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                            CHAPTER 249-S.F.No. 2224 
                  An act relating to legislative enactments; correcting 
                  miscellaneous oversights, inconsistencies, 
                  ambiguities, unintended results, and technical errors; 
                  amending Minnesota Statutes 1998, sections 97A.075, 
                  subdivision 1; 124D.135, subdivision 3, as amended; 
                  124D.54, subdivision 1, as amended; 256.476, 
                  subdivision 8, as amended; 322B.115, subdivision 4; 
                  Senate File 626, section 44; Senate File 2221, article 
                  1, section 2, subdivision 4; section 7, subdivision 6; 
                  section 8, subdivision 3; section 12, subdivision 1; 
                  section 13, subdivision 1; section 18; Senate File 
                  2226, section 5, subdivision 4; section 6; House File 
                  1825, section 12; House File 2390, article 1, section 
                  2, subdivisions 2 and 4; section 4, subdivision 4; 
                  section 17, subdivision 1; article 2, section 81; 
                  House File 2420, article 5, section 18; article 6, 
                  section 2; proposing coding in Minnesota Statutes 
                  1998, chapter 126C. 
        BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
           Section 1.  Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 322B.115, 
        subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 4.  [OPTIONAL PROVISIONS AND SPECIFIC SUBJECTS.] The 
        provisions in clauses (1), (7), (15), (16), and (18) may be 
        included in the articles of organization or a member control 
        agreement under section 322B.37. 
           The provisions in clauses (2) to (6), (8) to (14), and (17) 
        may be included in the articles of organization, a member 
        control agreement under section 322B.37 or the operating 
        agreement: 
           (1) the persons to serve as the first board of governors 
        may be named in the articles of organization (section 322B.606, 
        subdivision 1); 
           (2) a manner for increasing or decreasing the number of 
        governors may be provided (section 322B.61); 
           (3) additional qualifications for governors may be imposed 
        (section 322B.613); 
           (4) governors may be classified (section 322B.626); 
           (5) the day or date, time, and place of board of governors 
        meetings may be fixed (section 322B.643, subdivision 1); 
           (6) absent governors may be permitted to give written 
        consent or opposition to a proposal (section 322B.646); 
           (7) a larger than majority vote may be required for board 
        of governor action (section 322B.653); 
           (8) authority to sign and deliver certain documents may be 
        delegated to a manager or agent of the limited liability company 
        other than the chief manager (section 322B.673, subdivision 2); 
           (9) additional managers may be designated (section 
        322B.676); 
           (10) additional powers, rights, duties, and 
        responsibilities may be given to managers (section 322B.676); 
           (11) a method for filling vacant offices may be specified 
        (section 322B.686, subdivision 3); 
           (12) the day or date, time, and place of regular member 
        meetings may be fixed (section 322B.333, subdivision 3); 
           (13) certain persons may be authorized to call special 
        meetings of members (section 322B.336, subdivision 1); 
           (14) notices of member meetings may be required to contain 
        certain information (section 322B.34, subdivision 3); 
           (15) a larger than majority vote may be required for member 
        action (section 322B.346); 
           (16) voting rights may be granted in or pursuant to the 
        articles of organization to persons who are not members (section 
        322B.356, subdivision 3); 
           (17) limited liability company actions giving rise to 
        dissenter rights may be designated (section 322B.386, 
        subdivision 1, paragraph (e)); and 
           (18) a governor's personal liability to the limited 
        liability company or its members for monetary damages for breach 
        of fiduciary duty as a governor may be eliminated or limited in 
        the articles (section 322B.663, subdivision 4). 
           Nothing in this subdivision limits the right of the board, 
        by resolution, to take an action that may be included in the 
        operating agreement under this subdivision without including it 
        in the operating agreement, unless it is required to be included 
        in the operating agreement by another provision of this chapter. 
           Sec. 2.  [CORRECTION 1.] Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 
        256.476, subdivision 8, as amended by Laws 1999, chapter 10, 
        section 3, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 8.  [COMMISSIONER RESPONSIBILITIES.] The commissioner 
        shall: 
           (1) transfer and allocate funds pursuant to this section; 
           (2) determine allocations based on projected and actual 
        local agency use; 
           (3) monitor and oversee overall program spending; 
           (4) evaluate the effectiveness of the program; 
           (5) provide training and technical assistance for local 
        agencies and consumers to help identify potential applicants to 
        the program; 
           (6) develop guidelines for local agency program 
        administration and consumer information; and 
           (7) apply for a federal waiver or take any other action 
        necessary to maximize federal funding for the program by June 
        September 1, 1999. 
           Sec. 3.  [CORRECTION 2.] 1999 S.F. No. 626, section 44, if 
        enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 44.  [PRIVATE SALE OF TAX-FORFEITED AND SURPLUS STATE 
        LAND BORDERING PUBLIC WATER; ST. LOUIS COUNTY.] 
