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Minnesota Legislature

Office of the Revisor of Statutes

Legislative Session number- 85

Bill Name: HF0380

HF 380

FOURTH ENGROSSMENT

Omnibus bonding bill authorizing spending to
acquire and better public lands and buildings, issuing bonds, and appropriating
money.

Section 1. Capital improvement appropriations - a list of the state
agencies/officers that shall be receiving appropriations and the sum of these
appropriations is provided.

Section 2: University of Minnesota language is
provided.

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriation language is provided. The Board
of Regents shall receive an amount of $136,166,000 for the purposes specified in
this section.

Subdivision 2. Higher Education Asset Preservation and
Replacement (HEAPR) is appropriated $ 35,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Twin Cities
Campus
a. Science Teaching and Student Services is appropriated $48,333,000 to
demolish the existing science classroom building and to construct a new
building.
b. Bell Museum of Natural History is appropriated $24,000,000 to
construct a new museum on the St. Paul campus.

Subdivision 4. Duluth Campus -
Civil Engineering Addition, $10,000,000 is appropriated to construct an addition
to Voss-Kovach Hall.

Subdivision 5. Morris Campus - Community Services
Building Renovation, $5,000,000 is appropriated to renovate the building to
serve as the campus gateway center.

Subdivision 6. Research and Outreach
Centers - $3,500,00 is appropriated.
a. Northwest Research and Outreach
Center, Crookston - to construct a new maintenance and farm support
facility.
b. West Central Research and Outreach Center, Morris - to construct
an addition to the administration building.

Subdivision 7. Classroom Renewal
is appropriated $2,000,000.

Subdivision 8. Laboratory Renovation is
appropriated $3,333,000.

Subdivision 9. University Share - except for HEAPR
the appropriations in this section are intended to cover two-thirds of project
costs, remaining costs must be paid by University sources.

Subdivision 10.
Unspent Appropriations guidelines are provided.

Section 3: Minnesota State
Colleges and Universities

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriation is
$280,935,000.

Subdivision 2. Higher Education Asset Preservation and
Replacement (HEAPR) is appropriated $55,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Alexandria
Technical College - Law Enforcement Center Addition is appropriated
$10,500,000.

Subdivision 4. Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Coon Rapids -
Classrooms and Laboratories is appropriated $3,800,000.

Subdivision 5.
Bemidji State University - Sattgast Science Classroom Building Addition and
Renovation is appropriated $8,900,000.

Subdivision 6. Century College -
Classroom and Student Support Space Renovation is appropriated
$7,900,000.

Subdivision 7. Dakota County Technical College - Transportation
and Emerging Technologies Labs is appropriated $200,000.

Subdivision 8.
Hennepin Technical College - Science Addition and Library and Student Service
Design is appropriated $2,400,000.

Subdivision 9. Inver Hills Community
College - Classroom Addition and Renovation is appropriated
$13,200,000.

Subdivision 10. Lake Superior Community and Technical College -
Health and Science Center Addition is appropriated $11,000,000.

Subdivision
11. Mesabi Range Community and Technical College, Eveleth - Shop Space Addition
and Renovation is appropriated $5,000,000.

Subdivision 12. Metropolitan State
University
a. Smart Classroom Center is appropriated $4,980,000.
b. Law
Enforcement Center Addition is appropriated $13,900,000.

Subdivision 13.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College - Workforce Program Space is
appropriated $400,000.

Subdivision 14. Minnesota State University, Mankato -
Trafton Science Center Renovation is appropriated $25,500,000.

Subdivision
15. Minnesota State University, Moorhead
a. Lommen Hall Renovation is
appropriated $13,100,000.
b. Livingston Lord Library is appropriated
$400,000.

Subdivision 16. Minnesota West Community and Technical College,
Worthington - Fieldhouse Renovation is appropriated $450,000.

Subdivision 17.
Moorhead Community and Technology College - Trades Addition and Library Design
is appropriated $2,500,000.

Subdivision 18. Normandale Community College -
Classroom Addition and Renovation is appropriated $7,000,000.

Subdivision 19.
North Hennepin Community College
a. Center for Business and Technology is
appropriated $13,300,000.
b. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Facilities are appropriated $900,000.

