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Senate Study Bill 3303

SENATE FILE BY (PROPOSED COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS BILL BY CHAIRPERSON DVORSKY) Passed Senate, Date Passed House, Date Vote: Ayes Nays Vote: Ayes Nays Approved A BILL FOR 1 An Act relating to and making appropriations to state departments 2 and agencies from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund, the 3 endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund, the 4 tax=exempt bond proceeds restricted capital funds account, the 5 technology reinvestment fund, the FY 2009 tax=exempt bond 6 proceeds restricted capital funds account, the environment 7 first fund, and the FY 2009 prison bonding fund, and related 8 matters, and providing effective and retroactive applicability 9 date provisions. 10 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: 11 TLSB 5009SC 82 12 rh/mg/14 PAG LIN 1 1 DIVISION I 1 2 REBUILD IOWA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND 1 3 Section 1. There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa 1 4 infrastructure fund to the following departments and agencies 1 5 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 1 6 30, 2009, the following amounts, or so much thereof as is 1 7 necessary, to be used for the purposes designated: 1 8 1. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1 9 a. For routine maintenance of state buildings and 1 10 facilities, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, 1 11 paragraph "c": 1 12 .................................................. $ 3,000,000 1 13 b. For updating the capitol complex master plan, 1 14 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 1 15 .................................................. $ 250,000 1 16 c. To provide funding and related services for capitol 1 17 complex property acquisition, notwithstanding section 8.57, 1 18 subsection 6, paragraph "c": 1 19 .................................................. $ 1,000,000 1 20 d. For costs associated with developing the request for 1 21 proposals necessary for the procurement and implementation of 1 22 a human resources module associated with the integrated 1 23 information for Iowa system, notwithstanding section 8.57, 1 24 subsection 6, paragraph "c": 1 25 .................................................. $ 200,000 1 26 e. For the state's share of support in conjunction with 1 27 the city of Des Moines and local area businesses to provide a 1 28 free shuttle service to the citizens of Iowa visiting the 1 29 capitol complex that includes transportation between the 1 30 capitol complex and the downtown Des Moines area, 1 31 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 1 32 .................................................. $ 170,000 1 33 Details for the shuttle service, including the route to be 1 34 served, shall be determined pursuant to an agreement to be 1 35 entered into by the department with the Des Moines area 2 1 regional transit authority (DART) and any other participating 2 2 entities. 2 3 Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph, up 2 4 to $50,000 shall be used for an incentive program to encourage 2 5 state employees to utilize the free shuttle service. 2 6 f. For distribution to other governmental entities, 2 7 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 2 8 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 2 9 Moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall be 2 10 separately accounted for in a distribution account and shall 2 11 be distributed to other governmental entities based upon a 2 12 formula established by the department to pay for services 2 13 provided during the fiscal year to such other governmental 2 14 entities by the department associated with the integrated 2 15 information for Iowa system, notwithstanding section 8.57, 2 16 subsection 6, paragraph "c". Additionally, the department may 2 17 use any unexpended or unencumbered amount in the distribution 2 18 account for the purchase of an existing license for which the 2 19 state has made partial payment. Notwithstanding section 8.33, 2 20 any remaining balance in the distribution account as of June 2 21 30, 2009, shall not revert but shall remain available to be 2 22 used for additional operational expenses related to the 2 23 integrated information for Iowa system during the subsequent 2 24 fiscal year. 2 25 g. For a contract project manager for the Iowa veterans 2 26 home, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph 2 27 "c": 2 28 .................................................. $ 200,000 2 29 It is the intent of the general assembly that the Iowa 2 30 veterans home work with the project manager to proceed with 2 31 the master plan for the Iowa veterans home. The Iowa veterans 2 32 home shall submit a report to the general assembly on or 2 33 before December 31, 2008, detailing the progress of the work, 2 34 the amount of money spent, and the amount of federal funding 2 35 received. 3 1 2. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP 3 2 For allocation to the Iowa junior angus association in 3 3 connection with the 2008 national junior Gelbvieh heifer show, 3 4 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 3 5 .................................................. $ 10,000 3 6 3. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 3 7 a. For architecture and engineering costs associated with 3 8 the building projects at Fort Madison prison and Mitchellville 3 9 prison, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph 3 10 "c": 3 11 .................................................. $ 1,000,000 3 12 b. For project management costs associated with 3 13 construction projects at the department notwithstanding 3 14 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 3 15 .................................................. $ 500,000 3 16 c. For a study related to the fifth judicial district 3 17 department of correctional services, notwithstanding section 3 18 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 3 19 .................................................. $ 200,000 3 20 As a condition of receiving the appropriation in this 3 21 lettered paragraph, the department of corrections shall 3 22 collaborate with the fifth judicial district department of 3 23 correctional services, the fifth judicial district board of 3 24 directors, and providers within the local justice system to 3 25 study potential locations of residential facilities to add no 3 26 more than 170 beds. The study may address the infrastructure 3 27 needs of the district department. The department of 3 28 corrections and the fifth judicial district department of 3 29 correctional services shall comply with section 905.13. The 3 30 funds may be used to secure an option for the potential 3 31 purchase of land contingent upon state appropriations being 3 32 made for that specific purpose and architectural and 3 33 engineering fees. 3 34 4. DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS 3 35 a. For deposit into the Iowa great places program fund 4 1 created in section 303.3D for Iowa great places program 4 2 projects that meet the definition of "vertical infrastructure" 4 3 in section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 4 4 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 4 5 b. For historical site preservation grants to be used for 4 6 the restoration, preservation, and development of historic 4 7 sites: 4 8 .................................................. $ 1,000,000 4 9 In making grants pursuant to this lettered paragraph, the 4 10 department shall consider the existence and amount of other 4 11 funds available to an applicant for the designated project. A 4 12 grant awarded from moneys appropriated in this lettered 4 13 paragraph shall not exceed $100,000 per project. Not more 4 14 than two grants may be awarded in the same county. 4 15 c. For continuation of the project recommended by the Iowa 4 16 battle flag advisory committee to stabilize the condition of 4 17 the battle flag collection, notwithstanding section 8.57, 4 18 subsection 6, paragraph "c": 4 19 .................................................. $ 220,000 4 20 d. For repairs to the historic Kimball organ located in 4 21 Clermont, Iowa, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, 4 22 paragraph "c": 4 23 .................................................. $ 80,000 4 24 5. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 4 25 a. For accelerated career education program capital 4 26 projects at community colleges that are authorized under 4 27 chapter 260G and that meet the definition of "vertical 4 28 infrastructure" in section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 4 29 .................................................. $ 900,000 4 30 The moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall be 4 31 allocated equally among the community colleges in the state. 4 32 If any portion of the equal allocation to a community college 4 33 is not obligated or encumbered by April 1, 2009, the 4 34 unobligated and unencumbered portions shall be made available 4 35 by the department for use by other community colleges. 5 1 b. For infrastructure expenses to support the development 5 2 and expansion of targeted industry areas of advanced 5 3 manufacturing, bioscience, and information technology pursuant 5 4 to section 15.411, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, 5 5 paragraph "c": 5 6 .................................................. $ 900,000 5 7 c. For equal distribution to regional sports authority 5 8 districts certified by the department pursuant to section 5 9 15E.321: 5 10 .................................................. $ 500,000 5 11 d. For deposit into the workforce training and economic 5 12 development funds created for each community college in 5 13 section 260C.18A, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, 5 14 paragraph "c": 5 15 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 5 16 e. For deposit into the river enhancement community 5 17 attraction and tourism fund created in 2008 Iowa Acts, Senate 5 18 File 2430, if enacted: 5 19 .................................................. $ 10,000,000 5 20 f. For the construction of a multiuse community center in 5 21 Des Moines: 5 22 .................................................. $ 100,000 5 23 6. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 5 24 a. To provide resources for structural and technological 5 25 improvements to local libraries and for the enrich Iowa 5 26 program, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph 5 27 "c": 5 28 .................................................. $ 1,000,000 5 29 Of the amount of this appropriation, $50,000 shall be 5 30 allocated equally to each library service area. 5 31 b. For implementation of the provisions of chapter 280A, 5 32 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 5 33 .................................................. $ 250,000 5 34 7. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES 5 35 a. For the renovation and construction of certain nursing 6 1 facilities, consistent with the provisions of chapter 249K: 6 2 .................................................. $ 600,000 6 3 b. For a study of ways to enhance access to health 6 4 insurance by registered child development home providers in 6 5 accordance with this section, notwithstanding section 8.57, 6 6 subsection 6, paragraph "c": 6 7 .................................................. $ 50,000 6 8 The study shall be conducted jointly with the collective 6 9 bargaining organization representing registered child 6 10 development home providers and the organization shall match 6 11 the funding provided in this section. 6 12 c. For a grant to an existing national affiliated 6 13 volunteer eye organization who has an established program for 6 14 children and adults and that is solely dedicated to preserving 6 15 sight and preventing blindness through education, nationally 6 16 certified vision screening and training, community and patient 6 17 service programs, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, 6 18 paragraph "c": 6 19 .................................................. $ 130,000 6 20 d. For costs associated with the child care workgroup 6 21 established pursuant to this paragraph, notwithstanding 6 22 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 6 23 .................................................. $ 30,000 6 24 (1) (a) The state child care advisory council established 6 25 pursuant to section 237A.21 shall serve as a workgroup to 6 26 address implementation of the provisions of this lettered 6 27 paragraph and the issues identified in this lettered 6 28 paragraph. 6 29 (b) The workgroup shall submit a report to the governor 6 30 and general assembly with findings and recommendations on or 6 31 before December 15, 2008. In addition to addressing the other 6 32 issues listed in this lettered paragraph, the report shall 6 33 provide options for revising the regulatory system for 6 34 home=based child care providers. The options provided shall 6 35 include but are not limited to mandatory registration, 7 1 voluntary licensure, and mandatory licensure. 7 2 (c) The workgroup shall address the implementation issues 7 3 associated with a change in child care regulation to mandatory 7 4 registration or voluntary or mandatory licensure as described 7 5 in paragraph "b". The issues considered shall include but are 7 6 not limited to planning for the phase=in of and costs for 7 7 additional inspection visits of child development homes, 7 8 increased expenses for state child care assistance program 7 9 slots, revising state child care assistance program 7 10 reimbursement methodologies to reward quality, and other 7 11 implementation issues. 7 12 (2) (a) The workgroup shall cooperate with early 7 13 childhood stakeholders and the private sector in addressing 7 14 the many publicly supported programs and services directed to 7 15 early childhood and issues involved with redirecting the 7 16 programs and services to be part of a cohesive child care 7 17 system. 7 18 (b) The issues addressed shall include professional 7 19 development of workers, improving the workforce, ensuring 7 20 articulation between programs, meeting the needs of both 7 21 children and parents, enhancing community engagement to 7 22 support early childhood, and other efforts to address early 7 23 childhood needs with a coordinated system. 7 24 (3) In addition, the workgroup shall explore other issues, 7 25 including but not limited to all of the following: 7 26 (a) Using the internet to provide information to child 7 27 care providers, capacity for providers to register with the 7 28 department of human services via the internet, and training 7 29 information. 7 30 (b) Creating a database of all child care providers. 7 31 (c) Streamlining and coordinating inspections of 7 32 home=based child care providers. 7 33 (d) Providing health care insurance for providers and 7 34 their workers. 7 35 (e) Educating the public on the advantages of using a 8 1 registered child care provider. 8 2 (f) Developing possible sanctions for violations at child 8 3 care facilities other than closing the facilities. 