Senate File 2389 - Enrolled




                                       Senate File 2389

                             AN ACT
 RELATING TO AND MAKING, REDUCING, AND TRANSFERRING
    APPROPRIATIONS TO STATE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES FROM
    THE REBUILD IOWA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND, THE TECHNOLOGY
    REINVESTMENT FUND, THE REVENUE BONDS CAPITALS FUND, THE
    REVENUE BONDS CAPITALS II FUND, THE FY 2009 PRISON BONDING
    FUND, AND OTHER FUNDS, CREATING THE IOWA JOBS II PROGRAM,
    AND THE REVENUE BONDS FEDERAL SUBSIDY HOLDBACK FUND,
    PROVIDING FOR RELATED MATTERS, AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
    DATE.

 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:
                           DIVISION I
                REBUILD IOWA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND
    Section 1.    There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund to the following departments and agencies
 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June
 30, 2011, the following amounts, or so much thereof as is
 necessary, to be used for the purposes designated:
    1.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
    a.  For distribution to other governmental entities for
 the  payment of services related to the integrated information
 for  Iowa system, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6,
 paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  3,700,000
    Moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall be
 separately accounted for in a distribution account and shall  be
 distributed to other governmental entities based upon a  formula
 established by the department to pay for services associated
 with the integrated  information for Iowa system provided during
 the fiscal year by the department.
    During the fiscal year, the department may use up to
 $1,000,000 of unexpended or unobligated funds in the
 information technology operations fund established under the
 provisions of section 8A.123 to provide funding for costs
 associated with the integrated information for Iowa system.   By
 October 31, 2011, the department shall report to the  department
 of management and the legislative services agency  regarding any
 moneys that are used for this purpose.
    b.  For costs associated with Mercy capitol hospital
 building operations, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection
 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  1,083,175
    c.  For the state's share of support in conjunction with
 the city of Des Moines and local area businesses to provide
 a free shuttle service to the citizens of Iowa that includes
 transportation between the capitol complex and the downtown
 Des Moines area, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6,
 paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $    200,000
    Details for the shuttle service, including the route to
 be served, shall be determined pursuant to an agreement to
 be entered into by the department with the Des Moines area
 regional transit authority (DART) and any other participating
 entities.
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph, up to
 $50,000 shall be used to encourage state employees to utilize
 transit services provided by the Des Moines area regional
 transit authority.
    2.  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP
    For the administration of the watershed improvement review
 board established in section 466A.3, notwithstanding section
 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $     50,000
    3.  DEPARTMENT FOR THE BLIND
    For costs associated with universal access to audio
 information over the phone on demand for blind and print
 handicapped Iowans, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection
 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $     20,000
    4.  DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS
    a.  For continuation of the project recommended by the Iowa
 battle flag advisory committee to stabilize the condition of
 the battle flag collection, notwithstanding section 8.57,
 subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $     60,000
    b.  For purposes of maintenance and repairs of historic
 sites:
 .................................................. $     40,000
    5.  DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    a.  For deposit in the workforce training and economic
 development funds for each community college in section
 260C.18A, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6,  paragraph
 "c":
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    b.  To the 6th avenue corridor for improvements to the
 streetscape associated with the national mainstreet conference
 and for additional architectural and engineering design
 plans for economic development and community revitalization,
 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $    100,000
    c.  To develop site plans for the southeast Iowa regional
 economic and port authority including plans for infrastructure
 for economic development, notwithstanding section 8.57,
 subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $     50,000
    d.  For equal distribution to regional sports authority
 districts certified by the department pursuant to section
 15E.321, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c":
 .................................................. $    500,000
    e.  For administration and support of the world food prize
 including the Borlaug/Ruan scholar program, notwithstanding
 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $    100,000
    6.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    To provide resources for structural and technological
 improvements to local libraries and for the enrich Iowa
 program, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c":
 .................................................. $    500,000
    Of the moneys appropriated in this subsection, $50,000 shall
 be allocated equally to each library service area.
    7.  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    a.  For floodplain management and dam safety,
 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
 Of the amounts appropriated in this lettered paragraph,
 up to $400,000 is authorized for stream gages to be used
 for tracking and predicting flood events and for compiling
 necessary data relating to flood frequency analysis.
    b.  For costs associated with the construction of a permanent
 structure for handicapped persons and senior citizens in a
 county with a population between 37,150 and 37,250:
 .................................................. $     40,000
    c.  For costs associated with the hiring and employment of an
 asset manager at Honey creek resort state park, notwithstanding
 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $    100,000
    The department shall issue a request for proposals to
 competitively procure the services of an asset manager which
 shall be selected by the natural resource commission.  The
 asset manager shall have hospitality management experience
 of at least five years including at least three years asset
 management experience in a setting similar in size and quality
 to the Honey creek resort state park with a similar type of
 market.  The duties and job responsibilities of the asset
 manager shall include but are not limited to reviewing and
 commenting on the resort's sales and marketing plan, providing
 for the operation of the resort in a manner consistent with
 the requirements and limitations set forth in the resort's
 operating agreement, monitoring and supervising the resort
 including site visits, and negotiating and recommending an
 annual operating budget and budget plan.  The asset manager
 shall report to bond counsel, the governor, the Honey creek
 authority, the department of natural resources, and the
 legislative services agency.
    8.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENSE
    a.  For major maintenance projects at national guard
 armories and facilities:
 .................................................. $  1,500,000
    b.  For renovation and facility improvements at the Iowa
 Falls readiness center:
 .................................................. $    500,000
    c.  For renovation and facility improvements at the Cedar
 Rapids armed forces readiness center:
 .................................................. $    200,000
    d.  For renovation and facility improvements at the
 Middletown readiness center:
 .................................................. $    100,000
    9.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    For a grant to an existing national affiliated volunteer eye
 organization that has an established program for children and
 adults and that is solely dedicated to preserving sight and
 preventing blindness through education, nationally certified
 vision screening and training, community and patient service
 programs, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c":
 .................................................. $    100,000
    10.  IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY
    For transfer to the Polk county housing trust fund for the
 construction of facilities to meet the specialized needs of
 adult persons with severe and profound disabilities who have
 high medical needs:
 .................................................. $    250,000
    11.  STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
    a.  For allocation by the state board of regents to the
 state university of Iowa, the Iowa state university of
 science and technology, and the university of northern Iowa to
 reimburse the institutions for deficiencies in the operating
 funds resulting from the pledging of tuition, student fees
 and charges, and institutional income to finance the cost of
 providing academic and administrative buildings and facilities
 and utility services at the institutions, notwithstanding
 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $ 24,305,412
    b.  For the Iowa flood  center at the state university of Iowa
 for use by the  university's college of engineering, pursuant
 to section  466C.1, notwithstanding section 8.57,  subsection 6,
 paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  1,300,000
    c.  To Iowa state university of science and technology to
 purchase veterinary surgical and other equipment to modernize
 the animal care facilities at the blank park zoo as part of
 a cooperative effort of blank park zoo and the college of
 veterinary medicine, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection
 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $    400,000
    12.  TREASURER OF STATE
    For county fair infrastructure improvements for distribution
 in accordance with chapter 174 to qualified fairs which belong
 to the association of Iowa fairs:
 .................................................. $  1,060,000
    13.  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    For infrastructure improvements at general aviation airports
 within the state:
 .................................................. $    750,000
    14.  DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
    For transfer to the Iowa finance authority for the
 continuation of the home ownership assistance program for
 persons who are or were eligible members of the armed forces  of
 the United States, pursuant to section 16.54,  notwithstanding
 section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  1,000,000
    Sec. 2.    There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund to the following departments and agencies
 for the following fiscal years, the following amounts, or so
 much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes
 designated:
    1.  DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    For project management costs at Fort Madison and
 Mitchellville prisons, associated with construction projects
 at the department, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6,
 paragraph "c":
 FY 2011=2012...................................... $  4,500,000
 FY 2012=2013...................................... $  1,000,000
 FY 2013=2014...................................... $    200,000
    2.  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    For state park infrastructure improvements:
 FY 2011=2012...................................... $  5,000,000
 FY 2012=2013...................................... $  5,000,000
 FY 2013=2014...................................... $  5,000,000
 FY 2014=2015...................................... $  5,000,000
    3.  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    For deposit into the passenger rail service revolving
 fund created in section 327J.2 for matching federal funding
 available through the federal Passenger Rail Investment
 and Improvement Act of 2008 for passenger rail service,
 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 FY 2011=2012...................................... $  6,500,000
    It is the intent of the general assembly to fund up to
 $20 million over a four=year period to fully fund the state
 commitment for matching federal funding available through the
 federal Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008.
    Sec. 3.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
 specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
 moneys made from an appropriation in this division of this Act
 shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
 ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
 appropriation was made. However, if the project or projects
 for which such appropriation was made are completed in an
 earlier fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall
 revert at the close of that same fiscal year.
                           DIVISION II
                  TECHNOLOGY REINVESTMENT FUND
    Sec. 4.    There is appropriated from the technology
 reinvestment fund created in section 8.57C to the following
 departments and agencies for the fiscal year beginning July
 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, the following amounts, or
 so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes
 designated:
    1.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
    For technology improvement projects:
 .................................................. $  3,793,654
    2.  DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    For costs associated with the Iowa corrections offender
 network data system:
 .................................................. $    500,000
    3.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    a.  For maintenance and lease costs associated with
 connections for Part III of the Iowa communications network:
 .................................................. $  2,727,000
    b.  For the implementation of an educational data warehouse
 that will be utilized by teachers, parents, school district
 administrators, area education agency staff, department of
 education staff, and policymakers:
 .................................................. $    600,000
    The department may use a portion of the moneys appropriated
 in this lettered paragraph for an e=transcript data system
 capable of tracking students throughout their education via
 interconnectivity with multiple schools.
    4.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    For deposit in the county mental health, mental retardation,
 and developmental disabilities services fund created by section
 331.424A in a county with a population over 350,000 for a
 community mental health center created under chapter 230A which
 serves only adults:
 .................................................. $    250,000
    5.  IOWA TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY COMMISSION
    For replacement of equipment for the Iowa  communications
 network:
 .................................................. $  2,244,956
    The commission may continue to enter into contracts  pursuant
 to section 8D.13 for the replacement of equipment and  for
 operations and maintenance costs of the network.
    In addition to moneys appropriated in this subsection,
 the commission may use a financing agreement  entered into by
 the treasurer of state in accordance with  section 12.28 for
 the replacement of equipment for the  network.  For purposes
 of this subsection, the  treasurer of state is not subject to
 the maximum principal  limitation contained in section 12.28,
 subsection 6.   Repayment of any amounts financed shall be made
 from receipts  associated with fees charged for use of the
 network.
    Sec. 5.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
 specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
 moneys made from an appropriation in this division of this Act
 shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
 ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
 appropriation was made. However, if the project or projects
 for which such appropriation was made are completed in an
 earlier fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall
 revert at the close of that same fiscal year.
                          DIVISION III
          REVENUE BONDS CAPITALS FUND == APPROPRIATIONS
    Sec. 6.    There is appropriated from the revenue bonds
 capitals fund created in section 12.88, to the following
 departments and agencies for the fiscal year beginning July
 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, the following amounts, or
 so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes
 designated:
    1.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
    For projects related to major repairs and major maintenance
 for state buildings and facilities:
 .................................................. $  3,000,000
 Moneys appropriated in this subsection shall not be used
 for purposes of the renovation of the Mercy capitol hospital
 building.
    2.  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP
    a.  To the soil conservation division of the department
 established in section 161A.4 to provide financial assistance
 for the establishment of permanent soil and water conservation
 practices:
 .................................................. $  1,000,000
    b.  Not more than 5 percent of the moneys appropriated
 in paragraph "a" may be allocated for cost sharing to abate
 complaints filed under section 161A.47.
    c.  Of the moneys appropriated in paragraph "a", 5 percent
 shall be allocated for financial incentives to establish
 practices to protect watersheds above publicly owned lakes of
 the state from soil erosion and sediment as provided in section
 161A.73.
    d.  Not more than 30 percent of a soil and water conservation
 district's allocation of moneys as financial incentives may be
 provided for the purpose of establishing management practices
 to control soil erosion on land that is row cropped, including
 but not limited to no=till planting, ridge=till planting,
 contouring, and contour strip=cropping as provided in section
 161A.73.
    e.  The state soil conservation committee created in section
 161A.4 may allocate moneys appropriated in paragraph "a"
 to conduct research and demonstration projects to promote
 conservation tillage and nonpoint source pollution control
 practices.
    f.  The allocation of moneys as financial incentives as
 provided in section 161A.73 may be used in combination with
 moneys allocated by the department of natural resources.
    g.  Moneys appropriated in this subsection shall not be used
 for administrative or planning purposes.
    3.  DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS
 For grants for Iowa great places program projects:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    4.  DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    a.  For one=time costs associated with the opening of
 community=based corrections facilities including the purchase
 of equipment:
 .................................................. $  1,519,048
    b.  For use by a city with a population between 198,000 and
 199,000 for a safety barrier to be constructed in the natural
 environment between the fifth judicial district facility and
 the blank park zoo:
 .................................................. $  1,000,000
    c.  For project management costs at Fort Madison and
 Mitchellville prisons associated with construction projects at
 the department:
 .................................................. $  2,200,000
    5.  DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    To the Des Moines area regional transit authority (DART) for
 construction of a regional transit hub for economic development
 purposes and for providing public transportation in a city with
 a population between 198,000 and 199,000 in the last preceding
 certified federal census:
 .................................................. $  4,000,000
    6.  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    For implementation of lake projects that have established
 watershed improvement initiatives and community support in
 accordance with the department's annual lake restoration plan
 and report:
 .................................................. $  7,000,000
    Of the amount appropriated in this subsection, $250,000
 shall be allocated for dredging, reconstruction, and related
 improvements of twin ponds adjacent to a nature center in a
 county with a population between 13,050, and 13,100.
    Of the amount appropriated in this subsection, $2,000,000
 shall be allocated for costs associated with dam construction;
 shoreline protection; boat ramp, parking, and road
 construction; and an in=lake fishing habitat development
 project for a new state recreation area on a lake located in a
 county with a population between 155,000 and 160,000.
    Of the amount appropriated in this subsection, $100,000
 shall be allocated for lake dredging and related improvements
 including ongoing dam maintenance and operation on a lake with
 public access that has the support of a benefited lake district
 located in a county with a population between 18,350 and 18,450
 in the last preceding federal census.