           (a) Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, sections 92.45 and 
        282.018, subdivision 1, and the public sale provisions of 
        Minnesota Statutes, chapter 282, St. Louis county may sell by 
        private sale the tax-forfeited land that is described in 
        paragraph (c), clauses (1) to (11), under the remaining 
        provisions of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 282.  Notwithstanding 
        Minnesota Statutes, sections 92.45, 94.09, and 94.10, the 
        commissioner of natural resources may sell by private sale the 
        surplus land bordering public water that is described in 
        paragraph (c), clause (12). 
           (b) The land described in paragraph (c) may be sold by 
        private sale to the Iron Range Resource and Rehabilitation Board 
        for economic development.  The conveyance must be in a form 
        approved by the attorney general.  The attorney general may make 
        necessary changes to the legal descriptions to correct errors 
        and ensure accuracy.  The consideration for the conveyance must 
        be equal to the fair market value of the land plus the cost of 
        appraisal.  The conveyance shall not include stockpiled 
        iron-bearing material held under control of the commissioner of 
        natural resources.  The commissioner may sell the stockpiled 
        iron-bearing material located on these lands according to 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 93.41. 
           (c) The lands to be conveyed are located in St. Louis 
        county and are described as:  
           (1) the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter 
        Government Lot 3, Section 5, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (2) the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter 
        Government Lot 4, Section 5, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (3) the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter 
        Government Lot 5, Section 5, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (4) the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter 
        Government Lot 6, Section 5, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (5) the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter 
        Government Lot 9, Section 6, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (6) the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter 
        Government Lot 10, Section 6, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (7) the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter 
        Government Lot 11, Section 6, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (8) the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter 
        Government Lot 12, Section 6, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (9) the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, Section 
        6, Township 58 North, Range 15 West; 
           (10) the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter 
        Government Lot 6, Section 31, Township 59 North, Range 15 West; 
           (11) the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, 
        Section 31, Township 59 North, Range 15 West; 
           (12) (10) the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter 
        Government Lot 4, Section 32, Township 59 North, Range 15 West; 
           (13) (11) the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter 
        Government Lot 5, Section 32, Township 59 North, Range 15 
        West; and 
           (14) the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, 
        Section 32, Township 59 North, Range 15 West; and 
           (15) (12) the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, 
        the surface of the beds of Wine (Wynne) and Syracuse lakes, 
        below the natural ordinary high water mark thereof, as 
        originally surveyed in Sections 5 and 6 of Township 58 North, 
        Range 15 West, and the Southwest Quarter of Section 32, Township 
        59 North, Range 15 West. 
           (d) The county has determined that the county's land 
        management interests would best be served if the tax-forfeited 
        lands were returned to private ownership.  The commissioner has 
        determined that the surplus land is no longer needed for any 
        state purpose and that the state's land management interests 
        would best be served if the land was returned to private 
        ownership. 
           Sec. 4.  [CORRECTION 3.] Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 
        124D.54, subdivision 1, as amended by 1999 H.F. No. 1467, 
        article 4, section 7, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Subdivision 1.  [AID ELIGIBILITY.] Adult high school 
        graduation aid for eligible pupils age 21 or over equals: 
           (1) for fiscal year 2000:  1.30 multiplied by the average 
        daily membership under section 126C.05, subdivision 12, 
        multiplied by the greater of (i) $1,676 or (ii) $3,251,000 
        divided by the state total weighted average daily membership, 
        not to exceed $2,295; 
           (2) for fiscal year 2001 and later fiscal years:  $2,338 
        multiplied by 1.30 multiplied by the average daily membership 
        under section 126C.05, subdivision 12. 
        Adult high school graduation aid must be paid in addition to any 
        other aid to the district.  Pupils age 21 or over may not be 
        counted by the district for any purpose other than adult high 
        school graduation aid. 
           Sec. 5.  [CORRECTION 4.] 1999 H.F. No. 1825, section 12, if 
        enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 12.  [349.173] [CONDUCT OF RAFFLES.] 
           Raffle tickets at a minimum must list the three most 
        expensive prizes to be awarded.  If additional prizes will be 
        awarded that are not contained on the raffle ticket, the raffle 
        ticket must contain the statement "A complete list of additional 
        prizes is available upon request."  Notwithstanding section 
        349.12, subdivision 33, raffles conducted under the exemptions 
        in section 349.166 may use tickets that contain only the 
        sequential number of the raffle ticket and no other information 
        if the organization makes a list of prizes and a statement of 
        other relevant information required by rule available to persons 
        purchasing tickets and if tickets are only sold at the event and 
        on the date when the tickets are sold drawn. 
