Connecticut Seal

General Assembly

 

Bill No. 1501

June Special Session, 2015

 

LCO No. 9655

 

*09655__________*

Referred to Committee on No Committee

 

Introduced by:

 

SEN. LOONEY, 11th Dist.

SEN. DUFF, 25th Dist.

REP. SHARKEY, 88th Dist.

REP. ARESIMOWICZ, 30th Dist.

 

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

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. (Effective July 1, 2015) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 2 to 7, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate not exceeding $366,413,300.

Sec. 2. (Effective July 1, 2015) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall be used for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or condemnation, undertaking, constructing, reconstructing, improving or equipping, or purchasing land or buildings or improving sites for the projects hereinafter described, including payment of architectural, engineering, demolition or related costs in connection therewith, or of payment of the cost of long-range capital programming and space utilization studies as hereinafter stated:

(a) For the Office of Legislative Management: Information technology updates, replacements and improvements, replacement of various equipment in the Capitol complex, including updated technology for the Office of State Capitol Police, renovations and repairs and minor capital improvements at the Capitol complex and the Old State House, not exceeding $1,798,500.

(b) For the Office of Governmental Accountability: Information technology improvements, not exceeding $100,000.

(c) For the State Comptroller: Enhancements and upgrades to the CORE financial system, not exceeding $20,000,000.

(d) For the Office of Policy and Management:

(1) Development and implementation of databases in the core financial system associated with results-based accountability, not exceeding $3,000,000;

(2) Design and implementation of the Criminal Justice Information Sharing System, not exceeding $17,100,000;

(3) For transit-oriented development and predevelopment activities, not exceeding $8,000,000;

(4) Development of a comprehensive state-wide water plan, not exceeding $500,000;

(5) For the information and technology capital investment program, not exceeding $80,000,000, provided $15,000,000 shall be made available for the development and maintenance of a state-wide health information exchange, including the purchase of software and related equipment, and $25,000,000 shall be made available for the purchase and implementation of an integrated electronic medical records system at The University of Connecticut Health Center.

(e) For the Department of Veterans' Affairs:

(1) Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, not exceeding $700,000;

(2) State matching funds for federal grants-in-aid for renovations and code-required improvements to existing facilities, not exceeding $1,445,300.

(f) For the Department of Administrative Services:

(1) Alterations and improvements in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, not exceeding $1,000,000;

(2) Development of a supplier diversity data management system, not exceeding $400,000;

(3) 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, not exceeding $25,000,000;

(4) Removal or encapsulation of asbestos and hazardous materials in state-owned buildings, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(5) Land acquisition, construction, improvements, repairs and renovations at fire training schools, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(6) Acquisition and renovation of a building for the offices of the Probate Court, not exceeding $4,100,000.

(g) For the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection:

(1) Alterations, renovations and improvements to the emergency operations center in Hartford, not exceeding $500,000;

(2) Alterations, renovations and improvements to the Forensic Science Laboratory in Meriden, not exceeding $2,500,000.

(h) For the Department of Motor Vehicles: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, not exceeding $1,420,000.

(i) For the Military Department:

(1) Alterations and improvements to buildings and grounds, including utilities, mechanical systems and energy conservation, not exceeding $450,000;

(2) State matching funds for anticipated federal reimbursable projects, not exceeding $3,271,500;

(3) Construction of a non-motion-based simulation center, not exceeding $750,000.

(j) For the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection:

(1) Dam repairs, including state-owned dams, not exceeding $8,350,000;

(2) Various flood control improvements, flood repair, erosion damage repairs and municipal dam repairs, not exceeding $5,000,000;

(3) Recreation and Natural Heritage Trust Program for recreation, open space, resource protection and resource management, not exceeding $10,000,000.

(k) For the Capital Region Development Authority: Alterations, renovations and improvements at the Connecticut Convention Center and Rentschler Field, not exceeding $5,500,000.

(l) For the Department of Developmental Services: 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, not exceeding $7,500,000.

(m) For the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services: 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, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(n) For the Board of Regents for Higher Education:

(1) All colleges and universities:

(A) New and replacement instruction, research or laboratory equipment, not exceeding $16,000,000;

(B) Consolidation and upgrade of system student and financial information technology systems, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(C) Advanced manufacturing and emerging technology programs, not exceeding $2,500,000;

(2) All community colleges: Deferred maintenance, code compliance and infrastructure improvements, not exceeding $15,500,000;

(3) All universities: Deferred maintenance, code compliance and infrastructure improvements, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(4) At Norwalk Community College: Implementation of phase III of the master plan, not exceeding $28,800,000;

(5) At Capital Community College: Alterations, renovations and improvements to optimize space utilization, not exceeding $5,000,000;

(6) At Tunxis Community College: Implementation of phase III of the master plan, not exceeding $3,000,000.

(o) For the Department of Children and Families: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, not exceeding $3,828,000.

(p) For the Judicial Department:

(1) Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds at state-owned and maintained facilities, not exceeding $7,500,000;

(2) Implementation of the Technology Strategic Plan Project, not exceeding $7,500,000;

(3) Exterior renovations and improvements at the superior courthouse in New Haven, not exceeding $9,000,000;

(4) New furniture, equipment and telecommunications systems for the new Litchfield Judicial District courthouse in Torrington, not exceeding $4,400,000.

Sec. 3. (Effective July 1, 2015) All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time to time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding twenty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds.

Sec. 4. (Effective July 1, 2015) None of the bonds described in sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require.

Sec. 5. (Effective July 1, 2015) For the purposes of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, "state moneys" means the proceeds of the sale of bonds authorized pursuant to said sections 1 to 7, inclusive, or of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the moneys to be derived from the sale of such bonds. Each request filed as provided in section 4 of this act for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 4, shall include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available hereunder for such project. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available, or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project, may be added to any state moneys available or becoming available hereunder for such project and shall be used for such project. Any other federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project shall, upon receipt, be used by the State Treasurer, in conformity with applicable federal and state law, to meet the principal of outstanding bonds issued pursuant to sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, or to meet the principal of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of bonds theretofore authorized pursuant to said sections 1 to 7, inclusive, for the purpose of financing such costs, either by purchase or redemption and cancellation of such bonds or notes or by payment thereof at maturity. Whenever any of the federal, private or other moneys so received with respect to such project are used to meet the principal of such temporary notes or whenever principal of any such temporary notes is retired by application of revenue receipts of the state, the amount of bonds theretofore authorized in anticipation of which such temporary notes were issued, and the aggregate amount of bonds which may be authorized pursuant to section 1 of this act, shall each be reduced by the amount of the principal so met or retired. Pending use of the federal, private or other moneys so received to meet principal as hereinabove directed, the amount thereof may be invested by the State Treasurer in bonds or obligations of, or guaranteed by, the state or the United States or agencies or instrumentalities of the United States, shall be deemed to be part of the debt retirement funds of the state, and net earnings on such investments shall be used in the same manner as the moneys so invested.

Sec. 6. (Effective July 1, 2015) Any balance of proceeds of the sale of said bonds authorized for any project described in section 2 of this act in excess of the cost of such project may be used to complete any other project described in said section 2, if the State Bond Commission shall so determine and direct. Any balance of proceeds of the sale of said bonds in excess of the costs of all the projects described in said section 2 shall be deposited to the credit of the General Fund.

Sec. 7. (Effective July 1, 2015) The bonds issued pursuant to sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of this act, shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of said bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 8. (Effective July 1, 2015) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 9 and 10 of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $135,000,000.

Sec. 9. (Effective July 1, 2015) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 8 to 11, inclusive, of this act shall be used by the Department of Housing for the purposes hereinafter stated: Housing development and rehabilitation, including moderate cost housing, moderate rental, congregate and elderly housing, urban homesteading, community housing development corporations, housing purchase and rehabilitation, housing for the homeless, housing for low income persons, limited equity cooperatives and mutual housing projects, abatement of hazardous material including asbestos and lead-based paint in residential structures, emergency repair assistance for senior citizens, housing land bank and land trust, housing and community development, predevelopment grants and loans, reimbursement for state and federal surplus property, private rental investment mortgage and equity program, housing infrastructure, demolition, renovation or redevelopment of vacant buildings or related infrastructure, septic system repair loan program, acquisition and related rehabilitation, including loan guarantees for private developers of rental housing for the elderly, projects under the program established in section 8-37pp of the general statutes, and participation in federal programs, including administrative expenses associated with those programs eligible under the general statutes, not exceeding $135,000,000, provided not more than $30,000,000 shall be used for revitalization of state moderate rental housing units on the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority's State Housing Portfolio.

Sec. 10. (Effective July 1, 2015) None of the bonds described in sections 8 to 11, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require.

Sec. 11. (Effective July 1, 2015) 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 and sections 8 to 10, inclusive, of this act are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to this section and sections 8 to 10, inclusive, of this act and temporary notes in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time to time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding twenty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds. Such bonds issued pursuant to section 8 of this act shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on such bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of such bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 12. (Effective July 1, 2015) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 13 to 19, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $398,600,000.

Sec. 13. (Effective July 1, 2015) The proceeds of the sale of the bonds described in sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act shall be used for the purpose of providing grants-in-aid and other financing for the projects, programs and purposes hereinafter stated:

(a) For the Office of Policy and Management:

(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, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(2) For the Responsible Growth Incentive Fund, not exceeding $5,000,000;

(3) Grants-in-aid for the purchase of body-worn recording equipment and digital data storage devices or services for law enforcement officers, not exceeding $15,000,000, provided $2,000,000 shall be made available to the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection for members of the state police and $13,000,000 shall be made available to municipalities for local law enforcement officers.

(b) For the Department of Administrative Services: Grants-in-aid to alliance districts to assist in paying for general improvements to school buildings, not exceeding $50,000,000.

(c) For the Labor Department: For the Subsidized Training and Employment program established pursuant to section 31-3pp of the general statutes, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(d) For the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection:

(1) For a Long Island Sound stewardship and resiliency program for protection of costal marshes and other natural buffer areas and for grants-in-aid to increase the resiliency of wastewater treatment facilities, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(2) Grants-in-aid to municipalities, in consultation with the Office of Policy and Management, to encourage low impact design of green municipal infrastructure to reduce nonpoint source pollution, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(3) Grants-in-aid to municipalities for open space land acquisition and development for conservation or recreational purposes, not exceeding $8,000,000.

(e) For the Department of Economic and Community Development:

(1) For the Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund established by section 32-7o of the general statutes, not exceeding $20,000,000, provided 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 the machining of high rate laser-engineered additive manufacturing;

(2) For the Small Business Express program established by section 32-7g of the general statutes, not exceeding $50,000,000;

(3) For the Brownfield Remediation and Revitalization program, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(4) For the Implementation of a 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, not exceeding $2,000,000.

(f) For the Department of Housing: For the Main Street Investment Fund established by section 4-66h of the general statutes, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(g) For the Capital Region Development Authority:

(1) For the purposes and uses provided in section 32-602 of the general statutes, not exceeding $50,000,000, provided not more than $20,000,000 shall be made available to finance projects, including grants-in-aid for public infrastructure, in Hartford outside the boundaries of the capital city economic development district and of which $10,000,000 of such $20,000,000 shall be made available for projects in the federally designated Promise Zone.

(2) Grants-in-aid to the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut for capital improvements, not exceeding $1,500,000.

(h) For the Department of Transportation:

(1) Grants-in-aid for improvements to ports, harbors and marinas, including dredging and navigational improvements, not exceeding $17,500,000, provided not less than $5,000,000 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;

(2) Grants-in-aid to municipalities for use in the manner set forth in, and in accordance with the provisions of, sections 13a-175a to 13a-175k, inclusive, of the general statutes, not exceeding $60,000,000.

(i) For the Department of Education:

(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 current 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, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(2) Grants-in-aid to assist targeted local and regional school districts for alterations, repairs, improvements, technology and equipment in low-performing schools, not exceeding $6,000,000;

(3) Grants-in-aid to the American School for the Deaf for alterations, renovations and improvements to the buildings and grounds, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(j) For the State Library:

(1) Grants-in-aid to public libraries for construction, renovations, expansions, energy conservation and handicapped accessibility, not exceeding $5,000,000;

(2) Grants-in-aid to public libraries for high-speed connections to the Connecticut Education Network, not exceeding $3,600,000.