    7.  STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
    For phase II of the construction and renovation of the
 veterinary medical facilities at Iowa state university of
 science and technology, specifically the renovation and
 modernization of the area formerly occupied by the large animal
 area of the teaching hospital for expanded clinical services:
 .................................................. $ 13,000,000
    8.  IOWA STATE FAIR
    For infrastructure improvements to the Iowa state
 fairgrounds including but not limited to the construction of an
 agricultural exhibition center on the Iowa state fairgrounds:
 .................................................. $  2,500,000
    9.  IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY
    For grants for purposes of the housing trust fund created in
 section 16.181:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    Sec. 7.  TAX=EXEMPT STATUS == USE OF APPROPRIATIONS.
    1.  Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this
 division of this Act shall be made in a manner that does not
 adversely affect the tax=exempt status of any outstanding bonds
 issued by the treasurer of state.
    2.  Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this
 division of this Act shall not be used for administrative or
 planning purposes.
    Sec. 8.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
 specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
 moneys made from an appropriation in this division of this Act
 shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
 ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
 appropriation was made.  However, if the project or projects
 for which such appropriation was made are completed in an
 earlier fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall
 revert at the close of that same fiscal year.
                           DIVISION IV
        REVENUE BONDS CAPITALS II FUND == APPROPRIATIONS
    Sec. 9.  NEW SECTION.  12.88A  Revenue bonds capitals II fund.
    1.  A revenue bonds capitals II fund is created and
 established as a separate and distinct fund in the state
 treasury.  The treasurer of state shall act as custodian of the
 fund and disburse moneys contained in the fund.
    2.  Revenue for the revenue bonds capitals II fund shall
 include but is not limited to the following, which shall be
 deposited with the treasurer of state or the treasurer of
 state's designee as provided by any bond or security documents
 and credited to the fund:
    a.  The net proceeds of bonds issued after April 1, 2010,
 pursuant to section 12.87 other than bonds issued for the
 purpose of refunding such bonds, and investment earnings on the
 net proceeds.
    b.  Interest attributable to investment of moneys in the fund
 or an account of the fund.
    c.  Moneys in the form of a devise, gift, bequest, donation,
 federal or other grant, reimbursement, repayment, judgment,
 transfer, payment, or appropriation from any source intended to
 be used for the purposes of the fund.
    3.  Moneys in the revenue bonds capitals II fund are not
 subject to section 8.33.  Notwithstanding section 12C.7,
 subsection 2, interest or earnings on moneys in the fund shall
 be credited to the fund.
    4.  Annually, on or before January 15 of each year, a state
 agency that received an appropriation from the revenue bonds
 capitals II fund shall report to the legislative services
 agency and the department of management the status of all
 projects completed or in progress.  The report shall include
 a description of the project, the work completed, the total
 estimated cost of the project, a list of all revenue sources
 being used to fund the project, the amount of funds expended,
 the amount of funds obligated, and the date the project was
 completed or an estimated completion date of the project, where
 applicable.
    Sec. 10.    There is appropriated from the revenue bonds
 capitals II fund created in section 12.88A to the following
 departments and agencies for the fiscal year beginning July
 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, the following amounts, or
 so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes
 designated:
    1.  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP
    a.  To the soil conservation division of the department
 established in section 161A.4 to provide financial assistance
 for the establishment of permanent soil and water conservation
 practices:
 .................................................. $  5,950,000
    (1)  Not more than 5 percent of the moneys appropriated in
 this paragraph "a" may be allocated for cost sharing to abate
 complaints filed under section 161A.47.
    (2)  Of the moneys appropriated in this paragraph "a",
 5 percent shall be allocated for financial incentives to
 establish practices to protect watersheds above publicly owned
 lakes of the state from soil erosion and sediment as provided
 in section 161A.73.
    (3)  Not more than 30 percent of a soil and water
 conservation district's allocation of moneys as financial
 incentives may be provided for the purpose of establishing
 management practices to control soil erosion on land that is
 row cropped, including but not limited to no=till planting,
 ridge=till planting, contouring, and contour strip=cropping as
 provided in section 161A.73.
    (4)  The state soil conservation committee created in
 section 161A.4 may allocate moneys appropriated in paragraph
 "a" to conduct research and demonstration projects to promote
 conservation tillage and nonpoint source pollution control
 practices.
    (5)  The allocation of moneys as financial incentives as
 provided in section 161A.73 may be used in combination with
 moneys allocated by the department of natural resources.
    (6)  Moneys appropriated in this paragraph "a" shall not be
 used for administrative or planning purposes.
    b.  For grants under the conservation reserve enhancement
 program to improve water quality and intercept nitrates:
 .................................................. $  2,500,000
    2.  DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    a.  For deposit into the community attraction and tourism
 fund created in section 15F.204:
 .................................................. $ 12,000,000
    b.  For deposit into the river enhancement community
 attraction and tourism fund created in section 15F.205:
 .................................................. $  4,000,000
    Moneys appropriated for grants awarded in paragraphs "a" and
 "b" shall be used to assist communities in the development and
 creation of multiple purpose attractions or community service
 facilities for public use.
    c.  For accelerated career education program capital
 projects at community colleges that are authorized under
 chapter 260G and that meet the definition of vertical
 infrastructure in section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  5,500,000
    d.  For the main street Iowa program to be used as grants
 for projects that have previously applied for funding
 consideration, or have received partial funding for facade
 master plans to rehabilitate storefronts in main street Iowa
 districts, to complete streetscape projects where planning
 and the majority of funding is already secured, for unfunded
 main street challenge grant projects, and for other building
 rehabilitation projects that are currently on the department's
 highest priority list:
 .................................................. $  8,450,000
    Moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph shall not be
 used for administration or planning purposes.
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph,
 $300,000 shall be allocated to a city with a population between
 25,100 and 25,200 in the last preceding certified federal
 census for a redevelopment project that includes improvements
 and modifications to streets and storm sewers in both the
 downtown and mall areas of the city.
    e.  To north Iowa area community college (merged area II)
 for the construction of a small business center for economic
 development:
 .................................................. $  1,500,000
    f.  To Kirkwood community college (merged area X) for
 the construction of a small business center for economic
 development:
 .................................................. $  1,200,000
    3.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    For major renovation and major repair needs, including
 health, life, and fire safety needs and for compliance with the
 federal Americans with Disabilities Act, for state buildings
 and facilities under the purview of the community colleges:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    4.  IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY
    a.  To the Iowa jobs board created in section 16.191 for
 disaster relief and mitigation renovation and construction
 projects:
 .................................................. $ 30,900,000
    The moneys appropriated in this paragraph "a" shall be
 allocated as follows:
    (1)  To a county with a population between 189,000 and
 196,000 in the last preceding certified federal census for the
 renovation and expansion of an administrative office building:
 .................................................. $  4,400,000
    (2)  To a city with a population between 120,500 and 120,800
 in the last preceding certified federal census, for the
 following projects:
    (a)  For renovation of an existing public building to make
 the building useful for city department offices:
 .................................................. $  4,400,000
    (b)  For flood mitigation or renovation in and around an
 existing courthouse:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    (3)  To a city with a population between 198,000 and 199,000
 in the last preceding certified federal census to be allocated
 as follows:
    (a)  For site acquisition, design, engineering, and
 construction of a fire training and logistics center:
 .................................................. $  3,000,000
    (b)  For land acquisition, design, and construction of
 sewers, structures, and pumping facilities necessary to
 separate and convey sewer flow within the riverpoint service
 area:
 .................................................. $  1,250,000
    (c)  For land acquisition, design, and construction of
 sewers, structures, and pumping facilities necessary to
 separate  or convey sewer flow within the Court avenue service
 area:
 .................................................. $  3,050,000
    (d)  For bank stabilization, stream bed stabilization, and
 erosion control on highly erodible ground that is impacting
 utilities, road infrastructure, and water quality:
 .................................................. $    700,000
    (e)  To improve utilization of two of the wastewater
 reclamation authority's existing equalization basins for
 the control of peak flows during wet weather events in the
 authority's sewer system:
 .................................................. $    500,000
    (4)  For a publicly owned acute care teaching hospital
 located in a county with a population of over 350,000, for
 the construction and renovation of patient access and care
 facilities, equipment replacement and upgrades, and other
 infrastructure improvements:
 .................................................. $  1,000,000
    (5)  For a city with a population between 98,300 and 98,400
 in the last preceding certified federal census, for flood
 protection, replacement, and construction improvements to a
 recreational sports facility:
 .................................................. $  1,050,000
    (6)  For a city with a population between 68,700 and
 68,800 in the last preceding certified federal census, for a
 public works building that will allow the city to provide for
 disaster=related services:
 .................................................. $  5,000,000
    (7)  For a city with a population between 62,100 and
 62,250 in the last preceding certified federal census, for
 the demolition, relocation, and reconstruction of a public
 wastewater treatment plant and the development of a public
 green space:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    (8)  For a city with a population between 2,545 and 2,555 in
 the last preceding certified federal census, for a streetscape
 project that reconstructs existing horizontal infrastructure
 and lighting systems utilizing sustainable development
 practices:
 .................................................. $  1,175,000
    (9)  For a city with a population between 2,200 and 2,220 in
 the last preceding certified federal census, for construction
 of a public city building:
 .................................................. $    475,000
    (10)  For a city with a population between 2,558 and 2,565
 in the last preceding certified federal census, for the
 installation of backflow prevention devices for the city's
 storm sewer system:
 .................................................. $    600,000
    (11)  For a city with a population between 6,875 and 6,890
 in the last preceding certified federal census, for the
 construction of grade control structures and associated grading
 to mitigate future water damage to residential structures:
 .................................................. $    300,000
    b.  To the Iowa jobs board for a disaster prevention program
 created in section 16.194A for grants for cities and counties
 that apply smart planning principles and guidelines pursuant to
 sections 18B.1 and 18B.2, as enacted in this Act:
 .................................................. $ 30,000,000
    5.  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    a.  For state park infrastructure improvements:
 .................................................. $  5,000,000
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph,
 $100,000 shall be allocated for the renovation of a clubhouse
 in a state park in a county with a population between 20,200
 and 20,250 in the last preceding certified federal census.
    b.  For implementation of lake projects that have
 established watershed improvement initiatives and community
 support in accordance with the department's annual lake
 restoration plan and report:
 .................................................. $  3,000,000
    6.  STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
    a.  For costs associated with the construction and
 establishment of the Iowa institute for biomedical discovery at
 the state university of Iowa:
 .................................................. $ 10,000,000
    b.  For deposit into the alternate energy revolving loan
 fund created in section 476.46 to encourage the development
 of alternate energy production facilities and small hydro
 facilities, as defined in section 476.42, within the state:
 .................................................. $  5,000,000
    Any award of loans to private individuals or organizations
 must be for the public purpose of encouraging the development
 of alternate energy production facilities and small hydro
 facilities within the state in order to conserve finite and
 expensive energy resources and to provide for their most
 efficient use.  Funds from bond proceeds shall not be used for
 administration or planning purposes.  These moneys, and any
 loan repayments, shall be maintained in separate accounts and
 shall only be used for these public purposes.
    7.  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    a.  For grants for rail projects including wind energy rail
 port projects that provide assistance consistent with the
 purposes of section 327H.20A:
 .................................................. $  7,500,000
    Grants awarded pursuant to this lettered paragraph shall
 meet all of the following selection criteria:
    (1)  Be located in or adjacent to a rail industrial park.
    (2)  Be a facility that serves multiple industrial clients
 with   one rail infrastructure investment.
    (3)  Accommodate building and loading a complete unit train
 in the rail port.
    (4)  Have connection tracks with adequate clearances to
 transport large components.
    (5)  Be located in an area with short unimpeded access for
 oversized wind components to a divided four=lane highway.
    A grant awarded for a project under this lettered
 paragraph "a" shall not exceed more than forty percent of the
 appropriation in this lettered paragraph.
    Priority in the awarding of grants shall be given to
 communities that have experienced exceptional economic
 setbacks. An additional preference shall be given to a county
 that has lost nine percent of its workforce to a permanent
 factory closing where the laid off workers are trade adjustment
 assistance eligible.
    b.  For the public transit infrastructure grant program in
 section 324A.6A:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    c.  For infrastructure improvements at the commercial air
 service airports within the state:
 .................................................. $  1,500,000
    Fifty percent of the funds appropriated in this lettered
 paragraph shall be allocated equally between each commercial
 air service airport, forty percent of the funds shall be
 allocated based on the percentage that the number of enplaned
 passengers at each commercial air service airport bears to the
 total number of enplaned passengers in the state during the
 previous fiscal year, and ten percent of the funds shall be
 allocated based on the percentage that the air cargo tonnage
 at each commercial air service airport bears to the total air
 cargo tonnage in the state during the previous fiscal year.  In
 order for a commercial air service airport to receive funding
 under this lettered paragraph, the airport shall be required
 to submit applications for funding of specific projects to the
 department for approval by the state transportation commission.
    d.  For infrastructure projects relating to functionally
 obsolete and structurally deficient bridges:
 .................................................. $ 10,000,000
    8.  TREASURER OF STATE
    For transfer to the watershed improvement review board
 created in section 466A.3 for grants associated with the
 construction and restoration of wetland easements and flood
 prevention projects:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    Notwithstanding section 466A.5, moneys from the
 appropriation in this subsection shall not be used for
 administrative purposes.
    Sec. 11.  TAX=EXEMPT STATUS == USE OF APPROPRIATIONS.
    1.  Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this
 division of this Act shall be made in a manner that does not
 adversely affect the tax=exempt status of any outstanding bonds
 issued by the treasurer of state.
    2.  Payment of moneys from the appropriations in this
 division of this Act shall not be used for administrative or
 planning purposes.
    Sec. 12.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
 specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
 moneys made from an appropriation in this division of this Act
 shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
 ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
 appropriation was made.  However, if the project or projects
 for which such appropriation was made are completed in an
 earlier fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall
 revert at the close of that same fiscal year.
    Sec. 13.  EFFECTIVE UPON ENACTMENT.  The section of this
 division of this Act enacting section 12.88A, being deemed of
 immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.
                           DIVISION V
                         PRISON BONDING
    Sec. 14.    There is appropriated from the FY 2009 prison
 bonding fund created pursuant to section 12.79 to the
 department of corrections for the fiscal year beginning July
 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, the following amount, or
 so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purpose
 designated:
    For costs associated with the building of a new Iowa State
 penitentiary at Fort Madison:
 .................................................. $    322,500
    The appropriation made in this section constitutes approval
 by the general assembly for the issuance of bonds by the
 treasurer of state pursuant to section 12.80.
