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1st Engrossment - 90th Legislature (2017 - 2018) Posted on 02/03/2017 08:24am

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A bill for an act
relating to capital investment; authorizing spending to acquire and better public
land and buildings and other improvements of a capital nature with certain
conditions; modifying previous appropriations; establishing new programs and
modifying existing programs; authorizing the sale and issuance of state bonds;
appropriating money;amending Minnesota Statutes 2016, sections 13.6905, by
adding a subdivision; 13.7411, by adding a subdivision; 16A.967; 85.34,
subdivision 1; 115E.042; 160.18, by adding a subdivision; 162.145, subdivision
3; 174.52, subdivision 2; 219.015; 299A.55; 446A.072; 446A.073; 446A.081,
subdivision 9; 446A.12, subdivision 1; 462A.37, subdivision 5, by adding a
subdivision; Laws 2012, chapter 293, section 7, subdivision 3; Laws 2014, chapter
294, article 1, sections 7, subdivision 15; 17, subdivisions 6, 12; Laws 2015, First
Special Session chapter 5, article 1, section 10, subdivision 3; proposing coding
for new law in Minnesota Statutes, chapter 219; repealing Minnesota Statutes
2016, section 123A.446.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA:

ARTICLE 1

APPROPRIATIONS

Section 1. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATIONS.

The sums shown in the column under "Appropriations" are appropriated from the bond
proceeds fund, or another named fund, to the state agencies or officials indicated, to be
spent for public purposes. Appropriations of bond proceeds must be spent as authorized by
the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, section 5, paragraph (a), to acquire and better public
land and buildings and other public improvements of a capital nature, or as authorized by
the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, section 5, paragraphs (b) to (j), or article XIV. Unless
otherwise specified, money appropriated in this article for a capital program or project may
be used to pay state agency staff costs that are attributed directly to the capital program or
project in accordance with accounting policies adopted by the commissioner of management
and budget. Unless otherwise specified, the appropriations in this act are available until the
project is completed or abandoned subject to Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642. Unless
otherwise specified in this article, money appropriated in this article for activities under
Minnesota Statutes, sections 16B.307, 84.946, and 135A.046, should not be used for projects
that can be financed within a reasonable time frame under Minnesota Statutes, section
16B.322 or 16C.144. Unless otherwise specified, general fund appropriations in this article
are onetime and are in fiscal year 2017.

APPROPRIATIONS

Sec. 2. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
81,567,000

To the Board of Regents of the University of
Minnesota for the purposes specified in this
section.

Subd. 2.

Higher Education Asset Preservation
and Replacement (HEAPR)

50,000,000

To be spent in accordance with Minnesota
Statutes, section 135A.046.

Subd. 3.

Chemical Sciences and Advanced
Materials Science Building

27,167,000

To design, construct, furnish, and equip a new
laboratory building on the Duluth campus,
including classrooms and research and
undergraduate instructional laboratories.

Subd. 4.

Twin Cities - Plant Growth Research
Facility

4,400,000

To demolish the existing biological sciences
greenhouse and to predesign, design,
construct, furnish, and equip a greenhouse to
support learning and research on the St. Paul
campus.

Subd. 5.

University Share

Except for the appropriation for HEAPR, the
appropriations in this section are intended to
cover approximately two-thirds of the cost of
each project. The remaining costs must be paid
from university sources.

Subd. 6.

Unspent Appropriations

Upon substantial completion of a project
authorized in this section and after written
notice to the commissioner of management
and budget, the Board of Regents must use
any money remaining in the appropriation for
that project for HEAPR under Minnesota
Statutes, section 135A.046. The Board of
Regents must report by February 1 of each
even-numbered year to the chairs of the house
of representatives and senate committees with
jurisdiction over capital investment and higher
education finance, and to the chairs of the
house of representatives Ways and Means
Committee and the senate Finance Committee,
on how the remaining money has been
allocated or spent.

Sec. 3. MINNESOTA STATE COLLEGES AND
UNIVERSITIES

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
107,487,000

To the Board of Trustees of the Minnesota
State Colleges and Universities for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Higher Education Asset Preservation
and Replacement (HEAPR)

35,000,000

To be spent in accordance with Minnesota
Statutes, section 135A.046.

Subd. 3.

Hibbing Community College

9,958,000

To demolish Building G and connecting links
or portions thereof, and to construct, renovate,
furnish, and equip buildings, links, and entry
spaces on the campus.

Subd. 4.

Minnesota State Community and
Technical College

(a) Fergus Falls campus
978,000

To design, renovate, furnish, and equip a new
Center for Student and Workforce Success
(CSWS) that integrates the Regional
Workforce Center. The board must enter into
a lease agreement with the commissioner of
employment and economic development, or
partners of the commissioner, for use of the
workforce center subject to Minnesota
Statutes, section 16A.695. The board must use
nonstate money for the remainder of the cost
of the renovation.

(b) Wadena campus
820,000

To design, renovate, furnish, and equip the
relocation of the current library to
underutilized space and converting the vacated
space into a centralized student services center.

Subd. 5.

Northland Community and Technical
College, East Grand Forks

826,000

To design, renovate, furnish, and equip science
and radiological lab space on the East Grand
Forks campus.

Subd. 6.

Riverland Community College, Albert
Lea

7,427,000

To design, construct, furnish, and equip the
renovation and expansion of the Trade and
Industrial Education Center on the Albert Lea
campus of Riverland Community College.

Subd. 7.

South Central College, North Mankato

8,600,000

To design, renovate, renew, furnish, and equip
laboratory, classroom and office spaces on the
North Mankato campus.

Subd. 8.

St. Cloud State University

18,572,000

To construct, renovate, furnish, and equip
Eastman Hall for the relocation of
consolidated student health services and
academic programs.

Subd. 9.

Winona State University, Education
Village, Phase 2

25,306,000

To complete design, construct, renovate,
furnish, and equip Phase 2 of the Education
Village project, including the renovation of
Cathedral and Wabasha Halls and Wabasha
Rec, and remove obsolete portions of Wabasha
Rec and the Annex building between
Cathedral School and Wabasha Rec.

Subd. 10.

Debt Service

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b), the
Board of Trustees shall pay the debt service
on one-third of the principal amount of state
bonds sold to finance projects authorized by
this section. After each sale of general
obligation bonds, the commissioner of
management and budget shall notify the board
of the amounts assessed for each year for the
life of the bonds.

(b) The board need not pay debt service on
bonds sold to finance HEAPR. Where a
nonstate match is required, the debt service is
due on a principal amount equal to one-third
of the total project cost, less the match
committed before the bonds are sold.

(c) The commissioner of management and
budget shall reduce the board's assessment
each year by one-third of the net income from
investment of general obligation bond
proceeds in proportion to the amount of
principal and interest otherwise required to be
paid by the board. The board shall pay its
resulting net assessment to the commissioner
of management and budget by December 1
each year. If the board fails to make a payment
when due, the commissioner of management
and budget shall reduce allotments for
appropriations from the general fund otherwise
available to the board and apply the amount
of the reduction to cover the missed debt
service payment. The commissioner of
management and budget shall credit the
payments received from the board to the bond
debt service account in the state bond fund
each December 1 before money is transferred
from the general fund under Minnesota
Statutes, section 16A.641, subdivision 10.

Subd. 11.

Unspent Appropriations

(a) Upon substantial completion of a project
authorized in this section and after written
notice to the commissioner of management
and budget, the board must use any money
remaining in the appropriation for that project
for HEAPR under Minnesota Statutes, section
135A.046. The Board of Trustees must report
by February 1 of each even-numbered year to
the chairs of the house of representatives and
senate committees with jurisdiction over
capital investment and higher education
finance, and to the chairs of the house of
representatives Ways and Means Committee
and the senate Finance Committee, on how
the remaining money has been allocated or
spent.

(b) The unspent portion of an appropriation
for a project in this section that is complete is
available for HEAPR under this subdivision,
at the same campus as the project for which
the original appropriation was made and the
debt service requirement under subdivision
10 is reduced accordingly. Minnesota Statutes,
section 16A.642, applies from the date of the
original appropriation to the unspent amount
transferred.

Sec. 4. EDUCATION

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
18,070,000

To the commissioner of education for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Library Construction Grants

2,000,000

For library construction grants under
Minnesota Statutes, section 134.45.

Subd. 3.

Red Lake - Independent School District
No. 38 Facility Projects

14,070,000

(a) This appropriation is from the maximum
effort school loan fund for a capital loan to
Independent School District No. 38, Red Lake,
as provided in Minnesota Statutes, sections
126C.60 to 126C.72. This appropriation is to
complete design and construction of a
connection structure between the Red Lake
Early Learning Childhood Center and Red
Lake Elementary School; renovations to
various classrooms, labs, and support rooms;
updating of mechanical systems; and
expansion of the cafeteria. Before any capital
loan contract is approved under this
subdivision, the district must provide
documentation acceptable to the commissioner
of education on how the capital loan will be
used.

(b) The commissioner of administration may
provide project management services to assist
the Department of Education with oversight
of the project. No money for construction may
be distributed by the commissioner of
education to the recipient school district until
bids have been received on 100 percent of the
construction documents and satisfactory
documentation has been submitted to the
commissioner of education indicating the
project can be fully completed with money
available for the project.

(c) Notwithstanding the timelines in Minnesota
Statutes, section 126C.69, subdivision 11,
Independent School District No. 38, Red Lake,
must submit the question authorizing the
borrowing of money for the facilities to voters
of the district at the first general election after
the effective date of this section.

Subd. 4.

Grand Rapids - Myles Reif Center

500,000

From the general fund for a grant to
Independent School District No. 318, Grand
Rapids, to cover cost overruns for the Myles
Reif Center for the Performing Arts project in
Grand Rapids. This appropriation is added to
and is for the same purposes as the project in
Laws 2014, chapter 294, article 1, section 21,
subdivision 8. This appropriation does not
require a nonstate contribution.

Subd. 5.

Olmsted County - Dyslexia Institute of
Minnesota

1,500,000

For a grant to Olmsted County to acquire land
for and to predesign, design, construct, furnish,
and equip a facility in Olmsted County to
support the local, regional, and national
literacy work of the Dyslexia Institute of
Minnesota, subject to Minnesota Statutes,
section 16A.695. This appropriation is not
available until the commissioner of
management and budget determines that an
equal amount is committed from nonstate
sources.

Sec. 5. MINNESOTA STATE ACADEMIES

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
2,050,000

To the commissioner of administration for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Asset Preservation

2,000,000

For capital asset preservation improvements
and betterments on both campuses of the
Minnesota State Academies, to be spent in
accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section
16B.307.

Subd. 3.

Security Corridor

50,000

For predesign for a safety corridor on the
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
campus.

Sec. 6. NATURAL RESOURCES

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
63,211,000

(a) To the commissioner of natural resources
for the purposes specified in this section.

(b) The appropriations in this section are
subject to the requirements of the natural
resources capital improvement program under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.12, unless
this section or the statutes referred to in this
section provide more specific standards,
criteria, or priorities for projects than
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.12.

Subd. 2.

Natural Resources Asset Preservation

25,866,000

For the renovation of state-owned facilities
and recreational assets operated by the
commissioner of natural resources to be spent
in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section
84.946. Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes,
section 84.946: (1) the commissioner may use
this appropriation to replace buildings if,
considering the embedded energy in the
building, that is the most energy-efficient and
carbon-reducing method of renovation; and
(2) this appropriation may be used for projects
to remove life safety hazards such as building
code violations or structural defects.

Subd. 3.

Flood Hazard Mitigation

11,555,000

(a) For the state share of flood hazard
mitigation grants for publicly owned capital
improvements to prevent or alleviate flood
damage under Minnesota Statutes, section
103F.161.

(b) Levee projects, to the extent practical, shall
meet the state standard of three feet above the
100-year flood elevation.

(c) Project priorities shall be determined by
the commissioner as appropriate and based on
need.

(d) This appropriation includes $1,700,000 for
the Cedar River Watershed District, $750,000
for the city of Browns Valley project, and
$1,800,000 for the city of Ortonville project.

(e) For any project listed in this subdivision
that the commissioner determines is not ready
to proceed or does not expend all the money
allocated to it, the commissioner may allocate
that project's money to a project on the
commissioner's priority list.

(f) To the extent that the cost of a project
exceeds two percent of the median household
income in a municipality or township
multiplied by the number of households in the
municipality or township, this appropriation
is also for the local share of the project.

(g) To the extent practicable and consistent
with the project, recipients of appropriations
for flood damage reduction projects in this
subdivision shall create wetlands that are
eligible for wetland replacement credit to
replace wetlands drained or filled as a result
of repair, reconstruction, replacement, or
rehabilitation of an existing public road under
Minnesota Statutes, section 103G.222,
subdivision 1, paragraphs (l) and (m).

(h) Wetlands established by flood control
projects funded in this subdivision that are not
needed for replacement credit as part of a
flood damage project funded in this
subdivision, are eligible for wetland
replacement credit under Minnesota Statutes,
sections 103G.222 to 103G.2243.

Subd. 4.

Dam Renovation, Repair, Removal

9,000,000

For design, engineering, and construction to
repair, reconstruct, or remove dams and
respond to dam safety emergencies. The
commissioner shall determine project priorities
as appropriate under Minnesota Statutes,
sections 103G.511 and 103G.515. Of this
appropriation:

$500,000 is for emergencies on state-owned
dams;

$3,600,000 is for a grant to the city of
Lanesboro for repair of the Lanesboro dam
and notwithstanding the match requirements
in Minnesota Statutes, section 103G.511, does
not require a nonstate contribution. This
includes funding for repairs of the hydropower
system;

$2,500,000 is for repairs of the Lake Bronson
dam;

$500,000 is for a grant to the city of Pelican
Rapids for engineering work for the Pelican
Rapids dam;

$200,000 is for a grant to the city of Pine
River for engineering work on the Norway
Lake dam;

$200,000 is for a grant to Yellow Medicine
County for the Canby R-6 impoundment dam;

$100,000 is for a grant to St. Louis County for
the Little Stone Lake dam; and

$1,400,000 is for state dams at Brawner, West
Leaf Lake, Collinwood, Grindstone River, and
Sullivan.

If the commissioner determines that a project
is not ready to proceed, this appropriation may
be used for other projects on the
commissioner's priority list.

Subd. 5.

Reforestation and Stand Improvement

1,000,000

To provide for reforestation and stand
improvement on state forest lands to meet the
reforestation requirements of Minnesota
Statutes, section 89.002, subdivision 2,
including purchasing native seeds and native
seedlings, planting, seeding, site preparation,
and protection on state lands administered by
the commissioner.

Subd. 6.

State Trail and Recreation Area
Development

11,490,000

$2,000,000 is for acquisition and development
of the Gitchi-Gami State Trail, Grand Marais
to Cascade State Park, and through the town
of Tofte.

$2,590,000 is for the Glacial Lakes Trail, to
complete an approximately 6-1/4 mile trail
connection between New London and Sibley
State Park, and repair of the bicycle trail in
Sibley State Park.

$3,300,000 is to design, develop, and complete
the Heartland State Trail from Detroit Lakes
to Frazee and, to the extent there is sufficient
money, for work on the spur from Park Rapids
to Itasca State Park.

$3,600,000 is for acquisition and development
in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area,
including the Cuyuna Mountain Bike System.

Subd. 7.

Champlin - Mill Pond

3,300,000

For a grant to the city of Champlin to dredge
and remove sediment and for other capital
improvements of the Champlin Mill Pond
necessary to improve water quality, restore
fish habitat, and provide other public benefits.

Subd. 8.

Lake County - Prospectors ATV Trail
System

1,000,000

For a grant to Lake County for construction,
including bridges, of the Prospectors ATV
Trail System linking the communities of Ely,
Babbitt, Embarrass, and Tower; Bear Head
Lake and Lake Vermilion-Soudan
Underground Mine State Parks; the Taconite
State Trail; and the Lake County Regional
ATV Trail System. This appropriation is not
available until the commissioner of
management and budget determines that an
equal amount is committed from other sources.

Subd. 9.

Unspent Appropriations

The unspent portion of an appropriation for a
project in this section that is complete, upon
written notice to the commissioner of
management and budget, is available for asset
preservation under Minnesota Statutes, section
84.946. Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642,
applies from the date of the original
appropriation to the unspent amount
transferred.

Sec. 7. POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
30,405,000

To the commissioner of the Pollution Control
Agency for the purposes specified in this
section.

Subd. 2.

St. Louis River Cleanup

12,705,000

To design and implement contaminated
sediment management actions identified in
the St. Louis River remedial action plan to
restore water quality in the St. Louis River
Area of Concern. The agency shall enter into
partnership agreements with federal agencies,
where possible, to complete this project work
by December 31, 2020.

Subd. 3.

Closed Landfill Cleanup

650,000

To design and construct remedial systems and
acquire land at closed landfills throughout the
state in accordance with the closed landfill
program under Minnesota Statutes, sections
115B.39 to 115B.42. The agency must follow
the agency priorities, which includes a
construction project at the waste disposal
engineering (WDE) site in Anoka County.

Subd. 4.

Capital Assistance Program

9,250,000

(a) For the solid waste capital assistance grant
program under Minnesota Statutes, section
115A.54.

(b) Of this appropriation, $9,250,000 is for a
grant to Polk County to complete a regional
integrated solid waste management system.
An additional renewable energy component
shall not be mandated as a requirement of this
project to qualify for funding under this
section.

Subd. 5.