Sec. 14. (Effective July 1, 2015) All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act, and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with said sections 12 to 19, inclusive, and from time to time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding twenty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds.

Sec. 15. (Effective July 1, 2015) None of the bonds described in sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require.

Sec. 16. (Effective July 1, 2015) For the purposes of sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act, "state moneys" means the proceeds of the sale of bonds authorized pursuant to said sections 12 to 19, inclusive, or of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the moneys to be derived from the sale of such bonds. Each request filed as provided in section 15 of this act for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 15, include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available under said sections 12 to 19, inclusive, for such project. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project may be added to any state moneys available or becoming available hereunder for such project and be used for such project. Any other federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project upon receipt shall, in conformity with applicable federal and state law, be used by the State Treasurer to meet the principal of outstanding bonds issued pursuant to said sections 12 to 19, inclusive, or to meet the principal of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of bonds theretofore authorized pursuant to said sections 12 to 19, inclusive, for the purpose of financing such costs, either by purchase or redemption and cancellation of such bonds or notes or by payment thereof at maturity. Whenever any of the federal, private or other moneys so received with respect to such project are used to meet the principal of such temporary notes or whenever the principal of any such temporary notes is retired by application of revenue receipts of the state, the amount of bonds theretofore authorized in anticipation of which such temporary notes were issued, and the aggregate amount of bonds which may be authorized pursuant to section 12 of this act shall each be reduced by the amount of the principal so met or retired. Pending use of the federal, private or other moneys so received to meet the principal as directed in this section, the amount thereof may be invested by the State Treasurer in bonds or obligations of, or guaranteed by, the state or the United States or agencies or instrumentalities of the United States, shall be deemed to be part of the debt retirement funds of the state, and net earnings on such investments shall be used in the same manner as the moneys so invested.

Sec. 17. (Effective July 1, 2015) The bonds issued pursuant to sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of this act shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of said bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 18. (Effective July 1, 2015) In accordance with section 13 of this act, the state, through the Office of Policy and Management, the Department of Administrative Services, the Labor Department, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Department of Economic and Community Development, the Department of Housing, the Capital Region Development Authority, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Education and the State Library may provide grants-in-aid and other financings to or for the agencies for the purposes and projects as described in said section 13. All financing shall be made in accordance with the terms of a contract at such time or times as shall be determined within authorization of funds by the State Bond Commission.

Sec. 19. (Effective July 1, 2015) In the case of any grant-in-aid made pursuant to subsection (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i) or (j) of section 13 of this act that is made to any entity which is not a political subdivision of the state, the contract entered into pursuant to section 18 of this act shall provide that if the premises for which such grant-in-aid was made ceases, within ten years of the date of such grant, to be used as a facility for which such grant was made, an amount equal to the amount of such grant, minus ten per cent per year for each full year which has elapsed since the date of such grant, shall be repaid to the state and that a lien shall be placed on such land in favor of the state to ensure that such amount shall be repaid in the event of such change in use, provided if the premises for which such grant-in-aid was made are owned by the state, a municipality or a housing authority, no lien need be placed.

Sec. 20. (Effective July 1, 2016) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 21 to 26, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $340,965,500.

Sec. 21. (Effective July 1, 2016) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall be used for the purpose of acquiring, by purchase or condemnation, undertaking, constructing, reconstructing, improving or equipping, or purchasing land or buildings or improving sites for the projects hereinafter described, including payment of architectural, engineering, demolition or related costs in connection therewith, or of payment of the cost of long-range capital programming and space utilization studies as hereinafter stated:

(a) For the Office of Legislative Management: Information technology updates, replacements and improvements, replacement of various equipment in the Capitol complex, including updated technology for the Office of State Capitol Police, renovations and repairs and minor capital improvements at the Capitol complex and the Old State House, not exceeding $344,500.

(b) For the Office of Governmental Accountability: Information technology improvements, not exceeding $500,000.

(c) For the Office of Policy and Management:

(1) Development and implementation of databases in the core financial system associated with results-based accountability, not exceeding $3,500,000;

(2) Design and implementation of the Criminal Justice Information Sharing System, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(3) Development of a comprehensive state-wide water plan, not exceeding $500,000;

(4) For the information and technology capital investment program, not exceeding $76,000,000, provided $15,000,000 shall be made available for the development and maintenance of a state-wide health information exchange, including the purchase of software and related equipment, and $16,000,000 shall be made available for the purchase and implementation of an integrated electronic medical records system at The University of Connecticut Health Center.

(d) For the Department of Veterans' Affairs: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, not exceeding $550,000.

(e) For the Department of Administrative Services:

(1) Alterations and improvements in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, not exceeding $1,000,000;

(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, not exceeding $25,000,000;

(3) Removal or encapsulation of asbestos and hazardous materials in state-owned buildings, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(4) Land acquisition, construction, improvements and repairs and renovations at fire training schools, not exceeding $3,000,000.

(f) For the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection: Alterations, renovations and improvements to the emergency operations center in Hartford, not exceeding $2,000,000.

(g) For the Military Department:

(1) Alterations and improvements to buildings and grounds, including utilities, mechanical systems and energy conservation, not exceeding $225,000;

(2) State matching funds for anticipated federal reimbursable projects, not exceeding $2,883,000.

(h) For the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection:

(1) Alterations, renovations and new construction at state parks and other recreation facilities, including Americans with Disabilities Act improvements, not exceeding $25,000,000;

(2) Dam repairs, including state-owned dams, not exceeding $8,075,000;

(3) Various flood control improvements, flood repair, erosion damage repairs and municipal dam repairs, not exceeding $5,000,000;

(4) Recreation and Natural Heritage Trust Program for recreation, open space, resource protection and resource management, not exceeding $10,000,000.

(i) For the Agricultural Experiment Station:

(1) Construction and equipment for additions and renovation to the Valley Laboratory in Windsor, not exceeding $11,500,000;

(2) Renovations and improvements to greenhouses at the Jenkins Laboratory, not exceeding $200,000.

(j) For the Capital Region Development Authority: Alterations, renovations and improvements at the Connecticut Convention Center and Rentschler Field, not exceeding $3,500,000.

(k) For the Department of Developmental Services: 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, not exceeding $7,500,000.

(l) For the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services: 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, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(m) For the Department of Education: 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 at all regional vocational-technical schools, not exceeding $12,000,000.

(n) For the Board of Regents for Higher Education:

(1) All colleges and universities:

(A) New and replacement instruction, research or laboratory equipment, not exceeding $12,000,000;

(B) Consolidation and upgrade of system student and financial information technology systems, not exceeding $40,000,000;

(C) Advanced manufacturing and emerging technology programs, not exceeding $2,625,000;

(2) All community colleges: Deferred maintenance, code compliance and infrastructure improvements, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(3) All universities: Deferred maintenance, code compliance and infrastructure improvements, not exceeding $12,000,000;

(4) At Norwalk Community College: Alterations, renovations and improvements to the B wing building, not exceeding $5,190,000;

(5) At Asnuntuck Community College: Alterations renovations and improvements for expansion of library and student services, not exceeding $3,800,000.

(o) For the Department of Correction: Alterations, 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, not exceeding $15,000,000.

(p) For the Department of Children and Families: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, not exceeding $2,073,000.

(q) For the Judicial Department:

(1) Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds at state-owned and maintained facilities, not exceeding $7,500,000;

(2) Implementation of the Technology Strategic Plan project, not exceeding $7,500,000.

Sec. 22. (Effective July 1, 2016) All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act, and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time to time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding twenty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds.

Sec. 23. (Effective July 1, 2016) None of the bonds described in sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require.

Sec. 24. (Effective July 1, 2016) For the purposes of sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act, "state moneys" means the proceeds of the sale of bonds authorized pursuant to said sections 20 to 26, inclusive, or of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the moneys to be derived from the sale of such bonds. Each request filed as provided in section 23 of this act for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 23, shall include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available hereunder for such project. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available, or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project, may be added to any state moneys available or becoming available hereunder for such project and shall be used for such project. Any other federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project shall, upon receipt, be used by the State Treasurer, in conformity with applicable federal and state law, to meet the principal of outstanding bonds issued pursuant to sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act, or to meet the principal of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of bonds theretofore authorized pursuant to said sections 20 to 26, inclusive, for the purpose of financing such costs, either by purchase or redemption and cancellation of such bonds or notes or by payment thereof at maturity. Whenever any of the federal, private or other moneys so received with respect to such project are used to meet the principal of such temporary notes or whenever principal of any such temporary notes is retired by application of revenue receipts of the state, the amount of bonds theretofore authorized in anticipation of which such temporary notes were issued, and the aggregate amount of bonds which may be authorized pursuant to section 20 of this act, shall each be reduced by the amount of the principal so met or retired. Pending use of the federal, private or other moneys so received to meet principal as hereinabove directed, the amount thereof may be invested by the State Treasurer in bonds or obligations of, or guaranteed by, the state or the United States or agencies or instrumentalities of the United States, shall be deemed to be part of the debt retirement funds of the state, and net earnings on such investments shall be used in the same manner as the moneys so invested.

Sec. 25. (Effective July 1, 2016) Any balance of proceeds of the sale of said bonds authorized for any project described in section 21 of this act in excess of the cost of such project may be used to complete any other project described in said section 21, if the State Bond Commission shall so determine and direct. Any balance of proceeds of the sale of said bonds in excess of the costs of all the projects described in said section 21 shall be deposited to the credit of the General Fund.

Sec. 26. (Effective July 1, 2016) The bonds issued pursuant to sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of this act shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of said bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 27. (Effective July 1, 2016) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 28 to 30, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $135,000,000.

Sec. 28. (Effective July 1, 2016) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 27 to 30, inclusive, of this act shall be used by the Department of Housing for the purposes hereinafter stated: Housing development and rehabilitation, including moderate cost housing, moderate rental, congregate and elderly housing, urban homesteading, community housing development corporations, housing purchase and rehabilitation, housing for the homeless, housing for low income persons, limited equity cooperatives and mutual housing projects, abatement of hazardous material including asbestos and lead-based paint in residential structures, emergency repair assistance for senior citizens, housing land bank and land trust, housing and community development, predevelopment grants and loans, reimbursement for state and federal surplus property, private rental investment mortgage and equity program, housing infrastructure, demolition, renovation or redevelopment of vacant buildings or related infrastructure, septic system repair loan program, acquisition and related rehabilitation, including loan guarantees for private developers of rental housing for the elderly, projects under the program established in section 8-37pp of the general statutes, and participation in federal programs, including administrative expenses associated with those programs eligible under the general statutes, not exceeding $135,000,000, provided not more than $30,000,000 shall be used for revitalization of state moderate rental housing units on the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority's State Housing Portfolio.

Sec. 29. (Effective July 1, 2016) None of the bonds described in sections 27 to 30, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require.

Sec. 30. (Effective July 1, 2016) 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 and sections 27 to 29, inclusive, of this act, are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to this section and sections 27 to 29, inclusive, of this act, and temporary notes in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with said section 3-20 and from time to time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding twenty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds. Such bonds issued pursuant to section 27 of this act shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on such bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of such bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 31. (Effective July 1, 2016) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 32 to 38, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $375,750,000.

Sec. 32. (Effective July 1, 2016) The proceeds of the sale of the bonds described in sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of this act shall be used for the purpose of providing grants-in-aid and other financing for the projects, programs and purposes hereinafter stated:

(a) For the Office of Policy and Management:

(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, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(2) For the Responsible Growth Incentive Fund, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(b) For the Department of Administrative Services: Grants-in-aid to alliance districts to assist in paying for general improvements to school buildings, not exceeding $50,000,000.

(c) For the Labor Department: For the Subsidized Training and Employment program established pursuant to section 31-3pp of the general statutes, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(d) For the Department of Agriculture: For the Farm Reinvestment Program, not exceeding $1,000,000.