    Sec. 15.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
 specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
 moneys made from an appropriation in this division of this Act
 shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
 the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
 ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
 appropriation was made.  However, if the project or projects
 for which such appropriation was made are completed in an
 earlier fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall
 revert at the close of that same fiscal year.
                           DIVISION VI
 IOWA COMPREHENSIVE PETROLEUM UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK FUND ==
                  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    Sec. 16.    There is appropriated from the Iowa comprehensive
 petroleum underground storage tank fund to the department of
 transportation for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and
 ending June 30, 2011, the following amount, or so much thereof
 as is necessary, to be used for the purposes designated:
    Notwithstanding section 455G.3, subsection 1, for deposit in
 the passenger rail service revolving fund created in section
 327J.2:
 .................................................. $  2,000,000
    Such funds shall be coupled with the remaining unobligated
 balance of up to one million five hundred thousand dollars from
 the appropriation made in 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184, section
 1, subsection 12, paragraph "a", for a total commitment of
 three million five hundred thousand dollars for the fiscal year
 beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, for matching
 federal funding available through the Passenger Rail Investment
 and Improvement Act of 2008.
                          DIVISION VII
                         SMART PLANNING
    Sec. 17.  NEW SECTION.  18B.1  Iowa smart planning principles.
    State agencies, local governments, and other public entities
 shall consider and may apply the following principles during
 deliberation of all appropriate planning, zoning, development,
 and resource management decisions, except that nothing in
 this section shall be construed to expand the eminent domain
 authority of a state agency, local government, or other public
 entity beyond that which is authorized under chapter 6A or 6B:
    1.  Collaboration.  Governmental, community, and individual
 stakeholders, including those outside the jurisdiction of the
 entity, are encouraged to be involved and provide comment
 during deliberation of planning, zoning, development, and
 resource management decisions and during implementation of such
 decisions. The state agency, local government, or other public
 entity is encouraged to develop and implement a strategy to
 facilitate such participation.
    2.  Efficiency, transparency, and consistency.  Planning,
 zoning, development, and resource management should be
 undertaken to provide efficient, transparent, and consistent
 outcomes.  Individuals, communities, regions, and governmental
 entities should share in the responsibility to promote the
 equitable distribution of development benefits and costs.
    3.  Clean, renewable, and efficient energy.  Planning, zoning,
 development, and resource management should be undertaken to
 promote clean and renewable energy use and increased energy
 efficiency.
    4.  Occupational diversity.  Planning, zoning, development,
 and resource management should promote increased diversity
 of employment and business opportunities, promote access to
 education and training, expand entrepreneurial opportunities,
 and promote the establishment of businesses in locations near
 existing housing, infrastructure, and transportation.
    5.  Revitalization.  Planning, zoning, development, and
 resource management should facilitate the revitalization
 of established town centers and neighborhoods by promoting
 development that conserves land, protects historic resources,
 promotes pedestrian accessibility, and integrates different
 uses of property.  Remediation and reuse of existing
 sites, structures, and infrastructure is preferred over new
 construction in undeveloped areas.
    6.  Housing diversity.  Planning, zoning, development, and
 resource management should encourage diversity in the types
 of available housing, support the rehabilitation of existing
 housing, and promote the location of housing near public
 transportation and employment centers.
    7.  Community character.  Planning, zoning, development, and
 resource management should promote activities and development
 that are consistent with the character and architectural style
 of the community and should respond to local values regarding
 the physical character of the community.
    8.  Natural resources and agricultural protection.
 Planning, zoning, development, and resource management should
 emphasize protection, preservation, and restoration of natural
 resources, agricultural land, and cultural and historic
 landscapes, and should increase the availability of open spaces
 and recreational facilities.
    9.  Sustainable design.  Planning, zoning, development, and
 resource management should promote developments, buildings, and
 infrastructure that utilize sustainable design and construction
 standards and conserve natural resources by reducing waste and
 pollution through efficient use of land, energy, water, air,
 and materials.
    10.  Transportation diversity.  Planning, zoning,
 development, and resource management should promote expanded
 transportation options for residents of the community.
 Consideration should be given to transportation options that
 maximize mobility, reduce congestion, conserve fuel, and
 improve air quality.
    Sec. 18.  NEW SECTION.  18B.2  Local comprehensive planning
 and development guidelines.
    1.  For the purposes of this chapter, unless the context
 otherwise requires:
    a.  (1)  "Development" means any of the following:
    (a)  Construction, reconstruction, renovation, mining,
 extraction, dredging, filling, excavation, or drilling activity
 or operation.
    (b)  Man=made changes in the use or appearance of any
 structure or in the land itself.
    (c)  The division or subdivision of land.
    (d)  Any change in the intensity of use or the use of land.
    (2)  "Development" does not include any of the following:
    (a)  Activities on or uses of agricultural land, farm houses,
 or agricultural buildings or structures, unless such buildings
 or structures are located in the flood plain of a river or
 stream.
    (b)  Installation, operation, and maintenance of soil and
 water conservation practices.
    (c)  The choice of crops or a change in the choice of crops
 on agricultural land.
    b.  "Land development regulations" means zoning, subdivision,
 site plan, corridor map, floodplain or storm water ordinances,
 rules, or regulations, or other governmental controls that
 affect the use of property.
    c.  "Municipality" means a city or a county.
    2.  A municipality shall consider the smart planning
 principles under section 18B.1 and may include the following
 information, if applicable, when developing or amending
 a comprehensive plan under chapter 335 or chapter 414 or
 when developing or amending other local land development
 regulations:
    a.  Information relating to public participation during
 the creation of the comprehensive plan or land development
 regulations, including documentation of the public
 participation process, a compilation of objectives, policies,
 and goals identified in the public comment received, and
 identification of the groups or individuals comprising any work
 groups or committees that were created to assist the planning
 and zoning commission or other appropriate decision=making body
 of the municipality.
    b.  Information relating to the primary characteristics
 of the municipality and a description of how each of those
 characteristics impacts future development of the municipality.
 Such information may include historical information about
 the municipality, the municipality's geography, natural
 resources, natural hazards, population, demographics, types of
 employers and industry, labor force, political and community
 institutions, housing, transportation, educational resources,
 and cultural and recreational resources.  The comprehensive
 plan or land development regulations may also identify
 characteristics and community aesthetics that are important to
 future development of the municipality.
    c.  Objectives, information, and programs that identify
 current land uses within the municipality and that guide the
 future development and redevelopment of property, consistent
 with the municipality's characteristics identified under
 paragraph "b".  The comprehensive plan or land development
 regulations may include information on the amount, type,
 intensity, and density of existing land use, trends in
 the market price of land used for specific purposes, and
 plans for future land use throughout the municipality.  The
 comprehensive plan or land development regulations may identify
 and include information on property that has the possibility
 for redevelopment, a map of existing and potential land use
 and land use conflicts, information and maps relating to
 the current and future provision of utilities within the
 municipality, information and maps that identify the current
 and future boundaries for areas reserved for soil conservation,
 water supply conservation, flood control, and surface water
 drainage and removal.  Information provided under this
 paragraph may also include an analysis of the current and
 potential impacts on local watersheds and air quality.
    d.  Objectives, policies, and programs to further the
 vitality and character of established residential neighborhoods
 and new residential neighborhoods and plans to ensure an
 adequate housing supply that meets both the existing and
 forecasted housing demand.  The comprehensive plan or land
 development regulations may include an inventory and analysis
 of the local housing stock and may include specific information
 such as age, condition, type, market value, occupancy, and
 historical characteristics of all the housing within the
 municipality.  The comprehensive plan or land development
 regulations may identify specific policies and programs that
 promote the development of new housing and maintenance or
 rehabilitation of existing housing and that provide a range of
 housing choices that meet the needs of the residents of the
 municipality.
    e.  Objectives, policies, and programs to guide future
 development of sanitary sewer service, storm water management,
 water supply, solid waste disposal, wastewater treatment
 technologies, recycling facilities, and telecommunications
 facilities. The comprehensive plan or land development
 regulations may include estimates regarding future demand for
 such utility services.
    f.  Objectives, policies, and programs to guide the future
 development of a safe, convenient, efficient, and economical
 transportation system.  Plans for such a transportation system
 may be coordinated with state and regional transportation
 plans and take into consideration the need for diverse modes
 of transportation, accessibility, improved air quality, and
 interconnectivity of the various modes of transportation.
    g.  Objectives, policies, and programs to promote the
 stabilization, retention, or expansion of economic development
 and employment opportunities.  The comprehensive plan or land
 development regulations may include an analysis of current
 industries and economic activity and identify economic growth
 goals for the municipality.  The comprehensive plan or land
 development regulations may also identify locations for future
 brownfield or grayfield development.
    h.  Objectives, policies, and programs addressing
 preservation and protection of agricultural and natural
 resources.
    i.  Objectives, policies, and programs to assist future
 development of educational facilities, cemeteries, health
 care facilities, child care facilities, law enforcement and
 fire protection facilities, libraries, and other governmental
 facilities that are necessary or desirable to meet the
 projected needs of the municipality.
    j.  Objectives, policies, and programs to identify
 characteristics and qualities that make the municipality unique
 and that are important to the municipality's heritage and
 quality of life.
    k.  Objectives, policies, and programs that identify the
 natural and other hazards that have the greatest likelihood of
 impacting the municipality or that pose a risk of catastrophic
 damage as such hazards relate to land use and development
 decisions, as well as the steps necessary to mitigate risk
 after considering the local hazard mitigation plan approved by
 the federal emergency management agency.
    l.  Objectives, policies, and programs for joint planning
 and joint decision making with other municipalities or
 governmental entities, including school districts and drainage
 districts, for siting and constructing public facilities and
 sharing public services.  The comprehensive plan or land
 development regulations may identify existing or potential
 conflicts between the municipality and other local governments
 related to future development of the municipality and may
 include recommendations for resolving such conflicts.  The
 comprehensive plan or land development regulations may
 also identify opportunities to collaborate and partner with
 neighboring jurisdictions and other entities in the region for
 projects of mutual interest.
    m.  A compilation of programs and specific actions necessary
 to implement any provision of the comprehensive plan, including
 changes to any applicable land development regulations,
 official maps, or subdivision ordinances.
    3.  A municipality's comprehensive plan developed using the
 guidelines under this section shall address prevention and
 mitigation of, response to, and recovery from a catastrophic
 flood.
    Sec. 19.  Section 28I.4, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    28I.4  Powers and duties.
    1.  The commission shall have the power and duty to
 make comprehensive studies and plans for the development
 of the area it serves which will guide the unified
 development of the area and which will eliminate planning
 duplication and promote economy and efficiency in the
 co=ordinated coordinated development of the area and the
 general welfare, convenience, safety, and prosperity of its
 people. The plan or plans collectively shall be known as
 the regional or metropolitan development plan.  The plans
 for the development of the area may include, but shall not
 be limited to, recommendations with respect to existing
 and proposed highways, bridges, airports, streets, parks
 and recreational areas, schools and public institutions and
 public utilities, public open spaces, and sites for public
 buildings and structures; districts for residence, business,
 industry, recreation, agriculture, and forestry; water supply,
 sanitation, drainage, protection against floods and other
 disasters; areas for housing developments, slum clearance
 and urban renewal and redevelopment; location of private
 and public utilities, including but not limited to sewerage
 and water supply systems; and such other recommendations
 concerning current and impending problems as may affect the
 area served by the commission.  Time and priority schedules and
 cost estimates for the accomplishment of the recommendations
 may also be included in the plans.  The plans shall be made
 with consideration of the smart planning principles under
 section 18B.1.  The plans shall be based upon and include
 appropriate studies of the location and extent of present
 and anticipated populations; social, physical, and economic
 resources, problems and trends; and governmental conditions and
 trends.  The commission is also authorized to make surveys,
 land=use studies, and urban renewal plans, provide technical
 services and other planning work for the area it serves and
 for cities, counties, and other political subdivisions in
 the area.  A plan or plans of the commission may be adopted,
 added to, and changed from time to time by a majority
 vote of the planning commission.  The plan or plans may in
 whole or in part be adopted by the governing bodies of the
 co=operating cooperating cities and counties as the general
 plans of such cities and counties.  The commission may also
 assist the governing bodies and other public authorities or
 agencies within the area it serves in carrying out any regional
 plan or plans, and assist any planning commission, board or
 agency of the cities and counties and political subdivisions
 in the preparation or effectuation of local plans and planning
 consistent with the program of the commission.  The commission
 may co=operate cooperate and confer, as far as possible, with
 planning agencies of other states or of regional groups of
 states adjoining its area.
    2.  A planning commission formed under the provisions of
 this chapter shall, upon designation as such by the governor,
 serve as a district, regional, or metropolitan agency for
 comprehensive planning for its area for the purpose of carrying
 out the functions as defined for such an agency by federal,
 state, and local laws and regulations.
    Sec. 20.  Section 329.3, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    329.3  Zoning regulations == powers granted.
    Every municipality having an airport hazard area within
 its territorial limits may adopt, administer, and enforce
 in the manner and upon the conditions prescribed by this
 chapter, zoning regulations for such airport hazard area,
 which regulations may divide such area into zones and, within
 such zones, specify the land uses permitted, and regulate
 and restrict, for the purpose of preventing airport hazards,
 the height to which structures and trees may be erected or
 permitted to grow.  Regulations adopted under this chapter
 shall be made with consideration of the smart planning
 principles under section 18B.1.
    Sec. 21.  Section 335.5, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    335.5  Objectives.
    1.  The regulations shall be made in accordance with a
 comprehensive plan and designed to preserve the availability
 of agricultural land; to consider the protection of soil
 from wind and water erosion; to encourage efficient urban
 development patterns; to lessen congestion in the street or
 highway; to secure safety from fire, flood, panic, and other
 dangers; to protect health and the general welfare; to provide
 adequate light and air; to prevent the overcrowding of land;
 to avoid undue concentration of population; to promote the
 conservation of energy resources; to promote reasonable access
 to solar energy; and to facilitate the adequate provision of
 transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks, and other
 public requirements.  However, provisions of this section
 relating to the objectives of energy conservation and access
 to solar energy shall not be construed as voiding any zoning
 regulation existing on July 1, 1981, or to require zoning in a
 county that did not have zoning prior to July 1, 1981.
    2.  Such The regulations shall be made with reasonable
 consideration, among other things, as to the character of the
 area of the district and the peculiar suitability of such area
 for particular uses, and with a view to conserving the value
 of buildings and encouraging the most appropriate use of land
 throughout such county.