Redwood-Cottonwood Rivers Joint
Powers - Lake Redwood Reclamation and
Enhancement Project

7,800,000

For a grant to the Redwood-Cottonwood
Rivers control area, a joint powers entity, to
predesign, design, construct, and equip the
reservoir reclamation and enhancement of the
66-acre Lake Redwood Reservoir, to remove
approximately 650,000 cubic yards of
sediment and increase its depth from
approximately 2.8 feet to approximately 20
feet in order to secure renewable energy
capacity of the hydroelectric dam which is
impeded by lack of water capacity, reduce the
flow of pollutants to the Minnesota River, and
increase fish habitat and enhance recreational
opportunities.

Sec. 8. BOARD OF WATER AND SOIL
RESOURCES

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
15,000,000

To the Board of Water and Soil Resources for
the purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Reinvest in Minnesota (RIM) Reserve
Program

10,000,000

(a) To acquire conservation easements from
landowners to preserve, restore, create, and
enhance wetlands and associated uplands of
prairie and grasslands, and restore and enhance
rivers and streams, riparian lands, and
associated uplands of prairie and grasslands
in order to protect soil and water quality,
support fish and wildlife habitat, reduce flood
damage, and provide other public benefits.
The provisions of Minnesota Statutes, section
103F.515, apply to this program.

(b) The board shall give priority to leveraging
federal money by enrolling targeted new lands
or enrolling environmentally sensitive lands
that have expiring federal conservation
agreements.

(c) The board is authorized to enter into new
agreements and amend past agreements with
landowners as required by Minnesota Statutes,
section 103F.515, subdivision 5, to allow for
restoration. Of this appropriation, up to five
percent may be used for restoration and
enhancement.

Subd. 3.

Local Government Roads Wetland
Replacement Program

5,000,000

To acquire land or permanent easements and
to restore, create, enhance, and preserve
wetlands to replace those wetlands drained or
filled as a result of the repair, reconstruction,
replacement, or rehabilitation of existing
public roads as required by Minnesota
Statutes, section 103G.222, subdivision 1,
paragraphs (l) and (m). The board may vary
the priority order of Minnesota Statutes,
section 103G.222, subdivision 3, paragraph
(a), to implement an in-lieu fee agreement
approved by the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers under section 404 of the Clean
Water Act. The purchase price paid for
acquisition of land or perpetual easement must
be a fair market value as determined by the
board. The board may enter into agreements
with the federal government, other state
agencies, political subdivisions, nonprofit
organizations, fee title owners, or other
qualified private entities to acquire wetland
replacement credits in accordance with
Minnesota Rules, chapter 8420.

Sec. 9. AGRICULTURE

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriations

$
2,824,000

To the commissioner of agriculture for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Agriculture Lab

2,218,000

From the general fund for equipment and
instruments for the agriculture laboratory. This
appropriation is available until June 30, 2022.

Subd. 3.

AURI

606,000

From the general fund for a grant to
Agricultural Utilization Research Institute
(AURI) for construction of a development
kitchen, sensory lab, and safety and security
upgrades at AURI's Marshall facility and for
communications and information technology
upgrades at the Crookston, Marshall, and
Waseca facilities.

Sec. 10. RURAL FINANCE AUTHORITY

$
35,000,000

For the purposes set forth in the Minnesota
Constitution, article XI, section 5, paragraph
(h), to the Rural Finance Authority to purchase
participation interests in or to make direct
agricultural loans to farmers under Minnesota
Statutes, chapter 41B. This appropriation is
from the bond proceeds account in the rural
finance administration fund and is for the
beginning farmer program under Minnesota
Statutes, section 41B.039; the loan
restructuring program under Minnesota
Statutes, section 41B.04; the seller-sponsored
program under Minnesota Statutes, section
41B.042; the agricultural improvement loan
program under Minnesota Statutes, section
41B.043; and the livestock expansion loan
program under Minnesota Statutes, section
41B.045. All debt service on bond proceeds
used to finance this appropriation must be
repaid by the Rural Finance Authority under
Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.643. Loan
participations must be priced to provide full
interest and principal coverage and a reserve
for potential losses. Priority for loans must be
given first to basic beginning farmer loans,
second to seller-sponsored loans, and third to
agricultural improvement loans.

Sec. 11. MINNESOTA ZOOLOGICAL
GARDEN

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
4,000,000

To the Minnesota Zoological Garden Board
for the purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Asset Preservation

4,000,000

For capital asset preservation improvements
and betterments to infrastructure and exhibits
at the Minnesota Zoo, to be spent in
accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section
16B.307. Notwithstanding the specified uses
of money under Minnesota Statutes, section
16B.307, the board may use this appropriation
to replace buildings that are poor in condition,
outdated, and no longer support the work of
the Minnesota Zoo and to construct and
renovate trails and roads on the Minnesota
Zoo site.

Sec. 12. ADMINISTRATION

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
26,178,000

To the commissioner of administration for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Centennial Parking Ramp

10,878,000

(a) To complete design and for structural
repairs to the Centennial parking ramp,
including removal of the top deck green space
to provide additional parking capacity,
repairing damaged post-tension cables, and
installation of a deck surface protection
coating.

(b) Any unexpended amount of this
appropriation after completing the project in
paragraph (a) may be used to design and
construct a storm water retention basin
adjacent to the Centennial parking ramp, if the
commissioner of administration determines
that the basin is feasible.

Subd. 3.

Capital Asset Preservation and
Replacement Account

2,500,000

To be spent in accordance with Minnesota
Statutes, section 16A.632.

Subd. 4.

Capitol Complex Monuments and
Memorials

350,000

To design and complete critical repairs to the
Peace Officers and Roy Wilkins Memorials
located on the Capitol complex.

Subd. 5.

Capitol Complex - Physical Security
Upgrades

10,500,000

For the design, construction, and equipping
required to upgrade the physical security
elements and systems for one or more of the
buildings listed below, their attached tunnel
systems and surrounding grounds, and parking
facilities as identified in the 2014 Minnesota
State Capitol Complex Physical Security Study
conducted by Miller Dunwiddie Architecture.
Work includes but is not limited to the
installation of bollards, blast protection,
infrastructure security screen walls, door
access controls, emergency call stations,
security kiosks, locking devices, and traffic
control to the extent these funds allow. This
appropriation is for work associated with one
or more of the following buildings:
Administration, Centennial, Judicial,
Ag/Health Lab, Minnesota History Center,
Minnesota History Center Loading Dock,
Capitol Complex Power Plant and Shops,
Stassen, State Office, and Veterans Service.

Subd. 6.

Granite Falls - Pioneer Public Television

1,950,000

From the general fund to provide an equipment
grant to Pioneer Public Television as part of
the station's construction of a new facility in
Granite Falls, Minnesota. The money may be
used to purchase and install equipment
necessary to the station's operation. This
appropriation does not require a nonstate
contribution.

Sec. 13. MN.IT

$
$1,432,000

To the commissioner of administration to
predesign, design, construct, renovate, furnish,
and equip existing state data center facilities
at the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's
Maryland Avenue office building and at the
Department of Revenue's Stassen Office
Building for the purpose of decommissioning
and repurposing into usable space.

Sec. 14. MILITARY AFFAIRS

$
2,500,000

To the adjutant general for asset preservation
improvements and betterments of a capital
nature at military affairs facilities statewide,
to be spent in accordance with Minnesota
Statutes, section 16B.307.

Sec. 15. PUBLIC SAFETY

$
3,521,000

To the adjutant general to predesign, design,
construct, and equip a joint emergency railroad
and pipeline emergency response training
facility at Camp Ripley. The project includes
construction of stations and capital
infrastructure needed for mock disaster
training, including infrastructure for training
in hazardous materials abatement and site
recovery work.

Sec. 16. TRANSPORTATION

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
272,795,000

To the commissioner of transportation for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Local Bridge Replacement and
Rehabilitation

90,000,000

From the bond proceeds account in the state
transportation fund to match federal money
and to replace or rehabilitate local deficient
bridges as provided in Minnesota Statutes,
section 174.50.

Subd. 3.

Local Road Improvement Fund Grants

141,196,000

(a) From the bond proceeds account in the
state transportation fund as provided in
Minnesota Statutes, section 174.50, for grants
under Minnesota Statutes, section 174.52,
subdivision 2, for construction and
reconstruction of local roads with statewide
or regional significance under Minnesota
Statutes, section 174.52, subdivision 4, or for
grants to counties to assist in paying the costs
of rural road safety capital improvement
projects on county state-aid highways under
Minnesota Statutes, section 174.52,
subdivision 4a.

(b) Of this amount, $9,000,000 is for a grant
to Anoka County to complete the design, land
acquisition, engineering, and construction of
County State-Aid Highway 23, known as Lake
Drive, County State-Aid Highway 54, known
as West Freeway Drive, and to Hornsby Street
in the city of Columbus to support the overall
interchange project.

(c) Of this amount, $1,000,000 is for a grant
to the town of Appleton in Swift County for
upgrades to an existing township road to
provide for a paved, ten-ton capacity township
road extending between marked Trunk
Highways 7 and 119.

(d) This appropriation includes money for a
grant to the city of Baxter for 50 percent of
total project cost for the acquisition of land or
interests in land, environmental analysis and
environmental cleanup, predesign, design,
engineering, and construction of improvements
to Cypress Drive, including expansion to a
four-lane divided urban roadway, between
Excelsior Road and College Road.

(e) Of this amount, $3,246,000 is for a grant
to the city of Blaine to predesign, design, and
reconstruct 105th Avenue in the vicinity of
the National Sports Center in Blaine. The
reconstruction will include changing the street
from five lanes to four lanes with median, turn
lanes, sidewalk, trail, landscaping, lighting,
and consolidation of access driveways. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that at least $3,000,000 is
committed to the project from sources
available to the city, including municipal state
aid and county turnback funds.

(f) Of this amount, $25,000,000 is for a grant
to Hennepin County for design, right-of-way
acquisition, engineering, and construction of
public improvements related to the Interstate
Highway 35W and Lake Street access project
and related improvements within the Interstate
Highway 35W corridor. This appropriation is
not available until the commissioner of
management and budget determines that an
amount sufficient to complete the Interstate
Highway 35W and Lake Street access project
has been committed to the project.

(g) Of this amount, $20,500,000 is for a grant
to Ramsey County for preliminary and final
design, right-of-way acquisition, engineering,
contract administration, and construction of
public improvements related to the
construction of the interchange of marked
Interstate Highway 694 and Rice Street,
Ramsey County State-Aid Highway 49, in
Ramsey County.

(h) Of this amount, $700,000 is for a grant to
Redwood County for paving Nobles Avenue
as the main access road to a new State
Veterans Cemetery to be located in Paxton
Township.

Subd. 4.

Rail Grade Separations

26,749,000

To design and construct rail safety projects at
highway-rail grade crossings in accordance
with Minnesota Statutes, section 219.016. Of
this appropriation:

(1) $11,987,000 is for a grant to Anoka County
for environmental analysis, design,
engineering, removal of an existing structure,
and construction of a rail grade crossing
separation at Anoka County State-Aid
Highway 78, known as Hanson Boulevard, in
Coon Rapids.

(2) $14,762,000 is for a grant to the city of
Red Wing for environmental analysis, design,
engineering, removal of an existing structure,
and construction of a rail grade crossing
separation at Sturgeon Lake Road.

Subd. 5.

Railroad Warning Devices

1,000,000

To design, construct, and equip new rail grade
crossing warning safety devices at active
highway-rail grade crossings, or to replace
active highway-rail grade warning safety
devices that have reached the end of their
useful life.

Subd. 6.

Minnesota Valley Regional Rail
Authority

4,000,000

For a grant to the Minnesota Valley Regional
Rail Authority for the rehabilitation of a
portion of the railroad track between Winthrop
and Hanley Falls. The grant under this
subdivision may also be used for any required
environmental documentation and
remediation, predesign, design, and
rehabilitation or replacement of bridges with
new bridges or culverts between Winthrop and
Hanley Falls. A grant under this section is in
addition to any grant, loan, or loan guarantee
for this project made by the commissioner
under Minnesota Statutes, sections 222.46 to
222.62. This appropriation is in addition to
the appropriations in Laws 2006, chapter 258,
section 16, subdivision 6; Laws 2008, chapter
179, section 16, subdivision 5; Laws 2009,
chapter 93, article 1, section 11, subdivision
4; Laws 2010, chapter 189, section 15,
subdivision 5; and Laws 2015, First Special
Session chapter 5, article 1, section 10,
subdivision 4.

Subd. 7.

Hugo - Short Line Railway

1,100,000

For a grant to Minnesota Commercial Railway
for construction of repairs and other capital
improvements to approximately 6.5 miles of
railroad track described as that portion of the
Minnesota Commercial Railway main running
lead, between M & D Junction in White Bear
Lake and the end of the track in Hugo. This
appropriation must be used for the purposes
set forth in the Minnesota Constitution, article
XI, section 5, clause (i), to improve and
rehabilitate railroad rights-of-way and other
rail facilities, whether public or private. This
appropriation does not require a nonstate
match.

Subd. 8.

Port Development Assistance

5,000,000

For grants under Minnesota Statutes, chapter
457A. Any improvements made with the
proceeds of these grants must be publicly
owned.

Subd. 9.

International Falls-Koochiching County
Airport Commission

3,000,000

(a) For a grant to the International
Falls-Koochiching County Airport
Commission for the following improvements
to the Falls International Airport:

(1) demolition of the existing terminal
building;

(2) rehabilitation;

(3) site preparation, including utilities and civil
work;

(4) design, construction, furnishing, and
equipping Phase II of the new terminal
building, including a Transportation Safety
Administration office, weather office,
conference room, circulation corridor, airport
administration offices, United States Customs
and Border Protection storage rooms, offices,
restrooms, passenger-processing area,
wet-hold room, interview room, search room,
precustoms and postcustoms passenger waiting
areas, and vestibule; and

(5) associated appurtenances of a capital
nature.

(b) After completion of the improvements
under paragraph (a), any unspent money from
this appropriation may be used by the
International Falls-Koochiching County
Airport Commission for a commercial airline
apron expansion project at the Falls
International Airport.

(c) This appropriation does not require a
nonstate contribution or match.

Subd. 10.

Grand Rapids - Pedestrian Bridge

750,000

For a grant to the city of Grand Rapids to
design the construction of a bridge over the
Mississippi River for pedestrian and bicycle
use to provide a safe alternative route to the
existing marked Trunk Highway 169 vehicle
bridge, and to serve as a connection to existing
trail systems on each side of the river. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner determines that an equal amount
has been committed to the project from
nonstate sources.

Sec. 17. METROPOLITAN COUNCIL

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
40,350,000

To the Metropolitan Council for the purposes
specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Metropolitan Regional Parks and Trails
Capital Improvements

5,000,000

For the cost of improvements and betterments
of a capital nature and acquisition by the
council and local government units of regional
recreational open-space lands in accordance
with the council's policy plan as provided in
Minnesota Statutes, section 473.147. This
appropriation must not be used to purchase
easements.

Subd. 3.

Metro Orange Line BRT

12,100,000

Up to $12,100,000, but an amount that is no
more than ten percent of the total project cost,
is for the Metropolitan Council, or for the
Metropolitan Council to make grants to
political subdivisions, for design, acquisition
of right-of-way, engineering, and construction
of capital improvements along the I-35W
corridor for completion of the Metro Orange
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Line.

Subd. 4.

Mall of America Station

8,750,000

For design and construction of improvements
to the Mall of America Station on the
Hiawatha Corridor light rail transit line,
subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
16A.695. The Metropolitan Council must
consult with the city of Bloomington
throughout the design and construction
process.

Subd. 5.

Metropolitan Cities Inflow and
Infiltration Grants

2,500,000

For grants to cities within the metropolitan
area, as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section
473.121, subdivision 2, for capital
improvements in municipal wastewater
collection systems to reduce the amount of
inflow and infiltration to the Metropolitan
Council's metropolitan sanitary sewer disposal
system. Grants from this appropriation are for
up to 50 percent of the cost to mitigate inflow
and infiltration in the publicly owned
municipal wastewater collection systems. To
be eligible for a grant, a city must be identified
by the council as a contributor of excessive
inflow and infiltration in the metropolitan
disposal system or have a measured flow rate
within 20 percent of its allowable
council-determined inflow and infiltration
limits. The council must award grants based
on applications from cities that identify
eligible capital costs and include a timeline
for inflow and infiltration mitigation
construction, pursuant to guidelines
established by the council.

Subd. 6.

St. Paul - Como Zoo

12,000,000

For a grant to the city of St. Paul for predesign,
design, and engineering of Phase I of the
renovation of seal and sea lion habitat at the
Como Zoo. The renovated habitat will support
the zoo education programs. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that at least $1,100,000 is
committed to the project from nonstate
sources.

Sec. 18. HEALTH

$
2,335,000

From the general fund in fiscal year 2017 to
the commissioner of health for equipment and
instruments for the public health laboratory.
Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section
16A.642, this appropriation is available until
June 30, 2022.

Sec. 19. HUMAN SERVICES

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
84,271,000

To the commissioner of administration, or
another named agency, for the purposes
specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Minnesota Security Hospital - St. Peter

57,611,000

To complete design, remodel, construct,
furnish, and equip the second phase of the
two-phase project to remodel existing and to
develop new residential, program, activity,
and ancillary facilities for the Minnesota
Security Hospital on the upper campus of the
St. Peter Regional Treatment Center. This does
not include construction of a new 48-bed
transitional housing unit. This appropriation
includes money to: demolish, renovate, and
remodel existing space; construct new space;
address fire and life safety, and other building
code deficiencies; replace or renovate interior
finishes; purchase furnishings, fixtures, and
equipment; replace or renovate the Minnesota
Security Hospital building's HVAC, plumbing,
electrical, security, and life safety systems;
tuck-point; replace windows and doors; design
and abate asbestos and hazardous materials;
and complete site work necessary to support
the programmed use of the facilities on the St.
Peter Regional Treatment Center upper
campus.

