000

 

T1530

       

T1531

Manchester Hall

     

T1532

Renovation

   

6,000,000

T1533

       

T1534

Mansfield Apartments

     

T1535

Renovation

2,612,000

   

T1536

       

T1537

Mansfield Training School

     

T1538

Improvements

 

27,614,000

29,000,000

T1539

       

T1540

Natural History Museum

     

T1541

Completion

   

4,900,000

T1542

       

T1543

North Campus Renovation

2,654,000

   

T1544

       

T1545

North Campus Renovation

     

T1546

Completion

 

21,049,000

 

T1547

       

T1548

North Hillside Road

     

T1549

Completion

   

11,500,000

T1550

       

T1551

North Superblock Site

     

T1552

and Utilities

8,000,000

   

T1553

       

T1554

Northwest Quadrant

     

T1555

Renovation

2,001,000

   

T1556

       

T1557

Northwest Quadrant

     

T1558

Renovation

 

15,874,000

 

T1559

       

T1560

Observatory

   

1,000,000

T1561

       

T1562

Old Central Warehouse

   

18,000,000

T1563

       

T1564

Parking Garage #3

   

15,000,000

T1565

       

T1566

Parking Garage – North

10,000,000

   

T1567

       

T1568

Parking Garage – South

 

15,000,000

 

T1569

       

T1570

Pedestrian Spinepath

 

2,556,000

 

T1571

       

T1572

Pedestrian Walkways

 

3,233,000

 

T1573

       

T1574

Psychology Building

     

T1575

Renovation/Addition

   

20,000,000

T1576

       

T1577

Residential Life Facilities

   

90,000,000

T1578

       

T1579

Roadways

 

10,000,000

 

T1580

       

T1581

School of Business

20,000,000

   

T1582

       

T1583

School of Pharmacy/Biology

3,856,000

   

T1584

       

T1585

School of Pharmacy/Biology

     

T1586

Completion

 

61,058,000

 

T1587

       

T1588

Shippee/Buckley

     

T1589

Renovations

 

6,156,000

 

T1590

       

T1591

Social Science K Building

 

20,964,000

 

T1592

       

T1593

South Campus Complex

13,127,000

   

T1594

       

T1595

Stamford Campus

     

T1596

Improvements

   

3,000,000

T1597

       

T1598

Stamford Downtown

     

T1599

Relocation – Phase I

45,659,000

   

T1600

       

T1601

Stamford Downtown

     

T1602

Relocation – Phase II

 

17,392,000

 

T1603

       

T1604

Storrs Hall Addition

   

4,300,000

T1605

       

T1606

Student Health Services

   

12,000,000

T1607

       

T1608

Student Union Addition

 

23,000,000

 

T1609

       

T1610

Support Facility

     

T1611

(Architectural and

     

T1612

Engineering Services)

   

2,000,000

T1613

       

T1614

Technology Quadrant –

     

T1615

Phase IA

38,000,000

   

T1616

       

T1617

Technology Quadrant –

     

T1618

Phase IB

 

16,611,000

 

T1619

       

T1620

Technology Quadrant –

     

T1621

Phase II

 

72,000,000

 

T1622

       

T1623

Technology Quadrant –

     

T1624

Phase III

 

15,000,000

 

T1625

       

T1626

Torrey Life Science

     

T1627

Renovation

 

17,000,000

 

T1628

       

T1629

Torrey Renovation

     

T1630

Completion and Biology

     

T1631

Expansion

   

42,000,000

T1632

       

T1633

Torrington Campus

     

T1634

Improvements

   

1,000,000

T1635

       

T1636

Towers Renovation

 

17,794,000

 

T1637

       

T1638

UConn Products Store

   

1,000,000

T1639

       

T1640

Undergraduate Education

     

T1641

Center

650,000

   

T1642

       

T1643

Undergraduate Education

     

T1644

Center

 

7,450,000

 

T1645

       

T1646

Underground Steam &

     

T1647

Water Upgrade

3,500,000

   

T1648

       

T1649

Underground Steam &

     

T1650

Water Upgrade

     

T1651

Completion

 

9,000,000

 

T1652

       

T1653

University Programs

     

T1654

Building – Phase I

8,750,000

   

T1655

       

T1656

University Programs

     

T1657

Building – Phase II

     

T1658

Visitors Center

 

300,000

 

T1659

       

T1660

Waring Building Conversion

7,888,000

   

T1661

       

T1662

Waterbury Downtown

     

T1663

Campus

   

3,000,000

T1664

       

T1665

Waterbury Property

     

T1666

Purchase

325,000

   

T1667

       

T1668

West Campus Renovations

 

14,897,000

 

T1669

       

T1670

West Hartford Campus

     

T1671

Renovations/

     

T1672

Improvements

   

25,000,000

T1673

       

T1674

White Building Renovation

2,430,000

   

T1675

       

T1676

Wilbur Cross Building

     

T1677

Renovation

 

3,645,000

 

T1678

       

T1679

Young Building Renovation

     

T1680

/Addition

   

17,000,000

T1681

       

T1682

HEALTH CENTER

     

T1683

       

T1684

CLAC Renovation

     

T1685

Biosafety Level 3 Lab

   

14,000,000

T1686

       

T1687

Deferred Maintenance/

     

T1688

Code/ADA Renovation

     

T1689

Sum – Health Center

   

50,000,000

T1690

       

T1691

Dental School Renovation

   

5,000,000

T1692

       

T1693

Equipment, Library

     