(e) For the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection:

(1) For a program to establish energy microgrids to support critical municipal infrastructure, not exceeding $15,000,000;

(2) Grants-in-aid to municipalities for open space land acquisition and development for conservation or recreational purposes, not exceeding $8,000,000;

(3) Grants-in-aid for identification, investigation, containment, removal or mitigation of contaminated industrial sites in urban areas, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(f) For the Department of Economic and Community Development:

(1) For the Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund established by section 32-7o of the general statutes, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(2) For the Small Business Express program established by section 32-7g of the general statutes, not exceeding $50,000,000;

(3) For the Brownfield Remediation and Revitalization program, not exceeding $20,000,000;

(4) Grants-in-aid to nonprofit organizations sponsoring cultural and historic sites, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(g) For the Department of Housing: For the Main Street Investment Fund established by section 4-66h of the general statutes, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(h) For the Capital Region Development Authority:

(1) For the purposes and uses provided in section 32-602 of the general statutes, not exceeding $50,000,000, provided not more than $20,000,000 shall be made available to finance projects, including grants-in-aid for public infrastructure, in Hartford outside the boundaries of the Capital Region Development Authority;

(2) Grants-in-aid to the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut for capital improvements, not exceeding $1,500,000.

(i) For the Department of Developmental Services: Grants-in-aid to private nonprofit organizations for supportive housing, not exceeding $20,000,000.

(j) For the Department of Transportation: Grants-in-aid to municipalities for use in the manner set forth in, and in accordance with the provisions of, sections 13a-175a to 13a-175k, inclusive, of the general statutes, not exceeding $60,000,000.

(k) For the Department of Education:

(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 current 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, not exceeding $5,750,000;

(2) Grants-in-aid to assist targeted local and regional school districts for alterations, repairs, improvements, technology and equipment in low-performing schools, not exceeding $10,000,000;

(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, not exceeding $5,000,000.

(l) For the State Library: Grants-in-aid to public libraries for construction, renovations, expansions, energy conservation and handicapped accessibility, not exceeding $7,000,000.

(m) For the Connecticut Port Authority: Grants-in-aid for improvements to ports, harbors and marinas, including dredging and navigational improvements, not exceeding $17,500,000, provided not less than $5,000,000 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.

Sec. 33. (Effective July 1, 2016) All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of this act, and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with said sections 31 to 38, inclusive, and from time to time renewed. Such bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding twenty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such bonds.

Sec. 34. (Effective July 1, 2016) None of the bonds described in sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require.

Sec. 35. (Effective July 1, 2016) For the purposes of sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of this act, "state moneys" means the proceeds of the sale of bonds authorized pursuant to said sections 31 to 38 inclusive, or of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the moneys to be derived from the sale of such bonds. Each request filed as provided in section 34 of this act for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 34, include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available under said sections 31 to 38, inclusive, for such project. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project may be added to any state moneys available or becoming available hereunder for such project and be used for such project. Any other federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project upon receipt shall, in conformity with applicable federal and state law, be used by the State Treasurer to meet the principal of outstanding bonds issued pursuant to said sections 31 to 38, inclusive, or to meet the principal of temporary notes issued in anticipation of the money to be derived from the sale of bonds theretofore authorized pursuant to said sections 31 to 38, inclusive, for the purpose of financing such costs, either by purchase or redemption and cancellation of such bonds or notes or by payment thereof at maturity. Whenever any of the federal, private or other moneys so received with respect to such project are used to meet the principal of such temporary notes or whenever the principal of any such temporary notes is retired by application of revenue receipts of the state, the amount of bonds theretofore authorized in anticipation of which such temporary notes were issued, and the aggregate amount of bonds which may be authorized pursuant to section 31 of this act shall each be reduced by the amount of the principal so met or retired. Pending use of the federal, private or other moneys so received to meet the principal as directed in this section, the amount thereof may be invested by the State Treasurer in bonds or obligations of, or guaranteed by, the state or the United States or agencies or instrumentalities of the United States, shall be deemed to be part of the debt retirement funds of the state, and net earnings on such investments shall be used in the same manner as the moneys so invested.

Sec. 36. (Effective July 1, 2016) The bonds issued pursuant to sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of this act shall be general obligations of the state and the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on said bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of said bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 37. (Effective July 1, 2016) In accordance with section 32 of this act, the state, through the Office of Policy and Management, the Department of Administrative Services, the Labor Department, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Department of Economic and Community Development, the Department of Housing, the Capital Regional Development Authority, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Education and the State Library may provide grants-in-aid and other financings to or for the agencies for the purposes and projects as described in said section 32. All financing shall be made in accordance with the terms of a contract at such time or times as shall be determined within authorization of funds by the State Bond Commission.

Sec. 38. (Effective July 1, 2016) In the case of any grant-in-aid made pursuant to subsection (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j) or (k) of section 32 of this act that is made to any entity which is not a political subdivision of the state, the contract entered into pursuant to section 37 of this act shall provide that if the premises for which such grant-in-aid was made ceases, within ten years of the date of such grant, to be used as a facility for which such grant was made, an amount equal to the amount of such grant, minus ten per cent per year for each full year which has elapsed since the date of such grant, shall be repaid to the state and that a lien shall be placed on such land in favor of the state to ensure that such amount shall be repaid in the event of such change in use, provided if the premises for which such grant-in-aid was made are owned by the state, a municipality or a housing authority no lien need be placed.

Sec. 39. (Effective July 1, 2015) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 40 to 44, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of special tax obligation bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $681,426,765.

Sec. 40. (Effective July 1, 2015) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 39 to 44, inclusive, of this act, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall be used for the purpose of payment of the transportation costs, as defined in subdivision (6) of section 13b-75 of the general statutes, with respect to the projects and uses hereinafter described, which projects and uses are hereby found and determined to be in furtherance of one or more of the authorized purposes for the issuance of special tax obligation bonds set forth in section 13b-74 of the general statutes. For the Department of Transportation:

(a) For the Bureau of Engineering and Highway Operations:

(1) Interstate Highway Program, not exceeding $13,000,000;

(2) Urban Systems Projects, not exceeding $10,138,710;

(3) Intrastate Highway Program, not exceeding $44,000,000;

(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, not exceeding $17,556,000;

(5) State bridge improvement, rehabilitation and replacement projects, not exceeding $33,000,000;

(6) Capital resurfacing and related reconstruction, not exceeding $75,000,000;

(7) Fix-it-First program to repair the state's bridges, not exceeding $70,000,000;

(8) Fix-it-First program to repair the state's roads, not exceeding $55,000,000;

(9) Local Transportation Capital Program, not exceeding $74,000,000;

(10) Highway and bridge renewal equipment, not exceeding $20,381,280;

(11) Local Bridge Program, not exceeding $10,000,000.

(b) For the Bureau of Aviation and Ports:

(1) Reconstruction and improvements to the warehouse and State Pier, New London, including site improvements and improvements to ferry slips, not exceeding $5,331,000;

(2) Development and improvement of general aviation airport facilities including grants-in-aid to municipal airports, excluding Bradley International Airport, not exceeding $2,000,000.

(c) For the Bureau of Public Transportation: Bus and rail facilities and equipment, including rights-of-way, other property acquisition and related projects, not exceeding $205,300,000.

(d) For the Bureau of Administration:

(1) Department facilities, not exceeding $20,719,775;

(2) Cost of issuance of special tax obligation bonds and debt service reserve, not exceeding $26,000,000.

Sec. 41. (Effective July 1, 2015) None of the bonds described in sections 39 to 44, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it (1) a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require, and (2) any capital development impact statement and any human services facility colocation statement required to be filed with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management pursuant to section 4b-31 of the general statutes, any advisory report regarding the state conservation and development policies plan required pursuant to section 16a-31 of the general statutes, and any statement regarding farm land required pursuant to subsection (g) of section 3-20 of the general statutes and section 22-6 of the general statutes, provided the State Bond Commission may authorize said bonds without a finding that the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section have been filed with it if said commission authorizes the secretary of said commission to accept such reports and statements on its behalf. No funds derived from the sale of bonds authorized by said commission without a finding that the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section have been filed with it shall be allotted by the Governor for any project until the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section, with respect to such project, have been filed with the secretary of said commission.

Sec. 42. (Effective July 1, 2015) For the purposes of sections 39 to 44, inclusive, of this act, each request filed, as provided in section 41 of this act, for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 41, include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available from the proceeds of bonds and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the receipt of the proceeds of bonds. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project shall be added to such state moneys.

Sec. 43. (Effective July 1, 2015) Any balance of proceeds of the sale of bonds authorized for the projects or purposes of section 40 of this act, in excess of the aggregate costs of all the projects so authorized, shall be used in the manner set forth in sections 13b-74 to 13b-77, inclusive, of the general statutes, and in the proceedings of the State Bond Commission respecting the issuance and sale of said bonds.

Sec. 44. (Effective July 1, 2015) Bonds issued pursuant to sections 39 to 44, inclusive, of this act shall be special obligations of the state and shall not be payable from or charged upon any funds other than revenues of the state pledged therefor in subsection (b) of section 13b-61 of the general statutes and section 13b-61a of the general statutes, or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor. Said bonds shall not be payable from or charged upon any funds other than such pledged revenues or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor, nor shall the state or any political subdivision thereof be subject to any liability thereon, except to the extent of such pledged revenues or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor. Said bonds shall be issued under and in accordance with the provisions of sections 13b-74 to 13b-77, inclusive, of the general statutes.

Sec. 45. (Effective July 1, 2016) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 46 to 50, inclusive, of this act, from time to time to authorize the issuance of special tax obligation bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $693,288,380.

Sec. 46. (Effective July 1, 2016) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 45 to 50, inclusive, of this act, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall be used for the purpose of payment of the transportation costs, as defined in subdivision (6) of section 13b-75 of the general statutes, with respect to the projects and uses hereinafter described, which projects and uses are hereby found and determined to be in furtherance of one or more of the authorized purposes for the issuance of special tax obligation bonds set forth in section 13b-74 of the general statutes. For the Department of Transportation:

(a) For the Bureau of Engineering and Highway Operations:

(1) Interstate Highway Program, not exceeding $13,000,000;

(2) Urban Systems Projects, not exceeding $12,112,100;

(3) Intrastate Highway Program, not exceeding $44,000,000;

(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, not exceeding $18,535,000;

(5) State bridge improvement, rehabilitation and replacement projects, not exceeding $33,000,000;

(6) Capital resurfacing and related reconstruction, not exceeding $75,000,000;

(7) Fix-it-First program to repair the state's bridges, not exceeding $70,000,000;

(8) Fix-it-First program to repair the state's roads, not exceeding $55,000,000;

(9) Local Transportation Capital Program, not exceeding $74,000,000;

(10) Highway and bridge renewal equipment, not exceeding $10,381,280;

(11) Local Bridge Program, not exceeding $10,000,000.

(b) For the Bureau of Aviation and Ports:

(1) Reconstruction and improvements to the warehouse and State Pier, New London, including site improvements and improvements to ferry slips, not exceeding $2,650,000;

(2) Development and improvement of general aviation airport facilities including grants-in-aid to municipal airports, excluding Bradley International Airport, not exceeding $2,000,000.

(c) For the Bureau of Public Transportation: Bus and rail facilities and equipment, including rights-of-way, other property acquisition and related projects, not exceeding $208,100,000.

(d) For the Bureau of Administration:

(1) Department facilities, not exceeding $25,510,000;

(2) Cost of issuance of special tax obligation bonds and debt service reserve, not exceeding $40,000,000.

Sec. 47. (Effective July 1, 2016) None of the bonds described in sections 45 to 50, inclusive, of this act shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it (1) a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require, and (2) any capital development impact statement and any human services facility colocation statement required to be filed with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management pursuant to section 4b-31 of the general statutes, any advisory report regarding the state conservation and development policies plan required pursuant to section 16a-31 of the general statutes, and any statement regarding farm land required pursuant to subsection (g) of section 3-20 of the general statutes, and section 22-6 of the general statutes, provided the State Bond Commission may authorize said bonds without a finding that the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section have been filed with it if said commission authorizes the secretary of said commission to accept such reports and statements on its behalf. No funds derived from the sale of bonds authorized by said commission without a finding that the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section have been filed with it shall be allotted by the Governor for any project until the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section, with respect to such project, have been filed with the secretary of said commission.