           Sec. 6.  [CORRECTION 5.] 1999 S.F. No. 2221, article 1, 
        section 13, subdivision 1, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subdivision 1.  Total 
        Appropriation                        325,897,000    343,753,000
                                             328,484,000    346,365,000 
                      Summary by Fund
        General             327,362,000   345,243,000
        Special Revenue       1,122,000     1,122,000
        The amounts that may be spent from this 
        appropriation for each program are 
        specified in the following subdivisions.
        Any unencumbered balances remaining in 
        the first year do not cancel but are 
        available for the second year of the 
        biennium. 
        Positions and administrative money may 
        be transferred within the department of 
        corrections as the commissioner 
        considers necessary, upon the advance 
        approval of the commissioner of finance.
        For the biennium ending June 30, 2001, 
        the commissioner of corrections may, 
        with the approval of the commissioner 
        of finance, transfer funds to or from 
        salaries. 
        During the biennium ending June 30, 
        2001, the commissioner may enter into 
        contracts with private corporations or 
        governmental units of the state of 
        Minnesota to house adult offenders 
        committed to the commissioner of 
        corrections.  Every effort shall be 
        made to house individuals committed to 
        the commissioner of corrections in 
        Minnesota correctional facilities. 
        If the commissioner deems it necessary 
        to reduce staff positions during the 
        biennium ending June 30, 2001, the 
        commissioner shall reduce at least the 
        same percentage of management and 
        supervisory personnel as line and 
        support personnel to ensure employee 
        safety, inmate safety, and facility 
        security.  By January 15, 2002, the 
        commissioner shall report to the chairs 
        and ranking minority members of the 
        senate and house committees and 
        divisions having jurisdiction over 
        criminal justice funding on whether it 
        was necessary to reduce staff 
        positions, and, if so, the percentage 
        of management and supervisory personnel 
        positions that were reduced compared 
        with the number of line and support 
        personnel positions reduced. 
        During the biennium ending June 30, 
        2001, if it is necessary to reduce 
        services or staffing within a 
        correctional facility, the commissioner 
        or the commissioner's designee shall 
        meet with affected exclusive 
        representatives.  The commissioner 
        shall make every reasonable effort to 
        retain correctional officer and prison 
        industry employees should reductions be 
        necessary. 
        During the biennium ending June 30, 
        2001, the commissioner shall consider 
        ways to reduce the per diem in adult 
        correctional facilities.  As part of 
        this consideration, the commissioner 
        shall consider reduction in management 
        and supervisory personnel levels in 
        addition to line staff levels within 
        adult correctional institutions, 
        provided this objective can be 
        accomplished without compromising 
        safety and security.  By January 15, 
        2002, the commissioner shall report to 
        the chairs and ranking minority members 
        of the senate and house committees and 
        divisions having jurisdiction over 
        criminal justice funding on what 
        methods were considered to reduce per 
        diems under this paragraph and what 
        changes, if any, were implemented to 
        achieve the reductions. 
           Sec. 7.  [CORRECTION 6.] Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 
        124D.135, subdivision 3, as amended by 1999 H.F. No. 1467, 
        article 1, section 43, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 3.  [EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION LEVY.] For 
        fiscal years 2000 and year 2001 to obtain early childhood family 
        education revenue, a district may levy an amount equal to the 
        tax rate of .5282 percent times the adjusted tax capacity of the 
        district for the year preceding the year the levy is certified.  
        Beginning with levies for fiscal year 2002, by September 30 of 
        each year, the commissioner shall establish a tax rate for early 
        childhood education revenue that raises $21,027,000 for fiscal 
        year 2002 and $22,135,000 in fiscal year 2003 and each 
        subsequent year.  If the amount of the early childhood family 
        education levy would exceed the early childhood family education 
        revenue, the early childhood family education levy must equal 
        the early childhood family education revenue. 
           Sec. 8.  [CORRECTION 7.] 1999 S.F. No. 2221, article 1, 
        section 12, subdivision 1, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subdivision 1.  Total       
        Appropriation                         44,272,000     47,617,000
        None of this appropriation shall be 
        used to pay for lawsuits against public 
        agencies or public officials to change 
        social or public policy.  
        The amounts that may be spent from this 
        appropriation for each program are 
        specified in the following subdivisions.
        The state public defender board of 
        public defense may use money 
        appropriated as part of the office's 
        agency's base budget to hire a 
        personnel director. 
           Sec. 9.  [CORRECTION 8A.] 1999 S.F. No. 2226, section 5, 
        subdivision 4, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 4.  Forest Management 
            34,670,000     35,175,000
                      Summary by Fund
        General              34,207,000    34,701,000
        Natural Resources       463,000       474,000
        $3,599,000 the first year and 
        $3,688,000 the second year are for 
        presuppression and suppression costs of 
        emergency fire fighting.  If the 
        appropriation for either year is 
        insufficient to cover all costs of 
        suppression, the amount necessary to 
        pay for emergency firefighting expenses 
        during the biennium is appropriated 
        from the general fund.  If money is 
        spent under the appropriation in the 
        preceding sentence, the commissioner of 
        natural resources shall, by 15 days 
        after the end of the following quarter, 
        report on how the money was spent to 
        the chairs of the house of 
        representatives ways and means 
        committee, the environment and 
        agriculture budget division of the 
        senate environment and natural 
        resources committee, and the house of 
        representatives environment and natural 
        resources finance committee.  The 
        appropriations may not be transferred.  
