CHAPTER 145

HB 25-FN-A – FINAL VERSION

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2009 SESSION

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HOUSE BILL 25-FN-A

AN ACT making appropriations for capital improvements.

SPONSORS: Rep. Bouchard, Merr 11; Sen. Janeway, Dist 7

COMMITTEE: Public Works and Highways

ANALYSIS

This bill makes appropriations for capital improvements for the biennium and extends certain lapse dates for previous appropriations.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine

AN ACT making appropriations for capital improvements.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

145:1 Capital Appropriations. The sums hereinafter detailed are hereby appropriated for the projects specified to the departments, agencies, and branches named:

I. Adjutant General.

A. Statewide- Fire Alarm & Life Safety Upgrade $320,000

Less Federal -160,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph A 160,000

B. D&E Storage Buildings- Additional Power & Lighting 282,000

Less Federal -141,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 141,000

C. Roof Materials & Systems Replacement 590,000

Less Federal -295,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph C 295,000

D. NHARNG-Training Site Water & Sewer 250,000

Less Federal -250,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph D 0

E. Manchester-Underground Storage Tank Repairs 50,000

Less Federal -25,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph E 25,000

F. National Guard Training Facility- Pembroke 865,000

Total state appropriation paragraph I $1,486,000

II. Department of Administrative Services.

A. Bureau of Court Facilities.

1. Hillsborough County North - Asbestos Abatement $17,000,000

2. Master Plan for the Courts 450,000

Total state appropriation subparagraph A 17,450,000

B. Bureau of General Services.

1. Johnson Hall Renovations/Repairs 53,000

2. LOB Critical Maintenance 2,900,000

3. DHHS Replace Chillers, Tower Repairs 780,000

4. Johnson Hall New Roof 198,000

5. State Library-Repoint Brick, Internal Repairs 1,345,000

6. State House Cafeteria and Corridor, Floors, Kitchen 150,000

7. Storrs Street Garage Repairs 805,000

8. 4 State Buildings-Cafeteria Fire Systems 42,000

Total state appropriation subparagraph B 6,273,000

C. Bureau of Facilities and Asset Management.

1. Bow Brook Pond Dredging & Dam Stoplog 1,100,000

2. Dolloff Building Drainage Improvements 80,000

3. Main Building Bakery Roof Repair 210,000

4. Hugh Gallen Ofc Pk Parking 250,000

5. Hugh Gallen Ofc Pk Main Building Rumford Egress Stair

and Interior Stairwell 305,000

Total state appropriation subparagraph C 1,945,000

D. Bureau of Public Works Design and Construction.

1. State Capitol Complex Master Plan * 100,000

Total state appropriation subparagraph D 100,000

* For the appropriation in subparagraph D, 1 the bureau shall hire consultants and provide support to the commission established in section 13 of this act.

E. Statewide Projects.

1. State Owned Facilities-Energy & Lighting Improvements 3,000,000

2. All State Owned Facilities-Emergency Repairs 1,000,000

3. ERP-Information Technology-Phase II 1,417,202

Total state appropriation subparagraph E 5,417,202

Total state appropriation paragraph II $31,185,202

III. Community College System.*

A. Critical Maintenance $3,000,000

B. Radiology-NHTI Concord, McRury Hall Rehab. 3,500,000

C. Purchase and Renovate Roosevelt School Building – Keene 1,950,000

D. Information Technology Infrastructure 1,300,000

E. Health Science and Tech. Bldg., Nashua 9,500,000

Total state appropriation paragraph III $19,250,000

* The community college system shall report quarterly beginning October 1, 2009 to the department of administrative services, bureau of public works design and construction, and the capital budget overview committee on the status of the projects authorized in paragraph III.