Subd. 3.

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
Services

7,530,000

To purchase land in or near the city of Willmar
for, and to predesign, design, construct,
furnish, and equip, a 16-bed psychiatric
hospital facility of approximately 17,500 to
18,000 square feet that will house the Child
and Adolescent Behavioral Health Services
(CABHS) program. The facility shall include
space for single bedrooms, bathing and toilets,
dining, living, group and treatment rooms,
education space, visitation, clinic/professional
staff, operations staff, patient storage,
operations storage, food preparation,
HVAC/telecommunications/data equipment,
a small area for indoor recreation, and a secure
outdoor activity space. The property for the
facility will provide for staff and visitor
parking, outdoor activities, and appropriate
side, front, and rear setbacks.

Subd. 4.

Anoka Metro Regional Treatment
Center Safety and Security Renovations

2,250,000

To provide security upgrades of a capital
nature at the Anoka Metro Regional Treatment
Center campus, including but not limited to
control centers, electronic monitoring and
perimeter security equipment, new or updated
security fencing, and other building security
renovations. This appropriation includes
money for: predesign, design, furnishing,
fixtures, and equipment; construction of safety
and security improvements to courtyards on
residential treatment units; securely enclosing
the nursing station on Unit G; and installing
a campus-wide closed-circuit television video
security system, a facility-wide personal
duress alarm system, a key control system,
and an electronic access control system.

Subd. 5.

Regional Medical Examiner's Facility

2,680,000

To the commissioner of human services for a
grant to Hennepin County to design an
approximately 67,000 square foot regional,
state-of-the-art medical examiner's facility.
The facility shall: (1) provide forensic death
investigation and autopsy services for Dakota,
Hennepin, and Scott Counties with the
flexibility to accommodate future partner
counties and agencies; (2) serve as a teaching
facility for the state, on the science of forensic
pathology; and (3) be located in the city of
Bloomington as a site that best supports access
needs for the three founding counties and
reasonable scene response times for the
geographic service area.

Subd. 6.

Perspectives Family Center - St. Louis
Park

600,000

From the general fund to the commissioner of
human services for a grant to Perspectives,
Inc. to predesign and design the expansion and
renovation of the existing Perspectives Family
Center facility in St. Louis Park. The expanded
and renovated facility must be used to promote
the public welfare by providing any or all of
the following programs and services: (1)
supportive housing programs for homeless
women and their children; (2) mental and
chemical health programs; (3) employment
services; (4) academic, social skills, and
nutritional programs for homeless and at-risk
children; (5) an all-day therapeutic early
childhood development program for homeless
and at-risk children; and (6) a culturally
sensitive safe and nurturing environment for
at-risk children to meet with their
nonresidential parents. This appropriation is
not available until the commissioner of
management and budget has determined that
at least an equal amount has been expended
or committed to the project from nonstate
sources. Nonstate money spent on the project
since May 1, 2015, shall be included in the
determination of nonstate commitments to the
project.

Subd. 7.

The Family Partnership

1,600,000

To the commissioner of human services from
the general fund for a grant to the Family
Partnership to predesign and design a facility
in Minneapolis to provide mental health, early
childhood education, and other services to
support children and families. This
appropriation is not available until at least an
equal amount of money is committed from
nonstate resources.

Subd. 8.

St. Paul - Dorothy Day Opportunity
Center

12,000,000

To the commissioner of human services for a
grant to the city of St. Paul to predesign,
design, construct, furnish, and equip an
opportunity center to serve as an integrated
one-stop delivery system connecting persons
at risk of becoming homeless, and persons
working to move up and out of homelessness,
and to provide services that improve their
health, income, housing stability, or
well-being, subject to Minnesota Statutes,
section 16A.695. This appropriation may be
used to acquire property for these purposes.
This appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget has
determined that at least an equal amount has
been committed to the project from nonstate
sources. This appropriation is in addition to
the appropriation in Laws 2014, chapter 294,
article 1, section 18, subdivision 9.

Sec. 20. VETERANS AFFAIRS

$
5,000,000

To the commissioner of administration for
asset preservation improvements and
betterments of a capital nature at the veterans
homes in Minneapolis, Hastings, Fergus Falls,
Silver Bay, and Luverne, to be spent in
accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section
16B.307.

Sec. 21. CORRECTIONS

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
40,900,000

To the commissioner of administration for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Asset Preservation

20,000,000

For asset preservation improvements and
betterments of a capital nature at Minnesota
correctional facilities statewide, to be spent in
accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section
16B.307.

Subd. 3.

Minnesota Correctional Facility - St.
Cloud

19,000,000

To construct and equip a new intake unit and
a loading dock with a secure connection to a
new central warehouse at the Minnesota
Correctional Facility – St. Cloud.

Subd. 4.

Minnesota Correctional Facility - Moose
Lake

1,900,000

To design, expand, renovate, and equip the
outdated master control center to improve
security and efficiency at the Minnesota
Correctional Facility - Moose Lake. The
renovation includes updating fire alarm panels
and mechanical and electrical systems and
improving visibility of the visiting area.

Subd. 5.

Unspent Appropriations

The unspent portion of an appropriation for a
Department of Corrections project in this
section that is complete, upon written notice
to the commissioner of management and
budget, is available for asset preservation
under Minnesota Statutes, section 16B.307.
Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642, applies
from the date of the original appropriation to
the unspent amount transferred.

Sec. 22. EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
93,350,000

To the commissioner of employment and
economic development for the purposes
specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Transportation Economic Development

7,000,000

For grants under Minnesota Statutes, section
116J.436.

Subd. 3.

Greater Minnesota Business
Development Public Infrastructure Grants

12,000,000

For grants under Minnesota Statutes, section
116J.431.

Subd. 4.

Innovative Business Development Public
Infrastructure Grants

2,500,000

For grants under Minnesota Statutes, section
116J.435.

Subd. 5.

Duluth - Steam Plant

15,000,000

From the general fund for a grant to the city
of Duluth for one or more of the following:
complete the design of and renovate, construct,
furnish, and equip an upgrade to the municipal
district heating facility and systems, including
conversion of the distribution system along
Superior Street from steam, with no
condensate return, to closed-loop hot water.
This appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that an amount sufficient to
complete a distinct phase of the project
converting the steam system to hot water is
committed from nonstate sources.

Subd. 6.

Eagle's Healing Nest

300,000

From the general fund for a grant to Eagle's
Healing Nest in Sauk Centre.

Subd. 7.

Hennepin County - Hennepin Center
for the Arts

5,000,000

From the general fund for a grant to Hennepin
County for improvements and betterments of
a capital nature to renovate the historic
Hennepin Center for the Arts. This
appropriation is available after the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that $3,000,000 has been
committed to complete the project from
nonstate sources.

Subd. 8.

Hermantown - Arrowhead Regional
Health and Wellness Center

8,000,000

For a grant to the city of Hermantown to
prepare the middle school site on the
Hermantown School District campus,
including demolition of a portion of the middle
school, and to design, construct a new addition
to the middle school building and renovate the
remaining existing building, furnish, and equip
the facility as the Arrowhead Regional Health
and Wellness Center. The city may enter into
lease or management agreements under
Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.695, for
operation of the center. This appropriation is
not available until at least an equal amount is
committed to the project from nonstate
sources.

Subd. 9.

Litchfield - Phase 2 Power Generation
Improvements

3,000,000

For a grant to the city of Litchfield to design
and construct electrical generation
improvements in the city of Litchfield to
expand the current standby capacity, including
replacement of two old generators. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that at least an equal amount is
committed to the project from nonstate
sources.

Subd. 10.

Madelia

98,000

For a grant to the city of Madelia for repair
and replacement of a capital nature of public
infrastructure damaged by a fire in Madelia
in February 2016. This appropriation does not
require a nonstate contribution.

Subd. 11.

Minneapolis - Norway House

5,000,000

From the general fund for a grant to the
Norway House to acquire land and predesign,
design, construct, furnish, and equip a
conference and event center at 913 East
Franklin Avenue and adjacent property in
Minneapolis to celebrate the culture of
Norway and American Norwegians. This
appropriation is not available until at least an
equal amount is committed from nonstate
sources. Land purchased for this expansion
project shall count toward the nonstate match.

Subd. 12.

Minneapolis - Pioneers and Soldiers
Cemetery Restoration

1,029,000

For a grant to the city of Minneapolis to
restore the historic steel and limestone pillar
fence along Cedar Avenue and Lake Street,
install a new steel fence and pillars along 21st
Avenue South, and install a waterproofing
system for preservation of the fence and
pillars, at the Pioneer and Soldiers Cemetery.
This appropriation is available after the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that $394,000 is committed from
nonstate sources.

Subd. 13.

Polk County - North Country Food
Bank in Crookston

3,000,000

For a grant to Polk County to predesign,
design, construct, renovate, furnish, and equip
a regional charitable food warehouse,
distribution, and office facility in the city of
Crookston, subject to Minnesota Statutes,
section 16A.695. This appropriation is not
available until the commissioner of
management and budget determines that at
least an equal amount has been committed to
the project from nonstate sources. The value
of the land purchased or acquired by the
county after January 1, 2013, for this facility
shall count toward the nonstate match.

Subd. 14.

Red Wing - River Town Renaissance

4,480,000

For a grant to the city of Red Wing to
complete removal and replacement of
approximately 250 linear feet of the harbor
retaining wall; to design, construct, furnish,
and equip the renovation of the historic T.B.
Sheldon Performing Arts Theater; and to
design and construct transient riverboat
docking facilities, levee wall extension, and
levee promenade improvements at Levee Park.
This appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that an amount sufficient to
complete the project has been committed from
nonstate sources.

Subd. 15.

St. James - Public Infrastructure

3,443,000

For a grant to the city of St. James. Of this
amount, $2,193,000 is for engineering,
right-of-way acquisition, and reconstruction
of streets, sidewalks, storm water and sanitary
sewer, water mains, lighting, utilities, and
other capital improvements of publicly owned
infrastructure required for the reconstruction
of marked Trunk Highway 4 in the city of St.
James, and $1,250,000 is to replace the storm
sewer drain which serves St. James Lake and
the entire southern section of the City of St.
James.

Subd. 16.

St. Paul - Science Museum of
Minnesota Building Preservation

13,000,000

For a grant to the city of St. Paul for predesign,
design, and construction work to replace
water-damaged elements of the Science
Museum of Minnesota's exterior envelope and
some resultant interior damage caused by
latent design and construction defects, subject
to Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.695. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that an equal amount has been
committed to the project from nonstate
sources. Capital costs paid by the Science
Museum of Minnesota since January 1, 2014,
relating to the water intrusion damage, shall
count towards the match requirement.

Subd. 17.

St. Paul - Minnesota Museum of
American Art

6,000,000

For a grant to the St. Paul Port Authority to
design, construct, furnish, and equip new
museum galleries and an art study facility for
the Minnesota Museum of American Art. This
facility provides space to celebrate the legacy
of Minnesota art and artists and is part of the
restoration of the historic Pioneer Endicott
Building, and a part of a multiphase project,
of which only the museum galleries and art
study facility constructed with this
appropriation shall be state bond financed
property subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
16A.695. This appropriation is not available
until the commissioner of management and
budget has determined that:

(1) at least an amount equal to this
appropriation has been committed or
previously expended for design, construction,
and furnishing of the adjacent Minnesota
Museum of American Art Center for
Creativity facilities, which are not subject to
Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.695, with
funds from nonstate sources; and

(2) sufficient other state and nonstate funds
are available, if funds beyond this
appropriation are required, to complete the
museum galleries and art study facility.

Funds invested in the Minnesota Museum of
American Art Center for Creativity facilities
by an investor receiving an assignment of state
historic tax credits as provided in Minnesota
Statutes, section 290.0681, are nonstate funds
for purposes of this requirement. Only
expenditures made after January 1, 2012, shall
qualify for the required match. Due to the
integrated nature of the overall development,
public bidding shall not be required.

Sec. 23. PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
143,366,000

To the Public Facilities Authority for the
purposes specified in this section. The Public
Facilities Authority may use the funds in this
section or other available funds to amend
project financing agreements awarded after
July 1, 2016, based on program changes in
article 3, sections 5 and 6.

Subd. 2.

State Match for Federal Grants

17,000,000

To match federal grants for the clean water
revolving fund under Minnesota Statutes,
section 446A.07, and the drinking water
revolving fund under Minnesota Statutes,
section 446A.081. This appropriation must be
used for qualified capital projects.

Subd. 3.

Water Infrastructure Funding Program

70,000,000

(a) For grants to eligible municipalities under
the water infrastructure funding program under
Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.072.

(b) $51,500,000 is for wastewater projects
listed on the Pollution Control Agency's
project priority list in the fundable range under
the clean water revolving fund program.

(c) $18,500,000 is for drinking water projects
listed on the commissioner of health's project
priority list in the fundable range under the
drinking water revolving fund program.

(d) After all eligible projects under paragraph
(b) or (c) have been funded, the Public
Facilities Authority may transfer any
remaining, uncommitted money to eligible
projects under a program defined in paragraph
(b) or (c) based on that program's project
priority list.

Subd. 4.

Point Source Implementation Grants
Program

46,500,000

For grants to eligible municipalities under the
point source implementation grants program
under Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.073.
This appropriation must be used for qualified
capital projects.

Subd. 5.

Big Lake Area Sanitary District - Sewer
System and Force Main

1,200,000

For a grant to the Big Lake Area Sanitary
District to construct a pressure sewer system
and force main to convey sewage to the
Western Lake Superior Sanitary District
connection in the city of Cloquet. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that an equal amount is committed
from nonstate sources. This appropriation is
in addition to the appropriation in Laws 2014,
chapter 294, article 1, section 22, subdivision
4.

Subd. 6.

Dennison - Sewage Treatment System
Improvements

726,000

For a grant to the city of Dennison to
predesign, design, and construct a new lift
station and make sewage pond improvements.
This appropriation does not require a nonstate
contribution.

Subd. 7.

East Grand Forks - Wastewater
Interconnection Infrastructure

5,300,000

For a grant to the city of East Grand Forks to
design and construct wastewater infrastructure
improvements interconnecting the wastewater
system of East Grand Forks to the wastewater
treatment system in Grand Forks, North
Dakota. This appropriation may not be used
for improvements outside the state. This
appropriation is in addition to grants under
Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.072. A
nonstate match is not required.

Subd. 8.

Koochiching County - Voyageurs
National Park Clean Water Project

2,000,000

(a) For a grant to Koochiching County to
acquire land or interests in land, and to design,
engineer, construct, and equip sanitary sewage
systems and facilities to implement a portion
or portions of the Voyageurs National Park
clean water project comprehensive plan. This
appropriation is available after the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that $4,500,000 is committed from
nonstate sources.

(b) This appropriation is in addition to the
appropriation in Laws 2014, chapter 294,
article 1, section 22, subdivision 7.
Notwithstanding the match requirement in
Laws 2014, chapter 294, article 1, section 22,
subdivision 7, the nonstate match required for
this appropriation and the 2014 appropriation
for a grant to Koochiching County is 25
percent of the state grant amounts. Any money
remaining from this appropriation after
completion of the projects in paragraph (a) is
available for grants to Koochiching County
or St. Louis County to be used for other capital
projects described in the comprehensive plan
and as determined by the Voyageur's National
Park Clean Water Joint Powers Board.

Subd. 9.

Lilydale - Highway 13 Storm Water
Conveyance

140,000

From the general fund for a grant to the city
of Lilydale to design, acquire, construct, and
install a storm water sewer and drop structure
along Trunk Highway 13 in Lilydale that will
be large enough to effectively collect water
from springs and storm water runoff from
above the road and safely convey the water to
below the bluff. The city must coordinate this
project with the Department of
Transportation's Trunk Highway 13 project.
The appropriation and project also include
capital repairs and improvements to existing
drainage structures along the Big Rivers
Regional Trail at the base of the bluff. This
appropriation does not require a nonstate
contribution.

Subd. 10.

Oronoco - Wastewater Collection and
Treatment Facilities

500,000

From the general fund for a grant to the city
of Oronoco to commission a study to evaluate
options for solving the wastewater
infrastructure needs for the region including
the city of Oronoco, the city of Pine Island, or
the city of Rochester. This appropriation does
not require a nonstate match.

Sec. 24. MINNESOTA HOUSING FINANCE
AGENCY

$
10,000,000

For transfer to the housing development fund
to finance the costs of rehabilitation to
preserve public housing under Minnesota
Statutes, section 462A.202, subdivision 3a.
For purposes of this section, "public housing"
means housing for low-income persons and
households financed by the federal
government and owned and operated by the
public housing authorities and agencies formed
by cities and counties. Public housing
authorities receiving a public housing
assessment composite score of 80 or above or
an equivalent designation are eligible to
receive funding. Priority must be given to
proposals that maximize federal or local
resources to finance the capital costs. The
priority in Minnesota Statutes, section
462A.202, subdivision 3a, for projects to
increase the supply of affordable housing and
the restrictions of Minnesota Statutes, section
462A.202, subdivision 7, do not apply to this
appropriation.

Sec. 25. MINNESOTA HISTORICAL
SOCIETY

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
2,500,000

To the Minnesota Historical Society for the
purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Historic Sites Asset Preservation

2,500,000

For capital improvements and betterments at
state historic sites, buildings, landscaping at
historic buildings, exhibits, markers, and
monuments, to be spent in accordance with
Minnesota Statutes, section 16B.307. The
society shall determine project priorities as
appropriate based on need.