    3.  The regulations and comprehensive plan shall be made with
 consideration of the smart planning principles under section
 18B.1 and may include the information specified in section
 18B.2, subsection 2.
    4.  a.  A comprehensive plan recommended for adoption by
 the zoning commission established under section 335.8, may be
 adopted by the board of supervisors.  The board of supervisors
 may amend a proposed comprehensive plan prior to adoption.  The
 board of supervisors shall publish notice of the meeting at
 which the comprehensive plan will be considered for adoption.
 The notice shall be published as provided in section 331.305.
    b.  Following its adoption, copies of the comprehensive plan
 shall be sent or made available to neighboring counties, cities
 within the county, the council of governments or regional
 planning commission where the county is located, and public
 libraries within the county.
    c.  Following its adoption, a comprehensive plan may be
 amended by the board of supervisors at any time.
    Sec. 22.  Section 335.8, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    335.8  Commission appointed.
    1.  In order to avail itself of the powers conferred by this
 chapter, the board of supervisors shall appoint a commission,
 a majority of whose members shall reside within the county
 but outside the corporate limits of any city, to be known as
 the county zoning commission, to recommend the boundaries of
 the various original districts, and appropriate regulations
 and restrictions to be enforced therein. Such commission
 shall, with due diligence, prepare a preliminary report and
 hold public hearings thereon before submitting its final
 report; and the board of supervisors shall not hold its public
 hearings or take action until it has received the final report
 of such commission. After the adoption of such regulations,
 restrictions, and boundaries of districts, the zoning
 commission may, from time to time, recommend to the board of
 supervisors amendments, supplements, changes or modifications.
    2.  The zoning commission may recommend to the board of
 supervisors for adoption a comprehensive plan pursuant to
 section 335.5, or amendments thereto.
    3.  The zoning commission, with the approval of the board
 of supervisors, may contract with professional consultants,
 regional planning commissions, the Iowa department of economic
 development, or the federal government, for local planning
 assistance.
    Sec. 23.  Section 414.3, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    414.3  Basis of regulations.
    1.  The regulations shall be made in accordance with a
 comprehensive plan and designed to preserve the availability of
 agricultural land; to consider the protection of soil from wind
 and water erosion; to encourage efficient urban development
 patterns; to lessen congestion in the street; to secure safety
 from fire, flood, panic, and other dangers; to promote health
 and the general welfare; to provide adequate light and air; to
 prevent the overcrowding of land; to avoid undue concentration
 of population; to promote the conservation of energy resources;
 to promote reasonable access to solar energy; and to facilitate
 the adequate provision of transportation, water, sewerage,
 schools, parks, and other public requirements. However,
 provisions of this section relating to the objectives of energy
 conservation and access to solar energy do not void any zoning
 regulation existing on July 1, 1981, or require zoning in a
 city that did not have zoning prior to July 1, 1981.
    2.  Such The regulations shall be made with reasonable
 consideration, among other things, as to the character of the
 area of the district and the peculiar suitability of such area
 for particular uses, and with a view to conserving the value
 of buildings and encouraging the most appropriate use of land
 throughout such city.
    3.  The regulations and comprehensive plan shall be made with
 consideration of the smart planning principles under section
 18B.1 and may include the information specified in section
 18B.2, subsection 2.
    4.  a.  A comprehensive plan recommended for adoption by
 the zoning commission established under section 414.6, may be
 adopted by the council.  The council may amend the proposed
 comprehensive plan prior to adoption.  The council shall
 publish notice of the meeting at which the comprehensive plan
 will be considered for adoption.  The notice shall be published
 as provided in section 362.3.
    b.  Following its adoption, copies of the comprehensive plan
 shall be sent or made available to the county in which the city
 is located, neighboring counties and cities, the council of
 governments or regional planning commission where the city is
 located, and public libraries within the city.
    c.  Following its adoption, a comprehensive plan may be
 amended by the council at any time.
    Sec. 24.  Section 414.6, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    414.6  Zoning commission.
    1.  In order to avail itself of the powers conferred by
 this chapter, the council shall appoint a commission, to be
 known as the zoning commission, to recommend the boundaries of
 the various original districts, and appropriate regulations
 and restrictions to be enforced therein. Where a city plan
 commission already exists, it may be appointed as the zoning
 commission. Such commission shall, with due diligence, prepare
 a preliminary report and hold public hearings thereon before
 submitting its final report; and such council shall not hold
 its public hearings or take action until it has received the
 final report of such commission. After the adoption of such
 regulations, restrictions, and boundaries of districts, the
 zoning commission may, from time to time, recommend to the
 council amendments, supplements, changes, or modifications.
    2.  The zoning commission may recommend to the council for
 adoption a comprehensive plan pursuant to section 414.3, or
 amendments thereto.
    Sec. 25.  IOWA SMART PLANNING TASK FORCE.
    1.  An Iowa smart planning task force is established
 consisting of twenty=nine voting members and four ex officio,
 nonvoting members.
    2.  Members of the task force shall consist of all of the
 following:
    a.  Fourteen state agency director or administrator members
 consisting of all of the following:
    (1)  The director of the department on aging or the
 director's designee.
    (2)  The director of the department of economic development
 or the director's designee.
    (3)  The secretary of agriculture and land stewardship or the
 secretary's designee.
    (4)  The director of the department of cultural affairs or
 the director's designee.
    (5)  The director of the department of public health or the
 director's designee.
    (6)  The director of the department of management or the
 director's designee.
    (7)  The director of the department of natural resources or
 the director's designee.
    (8)  The director of the department of workforce development
 or the director's designee.
    (9)  The director of the office of energy independence or the
 director's designee.
    (10)  The director of the department of transportation or the
 director's designee.
    (11)  The administrator of the homeland security and
 emergency management division of the department of public
 defense or the administrator's designee.
    (12)  The director of the rebuild Iowa office or the
 director's designee.
    (13)  The state building code commissioner or the
 commissioner's designee.
    (14)  The chairperson of the utilities board within the
 utilities division of the department of commerce or the
 chairperson's designee.
    b.  Chairperson of the department of community and regional
 planning at Iowa state university or the chairperson's
 designee.
    c.  Director of the urban and regional planning program at
 the university of Iowa or the director's designee.
    d.  Director of the institute for decision making at the
 university of northern Iowa or the director's designee.
    e.  President of the Iowa chapter of the American planning
 association or the president's designee.
    f.  Executive director of the Iowa association of regional
 councils or the executive director's designee.
    g.  President of the Iowa chapter of the American institute
 of architects or the president's designee.
    h.  Executive director of the Iowa league of cities or the
 executive director's designee.
    i.  Executive director of the Iowa state association of
 counties or the executive director's designee.
    j.  President of the executive committee of the school
 administrators of Iowa or the president's designee.
    k.  A representative appointed by the governor from a city
 having a population of five thousand or less according to the
 2000 certified federal census.
    l.  A representative appointed by the governor from a city
 having a population of more than five thousand and less than
 twenty=five thousand according to the 2000 certified federal
 census.
    m.  A representative appointed by the governor from a city
 having a population of twenty=five thousand or more according
 to the 2000 certified federal census.
    n.  A representative appointed by the governor from a county
 having a population of ten thousand or less according to the
 2000 certified federal census.
    o.  A representative appointed by the governor from a county
 having a population of more than ten thousand and less than
 fifty thousand according to the 2000 certified federal census.
    p.  A representative appointed by the governor from a county
 having a population of fifty thousand or more according to the
 2000 certified federal census.
    3.  The task force shall include four members of the general
 assembly serving as ex officio, nonvoting members, with not
 more than one member from each chamber being from the same
 political party.  The two senators shall be appointed one each
 by the majority leader of the senate after consultation with
 the president of the senate, and by the minority leader of the
 senate.  The two representatives shall be appointed one each by
 the speaker of the house of representatives after consultation
 with the majority leader of the house of representatives, and
 by the minority leader of the house of representatives.
    4.  The task force may establish committees and
 subcommittees comprised of members of the task force.
    5.  Members of the task force designated in subsection 2,
 paragraphs "k" through "p" shall serve at the pleasure of the
 governor. For the members of the task force designated in
 subsection 2, paragraphs "k" through "p", at least one member
 shall have experience in real estate, at least one member shall
 have experience in land development, and at least one member
 shall have experience in residential construction.
    6.  A vacancy on the task force shall be filled in the same
 manner as the original appointment.
    7.  a.  A majority of the members of the task force
 constitutes a quorum.  Any action taken by the task force
 must be adopted by the affirmative vote of a majority of its
 membership. A task force member's designee may vote on task
 force matters in the absence of the member.
    b.  The task force shall elect a chairperson and vice
 chairperson from the membership of the task force.
    c.  The task force shall meet at least four times before
 November 15, 2010.  Meetings of the task force may be called
 by the chairperson or by a majority of the members.  However,
 the first meeting of the task force shall be called by the
 governor.
    d.  Members of the task force shall not be compensated for
 meeting participation or reimbursed for costs associated with
 meeting attendance.  A legislative member is not eligible for
 per diem and expenses as provided in section 2.10.
    8.  The director of the department of management, or the
 director's designee, shall provide staff assistance and
 administrative support to the task force. The task force
 may request information or other assistance from the Iowa
 association of regional councils.
    9.  The director of the department of management, or the
 director's designee, shall seek funding to support municipal
 comprehensive planning in this state.
    10.  The task force shall comply with the requirements of
 chapters 21 and 22.  The department of management shall be the
 official repository of task force records.
    11.  The duties of the task force shall include but are not
 limited to the following:
    a.  Consult land use experts, representatives of cities
 and counties, agricultural and environmental interests, urban
 and regional planning experts, reports or information from
 the local government innovation commission, and all other
 information deemed relevant by task force members.
    b.  Solicit information from the general public on matters
 related to comprehensive planning.
    c.  Evaluate state policies, programs, statutes, and rules
 to determine whether any state policies, programs, statutes, or
 rules should be revised to integrate the Iowa smart planning
 principles under section 18B.1.
    d.  Develop statewide goals for comprehensive planning that
 utilize the Iowa smart planning principles under section 18B.1,
 and develop recommendations for a process to measure progress
 toward achieving those goals.
    e.  Evaluate and develop incentives to conduct local and
 regional comprehensive planning, including but not limited to
 state financial and technical assistance.
    f.  Develop a model for regional comprehensive planning
 within the state and recommend partnerships between state
 agencies, local governments, educational institutions, and
 research facilities.
    g.  Review municipal comprehensive plans to determine the
 number of such plans that address the hazards identified in
 section 18B.2, subsection 2, paragraph "k", and the adequacy of
 such plans in addressing those hazards.
    h.  Develop a set of recommendations that is consistent with
 the Iowa smart planning principles under section 18B.1 and that
 does all of the following:
    (1)  Coordinates, facilitates, and centralizes the exchange
 of information related to state and local planning, zoning, and
 development between state agencies and the general assembly.
    (2)  Coordinates discussions concerning a proposed
 geographic information system between the producers and the
 users of such systems.
    (3)  Allows the efficient production and dissemination of
 population and other demographic statistical forecasts.
    (4)  Creates a centralized electronic storage location for
 all comprehensive plans adopted under chapter 335 or chapter
 414.
    (5)  Facilitates the cooperation of state and local
 governments with comprehensive planning, educational, and
 research programs.
    (6)  Provides and administers technical and financial
 assistance for state and local comprehensive planning.
    (7)  Provides information to local governments relating
 to state and federal resources and other resources for
 comprehensive planning.
    12.  The task force shall prepare a report that includes
 goals, recommendations, and other information described in
 subsection 11, to the governor and the general assembly on or
 before November 15, 2010.
    13.  The task force is dissolved on December 31, 2012.
                          DIVISION VIII
                      GROW IOWA VALUES FUND
    Sec. 26.    There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund to the department of economic development
 for deposit in the grow Iowa values fund, for the fiscal year
 beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, the following
 amount, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c":
 .................................................. $ 38,000,000
    Sec. 27.  GROW IOWA VALUES FUND APPROPRIATION REDUCTION.  In
 lieu of the $50,000,000 appropriated for the fiscal year
 beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, from
 the grow Iowa values fund to the department of economic
 development pursuant to section 15G.111, subsection 3, there is
 appropriated from the grow Iowa values fund to the department
 of economic development for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, $38,000,000 for the purposes of
 making expenditures pursuant to chapter 15G.
    Sec. 28.  GROW IOWA VALUES FUND ALLOCATIONS.  In lieu of the
 amounts allocated pursuant to section 15G.111, subsections 4
 through 10, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and
 ending June 30, 2011, of the $38,000,000 appropriated to the
 department of economic development pursuant to this division of
 this Act, the department shall allocate the following amounts
 for the following purposes as described in section 15G.111,
 subsections 4 through 10:
    1.  For departmental purposes, $21,363,600.
    2.  For the state board of regents institutions, $3,800,000.
    3.  For state parks, $760,000.
    4.  For deposit in the Iowa cultural trust fund, $760,000.
    5.  For community colleges, $5,320,000.
    6.  For regional financial assistance, $760,000.
    Of the moneys allocated pursuant to this subsection and in
 lieu of the three hundred fifty thousand dollars transferred
 under section 15G.111, subsection 9, paragraph "a", the
 department shall transfer two hundred sixty=six thousand
 dollars to Iowa state university of science and technology, for
 purposes of providing financial assistance to establish small
 business development centers.
    7.  For commercialization services, $4,389,000.
    8.  For targeted small business, $847,400.
    Sec. 29.  Section 15.247, subsection 3, Code Supplement
 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    3.  a.  All moneys designated for the targeted small business
 financial assistance program shall be credited to the program
 account. The department shall determine the actuarially
 sound reserve requirement for the amount of guaranteed loans
 outstanding.
    b.  Of the moneys credited to the program account, the
 department may allocate an amount necessary for marketing and
 compliance and an amount for the provision of the mentoring
 services required under subsection 7.
    Sec. 30.  Section 15G.110, Code Supplement 2009, is amended
 to read as follows:
    15G.110  Appropriation.
    1.  For the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2005, and ending
 June 30, 2008, and for the fiscal period beginning July 1,
 2010 2011, and ending June 30, 2015, there is appropriated to
 the department of economic development each fiscal year fifty
 million dollars from the general fund of the state for deposit
 in the grow Iowa values fund.
    2.  For the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2008, and ending
 June 30, 2010 2011, there is appropriated to the department of
 economic development each fiscal year fifty million dollars
 from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund for deposit in the
 grow Iowa values fund, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection
 6, paragraph "c".