IV. Department of Corrections.

A. Women’s Prison & Transitional Housing- site/design $2,300,000

B. MSU, Dorms, CCU, SPU, MCS, MCN-Repair Bathrooms 325,000

C. Residential Treatment Unit Phase 2 3,650,000

D. Admin East Wing-Upgrade Electric Wiring 79,000

E. MSU & Admin Bldg-Replace Sprinkler System 390,000

F. Stormwater/Sewer System-EPA order #05-13 575,000

G. SHU Tunnel-Replace & Move Sewer Lines & Duct Work 150,000

Total state appropriation paragraph IV $7,469,000

V. Department of Education.

A. Pre-Engineering Technology $400,000

B. Regional Career and Technical Education

Center, State Share- Wolfeboro 7,786,552

C. Regional Career and Technical Education

Center, State Share * 8,000,000

Total state appropriation paragraph V $16,186,552

* The sum appropriated to the department of education in subparagraph C shall be expended for renovation/construction of one CTE center as follows: (a) first, for a Littleton center, provided the project is authorized by the Littleton school district for such purpose not later than March 31, 2010; if the Littleton center is not approved then (b) for a Laconia center, provided the project is authorized by the Laconia school district for such purpose not later than March 31, 2010; or if neither the Littleton nor Laconia centers are approved then (c) for a CTE center at Pinkerton Academy, Derry.

VI. Department of Environmental Services.

A. WRBP Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements $8,750,000

Less Other * -8,750,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph A 0

B. Drinking Water SRF Matching Funds 1,774,720

C. Dredging Goldfish Pond, Manchester** 550,000

Total state appropriation paragraph VI $2,324,720

*To provide funds for the appropriations made in subparagraph A, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $8,750,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the Winnipesaukee River basin control replacement fund established in RSA 485-A:51.

** The appropriation in subparagraph C shall not be expended until the department of environmental services submits a review and report on the project to the capital budget overview committee, and such review and report is approved by the capital budget overview committee.

VII. Department of Health And Human Services.

A. Facility Study-Plant Infrastructure Efficiencies 175,000

B. Incremental Renewal of HEIGHTS Phase II 4,000,000

Less Federal -2,059,600

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 1,940,400

Total state appropriation paragraph VII $2,115,400

VIII. Liquor Commission.*

A. Hampton North Roof Replacement $220,000

B. Build Liquor Store - Nashua 4,800,000

Total state appropriation paragraph VIII $5,020,000

* If HB 1-A and/or HB 2-FN-A-LOCAL of the 2009 legislative session become law and contain provisions to dedicate liquor commission revenues to a liquor commission fund, then the state appropriation to the liquor commission for the projects authorized in this paragraph shall be reduced to $0. Upon such reduction, to provide funds for the appropriations made in subparagraphs A and B, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $5,020,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the said liquor commission fund.

IX. Police Standards and Training Council.

A. Electrical Generators $740,000

Less Other * -740,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph A 0

B. Indoor Firearms Range Retrofit 700,000

Less Other * -700,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph B 0

Total state appropriation paragraph IX $0

*To provide funds for the appropriations made in subparagraphs A and B, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $1,440,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the police standards and training council training fund established in RSA 188-F:30.

X. Department of Resources and Economic Development.

A. Statewide Roofs and Park Repairs $1,200,000

B. Mount Washington Tip Top House Repairs 67,000

C. Mittersill Expansion 3,065,000

Less Other* -1,532,500

Net state appropriation subparagraph C 1,532,500

D. Hampton Seashell and 2 Bathhouses 14,500,000

E. Hampton Beach Sea Wall Project 1,000,000

Total state appropriation paragraph X $18,299,500

* To provide funds for the appropriation made in subparagraph C, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $1,532,500 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the Cannon Mountain capital improvement fund established in RSA 12-A:29-c.

XI. Department of Revenue Administration.

A. Tax System 2010 $7,000,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XI $7,000,000

XII. Department of Transportation.

A. FAA Projects 53,635,000

Less Federal -51,135,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph A 2,500,000

B. Public Transit Bus Matching Funds 333,000

C. Airport Navigation Equipment 105,000

D. Coos County Rail Improvements 850,000

E. State-Owned Rail Bridge Repair 1,000,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XII $4,788,000

XIII. Veterans’ Home.

A. Life Safety Infrastructure Upgrades $7,200,000

Less Federal -4,680,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph A 2,520,000

B. Master Plan 100,000

C. Central Shipping and Receiving/Multi-purpose Center* 1,000,000

Less Federal -650,000

Net state appropriation subparagraph C 350,000

Total state appropriation paragraph XIII $2,970,000

* The appropriation in subparagraph C shall not be expended until receipt of the federal funds for the project.