Subdivision 20. Northland Community and
Technical College, East Grand Forks - Nursing, Health Care, and Learning
Resources Center is appropriated $7,800,000.

Subdivision 21. Owatonna College
and University Center - Property Acquisition is appropriated
$3,500,000.

Subdivision 22. Ridgewater College, Willmar - Technical
Instruction Design and Construction is appropriated $3,500,000.

Subdivision
23. Rochester Community and Technical College - Workforce Center Colocation is
appropriated $200,000.

Subdivision 24. South Central College, Faribault -
Classroom Renovation and Addition is appropriated $400,000.

Subdivision 25.
St. Cloud State University
a. Brown Science Hall Renovation is appropriated
$14,800,000.
b. Science and Engineering Laboratory is appropriated
$900,000.

Subdivision 26. St. Cloud Technical College - Allied Health Center
Renovation is appropriated $200,000.

Subdivision 27. St. Paul College -
Transportation and Applied Technology Laboratories and Shops are appropriated
$13,500,000.

Subdivision 28. Southwest Minnesota State University
a.
Science and Hotel and Restaurant Laboratories are appropriated $9,000,000.
b.
Science Laboratory Renovation is appropriated $200,000.

Subdivision 29.
Winona State University - Memorial Hall Addition and Renovation is appropriated
$8,400,000.

Subdivision 30. Systemwide Initiatives
a. Science Laboratory
and Classroom Renovation is appropriated $5,775,000.
b. Classroom Renovations
is appropriated $3,625,000.
c. Property Acquisition is appropriated
$8,805,000.

Subdivision 31. Debt Service language is provided.

Subdivision
32. Anoka Technical College; Anoka-Hennepin School District Partnership language
is provided.

Subdivision 33. Unspent Appropriations guidelines are
provided.

Section 4: Education language is provided.

Subdivision 1. Total
Appropriations are $19,740,000.

Subdivision 2. Independent School District
No. 11, Anoka-Hennepin - is appropriated $240,000 to acquire land and for
improvements of a capital nature to develop and restore wetland and native
prairie habitat on the land.

Subdivision 3. Independent School District No.
38, Red Lake - $16,000,000 is appropriated to renovate the secondary
school.

Subdivision 4. Independent School District No. 279, Osseo -
$2,000,000 is appropriated to predesign, design, construct, furnish, and equip
the Northwest Hennepin Family Center in Brooklyn Center.

Subdivision 5.
Library Accessibility and Improvement Grants is appropriated
$1,500,000.

Section 5: Minnesota State Academies

Subdivision 1. Total
Appropriations are $2,800,000.

Subdivision 2. Asset Preservation is
appropriated $2,400,000.

Subdivision 3. Frechette Hall is appropriated
$100,000.

Subdivision 4. Mott Memorial Hall is appropriated
$100,000.

Subdivision 5. Pollard Hall is appropriated $200,000.

Section 6:
Perpich Center for Arts Education is appropriated $355,000.

Section 7:
Natural Resources

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are
$104,805,000.
Subdivision 2. Statewide Asset Preservation is appropriated
$1,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Flood Hazard Mitigation Grants are appropriated
$33,900,000.

Subdivision 4. Red River Digital Elevation Model is appropriated
$600,000.

Subdivision 5. Ground Water Monitoring and Observation Wells are
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 6. Dam Renovation and Removal is
appropriated $2,500,000.

Subdivision 7. Water Control Structures are
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 8. Mississippi River Aquatic Invasive
Species Barrier is appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 9. Stream Protection
and Restoration is appropriated $1,000,000.

Subdivision 10. Shoreline and
Critical Aquatic Habitat Acquisition is appropriated $1,000,000.

Subdivision
11. Lake Zumbro Restoration is appropriated $175,000.

Subdivision 12. Water
Access Acquisition, Betterment, and Fishing Piers are appropriated
$650,000.

Subdivision 13. Fish Hatchery Improvements are appropriated
$1,500,000.

Subdivision 14. RIM - Wildlife Area Land Acquisition and
Improvement is appropriated $5,000,000.

Subdivision 15. RIM Critical Habitat
Match is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 16. Native Prairie Conservation
and Protection is appropriated $4,000,000.