8 4 (g) Requiring a state and federal fingerprint=based 8 5 criminal history record check for all licensed and registered 8 6 child care providers as well as unregistered child care home 8 7 providers. Recommendations made for purposes of this 8 8 subdivision shall include but are not limited to options for 8 9 the phasing in of required fingerprint=based checks and 8 10 addressing the frequency with which such checks should be 8 11 required. 8 12 (h) Providing additional opportunities and resources for 8 13 child care providers and instructing the Iowa state university 8 14 of science and technology cooperative extension service in 8 15 agriculture and home economics, child care resource and 8 16 referral agencies, and community colleges to expand continuing 8 17 education opportunities offered at times the providers are not 8 18 providing care. 8 19 (i) Implementing an electronic benefit transfer program to 8 20 pay for state child care assistance. 8 21 8. IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY 8 22 a. For grants for distribution for water quality 8 23 improvement projects for the wastewater treatment financial 8 24 assistance program pursuant to section 16.134: 8 25 .................................................. $ 3,000,000 8 26 b. For deposit into the housing trust fund created in 8 27 section 16.181: 8 28 .................................................. $ 3,000,000 8 29 9. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 8 30 a. For purposes of supporting a lowhead dam public hazard 8 31 improvement program, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 8 32 6, paragraph "c": 8 33 .................................................. $ 1,000,000 8 34 The department shall award grants to dam owners including 8 35 counties, cities, state agencies, cooperatives, and 9 1 individuals, to support projects approved by the department. 9 2 The department shall require each dam owner applying for a 9 3 project grant to submit a project plan for the expenditure of 9 4 the moneys, and file a report with the department regarding 9 5 the project, as required by the department. 9 6 The funds can be used for signs, posts, and related 9 7 cabling, and the department shall only award money on a 9 8 matching basis, pursuant to the dam owner contributing at 9 9 least 20 cents for every 80 cents awarded by the department, 9 10 in order to finance the project. For the remainder of the 9 11 funds, including any balance of money not awarded for signs, 9 12 posts, and related cabling, the department shall only award 9 13 moneys to a dam owner on a matching basis. A dam owner shall 9 14 contribute one dollar for each dollar awarded by the 9 15 department in order to finance a project. 9 16 b. For lake dredging and related improvements including 9 17 ongoing dam maintenance and operation on a lake with public 9 18 access that has the support of a benefited lake district 9 19 located in a county with a population between 18,015 and 9 20 18,050 according to the 2005 population estimate issued by the 9 21 federal government, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 9 22 6, paragraph "c": 9 23 .................................................. $ 100,000 9 24 For a grant to a county with a population of more than 9 25 190,000 but less than 200,000, according to the 2005 estimate 9 26 issued by the United States bureau of the census, 9 27 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 9 28 .................................................. $ 150,000 9 29 The grant shall be used to conduct a study of the 9 30 feasibility of the use of plasma arc and other related energy 9 31 technology for disposal of solid waste while generating 9 32 energy. 9 33 10. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENSE 9 34 a. For upgrades to the Camp Dodge water distribution 9 35 system: 10 1 .................................................. $ 410,000 10 2 b. For major maintenance projects at national guard 10 3 armories and facilities: 10 4 .................................................. $ 1,500,000 10 5 c. For the renovation and modernization of the national 10 6 guard armory in Ottumwa: 10 7 .................................................. $ 500,000 10 8 d. For upgrades to the Camp Dodge electrical distribution 10 9 system: 10 10 .................................................. $ 526,000 10 11 e. For construction improvement projects at statewide 10 12 national guard armories: 10 13 .................................................. $ 1,800,000 10 14 11. STATE BOARD OF REGENTS 10 15 a. For allocation by the state board of regents to the 10 16 state university of Iowa, the Iowa state university of science 10 17 and technology, and the university of northern Iowa to 10 18 reimburse the institutions for deficiencies in their operating 10 19 funds resulting from the pledging of tuition, student fees and 10 20 charges, and institutional income to finance the cost of 10 21 providing academic and administrative buildings and facilities 10 22 and utility services at the institutions, notwithstanding 10 23 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 10 24 .................................................. $ 24,305,412 10 25 The state board of regents, the department of management, 10 26 and the legislative services agency shall cooperate and agree 10 27 upon, by November 15, 2008, the amount that needs to be 10 28 appropriated for tuition replacement for the fiscal year 10 29 beginning July 1, 2009. 10 30 b. For phase II of the construction and renovation of the 10 31 veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Iowa state university of 10 32 science and technology, specifically the renovation and 10 33 modernization of the area formerly occupied by the large 10 34 animal area of the teaching hospital for expanded clinical 10 35 services: 11 1 .................................................. $ 1,800,000 11 2 c. For the midwest grape and wine industry at Iowa state 11 3 university of science and technology, notwithstanding section 11 4 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 11 5 .................................................. $ 50,000 11 6 12. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 11 7 a. For acquiring, constructing, and improving recreational 11 8 trails within the state: 11 9 .................................................. $ 3,000,000 11 10 Moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph may be used 11 11 for purposes of building equestrian or snowmobile trails that 11 12 run parallel to a recreational trail. It is the intent of the 11 13 general assembly to promote multiple uses for trails funding 11 14 in this lettered paragraph and to maximize the number of trail 11 15 users. 11 16 Of the amounts appropriated in this lettered paragraph, the 11 17 following amounts shall be allocated as follows: 11 18 (1) For infrastructure improvements for a river water 11 19 trail located in a county with a population between 20,000 and 11 20 20,250: 11 21 .................................................. $ 100,000 11 22 (2) For developing and completing a recreational trail 11 23 beginning at the entrance of Stone state park and continuing 11 24 south for one and one=eighth miles along, but separate from, 11 25 state highway 12: 11 26 .................................................. $ 100,000 11 27 (3) To the area 15 regional planning commission for the 11 28 development of the American gothic regional trail project: 11 29 .................................................. $ 100,000 11 30 (4) For the development of the Principal riverwalk in 11 31 downtown Des Moines: 11 32 .................................................. $ 750,000 11 33 (5) For the development of the Summerset trail from 11 34 Indianola to Des Moines to Carlisle: 11 35 .................................................. $ 100,000 12 1 (6) For general infrastructure improvements for the 12 2 Crawford county trail: 12 3 .................................................. $ 30,000 12 4 b. For deposit into the railroad revolving loan and grant 12 5 fund created in section 327H.20A, notwithstanding section 12 6 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 12 7 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 12 8 c. For the construction of a depot and platform to 12 9 accommodate the future Amtrak service from Dubuque to Chicago: 12 10 .................................................. $ 300,000 12 11 d. For infrastructure improvements at general aviation 12 12 airports within the state: 12 13 .................................................. $ 750,000 12 14 13. TREASURER OF STATE 12 15 a. For county fair infrastructure improvements for 12 16 distribution in accordance with chapter 174 to qualified fairs 12 17 which belong to the association of Iowa fairs: 12 18 .................................................. $ 1,590,000 12 19 Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph, 12 20 $530,000 shall be deposited into the fairgrounds 12 21 infrastructure aid fund created pursuant to section 12.101, as 12 22 enacted in this Act, for fairgrounds infrastructure aid as 12 23 provided in section 12.102, as enacted in this Act. 12 24 b. For deposit in the watershed improvement fund created 12 25 in section 466A.2, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, 12 26 paragraph "c": 12 27 .................................................. $ 5,000,000 12 28 14. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 12 29 For transfer to the Iowa finance authority for the 12 30 continuation of the home ownership assistance program for 12 31 persons who are or were eligible members of the armed forces 12 32 of the United States, pursuant to section 16.54, as enacted by 12 33 2008 Iowa Acts, Senate File 2354, if enacted, notwithstanding 12 34 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 12 35 .................................................. $ 1,600,000 13 1 Of the funds transferred pursuant to this subsection, the 13 2 Iowa finance authority may retain not more than $20,000 for 13 3 administrative purposes. 13 4 Sec. 2. REVERSION. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys 13 5 appropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, in 13 6 this division of this Act that remain unencumbered or 13 7 unobligated at the close of the fiscal year shall not revert 13 8 but shall remain available for the purposes designated until 13 9 the close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2011, or 13 10 until the project for which the appropriation was made is 13 11 completed, whichever is earlier. 13 12 Sec. 3. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. There is 13 13 appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to the 13 14 department of economic development for the fiscal year 13 15 beginning July 1, 2007, and ending July 1, 2008, the following 13 16 amount, or so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the 13 17 purpose designated: 13 18 For the central Iowa expo for the design and development of 13 19 a long=term facility for an outdoor farm show: 13 20 .................................................. $ 250,000 13 21 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 13 22 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, and ending 13 23 June 30, 2008, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 13 24 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 13 25 available for the purposes designated until the close of the 13 26 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2010, or until the project for 13 27 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 13 28 earlier. 13 29 Sec. 4. STATE BOARD OF REGENTS. There is appropriated 13 30 from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to the state board 13 31 of regents for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and 13 32 ending June 30, 2010, the following amount, or so much thereof 13 33 as is necessary, to be used for the purposes designated: 13 34 For allocation by the state board of regents to the state 13 35 university of Iowa, the Iowa state university of science and 14 1 technology, and the university of northern Iowa to reimburse 14 2 the institutions for deficiencies in their operating funds 14 3 resulting from the pledging of tuition, student fees and 14 4 charges, and institutional income to finance the cost of 14 5 providing academic and administrative buildings and facilities 14 6 and utility services at the institutions, notwithstanding 14 7 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 14 8 .................................................. $ 24,305,412 14 9 The state board of regents, the department of management, 14 10 and the legislative services agency shall cooperate and agree 14 11 upon, by November 15, 2009, the amount that needs to be 14 12 appropriated for tuition replacement for the fiscal year 14 13 beginning July 1, 2010. 14 14 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 14 15 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending 14 16 June 30, 2010, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 14 17 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 14 18 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 14 19 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2012, or until the project for 14 20 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 14 21 earlier. 14 22 Sec. 5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENSE. There is 14 23 appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to the 14 24 department of public defense for the designated fiscal years 14 25 the following amounts, or so much thereof as is necessary, to 14 26 be used for the purpose designated: 14 27 For construction improvement projects at statewide national 14 28 guard armories: 14 29 FY 2009=2010...................................... $ 1,800,000 14 30 FY 2010=2011...................................... $ 1,800,000 14 31 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 14 32 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending 14 33 June 30, 2010, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 14 34 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 14 35 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 15 1 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2012, or until the project for 15 2 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 15 3 earlier. 15 4 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 15 5 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending 15 6 June 30, 2011, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 15 7 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 15 8 available for the propose designated until the close of the 15 9 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2013, or until the project for 15 10 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 15 11 earlier. 15 12 Sec. 6. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. There is appropriated 15 13 from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to the department of 15 14 corrections for the designated fiscal years the following 15 15 amounts, or so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for 15 16 the purposes designated: 15 17 For expansion of the Iowa correctional facility for women 15 18 at Mitchellville: 15 19 FY 2010=2011...................................... $ 11,700,000 15 20 FY 2011=2012...................................... $ 8,779,000 15 21 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 15 22 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending 15 23 June 30, 2011, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 15 24 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 15 25 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 15 26 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2013, or until the project for 15 27 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 15 28 earlier. 15 29 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 15 30 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011, and ending 15 31 June 30, 2012, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 15 32 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 15 33 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 15 34 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2014, or until the project for 15 35 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 16 1 earlier. 16 2 Sec. 7. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. There is 16 3 appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to the 16 4 department of economic development for the designated fiscal 16 5 years the following amounts, or so much thereof as is 16 6 necessary, to be used for the purposes designated: 16 7 For deposit into the river enhancement community attraction 16 8 and tourism fund created in 2008 Iowa Acts, Senate File 2430, 16 9 if enacted: 16 10 FY 2009=2010...................................... $ 10,000,000 16 11 FY 2010=2011...................................... $ 10,000,000 16 12 FY 2011=2012...................................... $ 10,000,000 16 13 FY 2012=2013...................................... $ 10,000,000 16 14 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 16 15 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending 16 16 June 30, 2010, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 16 17 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 16 18 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 16 19 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2012, or until the project for 16 20 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 16 21 earlier. 16 22 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 16 23 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending 16 24 June 30, 2011, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 16 25 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 16 26 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 16 27 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2013, or until the project for 16 28 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 16 29 earlier. 16 30 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 16 31 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011, and ending 16 32 June 30, 2012, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 16 33 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 16 34 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 16 35 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2014, or until the project for 17 1 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 17 2 earlier. 17 3 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 17 4 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and ending 17 5 June 30, 2013, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 17 6 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 17 7 available for the purpose designated until the close of the 17 8 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2015, or until the project for 17 9 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 17 10 earlier. 17 11 Sec. 8. The section of this division of this Act making an 17 12 appropriation to the department of economic development for a 17 13 central Iowa expo for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, 17 14 being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon 17 15 enactment. 17 16 DIVISION II 17 17 ENDOWMENT FOR IOWA'S HEALTH RESTRICTED 17 18 CAPITALS FUND 17 19 Sec. 9. There is appropriated from the endowment for 17 20 Iowa's health restricted capitals fund to the following 17 21 departments and agencies for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 17 22 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, the following amounts, or so 17 23 much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes 17 24 designated: 17 25 1. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 17 26 a. For the installation of preheat piping in the Lucas 17 27 state office building: 17 28 .................................................. $ 300,000 17 29 b. For costs associated with the capitol complex 17 30 alternative energy system: 17 31 .................................................. $ 200,000 17 32 2. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 33 For accelerated career education program capital projects 17 34 at community colleges that are authorized under chapter 260G 17 35 and that meet the definition of "vertical infrastructure" in 18 1 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c": 18 2 .................................................. $ 4,600,000 18 3 Sec. 10. TAX=EXEMPT STATUS == USE OF APPROPRIATIONS. 18 4 Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this division of 18 5 this Act shall be made in a manner that does not adversely 18 6 affect the tax=exempt status of any outstanding bonds issued 18 7 by the tobacco settlement authority. 18 8 Sec. 11. REVERSION. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys 18 9 appropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and 18 10 ending June 30, 2009, in this division of this Act that remain 18 11 unencumbered or unobligated at the close of the fiscal year 18 12 shall not revert but shall remain available for the purposes 18 13 designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July 18 14 1, 2011, or until the project for which the appropriation was 18 15 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 18 16 DIVISION III 18 17 TAX=EXEMPT BOND PROCEEDS RESTRICTED 18 18 CAPITAL FUNDS ACCOUNT 18 19 Sec. 12. There is appropriated from the tax=exempt bond 18 20 proceeds restricted capital funds account of the tobacco 18 21 settlement trust fund to the following departments and 18 22 agencies for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and 18 23 ending June 30, 2009, the following amounts, or so much 18 24 thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes 18 25 designated: 18 26 1. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 18 27 For costs associated with the restoration and renovation, 18 28 including major repairs and major maintenance, at the 18 29 governor's mansion at Terrace Hill: 18 30 .................................................. $ 186,457 18 31 2. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 18 32 For the construction of the cabins, activity building, 18 33 picnic shelters, and other costs associated with the opening 18 34 of the Honey creek premier destination park: 18 35 .................................................. $ 3,100,000 19 1 The department shall not obligate any funding under this 19 2 appropriation without approval from the department of 19 3 management. The department shall give quarterly updates to 19 4 the Honey creek premier destination park authority and the 19 5 legislative services agency on the obligation and spending of 19 6 this appropriation. 19 7 In light of this appropriation, the department shall not 19 8 request additional state capital funding for the Honey creek 19 9 destination park. It is the intent of the general assembly to 19 10 cease providing state assistance for purposes of the Honey 19 11 creek premier destination park upon the conclusion of the 19 12 fiscal year ending June 30, 2009. 19 13 Sec. 13. TAX=EXEMPT STATUS == USE OF APPROPRIATIONS. 19 14 Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this division of 19 15 this Act shall be made in a manner that does not adversely 19 16 affect the tax=exempt status of any outstanding bonds issued 19 17 by the tobacco settlement authority. 19 18 Sec. 14. REVERSION. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys 19 19 appropriated in this division of this Act for the fiscal year 19 20 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, shall not 19 21 revert at the close of the fiscal year for which they are 19 22 appropriated but shall remain available for the purposes 19 23 designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July 19 24 1, 2011, or until the project for which the appropriation was 19 25 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 19 26 DIVISION IV 19 27 TECHNOLOGY REINVESTMENT FUND 19 28 Sec. 15. There is appropriated from the technology 19 29 reinvestment fund created in section 8.57C to the following 19 30 departments and agencies for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 19 31 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, the following amounts, or so 19 32 much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes 19 33 designated: 19 34 1. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 19 35 For technology improvement projects: 20 1 .................................................. $ 3,980,255 20 2 2. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 20 3 For costs associated with the Iowa corrections offender 20 4 network data system: 20 5 .................................................. $ 500,000 20 6 3. DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS 20 7 For providing a grant to the Grout museum district at the 20 8 Sullivan brothers veterans museum for costs associated with 20 9 the oral history exhibit including but not limited to exhibit 20 10 information technology, computer connectivity, and interactive 20 11 display technologies: 20 12 .................................................. $ 500,000 20 13 4. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 20 14 a. For maintenance and lease costs associated with 20 15 connections for Part III of the Iowa communications network: 20 16 .................................................. $ 2,727,000 20 17 b. To the public broadcasting division for the purchase 20 18 and installation of generators at transmitter sites: 20 19 .................................................. $ 1,602,437 20 20 c. To the public broadcasting division for the replacement 20 21 and digital conversion of the Keosauqua translator: 20 22 .................................................. $ 701,500 20 23 d. For the implementation of an educational data warehouse 20 24 that will be utilized by teachers, parents, school district 20 25 administrators, area education agency staff, department of 20 26 education staff, and policymakers: 20 27 .................................................. $ 600,000 20 28 e. For continuation of the skills Iowa technology grant 20 29 program in accordance with this lettered paragraph: 20 30 .................................................. $ 500,000 20 31 The amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall be 20 32 used to continue the skills Iowa technology grant program, 20 33 previously known as the follow=the=leader technology grant 20 34 program. The purpose of the program is to provide assessment 20 35 and remediation tools to classrooms, to enhance teachers' 21 1 ability to easily assess the skill levels of individual 21 2 students and prescribe individualized instruction plans based 21 3 on those assessments, and provide for professional development 21 4 of teachers. The department shall contract with a 21 5 not=for=profit entity with at least two years experience with 21 6 the skills Iowa technology grant program and in providing 21 7 technical assistance to schools in Iowa. The goals for the 21 8 contractor shall include minimizing disruption in the use of 21 9 skills Iowa in schools. Any departmental administrative 21 10 expenses associated with this appropriation shall not exceed 21 11 $50,000. 21 12 5. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS 21 13 For the cost of equipment and computer software for the 21 14 implementation of Iowa's criminal justice information system: 21 15 .................................................. $ 1,839,852 21 16 6. IOWA TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY COMMISSION 21 17 a. For replacement of equipment for the Iowa 21 18 communications network: 21 19 .................................................. $ 2,190,123 21 20 The commission may continue to enter into contracts 21 21 pursuant to section 8D.13 for the replacement of equipment and 21 22 for operations and maintenance costs of the network. 21 23 In addition to funds appropriated under this lettered 21 24 paragraph, the commission may use a financing agreement 21 25 entered into by the treasurer of state in accordance with 21 26 section 12.28 for the replacement of equipment for the 21 27 network. For purposes of this lettered paragraph, the 21 28 treasurer of state is not subject to the maximum principal 21 29 limitation contained in section 12.28, subsection 6. 21 30 Repayment of any amounts financed shall be made from receipts 21 31 associated with fees charged for use of the network. 21 32 b. For addition of network redundancy for continuity of 21 33 operations for the capitol complex: 21 34 .................................................. $ 1,800,000 21 35 7. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 22 1 For continuation of payments on the lease of the automated 22 2 fingerprint identification system: 22 3 .................................................. $ 560,000 22 4 Sec. 16. REVERSION. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys 22 5 appropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and 22 6 ending June 30, 2009, in this division of this Act that remain 22 7 unencumbered or unobligated at the close of the fiscal year 22 8 shall not revert but shall remain available for the purposes 22 9 designated until the close of the fiscal year beginning July 22 10 1, 2011, or until the project for which the appropriation was 22 11 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 22 12 Sec. 17. There is appropriated from the technology 22 13 reinvestment fund created in section 8.57C to the department 22 14 of cultural affairs for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 22 15 2009, and ending July 1, 2010, the following amount, or so 22 16 much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purpose 22 17 designated: 22 18 For providing a grant to the Grout museum district at the 22 19 Sullivan brothers veterans museum for costs associated with 22 20 the oral history exhibit: 22 21 .................................................. $ 486,250 22 22 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 22 23 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending 22 24 June 30, 2010, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 22 25 year for which they are appropriated but shall remain 22 26 available for the purposes designated until the close of the 22 27 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2012, or until the project for 22 28 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 22 29 earlier. 