T1694

Collections and

     

T1695

Telecommunications –

     

T1696

Health Center

   

75,000,000

T1697

       

T1698

Library/Student Computer

     

T1699

Center Renovation

   

5,000,000

T1700

       

T1701

Main Building Renovation

   

75,000,000

T1702

       

T1703

Medical School Academic

     

T1704

Building Renovation

   

9,000,000

T1705

       

T1706

Parking Garage – Health

     

T1707

Center

   

8,400,000

T1708

       

T1709

Research Tower

   

60,000,000

T1710

       

T1711

Support Building Addition/

     

T1712

Renovation

   

4,000,000

T1713

       

T1714

Total – Storrs and Regional

     

T1715

Campus Project List

   

1,043,000,000

T1716

       

T1717

Total – Health Center

     

T1718

Project List

   

305,400,000

T1719

       

T1720

TOTAL

382,000,000

868,000,000

1,348,400,000

(b) The plan of funding UConn 2000 shall be the proceeds of general obligation bonds of the state in an amount authorized before June 7, 1995, and the proceeds of securities subject to the authorized funding amount established in subdivision (10) of subsection (a) of section 10a-109d and the proceeds of the Special External Gift Fund becoming available to the university pursuant to section 10a-109i.

(c) The amount of the state debt service commitment in each fiscal year prior to July 1, 2010, shall be pledged by the university for the punctual payment of special debt service requirements as the same arise and shall become due and payable. As part of the contract of the state with the holders of the securities secured by the state debt service commitment and pursuant to section 10a-109u, appropriation of all amounts of the state debt service commitment is hereby made out of the resources of the General Fund and the Treasurer shall pay such amount in each fiscal year, to the paying agent on the securities secured by the state debt service commitment or otherwise as the Treasurer shall provide. The university shall be entitled to rely on the amount of the state debt service commitment and minimum state operating provision as and for assured revenues in any financing transaction proceeding, provided, to the extent any such proceeding includes reliance on such state debt service commitment and such minimum state operating provision, the university commits to a rate covenant and covenants, in substance, with the state and the holders of its securities to the effect that as long as any securities thereunder are outstanding that it has established and will charge, collect and increase, from time to time, and in time tuition fees and charges for its educational services, its auxiliary enterprises, including dormitory housing, food services and sale of textbooks and use of the physical university plant and for all other services and goods provided by the university, the amount of which, together with other assured revenues or other revenues otherwise available to the university including proceeds available from the Special External Gift Fund shall in each of its fiscal years be sufficient to pay when due, the special debt service requirements on outstanding securities and to permit the university to operate and maintain itself as an institution dedicated to excellence in higher education and to operate and maintain the physical university plant in sound operating condition and to otherwise permit the performance of all covenants included in the financing documents.

(d) [With] Prior to July 1, 2010, with respect to UConn 2000 and within the authorized funding amount, the university may, from time to time, and shall whenever appropriate or necessary, revise, delete and add a particular project or projects, provided (1) a formal approving vote of its board of trustees shall be needed for a material revision, deletion or addition dictated by a change in university planning as determined by its board of trustees or otherwise necessary because of reasons beyond the control of the university, (2) any material revision shall be subject only to such formal approval of the board of trustees as long as the board finds and determines that such revision is consistent with the intent or purpose of the original project, (3) a material addition or deletion shall be conditioned not only upon such formal approval of the board of trustees but also upon a request by the board of trustees for, and enactment of, a subsequent public or special act approving such addition or deletion, if such addition is to add a project not outlined in subsection (a) of this section or the deletion is the deletion of a project outlined in subsection (a) of this section, and (4) no revision, addition or deletion shall reduce the amount of any state debt service commitment. Further, with respect to UConn 2000 and subject to the limitations in the authorized funding amount, the university may determine the sequencing and timing of such project or projects, revise estimates of cost and reallocate from any amounts estimated in subdivision (a) of this section, for one or more projects to one or more other projects then constituting a component of UConn 2000 as long as, at the time of such reallocation, it has found that any such project to which a reallocation is made has been revised or added in accordance with this section and such project from which a reallocation is made either has been so revised or added and can be completed within the amounts remaining allocated to it, or has been so deleted. University actions under this section shall be included in reports to the General Assembly under section 10a-109y.

Sec. 98. Subsection (a) of section 10a-109g of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) (1) The university is authorized to provide by resolution, at one time or from time to time, for the issuance and sale of securities, in its own name on behalf of the state, pursuant to section 10a-109f. The board of trustees of the university is hereby authorized by such resolution to delegate to its finance committee such matters as it may determine appropriate other than the authorization and maximum amount of the securities to be issued, the nature of the obligation of the securities as established pursuant to subsection (c) of this section and the projects for which the proceeds are to be used. The finance committee may act on such matters unless and until the board of trustees elects to reassume the same. The amount of securities the special debt service requirements which are secured by the state debt service commitment that the board of trustees is authorized to provide for the issuance and sale in accordance with this subsection shall be capped in each fiscal year in the following amounts provided, to the extent the board of trustees does not provide for the issuance of all or a portion of such amount in a fiscal year, all or such portion, as the case may be, may be carried forward to any succeeding fiscal year and provided further, the actual amount for funding, paying or providing for the items described in subparagraph (C) of subdivision (10) of subsection (a) of section 10a-109d may be added to the capped amount in each fiscal year:

T1721

Fiscal Year

Amount

T1722

1996

$ 112,542,000

T1723

1997

112,001,000

T1724

1998

93,146,000

T1725

1999

64,311,000

T1726

2000

130,000,000

T1727

2001

100,000,000

T1728

2002

100,000,000

T1729

2003

100,000,000

T1730

2004

100,000,000

T1731

2005

100,000,000

T1732

2006

79,000,000

T1733

2007

89,000,000

T1734

2008

115,000,000

T1735

2009

140,000,000

T1736

2010

140,500,000

T1737

[2011

146,500,000

T1738

2012

123,100,000

T1739

2013

114,500,000

T1740

2014

111,500,000

T1741

2015

100,000,000

T1742

2016

90,900,000]

(2) Subject to amount limitations of such capping provisions in subdivision (1) of this subsection and following approval of such resolution as provided in subsection (b) of section 10a-109f, the principal amount of the securities authorized therein for such project or projects shall be deemed to be an appropriation and allocation of such amount for such project or projects, respectively, and such approval by the Governor of such resolution shall be deemed the allotment by the Governor of such capital outlays within the meaning of section 4-85 and the university (A) may award a contract or contracts and incur an obligation or obligations with respect to each such project or projects authorized pursuant to and within the amount authorized in such resolution, notwithstanding that such contract or obligation may at any particular time exceed the amount of the proceeds from the sale of securities theretofore received by the university, and (B) may issue and sell securities respecting such contracts or obligations referred to in subparagraph (A) only at such time or times as shall be needed to have the proceeds thereof available to pay requisitions expected thereunder within the year following issuance of such securities and to provide for costs of UConn 2000 of not more than twenty per cent in excess and regardless of such anticipated cash expenditure requirements but subject to section 10a-109q, provided the amount needed for funding, paying or providing for the items described in subparagraph (B) of subdivision (10) of subsection (a) of section 10a-109d may be added to the amount of securities so issued.

Sec. 99. (Effective July 1, 2010) (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 six hundred eighty-six million five hundred thousand 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 University of Connecticut for the purpose of infrastructure improvement projects.

(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. 100. Subsection (a) of section 10a-91d of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) It is hereby determined and found to be in the best interest of this state and the system to establish CSUS 2020 as the efficient and cost-effective course to achieve the objective of renewing, modernizing, enhancing, expanding, acquiring and maintaining the infrastructure of the system, the particular project or projects, each being hereby approved as a project of CSUS 2020, and the presently estimated cost thereof being as follows:

T1743

 

Phase I

[Phase II

[Phase III

T1744

 

Fiscal Years

Fiscal Years

Fiscal Years

T1745

 

Ending

Ending

Ending

T1746

 

June 30,

June 30,

June 30,

T1747

 

[2009-2011]

2012-2014]

2015-2018]

T1748

 

2009-2010

   

T1749

Central Connecticut State

     

T1750

University

     

T1751

Code Compliance/

     

T1752

Infrastructure Improvements

18,146,445

[6,704,000]

[5,000,000]

T1753

Renovate/Expand Willard

     

T1754

and DiLoreto Halls

     

T1755

(design/construction)

 

[57,737,000]

 

T1756

Renovate/Expand Willard and

     

T1757

DiLoreto Halls

     

T1758

(equipment)

   

[3,348,000]

T1759

New Classroom Office Building

33,978,000

   

T1760

East Campus Infrastructure

     

T1761

Development

13,244,000

   

T1762

Burritt Library Expansion

     

T1763

(design/construction)

   

[96,262,000]

T1764

Burritt Library Renovation

     

T1765

(design)

   

[11,387,000]

T1766

New Maintenance/Salt Shed

     

T1767

Facility

2,503,000

   

T1768

       

T1769

Eastern Connecticut State

     

T1770

University

     

T1771

Code Compliance/

     

T1772

Infrastructure Improvements

8,255,113

[5,825,000]

[5,000,000]

T1773

Fine Arts Instructional Center

     

T1774

(design)

12,000,000

   

T1775

Fine Arts Instructional Center

     

T1776

(construction)

 

[71,556,000]

 

T1777

Fine Arts Instructional Center

     

T1778

(equipment)

   

[4,115,000]

T1779

Goddard Hall Renovation

     

T1780

(design/construction)

 

[19,239,000]

 

T1781

Goddard Hall Renovation

     

T1782

(equipment)

   

[1,095,000]

T1783

Sports Center Addition and

     

T1784

Renovation (design)

   

[11,048,000]

T1785

Outdoor Track – Phase II

1,816,000

   

T1786

Athletic Support Building

1,921,000

   

T1787

New Warehouse

2,269,000

   

T1788

       

T1789

Southern Connecticut State

     

T1790

University

     

T1791

Code Compliance/

     

T1792

Infrastructure Improvements

21,860,500

[8,637,000]

[5,000,000]

T1793

New Academic Laboratory

     

T1794

Building/Parking Garage

     

T1795

(construct garage,

     

T1796

design academic laboratory

     

T1797

building, demolish Seabury

     

T1798

Hall)

20,426,000

   

T1799

New Academic Laboratory

     

T1800

Building/Parking Garage

     

T1801

(construct academic laboratory

     

T1802

building)

 

[63,171,000]

 

T1803

Health and Human Services

     

T1804

Building

   

[60,412,000]

T1805

Fine Arts Instructional Center

   

[70,929,000]

T1806

       

T1807

Western Connecticut State

     

T1808

University

     

T1809

Code Compliance/

     

T1810

Infrastructure Improvements

7,658,330

[4,323,000]