    Sec. 31.  Section 15G.111, subsection 2, paragraph b, Code
 Supplement 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    b.  Moneys credited to the fund are not subject to section
 8.33. Notwithstanding section 12C.7, interest or earnings on
 moneys in the fund shall be credited to the fund.  Interest
 or earnings on moneys in the fund are appropriated to the
 department. Of the moneys appropriated to the department
 pursuant to this paragraph, the department shall make the
 following allocations:
    (1)  For each fiscal year of the fiscal period beginning
 July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2013, the department shall
 allocate not more than one hundred seventy=five thousand
 dollars for purposes of providing financial assistance to
 Iowa's councils of governments.
    (2)  For each fiscal year of the fiscal period beginning
 July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2013, the department shall
 allocate not more than two hundred thousand dollars for
 purposes of providing support and administrative assistance to
 the vision Iowa board, the community attraction and tourism
 program, and river enhancement community attraction and tourism
 projects.
    (3)  For each fiscal year of the fiscal period beginning
 July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2013, the department shall
 allocate the remaining amount of interest or earnings on moneys
 in the fund for purposes of providing financial assistance
 under the disaster recovery component of the grow Iowa values
 financial assistance program. All moneys allocated pursuant to
 this subparagraph that remain unexpended or unobligated at the
 end of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, shall revert and
 be credited to the fund.
    Sec. 32.  Section 15G.111, subsection 4, unnumbered
 paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    Of the moneys appropriated to the department pursuant
  to subsection 3, the department shall allocate
 thirty=two twenty=eight million five hundred thousand dollars
 each fiscal year as follows:
    Sec. 33.  Section 15G.111, subsection 10, Code Supplement
 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    10.  Commercialization Innovation and commercialization
 services.  Of the moneys appropriated to the department
 pursuant to subsection 3, the department shall allocate
 three five million five hundred thousand dollars for deposit in
 the innovation and commercialization development fund created
 in section 15.412.
    Sec. 34.  Section 15G.111, Code Supplement 2009, is amended
 by adding the following new subsection:
    NEW SUBSECTION.  11.  Targeted small businesses.  Of the
 moneys appropriated to the department pursuant to subsection 3,
 the department shall allocate one million dollars for deposit
 in the targeted small business financial assistance program
 account established pursuant to section 15.247 within the
 strategic investment fund created in section 15.313.
                           DIVISION IX
                SMALL BUSINESS LINKED INVESTMENTS
    Sec. 35.  Section 12.43, subsection 5, unnumbered paragraph
 1, Code 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    In order to qualify under this program, all owners of the
 business or borrowers must not have a combined net worth
 exceeding seven nine hundred fifty seventy=five thousand
 dollars as defined in rules adopted by the treasurer of state
 pursuant to chapter 17A and the small business must meet all of
 the following criteria:
                           DIVISION X
                        SITE DEVELOPMENT
    Sec. 36.  Section 15E.18, Code 2009, is amended by striking
 the section and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
    15E.18  Site development consultations == certificates of
 readiness.
    1.  a.  The department shall consult with local governments
 and local economic development officials in regard to site
 development techniques. For purposes of this section, "site
 development techniques" include environmental evaluations,
 property and wetland delineation, and historical evaluations.
    b.  The department may charge a fee for providing site
 development consultations. The fee shall not exceed
 the reasonable cost to the department of providing the
 consultations. The amount of any fees collected by the
 department shall be deposited in the general fund of the state.
    2.  a.  A local government or local economic development
 official involved with the development of a site may apply to
 the department for a certificate of readiness verifying that
 the site is ready for development.
    b.  The department shall develop criteria for evaluating
 various types of sites in order to determine whether a
 particular site is ready for development based on the site's
 individual circumstances and the economic development goals of
 the applicant.
    c.  The department shall review applications for certificates
 of readiness and may issue a certificate of readiness to any
 site that meets the criteria developed under paragraph "b".
    3.  The department shall adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17A
 for the implementation of this section.
    Sec. 37.  SITE DEVELOPMENT CONSULTATIONS APPROPRIATION.
 There is appropriated from the school infrastructure fund
 created in section 12.82 to the department of economic
 development for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and
 ending June 30, 2011, the following amount, or so much thereof
 as is necessary, to be used for the purposes designated:
    For providing site development consultations pursuant to
 section 15E.18, including salaries, support, maintenance,
 miscellaneous purposes, and for not more than the following
 full=time equivalent positions:
 .................................................. $    175,000
 ............................................... FTEs       1.00
    Of the moneys appropriated to the department pursuant to
 this section, the department may allocate up to $75,000 for
 purposes of contracting with third parties to provide site
 development consultations.
                           DIVISION XI
                   INTERNET SITE FOR BUSINESS
                           ASSISTANCE
    Sec. 38.  BUSINESS ASSISTANCE INTERNET SITE.
    1.  The department of economic development, in consultation
 with other state agencies that provide financial and technical
 assistance to small businesses and with the state board of
 regents, shall create a business assistance internet site
 designed to assist small businesses in finding information
 related to the various kinds of technical and financial
 assistance available from the state of Iowa. The department
 may incorporate the internet site into its existing internet
 site as appropriate.
    2.  The internet site shall include links to the various
 internet sites maintained by other state agencies or the
 state board of regents that pertain to assistance for small
 businesses. The other state agencies and the board of regents
 shall assist the department of economic development in an
 effort to keep the information on the internet site up=to=date.
 The department of administrative services shall work with the
 department of economic development to ensure that the internet
 site is readily accessible to the public.
    Sec. 39.  BUSINESS ASSISTANCE INTERNET SITE APPROPRIATION.
 There is appropriated from the school infrastructure fund
 created in section 12.82 to the department of economic
 development for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and
 ending June 30, 2011, the following amount, or so much thereof
 as is necessary, to be used for the purposes designated:
    For purposes of creating a business assistance internet
 site:
 .................................................. $     20,000
                          DIVISION XII
                  REGULATORY ASSISTANCE INTERIM
                         STUDY COMMITTEE
    Sec. 40.  REGULATORY ASSISTANCE INTERIM STUDY COMMITTEE.
    1.  The legislative council is requested to establish an
 interim study committee to examine and make recommendations
 regarding methods of assisting small businesses that do not
 require direct financial incentives and regarding potential
 changes of law that would improve business licensing,
 regulatory compliance, and tax collection procedures.
    2.  The study committee shall be composed of five members of
 the house of representatives, five members of the senate, and
 five members of the general public who are also small business
 owners. Of the members of the senate, three members shall be
 appointed by the majority leader of the senate and two shall
 be appointed by the minority leader of the senate. Of the
 members of the house of representatives, three members shall
 be appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives,
 and two shall be appointed by the minority leader of the house
 of representatives.
    3.  a.  The study committee shall work with the department
 of economic development, the department of inspections and
 appeals, the insurance division of the department of commerce,
 the department of natural resources, the professional licensing
 and regulation bureau of the banking division of the department
 of commerce, the department of public health, the department
 of public safety, the department of revenue, the secretary of
 state, and the department of workforce development to study
 ways to improve the state's business licensing procedures.
    b.  In preparation for assisting with the interim study
 committee, a state agency listed in this subsection shall
 conduct an internal review to identify and prioritize
 its procedures as they pertain to businesses and business
 licensing.
    c.  A state agency listed in this subsection shall provide
 all necessary assistance to the interim study committee in
 making recommendations to the general assembly.
    4.  The interim study committee shall submit its
 recommendations to the general assembly on or before January
 14, 2011.
                          DIVISION XIII
                 SAVE OUR SMALL BUSINESSES FUND
                           AND PROGRAM
    Sec. 41.  NEW SECTION.  15.300  Findings and intent.
    1.  The general assembly finds all of the following:
    a.  That entrepreneurs and small businesses often have
 difficulty obtaining conventional loan financing, limiting
 their ability to expand, retain, and create additional jobs.
    b.  That a source of capital provided by the state could
 greatly assist entrepreneurs and small businesses in their
 efforts to upgrade or modernize equipment, realize additional
 efficiencies in their supply chains, improve their distribution
 and transportation margins, reduce facility costs through
 increased energy efficiency, and leverage other sources of
 business financing.
    2.  The purpose of the save our small businesses fund created
 in section 15.301 is to promote the creation and retention of
 jobs in the state's economy and to assist businesses to be more
 competitive by addressing the needs identified in subsection 1.
    Sec. 42.  NEW SECTION.  15.301  Save our small businesses fund
 and program.
    1.  a.  A save our small businesses fund is created in
 the state treasury under the control of the department and
 consisting of any moneys appropriated to the fund by the
 general assembly and any other moneys available and obtained or
 accepted by the department for placement in the fund.
    b.  Payments of interest, repayments of moneys loaned
 pursuant to this section, and recaptures of loans shall be
 deposited in the fund. The fund shall be used to provide
 financial assistance in the form of low=interest loans as
 provided under the program created in this section.
    c.  (1)  If, on March 31, 2011, there are unobligated moneys
 in the fund, such unobligated moneys shall revert to the
 general fund of the state.
    (2)  For each quarter, beginning with the first quarter after
 the reversion of moneys pursuant to subparagraph (1) and ending
 with the last quarter prior to the reversion of moneys pursuant
 to subparagraph (3), the department shall, on the last day
 of the quarter transfer to the general fund of the state the
 balance of unencumbered moneys in the fund.
    (3)  On March 31, 2016, all moneys in the fund shall revert
 to the general fund of the state.
    2.  a.  The department shall establish and administer a
 program for purposes of providing financial assistance to
 eligible small businesses. For purposes of this section,
 "financial assistance" means loans at an interest rate not to
 exceed three and nine=tenths percent per annum and "eligible
 small business" means a small business meeting the requirements
 of subsection 3.
    b.  (1)  The department may designate an organization to
 administer the provisions of this section on the department's
 behalf.
    (2)  In order to be designated, an organization must be
 a nonprofit organization exempt from taxation under section
 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and must be designated
 by the United States small business administration as a
 statewide microloan program provider.
    (3)  If the department elects to designate an organization
 pursuant to subparagraph (1), the department shall enter into
 an agreement with the organization for purposes of ensuring
 that the program is administered pursuant to the requirements
 of this section.
    (4)  An organization designated pursuant to subparagraph (1)
 may accept, evaluate, and approve applications for financial
 assistance from eligible small businesses pursuant to the
 requirements of this section and may monitor the compliance of
 eligible businesses with the terms of an agreement entered into
 with the department.
    (5)  All disbursements of moneys to recipients of financial
 assistance approved by an organization designated pursuant to
 subparagraph (1) shall be made by the department.
    (6)  All repayments of principal and interest on financial
 assistance provided under the program shall be remitted to the
 department and deposited in the fund.
    (7)  The department, with the assistance of an organization
 designated pursuant to subparagraph (1), may seek the recapture
 of financial assistance provided pursuant to this section as
 provided in subsection 4.
    c.  Financial assistance under the program shall be provided
 from the fund created in subsection 1.
    d.  Financial assistance to a small business shall be at
 least two thousand five hundred dollars, but shall not exceed
 fifty thousand dollars.
    e.  The department, under the terms of an agreement with the
 organization designated pursuant to paragraph "b", shall begin
 to provide financial assistance from the fund not later than
 August 1, 2010, and shall to the extent practicable obligate
 all available moneys in the fund prior to March 31, 2011.
    f.  A loan made to a small business under the program may
 be for any period of time, but the terms of such loan shall
 provide for the repayment of principal and interest prior to
 the date the moneys in the fund revert pursuant to subsection
 1, paragraph "c", subparagraph (3).
    3.  A business is eligible to apply for financial assistance
 under the program if the business meets all of the following
 criteria at the time of application:
    a.  The business has thirty=five or fewer full=time
 equivalent employees.
    b.  The business is located in Iowa.
    c.  The business is owned, operated, and actively managed by
 a resident of Iowa.
    d.  The business has a business plan and has received
 assistance in the development stage or the expansion stage
 from a small business development center or from a qualified
 public or nonprofit small business consultant as defined by the
 department.
    e.  If a business has been a going concern for two years or
 more, the business has not been found to be in violation of any
 environmental or worker safety laws, rules, or regulations.
    f.  The business only employs individuals legally authorized
 to work in this state.
    g.  The business does not engage in the production,
 depiction, or distribution of obscene material. For purposes
 of this paragraph, "obscene material" means the same as defined
 in section 728.1.
    h.  The business is not in bankruptcy and is not imminently
 contemplating filing for bankruptcy.
    4.  Upon approval of the application for financial
 assistance by the department or an organization designated
 pursuant to subsection 2, paragraph "b", the eligible business
 shall enter into an agreement with the department which shall
 include but not be limited to all of the following provisions:
    a.  If an eligible business, after receiving financial
 assistance, does not continue to meet one or more of the
 criteria for eligibility under subsection 3, except for
 subsection 3, paragraph "a", all or a portion of the financial
 assistance received is subject to disallowance, recapture, or
 immediate repayment.
    b.  If, after receiving financial assistance, an eligible
 business ceases operations within the state or removes a
 significant portion of its operations to a location outside
 of the state, all or a portion of the financial assistance
 received is subject to disallowance, recapture, or immediate
 repayment.
    5.  a.  An eligible business shall not receive more than one
 award of financial assistance under this section.
    b.  An eligible business that receives financial assistance
 under this section may subsequently apply for financial
 assistance under other programs administered by the department.
    c.  An eligible business that receives financial assistance
 under this section shall not use such financial assistance for
 purposes of meeting payroll obligations to employees.
    6.  a.  The small business development centers shall track
 the number of referrals for assistance made to the department
 for assistance under this section and shall include that number
 in the small business development center's annual report to the
 general assembly.
    b.  The department in conjunction with an organization
 designated pursuant to subsection 2, paragraph "b", shall
 by January 15 of each year submit a report on the program
 administered pursuant to this section to the general assembly.
 The report shall include information on the number of
 businesses that receive loans under the program and any other
 information the department deems relevant to assessing the
 success of the program.
    7.  The department shall adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17A
 as necessary to administer the program. The department may
 adopt emergency rules under section 17A.4, subsection 3, and
 section 17A.5, subsection 2, paragraph "b", as necessary for the
 administration of this section.
    Sec. 43.  SAVE OUR SMALL BUSINESSES FUND APPROPRIATION.