22 30 DIVISION V 22 31 FY 2009 TAX=EXEMPT BOND PROCEEDS 22 32 RESTRICTED CAPITAL FUNDS ACCOUNT 22 33 Sec. 18. There is appropriated from the FY 2009 tax=exempt 22 34 bond proceeds restricted capital funds account of the tobacco 22 35 settlement trust fund pursuant to section 12E.12, subsection 23 1 1, paragraph "b", subparagraph (1A), as enacted in this Act, 23 2 to the following departments and agencies for the fiscal year 23 3 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, the 23 4 following amounts, or so much thereof as is necessary, to be 23 5 used for the purposes designated: 23 6 1. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 23 7 a. For planning, design, and construction of a new state 23 8 office building of sufficient size to house the offices of the 23 9 statewide elected officials, excluding the governor and the 23 10 lieutenant governor, including costs associated with the 23 11 furnishing of the building: 23 12 .................................................. $ 20,000,000 23 13 The location, design, plans and specifications, 23 14 construction and ultimate use of the new state office building 23 15 to house the offices of the statewide elected officials, 23 16 excluding the governor and lieutenant governor, shall be 23 17 determined by the executive council. For this office 23 18 building, the department of administrative services shall 23 19 perform the duties assigned in section 8A.302, subsection 4, 23 20 at the direction of and as determined by the executive 23 21 council. 23 22 b. For renovations to the capitol complex utility tunnel 23 23 system: 23 24 .................................................. $ 4,763,078 23 25 c. For costs associated with capitol interior and exterior 23 26 restoration: 23 27 .................................................. $ 6,900,000 23 28 d. For upgrades to the electrical distribution system 23 29 serving the capitol complex: 23 30 .................................................. $ 4,470,000 23 31 e. For heating, ventilating, and air conditioning 23 32 improvements in the Hoover state office building: 23 33 .................................................. $ 1,500,000 23 34 f. For costs associated with the central energy plant 23 35 addition and improvements: 24 1 .................................................. $ 623,000 24 2 g. For building security and firewall protection in the 24 3 Hoover state office building: 24 4 .................................................. $ 165,000 24 5 h. For projects related to major repairs and major 24 6 maintenance for state buildings and facilities under the 24 7 purview of the department: 24 8 .................................................. $ 15,000,000 24 9 Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph, up 24 10 to $1,000,000 may be used for demolition purposes. 24 11 i. For the purchase of Mercy capitol hospital: 24 12 .................................................. $ 3,400,000 24 13 It is the intent of the general assembly that the 24 14 department will use other appropriations made or other funds 24 15 available to the department for the acquisition of buildings 24 16 to complete the purchase of this building. 24 17 j. For capital improvements at the civil commitment unit 24 18 for a sexual offenders facility at Cherokee: 24 19 .................................................. $ 829,000 24 20 k. For costs associated with the restoration and 24 21 renovation, including major repairs and major maintenance, at 24 22 the governor's mansion at Terrace Hill: 24 23 .................................................. $ 769,543 24 24 2. DEPARTMENT FOR THE BLIND 24 25 For costs associated with the renovation of dormitory 24 26 buildings: 24 27 .................................................. $ 869,748 24 28 3. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 24 29 a. For expansion of the community=based corrections 24 30 facility at Sioux City: 24 31 .................................................. $ 5,300,000 24 32 b. For expansion of the community=based corrections 24 33 facility at Ottumwa: 24 34 .................................................. $ 4,100,000 24 35 c. For expansion of the community=based corrections 25 1 facility at Waterloo: 25 2 .................................................. $ 6,000,000 25 3 It is the intent of the general assembly that the funds 25 4 appropriated in this lettered paragraph be used for the 25 5 expansion of this facility and not for the replacement or 25 6 relocation of existing facilities. 25 7 d. For expansion of the Iowa correctional facility for 25 8 women at Mitchellville: 25 9 .................................................. $ 47,500,000 25 10 e. For the remodeling of kitchens at the correctional 25 11 facilities at Mount Pleasant and Rockwell City: 25 12 .................................................. $ 12,500,000 25 13 4. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 25 14 For major renovation and major repair needs, including 25 15 health, life, and fire safety needs, and for compliance with 25 16 the federal Americans With Disabilities Act, for state 25 17 buildings and facilities under the purview of the community 25 18 colleges: 25 19 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 25 20 The moneys appropriated in this subsection shall be 25 21 allocated to the community colleges based upon the 25 22 distribution formula established in section 260C.18C. 25 23 5. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 25 24 a. For infrastructure improvements for a state river 25 25 recreation area located in a county with a population between 25 26 21,900 and 22,100: 25 27 .................................................. $ 750,000 25 28 b. For the construction and installation of an angled 25 29 well, pumps, and piping to connect the existing infrastructure 25 30 from the new well to a lake located in a county with a 25 31 population between 87,500 and 88,000: 25 32 .................................................. $ 500,000 25 33 Moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph are 25 34 contingent upon receipt of matching funds from a state taxing 25 35 authority surrounding such lake. 26 1 c. For the construction of the cabins, activity building, 26 2 picnic shelters, and other costs associated with the opening 26 3 of the Honey creek premier destination park: 26 4 .................................................. $ 4,900,000 26 5 The department shall not obligate any funding under this 26 6 appropriation without approval from the department of 26 7 management. The department shall provide quarterly updates to 26 8 the Honey creek premier destination park authority and the 26 9 legislative services agency on the obligation and spending of 26 10 this appropriation. 26 11 In light of this appropriation, the department shall not 26 12 request additional state capital funding for the Honey creek 26 13 destination park. It is the intent of the general assembly to 26 14 cease providing state assistance for purposes of the Honey 26 15 creek destination park at the conclusion of the fiscal year 26 16 ending June 30, 2009. 26 17 d. For implementation of lake projects that have 26 18 established watershed improvement initiatives and community 26 19 support in accordance with the department's annual lake 26 20 restoration plan and report, notwithstanding section 8.57, 26 21 subsection 6, paragraph "c": 26 22 .................................................. $ 8,600,000 26 23 (1) It is the intent of the general assembly that the 26 24 department of natural resources shall implement the lake 26 25 restoration annual report and plan submitted to the joint 26 26 appropriations subcommittee on transportation, infrastructure, 26 27 and capitals and the legislative services agency on December 26 28 26, 2006, pursuant to section 456A.33B. The lake restoration 26 29 projects that are recommended by the department to receive 26 30 funding for fiscal year 2007=2008 and that satisfy the 26 31 criteria in section 456A.33B, including local commitment of 26 32 funding for the projects, shall be funded in the amounts 26 33 provided in the report. 26 34 Of the amounts appropriated in this lettered paragraph, at 26 35 least the following amounts shall be allocated as follows: 27 1 (a) For clear lake in Cerro Gordo county: 27 2 .................................................. $ 3,000,000 27 3 (b) For storm lake in Buena Vista county: 27 4 .................................................. $ 1,000,000 27 5 (c) For carter lake in Pottawattamie county: 27 6 .................................................. $ 200,000 27 7 (2) Of the moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph, 27 8 $200,000 shall be used for the purposes of supporting a low 27 9 head dam public hazard improvement program. The moneys shall 27 10 be used to provide grants to local communities, including 27 11 counties and cities, for projects approved by the department. 27 12 (a) The department shall award grants to dam owners 27 13 including counties, cities, state agencies, cooperatives, and 27 14 individuals, to support projects approved by the department. 27 15 (b) The department shall require each dam owner applying 27 16 for a project grant to submit a project plan for the 27 17 expenditure of the moneys, and file a report with the 27 18 department regarding the project, as required by the 27 19 department. 27 20 (c) The funds can be used for signs, posts, and related 27 21 cabling, and the department shall only award money on a 27 22 matching basis, pursuant to the dam owner contributing at 27 23 least 20 cents for every 80 cents awarded by the department, 27 24 in order to finance the project. For the remainder of the 27 25 funds, including any balance of money not awarded for signs, 27 26 posts, and related cabling, the department shall only award 27 27 moneys to a dam owner on a matching basis. A dam owner shall 27 28 contribute one dollar for each dollar awarded by the 27 29 department in order to finance a project. 27 30 6. STATE BOARD OF REGENTS 27 31 For infrastructure, deferred maintenance, and equipment 27 32 related to Iowa public radio: 27 33 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 27 34 7. IOWA STATE FAIR 27 35 For infrastructure improvements to the Iowa state 28 1 fairgrounds including but not limited to the construction of 28 2 an agricultural exhibition center on the Iowa state 28 3 fairgrounds: 28 4 .................................................. $ 5,000,000 28 5 8. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 28 6 a. For deposit into the public transit infrastructure 28 7 grant fund created in section 324A.6A: 28 8 .................................................. $ 2,200,000 28 9 b. For infrastructure improvements at the commercial 28 10 service airports within the state: 28 11 .................................................. $ 1,500,000 28 12 Fifty percent of the funds appropriated in this lettered 28 13 paragraph shall be allocated equally between each commercial 28 14 air service airport, forty percent of the funds shall be 28 15 allocated based on the percentage that the number of enplaned 28 16 passengers at each commercial air service airport bears to the 28 17 total number of enplaned passengers in the state during the 28 18 previous fiscal year, and ten percent of the funds shall be 28 19 allocated based on the percentage that the air cargo tonnage 28 20 at each commercial air service airport bears to the total air 28 21 cargo tonnage in the state during the previous fiscal year. 28 22 In order for a commercial air service airport to receive 28 23 funding under this lettered paragraph, the airport shall be 28 24 required to submit applications for funding of specific 28 25 projects to the department for approval by the state 28 26 transportation commission. 28 27 8. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS 28 28 a. For matching funds for the construction of resident 28 29 living areas at the Iowa veterans home and related 28 30 improvements associated with the Iowa veterans home 28 31 comprehensive plan: 28 32 .................................................. $ 20,555,329 28 33 b. To build a memorial plaza that honors veterans from the 28 34 Dubuque area: 28 35 .................................................. $ 100,000 29 1 Sec. 19. TAX=EXEMPT STATUS == USE OF APPROPRIATIONS. 29 2 Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this division of 29 3 this Act shall be made in a manner that does not adversely 29 4 affect the tax=exempt status of any outstanding bonds issued 29 5 by the tobacco settlement authority. 29 6 Sec. 20. REVERSION. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys 29 7 appropriated in this division of this Act for the fiscal year 29 8 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, shall not 29 9 revert at the close of the fiscal year for which they are 29 10 appropriated but shall remain available for the purposes 29 11 designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July 29 12 1, 2011, or until the project for which the appropriation was 29 13 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 29 14 DIVISION VI 29 15 ENVIRONMENT FIRST FUND == RESOURCES ENHANCEMENT AND PROTECTION 29 16 Sec. 21. IOWA RESOURCES ENHANCEMENT AND PROTECTION FUND. 29 17 There is appropriated from the environment first fund created 29 18 in section 8.57A to the Iowa resources enhancement and 29 19 protection fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, 29 20 and ending June 30, 2009, the following amount, to be 29 21 allocated as provided in section 455A.19: 29 22 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 29 23 DIVISION VII 29 24 PRISON BONDING 29 25 Sec. 22. There is appropriated from the FY 2009 prison 29 26 bonding fund created pursuant to section 12.79, as enacted in 29 27 this Act, to the department of corrections for the fiscal year 29 28 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, the 29 29 following amount, or so much thereof as is necessary, to be 29 30 used for the purpose designated: 29 31 For costs associated with the building of a new Iowa State 29 32 Penitentiary at Fort Madison: 29 33 .................................................. $130,677,500 29 34 The appropriation made in this section constitutes approval 29 35 by the general assembly for the issuance of bonds by the 30 1 treasurer pursuant to section 12.80, as enacted in this Act. 30 2 Sec. 23. REVERSION. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys 30 3 appropriated in this division of this Act for the fiscal year 30 4 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, shall not 30 5 revert at the close of the fiscal year for which they are 30 6 appropriated but shall remain available for the purposes 30 7 designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July 30 8 1, 2012, or until the project for which the appropriation was 30 9 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 30 10 DIVISION VIII 30 11 CHANGES TO PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS 30 12 Sec. 24. 