Sec. 48. (Effective July 1, 2016) For the purposes of sections 45 to 50, inclusive, of this act, each request filed, as provided in section 47 of this act, for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 47, include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available from the proceeds of bonds and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the receipt of the proceeds of bonds. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project shall be added to such state moneys.

Sec. 49. (Effective July 1, 2016) Any balance of proceeds of the sale of the bonds authorized for the projects or purposes of section 46 of this act, in excess of the aggregate costs of all the projects so authorized, shall be used in the manner set forth in sections 13b-74 to 13b-77, inclusive, of the general statutes, and in the proceedings of the State Bond Commission respecting the issuance and sale of said bonds.

Sec. 50. (Effective July 1, 2016) Bonds issued pursuant to sections 45 to 50, inclusive, of this act, shall be special obligations of the state and shall not be payable from or charged upon any funds other than revenues of the state pledged therefor in subsection (b) of section 13b-61 of the general statutes and section 13b-61a of the general statutes, or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor. Said bonds shall not be payable from or charged upon any funds other than such pledged revenues or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor, nor shall the state or any political subdivision thereof be subject to any liability thereon, except to the extent of such pledged revenues or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor. Said bonds shall be issued under and in accordance with the provisions of sections 13b-74 to 13b-77, inclusive, of the general statutes.

Sec. 51. Subsections (a) and (b) of section 4-66c of the general statutes are repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(a) For the purposes of subsection (b) of this section, the State Bond Commission shall have power, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts not exceeding in the aggregate [one billion four hundred thirty-nine million four hundred eighty-seven thousand five hundred forty-four dollars] one billion five hundred fifty-nine million four hundred eighty-seven thousand five hundred forty-four dollars, provided fifty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2016. All provisions of section 3-20, 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 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.

(b) (1) The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall be used, subject to the provisions of subsections (c) and (d) of this section, for the purpose of redirecting, improving and expanding state activities which promote community conservation and development and improve the quality of life for urban residents of the state as hereinafter stated: (A) For the Department of Economic and Community Development: Economic and community development projects, including administrative costs incurred by the Department of Economic and Community Development, not exceeding sixty-seven million five hundred ninety-one thousand six hundred forty-two dollars, one million dollars of which shall be used for a grant to the development center program and the nonprofit business consortium deployment center approved pursuant to section 32-411; (B) for the Department of Transportation: Urban mass transit, not exceeding two million dollars; (C) for the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection: Recreation development and solid waste disposal projects, not exceeding one million nine hundred ninety-five thousand nine hundred two dollars; (D) for the Department of Social Services: Child day care projects, elderly centers, shelter facilities for victims of domestic violence, emergency shelters and related facilities for the homeless, multipurpose human resource centers and food distribution facilities, not exceeding thirty-nine million one hundred thousand dollars, provided four million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 1994; (E) for the Department of Economic and Community Development: Housing projects, not exceeding three million dollars; (F) for the Office of Policy and Management: (i) Grants-in-aid to municipalities for a pilot demonstration program to leverage private contributions for redevelopment of designated historic preservation areas, not exceeding one million dollars; (ii) grants-in-aid for urban development projects including economic and community development, transportation, environmental protection, public safety, children and families and social services projects and programs, including, in the case of economic and community development projects administered on behalf of the Office of Policy and Management by the Department of Economic and Community Development, administrative costs incurred by the Department of Economic and Community Development, not exceeding [one billion three hundred twenty-four million eight hundred thousand dollars] one billion four hundred forty-four million eight hundred thousand dollars, provided fifty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2016.

(2) (A) Five million dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection may be made available to private nonprofit organizations for the purposes described in said subparagraph (F)(ii). (B) Twelve million dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection may be made available for necessary renovations and improvements of libraries. (C) Five million dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall be made available for small business gap financing. (D) Ten million dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection may be made available for regional economic development revolving loan funds. (E) One million four hundred thousand dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall be made available for rehabilitation and renovation of the Black Rock Library in Bridgeport. (F) Two million five hundred thousand dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall be made available for site acquisition, renovation and rehabilitation for the Institute for the Hispanic Family in Hartford. (G) Three million dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall be made available for the acquisition of land and the development of commercial or retail property in New Haven. (H) Seven hundred fifty thousand dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall be made available for repairs and replacement of the fishing pier at Cummings Park in Stamford. (I) Ten million dollars of the grants-in-aid authorized in subparagraph (F)(ii) of subdivision (1) of this subsection shall be made available for development of an intermodal transportation facility in northeastern Connecticut.

Sec. 52. Subsection (a) of section 4-66g of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [two hundred sixty] three hundred million dollars, provided twenty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016.

Sec. 53. Subsection (a) of section 4a-10 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [four hundred sixty-four million one hundred thousand] five hundred twenty-four million one hundred thousand dollars, provided [thirty-five] thirty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016.

Sec. 54. Section 7-538 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [seven hundred sixty-five million] eight hundred twenty-five million dollars, provided thirty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016.

(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 Office of Policy and Management for the purposes of sections 7-535 to 7-538, inclusive.

(c) All provisions of section 3-20, or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 7-535 to 7-538, inclusive, are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to said sections 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 sections 7-535 to 7-538, inclusive, 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. 55. (Effective July 1, 2015) (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 one hundred twenty million dollars, provided sixty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2016.

(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 Office of Policy and Management for grants-in-aid to municipalities for the purposes set forth in subsection (a) of section 13a-175a of the general statutes, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2016, and June 30, 2017. Such grant payments shall be made annually as follows:

T1

Municipalities

FY 16

FY 17

T2

Andover

$2,620

$2,620

T3

Ansonia

85,419

85,419

T4

Ashford

3,582

3,582

T5

Avon

261,442

261,442

T6

Barkhamsted

41,462

41,462

T7

Beacon Falls

43,809

43,809

T8

Berlin

786,396

786,396

T9

Bethany

67,229

67,229

T10

Bethel

282,660

282,660

T11

Bethlehem

7,945

7,945

T12

Bloomfield

1,701,347

1,701,347

T13

Bolton

24,859

24,859

T14

Bozrah

138,521

138,521

T15

Branford

374,850

374,850

T16

Bridgeport

1,031,564

1,031,564

T17

Bridgewater

587

587

T18

Bristol

2,486,925

2,486,925

T19

Brookfield

118,281

118,281

T20

Brooklyn

10,379

10,379

T21

Burlington

15,300

15,300

T22

Canaan

20,712

20,712

T23

Canterbury

2,022

2,022

T24

Canton

7,994

7,994

T25

Chaplin

601

601

T26

Cheshire

736,700

736,700

T27

Chester

89,264

89,264

T28

Clinton

191,674

191,674

T29

Colchester

39,009

39,009

T30

Colebrook

550

550

T31

Columbia

26,763

26,763

T32

Cornwall

-

-

T33

Coventry

10,533

10,533

T34

Cromwell

31,099

31,099

T35

Danbury

1,726,901

1,726,901

T36

Darien

-

-

T37

Deep River

104,136

104,136

T38

Derby

14,728

14,728

T39

Durham

153,897

153,897

T40

Eastford

54,564

54,564

T41

East Granby

537,454

537,454

T42

East Haddam

1,696

1,696

T43

East Hampton

18,943

18,943

T44

East Hartford

4,447,536

4,447,536

T45

East Haven

43,500

43,500

T46

East Lyme

22,442

22,442

T47

Easton

2,660

2,660

T48

East Windsor

295,024

295,024

T49

Ellington

223,527

223,527

T50

Enfield

256,875

256,875

T51

Essex

74,547

74,547

T52

Fairfield

96,747

96,747

T53

Farmington

545,804

545,804

T54

Franklin

23,080

23,080

T55

Glastonbury

240,799

240,799

T56

Goshen

2,648

2,648

T57

Granby

35,332

35,332

T58

Greenwich

89,022

89,022

T59

Griswold

31,895

31,895

T60

Groton (Town of)

1,240,819

1,240,819

T61

Guilford

64,848

64,848

T62

Haddam

3,554

3,554

T63

Hamden

286,689

286,689

T64

Hampton

-

-

T65

Hartford

1,419,161

1,419,161

T66

Hartland

955

955

T67

Harwinton

21,506

21,506

T68

Hebron

2,216

2,216

T69

Kent

-

-

T70

Killingly

706,717

706,717

T71

Killingworth

5,148

5,148

T72

Lebanon

30,427

30,427

T73

Ledyard

421,085

421,085

T74

Lisbon

3,683

3,683

T75

Litchfield

3,432

3,432

T76

Lyme

-

-

T77

Madison

6,795

6,795

T78

Manchester

1,072,449

1,072,449

T79

Mansfield

6,841

6,841

T80

Marlborough

7,313

7,313

T81

Meriden

893,641

893,641

T82

Middlebury

84,264

84,264

T83

Middlefield

248,652

248,652

T84

Middletown

1,987,145

1,987,145

T85

Milford

1,344,868

1,344,868

T86

Monroe

179,106

179,106

T87

Montville

528,644

528,644

T88

Morris

3,528

3,528

T89

Naugatuck

341,656

341,656

T90

New Britain

1,383,881

1,383,881

T91

New Canaan

200

200

T92

New Fairfield

1,149

1,149

T93

New Hartford

139,174

139,174

T94

New Haven

1,369,123

1,369,123

T95

Newington

917,869

917,869

T96

New London

33,169

33,169

T97

New Milford

674,203

674,203

T98

Newtown

235,371

235,371

T99

Norfolk

7,207

7,207

T100

North Branford

301,074

301,074

T101

North Canaan

359,719

359,719

T102

North Haven

1,445,730

1,445,730

T103

North Stonington

-

-

T104

Norwalk

402,915

402,915

T105

Norwich

187,132

187,132

T106

Old Lyme

1,888

1,888

T107

Old Saybrook

46,717

46,717

T108

Orange

104,962

104,962

T109

Oxford

84,313

84,313

T110

Plainfield

144,803

144,803

T111

Plainville

541,936

541,936

T112

Plymouth

152,434

152,434

T113

Pomfret

27,820

27,820

T114

Portland

90,840

90,840

T115

Preston

-

-

T116

Prospect

70,942

70,942

T117

Putnam

171,800

171,800

T118

Redding

1,329

1,329

T119

Ridgefield

561,986

561,986

T120

Rocky Hill

221,199

221,199

T121

Roxbury

602

602

T122

Salem

4,699

4,699

T123

Salisbury

83

83

T124

Scotland

7,681

7,681

T125

Seymour

281,186

281,186

T126

Sharon

-

-

T127

Shelton

584,121

584,121

T128

Sherman

-

-

T129

Simsbury

77,648

77,648

T130

Somers

82,324

82,324

T131

Southbury

20,981

20,981

T132

Southington

820,795

820,795

T133

South Windsor

1,338,190

1,338,190

T134

Sprague

386,528

386,528

T135

Stafford

437,917

437,917

T136

Stamford

416,142

416,142

T137

Sterling

24,398

24,398

T138

Stonington

100,332

100,332

T139

Stratford

3,507,689

3,507,689

T140

Suffield

180,663

180,663

T141

Thomaston

395,346

395,346

T142

Thompson

76,733

76,733

T143

Tolland

85,064

85,064

T144

Torrington

605,345

605,345

T145

Trumbull

189,309

189,309

T146

Union

-

-

T147

Vernon

151,598

151,598

T148

Voluntown

2,002

2,002

T149

Wallingford

1,948,455

1,948,455

T150

Warren

288

288

T151

Washington

158

158

T152

Waterbury

2,516,158

2,516,158

T153

Waterford

34,255

34,255

T154

Watertown

642,281

642,281

T155

Westbrook

267,405

267,405

T156

West Hartford

805,784

805,784

T157

West Haven

147,516

147,516

T158

Weston

453

453

T159

Westport

-

-

T160

Wethersfield

21,785

21,785

T161

Willington

20,018

20,018

T162

Wilton

307,058

307,058

T163

Winchester

306,204

306,204

T164

Windham

454,575

454,575

T165

Windsor

1,321,000

1,321,000

T166

Windsor Locks

1,907,971

1,907,971

T167

Wolcott

234,916

234,916

T168

Woodbridge

29,920

29,920

T169

Woodbury

56,908

56,908

T170

Woodstock

68,767

68,767

T171

 

-

-

T172

Jewett City(Bor. )

4,195

4,195

T173

 

-

-

T174

Barkhamsted FD

2,500

2,500

T175

Berlin - Kensington FD

11,389

11,389

T176

Berlin - Worthington FD

941

941

T177

Bloomfield: Center FD

4,173

4,173

T178

Bloomfield Blue Hills FD

103,086

103,086

T179

Cromwell FD

1,832

1,832

T180

Enfield FD 1

14,636

14,636

T181

Enfield: Thompsonville FD 2

3,160

3,160

T182

Enfield: Hazardville Fire #3

1,374

1,374

T183

Enfield: N Thompsonville FD 4

69

69

T184

Enfield: Shaker Pines FD 5

6,403

6,403

T185

Groton City

164,635

164,635

T186

Groton Sewer

1,688

1,688

T187

Groton Old Mystic FD 5

1,695

1,695

T188

Groton: Poq. Bridge FD

22,300

22,300

T189

Killingly Attawaugan F. D.