Sec. 26. BOND SALE EXPENSES

$
1,048,000

To the commissioner of management and
budget for bond sale expenses under
Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.641,
subdivision 8.

Sec. 27. BOND SALE AUTHORIZATION.

Subdivision 1.

Bond proceeds fund.

To provide the money appropriated in this act from
the bond proceeds fund, the commissioner of management and budget shall sell and issue
bonds of the state in an amount up to $803,645,000 in the manner, upon the terms, and with
the effect prescribed by Minnesota Statutes, sections 16A.631 to 16A.675, and by the
Minnesota Constitution, article XI, sections 4 to 7.

Subd. 2.

Transportation fund.

To provide the money appropriated in this act from the
state transportation fund, the commissioner of management and budget shall sell and issue
bonds of the state in an amount up to $231,196,000 in the manner, upon the terms, and with
the effect prescribed by Minnesota Statutes, sections 16A.631 to 16A.675, and by the
Minnesota Constitution, article XI, sections 4 to 7.

Subd. 3.

Maximum effort school loan fund.

To provide the money appropriated in this
act from the maximum effort school loan fund, the commissioner of management and budget
shall sell and issue bonds of the state in an amount up to $14,070,000 in the manner, upon
the terms, and with the effect prescribed by Minnesota Statutes, sections 16A.631 to 16A.675,
and by the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, sections 4 to 7.

Sec. 28. BOND SALE SCHEDULE.

The commissioner of management and budget shall schedule the sale of state general
obligation bonds so that, during the biennium ending June 30, 2019, no more than
$1,154,008,000 will need to be transferred from the general fund to the state bond fund to
pay principal and interest due and to become due on outstanding state general obligation
bonds. During the biennium, before each sale of state general obligation bonds, the
commissioner of management and budget shall calculate the amount of debt service payments
needed on bonds previously issued and shall estimate the amount of debt service payments
that will be needed on the bonds scheduled to be sold. The commissioner shall adjust the
amount of bonds scheduled to be sold so as to remain within the limit set by this section.
The amount needed to make the debt service payments is appropriated from the general
fund as provided in Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.641.

Sec. 29. CANCELLATIONS; BOND SALE AUTHORIZATION REDUCTIONS.

(a) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
1990, chapter 610, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 1990, chapter 610,
article 1, section 30, subdivision 1, as amended, is reduced by $3,129.

(b) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
1994, chapter 643, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 1994, chapter 643,
section 31, subdivision 1, as amended, is reduced by $24,480.

(c) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
1997, Second Special Session chapter 2, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in
Laws 1997, Second Special Session chapter 2, section 12, as amended, is reduced by $96,992.

(d) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
1999, chapter 240, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 1999, chapter 240,
article 1, section 13, subdivision 1, as amended, is reduced by $212,472.

(e) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
2000, chapter 492, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 2000, chapter 492,
article 1, section 26, subdivision 1, as amended, is reduced by $7,933,538.

(f) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
2002, chapter 393, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 2002, chapter 393,
section 30, subdivision 1, as amended, is reduced by $188,471.

(g) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
2002, First Special Session chapter 1, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws
2002, First Special Session chapter 1, section 9, subdivision 1, is reduced by $217,959.

(h) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the trunk highway bond proceeds
fund in Laws 2003, First Special Session chapter 19, article 3, are canceled and the bond
sale authorization in Laws 2003, First Special Session chapter 19, article 3, section 2, is
reduced by $201,530.

(i) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the trunk highway bond proceeds
fund in Laws 2003, First Special Session chapter 19, article 4, are canceled and the bond
sale authorization in Laws 2003, First Special Session chapter 19, article 4, section 4, is
reduced by $326,534.

(j) The remaining uncommitted appropriations from the bond proceeds fund in Laws
2005, chapter 20, are canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 2005, chapter 20,
article 1, section 28, subdivision 1, as amended, is reduced by $3,366,628.

(k) The $700,000 appropriation from the bond proceeds fund in Laws 2011, First Special
Session chapter 12, section 13, subdivision 8, for St. Louis Park noise barriers, is canceled
and the bond sale authorization in Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12, section 23,
subdivision 1, is reduced by the same amount.

(l) The $2,285,000 appropriation from the bond proceeds fund in Laws 2012, First
Special Session chapter 1, article 1, section 3, subdivision 2, to the commissioner of public
safety for disaster relief, is canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 2012, First
Special Session chapter 1, article 1, section 16, subdivision 1, is reduced by the same amount.

(m) $1,380,000 of the appropriation from the bond proceeds fund in Laws 2012, First
Special Session chapter 1, article 1, section 6, to the Public Facilities Authority for disaster
relief, is canceled and the bond sale authorization in Laws 2012, First Special Session chapter
1, article 1, section 16, subdivision 1, is reduced by the same amount.

(n) The $300,000 appropriation from the general fund in Laws 2015, First Special Session
chapter 5, article 1, section 14, subdivision 4, for Eagle's Healing Nest is canceled.

Sec. 30. EFFECTIVE DATE.

Except as otherwise provided, this article is effective the day following final enactment.

ARTICLE 2

TRANSPORTATION FINANCE AND POLICY

Section 1. TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT APPROPRIATIONS.

(a) The sums shown in this article in the columns marked "Appropriations" are added
to the appropriations in Laws 2015, chapter 75, article 1, to the commissioner of
transportation, or another named agency, for the purposes specified in this article. The
appropriations are from the general fund, or another named fund. Unless otherwise specified,
general fund appropriations in this article are onetime, and are in fiscal year 2017.

(b) Appropriations of bond proceeds must be spent as authorized by the Minnesota
Constitution, articles XI and XIV. Unless otherwise specified, money appropriated in this
article for a capital program or project may be used to pay state agency staff costs that are
attributed directly to the capital program or project in accordance with accounting policies
adopted by the commissioner of management and budget. Unless otherwise specified, the
appropriations in this article are available until the project is completed or abandoned subject
to Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642.

APPROPRIATIONS

Sec. 2. TOTAL TRUNK HIGHWAY BOND
APPROPRIATION

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
197,000,000

The appropriation in this section is from the
bond proceeds account in the trunk highway
fund and may be used by the commissioner
only for purposes specified in this section.

Subd. 2.

Trunk Highway 23 Construction

For construction of marked Trunk Highway
23 as a four-lane divided highway (i) from the
point where marked Trunk Highway 23 ceases
as a four-lane divided highway near the
intersection with Kandiyohi County State-Aid
Highway 31, located east of New London, to
the point where marked Trunk Highway 23
commences as a four-lane divided highway,
located southwest of Paynesville, and (ii) from
the point where marked Trunk Highway 23
ceases as a four-lane divided highway, located
northeast of Paynesville, to the point where
marked Trunk Highway 23 commences as a
four-lane divided highway, located southwest
of Richmond, provided that notwithstanding
Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.28, this
amount is available for seven years.

Subd. 3.

Trunk Highway 14

For construction and reconstruction of marked
Trunk Highway 14 as a four-lane divided
highway, from the interchange with marked
Interstate Highway 35 near the city of
Owatonna to the point near the city of Dodge
Center at which marked Trunk Highway 14
constitutes a four-lane divided highway,
located southeast of the intersection with
marked Trunk Highway 56.

Subd. 4.

U.S. Highway 10

For a third travel lane in each direction of
marked U.S. Highway 10 from the interchange
with Hanson Boulevard to the interchange
with Round Lake Boulevard in the city of
Coon Rapids.

Subd. 5.

Hennepin County - U.S. Highway 12

For projects on marked U.S. Highway 12,
including preliminary and final design,
engineering, environmental analysis,
right-of-way acquisition, construction, and
reconstruction, as follows:

(1) realignment at the intersections with
Hennepin County State-Aid Highway 92;

(2) realignment and safety improvements at
the intersection with Hennepin County
State-Aid Highway 90; and

(3) safety median improvements from the
interchange with Wayzata Boulevard in
Wayzata to approximately one-half mile east
of the interchange with Hennepin County
State-Aid Highway 6.

Subd. 6.

Anoka County - I-35 Interchange in
Columbus

For a grant to Anoka County to (1) complete
the design, land acquisition, engineering, and
construction of an interchange at the
intersection of marked Interstate Highway 35,
marked Trunk Highway 97, and County
State-Aid Highway 23; and (2) realign and
make associated improvements to County
State-Aid Highway 54, known as West
Freeway Drive, in the city of Columbus.

Subd. 7.

I-94/Brockton Lane Interchange

For construction of an interchange and
auxiliary lanes on marked Interstate Highway
94 east of the Hennepin County State-Aid
Highway 101 (Brockton Lane) overpass in the
city of Dayton.

Sec. 3. TOTAL TRUNK HIGHWAY FUND
APPROPRIATION

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
132,089,000

The appropriations in this section are from the
trunk highway fund and may be used by the
commissioner only for purposes specified in
this section.

Subd. 2.

Highway Projects

132,089,000

(a) State Road Construction

(b) U.S. Highway 61 in Red Wing: for State
Project No. 2514-122, consisting of
engineering and reconstruction of the segment
of marked U.S. Highway 61 in Red Wing from
westerly of Old West Main Street to easterly
of Potter Street, for trunk highway costs in
excess of the engineer's estimate and
associated program delivery.

(c) Trunk Highway 95 in Cambridge: for a
grant to the city of Cambridge for final design,
environmental analysis, right-of-way
acquisition, land acquisition, corridor
mapping, construction engineering, and
construction for the improvement of marked
Trunk Highway 95 and associated
improvements. This appropriation is available
until June 30, 2020.

Sec. 4. TOTAL GENERAL FUND
APPROPRIATION

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
166,500,000

The appropriations in this section are from the
general fund and may be used by the
commissioner only for the purposes specified
in this section.

Subd. 2.

Highway Projects

123,900,000

(a) U.S. Highway 212 Interchange in
Chaska:
for right-of-way acquisition and
construction of an interchange at marked
Trunk Highway 212 and Carver County Road
44 in the city of Chaska, to support the
development of approximately 400 acres of
property in the city of Chaska's comprehensive
plan.

(b) U.S. Highway 10 near Watab: for land
acquisition, predesign, design, and
construction of an interchange with related
utilities at the intersection of marked U.S.
Highway 10, Benton County Road 79, and
Benton County State-Aid Highway 4, and to
construct frontage roads on both sides of
marked U.S. Highway 10, extending from the
intersection of marked U.S. Highway 10,
Benton County Road 79, and Benton County
State-Aid Highway 4 to 85th Street.

(c) Planning for Interchange on U.S.
Highway 10:
for a grant to Anoka County to
complete preliminary engineering,
environmental analysis, and final design for
the improvement of marked U.S. Highway 10
and associated improvements.

(d) U.S. Highway 14: for land acquisition in
conjunction with project development for
expansion of marked U.S. Highway 14 to a
four-lane divided highway between Nicollet
and New Ulm.

(e) Cliff Road Near I-35W: for design,
engineering, environmental analysis, and
construction of improvements to Cliff Road
in the vicinity of marked Interstate Highway
35W.

(f) City of Virginia; Trunk Highway 53
Utility Relocation:
for grants to the city of
Virginia and the city of Virginia Public
Utilities Commission to acquire land for and
to predesign, design, construct, furnish, and
equip relocated public utilities, including
sanitary and storm water sewers and water,
electrical, and gas utilities, and to demolish
and remove old utility infrastructure, all
associated with the relocation of marked Trunk
Highway 53, provided that a nonstate
contribution is not required.

(g) Moorhead Grade-Separated Rail
Crossings:
for a grant to the city of Moorhead
to construct and complete the grade-separated
rail crossing project in the vicinity of 21st
Street South in the city of Moorhead, and for
preliminary engineering and environmental
assessment for the grade-separated rail
crossing in the vicinity of 11th Street South
in the city of Moorhead, provided that a
nonstate contribution is not required.

Subd. 3.

Transportation Economic Development

5,000,000

For the transportation economic development
program under Minnesota Statutes, section
174.12.

Subd. 4.

Small Cities Assistance

12,500,000

For transfer to the small cities assistance
account in the special revenue fund under
Minnesota Statutes, section 162.145.

Subd. 5.

Safe Routes to School

6,000,000

For transfer to the safe routes to school
account in the general fund under Minnesota
Statutes, section 174.40, subdivision 3,
paragraph (b).

Subd. 6.

Interchange Safety Improvement Study

300,000

For the safety improvement study for the
interchange of signed Interstate Highways 94,
694, and 494, as provided in this article.

Subd. 7.

Town Roads

4,000,000

For transfer to the town road account in the
county state-aid highway fund under
Minnesota Statutes, section 162.081.

Subd. 8.

County State-Aid Highways

11,248,000

For transfer to the county state-aid highway
fund for apportionment and allocation as
provided under Minnesota Statutes, chapter
162.

Subd. 9.

Municipal State-Aid Streets

3,552,000

For transfer to the municipal state-aid street
fund for apportionment as provided under
Minnesota Statutes, chapter 162.

Sec. 5. AIRPORTS

11,135,000

This appropriation is from the state airports
fund for the following purposes:

(1) $2,333,500 for a grant to the city of
Rochester to design, rehabilitate, demolish,
and expand portions of the existing passenger
terminal building at the Rochester
International Airport, provided that this
amount also includes money to remodel,
construct, furnish, and equip the existing
passenger terminal building and associated
appurtenances to meet the United States
Customs and Border Protection and
Transportation Security Administration
standards for safety, security, and processing
time to accommodate domestic and
international flights. The capital improvements
paid for with this appropriation may be used
as the local contribution required by
Minnesota Statutes, section 360.305,
subdivision 4. This appropriation may be used
to reimburse the city for costs incurred after
May 1, 2016. This appropriation is not
available until the commissioner of
management and budget has determined that
at least an equal amount has been committed
to the project from nonstate sources. Work
that may be completed with this appropriation
includes but is not limited to (i) site
preparation including utilities, site civil work,
testing, and construction administration
services, (ii) the relocation, modification, and
addition of airline ticket counters, baggage
claim devices, public spaces, offices,
restrooms, support space, break rooms,
lockers, equipment storage, communications,
hallways, building signage, medical visitor
rooms, special needs accommodations, hold
rooms, secure storage, equipment maintenance
area, and building engineering and technology
systems, (iii) improvements needed outside
the terminal to remove, restore, and tie into
adjacent utilities, sidewalks, driveways,
parking lots, and aircraft aprons, and (iv) the
construction of covered exterior equipment
storage;

(2) $5,900,000 to provide the federal match
to design and construct runway infrastructure
at the Duluth International and Sky Harbor
Airports in accordance with Minnesota
Statutes, section 360.017. For the purposes of
this clause, the commissioner may waive the
requirements of Minnesota Statutes, section
360.305, subdivision 4, paragraph (b). This
appropriation is for costs incurred after March
1, 2016, and is available until and must be
encumbered by June 30, 2017. This
appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that an equal amount is committed
from nonstate sources; and

(3) $250,000 for an air transport optimization
planning study for the St. Cloud Regional
Airport, which must be comprehensive and
market-based, using economic development
and air service expertise to research, analyze,
and develop models and strategies that
maximize the return on investments made to
enhance the use and impact of the St. Cloud
Regional Airport.

Sec. 6. MINNESOTA RAIL SERVICE
IMPROVEMENT

$
1,000,000

This appropriation is from the rail service
improvement account in the special revenue
fund to the commissioner of transportation for
a grant to the city of Grand Rapids to fund rail
planning studies, design, and preliminary
engineering relating to the construction of a
freight rail line located in the counties of
Itasca, St. Louis, and Lake to serve local
producers and shippers. The city of Grand
Rapids shall collaborate with the Itasca
Economic Development Corporation and the
Itasca County Regional Railroad Authority in
the activities funded with the proceeds of this
grant. This appropriation is available until June
30, 2019.

Sec. 7. BOND SALE EXPENSES

$
197,000

This appropriation is from the bond proceeds
account in the trunk highway fund to the
commissioner of management and budget for
bond sale expenses under Minnesota Statutes,
sections 16A.641, subdivision 8, and 167.50,
subdivision 4.

Sec. 8. TRUNK HIGHWAY BONDS; DEBT SERVICE.

$1,302,000 in fiscal year 2018 and $9,807,000 in fiscal year 2019 are appropriated from
the trunk highway fund for transfer to the state bond fund. If this appropriation is insufficient
to make all transfers required in the year for which it is made, the commissioner of
management and budget shall transfer the deficiency amount under the statutory open
appropriation, and notify the chairs and ranking minority members of the legislative
committees with jurisdiction over transportation finance and the chairs of the senate
Committee on Finance and the house of representatives Committee on Ways and Means of
the amount of the deficiency. Any excess appropriation cancels to the trunk highway fund.

Sec. 9. BOND SALE AUTHORIZATION.

To provide the money appropriated in this act from the bond proceeds account in the
trunk highway fund, the commissioner of management and budget shall sell and issue bonds
of the state in an amount up to $62,062,000 in the manner, upon the terms, and with the
effect prescribed by Minnesota Statutes, sections 167.50 to 167.52, and by the Minnesota
Constitution, article XIV, section 11, at the times and in the amounts requested by the
commissioner of transportation. The proceeds of the bonds, except accrued interest and any
premium received from the sale of the bonds, must be deposited in the bond proceeds account
in the trunk highway fund.

Sec. 10.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 160.18, is amended by adding a subdivision to
read:


Subd. 4.

Appeal process.