        $722,000 the first year and $724,000 
        the second year are for programs and 
        practices on state, county, and private 
        lands to regenerate and protect 
        Minnesota's white pine.  Up to $280,000 
        of the appropriation in each year may 
        be used by the commissioner to provide 
        50 percent matching funds to implement 
        cultural practices for white pine 
        management on nonindustrial, private 
        forest lands at rates specified in the 
        Minnesota stewardship incentives 
        program manual.  Up to $150,000 of the 
        appropriation in each year may be used 
        by the commissioner to provide funds to 
        implement cultural practices for white 
        pine management on county-administered 
        lands through grant agreements with 
        individual counties, with priorities 
        for areas that experienced wind damage 
        in July 1995.  $40,000 each year is for 
        a study of the natural regeneration 
        process of white pine.  The remainder 
        of the funds in each fiscal year will 
        be available to the commissioner for 
        white pine regeneration and protection 
        on department-administered lands. 
        $150,000 the first year and $150,000 
        the second year are for a grant to the 
        University of Minnesota's College of 
        Natural Resources for research to 
        reduce the impact of blister rust on 
        Minnesota's white pine. 
        The commissioner may contract with and 
        make grants to nonprofit agencies to 
        carry out the purposes, plans, and 
        programs of the office of youth 
        programs, Minnesota conservation corps. 
        $61,000 the first year and $62,000 the 
        second year are for the focus on 
        community forests program, to provide 
        communities with natural resources 
        technical assistance. 
        $225,000 the first year is for grants 
        to local community forest ecosystem 
        health programs.  This appropriation is 
        available until June 30, 2001.  The 
        commissioner of natural resources shall 
        allocate individual grants of up to 
        $25,000 to local communities that match 
        the grants with nonstate money to 
        undertake projects that improve the 
        health of forest ecosystems, including 
        insect and disease suppression 
        programs, community-based forest health 
        education programs, and other 
        arboricultural treatments. 
        $100,000 the first year and $100,000 
        the second year are an increase in the 
        base appropriation for the Minnesota 
        conservation corps program activities.  
        $500,000 each year is for the 
        activities of the forest resources 
        council.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation. 
           Sec. 10.  [CORRECTION 8B.] 1999 S.F. No. 2226, section 6, 
        if enacted, is amended to read:  
        Sec. 6.  BOARD OF WATER AND 
        SOIL RESOURCES                        18,896,000     18,228,000
        $5,480,000 the first year and 
        $5,480,000 the second year are for 
        natural resources block grants to local 
        governments.  Of this amount, $50,000 
        each year is for a grant to the North 
        Shore Management Board, $35,000 each 
        year is for a grant to the St. Louis 
        River Board, $100,000 each year is for 
        a grant to the Minnesota River Basin 
        Joint Powers Board, and $27,000 each 
        year is for a grant to the Southeast 
        Minnesota Resources Board. 
        The board shall reduce the amount of 
        the natural resource block grant to a 
        county by an amount equal to any 
        reduction in the county's general 
        services allocation to a soil and water 
        conservation district from the county's 
        1998 allocation. 
        Grants must be matched with a 
        combination of local cash or in-kind 
        contributions.  The base grant portion 
        related to water planning must be 
        matched by an amount that would be 
        raised by a levy under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 103B.3369.  
        $3,867,000 the first year and 
        $3,867,000 the second year are for 
        grants to soil and water conservation 
        districts for general purposes, 
        nonpoint engineering, and for 
        implementation of the RIM conservation 
        reserve program.  Upon approval of the 
        board, expenditures may be made from 
        these appropriations for supplies and 
        services benefiting soil and water 
        conservation districts. 
        $4,120,000 the first year and 
        $4,120,000 the second year are for 
        grants to soil and water conservation 
        districts for cost-sharing contracts 
        for erosion control and water quality 
        management.  Of this amount, $32,000 
        the first year is for a grant to the 
        Blue Earth county soil and water 
        conservation districts for stream bank 
        stabilization on the LeSueur river 
        within the city limits of St. Clair; 
        and at least $1,500,000 the first year 
        and $1,500,000 the second year are for 
        grants for cost-sharing contracts for 
        water quality management on feedlots.  
        Priority must be given to feedlot 
        operators who have received notices of 
        violation and for feedlots in counties 
        that are conducting or have completed a 
        level 2 or level 3 feedlot inventory.  