 There is appropriated from the school infrastructure fund
 created in section 12.82 to the department of economic
 development for deposit in the save our small businesses fund
 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30,
 2011, the following amount, or so much thereof as is necessary,
 to be used for the purposes designated:
    For purposes of providing financial assistance under the
 save our small businesses program under section 15.301:
 .................................................. $  5,000,000
    Of the moneys appropriated pursuant to this section, the
 department may allocate an amount not to exceed two percent of
 the moneys appropriated for purposes of retaining the services
 of an organization designated pursuant to section 15.301,
 subsection 2, paragraph "b".
    Sec. 44.  EFFECTIVE UPON ENACTMENT.  This division of this
 Act, being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon
 enactment.
                          DIVISION XIV
            ALTERNATIVE PUBLIC PROJECT DELIVERY STUDY
    Sec. 45.  INTERIM STUDY COMMITTEE == ALTERNATIVE PROJECT
 DELIVERY == REGENTS INSTITUTIONS.
    1.  The legislative council is requested to establish an
 interim study committee to study the use of alternative project
 delivery for public projects at institutions under the control
 of the state board of regents.  The study shall include but is
 not limited to a review and analysis of the use of alternative
 project delivery at land grant institutions and research
 universities in other states.  There shall be three members
 from the house of representatives and three members from the
 senate.  In addition to the legislative members, the membership
 of the study committee shall include the following public
 members:
    a.  Two members appointed by the state board of regents.
    b.  One member appointed by the Iowa chapter of the  American
 institute of architects.
    c.  One member appointed by the American council of
 engineering companies of Iowa.
    d.  One member appointed by the Iowa chapter of the
 design=build institute of America.
    e.  One member appointed by the master builders of Iowa.
    f.  One member appointed by the mechanical contractors
 association of Iowa.
    g.  One member appointed by the Iowa chapter of the national
 electrical contractors association.
    h.  One member appointed by the Iowa state building and
 construction trades council.
    i.  One member appointed by the sheet metal contractors of
 Iowa.
    2.  The committee shall meet twice during the 2010
 legislative interim and shall submit findings and any
 recommendations in a report to the general assembly by January
 15, 2011.
                           DIVISION XV
                       FLOODPLAIN MAPPING
    Sec. 46.  FLOODPLAIN MAPPING.  Using funds allocated to the
 department of natural resources for floodplain mapping from the
 appropriation made to the department of economic development in
 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 183, section 67, of federal community
 development block grant funds awarded to the state under
 the federal Consolidated Security, Disaster Assistance, and
 Continuing Appropriations Act, 2009, Pub. L. No. 110=329, the
 department of natural resources shall enter an agreement in an
 amount of not less than $10,000,000 with the state university
 of Iowa for the development of new floodplain maps by June 30,
 2014, by the Iowa flood center established pursuant to section
 466C.1.  The department of natural resources shall structure
 the contract to be consistent with any plan for use of the
 funds approved by any federal agency, or, if necessary, follow
 any procedures necessary for approval of this contract.
    Sec. 47.  EFFECTIVE UPON ENACTMENT.  This division of this
 Act, being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon
 enactment.
                          DIVISION XVI
         DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES == OFFICE
                       SPACE == STATE FLEET
    Sec. 48.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES == OFFICE
 SPACE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS.
    1.  The department of administrative services shall issue a
 request for proposals concerning the availability and cost of
 office space for state employees in downtown Des Moines and in
 other areas in close proximity to the state capitol complex.
 The department shall consider the advantages of locating state
 employees and their functions near the state capitol complex.
    2.  In issuing the request for proposals, the department
 shall examine current leases for office space within the
 greater Des Moines area, determine the current length and
 duration of those leases, and consider the number of state
 employees impacted by those leases.
    3.  The request for proposals shall ensure that any office
 space selected shall meet all of the following criteria:
    a.  The building which includes the office space has skywalk
 access.
    b.  The building which includes the office space is located
 within reasonable proximity to the free shuttle service route
 that includes transportation between the capitol complex and
 the downtown Des Moines area.
    c.  The entity leasing office space provides adequate
 parking to employees utilizing the office space which is within
 reasonable proximity to the office space.
    d.  The office space is energy efficient.
    e.  The office space provides adequate space and resources
 needed for the employees intending to occupy the office space.
    4.  The department of administrative services shall issue
 the request for proposals by December 1, 2010, and shall submit
 a written report to the general assembly concerning the request
 for proposals by January 14, 2011.
    Sec. 49.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES == OFFICE
 SPACE == COST=BENEFIT ANALYSIS.
    1. a.  The department of administrative services shall
 conduct a cost=benefit analysis of utilizing existing office
 space for state employees in downtown Des Moines and other
 areas in close proximity to the state capitol complex in
 lieu of replacing or renovating the Wallace Building or
 relocating any state agencies to any space in the mercy capitol
 hospital building.  The cost=benefit analysis shall include
 consideration of any cost to the applicable local jurisdiction
 arising from the state's utilization of existing office space.
    b.  The department of administrative services shall submit
 a written report to the general assembly on the cost=benefit
 analysis by January 14, 2011.
    2.  Prior to submitting the cost=benefit analysis report
 required by this section, the department of administrative
 services shall not relocate any state agencies to space in
 the Mercy capitol hospital building other than any of the
 following:
    a.  A centralized department of corrections pharmacy.
    b.  Offices of a state agency currently located in a
 state=owned office building.
    c.  Any state employee located in a nonleased facility or
 space.
    d.  A nonstate agency.
    e.  The office of the insurance division of the department
 of commerce.
    f.  The agricultural development authority established in
 section 175.3.
    g.  The department for the blind storage facility.
    Sec. 50.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
  == STATE FLEET RELOCATION.  The department of administrative
 services shall evaluate and consider relocating state fleet
 operations.  The department shall be authorized to relocate
 state fleet operations pursuant to such evaluation.
                          DIVISION XVII
                 CHANGES TO PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS
    Sec. 51.  2004 Iowa Acts, chapter 1175, section 288,
 subsection 7, paragraph d, is amended by adding the following
 new unnumbered paragraph:
 NEW UNNUMBERED PARAGRAPH  Notwithstanding section 8.33,
 2004 Iowa Acts, chapter 1175, section 290, or any other
 provision of law, moneys allocated in this lettered paragraph
 that remain unencumbered or unobligated at the close of a
 fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain available for
 expenditure for the purposes designated until the close of the
 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2012. However, if the projects
 for which the moneys are appropriated are completed in an
 earlier fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall
 revert at the close of that fiscal year.
    Sec. 52.  2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 4, subsection
 1, is amended to read as follows:
    1.  a.  Notwithstanding Except as provided in paragraph
 "b", notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated for  the
 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006, in this division of  this
 Act that remain unencumbered or unobligated at the close  of
 the fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain available
 for the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year
 that begins July 1, 2009, or until the project for which the
 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier.
    b.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated
 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006, in section 1,
 subsection 1, and section 1, subsection 11, paragraph "b"
 of this division of this Act that remain unencumbered or
 unobligated at the close of the fiscal year shall not revert
 but shall remain available for the purposes designated until
 the close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2010, or until
 the project for which the appropriation was made is completed,
 whichever is earlier.
    Sec. 53.  2006 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 18, is
 amended to read as follows:
    SEC. 18.  REVERSION.
    1.  Except as provided in subsections 2, and 3, and
 4,  notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from the
 endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund for the
 fiscal years that begin July 1, 2005, and July 1, 2006, in  this
 division of this Act that remain unencumbered or  unobligated at
 the close of the fiscal year shall not revert  but shall remain
 available for the purposes designated until  the close of the
 fiscal year that begins July 1, 2009, or  until the project for
 which the appropriation was made is  completed, whichever is
 earlier.
    2.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from
 the endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund
 for  the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2006, and ends June
 30,  2007, in this division of this Act to the department of
 veterans affairs for capital improvement projects at the Iowa
 veterans home that remain unencumbered or unobligated at the
 close of the fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain
 available for expenditure for the purposes designated until  the
 close of the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2010.
    3.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from
 the endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund
 for  the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006, and ending June
 30,  2007, in this division of this Act to the department of
 education for major renovation and major repair needs at the
 community colleges that remain unencumbered or unobligated at
 the close of the fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain
 available for expenditure for the purposes designated until
 the close of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, or until
 the project for which appropriated is completed, whichever is
 earlier.
    4.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated from
 the endowment for Iowa's health restricted capitals fund
 for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2006, and ends June
 30, 2007, in this division of this Act to the department of
 administrative services for upgrades to the Woodward state
 resource center wastewater treatment system that remain
 unencumbered or unobligated at the close of the fiscal year
 shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure
 for the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year
 that begins July 1, 2011, or until the project for which the
 appropriation is made is completed, whichever is earlier. 
    Sec. 54.  2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, section 7, subsection
 1, as amended by 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 170, section 20, and
 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184, section 17, is amended to read as
 follows:
    1.  For costs associated with the construction and
 establishment of the Iowa institute for biomedical discovery at
 the state university of Iowa:
 FY 2008=2009...................................... $          0
 FY 2009=2010...................................... $          0
    FY 2010=2011....................................... $10,000,000
             0
    Sec. 55.  2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 219, section 15, is amended
 to read as follows:
    SEC. 15.  REVERSION.
    1.  Notwithstanding Except as provided in subsection 2,
 notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated for the
 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, in this division of this
 Act that remain unencumbered or unobligated at the close of
 the fiscal year shall not revert but shall remain available
 for the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year
 beginning July 1, 2009, or until the project for which the
 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier.
    2.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated
 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, in section 14,
 subsections 4 and 7 of this division of this Act that remain
 unencumbered or unobligated at the close of the fiscal year
 shall not revert but shall remain available for the purposes
 designated until the close of the fiscal year beginning July 1,
 2011, or until the project for which the appropriation was made
 is completed, whichever is earlier.
    Sec. 56.  2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 1, subsection
 1, paragraph l, as enacted by 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184,
 section 21, is amended to read as follows:
    l.  For heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
 improvements building security and firewall protection in the
 Hoover state office building:
 .................................................. $    165,000
    Sec. 57.  2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 1, subsection
 4, paragraph b, as amended by 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 81,
 section 1, is amended to read as follows:
    b.  For historical site preservation grants to be used for
 the restoration, preservation, and development of historic
 sites:
    .................................................. $  1,000,000
    In making grants pursuant to this lettered paragraph, the
 department shall consider the existence and amount of other
 funds available to an applicant for the designated project.
 A  grant awarded from moneys appropriated in this lettered
 paragraph shall not exceed $100,000 per project.  Not more than
 $200,000 may be awarded in the same county in the same round of
 grant reviews.
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph,
 $20,000 shall be used for the administration and support of
 historic sites including the hiring and employment of seasonal
 workers, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c".
    Sec. 58.  2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 7, as amended
 by 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 21, is amended to read
 as follows:
    SEC. 7.  DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.  There is
 appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to
 the department of economic development for the designated
 fiscal years the following amounts, or so much thereof as is
 necessary, to be used for the purposes designated:
    For deposit into the river enhancement community attraction
 and tourism fund created in 2008 Iowa Acts, Senate File 2430,
 if enacted:
 FY 2009=2010 ..................................... $          0
    FY 2010=2011.................................... $10,000,000
 0
 FY 2011=2012 ..................................... $ 10,000,000
 FY 2012=2013 ..................................... $ 10,000,000
    Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this
 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending
 June 30, 2011, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year
 for which they are appropriated but shall remain available
 for the purpose designated until the close of the fiscal year
 that begins July 1, 2013, or until the project for which the
 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier. 
    Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this
 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011, and ending
 June 30, 2012, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year
 for which they are appropriated but shall remain available
 for the purpose designated until the close of the fiscal year
 that begins July 1, 2014, or until the project for which the
 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier.
    Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys appropriated in this
 section for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and ending
 June 30, 2013, shall not revert at the close of the fiscal year
 for which they are appropriated but shall remain available
 for the purpose designated until the close of the fiscal year
 that begins July 1, 2015, or until the project for which the
 appropriation was made is completed, whichever is earlier.
    Sec. 59.    2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 15,
 subsection 4, paragraph b, as amended by 2009 Iowa Acts,
 chapter 184, section 25, is amended to read as follows:
    b.  To the public broadcasting division for the purchase and
 installation of generators at transmitter sites:
    .................................................. $  1,602,437
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph, up to
 $210,477 may be used for operational costs of the division for
 FY 2008=2009, and up to $1,000,000 may be used for operational
 costs of the division for FY 2009=2010, and up to $378,637
 may be used for operational costs of the division for FY
 2010=2011, notwithstanding section 8.57C, subsection 2.
    Sec. 60.  2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 15,
 subsection 4, paragraph c, is amended to read as follows:
    c.  To the public broadcasting division for the replacement
 and digital conversion of the Keosauqua translator:
 .................................................. $    701,500
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph, up to
 $25,378 may be used for operational costs of the division for
 FY 2010=2011, notwithstanding section 8.57C, subsection 2.
    Sec. 61.  2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 18,
 subsection 3, as amended by 2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173,
 section 24, is amended to read as follows:
    3.  DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    a.  For expansion of the community=based corrections
 facility at Sioux City:
 .................................................. $  5,300,000
    b.  For expansion of the community=based corrections
 facility at Ottumwa:
 .................................................. $  4,100,000
    c.  For expansion of the community=based corrections
 facility at Waterloo:
 .................................................. $  6,000,000
    d.  For expansion of the community=based corrections
 facility at Davenport:
 .................................................. $  2,100,000
    e.  For expansion, including land acquisition, of the
 community=based corrections facility at Des Moines:
 .................................................. $ 13,100,000
                                                               0
    The appropriation in this lettered paragraph is contingent
 upon relocation of the sex offender treatment program from
 the community=based corrections facility at Des Moines to
 the property in northeast Des Moines identified by the fifth
 judicial district in the facility and site study final report
 submitted December 12, 2008. 
 It is the intent of the general assembly that the funds
 appropriated in paragraphs "a" through "e" be used to expand
 the number of beds available through new construction and
 remodeling and for the expansion of existing facilities.
    f.  For expansion of the Iowa correctional facility for women
 at Mitchellville including costs related to project management
 including the hiring and employment of a construction manager
 and a correctional specialist:
 .................................................. $ 47,500,000
    g.  For the remodeling of kitchens at the correctional
 facilities at Mount Pleasant and Rockwell City:
 .................................................. $ 12,500,000
    Sec. 62.  2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1179, section 22, is
 amended to read as follows:
    SEC. 22.  There is appropriated from the FY 2009 prison
 bonding fund created pursuant to section 12.79, as enacted in
 this Act, to the department of corrections for the fiscal year
 beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009, the following
 amount, or so much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the
 purpose designated:
    For costs associated with the building of a new Iowa State
 Penitentiary at Fort Madison including costs related to
 project management including the hiring and employment of a
 construction manager and a correctional specialist:
 .................................................. $130,677,500
    The appropriation made in this section constitutes approval
 by the general assembly for the issuance of bonds by the
 treasurer pursuant to section 12.80, as enacted in this Act.