(a) Notwithstanding chapter 14 and section 14.386, the
commissioner shall establish a concise, expedited process through which an owner or
occupant of property abutting a trunk highway may appeal a denial or revocation of an
access permit. The owner or occupant must initiate an appeal no later than 30 days after the
date the commissioner issues written notice of the denial or revocation of an access permit.
The process must provide the owner or occupant and the Department of Transportation the
opportunity to present information in support of their positions.

(b) The hearing must be conducted by an administrative law judge assigned by the chief
administrative law judge. The administrative law judge shall maintain a transcript of the
hearing and shall keep a record of all documents and data submitted at the hearing. Within
30 days of the conclusion of the hearing, the administrative law judge shall transmit to the
commissioner the record of the proceedings along with a report and recommendation based
on the record made in the informal hearing. The commissioner shall make a written decision
regarding the access permit.

(c) Section 15.99 does not apply to matters using the appeal process in this subdivision.

Sec. 11.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 162.145, subdivision 3, is amended to read:


Subd. 3.

Administration.

(a) Subject to funds made available by law, the commissioner
shall allocate all funds as provided in subdivision 4 and. By June 1 of a year in which aid
is provided, the commissioner of transportation
shall notify certify to the commissioner of
revenue the amount to be paid to each eligible city.

(b) Following notification from the commissioner of transportation, the commissioner
of revenue shall distribute the specified funds to cities in the same manner as local
government aid under chapter 477A. An appropriation to the commissioner of transportation
under this section is available to the commissioner of revenue for the purposes specified in
this paragraph.

(c) Notwithstanding other law to the contrary, in order to receive distributions under
this section, a city must conform to the standards in section 477A.017, subdivision 2. A city
that receives funds under this section must make and preserve records necessary to show
that the funds are spent in compliance with subdivision 4 5.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective for aids payable in 2016 and after.

Sec. 12. INTERSTATE 94 WIRE ROPE SAFETY BARRIERS.

The commissioner of transportation must install wire rope safety barriers or another
equivalent safety device along the center median of the segment of marked Interstate
Highway 94 between Huron Boulevard and Cretin Avenue that does not currently have a
concrete median, wire rope safety barrier, or other equivalent safety device installed.

Sec. 13. TRANSPARENT NOISE BARRIER.

The commissioner of transportation must include transparent panels as part of noise
barrier construction in the area of the interchange at marked Interstate Highway 694 and
marked Interstate Highway 35E.

Sec. 14. CORRIDORS OF COMMERCE PROJECT SELECTION.

Notwithstanding the requirements of Minnesota Statutes, section 161.088, subdivisions
3 to 5, the commissioner of transportation must include that segment of marked U.S. Highway
212 from Chaska to Montevideo as an eligible highway in the next project solicitation and
selection process undertaken for the corridors of commerce program under that section.

Sec. 15. INTERSTATE 94/694/494 INTERCHANGE SAFETY IMPROVEMENT
STUDY.

The commissioner of transportation must conduct a safety improvement study for the
interchange of marked Interstate Highways 94, 694, and 494 in the cities of Woodbury and
Oakdale. At a minimum, the study must provide specific recommendations to improve the
safety of the interchange and include cost estimates for each recommended improvement.
The commissioner must report the findings and recommendations of the study to the
legislative committees having jurisdiction over transportation policy and finance within 180
days after the effective date of this section.

Sec. 16. EFFECTIVE DATE.

Except as otherwise provided, this article is effective the day following final enactment.

ARTICLE 3

MISCELLANEOUS

Section 1.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 16A.967, is amended to read:


16A.967 LEWIS AND CLARK APPROPRIATION BONDS.

Subdivision 1.

Definitions.

(a) The definitions in this subdivision apply to this section.

(b) "Appropriation bond" or "bond" means a bond, note, or other similar instrument of
the state payable during a biennium from one or more of the following sources:

(1) money appropriated by law from the general fund in any biennium for debt service
due with respect to obligations described in subdivision 2, paragraph (c) subdivisions 2a
and 2b
;

(2) proceeds of the sale of obligations described in subdivision 2, paragraph (c)
subdivisions 2a and 2b
;

(3) payments received for that purpose under agreements and ancillary arrangements
described in subdivision 2, paragraph (e) (d); and

(4) investment earnings on amounts in clauses (1) to (3).

(c) "Debt service" means the amount payable in any biennium of principal, premium, if
any, and interest on appropriation bonds.

Subd. 2.

Authorization to issue appropriation bonds.

(a) Subject to the limitations of
this subdivision, the commissioner may sell and issue appropriation bonds of the state under
this section for public purposes as provided by law, including, in particular, the financing
of the land acquisition, design, engineering, and construction of facilities and infrastructure
necessary to complete the next phase of the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System project,
including completion of the pipeline to Magnolia, extension of the project to the
Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water System connection near Adrian, and engineering, design,
and easement acquisition for the final phase of the project to Worthington. No bonds shall
be sold until the commissioner determines that a nonstate match of at least $9,000,000 is
committed to this project phase
. Grant agreements entered into under this section must
provide for reimbursement to the state from any federal money provided for the project,
consistent with the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System, Inc., agreement.

(b) The appropriation bonds may be issued and sold only after the commissioner
determines that the construction and administration for work done on the project will comply
with (1) all federal requirements and regulations associated with the Lewis and Clark Rural
Water System Act of 2000, and (2) the cooperative agreement between the United States
Department of the Interior and the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System, Inc. Proceeds
of the appropriation bonds must be credited to a special appropriation Lewis and Clark bond
proceeds fund in the state treasury. All income from investment of the bond proceeds, as
estimated by the commissioner, is appropriated to the commissioner for the payment of
principal and interest on the appropriation bonds.

(c) Appropriation bonds may be sold and issued in amounts that, in the opinion of the
commissioner, are necessary to provide sufficient money, not to exceed $19,000,000 net of
costs of issuance, for the purposes as provided under paragraph (a), and pay debt service
including capitalized interest, costs of issuance, costs of credit enhancement, or make
payments under other agreements entered into under paragraph (e).

(d) (c) Appropriation bonds may be issued in one or more issues or series on the terms
and conditions the commissioner determines to be in the best interests of the state, but the
term on any series of appropriation bonds may not exceed 25 years. The appropriation bonds
of each issue and series thereof shall be dated and bear interest, and may be includable in
or excludable from the gross income of the owners for federal income tax purposes.

(e) (d) At the time of, or in anticipation of, issuing the appropriation bonds, and at any
time thereafter, so long as the appropriation bonds are outstanding, the commissioner may
enter into agreements and ancillary arrangements relating to the appropriation bonds,
including but not limited to trust indentures, grant agreements, lease or use agreements,
operating agreements, management agreements, liquidity facilities, remarketing or dealer
agreements, letter of credit agreements, insurance policies, guaranty agreements,
reimbursement agreements, indexing agreements, or interest exchange agreements. Any
payments made or received according to the agreement or ancillary arrangement shall be
made from or deposited as provided in the agreement or ancillary arrangement. The
determination of the commissioner included in an interest exchange agreement that the
agreement relates to an appropriation bond shall be conclusive.

(f) (e) The commissioner may enter into written agreements or contracts relating to the
continuing disclosure of information necessary to comply with or facilitate the issuance of
appropriation bonds in accordance with federal securities laws, rules, and regulations,
including Securities and Exchange Commission rules and regulations in Code of Federal
Regulations, title 17, section 240.15c 2-12. An agreement may be in the form of covenants
with purchasers and holders of appropriation bonds set forth in the order or resolution
authorizing the issuance of the appropriation bonds, or a separate document authorized by
the order or resolution.

(g) (f) The appropriation bonds are not subject to chapter 16C.

Subd. 2a.

Project authorization.

Appropriation bonds may be sold and issued in amounts
that, in the opinion of the commissioner, are necessary to provide sufficient money to the
Public Facilities Authority under subdivision 7, paragraph (a), not to exceed $19,000,000
net of costs of issuance, for the purposes as provided under this subdivision, and pay debt
service including capitalized interest, costs of issuance, costs of credit enhancement, or
make payments under other agreements entered into under subdivision 2, paragraph (d).
The bonds authorized by this subdivision are for the purposes of financing the land
acquisition, design, engineering, and construction of facilities and infrastructure necessary
to complete Phase 2 of the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System project, including
completion of the pipeline to Magnolia; extension of the project to the Lincoln-Pipestone
Rural Water System connection near Adrian; and engineering, design, and easement
acquisition for the final phase of the project to Worthington. No bonds shall be sold under
this subdivision until the commissioner determines that a nonstate match of at least
$9,000,000 is committed to this project phase. Upon completion of Phase 2, the unspent
unencumbered portion of the appropriation in this subdivision is available for the purposes
of subdivision 2b.

Subd. 2b.

Additional project authorization.

Appropriation bonds may be sold and
issued in amounts that, in the opinion of the commissioner, are necessary to provide sufficient
money to the Public Facilities Authority under subdivision 7, paragraph (b), not to exceed
$11,500,000 net of costs of issuance, for the purposes as provided under this subdivision,
and pay debt service including capitalized interest, costs of issuance, costs of credit
enhancement, or make payments under other agreements entered into under subdivision 2,
paragraph (d). The bonds authorized by this subdivision are for the purposes of financing
the land acquisition, design, engineering, and construction of facilities and infrastructure
necessary to complete Phase 3 of the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System project,
including extension of the project from the Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water System connection
near Adrian to Worthington, construction of a reservoir in Nobles County and a meter
building in Worthington, and acquisition and installation of a supervisory control and data
acquisition (SCADA) system. No bonds shall be sold under this subdivision until the
commissioner determines that a nonstate match of at least $9,000,000 is committed to the
final phase of the project.

Subd. 3.

Form; procedure.

(a) Appropriation bonds may be issued in the form of bonds,
notes, or other similar instruments, and in the manner provided in section 16A.672. In the
event that any provision of section 16A.672 conflicts with this section, this section shall
control.

(b) Every appropriation bond shall include a conspicuous statement of the limitation
established in subdivision 6.

(c) Appropriation bonds may be sold at either public or private sale upon such terms as
the commissioner shall determine are not inconsistent with this section and may be sold at
any price or percentage of par value. Any bid received may be rejected.

(d) Appropriation bonds must bear interest at a fixed or variable rate.

(e) Notwithstanding any other law, appropriation bonds issued under this section shall
be fully negotiable.

Subd. 4.

Refunding bonds.

The commissioner may issue appropriation bonds for the
purpose of refunding any appropriation bonds then outstanding, including the payment of
any redemption premiums on the bonds, any interest accrued or to accrue to the redemption
date, and costs related to the issuance and sale of the refunding bonds. The proceeds of any
refunding bonds may, in the discretion of the commissioner, be applied to the purchase or
payment at maturity of the appropriation bonds to be refunded, to the redemption of the
outstanding appropriation bonds on any redemption date, or to pay interest on the refunding
bonds and may, pending application, be placed in escrow to be applied to the purchase,
payment, retirement, or redemption. Any escrowed proceeds, pending such use, may be
invested and reinvested in obligations that are authorized investments under section 11A.24.
The income earned or realized on the investment may also be applied to the payment of the
appropriation bonds to be refunded or interest or premiums on the refunded appropriation
bonds, or to pay interest on the refunding bonds. After the terms of the escrow have been
fully satisfied, any balance of the proceeds and any investment income may be returned to
the general fund or, if applicable, the special appropriation Lewis and Clark bond proceeds
fund for use in any lawful manner. All refunding bonds issued under this subdivision must
be prepared, executed, delivered, and secured by appropriations in the same manner as the
appropriation bonds to be refunded.

Subd. 5.

Appropriation bonds as legal investments.

Any of the following entities may
legally invest any sinking funds, money, or other funds belonging to them or under their
control in any appropriation bonds issued under this section:

(1) the state, the investment board, public officers, municipal corporations, political
subdivisions, and public bodies;

(2) banks and bankers, savings and loan associations, credit unions, trust companies,
savings banks and institutions, investment companies, insurance companies, insurance
associations, and other persons carrying on a banking or insurance business; and

(3) personal representatives, guardians, trustees, and other fiduciaries.

Subd. 6.

No full faith and credit; state not required to make appropriations.

The
appropriation bonds are not public debt of the state, and the full faith, credit, and taxing
powers of the state are not pledged to the payment of the appropriation bonds or to any
payment that the state agrees to make under this section. Appropriation bonds shall not be
obligations paid directly, in whole or in part, from a tax of statewide application on any
class of property, income, transaction, or privilege. Appropriation bonds shall be payable
in each fiscal year only from amounts that the legislature may appropriate for debt service
for any fiscal year, provided that nothing in this section shall be construed to require the
state to appropriate money sufficient to make debt service payments with respect to the
appropriation bonds in any fiscal year. Appropriation bonds shall be canceled and shall no
longer be outstanding on the earlier of (1) the first day of a fiscal year for which the
legislature shall not have appropriated amounts sufficient for debt service, or (2) the date
of final payment of the principal of and interest on the appropriation bonds.

Subd. 7.

Appropriation of proceeds.

(a) The proceeds of appropriation bonds issued
under subdivision 2a
and interest credited to the special appropriation Lewis and Clark bond
proceeds fund are appropriated as follows:

(1) to the commissioner Public Facilities Authority for a grant to the Lewis and Clark
Joint Powers Board for
payment of capital expenses for the purposes provided by as specified
in
subdivision 2, paragraph (a), 2a; and

(2) to the commissioner for debt service on the bonds including capitalized interest,
nonsalary costs of issuance of the bonds, costs of credit enhancement of the bonds and
payments under any agreements entered into under subdivision 2, paragraph (e) (d), each
as permitted by state and federal law, and such proceeds may be granted, loaned, or otherwise
provided for the public purposes provided by subdivision 2, paragraph (a)
.

(b) The proceeds of appropriation bonds issued under subdivision 2b and interest credited
to the special appropriation Lewis and Clark bond proceeds fund are appropriated as follows:

(1) to the Public Facilities Authority for a grant to the Lewis and Clark Joint Powers
Board for payment of capital expenses as specified in subdivision 2b; and

(2) to the commissioner for debt service on the bonds including capitalized interest,
nonsalary costs of issuance of the bonds, costs of credit enhancement of the bonds, and
payments under any agreements entered into under subdivision 2, paragraph (d), each as
permitted by state and federal law.

Subd. 8.

Appropriation for debt service and other purposes.

(a) An amount, up to
$1,351,000 needed to pay principal and interest on appropriation bonds issued under this
section
subdivision 2a is appropriated each fiscal year from the general fund to the
commissioner, subject to repeal, unallotment under section 16A.152, or cancellation,
otherwise pursuant to subdivision 6, for deposit into the bond payments account established
for such purpose in the special Lewis and Clark appropriation bond proceeds fund. The
appropriation is available beginning in fiscal year 2017 and through fiscal year 2038.

(b) An amount up to $855,000 needed to pay principal and interest on appropriation
bonds issued under subdivision 2b is appropriated each fiscal year from the general fund
to the commissioner, subject to repeal, unallotment under section 16A.152, or cancellation,
otherwise pursuant to subdivision 6, for deposit into the bond payments account established
for such purpose in the special Lewis and Clark appropriation bond proceeds fund. The
appropriation is available beginning in fiscal year 2018 and through fiscal year 2039.

Subd. 9.

Waiver of immunity.

The waiver of immunity by the state provided for by
section 3.751, subdivision 1, shall be applicable to the appropriation bonds and any ancillary
contracts to which the commissioner is a party.

Sec. 2.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 85.34, subdivision 1, is amended to read:


Subdivision 1.

Upper bluff; lease terms.

The commissioner of natural resources with
the approval of the Executive Council may lease for purposes of restoration, preservation,
historical, recreational, educational, and commercial use and development, that portion of
Fort Snelling State Park known as the upper bluff consisting of officer's row, area J, the
polo grounds, the adjacent golf course, and all buildings and improvements located thereon,
all lying within an area bounded by Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Trunk
Highways numbered 5 and 55, and Bloomington Road. The lease or leases shall be in a
form approved by the attorney general and for a term of not to exceed 99 years. The lease
or leases may provide for the provision of capital improvements or other performance by
the tenant or tenants in lieu of all or some of the payments of rent that would otherwise be
required. Notwithstanding the continuing ownership of the upper bluff by the state, any
lease of one or more buildings improved with state general obligation bond proceeds that
exceeds 50 years shall be treated as a sale of the buildings for purposes of section 16A.695,
subdivision 3. Any disposition proceeds payable to the commissioner upon execution of
any lease relating to state bond financed buildings at the upper bluff shall be applied in
accordance with the requirements of section 16A.695, subdivision 3, and used to pay,
redeem, or defease state general obligation bonds issued for purposes of improving those
buildings. Any lease revenues paid to the commissioner subsequent to the payment,
redemption, or defeasance of state general obligation bonds shall be used by the commissioner
as further described in this section.

Sec. 3.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 174.52, subdivision 2, is amended to read:


Subd. 2.

Trunk highway corridor projects Local cost-share assistance account.

A
trunk highway corridor projects local cost-share assistance account is established in the
local road improvement fund. Money in the account is annually appropriated to the
commissioner of transportation for expenditure as specified in this section. Money in the
account must be used as grants or loans to statutory or home rule charter cities, towns, and
counties to assist in paying the local share of trunk highway projects that have local costs
that are directly or partially related to the trunk highway improvement and that are not
funded or are only partially funded with other state and federal funds. The commissioner
shall determine the amount of the local share of costs eligible for assistance from the account.

Sec. 4.

[219.016] HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RAIL SAFETY ACCOUNT AND
GRANT PROGRAM.

Subdivision 1.

Purpose.

A hazardous materials rail safety program is established for
the purpose of reducing the risks associated with transporting hazardous material by rail.

Subd. 2.

Creation of account.

