OFFICE OF FISCAL ANALYSIS

Legislative Office Building, Room 5200

Hartford, CT 06106 (860) 240-0200

http://www.cga.ct.gov/ofa

EMERGENCY CERTIFICATION

SB-1501

AN ACT AUTHORIZING AND ADJUSTING BONDS OF THE STATE FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, TRANSPORTATION AND OTHER PURPOSES.


OFA Fiscal Note

State Impact:

Agency Affected

Fund-Effect

FY 16 $

FY 17 $

Treasurer, Debt Serv.

GF - Cost

See Below

See Below

Treasurer, Debt Serv.

TF - Cost

See Below

See Below

Note: GF=General Fund; TF=Transportation Fund

Municipal Impact:

Municipalities

Effect

FY 16 $

FY 17 $

All Municipalities

Revenue Gain

See Below

See Below

Explanation

Table 1 below summarizes the increases and reductions made to General Obligation (GO) bonds, Special Tax Obligation (STO) bonds and Clean Water Fund (CWF) revenue bonds in FY 16 and FY 17:

Table 1: FY 16 and FY 17 Increases and Reductions to GO, STO and CWF Revenue Bond Authorizations (in millions)

Description

FY 16 $

FY 17 $

TOTAL $

General Obligation (GO) Bonds

Authorizations

1,865.5

1,866.3

3,731.8

Reductions

(272.5)

-

(272.5)

TOTAL GO BONDS

1,593.0

1,866.3

3,459.3

 

Special Tax Obligation (STO) Bonds 

Infrastructure improvement

681.4

693.3

1,374.7

Let's Go CT program

274.9

520.2

795.1

Reduction

(3.0)

-

(3.0)

TOTAL STO BONDS

953.3

1,213.5

2,166.8

 

Clean Water Fund (CWF) Revenue Bonds

Authorizations

58.0

180.0

238.0

Table 2 shows the STO bond authorizations for the Let's Go Connecticut program between FY 18 and FY 20:

Table 2: FY 18 – FY 20 STO Bond Authorizations for the Let's Go CT Program (in millions)

Description

FY 18 $

FY 19 $

FY 20 $

TOTAL $

Let's Go CT program

551.7

749.8

706.0

2,007.5

Table 3 indicates the General Fund fiscal impact of the bill. Assuming that $1,865.5 million in General Obligation (GO) bonds is allocated by the State Bond Commission during FY 16 and the Office of the State Treasurer issues the bonds before the end of FY 16, the debt service cost in FY 17 would be $186.6 million. Please see Further Explanation (below) for additional information.

Table 3: GO Bond Authorizations and Estimated Debt Service Cost

(in millions)

Fiscal Year

Authorization Amount $

Total Debt Service Cost1 $

Interest $

Principal $

2016

1,865.5

2,844.9

979.4

1,865.5

2017

1,866.3

2,846.1

979.8

1,866.3

TOTAL

3,731.8

5,691.0

1,959.2

3,731.8

1Figures assume that bonds are issued at 5.0% over 20 year term.

Table 4 provides the Special Transportation Fund fiscal impact of the bill for the infrastructure improvement program and Table 5 provides the fiscal impact for the Let's Go CT program. Assuming that a total of $956.3 million in Special Tax Obligation (STO) bonds is allocated through the State Bond Commission during FY 16 for both programs and the Office of the State Treasurer issues the bonds before the end of FY 16, the debt service cost in FY 17 would be $80.2 million. Please see Further Explanation (below) for additional information.

Table 4: STO Bond Authorizations and Estimated Debt Service Cost for the Infrastructure Improvement Program (in millions)

Fiscal Year

Authorization Amount $

Total Debt Service Cost 1 $

Interest $

Principal $

2016

681.4

1,140.4

459.0

681.4

2017

693.3

1,160.3

467.0

693.3

TOTAL

1,374.7

2,300.7

926.0

1,374.7

1Figures assume that bonds are issued at 5.5% over 20 year term.

Table 5: STO Bond Authorizations and Estimated Debt Service Cost for the Let's Go CT Program (in millions)

`

Fiscal Year

Authorization Amount $

Total Debt Service Cost 1 $

Interest $

Principal $

2016

274.9

460.0

185.1

274.9

2017

520.2

870.6

350.4

520.2

2018

551.7

923.3

371.6

551.7

2019

749.8

1,254.9

505.1

749.8

2020

706.0

1,181.6

475.6

706.0

TOTAL

2,802.6

4,690.3

1,887.8

2,802.6

1Figures assume that bonds are issued at 5.5% over 20 year term.

Table 6 shows the fiscal impact for the Clean Water Fund (CWF) revenue bonds. Assuming that $58.0 million is allocated through the State Bond Commission during FY 16 and the Office of the State Treasurer issues the bonds before the end of FY 16, the General Fund debt service cost in FY 17 would be $5.8 million.

Table 6: CWF Revenue Bond Authorizations and Estimated Debt Service Cost (in millions)

Fiscal Year

Authorization

Amount $

Total Debt Service Cost1 $

Interest $

Principal $

FY 16

58.0

88.5

30.5

58.0

FY 17

180.0

274.5

94.5

180.0

TOTAL

238.0

363.0

125.0

238.0

1Figures assume that bonds are issued at 5.0% over 20 year term.

It should be noted that the debt service cost for CWF revenue bonds is paid primarily1 with revenue from: (1) investment earnings on the reserves and assets held in the reserve fund required by statute, and (2) loan payments from towns who receive CWF low-interest loans. Based on current projected CWF expenditures for the biennium, it is expected that no General Fund subsidy will be needed for the revenue bonds authorized in the bill.