[7,212,000]

T1811

Fine Arts Instructional Center

     

T1812

(construction)

80,605,000

   

T1813

Fine Arts Instructional Center

     

T1814

(equipment)

 

[4,666,000]

 

T1815

Higgins Hall Renovations

     

T1816

(design)

 

[2,982,000]

 

T1817

Higgins Hall Renovations

     

T1818

(construction/equipment)

   

[31,594,000]

T1819

Berkshire Hall Renovations

     

T1820

(design)

   

[4,797,000]

T1821

University Police Department

     

T1822

Building (design)

500,000

   

T1823

University Police Department

     

T1824

Building (construction)

 

[4,245,000]

 

T1825

Midtown Campus Mini-Chiller

     

T1826

Plant

   

[1,957,000]

T1827

       

T1828

State University System

     

T1829

       

T1830

New and Replacement

     

T1831

Equipment

26,895,000

[14,500,000]

[31,844,000]

T1832

Alterations/Improvements:

     

T1833

Auxiliary Service Facilities

18,672,422

[15,000,000]

[20,000,000]

T1834

Telecommunications

     

T1835

Infrastructure Upgrade

5,000,000

[3,415,000]

[5,000,000]

T1836

Land and Property Acquisition

9,250,190

[3,000,000]

[4,000,000]

T1837

       

T1838

Totals

285,000,000

[285,000,000]

[380,000,000]

Sec. 101. Subsection (a) of section 10a-91e of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The State Bond Commission shall approve the CSUS 2020 program and authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in principal amounts not exceeding in the aggregate [nine hundred fifty million] one hundred ninety million dollars. The amount provided for the issuance and sale of bonds in accordance with this section shall be capped in [each fiscal year] the fiscal years ending June 30, 2009, and June 30, 2010, in the following amounts, provided, to the extent the board of trustees does not provide for the issuance of all or a portion of such amount in [a fiscal year] the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009, or the Governor disapproves the request for issuance of all or a portion of the amount of the bonds as provided in subsection (d) of this section, any amount not provided for or disapproved, as the case may be, shall be carried forward and added to the capped amount for the [next succeeding] fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, and provided further, the costs of issuance and capitalized interest, if any, may be added to the capped amount in each fiscal year, and each of the authorized amounts shall be effective on July first of the fiscal year indicated as follows:

T1839

Fiscal Year Ending June 30

Amount

T1840

   

T1841

2009

95,000,000

T1842

2010

[95,000,000] 190,000,000

T1843

[2011

95,000,000

T1844

2012

95,000,000

T1845

2013

95,000,000

T1846

2014

95,000,000

T1847

2015

95,000,000

T1848

2016

95,000,000

T1849

2017

95,000,000

T1850

2018

95,000,000]

T1851

Total

[$ 950,000,000] $285,000,000

Sec. 102. Subsection (c) of section 10a-91e of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(c) All bonds issued pursuant to sections 10a-91a to 10a-91h, inclusive, as amended by this act, prior to the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, 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. 103. (Effective July 1, 2010) (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 six hundred sixty-five 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 Connecticut State University System for the purpose of infrastructure improvement projects.

(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. 104. (Effective from passage) Any savings realized under sections 33 to 43, inclusive, 45 to 47, inclusive, 52 and 55 of this act, to an appropriated fund other than the General Fund, shall be transferred and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 105. (Effective July 1, 2010) The sum of $ 9,000,000, exclusive of assessments, shall be transferred from the Banking Fund, established under section 36a-65 of the general statutes, and credited to the resources of the General Fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 106. Subsection (a) of section 18-86b of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 18-105 to 18-107, inclusive, the Commissioner of Correction is authorized to [improve the operation of the state's correctional facilities by entering] enter into contracts with any governmental or private vendor for supervision of not more than five hundred inmates outside the state. Any such governmental or private vendor shall agree to be bound by the provisions of the Interstate Corrections Compact, and any governmental or privately-operated facility to which state inmates are transferred pursuant to a contract under this subsection shall be located in a state which has enacted and entered into the Interstate Corrections Compact.

Sec. 107. Section 10-231b of the 2010 supplement to the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2010):

(a) No person, other than a pesticide applicator with supervisory certification under section 22a-54 or a pesticide applicator with operational certification under section 22a-54 under the direct supervision of a supervisory pesticide applicator, may apply pesticide within any building or on the grounds of any school, other than a regional agricultural science and technology education center. This section shall not apply in the case of an emergency application of pesticide to eliminate an immediate threat to human health where it is impractical to obtain the services of any such applicator provided such emergency application does not involve a restricted use pesticide, as defined in section 22a-47.

(b) No person shall apply a lawn care pesticide on the grounds of any public or private [preschool or public or private] school, [with students in grade eight or lower,] except that (1) on and after January 1, 2006, until [July 1, 2010] July 1, 2012, an application of a lawn care pesticide may be made at a public or private school [with students in grade eight or lower] on the playing fields and playgrounds of such school pursuant to an integrated pest management plan, which plan (A) shall be consistent with the model pest control management plan developed by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection pursuant to section 22a-66l, and (B) may be developed by a local or regional board of education for all public schools under its control, and (2) an emergency application of a lawn care pesticide may be made to eliminate a threat to human health, as determined by the local health director, the Commissioner of Public Health, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection or, in the case of a public school, the school superintendent.