Subdivision 17. Scientific and
Natural Area Acquisition and Development is appropriated
$1,000,000.

Subdivision 18. Forest Land and Forest Legacy Conservation
Easements language is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 19. State Forest
Land Reforestation is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 20. Forest Roads
and Bridges are appropriated $1,000,000.

Subdivision 21. Diseased Shade Tree
Removal and Replacement is appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 22. State Park
and Recreation Area Acquisition, Rehabilitation, and Development is appropriated
$19,041,000

Subdivision 23. Big Bog State Recreation Area is appropriated
$1,600,000.

Subdivision 24. Fort Snelling Upper Bluff Emergency Building
Stabilization is appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 25. State Park Prairie
Reconstruction and Forest Restoration Projects is appropriated
$545,000.

Subdivision 26. Regional and Local Park Grants are appropriated
$1,621,000.

Subdivision 27. State Trail Acquisition and Development is
appropriated $15,320,000.

Subdivision 28: Regional Trails is appropriated
$156,000.

Subdivision 29. Trail Connections is appropriated
$697,000.

Subdivision 29. Regional and Local Trails Grants are appropriated
$5,480,000.

Subdivision 30. Drill Core Library and Field Office Renovation is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 31. Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 32. Bell Museum Landscaping is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 33. Unspent appropriations language is
provided.

Section 8: Pollution Control Agency

Subdivision 1. Total
Appropriations are $30,000,000.

Subdivision 2. Albert Lea Landfill is
appropriated $2,500,000.

Subdivision 2. Closed Landfill Cleanup Revenue Bonds
are appropriated $25,000,000.

Subdivision 4. Beneficial Reuse of Wastewater
Grant Program is appropriated $2,500,000.

Section 9: Board of Water and Soil
Resources

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are $30,475,000.

Subdivision
2. RIM Conservation Reserve is appropriated $25,000,000.

Subdivision 3.
Wetland Replacement Due to Public Road Projects is appropriated
$4,200,000.

Subdivision 4. Clean Water Legacy is appropriated
$1,275,000.

Section 10: Agriculture is appropriated $20,000 to replace the
roof of the potato inspection unit building located at 312 Fourth Avenue
Northeast in East Grand Forks.

Section 11: Minnesota Zoological Garden is
appropriated $2,500,000.

Section 12: Administration

Subdivision 1. Total
Appropriations are $15,725,000.

Subdivision 2. Property Acquisition is
appropriated $2,325,000.

Subdivision 3. State Capitol Building Restoration is
appropriated $13,400,000.

Section 13: Amateur Sports
Commission

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are $7,725,000.

Subdivision
2. National Sports Center, Blaine is appropriated $1,400,000.

Subdivision 3.
National Volleyball Center, Rochester is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision
4. Metro North Regional Sports Center - Arden Hills is appropriated
$125,000.

Subdivision 5. Northwestern Minnesota Regional Sports Center -
Moorhead is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 6. St. Paul Regional Amateur
Sports Facility is appropriated $100,000.

Subdivision 7. Southwest Regional
Amateur Sports Center - Marshall is appropriated $100,000.

Section 14:
Military Affairs

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are
$6,000,000.

Subdivision 2. Asset Preservation is appropriated
$3,500,00.

Subdivision 3. Facility Life Safety Improvements are appropriated
$1,000,000.

Subdivision 4. Facility ADA Compliance is appropriated
$1,500,000.

Subdivision 5. Unspent Appropriations guidelines are
provided.

Section 15: Public Safety

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations
are $13,135,000.

Subdivision 2. Anoka County Forensic Crime Laboratory is
appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Camp Ripley Training and Exercising
Center is appropriated $5,000,000.

Subdivision 4. Gonvick Public Safety
Training Center is appropriated $55,000.

Subdivision 5. Marshall - Minnesota
Emergency Response and Industry Training Center is appropriated
$300,000.

Subdivision 6. Nassau Public Safety Facility is appropriated
$125,000.

Subdivision 7. Scott County Public Safety Training Center is
appropriated $1,000,000.

Subdivision 8. Southeastern Minnesota Regional
Public Safety Training Center is appropriated $3,655,000.