Municipal Impact of Bonding Provisions

The bond authorizations for: (a) the Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP), (b) school construction grants-in-aid, (c) the Clean Water Fund Program, (d) grants-in-aid for acquisition of open space for conservation or recreation purposes and (e) grants-in-aid for the purchase of on-body cameras for local law enforcement officers, will result in a municipal revenue gain for various municipalities. The bill will result in a municipal revenue gain of $30 million in each of FY 16 and FY 17 under the Local Capital Investment Program (LoCIP), $60 million in each of FY 16 and FY 17 under the Town Aid Road (TAR) Program and $60 million in each of FY 16 and FY 17, which will be distributed for municipal purposes and projects.

Further Explanation

Table 7 lists General Obligation (GO) bond authorizations and language changes to prior authorizations, organized by agency. Clean Water Fund revenue bond authorizations appear in Table 1 under DEEP. Table 8 summarizes GO bond cancellations. Table 9 shows Special Tax Obligation (STO) bond authorizations and reductions for the infrastructure improvement program. Table 10 summarizes STO bond authorizations for the Let's Go Connecticut program.

Table 7: General Obligation Bond Authorizations and Language Changes

Section

Agency/Description

FY 16 $

FY 17 $

Office of Legislative Management

Sec. 2(a)

Sec. 21(a)

Information technology updates, replacements and improvements, renovations and repairs and minor capital improvements at the Capitol complex and the Old State House

1,798,500

344,500

Office of the State Comptroller

Sec. 2(c)

-

Enhancements and upgrades to the CORE financial system

20,000,000

-

Office of the Government Accountability

Sec. 2(b)

Sec. 21(b)

Information technology improvements

100,000

500,000

Office of Policy and Management

Sec. 2(d)(1)

Sec. 21(c)(1)

Development and implementation of databases in the CORE financial system associated with results-based accountability.

3,000,000

3,500,000

Sec. 2(d)(3)

-

Transit-oriented development and predevelopment activities

8,000,000

-

Sec. 13(a)(2)

Sec. 32(a)(2)

Responsible Growth Incentive Fund

5,000,000

5,000,000

Sec. 2(d)(4)

Sec. 21(c)(3)

Development of a comprehensive statewide water plan

500,000

500,000

Sec. 55

Grants-in-aid to municipalities for municipal purposes and projects

60,000,000

60,000,000

Sec. 54

Local Capital Improvement Program (LoCIP)

30,000,000

30,000,000

Sec. 13(a)(1)

Sec. 32(a)(1)

Grants-in-aid to private, nonprofit health and human service organizations that are exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, and that receive funds from the state to provide direct health or human services to state agency clients, for alterations, renovations, improvements, additions and new construction, including health, safety, compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and energy conservation improvements, information technology systems, technology for independence, purchase of vehicles and acquisition of property

10,000,000

10,000,000

Sec. 51

Urban Act - Grants-in-aid for urban development projects including economic and community development, transportation, environmental protection, public safety, children and families and social services

70,000,000

50,000,000

Sec. 52

Small Town Economic Assistance Act (STEAP)

20,000,000

20,000,000

Sec. 53

Capital Equipment Purchase Fund

30,000,000

30,000,000

Sec. 2(d)(5)

Sec. 21(c)(4)

Information technology capital investment program, provided that $15 million shall be used for development and maintenance of a state-wide health information exchange, including the purchase of software and related equipment in FY 16 and FY 17; UConn Health Center shall receive $25 million in FY 16 and $16 million in FY 17 for the purchase and implementation of an integrated electronic medical record system.

80,000,000

76,000,000

Sec. 2(d)(2)

Sec. 21(c)(2)

Design and implementation of the Criminal Justice Information System

17,100,000

10,000,000

Sec. 13(a)(3)

-

Grants-in-aid to municipalities for the purchase of on-body cameras for local law enforcement officers, provided $2 million shall be for state police and $13 million for local law enforcement officers

15,000,000

-

-

Sec. 224

Regional dog pound grant program (50% local match)

-

20,000,000

-

Sec. 223

Regional dog pound language

-

-

Subtotal

348,600,000

315,000,000

Department of Veterans' Affairs

Sec. 2(e)(2)

-

State matching funds for federal grants-in-aid for renovations and code required improvements to existing facilities

1,445,300

-

Sec. 2(e)(1)

Sec. 21(d)

Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

700,000

550,000

Department of Administrative Services

Sec. 60

School construction grants-in-aid - progress payments. CGS Sec. 10-287d

530,000,000

560,000,000

Sec. 61

School construction grants-in-aid - interest payments. CGS Sec. 10-292k

3,000,000

2,100,000

Sec. 13(b)

Sec. 32(b)

Grants-in-aid to Alliance districts to assist in paying for general improvements to school buildings.

50,000,000

50,000,000

Sec. 59

Alliance school district language, including: Grant awards made to an alliance district that is one of the alliance districts with the five largest populations, based on the 2010 federal census, shall be in an amount equal to or greater than two million dollars.

-

-

Sec. 2(f)(2)

-

Development of a supplier diversity data management system

400,000

-

Sec. 2(f)(3)

Sec. 21(e)(2)

Infrastructure repairs and improvements, including fire, safety and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act improvements, improvements to state-owned buildings and grounds, including energy conservation and off-site improvements, and preservation of unoccupied buildings and grounds, including office development, acquisition, renovations for additional parking and security improvements at state-occupied buildings

25,000,000

25,000,000

Sec. 2(f)(4)

Sec. 21(e)(3)

Statewide Asbestos Abatement Program

10,000,000

10,000,000

Sec. 2(f)(1)

Sec. 21(e)(1)

Alterations and improvements in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

1,000,000

1,000,000

Sec. 2(f)(5)

Sec. 21(e)(4)

Land acquisition, construction, improvements, repairs and renovations at fire training schools

10,000,000

3,000,000

Sec. 2(f)(6)

-

Acquisition and renovation of a building for the offices of the Probate Court

4,100,000

-

Subtotal

633,500,000

651,100,000

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

Sec. 2(g)(2)