(c) Not later than January 1, 2011, the Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall submit a report, in accordance with section 11-4a, to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to the environment. Such report shall include an assessment of the viability of extending the use of integrated pest management plans to facilities, other than schools, that are under the custody and control of municipalities. Additionally, such report shall include a recommendation for a date when the application of a lawn care pesticide on the playing fields and playgrounds of such schools pursuant to an integrated pest management plan shall be prohibited and the reasons for such recommendation.

Sec. 108. (NEW) (Effective from passage) (a) There is hereby created as a body politic and corporate, constituting a public instrumentality and political subdivision of the state created for the performance of an essential public and governmental function, Connecticut Airport Authority, which is empowered to carry out the purposes of the authority, as defined in subsection (b) of this section, which are hereby determined to be public purposes for which public funds may be expended. The Connecticut Airport Authority shall not be construed to be a department, institution or agency of the state.

(b) For purposes of this section and sections 109 and 110 of this act, "authority" means the Connecticut Airport Authority and "purposes of the authority" means the purposes of the authority expressed in and pursuant to this section, including operating and maintaining the Bradley International Airport and Hartford-Brainard Airport. The powers enumerated in this section shall be interpreted broadly to effectuate the purposes of the authority and shall not be construed as a limitation of powers. The authority shall have the power to:

(1) Establish an office in the state;

(2) Employ such assistants, agents and other employees as may be necessary or desirable, which employees shall be exempt from the classified service and shall not be employees, as defined in subsection (b) of section 5-270 of the general statutes;

(3) Establish all necessary or appropriate personnel practices and policies, including those relating to hiring, promotion, compensation, retirement and collective bargaining, which need not be in accordance with chapter 68 of the general statutes, and the authority shall not be an employer, as defined in subsection (a) of section 5-270 of the general statutes;

(4) Engage consultants, attorneys and other experts as may be necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes of the authority;

(5) Acquire, lease, purchase, own, manage, hold and dispose of personal property, and lease, convey or deal in or enter into agreements with respect to such property on any terms necessary or incidental to the carrying out of these purposes;

(6) Procure insurance against loss in connection with its property and other assets in such amounts and from such insurers as it deems desirable;

(7) Make and enter into any contract or agreement necessary or incidental to the performance of its duties and execution of its powers. The contracts entered into by the authority shall not be subject to the approval of any other state department, office or agency. However, copies of all contracts of the authority shall be maintained by the authority as public records, subject to the proprietary rights of any party to the contract;

(8) To the extent permitted under its contract with other persons, consent to any termination, modification, forgiveness or other change of any term of any contractual right, payment, royalty, contract or agreement of any kind to which the authority is a party;

(9) Receive and accept, from any source, aid or contributions, including money, property, labor and other things of value;

(10) Invest any funds not needed for immediate use or disbursement in obligations issued or guaranteed by the United States of America or the state and in obligations that are legal investments for savings banks in this state;

(11) Account for and audit funds of the authority and funds of any recipients of funds from the authority;

(12) Sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, adopt a seal and alter the same at pleasure;

(13) Adopt regular procedures for exercising the power of the authority not in conflict with other provisions of the general statutes; and

(14) Do all acts and things necessary and convenient to carry out the purposes of the authority.

(c) (1) The Connecticut Airport Authority shall be managed by a board of directors. The board shall consist of the following members: The Commissioner of Transportation or a designee; three appointed by the Governor; three appointed by the president pro tempore of the Senate; three appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives; one appointed by the majority leader of the Senate; one appointed by the majority leader of the House of Representatives; one appointed by the minority leader of the Senate; and one appointed by the minority leader of the House of Representatives. The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or a designee, shall be an ex-officio, nonvoting member of the board. The members shall select the chairperson of the board.

(2) All initial appointments to the board shall be made on or before October 1, 2010. The initial term for the board members appointed by the Governor shall be for four years. The initial term for board members appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives and the majority leader of the House of Representatives shall be for three years. The initial term for board members appointed by the minority leader of the House of Representatives and the minority leader of the Senate shall be for two years. The initial term for the board members appointed by the president pro tempore of the Senate and the majority leader of the Senate shall be for one year. Terms shall expire on September thirtieth of each year in accordance with the provisions of this subsection. Any vacancy shall be filled by the appointing authority for the balance of the unexpired term. Other than an initial term, a board member shall serve for a term of four years. No board member, including initial board members, may serve for more than two terms. Any member of the board may be removed by the appropriate appointing authority for misfeasance, malfeasance or wilful neglect of duty.

(3) The chairperson shall schedule the first meeting of the board, which shall be held not later than November 1, 2010.

(4) Any member appointed to the board who fails to attend three consecutive meetings or who fails to attend fifty per cent of all meetings held during any calendar year shall be deemed to have resigned from the board.

(5) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, it shall not constitute a conflict of interest for a trustee, director, partner, officer, stockholder, proprietor, counsel or employee of any person, firm or corporation to serve as a board member, provided such trustee, director, partner, officer, stockholder, proprietor, counsel or employee shall abstain from deliberation, action or vote by the board in specific respect to such person, firm or corporation. All members shall be deemed public officials and shall adhere to the code of ethics for public officials set forth in chapter 10 of the general statutes.

(6) Board members shall receive no compensation for their services, but shall receive actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties.

(d) The board shall select and appoint a chief executive officer who shall be responsible for administering the authority's programs and activities in accordance with policies and objectives established by the board. The chief executive officer shall serve at the pleasure of the board and shall receive such compensation as shall be determined by the board. The chief executive officer (1) may employ such other employees as shall be designated by the board of directors; and (2) shall attend all meetings of the board, keep a record of all proceedings and maintain and be custodian of all books, documents and papers filed with the authority and of the minute book of the authority.