        This appropriation is available until 
        expended.  If the appropriation in 
        either year is insufficient, the 
        appropriation in the other year is 
        available for it. 
        $100,000 the first year and $100,000 
        the second year are for a grant to the 
        Red river basin board to develop a Red 
        river basin water management plan and 
        to coordinate water management 
        activities in the states and provinces 
        bordering the Red river.  This 
        appropriation is only available to the 
        extent it is matched by a proportionate 
        amount in United States currency from 
        the states of North Dakota and South 
        Dakota and the province of Manitoba.  
        The unencumbered balance in the first 
        year does not cancel but is available 
        for the second year.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation. 
        $189,000 the first year and $189,000 
        the second year are for grants to 
        watershed districts and other local 
        units of government in the southern 
        Minnesota river basin study area 2 for 
        floodplain management.  If the 
        appropriation in either year is 
        insufficient, the appropriation in the 
        other year is available for it. 
        $1,203,000 the first year and $450,000 
        the second year are for the 
        administrative costs of easement and 
        grant programs. 
        Any unencumbered balance in the board's 
        program of grants does not cancel at 
        the end of the first year and is 
        available for the second year for the 
        same grant program.  If the 
        appropriation in either year is 
        insufficient, the appropriation for the 
        other year is available for it. 
           Sec. 11.  [CORRRECTION 8C.] Minnesota Statutes 1998, 
        section 97A.075, subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
           Subdivision 1.  [DEER AND BEAR LICENSES.] (a) For purposes 
        of this subdivision, "deer license" means a license issued under 
        section 97A.475, subdivisions 2, clauses (4), (5), and (9), and 
        3, clauses (2), (3), and (7), and licenses issued under section 
        97B.301, subdivision 4.  
           (b) At least $2 from each deer license shall be used for 
        deer habitat improvement or deer management programs.  
           (c) At least $1 from each deer license and each bear 
        license shall be used for deer and bear management programs, 
        including a computerized licensing system.  Fifty cents from 
        each deer license is appropriated for emergency deer feeding.  
        Money appropriated for emergency deer feeding is available until 
        expended.  When the unencumbered balance in the appropriation 
        for emergency deer feeding at the end of a fiscal year exceeds 
        $750,000 $1,500,000 for the first time, $750,000 is canceled to 
        the unappropriated balance of the game and fish fund and the 
        amount appropriated for emergency deer feeding is reduced to 25 
        cents from each deer license.  
           Thereafter, when the unencumbered balance in the 
        appropriation for emergency deer feeding exceeds $1,500,000 at 
        the end of a fiscal year, the unencumbered balance in excess of 
        $1,500,000 is canceled and available for deer and bear 
        management programs and computerized licensing. 
           Sec. 12.  [CORRECTION 9A.] 1999 H.F. No. 2390, article 2, 
        section 81, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 81.  [EFFECTIVE DATES.] 
           Section 48 is effective March 1, 2000. 
           Sections 59, 61, 62, 64, 65, and 79 are effective the day 
        following final enactment.  
           Section 67 is effective June 30, 1999. 
           Section 80, paragraph (a), is effective July 1, 1999. 
           Section 80, paragraph paragraphs (b) and (c), is are 
        effective July 1, 2000. 
           Section 80, paragraph (c), is effective July 1, 2001. 
           Sec. 13.  [CORRECTION 9B.] 1999 H.F. No. 2390, article 1, 
        section 2, subdivision 2, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 2.  Business and Community 
        Development                            38,488,000    28,186,000
                      Summary by Fund
        General             25,338,000     15,486,000
        TANF                 1,500,000      1,500,000
        Environmental Fund     700,000        700,000
        Workforce 
        Development Fund    10,950,000     10,500,000
        $5,017,000 the first year and 
        $4,017,000 the second year are for 
        Minnesota investment fund grants.  Of 
        this amount, $1,000,000 in the first 
        year is a one-time appropriation and is 
        not added to the agency's budget base. 
        $400,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to Advantage Minnesota, 
        Inc.  The funds are available only if 
        matched on at least a dollar-for-dollar 
        basis from other sources.  The 
        commissioner may release the funds only 
        upon: 
        (1) certification that matching funds 
        from each participating organization 
        are available; and 
        (2) review and approval by the 
        commissioner of the proposed operations 
        plan of Advantage Minnesota, Inc. for 
        the biennium. 
        $14,067,000 the first year and 
        $14,073,000 the second year are for the 
        job skills partnership program.  If the 
        appropriation for either year is 
        insufficient, the appropriation for the 
        other year is available.  Of this 
        appropriation, $10,000,000 in each year 
        is a one-time appropriation from the 
        workforce development fund.  It is the 
        intention of the legislature that this 
        program base funding be $5,931,000 per 
        year in the 2002-2003 biennium.  This 
        appropriation does not cancel.  