1,836

1,836

T190

Killingly Dayville F. D.

42,086

42,086

T191

Killingly Dyer Manor

1,428

1,428

T192

E. Killingly F. D.

95

95

T193

So. Killingly F. D.

189

189

T194

Killingly Williamsville F. D.

6,710

6,710

T195

Manchester Eighth Util.

68,425

68,425

T196

Middletown: South FD

207,081

207,081

T197

Middletown Westfield F. D.

10,801

10,801

T198

Middletown City Fire

33,837

33,837

T199

New Htfd. Village F. D. #1

7,128

7,128

T200

New Htfd Pine Meadow #3

131

131

T201

New Htfd South End F. D.

10

10

T202

Plainfield Central Village FD

1,466

1,466

T203

Plainfield - Moosup FD

2,174

2,174

T204

Plainfield: Plainfield FD

1,959

1,959

T205

Plainfield Wauregan FD

5,136

5,136

T206

Pomfret FD

1,031

1,031

T207

Putnam: E. Putnam FD

10,110

10,110

T208

Simsbury F. D.

2,638

2,638

T209

Stafford Springs Service Dist.

15,246

15,246

T210

Sterling F. D.

1,293

1,293

T211

Stonington Mystic FD

601

601

T212

Stonington Old Mystic FD

2,519

2,519

T213

Stonington Pawcatuck F. D.

5,500

5,500

T214

Stonington Quiambaug F. D.

72

72

T215

Stonington Wequetequock FD

73

73

T216

Trumbull Center

555

555

T217

Trumbull Long Hill F. D.

1,105

1,105

T218

Trumbull Nichols F. D.

3,435

3,435

T219

W. Haven: West Shore FD

34,708

34,708

T220

W. Haven: Allingtown FD

21,514

21,514

T221

West Haven First Ctr FD 1

4,736

4,736

T222

Windsor Wilson FD

214

214

T223

Windsor FD

14

14

T224

Windham First

8,929

8,929

T225

Grand Totals

60,000,000

60,000,000

(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. 56. Subsection (a) of section 8-336n of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(a) For the purpose of capitalizing the Housing Trust Fund created by section 8-336o, the State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [two hundred twenty] two hundred eighty-five million dollars, provided (1) twenty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2005, (2) twenty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2006, (3) twenty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2007, (4) thirty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2008, (5) twenty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2009, (6) twenty-five million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2011, (7) twenty-five million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2012, (8) thirty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2013, [and] (9) thirty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2014, (10) forty million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2015, and (11) twenty-five million dollars shall be effective July 1, 2016. The proceeds of the sale of bonds pursuant to this section shall be deposited in the Housing Trust Fund.

Sec. 57. (Effective July 1, 2015) (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 thirty million dollars, provided fifteen million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2016.

(b) The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, to the extent of the amount stated in subsection (a) of this section shall be used by the Department of Housing for the purposes of a homelessness prevention and response fund to provide forgivable loans or grants to (1) landlords to renovate multifamily homes, including performing building code compliance work and other major improvements, in exchange for the landlord's participation in a rapid rehousing program. A landlord's participation in such program would include, but not be limited to, waiving security deposits and abatement of rent for a designated period; and (2) landlords to renovate multifamily homes, including performing building code compliance work and other major improvements, fund ongoing maintenance and repair, or capitalize operating and replacement reserves in exchange for the abatement of rent by a landlord for scattered site supportive housing units.

(c) The Department of Housing may use not more than five per cent of the total allocation for administrative purposes.

(d) 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. 58. Subsection (a) of section 10-66jj of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [thirty] thirty-five million dollars, provided five million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016.

Sec. 59. Section 10-265h of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(a) The Commissioner of Administrative Services, in consultation with the Commissioner of Education, shall establish, within available bond authorizations, a grant program to assist [priority school] alliance districts, as defined in section 10-262u, in paying for general improvements to school buildings. For purposes of this section "general improvements to school buildings" means work that (1) is generally not eligible for reimbursement pursuant to chapter 173, and (2) is to (A) replace windows, doors, boilers and other heating and ventilation system components, internal communications and technology systems, lockers, floors, cafeteria equipment and ceilings, including the installation of new drop ceilings, (B) upgrade restrooms including the replacement of fixtures and related water supplies and drainage, (C) upgrade and replace lighting, including energy efficient upgrades to lighting systems and controls to increase efficiency, and reduce consumption levels and cost, (D) upgrade entryways, driveways, parking areas, play areas and athletic fields, (E) upgrade equipment, (F) repair roofs, including the installation of energy efficient fixtures and systems and environmental enhancements, or [(D)] (G) install or upgrade security equipment that is consistent with the school safety infrastructure standards, developed by the School Safety Infrastructure Council pursuant to section 10-292r, including, but not limited to, video surveillance devices and fencing, provided "general improvements to school buildings" may include work not specified in this subdivision if the [school] alliance district provides justification for such work acceptable to the Commissioner of [Education] Administrative Services, but shall not include routine maintenance such as painting, cleaning, equipment repair or other minor repairs or work done at the administrative facilities of a board of education.

(b) Eligibility for grants pursuant to this section shall be determined for a five-year period based on a school district's designation as an alliance district in the initial year of [application] designation as [a priority school] an alliance district. Grant awards shall be made annually contingent upon the filing of an application and a satisfactory annual evaluation. [School] Priority shall be given to an alliance district that includes a life-cycle stewardship plan with such alliance district's application. The life-cycle stewardship plan shall describe the investments and other efforts that have been and will be made by the alliance district to extend the life cycle of its facilities and equipment. Alliance districts shall apply for grants pursuant to this section at such time and in such manner as the commissioner prescribes. 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.

(c) [Priority school districts shall receive grants based on the formula established in subdivision (1) of subsection (e) of section 10-265f.] No funds received by [a school] an alliance district pursuant to this section shall be used to supplant local matching requirements for federal [,] or state [or local] funding otherwise received by such [town] alliance district for improvements to school buildings.

(d) [Expenditure reports shall be filed] Each alliance district that receives funds pursuant to this section shall file expenditure reports with the Department of [Education] Administrative Services as requested by the [commissioner. School districts] Commissioner of Administrative Services. Each alliance district shall refund (1) any unexpended amounts at the close of the project for which the grants are awarded and (2) any amounts not expended in accordance with the approved grant application.

(e) General improvements for which grants are awarded in any year shall be completed by the end of the succeeding fiscal year.

Sec. 60. Section 10-287d of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the purposes of funding (1) grants to projects that have received approval of the Department of Administrative Services pursuant to sections 10-287 and 10-287a, subsection (a) of section 10-65 and section 10-76e, (2) grants to assist school building projects to remedy safety and health violations and damage from fire and catastrophe, and (3) technical high school projects pursuant to section 10-283b, the State Treasurer is authorized and directed, subject to and in accordance with the provisions of section 3-20, to issue bonds of the state from time to time in one or more series in an aggregate amount not exceeding [ten billion one hundred twenty-six million one hundred sixty thousand dollars, provided four hundred sixty-nine million nine hundred thousand] eleven billion two hundred sixteen million one hundred sixty thousand dollars, provided five hundred sixty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016. Bonds of each series shall bear such date or dates and mature at such time or times not exceeding thirty years from their respective dates and be subject to such redemption privileges, with or without premium, as may be fixed by the State Bond Commission. They shall be sold at not less than par and accrued interest and the full faith and credit of the state is pledged for the payment of the interest thereon and the principal thereof as the same shall 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. The State Treasurer is authorized to invest temporarily in direct obligations of the United States, United States agency obligations, certificates of deposit, commercial paper or bank acceptances such portion of the proceeds of such bonds or of any notes issued in anticipation thereof as may be deemed available for such purpose.

Sec. 61. Section 10-292k of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

For purposes of funding interest subsidy grants, except for interest subsidy grants made pursuant to subsection (b) of section 10-292m, the State Treasurer is authorized and directed, subject to and in accordance with the provisions of section 3-20, to issue bonds of the state from time to time in one or more series in an aggregate amount not exceeding [three hundred sixty-one million seven hundred thousand] three hundred sixty-six million eight hundred thousand dollars, provided [four million three] two million one hundred thousand dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016. Bonds of each series shall bear such date or dates and mature at such time or times not exceeding thirty years from their respective dates and be subject to such redemption privileges, with or without premium, as may be fixed by the State Bond Commission. They shall be sold at not less than par and accrued interest and the full faith and credit of the state is pledged for the payment of the interest thereon and the principal thereof as the same shall 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. The State Treasurer is authorized to invest temporarily in direct obligations of the United States, United States agency obligations, certificates of deposit, commercial paper or bank acceptances, such portion of the proceeds of such bonds or of any notes issued in anticipation thereof as may be deemed available for such purpose.

Sec. 62. Subsection (b) of section 10a-91e of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective from passage):

(b) The State Bond Commission shall approve a memorandum of understanding between the board of regents and the state, acting by and through the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the Treasurer, providing for the issuance of said bonds for the purposes of sections 10a-91a to 10a-91h, inclusive, including provisions regarding the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs should be added to the proceeds of the bonds authorized pursuant to sections 10a-91a to 10a-91h, inclusive, for such project or projects. The memorandum of understanding shall be deemed to satisfy the provisions of section 3-20 and the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which is not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 10a-91a to 10a-91h, inclusive. The memorandum of understanding dated July 8, 2008, and approved by the State Bond Commission on August 8, 2008, shall be deemed to incorporate the amendments to sections 10a-91a to 10a-91h, inclusive, enacted in sections 50 to 57, inclusive, of public act 14-98.

Sec. 63. Subsection (a) of section 22a-483 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(a) For the purposes of sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive, 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 [one billion five hundred twelve million six hundred twenty-five thousand nine hundred seventy-six dollars, provided two hundred eighteen million] one billion six hundred fifty-two million six hundred twenty-five thousand nine hundred seventy-six dollars, provided ninety-two million five hundred thousand dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016.