2001 Iowa Acts, chapter 185, section 30, as 30 13 amended by 2005 Iowa Acts, chapter 178, section 22, 2006 Iowa 30 14 Acts, chapter 1179, section 27, and 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 30 15 219, section 17, is amended to read as follows: 30 16 SEC. 30. REVERSION. 30 17 1. Except as provided in subsections 2 and 3 and 30 18 notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 30 19 division of this Act shall not revert at the close of the 30 20 fiscal year for which they were appropriated but shall remain 30 21 available for the purposes designated until the close of the 30 22 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2004, or until the project for 30 23 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 30 24 earlier. 30 25 2. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in 30 26 section 25, subsection 3, paragraph "b", of this division of 30 27 this Act shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for 30 28 which they were appropriated but shall remain available for 30 29 the purpose designated until the close of the fiscal year that 30 30 begins July 1, 2006, or until the project for which the 30 31 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 30 32 3. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in 30 33 section 28 of this division of this Act shall not revert at 30 34 the close of the fiscal year for which they were appropriated 30 35 but shall remain available for the purpose designated until 31 1 the close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2007 2008, or 31 2 until the project for which the appropriation was made is 31 3 completed, whichever is earlier. 31 4 Sec. 25. 2004 Iowa Acts, chapter 1175, section 290, is 31 5 amended to read as follows: 31 6 SEC. 290. REVERSION. 31 7 1. Notwithstanding Except as provided in subsections 2 and 31 8 3, and notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 31 9 the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund in this division of this 31 10 Act shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for which 31 11 they were appropriated but shall remain available for the 31 12 purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that 31 13 begins July 1, 2007, or until the project for which the 31 14 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 31 15 This section subsection does not apply to the sections in this 31 16 division of this Act that were previously enacted and are 31 17 amended in this division of this Act. 31 18 2. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 31 19 the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund in this division of this 31 20 Act in section 288, subsection 4, paragraph "b", and section 31 21 288, subsection 7, paragraph "d", shall not revert at the 31 22 close of the fiscal year for which they were appropriated but 31 23 shall remain available for the purposes designated until the 31 24 close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2010, or until 31 25 the project for which the appropriation was made is completed, 31 26 whichever is earlier. 31 27 3. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 31 28 the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund in this division of this 31 29 Act in section 288, subsection 12, paragraph "a", shall not 31 30 revert at the close of the fiscal year for which they were 31 31 appropriated but shall remain available for the purposes 31 32 designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July 31 33 1, 2008, or until the project for which the appropriation was 31 34 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 31 35 Sec. 26. 2005 Iowa Acts, chapter 178, section 19, 32 1 subsection 3, as amended by 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, 32 2 section 20, is amended to read as follows: 32 3 3. REVERSION. 32 4 1. a. Except as provided in subsection 2 paragraphs "b" 32 5 and "c" and notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated 32 6 in this section shall not revert at the close of the fiscal 32 7 year for which they were appropriated but shall remain 32 8 available for the purposes designated until the close of the 32 9 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2006, or until the project for 32 10 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 32 11 earlier. 32 12 2. b. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated 32 13 in subsection 1, paragraph "a", subparagraph (1), and 32 14 subsection 1, paragraph "g", shall not revert at the close of 32 15 the fiscal year for which they were appropriated but shall 32 16 remain available for the purpose designated until the close of 32 17 the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2007, or until the project 32 18 for which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever 32 19 is earlier. 32 20 c. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in 32 21 subsection 1, paragraph "a", subparagraph (1), shall not 32 22 revert at the close of the fiscal year for which they were 32 23 appropriated but shall remain available for the purpose 32 24 designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July 32 25 1, 2008, or until the project for which the appropriation was 32 26 made is completed, whichever is earlier. 32 27 Sec. 27. 2005 Iowa Acts, chapter 178, section 30, is 32 28 amended to read as follows: 32 29 SEC. 30. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES. 32 30 1. There is appropriated from the vertical infrastructure 32 31 fund to the department of administrative services for the 32 32 designated fiscal years, the following amounts, or so much 32 33 thereof as if is necessary, to be used for the purposes 32 34 designated: 32 35 For major renovation and major repair needs, including 33 1 health, life, and fire safety needs, and for compliance with 33 2 the federal Americans With Disabilities Act, for state 33 3 buildings and facilities under the purview of the department: 33 4 FY 2006=2007.................................. $ 10,000,000 33 5 FY 2007=2008.................................. $ 40,000,000 33 6 FY 2008=2009.................................. $ 40,000,000 33 7 0 33 8 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 33 9 section shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for 33 10 which they were appropriated but shall remain available for 33 11 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year 33 12 that begins July 1, 2010, or until the project for which the 33 13 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 33 14 Sec. 28. 2005 Iowa Acts, chapter 179, section 13, as 33 15 amended by 2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 32, is 33 16 amended to read as follows: 33 17 SEC. 13. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION == COMMUNITY COLLEGES. 33 18 There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure 33 19 fund to the department of education for the designated fiscal 33 20 years, the following amounts, or so much thereof as is 33 21 necessary, to be used for the purposes designated: 33 22 For major renovation and major repair needs, including 33 23 health, life, and fire safety needs, and for compliance with 33 24 the federal Americans With Disabilities Act, for state 33 25 buildings and facilities under the purview of the community 33 26 colleges: 33 27 FY 2006=2007..................................... $ 0 33 28 FY 2007=2008..................................... $ 2,000,000 33 29 FY 2008=2009..................................... $ 2,000,000 33 30 0 33 31 The moneys appropriated in this section shall be allocated 33 32 to the community colleges based upon the distribution formula 33 33 established in section 260C.18C, if enacted by 2005 Iowa Acts, 33 34 House File 816. 33 35 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 34 1 section shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for 34 2 which they were appropriated but shall remain available for 34 3 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year 34 4 that begins July 1, 2010, or until the project for which the 34 5 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 34 6 Sec. 29. 2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 5, as 34 7 amended by 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, section 22, is amended 34 8 to read as follows: 34 9 SEC. 5. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES. There is 34 10 appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to the 34 11 department of administrative services for the designated 34 12 fiscal years, the following amounts, or so much thereof as is 34 13 necessary, to be used for the purposes designated: 34 14 For planning, design, and construction costs associated 34 15 with the construction of a new approximately 34 16 350,000=gross=square=foot state office building of sufficient 34 17 size to house the offices of the statewide elected officials, 34 18 excluding the governor and lieutenant governor, including 34 19 costs associated with furnishings, employee relocation, and 34 20 the demolition of the Wallace Building: 34 21 FY 2007=2008...................................... $ 3,600,000 34 22 FY 2008=2009...................................... $ 23,300,000 34 23 0 34 24 FY 2009=2010...................................... $ 12,657,100 34 25 The location, design, plans and specifications, 34 26 construction and ultimate use of the new state office building 34 27 to house the offices of the statewide elected officials, 34 28 excluding the governor and lieutenant governor, shall be 34 29 determined by the executive council. For this office 34 30 building, the department of administrative services shall 34 31 perform the duties assigned in section 8A.302, subsection 4, 34 32 at the direction of and as determined by the executive 34 33 council. 34 34 Sec. 30. 2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 18, is 34 35 amended to read as follows: 35 1 SEC. 18. REVERSION. 35 2 1. Except as provided in subsections 2, and 3, and 4, 35 3 notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from the 35 4 endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund for the 35 5 fiscal years that begin July 1, 2005, and July 1, 2006, in 35 6 this division of this Act that remain unencumbered or 35 7 unobligated at the close of the fiscal year shall not revert 35 8 but shall remain available for the purposes designated until 35 9 the close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2009, or 35 10 until the project for which the appropriation was made is 35 11 completed, whichever is earlier. 35 12 2. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 35 13 the endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund for 35 14 the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2006, and ends June 30, 35 15 2007, in this division of this Act to the department of 35 16 veterans affairs for capital improvement projects at the Iowa 35 17 veterans home that remain unencumbered or unobligated at the 35 18 close of the fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain 35 19 available for expenditure for the purposes designated until 35 20 the close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2010. 35 21 3. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 35 22 the endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund for 35 23 the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006, and ending June 30, 35 24 2007, in this division of this Act to the department of 35 25 education for major renovation and major repair needs at the 35 26 community colleges that remain unencumbered or unobligated at 35 27 the close of the fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain 35 28 available for expenditure for the purposes designated until 35 29 the close of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, or until 35 30 the project for which appropriated is completed, whichever is 35 31 earlier. 35 32 4. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in 35 33 section 16, subsection 3, paragraph "a", that remain 35 34 unencumbered or unobligated at the close of the fiscal year 35 35 shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for which 36 1 they were appropriated but shall remain available for the 36 2 purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that 36 3 begins July 1, 2010, or until the project for which the 36 4 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 36 5 Sec. 31. 2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 22, is 36 6 amended to read as follows: 36 7 SEC. 22. REVERSION. 36 8 1. Notwithstanding Except as provided in subsections 2 and 36 9 3, and notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in 36 10 this division of this Act that remain unencumbered or 36 11 unobligated at the close of the fiscal year shall not revert 36 12 but shall remain available for the purposes designated until 36 13 the close of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, or until 36 14 the project for which the appropriation was made is completed, 36 15 whichever is earlier. 36 16 2. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 36 17 the technology reinvestment fund in this division of this Act 36 18 in section 21, subsection 1, shall not revert at the close of 36 19 the fiscal year for which they were appropriated but shall 36 20 remain available until the close of the fiscal year that 36 21 begins July 1, 2008, or until the project for which the 36 22 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 36 23 3. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from 36 24 the technology reinvestment fund in this division of this Act 36 25 in section 21, subsection 3, paragraph "e", shall not revert 36 26 at the close of the fiscal year for which they were 36 27 appropriated but shall remain available until the close of the 36 28 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2010, or until the project for 36 29 which the appropriation was made is completed, whichever is 36 30 earlier. 36 31 Sec. 32. 2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, sections 68 and 69, 36 32 are amended to read as follows: 36 33 SEC. 68. WASTEWATER TREATMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FUND == 36 34 IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY. There is appropriated from any 36 35 interest or earnings on moneys in the federal economic 37 1 stimulus and jobs holding account to the Iowa finance 37 2 authority for deposit in the wastewater treatment financial 37 3 assistance fund created in section 16.134, the following 37 4 amount: 37 5 .................................................. $ 4,000,000 37 6 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 37 7 section shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for 37 8 which they are appropriated but shall remain available for the 37 9 purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that 37 10 begins July 1, 2008. 