    Sec. 63.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 13, subsection
 1, is amended by adding the following new paragraph:
    NEW PARAGRAPH.  e.  Of the moneys appropriated in
 this subsection, the department may award moneys for the
 establishment of drainage district pilot projects. Each
 drainage district pilot project shall be presented to the state
 soil conservation committee and the watershed improvement
 review board to ensure the project design, project goals,
 baseline data collection, project data collection standards,
 and data evaluation standards are appropriate for, and advance,
 the soil and water conservation goals of the state.  Annual
 progress reports on each pilot project shall be presented
 to the state soil conservation committee and the watershed
 improvement review board to ensure the projects continue to
 advance the soil and water conservation goals of the state.
 All construction plans, monitoring plans, project data, and
 project data analysis shall be available for public review and
 study.  Experts from the United States geological survey, the
 national laboratory for agriculture and the environment at
 Iowa state university, and other appropriate state and federal
 agencies may be consulted on any aspect of the program.
    Sec. 64.    2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 13, subsection
 2, is amended to read as follows:
    2.  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    For watershed rebuilding and water quality projects:
 .................................................. $ 13,500,000
    Of the moneys appropriated in this subsection, the
 department may provide moneys to construct, reconstruct, or
 repair infrastructure associated with the control and movement
 of surface water, including but not limited to addressing
 issues affected by combined sewer overflows, enrolling larger
 contiguous areas in emergency watershed programs, improving
 facilities or systems that provide water quality, mitigating
 flood damage or the threat of flood damage in the areas most
 severely affected by the 2008 flood, and improving or replacing
 low=head dams.  Any award of moneys made under this subsection
 shall be in the form of a grant.  Any grant awards for practices
 on private property shall be for the public purposes of flood
 control, watershed management, or improving water quality.
    Sec. 65.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 13, subsection
 4, paragraphs b, c, and d, are amended to read as follows:
    b.  For deposit into the public service shelter grant fund
 created in section 16.185 for grants for the construction,
 renovation, and improvements to homeless shelters, emergency
 shelters, and family and domestic violence shelters:
 .................................................. $ 10,000,000
    c.  For deposit into the disaster damage housing assistance
 grant fund created in section 16.186 for grants to ease and
 speed recovery efforts from the natural disasters of 2008,
 including stabilizing neighborhoods damaged by the natural
 disasters, preventing population loss and neighborhood
 deterioration, and improving the health, safety, and welfare of
 persons living in such disaster=damaged neighborhoods:
 .................................................. $  5,000,000
    d.  For deposit into the affordable housing assistance grant
 fund created in section 16.187 for grants for housing for
 certain elderly, disabled, and low=income persons and public
 servants in critical skills shortage areas of the state:
 .................................................. $ 20,000,000
    Sec. 66.    2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 13, subsection
 5, unnumbered paragraph 1, as amended by 2009 Iowa Acts,
 chapter 183, section 71, is amended to read as follows:
    For broadband technology grants for the deployment and
 sustainability of high=speed broadband access:
 .................................................. $ 25,000,000
                                                               0
    Sec. 67.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 13, subsection
 6, is amended to read as follows:
    6.  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    For deposit into the bridge safety fund created in section
 313.68 to be used for infrastructure projects relating to
 functionally obsolete and structurally deficient bridges:
 .................................................. $ 50,000,000
                                                      40,000,000
    Sec. 68.    2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 173, section 13, is amended
 by adding the following new subsection:
    NEW SUBSECTION.  7.  DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 For the main street Iowa program to be used as grants
 for projects that have previously applied for funding
 consideration, or have received partial funding for facade
 master plans to rehabilitate storefronts in main street Iowa
 districts, to complete streetscape projects where planning
 and the majority of funding is already secured, for unfunded
 main street challenge grant projects, and for other building
 rehabilitation projects that are currently on the department's
 highest priority list:
 .................................................. $  5,550,000
    Moneys appropriated in this subsection shall not be used for
 administration or planning purposes.
    Sec. 69.    2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 174, section 6, is
 repealed.
    Sec. 70.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184, section 1, subsection
 3, paragraph d, is amended to read as follows:
    d.  For historical site preservation grants to be used for
 the restoration, preservation, and development of historic
 sites:
    .................................................. $  1,000,000
    In making grants pursuant to this lettered paragraph, the
 department shall consider the existence and amount of other
 funds available to an applicant for the designated project.
 A grant awarded from moneys appropriated in this lettered
 paragraph shall not exceed $100,000 per project.  Not more than
 $200,000 may be awarded in the same county in the same round of
 grant reviews.
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph,
 $20,000 shall be used for the administration and support of
 historic sites including the hiring and employment of seasonal
 workers, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c".
    Sec. 71.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184, section 1, subsection
 12, paragraph a, is amended to read as follows:
    a.  To provide funds for capital improvements and for related
 studies for expanding passenger rail services in Iowa For
 deposit in the passenger rail service revolving fund created
 in section 327J.2, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6,
 paragraph "c":
 .................................................. $  3,000,000
    Sec. 72.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184, section 2, subsections
 1, 2, 4, and 5, are amended by striking the subsections.
    Sec. 73.  2009 Iowa Acts, chapter 184, section 2, subsection
 6, paragraph a, is amended to read as follows:
    a.  For deposit into the railroad revolving loan and grant
 fund created in section 327H.20A, notwithstanding section 8.57,
 subsection 6, paragraph "c":
    .................................................. $  2,000,000
    Of the amount appropriated in this lettered paragraph,
 $2,000,000 shall be allocated to a city with a population
 between 98,300 and 98,400 in the last preceding certified
 federal census, for a rail trans=load facility if a federal
 match of funds is received.
    Sec. 74.  EFFECTIVE UPON ENACTMENT.  This division, being
 deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.
                         DIVISION XVIII
                   MISCELLANEOUS CODE CHANGES
    Sec. 75.  Section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph e, Code
 Supplement 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    e.  (1)  (a)  (i)  Notwithstanding provisions to the contrary
 in sections 99D.17 and 99F.11, for the fiscal year beginning
 July 1, 2000, and for each fiscal year thereafter, not more
 than a total of sixty=six million dollars shall be deposited
 in the general fund of the state in any fiscal year pursuant to
 sections 99D.17 and 99F.11.
    (ii)  However, in lieu of the deposit in subparagraph
 subdivision (i), for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010,
 and for each fiscal year thereafter until the principal and
 interest on all bonds issued by the treasurer of state pursuant
 to section 12.87 are paid, as determined by the treasurer of
 state, the first fifty=five million dollars of the moneys
 directed to be deposited in the general fund of the state under
 subparagraph subdivision (i) shall be deposited in the revenue
 bonds debt service fund created in section 12.89, and the next
 five three million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars of the
 moneys directed to be deposited in the general fund of the
 state under subparagraph subdivision (i) shall be deposited
 in the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund created
 in section 12.89, and the next one million two hundred fifty
 thousand dollars of the moneys directed to be deposited in the
 general fund of the state under subparagraph subdivision (i)
 shall be deposited in the general fund of the state.
    (b)  The next fifteen million dollars of the moneys directed
 to be deposited in the general fund of the state in a fiscal
 year pursuant to sections 99D.17 and 99F.11 shall be deposited
 in the vision Iowa fund created in section 12.72 for the fiscal
 year beginning July 1, 2000, and for each fiscal year through
 the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019.
    (c)  The next five million dollars of the moneys directed to
 be deposited in the general fund of the state in a fiscal year
 pursuant to sections 99D.17 and 99F.11 shall be deposited in
 the school infrastructure fund created in section 12.82 for the
 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000, and for each fiscal year
 thereafter until the principal and interest on all bonds issued
 by the treasurer of state pursuant to section 12.81 are paid,
 as determined by the treasurer of state.
    (d)  (i)  The total moneys in excess of the moneys deposited
 in the revenue bonds debt service fund, the revenue bonds
 federal holdback subsidy fund, the vision Iowa fund, the
 school infrastructure fund, and the general fund of the
 state in a fiscal year shall be deposited in the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund and shall be used as provided in this
 section, notwithstanding section 8.60.
    (ii)  However, in lieu of the deposit in subparagraph
 subdivision (i), for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010,
 and for each fiscal year thereafter until the principal and
 interest on all bonds issued by the treasurer of state pursuant
 to section 12.87 are paid, as determined by the treasurer
 of state, fifty=five sixty=four million seven hundred fifty
 thousand dollars of the excess moneys directed to be deposited
 in the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund under subparagraph
 subdivision (i) shall be deposited in the general fund of the
 state.
    (2)  If the total amount of moneys directed to be deposited
 in the general fund of the state under sections 99D.17 and
 99F.11 in a fiscal year is less than the total amount of moneys
 directed to be deposited in the revenue bonds debt service
 fund and the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund in
 the fiscal year pursuant to this paragraph "e", the difference
 shall be paid from moneys deposited in the beer and liquor
 control fund created in section 123.53 in the manner provided
 in section 123.53, subsection 3.
    (3)  After the deposit of moneys directed to be deposited
 in the general fund of the state, and the revenue bonds debt
 service fund, and the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback
 fund, as provided in subparagraph (1), subparagraph division
 (a), if the total amount of moneys directed to be deposited
 in the general fund of the state under sections 99D.17 and
 99F.11 in a fiscal year is less than the total amount of
 moneys directed to be deposited in the vision Iowa fund and
 the school infrastructure fund in the fiscal year pursuant to
 this paragraph "e", the difference shall be paid from lottery
 revenues in the manner provided in section 99G.39, subsection
 3.
    Sec. 76.  Section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph f, Code
 Supplement 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    f.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund to the secure an advanced vision for
 education fund created in section 423F.2, for each fiscal year
 of the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June
 30, 2014, 2010, and for each fiscal year of the fiscal period
 beginning July 1, 2011, and ending June 30, 2014, the amount of
 the moneys in excess of the first forty=seven million dollars
 credited to the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund during the
 fiscal year, not to exceed ten million dollars.
    Sec. 77.  Section 8.57A, subsection 4, Code 2009, is amended
 to read as follows:
    4.  a.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund for the fiscal year years beginning July
 1, 2008, July 1, 2009, and July 1, 2011, and for each fiscal
 year thereafter, the sum of forty=two million dollars to
 the environment first fund, notwithstanding section 8.57,
 subsection 6, paragraph "c".
    b.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010,
 and ending June 30, 2011, the sum of thirty=three million
 dollars to the environment first fund, notwithstanding section
 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c".
    Sec. 78.  Section 8.57C, subsection 3, Code Supplement 2009,
 is amended to read as follows:
    3.  a.  There is appropriated from the general fund of the
 state for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2006, July 1,
 2007, July 1, 2010 2011, and for each subsequent fiscal year
 thereafter, the sum of seventeen million five hundred thousand
 dollars to the technology reinvestment fund.
    b.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008,
 and ending June 30, 2009, the sum of seventeen million five
 hundred thousand dollars, and for the fiscal year beginning
 July 1, 2009, and ending June 30, 2010, the sum of fourteen
 million five hundred twenty=five thousand dollars to the
 technology reinvestment fund, notwithstanding section 8.57,
 subsection 6, paragraph "c".
    c.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010,
 the sum of ten million dollars to the technology reinvestment
 fund, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph
 "c".
    Sec. 79.  Section 12.87, subsections 1 and 2, Code Supplement
 2009, are amended to read as follows:
    1.  The treasurer of state is authorized to issue and sell
 bonds on behalf of the state to provide funds for certain
 infrastructure projects and for purposes of the Iowa jobs
 program established in section 16.194. The treasurer of state
 shall have all of the powers which are necessary or convenient
 to issue, sell and secure bonds and carry out the treasurer of
 state's duties, and exercise the treasurer of state's authority
 under this section and sections 12.88 through 12.90. The
 treasurer of state may issue and sell bonds in such amounts as
 the treasurer of state determines to be necessary to provide
 sufficient funds for certain infrastructure projects and the
 revenue bonds capitals fund, the revenue bonds capitals II
 fund, the payment of interest on the bonds, the establishment
 of reserves to secure the bonds, the payment of costs of
 issuance of the bonds, the payment of other expenditures of
 the treasurer of state incident to and necessary or convenient
 to carry out the issuance and sale of the bonds, and the
 payment of all other expenditures of the treasurer of state
 necessary or convenient to administer the funds and to carry
 out the purposes for which the bonds are issued and sold.
 The treasurer of state may issue and sell bonds in one or
 more series on the terms and conditions the treasurer of
 state determines to be in the best interest of the state, in
 accordance with this section in such amounts as the treasurer
 of state determines to be necessary to fund the purposes for
 which such bonds are issued and sold. as follows:
    a.  The treasurer of state may issue and sell bonds in
 amounts which provide aggregate net proceeds of not more
 than five hundred forty=five six hundred ninety=five million
 dollars, excluding any bonds issued and sold to refund
 outstanding bonds issued under this section, as follows:
    a.  (1)  The On or after July 1, 2009, the treasurer of
 state may issue and sell bonds in amounts which provide
 aggregate net proceeds of not more than one hundred eighty=five
 million dollars for capital projects which qualify as vertical
 infrastructure projects as defined in section 8.57, subsection
 6, paragraph "c", to the extent practicable in any fiscal year
 and without limiting other qualifying capital expenditures.
    b.  (2)  The On or after July 1, 2009, the treasurer of state
 may issue and sell bonds in amounts which provide aggregate
 net proceeds of not more than three hundred sixty million
 dollars for purposes of the Iowa jobs program established
 in section 16.194 and for watershed flood rebuilding and
 prevention projects, soil conservation projects, sewer
 infrastructure projects, for certain housing and public service
 shelter projects and public broadband and alternative energy
 projects, and for projects relating to bridge safety and the
 rehabilitation of deficient bridges.
    (3)  On or after April 1, 2010, the treasurer of state may
 issue and sell bonds in amounts which provide aggregate net
 proceeds of not more than one hundred fifty million dollars
 for purposes of the Iowa jobs II program established in
 section 16.194A and for qualified projects in the departments
 of agriculture and land stewardship, economic development,
 education, natural resources, and transportation, and the Iowa
 finance authority, state board of regents, and treasurer of
 state.