Total state appropriation section 1 $118,094,374

145:2 Appropriation; Highway Fund. Department of Administrative Services, Department of Safety, and Department of Transportation. The sums hereinafter detailed are appropriated for the projects specified:

I. Department of Safety.

A. DMV VISION Project Continuation 8,305,000

B. Dover Point DMV Substation 465,000

Total state appropriation paragraph I $8,770,000

II. Department of Transportation.

A. Underground Fuel Tank Replacement, Statewide $3,000,000

B. Radio Equipment Replacement, Statewide 600,000

C. Replacement of Automated Fueling System-Phase 2 500,000

D. TMC Equipment Room Fire Suppression 185,000

E. Park/Ride Exit 8, F.E. Everett Turnpike* 300,000

F. Nashua DMV, EZ Pass Customer Service** $250,000

G. Energy/Environmental Renovations, Statewide 500,000

Total state appropriation paragraph II $5,335,000

* The appropriation in subparagraph E shall be for the state share of the $1,450,000 project funded from CMAQ funds, provided however that the appropriation shall be reduced by the amount of any turnpike funds designated for the project, any credit for land purchased by the department, or by any other department funds for the project.

** The appropriation in subparagraph F shall be a 50/50 match for turnpike or other department funds designated for the project.

Total state appropriation section 2 $14,105,000

145:3 Appropriation; Fish and Game Department. The sums hereinafter detailed are appropriated for the projects specified:

I. Headquarters Roof Replacement $205,000

II. Regional Facilities-Maintenance Needs 100,000

III. Point of Service for Registration 400,000

Total state appropriation section 3 $705,000

145:4 Expenditures; General. The appropriations made for the purposes mentioned in sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act and the sums available for those projects shall be expended by the trustees, commissions, commissioner, or department head of the institutions and departments referred to herein; provided that all contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I and RSA 228.

145:5 Land Acquisition. Any land acquired under the appropriations made in sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act, if any, as may be acquired under the appropriation, except such land, if any, as may be acquired for the water resources board, shall be purchased by the commissioner of department of transportation or the commissioner of administrative services, as appropriate, with the approval of governor and council.

145:6 Bonds Authorized. To provide funds for the total of the appropriations of state funds made in sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $132,904,374 and for said purposes may issue bonds and notes in the name and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of RSA 6-A.

145:7 Payments.

I. The payment of principal and interest on bonds and notes issued for the projects in section 1 shall be made when due from the general funds in the state.

II. The payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for the projects in section 2 shall be made from the highway fund.

III. The payment of principal and interest on bonds issued for the projects in section 3 shall be made from the fish and game fund.

145:8 Powers of Governor and Council. The governor and council are hereby authorized and empowered:

I. To cooperate with and enter into such agreements with the federal government, or any agency thereof, as they may deem advisable, to secure federal funds for the purposes hereof.

II. To accept any federal funds which are, or become available for any project under sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act beyond the estimated amounts. The net appropriation of state funds for any project for which such additional federal funds are accepted shall be reduced by the amount of such additional funds, and the amount of bonding authorized by section 6 of this act shall be reduced by the same amount.

145:9 Transfers. The individual project appropriations provided in sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act shall not be transferred or expended for any other purposes; provided that if there is a balance remaining after an individual project which is fully funded by state funds is completed, accepted, and final payment made, said balance or any part thereof may be transferred by governor and council, to any other individual project or projects which are also fully funded by state funds, within the same section and from the same funding source, provided that prior approval of the capital budget overview committee is obtained.

145:10 Reduction of Appropriation and Bonding Authority. If the net appropriation of state funds for any project provided for by sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act is determined on the basis of an estimate of anticipated federal, local, or other funds, and if the amount of such funds actually received or available is less than said estimate, then the total authorized cost for such projects and the net appropriation of state funds thereof shall be reduced by the same proportion as the proportion by which federal, local, or other funds are reduced. The amount of bonding authorized by section 6 of this act shall be reduced by the amount that the appropriation of state funds is reduced pursuant to this section.