-

Alterations, renovations and improvements to the Forensic Science Laboratory in Meriden

2,500,000

-

Sec. 2(g)(1)

Sec. 21(f)

Alterations and improvements to the State Emergency Operations Center in Hartford

500,000

2,000,000

Subtotal

3,000,000

2,000,000

Department of Motor Vehicles

Sec. 2(h)

-

Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

1,420,000

-

Military Department

Sec. 2(i)(3)

-

Construction of a non-motion based simulation center

750,000

-

Sec. 2(i)(2)

Sec. 21(g)(2)

State matching funds for anticipated federal reimbursable projects

3,271,500

2,883,000

Sec. 2(i)(1)

Sec. 21(g)(1)

Alterations and improvements to buildings and grounds, including utilities, mechanical systems and energy conservation

450,000

225,000

Subtotal

4,471,500

3,108,000

Labor Department

Sec. 13(c)

Sec. 32(c)

Subsidized Training and Employment Program (STEP)

5,000,000

5,000,000

Agricultural Experiment Station

-

Sec. 21(i)(1)

Construction and equipment for additions and renovation to the Valley Laboratory in Windsor

-

11,500,000

-

Sec. 21(i)(2)

Renovations and improvements to greenhouses at the Jenkins Laboratory

-

200,000

Department of Agriculture

-

Sec. 32(d)

Farm Reinvestment Program

-

1,000,000

Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Sec. 13(d)(3)

Sec. 32(e)(2)

Grants-in-aid to municipalities for open space land acquisition and development for conservation or recreational purposes

8,000,000

8,000,000

Sec. 2(j)(3)

Sec. 21(h)(4)

Recreation and Natural Heritage Trust Program for recreation, open space, resource protection and resource management

10,000,000

10,000,000

Sec. 65

Connecticut bikeway, pedestrian walkway, recreational trail and greenway grant program for grants-in-aid to municipalities and private nonprofit organizations

5,000,000

5,000,000

Sec. 238

Repeal PA 15-190 due to overlap with Sec. 65

-

-

-

Sec. 21(h)(1)

Alterations, renovations and new construction at state parks and other recreation facilities including Americans with Disabilities Act improvements.

-

25,000,000

Sec. 2(j)(2)

Sec. 21(h)(3)

Various flood control improvements, flood repair, erosion damage repairs and municipal dam repairs

5,000,000

5,000,000

Sec. 2(j)(1)

Sec. 21(h)(2)

Dam repairs, including state-owned dams.

8,350,000

8,075,000

-

Sec. 32(e)(1)

Grants-in-aid to establish energy microgrids to support critical municipal infrastructure.

-

15,000,000

-

Sec. 32(e)(3)

Grants-in-aid for identification, investigation, containment, removal or mitigation of contaminated industrial sites in urban areas

-

5,000,000

Sec. 13(d)(1)

-

For a Long Island Sound Stewardship and resiliency program for protection of coastal marshes and other natural buffer areas and for grants-in-aid to increase the resilience of wastewater treatment facilities

20,000,000

-

Sec. 13(d)(2)

-

Grants-in-aid to municipalities to encourage low impact design of green municipal infrastructure to reduce non-point source pollution

20,000,000

-

Sec. 142

-

Language change: Grants-in-aid for the Lakes Restoration Program Grant-in-aid for improvements to facilities and property located at latitude 41.5720414 and longitude -73.0401073

-

-

Sec. 63

Clean Water Fund grants-in-aid - GO Bonds. CGS Sec. 22a-483(a)

47,500,000

92,500,000

Sec. 64

Clean Water Fund loans - Revenue Bonds. CGS Sec. 22a-483(d)

58,000,000

180,000,000

Subtotal GO Bonds

123,850,000

173,575,000

Subtotal Revenue Bonds

58,000,000

180,000,000

Green Bank (CEFIA)

Sec. 228

-

Increase special capital reserve fund amount from $50 million to $100 million (CGS Sec. 16-245mm(g))

-

-

Department of Economic and Community Development

-

Sec. 32(f)(4)

Grants-in-aid to nonprofit organizations sponsoring cultural and historic sites

-

5,000,000

Sec. 66

Manufacturing Assistance Act

100,000,000

100,000,000

Sec. 13(e)(2)

Sec. 32(f)(2)

Small Business Express Program

50,000,000

50,000,000

Sec. 13(e)(1)

Sec. 32(f)(1)

Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund, in FY 16: provided that not more than $3,500,000 shall be used as a grant-in-aid to the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology for research and development of high rate laser engineered additive manufacturing.

20,000,000

20,000,000

Sec. 13(e)(4)

-

Minority business enterprise assistance program to assist such businesses in obtaining surety bonds, including bid, performance and payment bonds, for capital construction projects, which program may be run by a nonprofit entity with which said department shall contract

2,000,000

-

Sec. 13(e)(3)

Sec. 32(f)(3)

Brownfield remediation and revitalization program projects

20,000,000

20,000,000

Sec. 227

-

Language change: Grant-in-aid to the city of Meriden for the West Main Street streetscape project from Cook Avenue to the Amtrak railroad tracks

-

-

Subtotal

192,000,000

195,000,000

Department of Housing

Sec. 56

Housing Trust Fund

40,000,000

25,000,000

Sec. 9

Sec. 28

Housing development and rehabilitation programs (Flexible Housing Program)

135,000,000

135,000,000

Sec. 13(f)

Sec. 32(g)

Main Street Investment Fund

5,000,000

5,000,000

Sec. 57

For a homelessness prevention and response fund

15,000,000

15,000,000

Subtotal

195,000,000

180,000,000

Capital Region Development Authority

Sec. 13(g)(1)

Sec. 32(h)(1)

For the purposes and uses provided in section 32-602 of the general statutes, not exceeding $50,000,000, provided up to $20,000,000 may be used to finance projects in Hartford outside of the boundaries of the Authority, including in the federally designated Promise Zone