Subdivision 9.
Crime Labs Strategic Plan - The commissioner of public safety must develop a
long-term strategic plan for maintenance/staffing of existing state and regional
crime labs and of new regional/local crime labs.

Section 16:
Transportation

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are
$65,700,000.

Subdivision 2. Local Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation is
appropriated $2,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Urban Partnership Agreement is
appropriated $4,300,000.

Subdivision 4. Greater Minnesota Transit is
appropriated $1,000,000.

Subdivision 5. Minnesota Valley Railroad Track
Rehabilitation is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 6. Northshore Express
is appropriated $1,500,000.

Subdivision 7. St. Paul to Chicago High-Speed
Rail Line is appropriated $4,000,000.

Subdivision 8. Southeast Express is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 9. Port Development Assistance is
appropriated $2,000,000

Section 17: Metropolitan Council

Subdivision 1.
Total Appropriations are $139,200,000.

Subdivision 2. Urban Partnership
Agreement is appropriated $16,672,000.

Subdivision 3. Bottineau Boulevard
Transit Way is appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 4. Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid
Transit is appropriated $4,000,000.

Subdivision 5. Central Corridor Transit
Way is appropriated $70,00,000.

Subdivision 6. I-94 Corridor Transit Way is
appropriated $750,000.

Subdivision 7. I-494 Corridor Transit Way is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 8. Red Rock Corridor Transit Way is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 9. Robert Street Corridor Transit Way is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 10. Rush Line Corridor Transit Way is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 11. Southwest Corridor Transit Way is
appropriated $500,000.

Subdivision 12. Unspent Transit Way Appropriations
language is provided.

Subdivision 13: Union Depot is appropriated
$2,000,000.

Subdivision 14. Metropolitan Regional Parks Capital
Improvements
a. Metropolitan Council Priorities
b. Old Cedar Avenue
Bridge
c. Como Zoo
d. Coon Rapids 85th Avenue Bicycle Trail
e. Dakota County
North Urban Regional Trail
f. Grand Rounds Bridge
g. Grand Rounds National
Scenic Byways
h. Heritage Village Park
i. Inver Grove Heights - Swing
Bridge
j. Lower Afton Road Trail
k. Minnehaha Creek
l. National Great River
Park
m. Upper Landing Shoreline Protection
n. Rice Creek North Regional
Trail
o. Springbrook Nature Center
p. Tamarack Nature Center

Section 18:
Human Services

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are $
9,505,000.

Subdivision 2. Asset Preservation is appropriated
$3,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Systemwide Campus Redevelopment, Reuse, or
Demolition is appropriated $3,400,000.

Subdivision 4. Early Childhood
Learning and Child Protection Facilities are appropriated
$2,000,000.

Subdivision 5. West Central Multicounty Secured Treatment
Facility is appropriated $150,000.

Subdivision 6. Hennepin County Medical
Center is appropriated $820,000.

Subdivision 7. Remembering with Dignity is
appropriated $135,000.

Section 19: Veterans Affairs

Subdivision 1. Total
Appropriations are $11,282,000.

Subdivision 2. Asset Preservation is
appropriated $4,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Fergus Falls Veterans Home is
appropriated $2,700,000.

Subdivision 4. Minneapolis Veterans Home Campus
Building 17 HVAC Replacement is appropriated $3,955,000.

Subdivision 5.
Silver Bay Campus Master Plan Renovation is appropriated
$227,000.

Subdivision 6. Veterans Memorial, Eden Prairie is appropriated
$100,000.

Subdivision 7. All Wars Memorial, Minneapolis is appropriated
$100,000.

Subdivision 8. All Veterans Memorial, Richfield is appropriated
$100,000.

Subdivision 9. Veterans Memorial, Virginia is appropriated
$100,000.

Section 20: Corrections

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are
$32,000,000.

Subdivision 2. Asset Preservation is appropriated
$10,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Minnesota Correctional Facility - Faribault:
Phase III Expansion is appropriated $16,000,000.

Subdivision 4. Minnesota
Correctional Facility - Red Wing, Vocational Education Building is appropriated
$6,000,000.

Section 21: Employment and Economic Development

Subdivision 1.
Total Appropriations are $143,125,000.