(e) The board may consult with such parties, public or private, as it deems desirable in exercising its duties under this section.

Sec. 109. (NEW) (Effective from passage) The state of Connecticut does hereby pledge to and agree with any person with whom the Connecticut Airport Authority may enter into contracts pursuant to the provisions of sections 108 to 110, inclusive, of this act that the state will not limit or alter the rights hereby vested in the authority until such contracts and the obligations thereunder are fully met and performed on the part of the authority, provided nothing contained in this section shall preclude such limitation or alteration if adequate provision shall be made by law for the protection of such persons entering into contracts with the authority.

Sec. 110. (NEW) (Effective from passage) The Connecticut Airport Authority shall be and is hereby declared exempt from all franchise, corporate business, property and income taxes levied by the state or any municipality, provided nothing in this section shall be construed to exempt from any such taxes, or from any taxes levied in connection with the manufacture or sale of any products which are the subject of any agreement made by the authority, any person entering into any agreement with the authority.

Sec. 111. Subsection (l) of section 1-79 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(l) "Quasi-public agency" means the Connecticut Development Authority, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, Connecticut Health and Education Facilities Authority, Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority, Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Connecticut Housing Authority, Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, Lower Fairfield County Convention Center Authority, Capital City Economic Development Authority, [and] Connecticut Lottery Corporation and Connecticut Airport Authority.

Sec. 112. Subdivision (1) of section 1-120 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(1) "Quasi-public agency" means the Connecticut Development Authority, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority, Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Connecticut Housing Authority, Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, Capital City Economic Development Authority, [and] Connecticut Lottery Corporation and Connecticut Airport Authority.

Sec. 113. Section 1-124 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(a) The Connecticut Development Authority, the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, the Connecticut Housing Authority, the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, the Connecticut Airport Authority and the Capital City Economic Development Authority shall not borrow any money or issue any bonds or notes which are guaranteed by the state of Connecticut or for which there is a capital reserve fund of any kind which is in any way contributed to or guaranteed by the state of Connecticut until and unless such borrowing or issuance is approved by the State Treasurer or the Deputy State Treasurer appointed pursuant to section 3-12. The approval of the State Treasurer or said deputy shall be based on documentation provided by the authority that it has sufficient revenues to (1) pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and notes issued, (2) establish, increase and maintain any reserves deemed by the authority to be advisable to secure the payment of the principal of and interest on such bonds and notes, (3) pay the cost of maintaining, servicing and properly insuring the purpose for which the proceeds of the bonds and notes have been issued, if applicable, and (4) pay such other costs as may be required.

(b) To the extent the Connecticut Development Authority, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority, Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Connecticut Housing Authority, Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, the Connecticut Airport Authority or the Capital City Economic Development Authority is permitted by statute and determines to exercise any power to moderate interest rate fluctuations or enter into any investment or program of investment or contract respecting interest rates, currency, cash flow or other similar agreement, including, but not limited to, interest rate or currency swap agreements, the effect of which is to subject a capital reserve fund which is in any way contributed to or guaranteed by the state of Connecticut, to potential liability, such determination shall not be effective until and unless the State Treasurer or his or her deputy appointed pursuant to section 3-12 has approved such agreement or agreements. The approval of the State Treasurer or his or her deputy shall be based on documentation provided by the authority that it has sufficient revenues to meet the financial obligations associated with the agreement or agreements.

Sec. 114. Section 1-125 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

The directors, officers and employees of the Connecticut Development Authority, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority, Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Connecticut Housing Authority, Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, including ad hoc members of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Capital City Economic Development Authority, the Connecticut Airport Authority and Connecticut Lottery Corporation and any person executing the bonds or notes of the agency shall not be liable personally on such bonds or notes or be subject to any personal liability or accountability by reason of the issuance thereof, nor shall any director or employee of the agency, including ad hoc members of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, be personally liable for damage or injury, not wanton, reckless, wilful or malicious, caused in the performance of his or her duties and within the scope of his or her employment or appointment as such director, officer or employee, including ad hoc members of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority. The agency shall protect, save harmless and indemnify its directors, officers or employees, including ad hoc members of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, from financial loss and expense, including legal fees and costs, if any, arising out of any claim, demand, suit or judgment by reason of alleged negligence or alleged deprivation of any person's civil rights or any other act or omission resulting in damage or injury, if the director, officer or employee, including ad hoc members of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, is found to have been acting in the discharge of his or her duties or within the scope of his or her employment and such act or omission is found not to have been wanton, reckless, wilful or malicious.

Sec. 115. (Effective from passage) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, the Commissioner of Transportation shall convey to the Connecticut Airport Authority established under section 108 of this act, Bradley International Airport and the Hartford-Brainard Airport, at a cost equal to the fair market value of said airports. The fair market value of said airports shall be determined by the average of the appraisals of two independent appraisers who shall be selected by the commissioner. The conveyance shall be subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board. If the Commissioner of Transportation determines that federal approval is needed for the conveyance, said commissioner shall apply for such approval.

(b) The State Properties Review Board shall complete its review of the conveyance of said parcel of land not later than thirty days after it receives a proposed agreement from the Department of Transportation. The airports shall remain under the care and control of said department until a conveyance is made in accordance with the provisions of this section. The State Treasurer shall execute and deliver any deed or instrument necessary for a conveyance under this section. The Commissioner of Transportation shall have the sole responsibility for all other incidents of such conveyance.