50,000,000

50,000,000

Sec. 2(k)

Sec. 21(j)

Alterations, renovations and improvements at the Connecticut Convention Center and Rentschler Field

5,500,000

3,500,000

Sec. 13(g)(2)

Sec. 32(h)(2)

Grant-in-aid to the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut for capital improvements

1,500,000

1,500,000

Subtotal

57,000,000

55,000,000

Department of Public Health

Sec. 230

-

Language change: Grants-in-aid to community health centers and primary care organizations for the purchase of equipment, renovations, improvements, and expansion of facilities, including acquisition of land and/or buildings provided that up to $15,000,000 shall be made available to member centers affiliated with the Community Health Center Association of Connecticut[, and up to $15,000,000 shall be made available to Community Health Center, Incorporated] PA 12-189, Sec. 9(d)

-

-

Department of Developmental Services

Sec. 2(l)

Sec. 21(i)

Fire, safety and environmental improvements to regional facilities and intermediate care facilities for client and staff needs, including improvements in compliance with current codes, site improvements, handicapped access improvements, utilities, repair or replacement of roofs, air conditioning and other interior and exterior building renovations and additions at all state-owned facilities

7,500,000

7,500,000

-

Sec. 32(i)

Grants-in-aid to private nonprofit organizations for supportive housing

-

20,000,000

Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

Sec. 2(m)

Sec. 21(l)

Fire, safety and environmental improvements to regional facilities for client and staff needs, including improvements in compliance with current codes, including intermediate care facilities and site improvements, handicapped access improvements, utilities, repair or replacement of roofs, air conditioning and other interior and exterior building renovations and additions at all state-owned facilities

5,000,000

5,000,000

Department of Rehabilitation Services

Sec. 229

-

Language change: Grants-in-aid to provide home modifications and assistive technology devices related to aging in place, which program may be run by a nonprofit entity with which said department shall contract PA 14-98, Sec. 9(i)

-

-

Department of Education

-

Sec. 58

Grants-in-aid to assist charter schools with capital expenses

-

5,000,000

Sec. 13(i)(2)

Sec. 32(j)(2)

Grant-in-aid to assist targeted local and regional school districts for alterations, repairs, improvements, technology and equipment in low-performing schools

6,000,000

10,000,000

Sec. 67

-

School Security Infrastructure Competitive Grant Program

10,000,000

-

-

Sec. 21(m)

For the regional vocational-technical school system: Alterations and improvements to buildings and grounds, including new and replacement equipment, tools and supplies necessary to update curricula, vehicles and technology upgrades at all regional vocational-technical schools

-

12,000,000

Sec. 13(i)(1)

Sec. 32(j)(1)

Grants-in-aid for the purpose of capital start-up costs related to the development of new interdistrict magnet school programs to assist the state in meeting the goals of the 2008 stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. v. William A. O'Neill, et al., for the purpose of purchasing a building or portable classrooms, subject to the reversion provisions in subdivision (1) of subsection (c) of section 10-264h of the general statutes, leasing space, and purchasing equipment, including, but not limited to, computers and classroom furniture

20,000,000

5,750,000

-

Sec. 32(j)(3)

Grants-in-aid for alterations, repairs, improvements, technology, equipment and capital start-up costs, including acquisition costs, to expand the availability of high-quality school models and assist in the implementation of common core state standards and assessments, in accordance with procedures established by the Commissioner of Education

-

5,000,000

Sec. 13(i)(3)

-

American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

5,000,000

-

Subtotal

41,000,000

37,750,000

State Library

Sec. 13(j)(1)

Sec. 32(k)

Grants-in-aid to public libraries for construction, renovations, expansions, energy conservation and handicapped accessibility

5,000,000

7,000,000

Sec. 13(j)(2)

-

Grants-in-aid to public libraries for communication infrastructure to connect to the Connecticut Education Network

3,600,000

-

University of Connecticut

Sec. 231

-

Amend UCONN 2000 language so funds can be used for an integrated electronic medical record system at the UConn Health Center

-

-

Board of Regents for Higher Education

Sec. 2(n)(1)(B)

Sec. 21(n)(1)(B)

Consolidation and upgrade of system student and financial information technology systems

20,000,000

40,000,000

Sec. 2(n)(2)

Sec. 21(n)(2)

All Community Colleges: Deferred maintenance, code compliance and infrastructure improvements

15,500,000

10,000,000

Sec. 2(n)(3)

Sec. 21(n)(3)

All State Universities: Deferred maintenance, code compliance and infrastructure improvements

10,000,000

12,000,000

-

Sec. 21(n)(5)

Asnuntuck Community College: Alterations and improvements for expansion of library and student services

-

3,800,000

-

Sec. 21(n)(4)

Norwalk Community College: Alterations, renovations and improvements to the B wing building

-

5,190,000

Sec. 2(n)(4)

-

Norwalk Community College: Implementation of Phase III of the master plan

28,800,000

-

Sec. 2(n)(1)(C)

Sec. 21(n)(1)(C)

Advanced manufacturing and emerging technology programs

2,500,000

2,625,000

Sec. 2(n)(1)(A)

Sec. 21(n)(1)(A)

All state colleges and universities: New and replacement of instruction, research and laboratory equipment.