Subdivision 2. Greater Minnesota
Business Development Infrastructure Grant Program is appropriated
$7,500,000.

Subdivision 3. Bioscience Business Development Public
Infrastructure Grant Program is appropriated $9,000,000.

Subdivision 4.
Redevelopment Account is appropriated $8,500,000.

Subdivision 5. Bemidji
Regional Event Center is appropriated $20,000,000.

Subdivision 6. Crookston
is appropriated $10,000,000.

Subdivision 7. Duluth Entertainment and
Convention Center Expansion is appropriated $38,000,000.

Subdivision 8.
Hibbing; Memorial Building is appropriated $250,000.

Subdivision 9. Itasca
County - Steel Plant Infrastructure is appropriated $28,000,000.

Subdivision
10. Mankato - Theater and Hockey Center is appropriated $975,000.

Subdivision
11. Minneapolis - Orchestra Hall is appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision 12.
Rochester - Mayo Civic Center Complex is appropriated $3,500,000.

Subdivision
13. Roseville - Guidant John Rose Minnesota Oval is appropriated
$600,000.

Subdivision 14. St. Cloud Civic Center Expansion is appropriated
$2,000,000.

Subdivision 15. St. Cloud University - National Hockey Center is
appropriated $6,500,000.

Subdivision 16. St. Paul Asian Pacific Cultural
Center is appropriated $5,000,000 and Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare
is appropriated $300,000.

Section 22: Public Facilities
Authority

Subdivision 1. Total Appropriations are $49,800,000.

Subdivision
2. State Match for Federal Grants is appropriated $30,000,000.

Subdivision 3.
Wastewater Infrastructure Funding Program is appropriated
$15,300,000.

Subdivision 4. Upper Sioux Community Water System is
appropriated $750,000.

Subdivision 5. Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Grants
are appropriated $2,000,000.

Subdivision 6. Small Community Wastewater Grants
are appropriated $1,500,000.

Subdivision 7. Streamlined Infrastructure
Financing is appropriated $100,000.

Subdivision 8. Bayport Storm Sewer is
appropriated $150,000.

Section 23: Minnesota Housing Finance Agency -
$1,000,000 is appropriated for loan grants for publicly owned emergency shelter,
publicly owned temporary or transitional housing, or for publicly owned
permanent rental housing for persons who have been without permanent
residence.

Section 24: Minnesota Historical Society

Subdivision 1. Total
Appropriations are $9,594,000.

Subdivision 2. Historic Sites Asset
Preservation is appropriated $4,000,000.

Subdivision 3. Historic Fort
Snelling Museum and Visitor Center are appropriated $3,000,000.

Subdivision
4. County and Local Preservation Grants are appropriated
$2,000,000.

Subdivision 5. Oliver H. Kelley Farm Historic Site is
appropriated $300,000.

Subdivision 6. Heritage Trails is appropriated
$294,000.

Section 25: Bond Sale Expenses is appropriated $998,000.

Section
26: Bond Sale Schedule language is provided.

Section 27: Bond Sale
Authorization

Subdivision 1. Bond Proceeds Fund language is
provided.

Subdivision 2. Maximum effort school loan fund language is
provided.

Subdivision 3. Transportation fund bond proceeds
account.

Section 28: Cancellations; Bond Sale Authorization Reductions
language is provided.

Section 29: Onsite energy generation from renewable
sources language is provided.

Section 30: Sustainable Building
Guidelines

Subdivision 1. Development of sustainable building guidelines
language is modified.

Subdivision 2. Lowest possible cost; energy
conservation language is modified.

Subdivision 3. Development of guidelines;
applicability language is modified.

Section 31: Other projects language is
modified.

Section 32: Borrowing funds language is modified.

Section 33:
Requirements language is modified.

Section 34: Deposit of revenue language is
modified.

Section 35: Revenues language is modified.

Section 36: Closed
Landfill Cleanup Revenue Bonds

Subdivision 1. Bonding authority language is
provided.

Subdivision 2. Procedure language is provided.

Subdivision 3.
Revenue sources language is provided.

Subdivision 4. Refunding bonds language
is provided.

Subdivision 5. Not a general or moral obligation language is
provided.

Subdivision 6. Trustee language is provided.

Subdivision 7.
Pledges language is provided.