Sec. 116. (Effective from passage) (a) The Legislative Commissioners' Office shall make such technical and conforming changes as necessary to carry out the purposes of sections 108 to 110, inclusive, of this act.

(b) The sale required in section 115 of this act shall be completed so as to achieve eight hundred million dollars in revenue in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.

Sec. 117. (Effective from passage) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2-35 of the general statutes, (1) the appropriations in section 1 of this act are supported by the revenue estimates contained in section 495 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 57 of public act 09-8 of the September special session and section 118 of this act, (2) the appropriations in section 2 of this act are supported by the revenue estimates contained in section 496 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 58 of public act 09-8 of the September special session and section 119 of this act, and (3) the appropriations in section 5 of this act are supported by the revenue estimates contained in section 500 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 120 of this act.

Sec. 118. Section 495 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 57 of public act 09-8 of the September special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

The appropriations in section [11 of public act 09-3 of the June special session] 1 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

T1852

Taxes

2010-2011

 

T1853

Personal Income

[$ 6,654,700,000]

$6,682,500,000

T1854

Sales and Use

[3,095,400,000]

3,165,800,000

T1855

Corporations

[731,900,000]

662,900,000

T1856

Public Service Corporations

[278,300,000]

271,400,000

T1857

Inheritance and Estate

[102,000,000]

99,000,000

T1858

Insurance Companies

[216,800,000]

223,900,000

T1859

Cigarettes

[403,100,000]

386,500,000

T1860

Real Estate Conveyance

[117,500,000]

114,900,000

T1861

Oil Companies

[75,500,000]

107,700,000

T1862

Alcoholic Beverages

[48,500,000]

48,100,000

T1863

Admissions, Dues and Cabaret

[37,600,000]

36,500,000

T1864

Miscellaneous

[144,700,000]

144,900,000

T1865

Total Taxes

[11,906,000,000]

11,944,100,000

T1866

     

T1867

Refunds of Taxes

[(983,300,000)]

(1,009,300,000)

T1868

R & D Credit Exchange

(10,500,000)

 

T1869

Taxes Less Refunds

[10,912,200,000]

10,924,300,000

T1870

     

T1871

Other Revenue

   

T1872

Transfer Special Revenue

295,100,000

 

T1873

Indian Gaming Payments

[391,700,000]

365,800,000

T1874

Licenses, Permits and Fees

[265,600,000]

241,000,000

T1875

Sales of Commodities and Services

34,300,000

 

T1876

Rentals, Fines and Escheats

[103,400,000]

99,500,000

T1877

Investment Income

[10,000,000]

6,500,000

T1878

Miscellaneous

[218,500,000]

967,000,000

T1879

Refunds of Payments

[(700,000)]

(900,000)

T1880

Total Other Revenue

[1,317,900,000]

2,008,300,000

T1881

     

T1882

Other Sources

   

T1883

Federal Grants

[3,770,400,000]

4,238,800,000

T1884

Transfer to the Resources of the General

   

T1885

Fund

[1,678,000,000]

395,900,000

T1886

Transfer from Tobacco Settlement Fund

[106,100,000]

102,300,000

T1887

Transfer to Other Funds

[(187,800,000)]

(185,900,000)

T1888

Total Other Sources

[5,366,700,000]

4,551,100,000

T1889

     

T1890

Total Revenue

[17,596,800,000]

17,483,700,000

Sec. 119. Section 496 of public act 09-3 of the June special session, as amended by section 58 of public act 09-8 of the September special, is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

The appropriations in section [12 of public act 09-3 of the June special session] 2 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

T1891

Taxes

2010-2011

 

T1892

Motor Fuels Tax

$ 489,700,000

 

T1893

Petroleum Products Tax

165,300,000

 

T1894

Sales Tax - DMV

[53,800,000]

61,100,000

T1895

Refunds of Taxes

[(6,900,000)]

(6,800,000)

T1896

Taxes Less Refunds

[701,900,000]

709,300,000

T1897

     

T1898

Other Sources

   

T1899

Motor Vehicle Receipts

[228,200,000]

226,500,000

T1900

Licenses, Permits and Fees

[136,500,000]

138,200,000

T1901

Interest Income

[16,500,000]

15,000,000

T1902

Federal Grants

 

5,800,000

T1903

Transfer to Other Funds

[(9,500,000)]

(6,500,000)

T1904

Transfer from Other Funds

[126,000,000]

108,000,000

T1905

Transfer to TSB Account

(15,300,000)

 

T1906

     

T1907

Refunds of Payments

[(2,600,000)]

(2,500,000)

T1908

Transfer to TSB Projects Account

 

(15,300,000)

T1909

Total Other Sources

[479,800,000]

469,200,000

T1910

     

T1911

Total Transportation Fund

[1,181,700,000]

1,178,500,000

Sec. 120. Section 500 of public act 09-3 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective from passage):

The appropriations in section [16] 2 of this act are supported by revenue estimates as follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - BANKING FUND

T1912

 

2010-2011

 

T1913

Fees and Assessments

[$ 20,600,000]

$20,700,000

T1914

Total Revenue

[20,600,000]

$20,700,000

Sec. 121. Sections 82 to 89, inclusive, of public act 09-7 of the September special session are repealed. (Effective from passage)

Sec. 122. Section 24 of public act 10-3 of the current session is repealed. (Effective from passage)