A hazardous materials rail safety program account is
established in the bond proceeds fund. Money in the account may only be used for capital
costs associated with planning, engineering, administration, and construction of public
highway-rail grade crossing improvements on rail corridors transporting crude oil and other
hazardous materials. Improvements may include upgrades to existing protection systems,
the closing of crossings and necessary roadwork, and reconstruction of at-grade crossings
to full grade separations.

Subd. 3.

Grants.

The commissioner may approve grants for financial assistance to
eligible applicants for capital costs associated with hazardous materials rail safety projects
on public highway-rail grade crossings. Qualifying capital costs include, but are not limited
to, upgrades to existing protection systems, the closing of crossings and necessary roadwork,
and reconstruction of at-grade crossings to full grade separations.

Subd. 4.

Eligible applicants.

Counties, statutory or home rule charter cities, or towns
that are responsible for establishing and maintaining public highway-rail grade crossings
on rail corridors transporting crude oil and other hazardous materials may apply to the
commissioner for financial assistance for the purposes in this section.

Subd. 5.

Criteria for grant award.

The commissioner shall consider the following
criteria to evaluate applications for a grant award for a hazardous materials rail safety project:

(1) whether the crossing was identified as a potential candidate for grade separation in
MnDOT's crude by rail grade crossing study (Improvements to Highway Grade Crossings
and Rail Safety, December 2014);

(2) roadway traffic volumes and speeds;

(3) train volumes and speeds;

(4) adjacent land use;

(5) crash history;

(6) use of the crossing by emergency vehicles;

(7) use of the crossing by vehicles carrying hazardous materials;

(8) local financial contributions to the project; and

(9) private financial contributions to the project.

Sec. 5.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 446A.072, is amended to read:


446A.072 WASTEWATER WATER INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING PROGRAM.

Subdivision 1.

Establishment of program.

The authority will establish a wastewater
water
infrastructure funding program to provide supplemental assistance to governmental
units receiving funding through the clean water revolving fund program, the drinking water
revolving fund program,
or the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Economic
and Community Development's (USDA/RECD) Water and Waste Disposal Loans and
Grants program for the predesign, design, and construction of municipal wastewater treatment
and drinking water systems, including purchase of land and easements. The purpose of the
program is to assist governmental units demonstrating financial need to build cost-effective
projects to address existing environmental or public health problems. To implement the
program, the authority shall establish a wastewater water infrastructure fund to provide
grants and loans for the purposes authorized under title VI of the Federal Water Pollution
Control Act and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. The fund shall be credited with all
investment income from the fund and all repayments of loans, grants, and penalties.

Subd. 3.

Program administration.

(a) The authority shall provide supplemental
assistance, as provided in subdivision 5a to governmental units:

(1) whose projects are listed on the Pollution Control Agency's project priority list or
the commissioner of health's project priority list
;

(2) that demonstrate their projects are a cost-effective solution to an existing
environmental or public health problem; and

(3) whose projects are approved by the USDA/RECD or certified by the commissioner
of the Pollution Control Agency or the commissioner of health.

(b) For a governmental unit receiving grant funding from the USDA/RECD, applications
must be made to the USDA/RECD with additional information submitted to the authority
as required by the authority. Eligible project costs and affordability criteria shall be
determined by the USDA/RECD.

(c) For a governmental unit not receiving grant funding from the USDA/RECD,
application must be made to the authority on forms prescribed by the authority for the clean
water revolving fund program or the drinking water revolving fund program with additional
information as required by the authority. In accordance with section 116.182, the Pollution
Control Agency or the commissioner of health shall:

(1) calculate the essential project component percentage, based on the portion of project
costs necessary to convey or treat the existing wastewater flows and loadings or, for drinking
water projects, to provide safe drinking water to meet existing needs,
which must be
multiplied by the total project cost to determine the eligible project cost for the program
under this section
; and

(2) review and certify approved projects to the authority.

(d) Each fiscal year the authority shall make funds available for projects based on their
ranking on the Pollution Control Agency's project priority list or the commissioner of health's
project priority list
. The authority shall reserve funds for a project when the applicant receives
a funding commitment from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development
(USDA/RECD) or submits plans and specifications to the project is certified by the Pollution
Control Agency or the commissioner of health. Funds must be reserved in an amount based
on the project cost estimate submitted to the authority prior to the appropriation of the funds
and awarded based on the lesser of that amount or the as-bid cost
when the project is certified
or the as-bid cost, whichever is less
.

Subd. 5a.

Type and amount of assistance.

(a) For a governmental unit receiving grant
funding from the USDA/RECD, the authority may provide assistance in the form of a grant
of up to 65 percent of the eligible grant need determined by USDA/RECD. A governmental
unit may not receive a grant under this paragraph for more than $4,000,000 $5,000,000 per
project or $15,000 $20,000 per existing connection, whichever is less, unless specifically
approved by law.

(b) For a governmental unit receiving a loan from the clean water revolving fund under
section 446A.07, the authority may provide assistance under this section in the form of a
grant if the average annual residential wastewater system cost after completion of the project
would otherwise exceed 1.4 percent of the median household income of the project service
area. In determining whether the average annual residential wastewater system cost would
exceed 1.4 percent, the authority must consider the total costs associated with building,
operating, and maintaining the wastewater system, including existing wastewater debt
service, debt service on the eligible project cost, and operation and maintenance costs. Debt
service costs for the proposed project are calculated based on the maximum loan term
permitted for the clean water revolving fund loan under section 446A.07, subdivision 7.
The amount of the grant is equal to 80 percent of the amount needed to reduce the average
annual residential wastewater system cost to 1.4 percent of median household income in
the project service area, to a maximum of $4,000,000 $5,000,000 per project or $15,000
$20,000
per existing connection, whichever is less, unless specifically approved by law.
The eligible project cost is determined by multiplying the total project costs minus any other
grants by the essential project component percentage calculated under subdivision 3,
paragraph (c), clause (1). In no case may the amount of the grant exceed 80 percent of the
eligible project cost.

(c) For a governmental unit receiving a loan from the drinking water revolving fund
under section 446A.081, the authority may provide assistance under this section in the form
of a grant if the average annual residential drinking water system cost after completion of
the project would otherwise exceed 1.2 percent of the median household income of the
project service area. In determining whether the average annual residential drinking water
system cost would exceed 1.2 percent, the authority must consider the total costs associated
with building, operating, and maintaining the drinking water system, including existing
drinking water debt service, debt service on the eligible project cost, and operation and
maintenance costs. Debt service costs for the proposed project are calculated based on the
maximum loan term permitted for the drinking water revolving fund loan under section
446A.081, subdivision 8, paragraph (c). The amount of the grant is equal to 80 percent of
the amount needed to reduce the average annual residential drinking water system cost to
1.2 percent of median household income in the project service area, to a maximum of
$5,000,000 per project or $20,000 per existing connection, whichever is less, unless
specifically approved by law. The eligible project cost is determined by multiplying the
total project costs minus any other grants by the essential project component percentage
calculated under subdivision 3, paragraph (c), clause (1). In no case may the amount of the
grant exceed 80 percent of the eligible project cost.

(c) (d) Notwithstanding the limits in paragraphs (a) and, (b), and (c), for a governmental
unit receiving supplemental assistance under this section after January 1, 2002, if the authority
determines that the governmental unit's construction and installation costs are significantly
increased due to geological conditions of crystalline bedrock or karst areas and discharge
limits that are more stringent than secondary treatment, the maximum award under this
section shall not be more than $25,000 per existing connection.

Subd. 5b.

Special assessment deferral.

A governmental unit receiving a loan under
subdivision 5a that levies special assessments to repay the loan under subdivision 5a or
section 446A.07 may defer payment of such assessments under the provisions of sections
435.193 to 435.195.

Subd. 6.

Disbursements.

Disbursements of grants or loans awarded under this section
by the authority to recipients must be made for eligible project costs as incurred by the
recipients, and must be made by the authority in accordance with the project financing
agreement and applicable state and federal laws and rules governing the payments.

Subd. 7.

Loan repayments.

Notwithstanding the limitations set forth in section 475.54,
subdivision 1, this subdivision shall govern the maturities and mandatory sinking fund
redemptions of the loans under this section. A governmental unit receiving a loan under
this section shall repay the loan in semiannual payment amounts determined by the authority.
The payment amount must be based on the average payments on the governmental unit's
clean water revolving fund loan or, if greater, the minimum amount required to fully repay
the loan by the maturity date. Payments must begin within one year of the date of the
governmental unit's final payment on the clean water revolving fund loan. The final maturity
date of the loan under this section must be no later than 20 years from the date of the first
payment on the loan under this section and no later than 40 years from the date of the first
payment on the clean water revolving fund loan.

Subd. 8.

Eligibility.

A governmental unit is eligible for assistance under this section
only after applying for grant funding from other sources and funding has been obtained,
rejected, or the authority has determined that the potential funding is unlikely.

Subd. 9.

Funding limitation.

Supplemental assistance may not be used to reduce the
sewer service charges of a significant wastewater contributor industrial user that has a
separate service charge agreement with the recipient
, or a single user that has caused the
need for the project or whose current or projected flow and load exceed usage exceeds
one-half of the current wastewater treatment plant's or drinking water system capacity.

Subd. 11.

Report on needs.

By February 1 of each even-numbered year, the authority,
in conjunction with the Pollution Control Agency and the commissioner of health, shall
prepare a report to the Finance Division of the senate Environment and Natural Resources
Committee and the house of representatives Environment and Natural Resources Finance
Committee on wastewater and drinking water funding assistance needs of governmental
units under this section.

Subd. 12.

System replacement fund.

Each governmental unit receiving a loan or grant
under this section shall establish a system replacement fund and shall annually deposit a
minimum of $.50 per 1,000 gallons of flow for major rehabilitation or, expansion, or
replacement
of the treatment wastewater or drinking water system, or replacement of the
treatment system at the end of its useful life
. Money must remain in the account for the life
of the corresponding project loan from the authority or USDA/RECD, unless use of the
fund is approved in writing by the authority for major rehabilitation, expansion, or
replacement of the treatment wastewater or drinking water system. By March 1 each year
during the life of the loan, each recipient shall submit a report to the authority regarding the
amount deposited and the fund balance for the prior calendar year. A recipient is not required
to maintain a fund balance greater than the amount of the grant received.
Failure to comply
with the requirements of this subdivision shall result in the authority assessing a penalty
fee to the recipient equal to one percent of the supplemental assistance amount for each
year of noncompliance. Failure to make the required deposit or pay the penalty fee as
required constitutes a default on the loan.

Subd. 14.

Consistency with land use plans.

A governmental unit applying for a project
in an unsewered area shall include in its application to the authority a certification from the
county in which the project is located that:

(1) the project is consistent with the county comprehensive land use plan, if the county
has adopted one;

(2) the project is consistent with the county water plan, if the county has adopted one;
and

(3) the county has adopted specific land use ordinances or controls so as to meet or
exceed the requirements of Minnesota Rules, part 7082.0050.

Sec. 6.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 446A.073, is amended to read:


446A.073 POINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION GRANTS.

Subdivision 1.

Program established.

When money is appropriated for grants under this
program, the authority shall award grants up to a maximum of $3,000,000 $7,000,000 to
governmental units to cover up to one-half 80 percent of the cost of water infrastructure
projects made necessary by:

(1) a wasteload reduction prescribed under a total maximum daily load plan required by
section 303(d) of the federal Clean Water Act, United States Code, title 33, section 1313(d);

(2) a phosphorus concentration or mass limit which requires discharging one milligram
per liter or less at permitted design flow which is incorporated into a permit issued by the
Pollution Control Agency;

(3) any other water quality-based effluent limit established under section 115.03,
subdivision 1, paragraph (e), clause (8), and incorporated into a permit issued by the Pollution
Control Agency that exceeds secondary treatment limits; or

(4) a total nitrogen concentration or mass limit of that requires discharging ten milligrams
per liter or less for a land-based treatment system at permitted design flow.

Subd. 2.

Grant application.

Application for a grant must be made to the authority on
forms prescribed by the authority for the total maximum daily load grant program, with
additional information as required by the authority
, including a project schedule and cost
estimate for the work necessary to comply with the point source wasteload allocation
requirements listed in subdivision 1. The Pollution Control Agency shall:

(1) in accordance with section 116.182, calculate the essential project component
percentage, which must be multiplied by the total project cost to determine the eligible
project cost; and

(2) review and certify to the authority those projects that have plans and specifications
approved under section 115.03, subdivision 1, paragraph (f).

Subd. 3.

Project priorities.

When money is appropriated for grants under this program,
The authority shall accept applications under this program during the month of July and
reserve money for projects expected to proceed with construction by the end of the fiscal
year in the order listed on the Pollution Control Agency's project priority list and in an
amount based on the cost estimate submitted to the authority in the grant application or the
as-bid costs, whichever is less. Notwithstanding Minnesota Rules, chapter 7077, the Pollution
Control Agency may rank a drinking water infrastructure project on the agency's project
priority list if the project is necessary to meet an applicable requirement in subdivision 1.

Subd. 4.

Grant approval.

The authority must make a grant for an eligible project only
after:

(1) the applicant has submitted the as-bid cost for the water infrastructure project;

(2) the Pollution Control Agency has approved the as-bid costs and certified the grant
eligible portion of the project; and

(3) the authority has determined that the additional financing necessary to complete the
project has been committed from other sources.

Subd. 5.

Grant disbursement.

Disbursement of a grant must be made for eligible project
costs as incurred by the governmental unit and in accordance with a project financing
agreement and applicable state and federal laws and rules governing the payments.

Sec. 7.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 446A.081, subdivision 9, is amended to read:


Subd. 9.

Other uses of fund.

(a) The drinking water revolving loan fund may be used
as provided in the act, including the following uses:

(1) to buy or refinance the debt obligations, at or below market rates, of public water
systems for drinking water systems, where the debt was incurred after the date of enactment
of the act, for the purposes of construction of the necessary improvements to comply with
the national primary drinking water regulations under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act;

(2) to purchase or guarantee insurance for local obligations to improve credit market
access or reduce interest rates;

(3) to provide a source of revenue or security for the payment of principal and interest
on revenue or general obligation bonds issued by the authority if the bond proceeds are
deposited in the fund;

(4) to provide loans or loan guarantees for similar revolving funds established by a
governmental unit or state agency;

(5) to earn interest on fund accounts;

(6) to pay the reasonable costs incurred by the authority, the Department of Employment
and Economic Development, and the Department of Health for conducting activities as
authorized and required under the act up to the limits authorized under the act;

(7) to develop and administer programs for water system supervision, source water
protection, and related programs required under the act;

(8) notwithstanding Minnesota Rules, part 7380.0280, to provide principal forgiveness
or grants to the extent permitted under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act and other federal
law, based on the criteria and requirements established for drinking water projects under
the water infrastructure funding program under section 446A.072
;

(9) to provide loans, principal forgiveness or grants to the extent permitted under the
federal Safe Drinking Water Act and other federal law to address green infrastructure, water
or energy efficiency improvements, or other environmentally innovative activities; and

(10) to provide principal forgiveness, or grants for 50 percent of the project cost up to
a maximum of $10,000 for projects needed to comply with national primary drinking water
standards for an existing community or noncommunity public water system.

(b) Principal forgiveness or grants under paragraph (a), clause (8), must only be provided
if the average annual residential drinking water system cost after completion of the project
would otherwise exceed 1.2 percent of the median household income in the project service
area. In determining whether the average annual residential drinking water system cost
would exceed 1.2 percent, the authority must consider the total costs associated with building,
operating, and maintaining the drinking water system, including debt service and operation
and maintenance costs. Debt service costs for the proposed project must be calculated based
on the maximum loan term permitted for the drinking water revolving fund loan under this
section. The amount of the principal forgiveness or grant must be equal to 80 percent of the
amount needed to reduce the average annual residential drinking water system cost to 1.2
percent of median household income in the project service area, to a maximum of $4,000,000
or $15,000 per connection, whichever is less, and not to exceed 80 percent of the total project
cost.

(c) (b) Principal forgiveness or grants provided under paragraph (a), clause (9), may not
exceed 25 percent of the eligible project costs as determined by the Department of Health
for project components directly related to green infrastructure, water or energy efficiency
improvements, or other environmentally innovative activities, up to a maximum of
$1,000,000.

(d) The authority may reduce the percentage of median household income at which a
loan term could extend to 30 years under subdivision 8, paragraph (c), and at which principal
forgiveness or grants could be provided under paragraph (b) if it determines that the federal
money allotted to the state cannot be fully utilized without the reduction. If it determines
that the reduction is necessary to fully utilize the federal money, the authority must effect
the change through its approval of the annual intended use plan.

Sec. 8.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 446A.12, subdivision 1, is amended to read:


Subdivision 1.

Bonding authority.

The authority may issue negotiable bonds in a
principal amount that the authority determines necessary to provide sufficient funds for
achieving its purposes, including the making of loans and purchase of securities, the payment
of interest on bonds of the authority, the establishment of reserves to secure its bonds, the
payment of fees to a third party providing credit enhancement, and the payment of all other
expenditures of the authority incident to and necessary or convenient to carry out its corporate
purposes and powers, but not including the making of grants. Bonds of the authority may
be issued as bonds or notes or in any other form authorized by law. The principal amount
of bonds issued and outstanding under this section at any time may not exceed
$1,500,000,000 $2,000,000,000, excluding bonds for which refunding bonds or crossover
refunding bonds have been issued, and excluding any bonds issued for the credit enhanced
bond program or refunding or crossover refunding bonds issued under the program. The
principal amount of bonds issued and outstanding under section 446A.087, may not exceed
$500,000,000, excluding bonds for which refunding bonds or crossover refunding bonds
have been issued.