        $500,000 the first year and $500,000 
        the second year are one-time 
        appropriations from the workforce 
        development fund for the pathways 
        program. 
        $1,500,000 the first year and 
        $1,500,000 the second year are 
        appropriated from the state's federal 
        TANF block grant under Title I of 
        Public Law Number 104-193 to the 
        commissioner of human services, to be 
        transferred to the commissioner of 
        trade and economic development for the 
        pathways program under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 116L.04, subdivision 
        1a.  It is the intention of the 
        legislature that the general fund base 
        funding to the pathways program be 
        $1,500,000 per year in the 2002-2003 
        biennium. 
        $500,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the city of Fridley 
        for costs of the design and 
        construction of infrastructure 
        improvements required by a large 
        business campus development in the 
        Moore lakes area of the city. 
        $551,000 the first year and $565,000 
        the second year are from fees collected 
        under Minnesota Statutes, section 
        446A.04, subdivision 5, to administer 
        the programs of the public facilities 
        authority. 
        $500,000 in the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the community 
        resources program under Minnesota 
        Statutes, chapter 466A. 
        $200,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the board of the 
        rural policy and development center for 
        operation of the center.  This 
        appropriation is available as matched 
        in cash on a dollar-for-dollar basis 
        from nonstate sources. 
        $155,000 the first year and $155,000 
        the second year are for grants to the 
        metropolitan economic development 
        association.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation and is not added to the 
        agency's budget base. 
        $265,000 the first year and $265,000 
        the second year are for one-time grants 
        to WomenVenture.  WomenVenture must 
        implement a program to encourage and 
        assist women to enter nontraditional 
        careers in the trades and technical 
        occupations.  The program shall consist 
        of outreach to women and girls and 
        training, job placement, and job 
        retention support that meet women's 
        specific needs.  The program must be 
        accessible to low-income working 
        mothers, including MFIP recipients. 
        $450,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the St. Paul 
        rehabilitation center for its current 
        programs, including those related to 
        developing job-seeking skills and 
        workplace orientation, intensive job 
        development, functional work English, 
        and on-site job coaching.  This 
        appropriation is from the workforce 
        development fund. 
        $250,000 is for a grant to the city of 
        Windom to provide loans to assist an 
        expanding business.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation and is not added to the 
        agency's budget base. 
        $350,000 is for the biennium ending 
        June 30, 2001, for a grant to the Camp 
        Heartland center.  The grant may be 
        used for phase II capital expenditures 
        including, without limitation, a septic 
        system upgrade and bath/shower house 
        construction, construction of a family 
        lodge, renovation of a medical 
        facility, construction of staff housing 
        and offices, or expansion and upgrade 
        of the dining room and kitchen.  This 
        is a one-time appropriation and is not 
        added to the agency's budget base.  
        $4,800,000 the first year and 
        $2,800,000 the second year are for 
        purposes of the contamination cleanup 
        and development grant program under 
        Minnesota Statutes, sections 116J.551 
        to 116J.558.  Of this appropriation, 
        $2,000,000 is a one-time appropriation 
        and is not added to the agency's budget 
        base. 
        $75,000 is for a grant to the city of 
        Lake Benton for planning costs 
        associated with a new visitor center 
        and railroad depot building.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation and is not added 
        to the agency's budget base. 
        $220,000 the first year and $220,000 
        the second year are for microenterprise 
        technical assistance under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 116J.8745.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation and is not added 
        to the agency's budget base. 
        $50,000 in 2000 is for a grant to the 
        Chatfield brass band music lending 
        library.  The money must be used for 
        computer hardware and software to 
        catalog the music collection and create 
        a Web site.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation and must not be added to 
        the agency's budget base. 
        $50,000 in fiscal year 2000 is for a 
        one-time grant to the Duluth Economic 
        Development Authority for the purchase 
        and installation of railroad ties to 
        improve the Lake Superior Mississippi 
        Railroad scenic railway along the St. 
        Louis Bay in Duluth. 
        $100,000 is appropriated for a grant to 
        the city of Lanesboro for 
        predevelopment costs for the Root River 
        Regional Arts Center.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation and is not added 
        to the agency's budget base. 
        $50,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to county and district 
        agricultural societies and associations 
        that are eligible to receive aid under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 38.02.  The 
        commissioner shall administer this 
        appropriation pursuant to a need-based 
        competitive grant process. 
        $216,000 in the first year is for 
        one-time rural job creation grants 
        under Minnesota Statutes, section 
        469.309. 
        $450,000 is for a grant to the city of 
        Duluth to support the development of 
        the Duluth Technology Village.  The 
        grant shall be used to establish 
        international partnerships, attract 
        software businesses, recruit and train 
        workers for the software industry, and 
        support a software business incubator 
        facility.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation and is not part of the 
        agency base budget.  This appropriation 
        is not available unless matched by 
        nonstate money. 