Sec. 64. Subsection (d) of section 22a-483 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(d) Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing herein shall preclude the State Bond Commission from authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds, in principal amounts not exceeding in the aggregate [three billion one hundred thirty-seven million five hundred eighty thousand dollars, provided three hundred thirty-one million nine hundred seventy thousand] three billion three hundred seventy-five million five hundred eighty thousand dollars, provided one hundred eighty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, [2014] 2016, that are not general obligations of the state of Connecticut to which the full faith and credit of the state of Connecticut are pledged for the payment of the principal and interest. Such revenue bonds shall mature at such time or times not exceeding thirty years from their respective dates as may be provided in or pursuant to the resolution or resolutions of the State Bond Commission authorizing such revenue bonds. The revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes authorized to be issued under sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive, shall be special obligations of the state and shall not be payable from nor charged upon any funds other than the revenues or other receipts, funds or moneys pledged therefor as provided in said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive, including the repayment of municipal loan obligations; nor shall the state or any political subdivision thereof be subject to any liability thereon except to the extent of such pledged revenues or the receipts, funds or moneys pledged therefor as provided in said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive. The issuance of revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes under the provisions of said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive, shall not directly or indirectly or contingently obligate the state or any political subdivision thereof to levy or to pledge any form of taxation whatever therefor or to make any appropriation for their payment. The revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes shall not constitute a charge, lien or encumbrance, legal or equitable, upon any property of the state or of any political subdivision thereof, except the property mortgaged or otherwise encumbered under the provisions and for the purposes of said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive. The substance of such limitation shall be plainly stated on the face of each revenue bond, revenue state bond anticipation note and revenue state grant anticipation note issued pursuant to said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive, shall not be subject to any statutory limitation on the indebtedness of the state and such revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes, when issued, shall not be included in computing the aggregate indebtedness of the state in respect to and to the extent of any such limitation. As part of the contract of the state with the owners of such revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes, all amounts necessary for the punctual payment of the debt service requirements with respect to such revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes shall be deemed appropriated, but only from the sources pledged pursuant to said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive. The proceeds of such revenue bonds or notes may be deposited in the Clean Water Fund for use in accordance with the permitted uses of such fund. Any expense incurred in connection with the carrying out of the provisions of this section, including the costs of issuance of revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes and revenue state grant anticipation notes may be paid from the accrued interest and premiums or from any other proceeds of the sale of such revenue bonds, revenue state bond anticipation notes or revenue state grant anticipation notes and in the same manner as other obligations of the state. All provisions of subsections (g), (k), (l), (s) and (u) of section 3-20 or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive, are hereby adopted and shall apply to all revenue bonds, state revenue bond anticipation notes and state revenue grant anticipation notes authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive. For the purposes of subsection (o) of section 3-20, "bond act" shall be construed to include said sections 22a-475 to 22a-483, inclusive.

Sec. 65. Section 23-103 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [two] twelve million dollars, [for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009] provided five million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2016.

(b) The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, to the extent of the amount stated in subsection (a) of this section, shall be used by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection for the purpose of establishing a Connecticut bikeway, pedestrian walkway, recreational trail and greenway grant program for [municipal grants] grants-in-aid to municipalities, private organizations that are exempt from taxation pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or any subsequent corresponding internal revenue code of the United States, as from time to time amended, agencies, districts and other organizations. For the purposes of this section, "bikeway" means any road, street, path or way which is specifically designated for bicycle travel, even if such road, street, path or way is shared with other modes of transportation.

(c) Such grants shall be used for planning, design, land acquisition, construction, construction administration, equipment, trail amenities, trail facilities, parking lots, toilet buildings, signs, benches and publications for bikeways, pedestrian walkways, greenways and multiuse [paths] trails, and for development and maintenance of recreational trails and trail-related facilities for both motorized and nonmotorized uses. Eligible projects may include: (1) Bicycle trails that complete sections of the Connecticut portion of the East Coast Greenway, (2) bikeways that connect to the East Coast Greenway, [and] (3) bikeways or other multiuse paths established within the State Recreational Trails Plan, and (4) other locally supported trails and trail systems.

(d) Eligibility criteria for such grants shall include, but not be limited to: (1) A [local] match of twenty per cent, such match may be provided by municipal, federal, other state, nonprofit or private funds, in-kind services, and for applications [including] for trails in more than one municipality or applicant, the match requirement shall be ten per cent, (2) [municipal] responsibility for maintenance of such bikeways or other trails, (3) public input, and (4) for bikeways, designs that comply with the 1999 American Association of State Highway Transportation Official's "Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities". Such grant money may be used to match federal funds being used for the purposes listed in subsection (c) of this section.

(e) The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection may use not more than [two] five per cent of the total allocation for administrative purposes. [An advisory committee shall be established to] The Connecticut Greenways Council established under section 23-102 shall advise on the allocation of such funds. [Membership of such committee shall be comprised of trail users and advocates, who shall be determined by the commissioner.] The Department of Transportation shall, in accordance with the provisions of title 13a, work with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in furtherance of such program.

(f) All provisions of section 3-20, 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. 66. Subsection (a) of section 32-235 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [one billion two hundred fifteen million three hundred thousand] one billion four hundred fifteen million three hundred thousand dollars, provided (1) one hundred forty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2011, and twenty million dollars of said authorization shall be made available for small business development; [and] (2) two hundred eighty million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2012, and forty million dollars of said authorization shall be made available for the Small Business Express program established pursuant to section 32-7g and not more than twenty million dollars of said authorization may be made available for businesses that commit to relocating one hundred or more jobs that are outside of the United States to the state; and (3) one hundred million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2016. Any amount of said authorizations that are made available for small business development or businesses that commit to relocating one hundred or more jobs that are outside of the United States to the state, but are not exhausted for such purpose by the first day of the fiscal year subsequent to the fiscal year in which such amount was made available, shall be used for the purposes described in subsection (b) of this section. For purposes of this subsection, a "small business" is one employing not more than one hundred employees.

Sec. 67. Section 85 of public act 13-3, as amended by section 74 of public act 14-98, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [thirty-seven] forty-seven million dollars.

(b) The proceeds of the sale of said bonds, to the extent of the amount stated in subsection (a) of this section, shall be used by the Department of Education for the purpose of the school security infrastructure competitive grant program, established pursuant to section 84 of [this act] public act 13-3, as amended by section 15 of public act 13-122, section 191 of public act 13-247 and section 73 of public act 14-98.

(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. 68. Section 1 of special act 92-3 of the May special session, as amended by section 174 of special act 93-2 of the June special session, section 118 of public act 94-2 of the May special session, section 66 of special act 95-20, section 36 of public act 96-181, section 129 of special act 97-1 of the June 5 special session, section 32 of special act 98-9 and section 48 of special act 01-2 of the June special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of special act 92-3 of the May special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$321,385,563] $320,185,563.

Sec. 69. Subdivision (3) of subsection (g) of section 2 of special act 92-3 of the May special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Yantic River flood control project, Norwich and Franklin, not exceeding [$2,700,000] $1,500,000;

Sec. 70. Subsection (a) of section 3 of public act 96-250, as amended by section 15 of public act 04-1 of the May special session, section 13 of public act 05-5 of the June special session, section 53 of public act 07-7 of the June special session and section 59 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

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 [five] four million dollars.

Sec. 71. Section 20 of public act 99-242, as amended by section 47 of public act 00-167, section 61 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, section 83 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, section 119 of public act 07-7 of the June special session and section 75 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of public act 99-242, from time to time, to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$217,577,538] $216,461,738.

Sec. 72. Subdivision (3) of subsection (g) of section 21 of public act 99-242, as amended by section 113 of public act 07-6 of the June special session and section 120 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Design and installation of sprinkler systems, including related fire safety improvements, in direct patient care buildings, not exceeding [$3,500,000] $2,384,200.

Sec. 73. Section 1 of special act 01-2 of the June special session, as amended by section 5 of special act 01-1 of the November 15 special session, section 74 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, section 94 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, section 123 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, section 83 of public act 10-44 and section 83 of public act 11-57, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of special act 01-2 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$478,973,945] $478,379,654.

Sec. 74. Subdivision (2) of subsection (h) of section 2 of special act 01-2 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, including new construction, not exceeding [$10,000,000] $9,405,709.

Sec. 75. Section 16 of special act 01-2 of the June special session, as amended by section 91 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, section 103 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, section 126 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, section 92 of public act 10-44 and section 60 of public act 14-98, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 16 to 22, inclusive, of special act 01-2 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$152,970,112] $152,056,705.

Sec. 76. Subdivision (2) of subsection (d) of section 17 of special act 01-2 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Alterations, renovations, additions and improvements, including new construction in accordance with the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services master campus plan, not exceeding [$1,000,000] $886,593.

Sec. 77. Subdivision (2) of subsection (e) of section 17 of special act 01-2 of the June special session, as amended by section 96 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the American School for the Deaf: Alterations, renovations and improvements to buildings and grounds, including new construction, not exceeding [$5,000,000] $4,200,000.

Sec. 78. Section 27 of special act 01-2 of the June special session, as amended by section 102 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, section 95 of public act 10-44 and section 104 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 27 to 34, inclusive, of special act 01-2 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$64,358,000] $62,358,000.

Sec. 79. Subsection (e) of section 28 of special act 01-2 of the June special session, as amended by section 105 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session and section 98 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 80. Section 16 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, as amended by section 108 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, section 86 of special act 05-1 of the June special session and section 102 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 16 to 22, inclusive, of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$144,864,375] $129,864,375.

Sec. 81. Subsection (d) of section 17 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 82. Subdivision (1) of subsection (h) of section 17 of special act 02-1 of the May 9 special session, as amended by section 114 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Development of Criminal/Juvenile courthouse in New Haven, not exceeding [$15,000,000] $5,000,000 and necessary repairs to existing Judicial Branch facilities in New Haven, not exceeding $4,500,000.

Sec. 83. Section 1 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, as amended by section 91 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, section 130 of public act 07-7 of the June special session and section 106 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of special act 04-2 of the May special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$233,881,385] $232,381,385.

Sec. 84. Subdivision (1) of subsection (h) of section 2 of special act 04-2 of the May special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 85. Subdivision (5) of subsection (j) of section 2 of special act 04-2 of the May special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

At Capital Community Technical College: Campus expansion, not exceeding [$6,000,000] $5,500,000.

Sec. 86. Section 12 of special act 04-2 of the May special session, as amended by section 140 of public act 07-7 of the June special session and section 116 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of special act 04-2 of the May special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$33,347,057] $32,347,057.

Sec. 87. Subdivision (2) of subsection (h) of section 13 of special act 04-2 of the May special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 88. Section 1 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 152 of public act 07-7 of the June special session and section 121 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of special act 05-1 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$182,191,115] $177,191,115.

Sec. 89. Subdivision (1) of subsection (m) of section 2 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 90. Section 12 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 169 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, section 131 of public act 10-44 and section 106 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of special act 05-1 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$95,829,314] $92,951,514.

Sec. 91. Subdivision (5) of subsection (d) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 92. Subdivision (14) of subsection (d) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 93. Subdivision (16) of subsection (d) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 94. Subdivision (18) of subsection (d) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 95. Subdivision (27) of subsection (d) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 96. Subdivision (7) of subsection (e) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 97. Subdivision (8) of subsection (e) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 98. Subdivision (3) of subsection (i) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 177 of public act 07-7 of the June special session and section 144 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grants-in-aid to private, nonprofit organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, YMCAs, YWCAs and community centers, for construction and renovation of community youth centers for neighborhood recreation or education purposes, not exceeding [$3,700,000, provided (A) up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the Bridgeport Police Athletic League for the construction and renovation of a new gym and youth center, and (B) up to $750,000 shall be made available to the city of Bridgeport for the Burroughs Community Center] $3,612,200.

Sec. 99. Subdivision (18) of subsection (j) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 100. Subdivision (20) of subsection (j) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 101. Subdivision (21) of subsection (j) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 102. Subdivision (18) of subsection (m) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 103. Subdivision (20) of subsection (m) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 104. Subsection (o) of section 13 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 188 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(o) For the Department of Transportation: Grant-in-aid to the town of Middlefield, for [improvements to the Mattabeseck Bridge] bridges, roads and infrastructure, not exceeding $250,000.

Sec. 105. Section 31 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 202 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, section 168 of public act 10-44 and section 111 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of special act 05-1 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$151,025,737] $134,795,933.

Sec. 106. Subdivision (2) of subsection (b) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 107. Subdivision (3) of subsection (b) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 108. Subdivision (6) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 109. Subdivision (12) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 110. Subdivision (13) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 111. Subdivision (15) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(15) Grant-in-aid to the town of Thompson, for improvements to recreational facilities, not exceeding [$250,000] $17,400;

Sec. 112. Subdivision (25) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 86 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(25) Grant-in-aid to the town of Wallingford, for renovations to athletic fields at the town's public schools, not exceeding [$525,000] $250,000;

Sec. 113. Subdivision (37) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 114. Subdivision (39) of subsection (d) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 188 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the town of Bristol for rehabilitation and renovation of Rockwell Park, not exceeding [$3,000,000] $500,000;

Sec. 115. Subdivision (3) of subsection (e) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 116. Subdivision (4) of subsection (e) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 117. Subsection (f) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the Department of Mental Retardation: Grants-in-aid to private, nonprofit organizations for alterations and improvements to nonresidential facilities, not exceeding [$2,000,000] $55,400.