Sec. 9.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 462A.37, is amended by adding a subdivision to
read:


Subd. 2c.

Additional authorization.

In addition to the amount authorized in subdivisions
2, 2a, and 2b, the agency may issue up to $35,000,000 in housing infrastructure bonds in
one or more series to which the payments under this section may be pledged.

Sec. 10.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 462A.37, subdivision 5, is amended to read:


Subd. 5.

Additional appropriation.

(a) The agency must certify annually to the
commissioner of management and budget the actual amount of annual debt service on each
series of bonds issued under subdivisions 2a and, 2b, and 2c.

(b) Each July 15, beginning in 2015 and through 2037, if any housing infrastructure
bonds issued under subdivision 2a remain outstanding, the commissioner of management
and budget must transfer to the housing infrastructure bond account established under section
462A.21, subdivision 33, the amount certified under paragraph (a), not to exceed $6,400,000
annually. The amounts necessary to make the transfers are appropriated from the general
fund to the commissioner of management and budget.

(c) Each July 15, beginning in 2017 and through 2038, if any housing infrastructure
bonds issued under subdivision 2b remain outstanding, the commissioner of management
and budget must transfer to the housing infrastructure bond account established under section
462A.21, subdivision 33, the amount certified under paragraph (a), not to exceed $800,000
annually. The amounts necessary to make the transfers are appropriated from the general
fund to the commissioner of management and budget.

(d) Each July 15, beginning in 2018 and through 2039, if any housing infrastructure
bonds issued under subdivision 2c remain outstanding, the commissioner of management
and budget must transfer to the housing infrastructure bond account established under section
462A.21, subdivision 33, the amount certified under paragraph (a), not to exceed $2,800,000
annually. The amounts necessary to make the transfers are appropriated from the general
fund to the commissioner of management and budget.

(d) (e) The agency may pledge to the payment of the housing infrastructure bonds the
payments to be made by the state under this section.

Sec. 11.

Laws 2012, chapter 293, section 7, subdivision 3, is amended to read:


Subd. 3.

Dam Repair, Reconstruction, and
Removal

3,000,000

To renovate or remove publicly owned dams.
The commissioner shall determine project
priorities as appropriate under Minnesota
Statutes, sections 103G.511 and 103G.515.
Notwithstanding the match requirements in
Minnesota Statutes, section 103G.511, a grant
to the city of Lanesboro does not require any
nonstate match.

Sec. 12.

Laws 2014, chapter 294, article 1, section 7, subdivision 15, is amended to read:


Subd. 15.

Grant County Trail Grant

100,000

For a grant to Grant County for predesign,
acquisition, and or improvements for a trail
from the city of Elbow Lake to Pomme de
Terre Lake. The commissioner of natural
resources may allocate any amount not needed
to complete this project to state trail
acquisition and improvements under
Minnesota Statutes, section 85.015.

Sec. 13.

Laws 2014, chapter 294, article 1, section 17, subdivision 6, is amended to read:


Subd. 6.

Inver Grove Heights - Heritage Village
Park

2,000,000

$1,500,000 of this appropriation is for a grant
to the city of Inver Grove Heights and
$500,000 of this appropriation is for a grant
to Dakota County. This appropriation is
for
public infrastructure improvements and land
acquisition in and adjacent to the Heritage
Village Park, the Mississippi River Trail, and
the Rock Island Swing Bridge. These
improvements will include but are not limited
to motor vehicle access, utility service,
stormwater treatment, and trail and sidewalk
connections. This appropriation is not
available until the commissioner of
management and budget has determined that
at least an equal amount has been committed
to the project from nonstate sources.

Sec. 14.

Laws 2014, chapter 294, article 1, section 17, subdivision 12, is amended to read:


Subd. 12.

West St. Paul - North Urban River to
River
Regional Trail Bridge Greenway

2,000,000

For a grant to the city of West St. Paul to
predesign, design, and construct a pedestrian
bridge for the North Urban Regional Trail as
an overpass
grade separated crossing of Robert
Street in the area near Wentworth Avenue in
West St. Paul for the River to River Regional
Greenway
. This appropriation may also be
used to acquire property or purchase
rights-of-way needed for bridge construction.
A nonstate match is not required.

Sec. 15.

Laws 2015, First Special Session chapter 5, article 1, section 10, subdivision 3,
is amended to read:


Subd. 3.

Local Road Improvement Fund Grants

8,910,000

(a) From the bond proceeds account in the
state transportation fund as provided in
Minnesota Statutes, section 174.50, for
construction and reconstruction of local roads
with statewide or regional significance under
Minnesota Statutes, section 174.52,
subdivision 4
, or for grants to counties to assist
in paying the costs of rural road safety capital
improvement projects on county state-aid
highways under Minnesota Statutes, section
174.52, subdivision 4a.

(b) This appropriation includes $850,000 for
a grant to the city of Sandstone for predesign,
design, engineering, and construction of a road
extending south off of marked Trunk Highway
23 across from Lundorff Drive to the airport
area, and including a bridge over Skunk Creek
in Sandstone, in order to facilitate repurposing
of an area of the airport into a business park.
This appropriation is not available until the
commissioner of management and budget
determines that sufficient resources to
complete the project are committed to it from
other sources, including any funds made
available from the commissioner of
transportation.

(c) This appropriation includes $3,770,000 for
a grant to Kandiyohi County for construction
and reconstruction of local roads to facilitate
the construction of highway-rail grade
separations at U.S. Highway 12 and Minnesota
Highway 40 as part of
one or more of the
following highway-rail intersections associated
with
the Willmar Wye project: U.S. Highway
12, marked Trunk Highway 40, and Kandiyohi
County State-Aid Highway 55
.

Sec. 16. NATIONAL SPORTS CENTER; LEASE.

Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, sections 16A.695, 16B.24, and 240A.03, subdivision
6, the Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission may lease for educational purposes that
portion of property described as a portion of the property acquired by the commission
pursuant to Laws 1987, chapter 400, section 8, subdivision 3, not currently needed for
amateur sports purposes to Independent School District No. 16, Spring Lake Park. The lease
shall be in a form approved by the attorney general and for a term not to exceed 99 years.
The lease may provide for the provision of capital improvements or other performance by
the tenant in lieu of all or some of the payments of rent that would otherwise be required.
Any lease revenues paid to the commission are appropriated to the commission.

Sec. 17. REPORT ON FUTURE OF GLENSHEEN.

The Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota must develop a plan for the future
of Glensheen, the historic Congdon estate in Duluth, in cooperation and consultation with
the city of Duluth, the Minnesota Historical Society, and other interested parties. The plan
must address facility ownership, a multiphased asset renewal plan, programmatic operations,
and cultural interpretation. The plan must be submitted by June 16, 2017, to the chairs and
ranking minority members of the legislative committees with jurisdiction over higher
education policy and finance, and capital investment, and as provided in Minnesota Statutes,
section 3.195.

Sec. 18. COMMISSIONER OF ADMINISTRATION REPORT - FUNDING FOR
ASSET PRESERVATION.

Subdivision 1.

Report.

By November 15, 2017, the commissioner of administration
shall report to the chairs and ranking minority members of the committees in the senate
with jurisdiction over finance and capital investment and in the house of representatives
with jurisdiction over ways and means and capital investment, with recommendations for
sustainable, reliable, predictable funding for preservation of capital assets owned by agencies.

Subd. 2.

Funding options and approaches.

The report shall assess the feasibility of
implementing the following options and may include evaluation of other feasible options:

(1) establishing a standing appropriation from the general fund to pay a portion of
certified asset preservation needs;

(2) establishing a standing appropriation from the bond proceeds fund, and authorizing
the sale of general obligation bonds, to pay a portion of certified asset preservation needs;

(3) dedicating a specified portion of fees collected by agencies to use for asset
preservation; and

(4) shifting asset preservation from the capital budget to the operating budget so that
asset preservation is built into the base budget.

Evaluations should include a comparison to current law and practice.

Subd. 3.

Demolition.

The report shall evaluate whether the metrics and process used by
each agency to recommend demolition of capital assets are comprehensive enough to reflect
what is in the best interest of the state.

Subd. 4.

Definition.

"Agencies" as used in this section means all executive branch
agencies, the Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota, and the Board of Trustees
of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.

Sec. 19. REAUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATION.

Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642, subdivision 1, paragraph (b), the
unencumbered and unobligated balance of the bond authorization and appropriation of bond
proceeds in Laws 2006, chapter 258, section 18, subdivision 6, as amended by Laws 2013,
chapter 136, section 13, estimated to be $1,991,456.32, is reauthorized.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective the day following final enactment.

Sec. 20. REPEALER.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 123A.446, is repealed.

Sec. 21. EFFECTIVE DATE.

Except as otherwise provided, this article is effective the day following final enactment.

ARTICLE 4

RAIL TRANSPORTATION

Section 1.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 13.6905, is amended by adding a subdivision
to read:


Subd. 34.

Oil and other hazardous substances transportation data.

Certain data on
oil and other hazardous substances transportation by railroads are governed by section
219.925, subdivision 7.

Sec. 2.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 13.7411, is amended by adding a subdivision to
read:


Subd. 10.

Prevention and response plans.

Certain data on prevention and response
plans are governed by section 115E.042, subdivision 7.

Sec. 3.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 115E.042, is amended to read:


115E.042 PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE FOR CERTAIN RAILROADS.

Subdivision 1.

Application.

In addition to the requirements of section 115E.04, a person
who owns or operates railroad car rolling stock transporting a unit train must comply with
this section.

Subd. 2.

Training.

(a) Each railroad must offer training to each fire department, and
each local organization for emergency management under section 12.25,
having jurisdiction
along the route of unit trains routes over which oil and other hazardous substances are
transported
. Initial training under this subdivision must be offered to each fire department
by June 30, 2016, and
Refresher training must be offered to each fire department and local
organization for emergency management
at least once every three years thereafter after
initial training under this subdivision
.

(b) The training must address the general hazards of oil and hazardous substances,
techniques to assess hazards to the environment and to the safety of responders and the
public, factors an incident commander must consider in determining whether to attempt to
suppress a fire or to evacuate the public and emergency responders from an area, and other
strategies for initial response by local emergency responders. The training must include
suggested protocol or practices for local responders to safely accomplish these tasks

identification of rail cars and their hazardous substance contents, responder safety issues,
rail response tactics, public evacuation considerations, environmental contamination response,
coordination of railroad response personnel and resources at an incident, and other protocols
and practices for safe initial local response
.

Subd. 3.

Emergency response planning; coordination.

Beginning June 30, 2015, (a)
Each railroad must communicate at least annually with each county or city emergency
manager, security qualified safety representatives of railroad employees governed by the
Railway Labor Act, and a senior fire department officer of each fire department having
jurisdiction along the route of a unit train routes over which oil and other hazardous
substances are transported
, to:

(1) ensure coordination of emergency response activities between the railroad and local
responders;

(2) upon request, assist emergency managers to identify and assess local rail-specific
threats, hazards, and risks; and

(3) obtain information from emergency managers regarding specific local natural and
technical hazards and threats in the local area that may impact rail operations or public
safety
.

(b) The coordination under paragraph (a), clauses (2) and (3), must include identification
of increased risks and potential special responses due to high population concentration,
critical local infrastructure, key facilities, significant venues, or sensitive natural
environments.

(c) The commissioner of public safety shall compile and make available to railroads a
listing of emergency managers and fire chiefs, which must include contact information.

Subd. 4.

Response capabilities; time limits.

(a) Following confirmation of a discharge,
a railroad must deliver and deploy sufficient equipment and trained personnel to (1) contain
and recover discharged oil or hazardous substances, and (2) to protect the environment and
assist local public safety officials.

(b) Within 15 minutes of the arrival of local emergency responders on the scene of a
rail incident involving oil or other hazardous substances, a railroad must assist the incident
commander in determining the nature of hazardous substances known to have been released
and hazardous substances transported on the train, by providing information that includes
the chemical content of the hazardous substances, contact information for the shipper, and
instructions for dealing with release of the material. A railroad may provide information
through the train orders on board the train, facsimile, or electronic transmission.

(c) Within one hour of confirmation of a discharge, a railroad must provide a qualified
company employee representative to advise the incident commander, help assess the situation,
initiate railroad response actions as needed, and provide advice and recommendations to
the incident commander regarding the response
. The employee may be made available by
telephone, and must be authorized to deploy all necessary response resources of the railroad.

(c) (d) Within three hours of confirmation of a discharge, a railroad must be capable of
delivering monitoring equipment and a trained operator to assist in protection of responder
and public safety. A plan to ensure delivery of monitoring equipment and an operator to a
discharge site must be provided each year to the commissioner of public safety.

(d) (e) Within three hours of confirmation of a discharge, a railroad must provide (1)
qualified personnel at a discharge site to assess the discharge and to advise the incident
commander, and (2) resources to assist the incident commander with ongoing public safety
and scene stabilization
.

(e) (f) A railroad must be capable of deploying containment boom from land across
sewer outfalls, creeks, ditches, and other places where oil or hazardous substances may
drain, in order to contain leaked material before it reaches those resources. The arrangement
to provide containment boom and staff may be made by:

(1) training and caching equipment with local jurisdictions;

(2) training and caching equipment with a fire mutual-aid group;

(3) means of an industry cooperative or mutual-aid group;

(4) deployment of a contractor;

(5) deployment of a response organization under state contract; or

(6) other dependable means acceptable to the Pollution Control Agency.

(f) (g) Each arrangement under paragraph (e) (f) must be confirmed each year. Each
arrangement must be tested by drill at least once every five years.

(g) (h) Within eight hours of confirmation of a discharge, a railroad must be capable of
delivering and deploying containment boom, boats, oil recovery equipment, trained staff,
and all other materials needed to provide:

(1) on-site containment and recovery of a volume of oil equal to ten percent of the
calculated worst case discharge at any location along the route; and

(2) protection of listed sensitive areas and potable water intakes within one mile of a
discharge site and within eight hours of water travel time downstream in any river or stream
that the right-of-way intersects.

(h) (i) Within 60 hours of confirmation of a discharge, a railroad must be capable of
delivering and deploying additional containment boom, boats, oil recovery equipment,
trained staff, and all other materials needed to provide containment and recovery of a worst
case discharge and to protect listed sensitive areas and potable water intakes at any location
along the route.

Subd. 5.

Railroad drills Environmental response exercises.

(a) Each railroad must
conduct at least one oil containment, recovery, and sensitive area protection drill exercises
as follows: (1) at least one tabletop exercise every year; and (2) at least one full-scale exercise

every three years,. Each exercise must be at a location, date, and time and in the manner
chosen by the Pollution Control Agency, and attended by safety representatives of railroad
employees governed by the Railway Labor Act.

(b) To the extent feasible, the commissioner of the Pollution Control Agency shall
coordinate each exercise with exercises required by federal agencies.

Subd. 6.

Prevention and response plans; requirements, submission.

(a) By June 30,
2015,
A railroad shall submit the prevention and response plan required under section
115E.04, as necessary to comply with the requirements of this section,
to the commissioner
of the Pollution Control Agency on a form designated by the commissioner.

(b) By June 30 of In every third year following a plan submission under this subdivision,
or sooner as provided under section 115E.04, subdivision 2
, a railroad must update and
resubmit the prevention and response plan to the commissioner.

Subd. 7.

Environmental response plan data.

A prevention and response plan provided
under this section is nonpublic data, as defined under section 13.02, subdivision 9.

Sec. 4.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 219.015, is amended to read:


219.015 STATE RAIL SAFETY INSPECTOR INSPECTION PROGRAM.

Subdivision 1.

Positions established; duties.

(a) The commissioner of transportation
shall establish three state rail safety inspector positions in the Office of Freight and
Commercial Vehicle Operations of the Minnesota Department of Transportation. On or
after July 1, 2015
, and the commissioner may establish a fourth up to six state rail safety
inspector position inspection program positions following consultation with railroad
companies. The commissioner shall apply to and enter into agreements with the Federal
Railroad Administration (FRA) of the United States Department of Transportation to
participate in the federal State Rail Safety Participation Program for training and certification
of an inspector under authority of United States Code, title 49, sections 20103, 20105,
20106, and 20113, and Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, part 212.

(b) A state rail safety inspector shall may inspect mainline track, secondary track, and
yard and industry track; inspect railroad right-of-way, including adjacent or intersecting
drainage, culverts, bridges, overhead structures, and traffic and other public crossings;
inspect yards and physical plants; inspect train equipment; review and enforce safety
requirements; review maintenance and repair records; and review railroad security measures.

(c) A state rail safety inspector may perform, but is not limited to, the duties described
in the federal State Rail Safety Participation Program. An inspector may train, be certified,
and participate in any of the federal State Rail Safety Participation Program disciplines,
including: track, signal and train control, motive power and equipment, operating practices
compliance, hazardous materials, and highway-rail grade crossings.

(d) To the extent delegated by the Federal Railroad Administration and authorized by
the commissioner, an inspector may issue citations for violations of this chapter, or to ensure
railroad employee and public safety and welfare.

Subd. 2.

Railroad company assessment; account; appropriation.

(a) As provided in
this subdivision, the commissioner shall annually assess railroad companies that are (1)
defined as common carriers under section 218.011; (2) classified by federal law or regulation
as Class I Railroads, Class I Rail Carriers, Class II Railroads, or Class II Carriers; and (3)
operating in this state.