Subdivision 8. Bonds; purchase and cancellation
language is provided.

Subdivision 9. State pledge against impairment of
contracts language is provided.

Section 37: Beneficial Use of Wastewater;
Capital Grants for Demonstration Projects language is provided.

Subdivision
1. Definitions provided - "agency", "beneficial use of wastewater", and "capital
project".

Subdivision 2. Grants for capital project design language is
provided.

Subdivision 3. Grants for capital project implementation language
is provided.

Subdivision 4. Application form; procedures language is
provided.

Subdivision 5. Reports language is provided.

Section 38: Grants
authorized language is provided.

Section 39: Early Childhood Learning and
Child Protection Facilities.

Subdivision 1. Grant authority language is
provided

Subdivision 2. Grant priority language is provided.

Section 40:
Designation language is modified.

Section 41: Disposition of surplus property
language is modified.

Section 42: General authority; construction;
improvements language is modified.

Section 43: Issuance of bonds language is
modified.

Section 44: Purpose - to provide for a biomedical science
research-funding program to further the investment in biomedical science
research facilities in Minnesota.

Section 45: Definitions provided -
"applicability", "biomedical science research facility", "commissioner",
"project costs", and "project".

Section 46: Biomedical Science Research
Facilities Funding Program.

Subdivision 1. Program established - a biomedical
science research facilities funding program is established to provide
appropriations to the University of Minnesota for up to two-thirds of project
costs.

Subdivision 2. Project Requirements - The Board of Regents of the
University of Minnesota must pay at least one-third of the project costs for
each of four projects.

Section 47: Conditions for Payments to
University.

Subdivision 1. Certifications language is
provided.

Subdivision 2. Payments language is provided.

Subdivision 3.
Appropriations language is provided.

Subdivision 4. Report to legislature
language is provided.

Subdivision 5. Reinvestment language is
provided.

Subdivision 6. Services to individuals and firms language is
provided.

Section 48: No Full Faith and Credit language is
provided.

Section 49: County and local historic preservation capital grants
language is provided.

Subdivision 1. Historic preservation capital grant
program established.

Subdivision 2. Match requirement.

Subdivision 3.
Criteria.

Section 50: Nonprofit housing bonds account language is
provided.

Section 51: Nonprofit Housing Bonds; Authorization; Standing
Appropriation.

Subdivision 1. Definitions provided - "debt service",
"Internal Revenue Code", and "Nonprofit housing bonds".

Subdivision 2.
Authorization language is provided.

Subdivision 3. No full faith and credit
language is provided.

Subdivision 4. Appropriation; payment to the agency or
trustee language is provided.

Section 52: Wastewater Infrastructure Funding
Program language is modified.

Section 53: State Park and Recreation Area
Acquisition language is modified.

Section 54: Public Safety language is
modified.

Section 55: Wastewater Infrastructure Funding Program language is
modified.

Section 56: Lewis and Clark Rural Water System, Inc. language is
modified.

Section 57: Redevelopment Account language is modified.

Section
58: Minneapolis - Minnesota Planetarium language is modified.

Section 59:
Flood Hazard Mitigation Grants language is modified.

Section 60: Lake
Superior safe harbors language is modified.

Section 61: Water control
structures language is provided.

Section 62: Regional trails language is
modified.

Section 63: Northeast Minnesota rail initiative language is
modified.

Section 64: Metropolitan Regional Parks Capital Improvements
language is modified.

Section 65: Redevelopment Account language is
modified.

Section 66: Itasca County - infrastructure language is
modified.

Section 67: Lewis and Clark Rural Water System, Inc. language is
modified.

Section 68: Historic Fort Snelling Museum and Visitor Center
language is modified.

Section 69: Itasca County Infrastructure language is
modified.

Section 70: Legislative Coordinating Commission language is
modified.

Section 71: Nashwauk Gas Utility language is provided.

Section
72: Stakeholder Consultation; Report language is provided.

Section 73: Report
on East Phillips Cultural and Community Center language is provided.

Section
74: Public Facilities Authority language is provided.

Section 75: Calculation
of debt service language is provided.

Section 76: Effective date - except as
otherwise provided, this act is effective the day following final
enactment.

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