145:11 Bureau of Public Works Design and Construction; Construction Inspection Services; Davis-Bacon Act Compliance. The appropriations for those projects which are managed by the bureau of public works design and construction, department of administrative services, may be expended to fund temporary personnel for the purpose of providing construction inspection services, and Davis-Bacon Act compliance services for projects utilizing federal funds, for those projects included in this act.

145:12 Department of Health and Human Services; 2007 Appropriation; Purpose Changed. Amend 2007, 264:1, IX, D to read as follows:

D. [Replacement of Huntress and Lodge Houses] Construction of

Community Residence and/or additional Supported

Housing Beds* 976,000

* For the project authorized in subparagraph D, funds shall be utilized to acquire, rehabilitate, and/or build apartments in the community as additional community residence beds for adults requiring 24-hour in-home supports or services, or alternatively, for supported housing for adults and/or transitional aged youth with a severe mental illness who do not require 24-hour monitoring but are in need of stable and affordable housing, with community supports provided to maintain placement in the community. If a community location is not available, then the new supported housing beds may be constructed on the Hugh Gallen state office park south campus. The department may seek matching federal, local, or private funds to supplement these funds. Before any funds are expended, the department of health and human services shall submit a plan to the capital budget overview committee for its approval.

145:13 State Capitol Complex Master Plan Commission.

I. There is established a commission to study and propose a state capitol complex master plan.

II. The members of the commission shall be as follows:

(a) Three members of the house of representatives, appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives.

(b) Three members of the senate, appointed by the president of the senate.

(c) One member appointed by the governor.

III. Legislative members of the commission shall receive mileage at the legislative rate when attending to the duties of the commission.

IV. The commission shall establish a master plan for the state house, legislative office building, state house annex, the now or former Laconia savings bank site which is owned by the state, the state library, state historical society, Upham-Walker house and the Storrs street garage. The commission shall consider: the optimal long-term use of these buildings, the best disposition and location of the state library, parking requirements, and the renovations, buildings, or structures necessary to enact the master plan. The commission shall also consider the feasibility, cost, and benefit of its recommendations.

V. The department of administrative services shall provide support to the commission and shall hire consultants to assist the commission using existing agency funds not to exceed $100,000.

VI. The members of the commission shall elect a chairperson from among the members. The first meeting of the commission shall be called by the first-named house member. The first meeting of the commission shall be held within 45 days of the effective date of this section. Three members of the commission shall continue a quorum.

VII. The commission shall report its master plan and any recommendations for proposed legislation to the speaker of the house of representatives, the president of the senate, the house clerk, the senate clerk, the governor, and the state library on or before November 1, 2010.

145:14 2007 Capital Budget; Department of Environmental Services; Dam Repairs; Footnote Amended. Amend 2007, 264:1, VII, F to read as follows:

F. Dam Repairs, Removal and Reconstruction* 1,810,000

*The sums appropriated in subparagraph F shall be for the following projects: Pittsfield Mill dam, Waumbek dam, Pleasant Lake dam, Mendums Pond dam, Highland Lake dam, Perkins Pond dam, and Milton 3 pond. The department of environmental services [may] shall complete the projects authorized by contract construction in accordance with the procedures of the bureau of public works design and construction, or by force account under RSA 482. The department is authorized to reallocate appropriated funds as necessary to address emergencies or alternate repairs or reconstruction needs at other dams if delays in other projects occur. Any contract must be approved by the capital budget overview committee and the governor and council.

145:15 Lapse of Prior Capital Balance; Appropriation; Court Facilities.

I. The sum of $800,000 from the unencumbered balance of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2008, 385:1, I, for the renovation, construction, and design of the Manchester district court – family division, shall lapse on June 30, 2009.