    2.  Bonds issued and sold under this section are payable
 solely and only out of the moneys in the revenue bonds debt
 service fund, the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback
 fund, and any bond reserve funds established pursuant to
 section 12.89, and only to the extent provided in the trust
 indenture, resolution, or other instrument authorizing their
 issuance. All moneys in the revenue bonds debt service fund,
 the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund, and any bond
 reserve funds established pursuant to section 12.89 may be
 deposited with trustees or depositories in accordance with
 the terms of the trust indentures, resolutions, or other
 instruments authorizing the issuance of bonds and pledged by
 the treasurer of state to the payment thereof. Bonds issued
 and sold under this section shall contain a statement that the
 bonds are limited special obligations of the state and do not
 constitute a debt or indebtedness of the state or a pledge
 of the faith or credit of the state or a charge against the
 general credit or general fund of the state. The treasurer
 of state shall not pledge the credit or taxing power of this
 state or any political subdivision of this state or make bonds
 issued and sold pursuant to this section payable out of any
 moneys except those in the revenue bonds debt service fund,
 the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund, and any bond
 reserve funds established pursuant to section 12.89.
    Sec. 80.  Section 12.89, subsection 2, Code Supplement 2009,
 is amended by adding the following new paragraph:
    NEW PARAGRAPH.  Od.  Federal subsidies and any transfers
 from the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund created
 pursuant to section 12.89A.
    Sec. 81.  NEW SECTION.  12.89A  Revenue bonds federal subsidy
 holdback fund.
    1.  A revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund is created
 and established as a separate and distinct fund in the state
 treasury.  The treasurer of state shall act as custodian of the
 fund and disburse moneys contained in the fund.
    2.  The moneys in such fund shall include all of the
 following:
    a.  The revenues required to be deposited in the fund
 pursuant to section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "e",
 subparagraphs (1) and (2).
    b.  Interest attributable to investment moneys in the fund.
    c.  Any other moneys from any other sources which may be
 legally available to the treasurer of state for the purpose of
 the fund.
    3.  The moneys in the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback
 fund are appropriated and shall be used or transferred to the
 revenue bonds debt service fund created in section 12.89,
 subsection 1, solely for the purpose of making payments of
 principal and interest on federal subsidy bonds when due, if
 the treasurer of state or the treasurer's designee has not
 received a federal subsidy scheduled to be received for such
 payment by the due date.
    4.  The moneys on deposit in the revenue bonds federal
 subsidy holdback fund shall be used or transferred to the
 revenue bonds debt service fund created in section 12.89,
 subsection 1, solely for the purpose of making payments of
 principal and interest on federal subsidy bonds prior to any
 use or transfer of moneys on deposit in any bond reserve fund
 created for such federal subsidy bonds by the treasurer of
 state pursuant to section 12.89, subsection 3, paragraph "a".
    5.  At any time during each fiscal year that there are moneys
 on deposit in the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback fund
 that are not needed to pay principal and interest on federal
 subsidy bonds during such fiscal year as determined by the
 treasurer of state or the treasurer's designee, such moneys on
 deposit in the revenue bonds federal subsidy holdback account
 shall be credited to the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund of
 the state.
    6.  For purposes of this section:
    a.  "Federal subsidy" means any payment from the federal
 government with respect to federal subsidy bonds.
    b.  "Federal subsidy bonds" means any bonds issued and
 sold pursuant to section 12.87 for which a federal subsidy is
 expected to be paid on or before any date on which interest on
 such bonds is due and payable.
    Sec. 82.  Section 15F.204, subsection 8, paragraph a,
 subparagraph (6), Code Supplement 2009, is amended by striking
 the subparagraph.
    Sec. 83.  Section 15F.204, subsection 8, paragraph b,
 subparagraph (4), Code Supplement 2009, is amended by striking
 the subparagraph.
    Sec. 84.  Section 16.181A, Code 2009, is amended to read as
 follows:
    16.181A  Housing trust fund == appropriations.
    1.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund to the Iowa finance authority for deposit
 in the housing trust fund created in section 16.181, for
 the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending June 30,
 2010, and ending July 1, 2011, and for each succeeding fiscal
 year, the sum of three million dollars.
    2.  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
 infrastructure fund to the Iowa finance authority for deposit
 in the housing trust fund created in section 16.181, for the
 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010 and ending June 30, 2011,
 the sum of one million dollars.
    Sec. 85.  Section 16.192, subsections 2 and 4, Code
 Supplement 2009, are amended to read as follows:
    2.  Establish the Iowa jobs program pursuant to section
 16.194 and the Iowa jobs II program pursuant to section
 16.194A.
    4.  Award financial assistance, including financial
 assistance in the form of grants under the Iowa jobs program
 pursuant to sections 16.194, 16.194A, and 16.195.
    Sec. 86.  Section 16.193, subsection 2, Code Supplement
 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    2.  During the term of the Iowa jobs program established
 in section 16.194 and the Iowa jobs II program established
 in section 16.194A, two hundred thousand dollars of the
 moneys deposited in the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund
 shall be allocated each fiscal year to the Iowa finance
 authority for purposes of administering the Iowa jobs program,
 notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "c".
    Sec. 87.  Section 16.193, Code Supplement 2009, is amended by
 adding the following new subsection:
    NEW SUBSECTION.  3.  a.  During the term of the Iowa jobs
 program, the Iowa finance authority shall collect data on all
 of the projects approved for the program.  The department
 of management and the state agencies associated with the
 projects shall assist the authority with the data collection
 and in developing the report required by this subsection.
 The authority shall report quarterly to the governor and the
 general assembly concerning the data.
    b.  The report shall include but is not limited to all of the
 following:
    (1)  The nature of each project and its purpose.
    (2)  The status of each project and the amount and percentage
 of program funds expended for the project.
    (3)  The outside funding that is matched or leveraged by the
 program funds.
    (4)  The number of jobs created or retained by each project.
    (5)  For each project, the names of the project contractors,
 state of residence of the project contractors, and the state of
 residence of the contractors' employees.
    c.  The authority shall maintain an internet site that allows
 citizens to track project data on a county=by=county basis.
    Sec. 88.  NEW SECTION.  16.194A  Iowa jobs II program ==
 disaster prevention.
    1.  An Iowa jobs II program is created to assist in the
 development and completion of public construction projects
 relating to disaster prevention including but not limited to
 the construction of, or the replacement or reconstruction of,
 local public buildings in a manner that mitigates damages from
 future disasters, including flooding.
    2.  A city or county in this state that applies the smart
 planning principles and guidelines pursuant to sections 18B.1
 and 18B.2, as enacted in this Act, may submit an application
 to the Iowa jobs board for financial assistance for a local
 infrastructure competitive grant for an eligible project under
 the program, notwithstanding any limitation on the state's
 percentage in funding as contained in section 29C.6, subsection
 17.
    3.  Financial assistance under the program shall be awarded
 in the form of grants.
    4.  The board shall consider the following criteria in
 evaluating eligible projects to receive financial assistance
 under the program:
    a.  The total number and quality of jobs to be created and
 the benefits likely to accrue to areas distressed by high
 unemployment.
    b.  Financial feasibility, including the ability of projects
 to fund depreciation costs or replacement reserves, and the
 availability of other federal, state, local, and private
 sources of funds.
    c.  Sustainability and energy efficiency.
    d.  Benefits for disaster prevention.
    e.  The project's readiness to proceed.
    5.  An applicant must demonstrate local support for the
 project as defined by rule.
    6.  Any award of financial assistance to a project shall
 be limited to up to ninety percent of the total cost of the
 development and completion of a public construction project
 relating to disaster prevention consistent with the purposes of
 the program as specified in subsection 1.
    7.  In order for a project to be eligible to receive
 financial assistance from the board, the project must be a
 public construction project pursuant to subsection 1 with a
 demonstrated substantial local, regional, or statewide economic
 impact.
    8.  The board shall not approve an application for assistance
 for any of the following purposes:
    a.  To refinance a loan existing prior to the date of the
 initial financial assistance application.
    b.  For a project that has previously received financial
 assistance under the program, unless the applicant demonstrates
 that the financial assistance would be used for a significant
 expansion of a project.
    9.  Any portion of an amount allocated for projects
 that remains unexpended or unencumbered one year after the
 allocation has been made may be reallocated to another project
 category, at the discretion of the board.  The board shall
 ensure that all bond proceeds be expended within three years
 from when the allocation was initially made.
    10.  The board shall ensure that funds obligated under
 this section are coordinated with other federal program funds
 received by the state, and that projects receiving funds are
 located in geographically diverse areas of the state.
    11.  An applicant or combination of applicants for a project
 within the same county shall not be awarded more than forty
 percent of the funds available under this program.
    Sec. 89.  Section 16.195, subsection 2, Code Supplement
 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    2.  A review committee composed of members of the
 board as determined by the board shall review Iowa jobs
 program applications submitted to the board and make
 recommendations regarding the applications to the board. When
 reviewing the applications, the review committee and the
 authority shall consider the project criteria specified in
 section sections 16.194 and 16.194A.  The board shall develop
 the appropriate level of transparency regarding project fund
 allocations.
    Sec. 90.  Section 26.3, subsection 2, Code Supplement 2009,
 is amended to read as follows:
    2.  A governmental entity shall have an engineer licensed
 under chapter 542B, a landscape architect licensed under
 chapter 544B, or an architect registered under chapter
 544A prepare plans and specifications, and calculate the
 estimated total cost of a proposed public improvement. A
 governmental entity shall ensure that a sufficient number
 of paper copies of the project's contract documents, including
 all drawings, plans, specifications, and estimated total costs
 of the proposed public improvement are made available for
 distribution at no charge to prospective bidders, subcontractor
 bidders, suppliers, and contractor plan room services.  If
 a deposit is required as part of a paper contract documents
 distribution policy by the public owner, the deposit shall
 not exceed two hundred fifty dollars per set which shall be
 refunded upon return of the contract documents within fourteen
 days after award of the project.  If the contract documents are
 not returned in a timely manner and in a reusable condition,
 the deposit shall be forfeited. The governmental entity shall
 reimburse the landscape architect, architect, or professional
 engineer for the actual costs of preparation and distribution
 of plans and specifications.
    Sec. 91.  NEW SECTION.  73.14  Minority=owned and female=owned
 businesses  == bond issuance services.
    1.  The state, board of regents institutions, counties,
 townships, school districts, community colleges, cities, and
 other public entities, and every person acting as contracting
 agent for any such entity, shall, when issuing bonds or other
 obligations, make a good=faith effort to utilize minority=owned
 and female=owned businesses for attorneys, accountants,
 financial advisors, banks, underwriters, insurers, and other
 occupations necessary to carry out the issuance of bonds or
 other obligations by the entity.
    2.  For purposes of this section:
    a.  "Female=owned business" means a business that is
 fifty=one percent or more owned, operated, and actively managed
 by one or more women.
    b.  "Minority=owned business" means a business that is
 fifty=one percent or more owned, operated, and actively managed
 by one or more minority persons.
    Sec. 92.  Section 123.53, subsections 3 and 4, Code
 Supplement 2009, are amended to read as follows:
    3.  Notwithstanding subsection 2, if gaming revenues under
 sections 99D.17 and 99F.11 are insufficient in a fiscal year to
 meet the total amount of such revenues directed to be deposited
 in the revenue bonds debt service fund and the revenue bonds
 federal subsidy holdback fund during the fiscal year pursuant
 to section 8.57, subsection 6, paragraph "e", the difference
 shall be paid from moneys deposited in the beer and liquor
 control fund prior to transfer of such moneys to the general
 fund pursuant to subsection 2 and prior to the transfer of such
 moneys pursuant to subsections 5 and 6. If moneys deposited in
 the beer and liquor control fund are insufficient during the
 fiscal year to pay the difference, the remaining difference
 shall be paid from moneys deposited in the beer and liquor
 control fund in subsequent fiscal years as such moneys become
 available.
    4.  The treasurer of state shall, each quarter, prepare
 an estimate of the gaming revenues and of the moneys to be
 deposited in the beer and liquor control fund that will become
 available during the remainder of the appropriate fiscal year
 for the purposes described in subsection 3. The department
 of management, the department of inspections and appeals, and
 the department of commerce shall take appropriate actions to
 provide that the sum of the amount of gaming revenues available
 to be deposited into the revenue bonds debt service fund during
 a fiscal year and the amount of moneys to be deposited in the
 beer and liquor control fund available to be deposited into
 the revenue bonds debt service fund and the revenue bonds
 federal subsidy holdback fund during such fiscal year will be
 sufficient to cover any anticipated deficiencies.
    Sec. 93.  Section 327H.20A, subsection 3, Code Supplement
 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    3.  Notwithstanding any other provision to the contrary,
 on or after July 1, 2006, moneys received as repayments for
 loans made pursuant to this chapter or chapter 327I, Code 2009,
 before, on, or after July 1, 2005, other than repayments of
 federal moneys subject to section 327H.21, shall be credited to
 the railroad revolving loan and grant fund. Notwithstanding
 section 8.33, moneys in the railroad revolving loan and grant
 fund shall not revert to the general fund of the state fund
 from which it was appropriated but shall remain available
 indefinitely for expenditure under this section.
    Sec. 94.  Section 327J.2, subsection 3, Code Supplement
 2009, is amended to read as follows:
    3.  No reversion.  Notwithstanding section 8.33, any balance
 in the fund on June 30 of any fiscal year shall not revert
 to the general fund of the state fund from which it was
 appropriated.
    Sec. 95.  REPEAL.  Sections 8.57D, 12.90A, 12.90B, 12.90C,
 16.185, 16.186, 16.187, and 313.68, Code Supplement 2009, are
 repealed.
    Sec. 96.  EFFECTIVE DATES AND APPLICABILITY.
    1.  The section of this division of this Act amending section
 12.87, being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon
 enactment.
    2.  The section of this division of this Act enacting section
 16.193, subsection 3, being deemed of immediate importance,
 takes effect upon enactment, and applies to projects approved
 on, before, and after the effective date of the section.


                                                             
                               JOHN P. KIBBIE
                               President of the Senate


                                                             
                               PATRICK J. MURPHY
                               Speaker of the House
 I hereby certify that this bill originated in the Senate and
 is known as Senate File 2389, Eighty=third General Assembly.


                                                             
                               MICHAEL E. MARSHALL
                               Secretary of the Senate
 Approved                , 2010


                                                             
                               CHESTER J. CULVER
                               Governor

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