16,000,000

12,000,000

Sec. 2(n)(5)

-

Capital Community College: Alterations, renovations and improvements to optimize space utilization

5,000,000

-

Sec. 2(n)(6)

-

Tunxis Community College: Implementation of Phase III of the master plan

3,000,000

-

Sec. 62

-

Technical change to CSCU 2020 language

   

Subtotal

100,800,000

85,615,000

Department of Correction

-

Sec. 21(o)

Renovations and improvements to existing state-owned buildings for inmate housing, programming and staff training space and additional inmate capacity, and for support facilities and off-site improvements

-

15,000,000

Department of Children and Families

Sec. 2(o)

Sec. 21(p)

Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

3,828,000

2,073,000

Judicial Department

Sec. 2(p)(1)

Sec. 21(q)(1)

Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds at state-owned and maintained facilities

7,500,000

7,500,000

Sec. 2(p)(3)

-

Exterior improvements at the superior courthouse in New Haven

9,000,000

-

Sec. 2(p)(2)

Sec. 21(q)(2)

Implementation of the Technology Strategic Plan Project

7,500,000

7,500,000

Sec. 2(p)(4)

-

New furniture, equipment and telecommunications systems for the new Litchfield Judicial District courthouse in Torrington

4,400,000

-

Subtotal

28,400,000

15,000,000

Department of Transportation

Sec. 13(h)(1)

-

Grants-in-aid for improvements to ports, harbors and marinas, including dredging and navigational improvements, provided that not less than $5 million shall be made available to the ports, harbors and marinas in the state other than the deep water ports in the cities of Bridgeport, New Haven and New London

17,500,000

-

Sec. 13(h)(2)

Sec. 32(j)

Town Aid Road

60,000,000

60,000,000

Secs. 225 & 226

-

Pot Hole Assistance Program - Grant-in-aid for the excess costs incurred to repair potholes after the winter of 2014-2015, above the average cost incurred to repair potholes for the previous three years

5,000,000

-

Sec. 104

-

Language change: Grant-in-aid to the town of Middlefield, for [improvements to the Mattabeseck Bridge] bridges, roads and infrastructure. SA 05-1 13(o)

-

-

Subtotal

82,500,000

60,000,000

Connecticut Port Authority

-

Sec. 32(n)

Grants-in-aid for improvements to ports, harbors and marinas, including dredging and navigational improvements, provided that not less than $5 million shall be made available to the ports, harbors and marinas in the state other than the deep water ports in the cities of Bridgeport, New Haven and New London

-

17,500,000

TOTAL GO BOND

1,865,513,300

1,866,315,500

TOTAL REVENUE BONDS

58,000,000

180,000,000

Table 8: General Obligation Bond Reductions

Section

Agency

Language

Act

Reduction

Sec. 69

DEEP

Yantic River flood control project, Norwich and Franklin

SA 92-3, Sec. 2(g)(3)

(1,200,000)

Sec. 70

DEEP

Special Contaminated Property Remediation and Insurance Fund

PA 96-250, Sec. 3(a)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 72

DMHAS

Design and installation of sprinkler systems, including related fire safety improvements, in direct patient care buildings

PA 99-242, Sec. 21(g)(3)

(1,115,800)

Sec. 74

SDE

American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

SA 01-2, Sec. 2(h)(2)

(594,291)

Sec. 76

DMHAS

Alterations, renovations, additions and improvements, including new construction

SA 01-2, Sec. 17(d)(2)

(113,407)

Sec. 77

SDE

American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

SA 01-2, Sec. 17(e)(2)

(800,000)

Sec. 79

CII

Financial aid for biotechnology and other high technology laboratories, facilities and equipment

SA 01-2, Sec. 28(e)

(2,000,000)

Sec. 81

SDE

American School for the Deaf, alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

SA 02-1, (M9 SS), Sec. 17(d)

(5,000,000)

Sec. 82

Judicial

Development of Criminal/Juvenile courthouse in New Haven

SA 02-1, (M9 SS), Sec. 17(h)(1)

(10,000,000)

Sec. 84

SDE

American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

SA 04-2, Sec. 2(h)(1)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 85

BOR

Capital Community Technical College: Campus expansion

SA 04-2, Sec. 2(j)(5)

(500,000)

Sec. 87

DECD

Grant-in-aid to Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance for a community sports complex in Hartford

SA 04-2, Sec. 13(h)(2)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 89

SDE

American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

SA 05-1, Sec. 2(m)(1)

(5,000,000)

Sec. 91

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of East Hartford, for capping the East Hartford Landfill

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(d)(5)

(900,000)

Sec. 92

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the Norwalk River Rowing Association, Incorporated, for construction of a boathouse

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(d)(14)

(250,000)

Sec. 93

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Putnam, for improvements to Murphy Park

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(d)(16)

(250,000)

Sec. 94

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Thompson, for a hydroelectric feasibility study

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(d)(18)

(250,000)

Sec. 95

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Rocky Hill, for improvements to Elm Ridge Park skate park

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(d)(27)

(100,000)

Sec. 96

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the Samuel Huntington Trust, Incorporated, for the capital campaign to preserve the Samuel Huntington House

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(e)(7)

(70,000)

Sec. 97

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the Quinebaug Shetucket Heritage Corridor, Incorporated, for planning the completion of the Airline Trail

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(e)(8)

(100,000)

Sec. 98

DCF

Grants-in-aid to private, nonprofit organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, YMCAs, YWCAs and community centers

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(i)(3)

(87,800)

Sec. 99

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the Craftery Gallery, Incorporated, for the purchase of a building and necessary alterations and renovations

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(j)(18)

(50,000)

Sec. 100

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Portland, for renovation of property for the Sculptors Museum and Training Center

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(j)(20)

(90,000)

Sec. 101

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Portland, for improvements and repairs to the town green gazebo and the historic brownstone swing

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(j)(21)

(50,000)

Sec. 102

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the town of Plainfield, for the conversion of the Plainfield High School Annex Building into a municipal community center

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(m)(18)

(180,000)

Sec. 103

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the town of West Hartford, for improvements to the senior center

SA 05-1, Sec. 13(m)(20)

(500,000)

Sec. 106

DESPP

Grant-in-aid to South Fire District, for renovations to fire stations in the city of Middletown

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(b)(2)

(475,000)