II. Capital Appropriation; Department of Administrative Services; Court Facilities. The following sums are hereby appropriated for the biennium ending June 30, 2011 to the department of administrative services for the following projects:

(a) Hillsborough County South - Roof Replacement $507,000

(b) Northern Carroll County New Roof $130,000

(c) Manchester District Renovate Family Division $120,000

III. To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph II, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $757,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the general fund of the state.

IV. All contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor for the projects authorized in this section shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I.

145:16 Lapse of Prior Capital Balance; Appropriation; Administrative Services.

I. The sum of $1,400,000 from the unencumbered balance of the appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2007, 264:1, II, A, 3 for Merrimack district courthouse, shall lapse on June 30, 2009.

II. Capital Appropriation; Department of Administrative Services. The following sums are hereby appropriated for the biennium ending June 30, 2011 to the department of administrative services for the following projects:

(a) Supreme Court Parking Lot 394,295

(b) Supreme Court ADA Access 275,000

(c) Morton Building New Roof 650,000

(d) State House Ice Stop System 80,000

III. To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph II, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $1,399,295 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the general fund of the state.

IV. All contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor for the projects authorized in this section shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I.

145:17 Lapse of Prior Capital Balance; Appropriation; Health and Human Services.

I. The sum of $12,986 from the unencumbered balance of the appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2003, 240:11, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XLVIII, for secure facility for committed and detained juveniles, shall lapse on June 30, 2009.

II. The sum of $384,144 from the unencumbered balance of the appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2005, 259:1, VII, C, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LIV, for state office park south – electrical system upgrade, shall lapse on June 30, 2009.

III. The sum of $128,450 from the unencumbered balance of the appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2007, 264:1, IX, E, for roof replacement and electrical upgrade - Twitchell building, shall lapse on June 30, 2009.

IV. Capital Appropriation; Department of Health and Human Services. The following sums are hereby appropriated for the biennium ending June 30, 2011 to the department of health and human services for the following projects:

(a) Brown Building Lamott Wing-Fire Alarm $175,000

(b) Above Ground Oil Storage Compliance 92,000

(c) Strategic Plan for Legacy Systems, 50-50 federal match 250,000

V. To provide funds for the appropriation made in paragraph IV, the state treasurer is hereby authorized to borrow upon the credit of the state not exceeding the sum of $517,000 and for said purpose may issue bonds and notes in the name of and on behalf of the state of New Hampshire in accordance with RSA 6-A. Payments of principal and interest on the bonds and notes shall be made from the general fund of the state.

VI. All contracts and projects and plans and specifications therefor for the projects authorized in this section shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of RSA 21-I.

145:18 2007 Capital Budget; Project Purpose Amended; Health and Human Services. Amend 2007, 264:1, IX, C to read as follows:

C. Glencliff - Brown Building Patient Room Floor Abatement, Tunnel

Repair, Admin. Building Roof Replacement 950,000

145:19 Lapse Dates Extended to June 30, 2011. The following appropriations are hereby extended to June 30, 2011:

1. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2003, 240:1, I, A, as extended by 2005, 259:25, II, as amended by 2006, 272:2, A, and as extended by 2007, 264:29, II, for armory renovations, disposals, or land acquisition.

2. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2003, 240:1, I, D, as extended by 2005, 259:25, V and 2007, 264:29, III, for joint service training facility design.

3. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2005, 259:1, I, C, as extended by 2007, 264:29, VI, for re-roofing building F & L.

4. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, A, for armory - roofing projects.

5. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, B, for armory - statewide auxiliary power.

6. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, C, for armory - alarm fire systems.

7. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, D, for NHSVC - columbarium expansion.

8. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, E, for 195th training institute land acquisition.

9. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, F, for regional training institute construction.

10. The appropriation made to the adjutant general in 2007, 264:1, I, H, for pole barn - veterans’ cemetery.

11. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of court facilities in 2003, 240:1, II, A, 1, as extended by 2005, 259:25, VII and by 2007, 264:29, VII, for architectural and engineering - Hampton district court.

12. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - bureau of court facilities in 2005, 259:1, II, A, 2, as amended by 2007, 264:14, and as extended by 2007, 264:29, IX, for Cheshire & Merrimack county courthouse design, Keene district court design & renovate temporary space.

13. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services - financial data management in 2003, 240:1, II, C, 2, as extended by 2005, 259:25, XVI and 2007, 264:29, XIX, for enterprise resource planning.

14. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2006, 258:16, I, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XXI, for quality assurance evaluation, monitoring & reporting related to the implementation of the ERP system.

15. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2007, 264:1, II, A, 3 for Merrimack district courthouse.

16. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2007, 264:1, II, B, 1 for state house annex - renovate restrooms.

17. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2007, 264:1, II, B, 2 for state house, state library and legislative office building – maintenance and repointing.

18. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2007, 264:1, II, B, 3 for safety building - replace HVAC chillers.

19. The appropriation made to the department of administrative services in 2007, 264:1, II, B, 7 for legislative office building - replace ice stop system.

20. The appropriation made to the Christa McAuliffe planetarium commission in 2007, 264:1, IV, L, for Christa McAuliffe planetarium - Alan Shepard memorial wing.

21. The appropriation made to the Christa McAuliffe planetarium commission in 2003, 240:1, III, H, as extended by 2005, 259:25, XVII, as amended by 2007, 264:21, and as extended by 2007, 264:29, XXII, for Christa McAuliffe planetarium - Alan Shepard memorial wing.

22. The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2005, 259:1, IV, A, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XXVII, for electronic security upgrades-men’s prison.

23. The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2007, 264:1,V,A, for electronic security upgrades-men’s prison.

24. The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2007,264:1,V,C, for structural wall and beam repair-men’s prison.

25. The appropriation made to the department of corrections in 2007,264:1,V,G, for residential treatment unit, phase 1-Concord.

26. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2001, 130:14, II, as extended by 2003, 240:34, XC, 2005, 259:25, XXI, and 2007, 264:29, XXIX, for information technology projects.

27. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2005, 259:1, V, A, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XXXI, for renovation regional career and tech ed center, Concord.

28. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2007, 264:1, VI, A, for renovation regional career and tech ed center-Exeter.

29. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2007, 264:1, VI, B, for renovation regional career and tech ed center-Manchester.

30. The appropriation made to the department of education in 2007, 264:1, VI, C, for pre-engineering technology.

31. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2003, 240:1, V, A, as extended by 2005, 259:25, XXVIII and 2007, 264:29, XXXV, for hazardous waste superfund match.

32. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2003, 240:1, V, C, as extended by 2005, 259:25, XXX and 2007, 264:29, XXXVII, for waste water SRF matching funds.

33. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2005, 259:1, VI, A, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XXXVIII, for dam repairs, removal and reconstruction.

34. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2005, 259:1, VI, B, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XXXIX, for drinking water SRF matching funds.

35. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2005, 259:1, VI, C, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XL, for wastewater SRF matching funds.

36. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2005, 259:1, VI, D, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XLI, for bedrock aquifer monitoring.

37. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2005, 259:1, VI, F, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XLII, for north country Gorham office.

38. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2007, 264:1, VII, A, for the drinking water SRF matching funds.

39. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2007, 264:1, VII, B, for the wastewater SRF matching funds.

40. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in2007, 264:1, VII, C, the hazardous waste superfund match.

41. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2007, 264:1, VII, D, for technical services - air monitoring program.

42. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2007,264:1, VII, E, for stream gauges.

43. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2007, 264:1, VII, F, for dam repairs, removal and reconstruction.

44. The appropriation made to the department of environmental services in 2007, 264:1, VII, G, for Gorham office repairs and renovations.

45. The appropriation made to the fish and game department in 2005, 259:3, II, as extended by 2007, 264:29, XLVI, for hatchery system modernization.

46. The appropriation made to the fish and game department in 2005, 259:3, III, as extended by 2007, 264:29 XLVII, for dam reconstruction.

47. The appropriations made to the department of health and human services in 2007, 264:1, IX, A and B, for main building - asbestos and lead paint abatement.

48. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2005, 259:1, VII, C, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LIV, for state office park south – electrical system upgrade.

49. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2005, 259:1, VII, D, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LV, for water damage repair of buildings - Glencliff.

50. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2007, 264:1, IX, C, as amended by section 18 of this act, for Glencliff-Brown building patient room floor abatement tunnel repair, admin. building roof replacement.

51. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2007, 264:1, IX, D, as amended by section 12 of this act for construction of community residence and/or additional supported housing beds.

52. The appropriation made to the department of health and human services in 2007, 264:1, IX, E, for roof replacement and electrical upgrade - Twitchell building.

53. The appropriation made to the Pease development authority by 2007, 264:1, XII, A, as amended by 2008, 5:1, for market street marine terminal pier.

54. The appropriation made to the Pease development authority by 2007, 264:1, XII, B, as amended by 2008, 5:1, for Rye harbor commercial fish pier.

55. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2003, 240:1, VIII, D, as extended by 2005, 259:25, XXXVIII and 2007, 264:29, LXII, for Mount Washington electrification.

56. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2005, 259:1, IX, E, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXIII, for Mount Washington electrification.

57. The appropriation made to the department of resources and economic development in 2007, 264:1, XIII, F, for statewide radio system.

58. The appropriation made to the office of information technology in 2005, 259:1, X, A, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXIV, for administrative services, enterprise resource planning.

59. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2003, 240:3, I, D, as extended by 2005, 259:25, XLI and 2007, 264:29, LXVI, for finish Troop D first floor.

60. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2005, 259:4, I, A, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXVII for enhanced road toll system.

61. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2005, 259:4, I, D, as amended by 2007, 264:26, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXX, for Milford DMV office addition & renovate trooper barracks at DOT- Bedford.

62. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2005, 259:4, I, F, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXII, for radio maintenance expansion.

63. The appropriation made to the department of safety in 2007, 264:2, I, D, for OIT projects for DMV.

64. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 1999, 226:1, XIII, C, as extended by 2001, 202:28 XXXIII, 2003, 240:34, LXXVI, 2005, 259:25, LVI, and 2007, 264:29, LXXIV, for acquisition of railroad and airport properties.

65. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:1, XIV, A, for 5-10 percent match for FAA projects.

66. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:1, XIV, B, for public transit bus replacement.

67. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:1, XIV, C, for rail match.

68. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:1, XIV, D, for repair state rail lines.

69. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:1, XIV, E, for maintenance hangar at Skyhaven airport.

70. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:1, XIV, F, for Groveton branch line.

71. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, B, for statewide - energy/environmental renovations.

72. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, C, for statewide - underground fuel tank replacement.

73. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, D, for the Chesterfield welcome center.

74. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, E, for a fuel center computer system.

75. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, G, 1, for consolidated federal funds, state match.

76. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, G, 2, for highway construction betterment.

77. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, G, 3, for state highway construction aid.

78. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2007, 264:2, II, G, 4, for highway municipal bridge program.

79. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2005, 259:1, XIII, A, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXVII, for 2 - 5 percent match for FAA projects.

80. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2005, 259:1, XIII, B, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXVIII, for public transit bus replacement.

81. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2005, 259:1, XIII, F, as amended by 2007, 264:20, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXX, for railroad acquisition, right of first refusal, rail match.

82. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2005, 259:4, II, D, as amended by 2007 264:19, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXXIV, district 5 office – Bedford, renovate Manchester Troop barracks.

83. The appropriation made to the department of transportation in 2005, 259:4, II, I, as extended by 2007, 264:29, LXXXVII, Chesterfield welcome center and Antrim rest area.

84. The appropriation made to the New Hampshire veterans’ home in 2007, 264:1, XV, A for facility upgrades/asbestos abatement.

85. The appropriation made to the New Hampshire veterans’ home in 2007, 264:1, XV, B for energy enhancements.

145:20 Effective Date.

I. Sections 15, 16, 17, and 19 of this act shall take effect June 30, 2009.

II. The remainder of this act shall take effect July 1, 2009.

Approved: June 30, 2009

Effective Date: I. Sections 15, 16, 17 and 19 shall take effect June 30, 2009.

II. Remainder shall take effect July 1, 2009