Sec. 118. Subdivision (1) of subsection (h) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grants-in-aid to public libraries for construction, renovations, expansions, energy conservation and handicapped accessibility, not exceeding [$3,500,000] $3,492,396.

Sec. 119. Subdivision (3) of subsection (h) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 120. Subdivision (4) of subsection (j) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 121. Subdivision (6) of subsection (j) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 122. Subdivision (14) of subsection (j) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 123. Subdivision (17) of subsection (j) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 124. Subdivision (22) of subsection (j) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 125. Subdivision (2) of subsection (m) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 126. Subdivision (3) of subsection (m) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 127. Subdivision (4) of subsection (m) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 204 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 128. Subdivision (5) of subsection (m) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 212 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 129. Subdivision (12) of subsection (m) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 130. Subdivision (13) of subsection (m) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 131. Subdivision (2) of subsection (n) of section 32 of special act 05-1 of the June special session, as amended by section 214 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 132. Subsection (a) of section 6 of public act 05-2 of the October 25 special session, as amended by section 2 of public act 07-242, section 210 of public act 10-44 and section 137 of public act 10-179, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

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 five million dollars per year until the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010. Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the proceeds of the sale of said bonds shall be deposited in the Energy Conservation Loan Fund established under section 16a-40a of the general statutes for the purposes of making and guaranteeing loans and deferred loans as provided in section 5 of public act 05-2 of the October 25 special session and section 1 of public act 07-242. All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes, or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby which are not inconsistent with the provisions of sections 16a-40 to 16a-40b, inclusive, of the general statutes, as amended by section 5 of public act 05-191, and this section are hereby adopted and shall apply to all bonds authorized by the State Bond Commission pursuant to said sections 16a-40 to 16a-40b, inclusive, and 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. Said bonds issued pursuant to said sections 16a-40 to 16a-40b, inclusive, and 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 Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 133. Section 1 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 211 of public act 10-44, section 86 of public act 11-57, section 18 of public act 12-189, section 115 of public act 13-239 and section 62 of public act 14-98, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of public act 07-7 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$324,559,611] $317,012,611.

Sec. 134. Subdivision (1) of subsection (n) of section 2 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Alterations, renovations and additions to Jenkins Laboratory, not exceeding [$1,300,000] $1,260,000.

Sec. 135. Subdivision (1) of subsection (r) of section 2 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 136. Subparagraph (B) of subdivision (2) of subsection (t) of section 2 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 137. Subdivision (2) of subsection (v) of section 2 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Development and construction of a self-contained secure treatment facility for juvenile girls, not exceeding [$5,000,000] $643,000.

Sec. 138. Subdivision (8) of subsection (w) of section 2 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 139. Section 12 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 233 of public act 10-44, section 143 of public act 10-179, section 98 of public act 13-3 and section 119 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 12 to 19, inclusive, of public act 07-7 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$189,156,941] $159,556,266.

Sec. 140. Subdivision (2) of subsection (b) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 141. Subdivision (7) of subsection (b) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 142. Subdivision (5) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(5) Grants-in-aid for [the Lakes Restoration Program] improvements at the facilities and property located at latitude 41.5720414 and longitude -73.0401073, not exceeding $487,805; [, provided (A) up to $87,805 shall be made available to Middlefield for Lake Beseck, and (B) up to $200,000 shall be made available to East Lyme for Pattagansett Lake;]

Sec. 143. Subdivision (8) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 243 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 144. Subdivision (9) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 145. Subdivision (11) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 146. Subdivision (12) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 147. Subdivision (21) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the town of Wolcott for retirement of debt associated with installation of a water line, not exceeding [$500,000] $400,000.

Sec. 148. Subdivision (29) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 149. Subdivision (30) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 347 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 150. Subdivision (35) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the city of Trumbull for open space and trail development at Great Oak Park, not exceeding [$50,000] $30,000.

Sec. 151. Subdivision (36) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 152. Subdivision (37) of subsection (d) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the town of Preston for demolition of the former Poquetanuck School, not exceeding [$250,000] $162,500.

Sec. 153. Subdivision (2) of subsection (e) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 254 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

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, not exceeding [$1,000,000] $750,000.

Sec. 154. Subdivision (8) of subsection (e) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 155. Subdivision (14) of subsection (e) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 261 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 156. Subdivision (24) of subsection (e) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 157. Subdivision (26) of subsection (e) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 158. Subdivision (27) of subsection (e) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 268 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 159. Subdivision (1) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 160. Subdivision (5) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 272 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 161. Subdivision (15) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 162. Subdivision (17) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 163. Subdivision (19) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 164. Subdivision (32) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 165. Subdivision (47) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the town of Farmington for completion of a portion of a trail in Rails to Trails, not exceeding [$65,000] $50,000.

Sec. 166. Subdivision (48) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 167. Subdivision (49) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 292 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 168. Subdivision (50) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 293 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 169. Subdivision (4) of subsection (g) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 170. Subdivision (6) of subsection (g) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 171. Subdivision (2) of subsection (i) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 172. Subdivision (10) of subsection (i) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 298 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 173. Subdivision (15) of subsection (i) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 302 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 174. Subdivision (18) of subsection (i) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 303 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 175. Subdivision (20) of subsection (i) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 176. Subdivision (4) of subsection (k) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 177. Section 20 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 314 of public act 10-44, section 21 of public act 12-189 and section 127 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of public act 07-7 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$236,624,591] $230,624,591.

Sec. 178. Subdivision (3) of subsection (o) of section 21 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 179. Section 31 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 318 of public act 10-44, section 144 of public act 10-179 and section 129 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of public act 07-7 of the June special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$90,117,075] $73,610,743.

Sec. 180. Subdivision (1) of subsection (b) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 181. Subdivision (3) of subsection (c) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 321 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 182. Subdivision (9) of subsection (d) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the town of Simsbury for open space acquisition and farmland preservation at Meadow Wood, not exceeding [$500,000] $50,000.

Sec. 183. Subdivision (10) of subsection (d) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 184. Subdivision (2) of subsection (e) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 325 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 185. Subdivision (5) of subsection (e) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 327 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 186. Subdivision (7) of subsection (e) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 187. Subdivision (1) of subsection (f) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 188. Subdivision (4) of subsection (f) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 331 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 189. Subdivision (7) of subsection (f) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 333 of public act 10-44, is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 190. Subdivision (1) of subsection (h) of section 32 of public act 07-7 of the June special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(1) Grant-in-aid to municipalities, regional school districts and regional education service centers for the costs of wiring school buildings, not exceeding [$2,000,000] $1,782,693;

Sec. 191. Subsection (a) of section 16-245bb of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(a) For the purposes described in subsection (b) of this section, the State Bond Commission shall have the power, from time to time, to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts not exceeding in the aggregate [eighteen] eight million dollars.

Sec. 192. Section 41 of public act 09-2 of the September special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 41 to 47, inclusive, of [this act] public act 09-2 of the September special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$70,628,578] $65,924,117.

Sec. 193. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (1) of subsection (e) of section 42 of public act 09-2 of the September special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Alterations, renovations and improvements to facilities including fire safety and energy conservation projects, code compliance and acquisition of property, not exceeding [$2,000,000] $1,891,295.

Sec. 194. Subdivision (8) of subsection (e) of section 42 of public act 09-2 of the September special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 195. Section 26 of public act 09-2 of the September special session, as amended by section 131 of public act 13-239, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 26 to 32, inclusive, of public act 09-2 of the September special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$24,510,606] $19,810,606.

Sec. 196. Subdivision (2) of subsection (f) of section 27 of public act 09-2 of the September special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 197. Section 33 of public act 09-2 of the September special session, as amended by section 343 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 33 to 40, inclusive, of public act 09-2 of the September special session, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$62,000,000] $60,000,000.

Sec. 198. Subsection (e) of section 34 of public act 09-2 of the September special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 199. Subsection (a) of section 49 of public act 11-1 of the October special session is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(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 [ten] five million dollars. [, provided five million dollars of said allocation shall be effective July 1, 2012.]

Sec. 200. Section 31 of public act 11-57 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 31 to 38, inclusive, of [this act] public act 11-57, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$89,000,000] $84,000,000.

Sec. 201. Subdivision (1) of subsection (a) of section 32 of public act 11-57 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(1) Grants-in-aid for containment, removal or mitigation of identified hazardous waste disposal sites, not exceeding [$10,000,000] $5,000,000;

Sec. 202. Section 1 of public act 11-57, as amended by section 92 of public act 13-239 and section 68 of public act 14-98, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 1 to 7, inclusive, of public act 11-57, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$239,146,556] $236,975,391.

Sec. 203. Subdivision (2) of subsection (g) of section 2 of public act 11-57 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 204. Subparagraph (A) of subdivision (1) of subsection (m) of section 2 of public act 11-57 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Alterations, renovations and improvements to facilities including fire, safety, energy conservation and code compliance improvements, not exceeding [$4,000,000] $3,957,340.

Sec. 205. Subdivision (2) of subsection (o) of section 2 of public act 11-57 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 206. Subsection (q) of section 2 of public act 11-57 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the Agricultural Experiment Station: Renovations and construction at the Jenkins Building, not exceeding [$3,500,000] $3,371,495.

Sec. 207. Section 20 of public act 11-57, as amended by section 24 of public act 12-189 and section 69 of public act 14-98, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 20 to 26, inclusive, of public act 11-57, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$370,815,135] $369,815,135.

Sec. 208. Subdivision (2) of subsection (n) of section 21 of public act 11-57 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 209. Subsection (a) of section 75 of public act 11-57 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

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 [twenty] ten million dollars. [, provided ten million dollars of said authorization shall be effective July 1, 2012.]

Sec. 210. Section 28 of public act 11-1 of the October special session is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 211. Section 8 of public act 12-189 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of sections 8 to 15, inclusive, of [this act] public act 12-189, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$199,683,500] $179,683,500.

Sec. 212. Subdivision (3) of subsection (c) of section 9 of public act 12-189 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority for the purposes of sections 8-265cc to 8-265kk, inclusive, of the general statutes, not exceeding [$60,000,000] $40,000,000.

Sec. 213. Section 95 of public act 13-184 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 214. Section 1 of public act 13-239 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 2 to 7, inclusive, of [this act] public act 13-239, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$316,120,522] $307,268,513.

Sec. 215. Subdivision (1) of subsection (d) of section 2 of public act 13-239 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Design, construction and equipment for a consolidated communications center at the headquarters building in Middletown, not exceeding [$4,000,000] $165,000.

Sec. 216. Subdivision (3) of subsection (g) of section 2 of public act 13-239 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(3) Recreation and Natural Heritage Trust Program for recreation, open space, resource protection and resource management, not exceeding [$10,000,000] $5,000,000.

Sec. 217. Subparagraph (C) of subdivision (1) of subsection (l) of section 2 of public act 13-239 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Alterations, renovations and improvements to facilities including fire, safety, energy conservation, code compliance and acquisition of property, not exceeding [$2,000,000] $1,982,991.

Sec. 218. Section 31 of public act 13-239, as amended by section 86 of public act 14-98, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 32 to 38, inclusive, of public act 13-239, from time to time to authorize the issuance of bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$234,900,000] $214,900,000.

Sec. 219. Subdivision (5) of subsection (c) of section 32 of public act 13-239 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(5) For a program to establish energy microgrids to support critical municipal infrastructure, not exceeding [$15,000,000] $5,000,000.

Sec. 220. Subdivision (1) of subsection (d) of section 32 of public act 13-239 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 221. Section 16 of public act 14-98 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 17 to 21, inclusive, of [this act] public act 14-98, from time to time to authorize the issuance of special tax obligation bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding [$28,400,000] $25,400,000.

Sec. 222. Subsection (d) of section 17 of public act 14-98 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

Sec. 223. (NEW) (Effective July 1, 2016) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall administer a regional dog pound grant program to provide grants-in-aid to any city or town that participates in a regional dog pound established in accordance with section 7-148cc of the general statutes. Such grant-in-aid may be in an amount up to fifty per cent of the amount such city or town has contributed toward the provision, construction, maintenance or improvement of suitable buildings for the operation of the regional dog pound during the relevant fiscal year. Such city or town shall apply for such grant-in-aid at such time and in such manner as the secretary may prescribe.