Sec. 123. Section 10a-91g of the general statutes is repealed. (Effective from passage)

Sec. 124. Sections 46a-68c and 46a-68d of the general statutes are repealed. (Effective October 1, 2010)"

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

Section 1

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 11

Sec. 2

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 12

Sec. 3

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 14

Sec. 4

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 15

Sec. 5

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 16

Sec. 6

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 17

Sec. 7

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 18

Sec. 8

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 19

Sec. 9

July 1, 2010

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 20

Sec. 10

from passage

46b-120

Sec. 11

from passage

46b-121

Sec. 12

from passage

46b-127(c)

Sec. 13

from passage

46b-133c(f)

Sec. 14

from passage

46b-133d(f)

Sec. 15

from passage

46b-137

Sec. 16

from passage

46b-146

Sec. 17

from passage

10-19m(c)

Sec. 18

from passage

46b-150f

Sec. 19

from passage

51-165(a)

Sec. 20

July 1, 2012

46b-120

Sec. 21

July 1, 2012

46b-121

Sec. 22

July 1, 2012

46b-127(c)

Sec. 23

July 1, 2012

46b-133c(f)

Sec. 24

July 1, 2012

46b-133d(f)

Sec. 25

July 1, 2012

46b-137

Sec. 26

July 1, 2012

46b-146

Sec. 27

July 1, 2012

10-19m(c)

Sec. 28

from passage

New section

Sec. 29

from passage

New section

Sec. 30

from passage

New section

Sec. 31

from passage

New section

Sec. 32

from passage

New section

Sec. 33

from passage

New section

Sec. 34

from passage

New section

Sec. 35

from passage

New section

Sec. 36

from passage

New section

Sec. 37

from passage

New section

Sec. 38

from passage

New section

Sec. 39

from passage

New section

Sec. 40

from passage

New section

Sec. 41

from passage

New section

Sec. 42

from passage

New section

Sec. 43

from passage

New section

Sec. 44

from passage

New section

Sec. 45

from passage

New section

Sec. 46

from passage

New section

Sec. 47

from passage

New section

Sec. 48

from passage

New section

Sec. 49

from passage

New section

Sec. 50

from passage

New section

Sec. 51

from passage

PA 09-2, Sec. 9(h)

Sec. 52

from passage

New section

Sec. 53

from passage

10a-40

Sec. 54

from passage

New section

Sec. 55

from passage

New section

Sec. 56

from passage

New section

Sec. 57

from passage

New section

Sec. 58

from passage

New section

Sec. 59

from passage

New section

Sec. 60

from passage

New section

Sec. 61

from passage

4a-60b

Sec. 62

from passage

4a-53a

Sec. 63

from passage

10-233c(g)

Sec. 64

October 1, 2010

1-225

Sec. 65

from passage

2-32b

Sec. 66

from passage

3-14b

Sec. 67

from passage

4b-21(b)

Sec. 68

from passage

4b-47

Sec. 69

from passage

13a-80

Sec. 70

from passage

13a-80a

Sec. 71

from passage

13a-85c

Sec. 72

from passage

13b-34(h)

Sec. 73

from passage

New section

Sec. 74

from passage

5-248i

Sec. 75

October 1, 2010

4a-2(a)

Sec. 76

October 1, 2010

46a-54

Sec. 77

October 1, 2010

46a-56

Sec. 78

October 1, 2010

46a-68

Sec. 79

October 1, 2010

46a-68a

Sec. 80

October 1, 2010

46a-68g

Sec. 81

October 1, 2010

46a-68j

Sec. 82

October 1, 2010

4a-60g(g) to (m)

Sec. 83

October 1, 2010

46a-51(8)

Sec. 84

October 1, 2010

46a-68b

Sec. 85

October 1, 2010

46a-68k

Sec. 86

October 1, 2010

46a-82

Sec. 87

October 1, 2010

46a-86(e)

Sec. 88

October 1, 2010

New section

Sec. 89

October 1, 2010

10a-11(a)

Sec. 90

from passage

29-32b(a)

Sec. 91

from passage

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 126

Sec. 92

from passage

New section

Sec. 93

from passage

New section

Sec. 94

from passage

New section

Sec. 95

from passage

New section

Sec. 96

from passage

10a-109d(a)(10)

Sec. 97

from passage

10a-109e

Sec. 98

from passage

10a-109g(a)

Sec. 99

July 1, 2010

New section

Sec. 100

from passage

10a-91d(a)

Sec. 101

from passage

10a-91e(a)

Sec. 102

from passage

10a-91e(c)

Sec. 103

July 1, 2010

New section

Sec. 104

from passage

New section

Sec. 105

July 1, 2010

New section

Sec. 106

from passage

18-86b(a)

Sec. 107

July 1, 2010

10-231b

Sec. 108

from passage

New section

Sec. 109

from passage

New section

Sec. 110

from passage

New section

Sec. 111

from passage

1-79(l)

Sec. 112

from passage

1-120(1)

Sec. 113

from passage

1-124

Sec. 114

from passage

1-125

Sec. 115

from passage

New section

Sec. 116

from passage

New section

Sec. 117

from passage

New section

Sec. 118

from passage

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 495

Sec. 119

from passage

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 496

Sec. 120

from passage

PA 09-3 of the June Sp. Sess. , Sec. 500

Sec. 121

from passage

Repealer section

Sec. 122

from passage

Repealer section

Sec. 123

from passage

Repealer section

Sec. 124

October 1, 2010

Repealer section