Sec. 107

DESPP

Grant-in-aid to the city of Stamford, for radio systems to improve police and fire department communications

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(b)(3)

(500,000)

Sec. 108

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of East Hartford, for capping the East Hartford landfill

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(6)

(900,000)

Sec. 109

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Scotland, for improvements to recreational facilities

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(12)

(250,000)

Sec. 110

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Canterbury, for improvements to recreational facilities

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(13)

(250,000)

Sec. 111

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Thompson, for improvements to recreational facilities

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(15)

(232,600)

Sec. 112

DEEP

Reduction: Grant-in-aid to the town of Wallingford, for renovations to [the baseball field at Sheehan High School] athletic fields at the town's public schools

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(25)

(275,000)

Sec. 113

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Chaplin, for replacement of a playscape at Garrison Park

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(37)

(50,000)

Sec. 114

DEEP

Reduction: Grant-in-aid to the town of Bristol for rehabilitation and renovation of Rockwell Park

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(d)(39)

(2,500,000)

Sec. 115

DECD

Connecticut Arts Endowment Fund

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(e)(3)

(500,000)

Sec. 116

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Bristol, for renovation of the American Clock and Watch Museum

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(e)(4)

(1,500,000)

Sec. 117

DDS

Grants-in-aid to private, nonprofit organizations for alterations and improvements to nonresidential facilities

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(f)

(1,944,600)

Sec. 118

CSL

Grants-in-aid to public libraries

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(h)(1)

(7,604)

Sec. 119

CSL

Grant-in-aid to the town of Madison, for expansion of Scranton Memorial Library

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(h)(3)

(500,000)

Sec. 120

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Ansonia, for downtown development

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(j)(4)

(125,000)

Sec. 121

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Thompson, for downtown revitalization

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(j)(6)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 122

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the East Hartford Housing Authority, for renovation of an existing building into a community center at Veterans Terrace

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(j)(14)

(350,000)

Sec. 123

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Cromwell, for downtown revitalization

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(j)(17)

(150,000)

Sec. 124

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Bloomfield, for a fašade improvement program

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(j)(22)

(500,000)

Sec. 125

DSS

Grants-in-aid to municipalities and organizations exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code for facility improvements and minor capital repairs to licensed school readiness programs and

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(m)(2)

(2,000,000)

Sec. 126

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the town of Newington, for improvements to the Mortensen Community Center gymnasium

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(m)(3)

(220,000)

Sec. 127

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the town of Stratford, for planning and construction of the South End Community Center

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(m)(4)

(750,000)

Sec. 128

DSS

Grant-in-aid to United Services of Dayville, for alteration and expansion of facilities

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(m)(5)

(750,000)

Sec. 129

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the East Hartford YMCA, for capital building improvements

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(m)(12)

(300,000)

Sec. 130

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the Mystic Area Shelter and Hospitality, Incorporated, for renovations and improvements

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(m)(13)

(50,000)

Sec. 131

DOT

Grant-in-aid to the town of Southington for the reconstruction of the intersection of Marion Avenue and Mount Vernon Road

SA 05-1, Sec. 32(n)(2)

(150,000)

Sec. 132

DECD

Energy Conservation Loan Fund established under section 16a-40a of the general statutes

PA 07-242, Sec. 2

(30,000,000)

Sec. 134

AES

Alterations, renovations and additions to Jenkins Laboratory

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 2(n)(1)

(40,000)

Sec. 135

SDE

American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 2(r)(1)

(1,300,000)

Sec. 136

BOR

Central: East Campus infrastructure improvements, including road, site and utility improvements

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 2(t)(2)(B)

(1,800,000)

Sec. 137

DCF

Development and construction of a self-contained secure treatment facility for juvenile girls

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 2(v)(2)

(4,357,000)

Sec. 138

JUD

Study of current and future space needs at the geographical area courthouse in Manchester

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 2(w)(8)

(50,000)

Sec. 140

DESPP

Grant-in-aid to the Quinebaug Valley Emergency Communications Center for land acquisition and construction

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(b)(2)

(2,950,000)

Sec. 141

DESPP

Grant-in-aid to the town of North Stonington for firehouse improvements

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(b)(7)

(250,000)

Sec. 143

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the city of New Britain for replacement of the Brooklawn Street Bridge on Willow Brook

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(8)

(300,000)

Sec. 144

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the Connecticut Institute of Water Resources for a study of river basins

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(9)

(500,000)

Sec. 145

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of North Branford for development of the Swatchuk property for active and passive recreation

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(11)

(439,025)

Sec. 146

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Thomaston for extension of a water main in the Jackson Street area

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(12)

(1,756,100)

Sec. 147

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Wolcott for retirement of debt associated with installation of a water line

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(21)

(100,000)

Sec. 148

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Simsbury for infrastructure improvement in the Tariffville section

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(29)

(200,000)

Sec. 149

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Danbury for acquisition of the Terre Haute property in [Bethel] DANBURY for open space

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(30)

(2,000,000)

Sec. 150

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the city of Trumbull for open space and trail development at Great Oak Park

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(35)

(20,000)

Sec. 151

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of South Windsor for purchase or construction of a regional animal shelter

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(36)

(500,000)

Sec. 152

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Preston for demolition of the former Poquetanuck School

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(d)(37)

(87,500)

Sec. 153

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Greenwich for renovation of existing, or construction of new, exhibition areas, teaching spaces and the science gallery at the Bruce Museum

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(e)(2)

(250,000)

Sec. 154

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the Norwich Free Academy for Americans with Disabilities Act improvements at the Slater Memorial Museum, including installation of an elevator

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(e)(8)

(800,000)

Sec. 155

DECD

Grant-in-aid to Holcomb Farm in Granby for restoration and renovation of buildings

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(e)(14)

(50,000)

Sec. 156

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the Stanley L. Richter Association for the Arts in Danbury for roof repair, expansion and Americans with Disabilities Act improvements