        $150,000 the first year is for a grant 
        to the suburban Hennepin regional park 
        district for restoration of the Grimm 
        farmstead. 
        $150,000 in the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the city of Ely for 
        rehabilitation of the Ely technical 
        building.  
        $50,000 in the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the Highland Park 
        district council for the enhancement of 
        the West Seventh Street/Gateway area, 
        which serves as a major transportation 
        and commercial corridor for visitors 
        from the Minneapolis-St. Paul 
        International Airport, Mall of America, 
        and other destinations.  The 
        appropriation may be used to make 
        improvements to the public right-of-way 
        including, but not limited to, 
        landscaping, lighting, signage, and 
        roadway improvements.  This 
        appropriation must be matched 
        one-for-one by nonstate funds. 
        $3,000,000 in the first year is for the 
        redevelopment account under Minnesota 
        Statutes, sections 116J.561 to 
        116J.567.  The appropriation is 
        available for the biennium ending June 
        30, 2001.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation and is not added to the 
        agency's budget base. 
        $75,000 in the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to Perham Business 
        Technology Center to equip the training 
        center with interactive television and 
        for program funds to implement the 
        business plan. 
        $300,000 in the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the city of Owatonna 
        for city infrastructure improvements. 
           Sec. 14.  [CORRECTION 9C.] 1999 H.F. No. 2390, article 1, 
        section 2, subdivision 4, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 4.  Tourism 
            10,805,000     10,910,000
                      Summary by Fund
        General              10,060,000    10,144,000
        Trunk Highway           745,000       766,000
        To develop maximum private sector 
        involvement in tourism, $3,500,000 the 
        first year and $3,500,000 the second 
        year of the amounts appropriated for 
        marketing activities are contingent on 
        receipt of an equal contribution from 
        nonstate sources that have been 
        certified by the commissioner.  Up to 
        one-half of the match may be given in 
        in-kind contributions.  
        In order to maximize marketing grant 
        benefits, the commissioner must give 
        priority for joint venture marketing 
        grants to organizations with year-round 
        sustained tourism activities.  For 
        programs and projects submitted, the 
        commissioner must give priority to 
        those that encompass two or more areas 
        or that attract nonresident travelers 
        to the state. 
        If an appropriation for either year for 
        grants is not sufficient, the 
        appropriation for the other year is 
        available for it. 
        The commissioner may use grant dollars 
        or the value of in-kind services to 
        provide the state contribution for the 
        partnership program. 
        Any unexpended money from general fund 
        appropriations made under this 
        subdivision does not cancel but must be 
        placed in a special advertising account 
        for use by the office of tourism to 
        purchase additional media. 
        This appropriation may be used for a 
        grant to Minnesota Festivals and Events 
        Association for the following purposes: 
        (1) for a partnership with the 
        University of Minnesota's tourism 
        center to build the methodology for a 
        low-cost economic impact model that 
        will allow festival and event managers 
        to conduct research independently in 
        their own communities; 
        (2) to promote regional workshops to 
        increase production value and 
        professionalism for events in the 
        state, increase event service and 
        entertainment value for local 
        residents, build community awareness of 
        opportunities to generate new tourism, 
        and assure production of high quality, 
        safe, and meaningful tourism products 
        that are in line with the vision, 
        mission, and growth goals of individual 
        towns and cities in Minnesota; 
        (3) for a partnership with the 
        University of Minnesota's tourism 
        center to enhance professionalism via 
        its certified festival manager program, 
        training event managers and volunteer 
        staff to implement value-added 
        festivals and events for visitors to 
        the state; 
        (4) for a partnership with the 
        Minnesota office of tourism to publish 
        a pull-out mini-magazine advertising 
        the statewide festivals and events 
        calendar for the year; and 
        (5) to expand the Minnesota Festivals 
        and Events Association website, to 
        provide travel planners with more 
        festival and event intensive links to 
        communities hosting such activities. 
        $250,000 in the first year is for a 
        one-time grant for the purpose of the 
        Upper Red Lake business loan program.  
        $829,000 the first year and $829,000 
        the second year are for the Minnesota 
        film board.  $329,000 of this 
        appropriation in each year is available 
        only upon receipt by the board of $1 in 
        matching contributions of money or 
        in-kind from nonstate sources for every 
        $3 provided by this appropriation.  Of 
        this amount, $500,000 the first year 
        and $500,000 the second year are for 
        grants to the Minnesota film board for 
        a film production jobs fund to 
        stimulate feature film production in 
        Minnesota.  This appropriation is to 
        reimburse film producers for two to 
        five percent of documented wages which 
        they paid to Minnesotans for film 
        production after January 1, 1999. 
        $100,000 the first year is for a grant 
        to promote tourism in the Mille Lacs 
        area.  This is a one-time appropriation 
        and is not added to the agency's budget 
        base. 