Sec. 224. (Effective July 1, 2016) (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 twenty million dollars.

(b) The proceeds of the sale of such bonds, to the extent of the amount stated in subsection (a) of this section, shall be used by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management for the purpose of providing grants-in-aid pursuant to section 223 of this act.

(c) All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes, or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby, that 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. Temporary notes in anticipation of the moneys to be derived from the sale of any such bonds so authorized may be issued in accordance with section 3-20 of the general statutes 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 such 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 that 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. Such 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 such bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of such bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 225. (Effective July 1, 2015) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, the Commissioner of Transportation shall administer, within available resources, a pot hole repair assistance program to provide grants-in-aid to cities and towns for excess costs for repair or reconstruction of highways and bridges, including, but not limited to, the repair of pot holes, related to damage caused by winter storms or cold temperatures. Such excess costs shall be determined by calculating the average of the costs for repair and reconstruction of highways and bridges, including, but not limited to, the repair of pot holes, during the months of November to April, inclusive, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2012, June 30, 2013, and June 30, 2014, and subtracting such average amount from the costs for such repair incurred during the months of November to April, inclusive, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.

Sec. 226. (Effective July 1, 2015) (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 five million dollars.

(b) The proceeds of the sale of such bonds, to the extent of the amount stated in subsection (a) of this section, shall be used by the Department of Transportation for the purpose of providing grants-in-aid to cities and towns pursuant to the pot hole repair assistance program established in section 225 of this act.

(c) All provisions of section 3-20 of the general statutes, or the exercise of any right or power granted thereby, that 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. 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 section 3-20 of the general statutes 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 such 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 that 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. Such 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 such bonds as the same become due, and accordingly and as part of the contract of the state with the holders of such bonds, appropriation of all amounts necessary for punctual payment of such principal and interest is hereby made, and the State Treasurer shall pay such principal and interest as the same become due.

Sec. 227. Subdivision (22) of subsection (f) of section 13 of public act 07-7 of the June special session, as amended by section 277 of public act 10-44, is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

Grant-in-aid to the city of Meriden for the West Main Street streetscape project from Cook Avenue to Amtrak railroad tracks, not exceeding $2,000,000.

Sec. 228. Subsection (g) of section 16-245mm of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective July 1, 2015):

(g) Notwithstanding any other provision contained in this section, the aggregate amount of bonds secured by such special capital reserve fund authorized to be created and established by this section shall not exceed [fifty] one hundred million dollars.

Sec. 229. Subsection (i) of section 9 of public act 14-98 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the Department of Rehabilitation Services: Grants-in-aid for programs to provide home modifications and assistive technology devices related to aging in place, which programs may be run by a nonprofit organization with which the Department of Rehabilitation Services contracts, not exceeding $6,000,000.

Sec. 230. Subsection (d) of section 9 of public act 12-189 is amended to read as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

For the Department of Public Health: 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 or buildings, not exceeding $30,000,000, provided 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.]

Sec. 231. Section 10a-109e of the general statutes is amended by adding subsection (g) as follows (Effective July 1, 2015):

(NEW) (g) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (d) of this section, within the authorized funding amount, the university may revise, delete or add a particular project or projects to finance implementation of an electronic medical records system at The University of Connecticut Health Center, provided a formal approving vote of its board of trustees shall be needed. University actions under this subsection shall be included in reports to the General Assembly at the time and in the manner set forth in subsection (c) of section 10a-109x.

Sec. 232. (Effective July 1, 2015) The State Bond Commission shall have power, in accordance with the provisions of this section and sections 233 to 237, inclusive, of this act, to authorize the issuance of special tax obligation bonds of the state in one or more series and in principal amounts in the aggregate, not exceeding $2,802,550,000, provided: (1) $274,850,000 shall be effective July 1, 2015, (2) $520,200,000 shall be effective July 1, 2016, (3) $551,700,000 shall be effective July 1, 2017, (4) $749,800,000 shall be effective July 1, 2018, and (5) $706,000,000 shall be effective July 1, 2019.

Sec. 233. (Effective July 1, 2015) The proceeds of the sale of bonds described in sections 232 to 237, inclusive, of this act, to the extent hereinafter stated, shall be used for the purpose of payment of the transportation costs, as defined in subdivision (6) of section 13b-75 of the general statutes, with respect to the projects and uses hereinafter described, which projects and uses are hereby found and determined to be in furtherance of one or more of the authorized purposes for the issuance of special tax obligation bonds set forth in section 13b-74 of the general statutes. For the Department of Transportation:

(a) For the Bureau of Engineering and Highway Operations:

(1) Design and engineering for Interstate 84 widening between exits 3 and 8;

(2) Design and engineering for Interstate 84 viaduct replacement in Hartford;

(3) Operational lanes for Interstate 84 interchanges 40 to 42 in West Hartford;

(4) Design and engineering for Interstate 84 and Route 8 interchange improvements in Waterbury;

(5) Design and engineering for Interstate 91, Interstate 691 and Route 15 interchange improvements;

(6) Design and engineering for Interstate 95 widening between Bridgeport and Stamford;

(7) Design and engineering, including rights-of-way for Interstate 95 widening between the Baldwin Bridge and the Gold Star Bridge;

(8) Relocation and reconfiguration for the Interstate 91 interchange 29 in Hartford;

(9) Rehabilitation and repair for the Interstate 95 Gold Star Bridge;

(10) Reconfiguration for Route 7 and Route 15 interchange in Norwalk;

(11) Design and engineering for Route 9 improvements in Middletown;

(12) Urban bikeway, pedestrian connectivity, trails and alternative mobility programs;

(13) Rehabilitation for Route 15 West Rock Tunnel and interchange 59; and

(14) Implementation of Innovative Bridge Delivery and Construction Program.

(b) For the Bureau of Public Transportation:

(1) Bus rolling stock for service expansions;

(2) State-wide rail rolling stock replacement program, including café cars on the New Haven Line;

(3) Continued expansion, rolling stock and development of stations on the Hartford Line;

(4) Extension of the CTfastrak bus rapid transit corridor east to Manchester;

(5) Implementation of a bus rapid transit corridor for Route 1 between Norwalk and Stamford;

(6) New signal system on the Waterbury branch line;

(7) Interim repairs to the SAGA moveable and Cos Cob bridges on the New Haven Line;

(8) Design, engineering and construction of a new dock yard on the Danbury branch line;

(9) Design and construction of the Orange, Barnum and Merritt 7 stations on the New Haven Line and Danbury branch line;

(10) Development of a Madison station and parking garage on Shoreline East;

(11) Study for an East Lyme (Niantic) station on Shoreline East;

(12) Design and construction of a parking deck and pedestrian bridge in New Haven on the New Haven Line;

(13) Design and construction of a pedestrian bridge in Stamford on the New Haven Line;

(14) Implementation of a real-time location and bus information system state wide;

(15) Implementation of a real-time audio and video system on the New Haven Line;

(16) Development of a plan to upgrade capacity and speed on the New Haven Line;

(17) Study for centralized paratransit service coordination state wide; and

(18) Improvements on New Canaan branch line to increase frequency and enhance service to and from main line, including siding, platform and improvements to the Springdale Station.

Sec. 234. (Effective July 1, 2015) None of the bonds described in sections 232 to 237, inclusive, of this act, shall be authorized except upon a finding by the State Bond Commission that there has been filed with it (1) a request for such authorization, which is signed by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management or by or on behalf of such state officer, department or agency and stating such terms and conditions as said commission, in its discretion, may require, and (2) any capital development impact statement and any human services facility colocation statement required to be filed with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management pursuant to section 4b-31 of the general statutes, any advisory report regarding the state conservation and development policies plan required pursuant to section 16a-31 of the general statutes, and any statement regarding farm land required pursuant to subsection (g) of section 3-20 of the general statutes and section 22-6 of the general statutes, provided the State Bond Commission may authorize said bonds without a finding that the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section have been filed with it if said commission authorizes the secretary of said commission to accept such reports and statements on its behalf. No funds derived from the sale of bonds authorized by said commission without a finding that the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section have been filed with it shall be allotted by the Governor for any project until the reports and statements required by subdivision (2) of this section, with respect to such project, have been filed with the secretary of said commission.

Sec. 235. (Effective July 1, 2015) For the purposes of sections 232 to 237, inclusive, of this act, each request filed, as provided in section 234 of this act, for an authorization of bonds shall identify the project for which the proceeds of the sale of such bonds are to be used and expended and, in addition to any terms and conditions required pursuant to said section 234, include the recommendation of the person signing such request as to the extent to which federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with any such project should be added to the state moneys available or becoming available from the proceeds of bonds and temporary notes issued in anticipation of the receipt of the proceeds of bonds. If the request includes a recommendation that some amount of such federal, private or other moneys should be added to such state moneys, then, if and to the extent directed by the State Bond Commission at the time of authorization of such bonds, such amount of such federal, private or other moneys then available or thereafter to be made available for costs in connection with such project shall be added to such state moneys.

Sec. 236. (Effective July 1, 2015) Any balance of proceeds of the sale of bonds authorized for the projects or purposes of section 233 of this act, in excess of the aggregate costs of all the projects so authorized, shall be used in the manner set forth in sections 13b-74 to 13b-77, inclusive, of the general statutes, and in the proceedings of the State Bond Commission respecting the issuance and sale of said bonds.

Sec. 237. (Effective July 1, 2015) Bonds issued pursuant to sections 232 to 237, inclusive, of this act shall be special obligations of the state and shall not be payable from or charged upon any funds other than revenues of the state pledged therefor in subsection (b) of section 13b-61 of the general statutes and section 13b-61a of the general statutes, or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor. Said bonds shall not be payable from or charged upon any funds other than such pledged revenues or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor, nor shall the state or any political subdivision thereof be subject to any liability thereon, except to the extent of such pledged revenues or such other receipts, funds or moneys as may be pledged therefor. Said bonds shall be issued under and in accordance with the provisions of sections 13b-74 to 13b-77, inclusive, of the general statutes.

Sec. 238. Section 1 of public act 15-190 is repealed. (Effective July 1, 2015)

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

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Sec. 3

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8-336n(a)

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from passage

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PA 07-7 of the June Sp. Sess., Sec. 32(d)

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PA 07-7 of the June Sp. Sess., Sec. 32(h)

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16-245bb(a)

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PA 09-2 of the September Sp. Sess., Sec. 41

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PA 09-2 of the September Sp. Sess., Sec. 42(e)

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PA 09-2 of the September Sp. Sess., Sec. 26

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PA 09-2 of the September Sp. Sess., Sec. 33

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PA 11-1 of the October Sp. Sess., Sec. 49(a)

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PA 11-57, Sec. 31

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

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PA 11-57, Sec. 2(q)

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PA 11-57, Sec. 20

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PA 11-57, Sec. 75(a)

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PA 12-189, Sec. 8

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

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PA 13-239, Sec. 1

Sec. 215

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

Sec. 216

July 1, 2015

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

Sec. 217

July 1, 2015

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

Sec. 218

July 1, 2015

PA 13-239, Sec. 31

Sec. 219

July 1, 2015

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

Sec. 220

July 1, 2015

Repealer section

Sec. 221

July 1, 2015

PA 14-98, Sec. 16

Sec. 222

July 1, 2015

Repealer section

Sec. 223

July 1, 2016

New section

Sec. 224

July 1, 2016

New section

Sec. 225

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 226

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 227

July 1, 2015

PA 07-7 of the June Sp. Sess., Sec. 13(f)

Sec. 228

July 1, 2015

16-245mm(g)

Sec. 229

July 1, 2015

PA 14-98, Sec. 9(i)

Sec. 230

July 1, 2015

PA 12-189, Sec. 9(d)

Sec. 231

July 1, 2015

10a-109e

Sec. 232

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 233

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 234

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 235

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 236

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 237

July 1, 2015

New section

Sec. 238

July 1, 2015

Repealer section