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(e)(24)

(150,000)

Sec. 157

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of East Hampton for the renovation and restoration of the Goff House

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(e)(26)

(100,000)

Sec. 158

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the New Haven Museum and Historical Society for the restoration and reconstruction of the Pardee Morris House

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(e)(27)

(350,000)

Sec. 159

DECD

Southeastern Connecticut Economic Diversification Revolving Loan Fund

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(1)

(5,000,000)

Sec. 160

DECD

For the fuel diversification grant program established by section 61 of public act 07-4 of the June special session

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(5)

(1,500,000)

Sec. 161

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the city of New Britain for purchase of a new scoreboard, production equipment and related software to be used at New Britain Stadium, and for repairs and upgrades to the suites at

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(15)

(500,000)

Sec. 162

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Southington for renovations at the Southington Drive-In

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(17)

(250,000)

Sec. 163

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Hamden for Whitneyville Center streetscape improvements

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(19)

(390,000)

Sec. 164

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Southington for road relocation, utility upgrades, new service facilities and other improvements related to expanding Lake Compounce Water Park

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(32)

(3,300,000)

Sec. 165

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Farmington for completion of a portion of a trail in Rails to Trails

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(47)

(15,000)

Sec. 166

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Portland for sidewalk repairs

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(48)

(200,000)

Sec. 167

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Newington for the community center

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(49)

(750,000)

Sec. 168

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Stratford for streetscape improvements

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(f)(50)

(250,000)

Sec. 169

DPH

Grant-in-aid to Community Health Center, Inc. for renovations and improvements at the Groton facility

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(g)(4)

(500,000)

Sec. 170

DPH

Grant-in-aid to KB Ambulance Corporation for a building addition and alterations in the town of Danielson

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(g)(6)

(465,000)

Sec. 171

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the town of Brookfield for expansion of the senior center, including computer equipment

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(i)(2)

(439,025)

Sec. 172

DSS

Grant-in-aid to Action for Bridgeport Community, Inc. for acquisition and renovation of property for an early learning center

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(i)(10)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 173

DSS

Grant-in-aid to Mi Casa in Hartford for renovations and acquisition of equipment for a wellness center

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(i)(15)

(300,000)

Sec. 174

DSS

Grant-in-aid to Casa Bienvenida for property acquisition in Waterbury

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(i)(18)

(2,500,000)

Sec. 175

DSS

Grant-in-aid to the Jewish Community Center of Eastern Fairfield County for facility upgrades, including asbestos removal and HVAC system replacement

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(i)(20)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 176

CSL

Grant-in-aid to the town of Somers for expansion of the Somers Library

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 13(k)(4)

(439,025)

Sec. 178

DCF

Development and construction of a self-contained secure treatment facility for juvenile girls

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 21(o)(3)

(6,000,000)

Sec. 180

DESPP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Somers for two fire substations

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(b)(1)

(439,025)

Sec. 181

DAG

Biofuel Crops Program for grants-in-aid to farmers, agricultural nonprofit organizations and agricultural cooperatives for the cultivation and production of crops used to generate biofuels

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(c)(3)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 182

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Simsbury for open space acquisition and farmland preservation at Meadow Wood

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(d)(9)

(450,000)

Sec. 183

DEEP

Grant-in-aid to the town of Guilford for preservation of the East River Preserve

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(d)(10)

(2,000,000)

Sec. 184

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the town of Mystic to improve transportation access at the north gate at the Museum of America and the Sea at Mystic Seaport

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(e)(2)

(750,000)

Sec. 185

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the city of Torrington for development and construction of the Warner Theater Stage House

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(e)(5)

(750,000)

Sec. 186

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the Stanley L. Richter Association for the Arts in Danbury for roof repair, expansion and ADA improvements

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(e)(7)

(150,000)

Sec. 187

DECD

Southeastern Connecticut Economic Diversification Revolving Loan Fund

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(f)(1)

(5,000,000)

Sec. 188

DECD

For the Biofuel Production Facility Incentive Program

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(f)(4)

(3,500,000)

Sec. 189

DECD

Grant-in-aid to the city of New Haven for the River Street development project

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(f)(7)

(2,250,000)

Sec. 190

SDE

Grants-in-aid to municipalities, regional school districts and regional education service centers for the costs of wiring school buildings

PA 07-7, (JSS), Sec. 32(h)(1)

(217,307)

Sec. 191

CEFIA (Green Bank)

Grants-in-aid for municipal renewable energy and efficient energy generation projects.

PA 07-242, Sec. 91

(10,000,000)

Sec. 193

BOR

Community Colleges: Alterations, renovations and improvements

PA 09-2, (SSS), Sec. 42(e)(1)(A)

(108,705)

Sec. 194

BOR

Capital: Acquisition of property

PA 09-2, (SSS), Sec. 42(e)(8)

(4,595,756)

Sec. 196

DCF

Construction of a secure facility for females age fourteen to eighteen, who have been convicted as delinquent for commission of a delinquent act or serious juvenile offense

PA 09-2, (SSS), Sec. 27(f)(2)

(4,700,000)

Sec. 198

SDE

Grants-in-aid to department-accredited providers of alternative education programs for students age fourteen to twenty-one for property acquisition, design, planning, construction or renovation of facilities

PA 09-2, (SSS), Sec. 34(e)

(2,000,000)

Sec. 199

DEEP

Energy efficiency fuel oil furnace and boiler replacement, upgrade and repair program

PA 11-1, (OSS), Sec. 49

(5,000,000)

Sec. 201

DEEP

Superfund - Grants-in-aid for containment, removal or mitigation of identified hazardous waste disposal sites.