(b) The assessment must be by a division of calculated to allocate state rail safety
inspector inspection program costs in equal proportion between proportionally among
carriers based on route miles operated in Minnesota, assessed in equal amounts for 365 days
of the calendar year
at the time of assessment. The commissioner shall assess include in the
assessment calculation
all program or additional position start-up or re-establishment costs,;
all related costs of initiating the state rail safety inspector inspection program, including but
not limited to inspection, administration, supervision, travel, equipment, and training;
and
costs of
ongoing state rail inspector duties.

(c) The assessments collected under this subdivision must be deposited in a special
account in the special revenue fund, to be known as the
state rail safety inspection account,
which is established in the special revenue fund
. The account consists of funds as provided
by this subdivision, and any other money donated, allotted, transferred, or otherwise provided
to the account.
Money in the account is appropriated to the commissioner for the
establishment and ongoing responsibilities of the state rail safety inspector inspection
program.

Subd. 3.

Work site safety coaching program.

The commissioner may exempt a common
carrier not federally classified as Class I from violations for a period of up to two years if
the common carrier applies for participation in a work site safety coaching program, such
as the "MNSharp" program administered by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry,
and the commissioner determines such participation to be preferred enforcement for safety
or security violations.

Subd. 4.

Appeal.

Any person aggrieved by an assessment levied under this section may
appeal within 90 days any assessment, violation, or administrative penalty to the Office of
Administrative Hearings, with further appeal and review by the district court.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective the day following final enactment.

Sec. 5.

[219.925] INCIDENT EMERGENCY RESPONSE; PREPAREDNESS AND
INFORMATION.

Subdivision 1.

Definitions.

(a) For purposes of this section, the following terms have
the meanings given them.

(b) "Emergency manager" means the director of a local organization for emergency
management under section 12.25.

(c) "Hazardous substance" has the meaning given in Code of Federal Regulations, title
49, section 171.8.

(d) "Incident commander" means the official who has responsibility, following National
Incident Management System guidelines, for all aspects of emergency response operations
at an incident scene, including directing and controlling resources.

(e) "Oil" has the meaning given in section 115E.01, subdivision 8.

(f) "Rail carrier" means a railroad company that is:

(1) defined as a common carrier under section 218.011;

(2) classified by federal law or regulation as Class I Railroad, Class I Rail Carrier, Class
II Railroad, Class II Carrier, Class III Railroad, or Class III Carrier; and

(3) operating in this state.

Subd. 2.

Traffic review.

Within ten business days of receiving a written request, a rail
carrier shall provide a traffic review to a requesting emergency manager or fire chief having
jurisdiction along the routes over which oil and other hazardous substances are transported.
The traffic review under this subdivision must include information on the types and volumes
of oil and other hazardous substance transported through the requester's jurisdiction during
the prior calendar year.

Subd. 3.

Emergency response planning; information sharing.

Upon written request,
a rail carrier shall provide to an emergency manager or fire chief having jurisdiction along
the routes over which oil and other hazardous substances are transported:

(1) a complete copy of prevention and response plans submitted under section 115E.042,
subdivision 6; and

(2) a copy of the data and information, including risk assessment information, used to
develop the rail carrier's route analysis as required under Code of Federal Regulations, title
49, section 172.820, or successor requirements.

Subd. 4.

Emergency response planning; coordination meetings.

(a) Within 30 days
of receiving a written request, a rail carrier must be available to meet with a requesting
emergency manager or fire chief having jurisdiction along the routes over which oil and
other hazardous substances are transported, concerning emergency response planning and
coordination.

(b) At a meeting held under this subdivision, a rail carrier must provide:

(1) a review of the rail carrier's emergency response planning and capability, including
railroad response timelines and resources to provide (i) technical advice and
recommendations, (ii) trained response personnel, (iii) specialized equipment, and (iv) any
other available resources to support an incident commander who conducts a public safety
emergency response under the National Incident Management System; and

(2) inventory information on emergency response involving oil or other hazardous
substance, consisting of:

(i) equipment owned by the rail carrier, including equipment type and location;

(ii) response personnel of the rail carrier, including contact information and location;
and

(iii) resources available to the rail carrier through contractual agreements.

Subd. 5.

Real-time emergency response information.

(a) The commissioner of public
safety shall, through the Minnesota Fusion Center, receive and disseminate emergency
response information as provided under section 7302 of the FAST Act of 2015, Public Law
114-94, and federal regulations adopted under that section.

(b) On and after July 1, 2018, all rail carriers subject to this section shall collectively
provide to emergency responders, through an Internet-based format, the information on
transportation of oil and other hazardous substances provided by rail carriers through a
wireless communications device application on the effective date of this section.

Subd. 6.

Public safety response exercises.

(a) Each rail carrier must conduct one tabletop
public safety emergency response exercise in each emergency management region in which
the rail carrier transports oil and other hazardous substances. The exercises must be conducted
by July 1, 2018, and July 1 every two years thereafter.

(b) Each rail carrier must conduct one full-scale exercise every four years.

(c) In a emergency management region in which more than one rail carrier operates, the
rail carriers may conduct the exercises jointly or may alternate among rail carriers to conduct
the exercise.

(d) To the extent feasible, the rail carriers shall coordinate the exercises among each
other and with exercises under section 115E.042, subdivision 5.

Subd. 7.

Transportation and response planning data.

Any data provided under
subdivisions 3 to 6 to an emergency manager, incident commander, emergency first
responder, fire chief, or the commissioner of public safety are nonpublic data, as defined
under section 13.02, subdivision 9.

Sec. 6.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 299A.55, is amended to read:


299A.55 RAILROAD AND PIPELINE SAFETY INCIDENT PREPAREDNESS;
OIL AND OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SUBSTANCES.

Subdivision 1.

Definitions.

(a) For purposes of this section, the following terms have
the meanings given them.

(b) "Applicable rail carrier" means a railroad company that is subject to an assessment
under section 219.015, subdivision 2.

(c) "Hazardous substance" has the meaning given in section 115B.02, subdivision 8
Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, section 171.8
.

(d) "Oil" has the meaning given in section 115E.01, subdivision 8.

(e) "Pipeline company" means any individual, partnership, association, or public or
private corporation who owns and operates pipeline facilities and is required to show specific
preparedness under section 115E.03, subdivision 2.

Subd. 2.

Railroad and pipeline safety incident account.

(a) A railroad and pipeline
safety incident account is created in the special revenue fund. The account consists of funds
collected under subdivision 4 and funds donated, allotted, transferred, or otherwise provided
to the account.

(b) $104,000 An amount necessary for environmental protection activities related to
railroad discharge preparedness under section 115E.042
is annually appropriated from the
railroad and pipeline safety incident account to the commissioner of the Pollution Control
Agency for environmental protection activities related to railroad discharge preparedness
under chapter 115E
those purposes.

(c) Following the appropriation in paragraph (b), the remaining money in the account
is annually appropriated to the commissioner of public safety for the purposes specified in
subdivision 3.

Subd. 3.

Allocation of funds.

(a) Subject to funding appropriated for this subdivision,
the commissioner shall provide funds for training and response preparedness related to (1)
derailments, discharge incidents, or spills involving trains carrying oil or other hazardous
substances, and (2) pipeline discharge incidents or spills involving oil or other hazardous
substances.

(b) The commissioner shall allocate available funds as follows:

(1) $100,000 annually for emergency response teams; and

(2) the remaining amount to the Board of Firefighter Training and Education under
section 299N.02 and the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

(c) Prior to making allocations under paragraph (b), the commissioner shall consult with
the Fire Service Advisory Committee under section 299F.012, subdivision 2.

(d) The commissioner and the entities identified in paragraph (b), clause (2), shall
prioritize uses of funds based on:

(1) firefighter training needs;

(2) community risk from discharge incidents or spills;

(3) geographic balance; and

(4) risks to the general public; and

(5) recommendations of the Fire Service Advisory Committee.

(e) The following are permissible uses of funds provided under this subdivision:

(1) training costs, which may include, but are not limited to, training curriculum, trainers,
trainee overtime salary, other personnel overtime salary, and tuition;

(2) costs of gear and equipment related to hazardous materials readiness, response, and
management, which may include, but are not limited to, original purchase, maintenance,
and replacement;

(3) supplies related to the uses under clauses (1) and (2); and

(4) emergency preparedness planning and coordination.;

(5) public safety emergency response exercises under section 219.925, subdivision 6;
and

(6) public education and outreach, including but not limited to:

(i) informing and engaging the public regarding hazards of derailments and discharge
incidents;

(ii) assisting in development of evacuation readiness;

(iii) undertaking public information campaigns; and

(iv) providing accurate information to the media on likelihood and consequences of
derailments and discharge incidents.

(f) Notwithstanding paragraph (b), clause (2), from funds in the railroad and pipeline
safety incident account provided for the purposes under this subdivision, the commissioner
may retain a balance in the account for budgeting in subsequent fiscal years.

Subd. 4.

Assessments.

(a) The commissioner of public safety shall annually assess
$2,500,000 to railroad and pipeline companies based on the formula specified in paragraph
(b). The commissioner shall deposit funds collected under this subdivision in the railroad
and pipeline safety incident account under subdivision 2.

(b) The assessment for each railroad is 50 percent of the total annual assessment amount,
divided in equal proportion between applicable rail carriers based on route miles operated
in Minnesota. The assessment for each pipeline company is 50 percent of the total annual
assessment amount, divided in equal proportion between companies based on the yearly
aggregate gallons of oil and hazardous substance transported by pipeline in Minnesota.

(c) The assessments under this subdivision expire July 1, 2017.

Sec. 7. REVISOR'S INSTRUCTION.

The revisor of statutes shall recodify Minnesota Statutes, section 115E.042, subdivision
2, as Minnesota Statutes, section 219.925, subdivision 8, and Minnesota Statutes, section
115E.042, subdivision 3, as Minnesota Statutes, section 219.925, subdivision 4. The revisor
shall correct any cross-references made necessary by this recodification.

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66.27 66.28 66.29 66.30 66.31 66.32 66.33 67.1 67.2 67.3
67.4 67.5 67.6 67.7 67.8 67.9 67.10 67.11 67.12 67.13 67.14 67.15 67.16 67.17 67.18 67.19 67.20 67.21 67.22 67.23 67.24 67.25 67.26 67.27 67.28 67.29 67.30 67.31 67.32 68.1 68.2 68.3 68.4
68.5 68.6 68.7 68.8 68.9 68.10 68.11 68.12 68.13 68.14 68.15 68.16 68.17 68.18 68.19 68.20 68.21 68.22 68.23 68.24 68.25 68.26 68.27 68.28 68.29 68.30 68.31 69.1 69.2 69.3 69.4 69.5 69.6 69.7 69.8 69.9 69.10 69.11 69.12 69.13 69.14 69.15 69.16 69.17 69.18 69.19 69.20 69.21 69.22 69.23 69.24 69.25 69.26 69.27 69.28 69.29 69.30 69.31 69.32 69.33 69.34 70.1 70.2 70.3 70.4 70.5 70.6 70.7 70.8 70.9 70.10 70.11 70.12 70.13 70.14 70.15 70.16 70.17 70.18 70.19 70.20 70.21 70.22 70.23 70.24 70.25 70.26 70.27 70.28 70.29 70.30 70.31 70.32 70.33 70.34 71.1 71.2 71.3 71.4 71.5 71.6 71.7 71.8 71.9 71.10 71.11 71.12 71.13 71.14 71.15 71.16 71.17 71.18 71.19 71.20 71.21 71.22 71.23 71.24 71.25 71.26 71.27 71.28 71.29 71.30 71.31 71.32 71.33 72.1 72.2 72.3 72.4 72.5 72.6 72.7 72.8 72.9 72.10 72.11 72.12 72.13 72.14 72.15 72.16 72.17 72.18 72.19 72.20 72.21 72.22 72.23 72.24
72.25 72.26 72.27 72.28 72.29 72.30 72.31 72.32 73.1 73.2 73.3 73.4 73.5 73.6 73.7 73.8 73.9 73.10 73.11 73.12 73.13 73.14 73.15 73.16 73.17 73.18 73.19 73.20 73.21 73.22 73.23 73.24 73.25 73.26 73.27 73.28 73.29 73.30 73.31 73.32 73.33 74.1 74.2 74.3
74.4 74.5 74.6 74.7 74.8 74.9 74.10 74.11 74.12 74.13 74.14 74.15 74.16 74.17 74.18 74.19 74.20 74.21 74.22 74.23 74.24 74.25 74.26 74.27 74.28 74.29 74.30 75.1 75.2 75.3 75.4 75.5 75.6 75.7 75.8 75.9 75.10 75.11 75.12 75.13 75.14 75.15 75.16 75.17 75.18 75.19 75.20 75.21 75.22 75.23 75.24 75.25 75.26 75.27
75.28 75.29 75.30 75.31 75.32 75.33 75.34 76.1 76.2 76.3 76.4 76.5 76.6 76.7 76.8 76.9
76.10 76.11 76.12 76.13 76.14
76.15 76.16 76.17 76.18 76.19 76.20 76.21 76.22 76.23 76.24 76.25 76.26 76.27 76.28 76.29 76.30 76.31 76.32 76.33 77.1 77.2 77.3 77.4 77.5
77.6 77.7 77.8 77.8 77.9 77.10 77.11 77.12 77.13 77.14 77.15 77.16
77.17 77.18 77.18 77.19 77.20 77.21 77.22 77.23 77.24 77.25 77.26
77.27 77.28 77.29 77.29 77.30 77.31 77.32 77.33 78.1 78.2 78.3 78.4 78.5 78.6 78.7 78.8 78.9 78.10 78.11 78.12
78.13 78.14 78.15 78.15 78.16 78.17 78.18 78.19 78.20 78.21 78.22 78.23 78.24 78.25
78.26 78.27 78.28 78.28 78.29 78.30 78.31 78.32 78.33 78.34 79.1 79.2 79.3 79.4 79.5 79.6 79.7 79.8 79.9 79.10 79.11 79.12 79.13 79.14 79.15 79.16 79.17 79.18 79.19 79.20 79.21 79.22 79.23 79.24 79.25 79.26 79.27 79.28 79.29 79.30
79.31 79.32 79.33 79.34 80.1 80.2 80.3 80.4 80.5 80.6
80.7 80.8 80.9 80.10 80.11 80.12 80.13 80.14 80.15
80.16 80.17 80.18 80.19 80.20 80.21 80.22 80.23 80.24 80.25 80.26 80.27 80.28 80.29 80.30 80.31 80.32 81.1 81.2 81.3 81.4 81.5 81.6 81.7
81.8 81.9 81.10 81.11 81.12
81.13
81.14 81.15
81.16 81.17
81.18 81.19
81.20 81.21 81.22 81.23 81.24
81.25 81.26 81.27 81.28
82.1 82.2 82.3 82.4 82.5 82.6 82.7 82.8 82.9 82.10 82.11 82.12 82.13 82.14 82.15 82.16 82.17 82.18 82.19 82.20 82.21 82.22 82.23 82.24 82.25 82.26 82.27 82.28 82.29 82.30 82.31 82.32 83.1 83.2 83.3 83.4 83.5 83.6 83.7 83.8 83.9 83.10 83.11 83.12 83.13 83.14 83.15 83.16 83.17 83.18 83.19 83.20 83.21 83.22 83.23 83.24 83.25 83.26 83.27 83.28 83.29 83.30 83.31 83.32 83.33 84.1 84.2 84.3 84.4 84.5 84.6 84.7 84.8 84.9 84.10 84.11 84.12 84.13 84.14 84.15 84.16 84.17 84.18 84.19 84.20 84.21 84.22 84.23 84.24 84.25 84.26 84.27 84.28 84.29 84.30 84.31 85.1 85.2 85.3 85.4 85.5 85.6 85.7 85.8 85.9 85.10 85.11
85.12 85.13 85.14 85.15 85.16 85.17 85.18 85.19 85.20 85.21 85.22 85.23 85.24 85.25 85.26 85.27 85.28 85.29 85.30 85.31 85.32 85.33 86.1 86.2 86.3 86.4 86.5 86.6 86.7 86.8 86.9 86.10 86.11 86.12 86.13 86.14 86.15 86.16 86.17 86.18 86.19 86.20 86.21 86.22 86.23 86.24 86.25 86.26 86.27 86.28 86.29 86.30 86.31 86.32
86.33
87.1 87.2 87.3 87.4 87.5 87.6 87.7 87.8 87.9 87.10 87.11 87.12 87.13 87.14 87.15 87.16 87.17 87.18 87.19 87.20 87.21 87.22 87.23 87.24 87.25 87.26 87.27 87.28 87.29 87.30 87.31 88.1 88.2 88.3 88.4 88.5 88.6 88.7 88.8 88.9 88.10 88.11 88.12 88.13 88.14 88.15 88.16 88.17 88.18 88.19 88.20 88.21 88.22 88.23 88.24 88.25 88.26 88.27 88.28 88.29 88.30 89.1 89.2 89.3 89.4 89.5 89.6 89.7 89.8 89.9
89.10 89.11 89.12 89.13 89.14 89.15 89.16 89.17 89.18 89.19 89.20 89.21 89.22 89.23 89.24 89.25 89.26 89.27 89.28 89.29 89.30 89.31 90.1 90.2 90.3 90.4 90.5 90.6 90.7 90.8 90.9 90.10 90.11 90.12 90.13 90.14 90.15 90.16 90.17 90.18 90.19 90.20 90.21 90.22 90.23 90.24 90.25 90.26 90.27 90.28 90.29 91.1 91.2 91.3 91.4 91.5 91.6 91.7 91.8 91.9 91.10 91.11 91.12 91.13 91.14 91.15 91.16 91.17 91.18 91.19 91.20 91.21 91.22
91.23 91.24 91.25 91.26 91.27

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