37 11 SEC. 69. RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS == 37 12 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. There is appropriated from 37 13 any interest or earnings on moneys in the federal economic 37 14 stimulus and jobs holding account to the department of natural 37 15 resources for the development of projects relating to natural 37 16 resource=based business opportunities, the following amount: 37 17 .................................................. $ 300,000 37 18 Local resource conservation and development groups 37 19 sponsored by county governments or sponsored by soil and water 37 20 conservation districts shall be eligible to receive funding on 37 21 the condition that such groups receive dollar=for=dollar 37 22 funding. 37 23 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 37 24 section shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for 37 25 which they are appropriated but shall remain available for the 37 26 purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that 37 27 begins July 1, 2008. 37 28 Sec. 33. 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, section 1, 37 29 subsection 2, is amended to read as follows: 37 30 2. r. For distribution to other governmental entities: 37 31 .................................................. $ 2,000,000 37 32 Moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall be 37 33 separately accounted for in a distribution account and shall 37 34 be distributed to other governmental entities based upon a 37 35 formula established by the department to pay for services 38 1 provided during the fiscal year to such other governmental 38 2 entities by the department associated with the integrated 38 3 information for Iowa system, notwithstanding section 8.57, 38 4 subsection 6, paragraph "c":. Additionally, the department 38 5 may use any unexpended or unencumbered amount in the 38 6 distribution account for the purchase of an existing license 38 7 for which the state has made partial payment. Any remaining 38 8 balance in the distribution account as of June 30, 2008, shall 38 9 not revert but shall remain available to be used for 38 10 additional operating expenses related to the integrated 38 11 information for Iowa system during the subsequent fiscal year. 38 12 Sec. 34. 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, section 3, is 38 13 amended to read as follows: 38 14 SEC. 3. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES. There is 38 15 appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund for the 38 16 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, 38 17 the following amount, or so much thereof as is necessary, to 38 18 be used for the purpose designated: 38 19 For capital improvements at the civil commitment unit for 38 20 the sexual offenders facility at Cherokee: 38 21 .................................................. $ 829,000 38 22 0 38 23 Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this 38 24 section shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year for 38 25 which they were appropriated but shall remain available for 38 26 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year 38 27 that begins July 1, 2011, or until the project for which the 38 28 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 38 29 The design specifications of the new state office building 38 30 shall include, at a minimum, energy efficiency specifications 38 31 that exceed state building code requirements and have the 38 32 potential for leadership in energy and environmental design 38 33 silver certification from the United States green building 38 34 council. 38 35 Sec. 35. 2008 Iowa Acts, Senate File 2420, section 27, is 39 1 amended to read as follows: 39 2 SEC. 27. PUBLIC TRANSIT FUNDING STUDY. The department of 39 3 transportation, in cooperation with the office of energy 39 4 independence and the department of natural resources, shall 39 5 review the current revenues available for support of public 39 6 transit and the sufficiency of those revenues to meet future 39 7 needs. The review shall include but is not limited to 39 8 identifying transit improvements needed to meet state energy 39 9 independence goals and an assessment of how the state's 39 10 support of public transit is positioned to meet the mobility 39 11 needs of Iowa's growing senior population. The department 39 12 shall submit a report to the governor and the general assembly 39 13 on or before December 1, 2009 31, 2008. 39 14 Sec. 36. EFFECTIVE DATE. The sections of this division of 39 15 this Act amending 2001 Iowa Acts, chapter 185, 2004 Iowa Acts, 39 16 chapter 1175, 2005 Iowa Acts, chapters 178 and 179, 2006 Iowa 39 17 Acts, chapter 1179, sections 5, 18, 22, 68, and 69 and 2007 39 18 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, sections 1 and 3, being deemed of 39 19 immediate importance, take effect upon enactment. 39 20 DIVISION IX 39 21 MISCELLANEOUS CODE CHANGES 39 22 Sec. 37. Section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph c, Code 39 23 Supplement 2007, is amended to read as follows: 39 24 c. Moneys in the fund in a fiscal year shall be used as 39 25 directed by the general assembly for public vertical 39 26 infrastructure projects. For the purposes of this subsection, 39 27 "vertical infrastructure" includes only land acquisition and 39 28 construction, major renovation and major repair of buildings, 39 29 all appurtenant structures, utilities, site development, and 39 30 recreational trails. "Vertical infrastructure" does not 39 31 include routine, recurring maintenance or operational expenses 39 32 or leasing of a building, appurtenant structure, or utility 39 33 without a lease=purchase agreement. However, appropriations 39 34 may be made for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 1997, and 39 35 July 1, 1998, for the purpose of funding the completion of 40 1 Part III of the Iowa communications network. 40 2 Sec. 38. Section 8.57A, subsection 4, Code Supplement 40 3 2007, is amended to read as follows: 40 4 4. There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa 40 5 infrastructure fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007 40 6 2008, and for each fiscal year thereafter, the sum of forty 40 7 forty=two million dollars to the environment first fund, 40 8 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c". 40 9 Sec. 39. Section 8.57B, Code Supplement 2007, is amended 40 10 to read as follows: 40 11 8.57B VERTICAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND. 40 12 1. A vertical infrastructure fund is created under the 40 13 authority of the department of management. The fund shall 40 14 consist of appropriations made to the fund and transfers of 40 15 interest, earnings, and moneys from other funds as provided by 40 16 law. The fund shall be separate from the general fund of the 40 17 state and the balance in the fund shall not be considered part 40 18 of the balance of the general fund of the state. However, the 40 19 fund shall be considered a special account for the purposes of 40 20 section 8.53, relating to generally accepted accounting 40 21 principles. 40 22 2. Notwithstanding section 12C.7, subsection 2, interest 40 23 or earnings on moneys in the vertical infrastructure fund 40 24 shall be credited to the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund. 40 25 3. Moneys in the fund in a fiscal year shall be used as 40 26 appropriated by the general assembly for public vertical 40 27 infrastructure projects. For the purposes of this section, 40 28 "vertical infrastructure" includes only land acquisition and 40 29 construction, major renovation, and major repair of buildings, 40 30 all appurtenant structures, utilities, and site development. 40 31 "Vertical infrastructure" does not include routine, recurring 40 32 maintenance, debt service, or operational expenses or leasing 40 33 of a building, appurtenant structure, or utility without a 40 34 lease=purchase agreement. 40 35 4. There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa 41 1 infrastructure fund to the vertical infrastructure fund, the 41 2 following: 41 3 a. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2005, and ending 41 4 June 30, 2006, the sum of fifteen million dollars. 41 5 b. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006, and ending 41 6 June 30, 2007, the sum of fifteen million dollars. 41 7 c. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, and ending 41 8 June 30, 2008, the sum of fifty million dollars. 41 9 d. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and ending 41 10 June 30, 2009, the sum of fifty million dollars. 41 11 5. Annually, on or before January 15 of each year, a state 41 12 agency that received an appropriation from the vertical 41 13 infrastructure fund shall report to the legislative services 41 14 agency and the department of management the status of all 41 15 projects completed or in progress. The report shall include a 41 16 description of the project, the progress of work completed, 41 17 the total estimated cost of the project, a list of all revenue 41 18 sources being used to fund the project, the amount of funds 41 19 expended, the amount of funds obligated, and the date the 41 20 project was completed or an estimated completion date of the 41 21 project, where applicable. 41 22 6. On July 1, 2008, any unobligated and unencumbered 41 23 balance in the vertical infrastructure fund shall be 41 24 transferred to the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund. This 41 25 subsection is repealed July 1, 2010. 41 26 Sec. 40. Section 8.57C, subsection 3, Code Supplement 41 27 2007, is amended to read as follows: 41 28 3. a. There is appropriated from the general fund of the 41 29 state for the fiscal year years beginning July 1, 2006, July 41 30 1, 2007, July 1, 2010, and for each subsequent fiscal year 41 31 thereafter, the sum of seventeen million five hundred thousand 41 32 dollars to the technology reinvestment fund. 41 33 b. There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa 41 34 infrastructure fund for each fiscal year of the fiscal period 41 35 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2010, the sum of 42 1 seventeen million five hundred thousand dollars to the 42 2 technology reinvestment fund, notwithstanding section 8.57, 42 3 subsection 6, paragraph "c". 42 4 Sec. 41. Section 8A.322, subsection 2, Code 2007, is 42 5 amended to read as follows: 42 6 2. Except for buildings and grounds described in section 42 7 216B.3, subsection 6; section 2.43, unnumbered paragraph 1; 42 8 the office building housing statewide elected officials, 42 9 excluding the governor and lieutenant governor; and any 42 10 buildings under the custody and control of the Iowa public 42 11 employees' retirement system, the director shall assign office 42 12 space at the capitol, other state buildings, and elsewhere in 42 13 the city of Des Moines, and the state laboratories facility in 42 14 Ankeny, for all executive and judicial state agencies. 42 15 Assignments may be changed at any time. The various officers 42 16 to whom rooms have been so assigned may control the same while 42 17 the assignment to them is in force. Official apartments shall 42 18 be used only for the purpose of conducting the business of the 42 19 state. The term "capitol" or "capitol building" as used in 42 20 the Code shall be descriptive of all buildings upon the 42 21 capitol grounds. The capitol building itself is reserved for 42 22 the operations of the general assembly, the governor, and the 42 23 courts and the assignment and use of physical facilities for 42 24 the general assembly shall be pursuant to section 2.43. 42 25 Sec. 42. NEW SECTION. 12.79 FY 2009 PRISON BONDING FUND. 42 26 1. An FY 2009 prison bonding fund is created as a separate 42 27 fund in the state treasury. Moneys in the fund shall not be 42 28 subject to appropriation for any other purpose by the general 42 29 assembly, but shall be used only for the purposes of the FY 42 30 2009 prison bonding fund. 42 31 2. Revenue for the fund shall consist of the net proceeds 42 32 from the bonds issued pursuant to section 12.80. 42 33 3. Moneys in the fund in a fiscal year shall be used as 42 34 appropriated by the general assembly for prison improvement 42 35 and prison construction projects. 43 1 4. Moneys in the fund are not subject to section 8.33. 43 2 Notwithstanding section 12C.7, subsection 2, interest or 43 3 earnings on moneys in the fund shall be credited to the fund. 43 4 5. Annually, on or before January 15 of each year, the 43 5 department of corrections shall report to the legislative 43 6 services agency and the department of management the status of 43 7 all projects completed or in progress. The report shall 43 8 include a description of the project, the work completed, the 43 9 total estimated cost of the project, a list of all revenue 43 10 sources being used to fund the project, the amount of funds 43 11 expended, the amount of funds obligated, and the date the 43 12 project was completed or an estimated completion date of the 43 13 project, where applicable. 43 14 Sec. 43. NEW SECTION. 12.80 GENERAL AND SPECIFIC BONDING 43 15 POWERS == PRISON INFRASTRUCTURE. 43 16 1. The treasurer of state is authorized to issue bonds to 43 17 provide prison infrastructure financing as provided in this 43 18 section. Bonds shall be issued in accordance with the 43 19 provisions of chapter 12A. 43 20 2. Bonds issued under this section are payable solely and 43 21 only out of the moneys, assets, or revenues of the prison 43 22 infrastructure fund established in section 602.8108A, and 43 23 other moneys available as provided in this section, all of 43 24 which may be deposited with trustees or depositories in 43 25 accordance with bond or security documents, and are not an 43 26 indebtedness of this state, or a charge against the general 43 27 credit or general fund of the state, and the state shall not 43 28 be liable for the bonds except from amounts on deposit in the 43 29 prison infrastructure fund and other moneys available as 43 30 provided in this section. Bonds issued under this section 43 31 shall contain a statement that the bonds do not constitute an 43 32 indebtedness of the state. 43 33 3. Bonds issued under this section are declared to be 43 34 issued for an essential public and governmental purpose and 43 35 all bonds issued under this section shall be exempt from 44 1 taxation by the state of Iowa and the interest on the bonds 44 2 shall be exempt from the state income tax and the state 44 3 inheritance tax. 44 4 4. The net proceeds from the bonds issued under this 44 5 section shall be deposited into the FY 2009 prison bonding 44 6 fund. 44 7 5. The treasurer of state shall cooperate with the 44 8 department of corrections and the department of management in 44 9 the implementation of this section. 44 10 6. In order to assure maintenance of bond reserve funds, 44 11 an issuer shall, on or before January 1 of each calendar year, 44 12 make and deliver to the governor the issuer's certificate 44 13 stating the sum, if any, required to restore each bond reserve 44 14 fund to the bond reserve fund requirement for that fund. 44 15 Within thirty days after the beginning of the session of the 44 16 general assembly next following the delivery of the 44 17 certificate, the governor shall submit to both houses printed 44 18 copies of a budget including the sum, if any, required to 44 19 restore each bond reserve fund to the bond reserve fund 44 20 requirement for that fund. Any sums appropriated by the 44 21 general assembly and paid to the issuer pursuant to this 44 22 subsection shall be deposited by the issuer in the applicable 44 23 bond reserve fund. 44 24 Sec. 44. NEW SECTION. 