PA 11-57, Sec. 32(a)(1)

(5,000,000)

Sec. 203

DESPP

Programmatic study of state police troops and districts and development of a design prototype for troop facilities,

PA 11-57, Sec. 2(g)(2)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 204

BOR

Community Colleges: Alterations, renovations and improvements

PA 11-57, Sec. 2(m)(1)(A)

(42,660)

Sec. 205

Judicial

Security improvements at various state-owned and maintained facilities.

PA 11-57, Sec., Sec. 2(o)(2)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 206

AES

Renovations and construction at the Jenkins Building

PA 11-57, Sec. 2(q)

(128,505)

Sec. 208

Judicial

Security improvements at various state-owned and maintained facilities.

PA 11-57, Sec. 21(n)(2)

(1,000,000)

Sec. 209

OPM

Intertown capital equipment purchase incentive program

PA 11-57, Sec. 75

(10,000,000)

Sec. 210

DECD

Establish an electronic business portal

PA 11-1, (OSS), Sec. 28

(1,000,000)

Sec. 212

DOH

Grant-in-aid to the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority for EMAP (emergency mortgage assistance program)

PA 12-189, Sec. 9(c)(3)

(20,000,000)

Sec. 213

DECD

Purchase of urban and industrial sites reinvestment tax credits.

PA 13-184, Sec. 95

(40,000,000)

Sec. 215

DESPP

Design, construction and equipment for a consolidated communications center at the headquarters building in Middletown

PA 13-239, Sec. 2(d)(1)

(3,835,000)

Sec. 216

DEEP

Recreation and natural heritage trust program for recreation, open space, resource protection and resource management

PA 13-239, Sec. 2(g)(3)

(5,000,000)

Sec. 217

BOR

Community Colleges: Alterations, renovations and improvements

PA 13-239, Sec. 2(l)(1)(C)

(17,009)

Sec. 219

DEEP

A program to establish energy microgrids to support critical municipal infrastructure.

PA 13-239, Sec. 32(c)(5)

(10,000,000)

Sec. 220

DOH

Grants-in-aid to nursing homes for alterations, renovations and improvements for conversion to other uses in support of right-sizing

PA 13-239, Sec. 32(d)(1)

(10,000,000)

TOTAL GO BOND REDUCTIONS

(272,512,744)

Table 9: Special Tax Obligation Bond Authorizations and Reductions for the Infrastructure Improvement Program

Section

Description

FY 16 $

FY 17 $

Bureau of Highways

Sec. 40(a)(1)

Sec. 46(a)(1)

Interstate Highway Program

13,000,000

13,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(2)

Sec. 46(a)(2)

Urban Systems Projects

10,138,710

12,112,100

Sec. 40(a)(3)

Sec. 46(a)(3)

Intrastate Highway Program

44,000,000

44,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(4)

Sec. 46(a)(4)

Environmental compliance, soil and groundwater remediation, hazardous materials abatement, demolition, salt shed construction and renovation, storage tank replacement, and environmental emergency response at or in the vicinity of state-owned properties or related to Department of Transportation operations

17,556,000

18,535,000

Sec. 40(a)(5)

Sec. 46(a)(5)

State bridge improvement, rehabilitation and replacement projects

33,000,000

33,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(6)

Sec. 46(a)(6)

Capital resurfacing and related reconstruction projects

75,000,000

75,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(7)

Sec. 46(a)(7)

Fix-It-First Bridge Repair

70,000,000

70,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(8)

Sec. 46(a)(8)

Fix-It-First Road Repair

55,000,000

55,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(9)

Sec. 46(a)(9)

Local Transportation Capital Program

74,000,000

74,000,000

Sec. 40(a)(10)

Sec. 46(a)(10)

Highway and bridge renewal equipment

10,381,280

10,381,280

Sec. 40(a)(11)

Sec. 46(a)(11)

Local Bridge Program

10,000,000

10,000,000

Bureau of Aviation and Ports

Sec. 40(b)(1)

Sec. 46(b)(1)

Reconstruction and improvements to the warehouse and State Pier, New London, including site improvements and improvements to ferry slips

5,331,000

2,650,000

Sec. 40(b)(2)

Sec. 46(b)(2)

Development and improvement of general aviation airport facilities including grants-in-aid to municipal airports, excluding Bradley International Airport

2,000,000

2,000,000

Bureau of Public Transportation

Sec. 40(c)

Sec. 46(c)

Bus and rail facilities and equipment, including rights-of-way, other property acquisition and related projects

205,300,000

208,100,000

Bureau of Administration

Sec. 40(d)(1)

Sec. 46(d)(1)

Department facilities

20,719,775

25,510,000

Sec. 40(d)(2)

Sec. 46(d)(2)

Cost of issuance of Special Tax Obligation Bonds and debt service reserve

26,000,000

40,000,000

TOTAL STO INFRASTRUCTURE BONDS

671,426,765

693,288,380

 

REDUCTION OF STO BONDS

Sec. 222

-

Reconfiguration of an existing ramp off of the Merritt Parkway in Westport.

(3,000,000)

-

Table 10: Special Tax Obligation Bond Authorizations for the Let's Go Connecticut Program

Section

FY 16

FY 17

FY 18

FY 19

FY 20

TOTAL

Sec. 232

274,850,000

520,200,000

551,700,000

749,800,000

706,000,000

2,802,550,000

The Out Years

The debt service impact identified above for the General Fund and the Transportation Fund would continue into the future for the 20-year term of issuance of the GO and STO bonds.

The preceding Fiscal Impact statement is prepared for the benefit of the members of the General Assembly, solely for the purposes of information, summarization and explanation and does not represent the intent of the General Assembly or either chamber thereof for any purpose. In general, fiscal impacts are based upon a variety of informational sources, including the analyst's professional knowledge. Whenever applicable, agency data is consulted as part of the analysis, however final products do not necessarily reflect an assessment from any specific department.

1 A General Fund subsidy is only needed if the revenue from these two sources is not sufficient to cover the debt service on the CWF revenue bonds.