12.101 FAIRGROUNDS INFRASTRUCTURE 44 25 AID FUND. 44 26 1. A fairgrounds infrastructure aid fund is created in the 44 27 state treasury under the control of the treasurer of state. 44 28 The fund is separate from the general fund of the state. The 44 29 fund is composed of moneys appropriated by the general 44 30 assembly and moneys available to and obtained or accepted by 44 31 the treasurer of state from the United States government or 44 32 private sources for placement in the fund. 44 33 2. Moneys in the fairgrounds infrastructure aid fund are 44 34 appropriated to the treasurer of state exclusively to support 44 35 the payment of infrastructure aid as provided in section 45 1 12.102. Moneys in the fund shall not be allocated to the 45 2 treasurer of state to reimburse the treasurer of state for 45 3 administrative costs. 45 4 3. Notwithstanding section 12C.7, interest or earnings on 45 5 moneys in the fairgrounds infrastructure aid fund shall be 45 6 credited to the fund. Notwithstanding section 8.33, 45 7 unencumbered and unobligated moneys remaining in the fund at 45 8 the close of each fiscal year shall not revert but shall 45 9 remain available in the fund. 45 10 Sec. 45. NEW SECTION. 12.102 PAYMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE 45 11 AID. 45 12 1. The treasurer of state shall award infrastructure aid 45 13 to a fair necessary for the fair to make improvements to the 45 14 permanent infrastructure of its fairgrounds, including the 45 15 construction, major renovation, or major repair of buildings, 45 16 appurtenant structures, or utilities. 45 17 2. The treasurer of state, in cooperation with the 45 18 association of Iowa fairs, shall provide criteria for 45 19 eligibility for infrastructure aid by rule. The treasurer of 45 20 state must receive an application for an award on or after 45 21 July 1 and before December 1 of each year. An award of 45 22 infrastructure aid to an eligible fair shall be in the form of 45 23 a grant. The treasurer of state shall meet with 45 24 representatives of the association of Iowa fairs. The 45 25 representatives shall be available to advise the treasurer of 45 26 state when the treasurer of state makes decisions regarding 45 27 the awarding of infrastructure aid. 45 28 3. In order to receive infrastructure aid, the management 45 29 of an eligible fair must execute a cost=share agreement with 45 30 the treasurer of state, with the treasurer of state 45 31 contributing two dollars for each dollar contributed by the 45 32 fair. 45 33 4. The infrastructure aid awarded to a fair cannot be less 45 34 than five thousand dollars or more than fifty thousand dollars 45 35 during any fiscal year. The treasurer of state may approve 46 1 multiple awards to make improvements to a fair's fairgrounds 46 2 so long as the total amount awarded does not exceed the 46 3 limitations provided in this subsection. 46 4 Sec. 46. Section 12E.10, subsection 1, paragraph a, 46 5 subparagraphs (2) and (3), Code 2007, are amended to read as 46 6 follows: 46 7 (2) The authority shall issue tax=exempt bonds in an 46 8 amount that is as necessary in amounts determined by the 46 9 authority sufficient to provide net proceeds in an amount of 46 10 not more than five hundred forty million dollars for deposit 46 11 in the tax=exempt bond proceeds restricted capital funds 46 12 account of the tobacco settlement trust fund, to be used for 46 13 capital projects, certain debt service on outstanding 46 14 obligations which funded capital projects, and attorney fees 46 15 related to the master settlement agreement. 46 16 (3) The authority may also issue taxable bonds or 46 17 tax=exempt bonds to provide additional amounts to be used for 46 18 the purposes specified in section 12.65. 46 19 Sec. 47. Section 12E.10, subsection 1, paragraph b, Code 46 20 2007, is amended to read as follows: 46 21 b. It is the expectation of the state that not less than 46 22 eighty=five percent of the proceeds deposited in the 46 23 tax=exempt bond proceeds restricted capital funds account of 46 24 the tobacco settlement trust fund of any issue of tax=exempt 46 25 bonds will be expended within five years from the effective 46 26 date of the sale, consistent with the requirements of federal 46 27 law, and that the specific capital projects, debt service, and 46 28 attorney fees payments shall be determined annually through 46 29 appropriations authorized by a constitutional majority of each 46 30 house of the general assembly and approved by the governor. 46 31 Sec. 48. Section 12E.10, subsection 1, Code 2007, is 46 32 amended by adding the following new paragraph: 46 33 NEW PARAGRAPH. c. The authority may issue tax=exempt 46 34 bonds if the securitization of any remaining tobacco 46 35 settlement payments will result in the deposit of net proceeds 47 1 of not less than one hundred eighty=three million dollars for 47 2 tax=exempt bonds issued after July 1, 2008. 47 3 Sec. 49. Section 12E.12, subsection 1, paragraph b, Code 47 4 2007, is amended by adding the following new subparagraph: 47 5 NEW SUBPARAGRAPH. (1A) The FY 2009 tax=exempt bond 47 6 proceeds restricted capital funds account. The net proceeds 47 7 of tax=exempt bonds issued after July 1, 2008, as a result of 47 8 the securitization of any remaining tobacco settlement 47 9 payments to provide funds for capital projects which the 47 10 treasurer of state is authorized and directed to deposit on 47 11 behalf of the state shall be deposited in the account and 47 12 shall be used to fund capital projects. With respect to 47 13 capital projects, it is the intent of the general assembly to 47 14 fund capital projects that qualify as vertical infrastructure 47 15 projects as defined in section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph 47 16 "c", to the extent practicable in any fiscal year and without 47 17 limiting other qualifying capital expenditures considered and 47 18 approved by a constitutional majority of each house of the 47 19 general assembly and the governor. 47 20 Sec. 50. Section 12E.12, subsection 9, Code 2007, is 47 21 amended to read as follows: 47 22 9. Annually, on or before January 1 15 of each year, a 47 23 state agency that received an appropriation from the tobacco 47 24 settlement trust fund for the preceding fiscal year shall 47 25 report to the joint transportation, infrastructure, and 47 26 capitals appropriation subcommittee, the legislative services 47 27 agency, and the department of management, and the legislative 47 28 capital projects committee of the legislative council the 47 29 status of all ongoing projects for which an appropriation from 47 30 the fund has been made completed or in progress. The report 47 31 shall include a description of the project, the progress of 47 32 work completed, the total estimated cost of the project, a 47 33 list of all revenue sources being used to fund the project, 47 34 the amount of funds expended, the amount of funds obligated, 47 35 and the date the project was completed or an estimated 48 1 completion date of the project, where applicable. 48 2 Sec. 51. Section 15F.204, subsection 8, paragraph a, 48 3 subparagraphs (5) and (6), Code 2007, are amended to read as 48 4 follows: 48 5 (5) For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008, and ending 48 6 June 30, 2009, the sum of five twelve million dollars. 48 7 (6) For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending 48 8 June 30, 2010, the sum of five twelve million dollars. 48 9 Sec. 52. Section 15F.204, subsection 8, paragraph b, 48 10 subparagraphs (4) and (5), Code 2007, are amended by striking 48 11 the subparagraphs. 48 12 Sec. 53. Section 15G.110, Code 2007, is amended to read as 48 13 follows: 48 14 15G.110 APPROPRIATION. 48 15 1. For the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2005, and 48 16 ending June 30, 2008, and for the fiscal period beginning July 48 17 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2015, there is appropriated to 48 18 the department of economic development each fiscal year fifty 48 19 million dollars from the general fund of the state for deposit 48 20 in the grow Iowa values fund. 48 21 2. For the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2008, and 48 22 ending June 30, 2010, there is appropriated to the department 48 23 of economic development each fiscal year fifty million dollars 48 24 from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund for deposit in the 48 25 grow Iowa values fund, notwithstanding section 8.57, 48 26 subsection 6, paragraph "c". 48 27 Sec. 54. Section 15G.111, subsection 1, paragraph c, Code 48 28 Supplement 2007, is amended to read as follows: 48 29 c. The department shall require an applicant for moneys 48 30 appropriated under this subsection to include in the 48 31 application a statement regarding the intended return on 48 32 investment. A recipient of moneys appropriated under this 48 33 subsection shall annually submit a statement to the department 48 34 regarding the progress achieved on the intended return on 48 35 investment stated in the application. A recipient of moneys 49 1 appropriated under this subsection shall also annually submit 49 2 a statement to the department regarding the type and amount of 49 3 funds spent on any major maintenance, repair, or renovation of 49 4 any new or existing building. The department, in cooperation 49 5 with the department of revenue, shall develop a method of 49 6 identifying and tracking each new job created and the 49 7 leveraging of moneys through financial assistance from moneys 49 8 appropriated under this subsection. The department of 49 9 economic development shall identify research and development 49 10 activities funded through financial assistance from not more 49 11 than ten percent of the moneys appropriated under this 49 12 subsection, and, instead of determining return on investment 49 13 and job creation for the identified funding, determine the 49 14 potential impact on the state's economy. 49 15 Sec. 55. NEW SECTION. 16.181A HOUSING TRUST FUND == 49 16 APPROPRIATIONS. 49 17 There is appropriated from the general fund of the state to 49 18 the Iowa finance authority for deposit in the housing trust 49 19 fund created in section 16.181, for the fiscal year beginning 49 20 July 1, 2009, and ending June 30, 2010, and for each 49 21 succeeding fiscal year, the sum of three million dollars. 49 22 Sec. 56. Section 303.3D, subsections 2 and 4, Code 2007, 49 23 are amended to read as follows: 49 24 2. Moneys appropriated for a fiscal year to the fund shall 49 25 be used by the general assembly to fund capital infrastructure 49 26 projects for identified Iowa great places through the Iowa 49 27 great places program established in section 303.3C. Moneys 49 28 appropriated for a fiscal year shall be available for a 49 29 project identified in an Iowa great places agreement for a 49 30 period of three years from the time the project is identified. 49 31 4. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys credited to the 49 32 great places program fund shall not revert to the fund from 49 33 which appropriated but shall remain available for expenditure 49 34 for the purposes designated for subsequent fiscal years. 49 35 Sec. 57. Section 428A.8, Code 2007, is amended to read as 50 1 follows: 50 2 428A.8 REMITTANCE TO STATE TREASURER == PORTION RETAINED 50 3 IN COUNTY. 50 4 1. On or before the tenth day of each month the county 50 5 recorder shall determine and pay to the treasurer of state 50 6 eighty=two and three=fourths percent of the receipts from the 50 7 real estate transfer tax collected during the preceding month 50 8 and the treasurer of state shall deposit ninety=five percent 50 9 of the receipts in the general fund of the state and transfer 50 10 five percent of the receipts to the shelter assistance fund 50 11 created in section 15.349 as provided in subsection 2. 50 12 The county recorder shall deposit the remaining seventeen 50 13 and one=fourth percent of the receipts in the county general 50 14 fund. 50 15 Any tax or additional tax found to be due shall be 50 16 collected by the county recorder. If the county recorder is 50 17 unable to collect the tax, the director of revenue shall 50 18 collect the tax in the same manner as taxes are collected in 50 19 chapter 422, division III. If collected by the director of 50 20 revenue, the director shall pay the county its proportionate 50 21 share of the tax. Section 422.25, subsections 1, 2, 3, and 4, 50 22 and sections 422.26, 422.28 through 422.30, and 422.73, 50 23 consistent with this chapter, apply with respect to the 50 24 collection of any tax or additional tax found to be due, in 50 25 the same manner and with the same effect as if the deed, 50 26 instrument, or writing were an income tax return within the 50 27 meaning of those statutes. 50 28 The county recorder shall keep records and make reports 50 29 with respect to the real estate transfer tax as the director 50 30 of revenue prescribes. 50 31 2. The treasurer of state shall deposit or transfer the 50 32 receipts paid the treasurer of state pursuant to subsection 1 50 33 to either the general fund of the state, the housing trust 50 34 fund created in section 16.181, or the shelter assistance fund 50 35 created in section 15.349 as follows: 51 1 a. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, ninety 51 2 percent of the receipts shall be deposited in the general 51 3 fund, five percent of the receipts shall be transferred to the 51 4 housing trust fund, and five percent of the receipts shall be 51 5 transferred to the shelter assistance fund. 51 6 b. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, eighty=five 51 7 percent of the receipts shall be deposited in the general 51 8 fund, ten percent of the receipts shall be transferred to the 51 9 housing trust fund, and five percent of the receipts shall be 51 10 transferred to the shelter assistance fund. 51 11 c. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011, eighty 51 12 percent of the receipts shall be deposited in the general 51 13 fund, fifteen percent of the receipts shall be transferred to 51 14 the housing trust fund, and five percent of the receipts shall 51 15 be transferred to the shelter assistance fund. 51 16 d. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, 51 17 seventy=five percent of the receipts shall be deposited in the 51 18 general fund, twenty percent of the receipts shall be 51 19 transferred to the housing trust fund, and five percent of the 51 20 receipts shall be transferred to the shelter assistance fund. 51 21 e. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013, seventy 51 22 percent of the receipts shall be deposited in the general 51 23 fund, twenty=five percent of the receipts shall be transferred 51 24 to the housing trust fund, and five percent of the receipts 51 25 shall be transferred to the shelter assistance fund. 51 26 f. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and each 51 27 succeeding fiscal year, sixty=five percent of the receipts 51 28 shall be deposited in the general fund, thirty percent of the 51 29 receipts shall be transferred to the housing trust fund, and 51 30 five percent of the receipts shall be transferred to the 51 31 shelter assistance fund. 51 32 3. Notwithstanding subsection 2, the amount of money that 51 33 shall be transferred to the housing trust fund in any one 51 34 fiscal year shall not exceed three million dollars. Any money 51 35 that otherwise would go to the housing trust fund in excess of 52 1 that amount shall be deposited in the general fund of the 52 2 state. 52 3 Sec. 58. Section 602.8108A, Code Supplement 2007, is 52 4 amended to read as follows: 52 5 602.8108A PRISON INFRASTRUCTURE FUND. 52 6 1. The Iowa prison infrastructure fund is created and 52 7 established as a separate and distinct fund in the state 52 8 treasury. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter 52 9 to the contrary, the first eight million dollars and, 52 10 beginning July 1, 1997, the first nine million five hundred 52 11 thousand dollars, of moneys remitted to the treasurer of state 52 12 from fines, fees, costs, and forfeited bail collected by the 52 13 clerks of the district court in criminal cases, including 52 14 those collected for both scheduled and nonscheduled 52 15 violations, collected in each fiscal year commencing with the 52 16 fiscal year beginning July 1, 1995, shall be deposited in the 52 17 fund. Beginning July 1, 2009, the treasurer of state shall 52 18 certify to the judicial branch the annual amount of funds 52 19 necessary to be remitted for deposit into the fund for that 52 20 fiscal year and such moneys shall be remitted to the treasurer 52 21 of state from fines, fees, costs, and forfeited bail collected 52 22 by the clerks of the district court in criminal cases, 52 23 including those collected for both scheduled and nonscheduled 52 24 violations, for debt payments expected to be paid from the 52 25 fund. Interest and other income earned by the fund shall be 52 26 deposited in the fund. However, beginning with the fiscal 52 27 year beginning July 1, 1998, all fines and fees attributable 52 28 to commercial vehicle violation citations issued after July 1, 52 29 1998, shall be deposited as provided in section 602.8108, 52 30 subsection 8. If the treasurer of state determines pursuant 52 31 to 1994 Iowa Acts, ch. 1196, that bonds can be issued pursuant 52 32 to this section and section 16.177, then the The moneys in the 52 33 fund are appropriated to and shall have priority and 52 34 precedence for the purpose of paying the principal of, 52 35 premium, if any, and interest on bonds issued by the Iowa 53 1 finance authority under section 16.177. Any remaining moneys 53 2 not otherwise appropriated for purposes of paying the 53 3 principal, premium, and interest on the bonds issued by the 53 4 Iowa finance authority pursuant to section 16.177 shall be 53 5 available and appropriated to the treasurer of state pursuant 53 6 to section 12.80. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 53 7 2, amounts in the funds shall not be subject to appropriation 53 8 for any purpose by the general assembly, but shall be used 53 9 only for the purposes set forth in this section. The 53 10 treasurer of state shall act as custodian of the fund and 53 11 disburse amounts contained in it as directed by the department 53 12 of corrections including the automatic disbursement of funds 53 13 pursuant to the terms of bond indentures and documents and 53 14 security provisions to trustees and custodians. The treasurer 53 15 of state is authorized to invest the funds deposited in the 53 16 fund subject to any limitations contained in any applicable 53 17 bond proceedings. Any amounts remaining in the fund at the 53 18 end of each fiscal year shall be transferred to the general 53 19 fund of the state. 53 20 2. If the treasurer of state determines that bonds cannot 53 21 be issued pursuant to this section and section sections 12.80 53 22 and 16.177, or if there are any remaining moneys at the end of 53 23 a fiscal year after the appropriations are paid pursuant to 53 24 sections 12.80 and 16.177 the treasurer of state shall deposit 53 25 the moneys in the prison infrastructure fund into the general 53 26 fund of the state. 53 27 DIVISION X 53 28 MISCELLANEOUS 53 29 Sec. 59. IOWA VETERANS HOME DESIGN SERVICES CONTRACT. The 53 30 department of administrative services is authorized to 53 31 contract for design services related to the planned expansion 53 32 project to be completed at the Iowa veterans home as provided 53 33 in section 8A.311, subsection 3. It is the intent of the 53 34 general assembly that this authorization is necessary to 53 35 secure the award of federal funding recently made and to 54 1 eliminate the uncertainty of securing such funding in the 54 2 future. 54 3 Sec. 60. The section of this division of this Act, 54 4 relating to the Iowa veterans home design services contract, 54 5 being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon 54 6 enactment. 54 7 EXPLANATION 54 8 This bill makes appropriations from the rebuild Iowa 54 9 infrastructure fund, the endowment for Iowa's health 54 10 restricted capitals fund, the tax=exempt bond proceeds 54 11 restricted capitals funds account of the tobacco settlement 54 12 trust fund, the technology reinvestment fund, the FY 2009 54 13 tax=exempt bond proceeds restricted capitals funds account of 54 14 the tobacco settlement trust fund for various capital and 54 15 other projects, the environment first fund, and the FY 2009 54 16 prison bonding fund. The bill makes changes to related 54 17 matters. 54 18 REBUILD IOWA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND. This division 54 19 appropriates project funding for FY 2008=2009 from the rebuild 54 20 Iowa infrastructure fund, including projects for the 54 21 departments of administrative services, agriculture and land 54 22 stewardship, corrections, cultural affairs, economic 54 23 development, education, human services, natural resources, 54 24 public defense, transportation, the Iowa finance authority, 54 25 the state board of regents, the treasurer of state, and the 54 26 department of veterans affairs. The division also 54 27 appropriates project funding from the rebuild Iowa 54 28 infrastructure fund for FY 2007=2008, FY 2009=2010, FY 54 29 2010=2011, FY 2011=2012, and FY 2012=2013 to the department of 54 30 economic development, for FY 2009=2010 to the state board of 54 31 regents, and department of public defense for FY 2010=2011 to 54 32 the departments of corrections and public defense, for FY 54 33 2011=2012 to the department of corrections. 54 34 ENDOWMENT FOR IOWA'S HEALTH RESTRICTED CAPITALS FUND 54 35 ACCOUNT. This division appropriates project funding for FY 55 1 2008=2009 from the endowment for Iowa's health restricted 55 2 capitals fund for the departments of administrative services 55 3 and economic development. 55 4 TAX=EXEMPT BOND PROCEEDS RESTRICTED CAPITAL FUNDS ACCOUNT. 55 5 This division appropriates project funding for FY 2008=2009 55 6 from the tax=exempt bond proceeds restricted capital funds 55 7 account of the tobacco settlement trust fund to the 55 8 departments of administrative services and natural resources. 55 9 TECHNOLOGY REINVESTMENT FUND. This division appropriates 55 10 project funding for FY 2008=2009 from the technology 55 11 reinvestment fund for the departments of administrative 55 12 services, corrections, cultural affairs, education, human 55 13 rights, and public safety and to the Iowa telecommunications 55 14 and technology commission. The division also appropriates 55 15 project funding from the technology reinvestment fund for FY 55 16 2009=2010 to the department of cultural affairs. 55 17 FY 2009 TAX=EXEMPT BOND PROCEEDS RESTRICTED CAPITAL FUNDS 55 18 ACCOUNT. This division appropriates project funding for FY 55 19 2008=2009 from the FY 2009 tax=exempt restricted capital funds 55 20 account established in the bill in Code section 12E.12 for the 55 21 departments of administrative services, corrections, 55 22 education, natural resources, transportation, and veterans 55 23 affairs, the department for the blind, Iowa state fair, and 55 24 the state board of regents. 55 25 ENVIRONMENT FIRST FUND. The bill appropriates funding from 55 26 the environment first fund to the Iowa resources enhancement 55 27 and protection fund. 55 28 PRISON BONDING. This division appropriates project funding 55 29 for FY 2008=2009 from the FY 2009 prison bonding fund to the 55 30 department of corrections for costs associated with the 55 31 construction of a new state prison at Fort Madison. 55 32 CHANGES TO PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS. This division makes 55 33 changes to prior appropriations from the rebuild Iowa 55 34 infrastructure fund to the department of corrections for FY 55 35 2004=2005 and FY 2005=2006, to the department of education for 56 1 FY 2004=2005, FY 2005=2006, and FY 2006=2007 and FY 2008=2009, 56 2 to the department of administrative services for FY 2007=2008, 56 3 FY 2008=2009, and FY 2009=2010, and to the department of 56 4 public defense for FY 2004=2005. 56 5 The division makes changes to prior appropriations from the 56 6 tax=exempt bond proceeds restricted capital funds account of 56 7 the tobacco settlement trust fund to the department of 56 8 administrative services for FY 2005=2006. 56 9 The division makes changes to prior appropriations from the 56 10 endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund to the 56 11 department of corrections for FY 2005=2006. 56 12 The division makes changes to prior appropriations from the 56 13 technology reinvestment fund to the department of 56 14 administrative services and to the department of education for 56 15 FY 2006=2007. 56 16 The division makes changes to prior appropriations from the 56 17 interest or earnings on moneys in the federal economic 56 18 stimulus and jobs holding account to the Iowa finance 56 19 authority and to the department of natural resources for FY 56 20 2006=2007. 56 21 The division amends Senate File 2420 relating to the 56 22 submission of a report by the department of transportation 56 23 regarding a public transit funding study. 56 24 The division provides for certain changes to be effective 56 25 upon enactment. 56 26 MISCELLANEOUS CODE CHANGES. This division repeals the 56 27 standing appropriation from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure 56 28 fund to the vertical infrastructure fund for FY 2008=2009. 56 29 The division provides that on July 1, 2008, any obligated 56 30 and unencumbered balance in the vertical infrastructure fund 56 31 shall be transferred to the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund 56 32 and repeals this provision July 1, 2010. 56 33 The division amends the funding source of the annual 56 34 standing appropriation to the technology reinvestment fund 56 35 from the general fund to the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund 57 1 for the FY 2008=2009 and FY 2009=2010 fiscal years. 57 2 The division creates a new Code section authorizing the 57 3 treasurer of state to issue bonds to finance prison 57 4 infrastructure projects approved for financing by the general 57 5 assembly. The proceeds of the bonds are to be deposited into 57 6 the FY 2009 prison bonding fund created in the division. 57 7 Moneys in the prison infrastructure fund are to be used to pay 57 8 for the bonds issued by the treasurer of state and the moneys 57 9 in this fund include fines, fees, costs, and forfeited bail 57 10 collected by the clerks of the district court in criminal 57 11 cases. The division creates the FY 2009 prison bonding fund 57 12 as a separate fund in the state treasury. Moneys in the fund 57 13 shall be used only for prison improvement and prison 57 14 construction projects. Revenue for the fund shall consist of 57 15 the net proceeds from the bonds issued pursuant to section 57 16 12.80. 57 17 The division creates a fairgrounds infrastructure aid fund 57 18 in the state treasury under the control of the treasurer of 57 19 state. Moneys in the fairgrounds infrastructure aid fund are 57 20 appropriated exclusively to support the payment of 57 21 infrastructure aid to a fair necessary to make improvements to 57 22 the permanent infrastructure of its fairgrounds. 57 23 The division creates the FY 2009 tax=exempt bond proceeds 57 24 restricted capital funds account of the tobacco settlement 57 25 trust fund in Code section 12E.12. This account is created 57 26 from the net proceeds of tax=exempt bonds issued as a result 57 27 of the securitization of any remaining tobacco settlement 57 28 payments to provide funds for capital projects and certain 57 29 debt service related to the tobacco master settlement 57 30 agreement. 57 31 The division amends the funding source of the annual 57 32 standing appropriations to the community attraction and 57 33 tourism fund from the general fund to the rebuild Iowa 57 34 infrastructure fund for the FY 2008=2009 and FY 2009=2010 57 35 fiscal years. 58 1 The division requires a recipient of moneys from the grow 58 2 Iowa values fund to annually submit a statement to the 58 3 department of economic development regarding the type and 58 4 amount of funds spent on major maintenance, repair, or 58 5 renovation of any new or existing building. 58 6 The division creates new Code section 16.181A providing for 58 7 an annual appropriation from the state general fund to the 58 8 housing trust fund of $3 million beginning with FY 2009=2010. 58 9 The division amends Code section 428A.8 to alter the 58 10 disposition of the real estate transfer tax receipts received 58 11 by the treasurer of state. Beginning with FY 2009=2010, 90 58 12 percent of the receipts are deposited into the state general 58 13 fund, 5 percent are deposited into the housing trust fund, and 58 14 5 percent are deposited into the shelter assistance fund. For 58 15 each succeeding fiscal year the percentage deposited into the 58 16 state general fund is reduced by 5 percentage points, the 58 17 amount deposited into the housing trust fund is increased by 5 58 18 percentage points, and the percentage deposited into the 58 19 shelter assistance fund remains the same. For FY 2014=2015 58 20 and succeeding fiscal years, the amount going to the state 58 21 general fund, housing trust fund, and shelter assistance fund 58 22 are 65 percent, 30 percent, and 5 percent, respectively. A 58 23 provision is made that limits to $3 million the amount that 58 24 may be deposited in the housing trust fund with any amount in 58 25 excess of $3 million going to the state general fund. 58 26 The division authorizes the department of administrative 58 27 services to contract for design services related to the 58 28 planned expansion project at the Iowa veterans home in order 58 29 to secure federal funding. 58 30 LSB 5009SC 82 58 31 rh/mg/14
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