        $100,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to promote tourism in 
        the areas near the northern border of 
        Minnesota, including the Northwest 
        Angle. 
        $37,000 the first year is for 
        a one-time grant to the Mississippi 
        River parkway commission. 
           Sec. 15.  [CORRECTION 10A.] 1999 H.F. No. 2390, article 1, 
        section 4, subdivision 4, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 4.  Workforce Preparation 
            17,273,000     11,718,000
                      Summary by Fund
        General              11,221,000    10,666,000
        Workforce
        Development Fund      6,052,000     1,052,000
        $775,000 the first year and $775,000 
        the second year are for job training 
        programs under Minnesota Statutes, 
        sections 268.60 to 268.64.  This 
        appropriation is from the workforce 
        development fund.  
        $2,049,000 the first year and 
        $2,054,000 the second year are for 
        displaced homemaker programs under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 268.96.  Of 
        this appropriation, $227,000 each year 
        is a one-time appropriation from the 
        workforce development fund.  The 
        commissioner shall prepare and report 
        to the legislature a plan for a sliding 
        scale fee structure for this program. 
        Of this amount, $100,000 the first year 
        and $100,000 the second year are for 
        one-time grants to the St. Paul 
        district 5 planning council.  These 
        grants are to operate a community work 
        empowerment support group demonstration 
        project.  A project consists of 
        empowerment groups of individuals that 
        are in the process of obtaining or have 
        obtained jobs, including those in the 
        welfare-to-work programs, or are 
        working out problems of attaining 
        self-sufficiency.  The groups must 
        separately meet at least monthly for at 
        least two hours.  Each group meeting 
        must include empower mentors whose 
        responsibility will be to conduct the 
        meeting.  The sites will report to the 
        commissioner on a semiannual basis 
        regarding the progress achieved at the 
        meetings.  The purpose of the group is 
        to: 
        (1) share information among group 
        members as to the successes and 
        problems encountered in the 
        individual's employment goals; 
        (2) provide a forum for individuals 
        involved in moving to self-sufficiency 
        to share their experiences and 
        strategies and to support and empower 
        each other; and 
        (3) to provide feedback to the 
        commissioner concerning the best 
        strategies to achieve the empowerment 
        support group's objectives. 
        $5,000,000 the first year is a one-time 
        appropriation from the workforce 
        development fund to match available 
        United States Department of Labor 
        Welfare-to-Work funds.  The 
        commissioner shall explore sources of 
        noncash match for these funds.  To the 
        extent this appropriation is not needed 
        for these purposes, the balance is 
        available for the Welfare-to-Work 
        program.  
        $1,425,000 the first year and 
        $1,425,000 the second year are for 
        youth intervention programs under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 268.30.  
        Funding from this appropriation may be 
        used to expand existing programs to 
        serve unmet needs and to create new 
        programs in underserved areas.  Of this 
        appropriation, $3,750 is for a grant to 
        the Minnesota Youth Intervention 
        Programs Association (YIPA) to provide 
        collaborative training and technical 
        assistance to community-based grantees 
        of the program. 
        $851,000 the first year and $852,000 
        the second year are for the Youthbuild 
        program under Minnesota Statutes, 
        sections 268.361 to 268.366.  Of this 
        amount, $100,000 in the first year and 
        $100,000 in the second year are 
        one-time appropriations from the 
        workforce development general fund for 
        the YOUTHBUILD technical program under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 268.368.  A 
        Minnesota YOUTHBUILD program funded 
        under this section as authorized in 
        Minnesota Statutes, sections 268.361 to 
        268.367, qualifies as an approved 
        training program under Minnesota Rules, 
        part 5200.0930, subpart 1. 
        $116,000 the first year and $116,000 
        the second year are appropriated for 
        youth violence prevention programs to 
        match the federal juvenile 
        accountability incentive block grant.  
        This is a one-time appropriation. 
        Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 268.022, subdivision 2, the 
        commissioner of finance shall transfer 
        to the general fund from the dedicated 
        fund on June 25, 1999, $29,000,000 of 
        the money collected through the special 
        assessment established in Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 268.022, subdivision 
        1.  This paragraph is effective the day 
        following final enactment. 
        $572,000 in the first year is for 
        enterprise zone incentive grants under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 469.305. 
           Sec. 16.  [CORRECTION 10B.] 1999 H.F. No. 2390, article 1, 
        section 17, subdivision 1, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Sec. 17.  MINNESOTA HISTORICAL 
        SOCIETY 
        Subdivision 1.  Total       
        Appropriation                         24,934,000     27,794,000
                                                             24,794,000 
        The amounts that may be spent from this 
        appropriation for each program are 
        specified in the following subdivisions.
           Sec. 17.  [CORRECTION 11A.] 1999 S.F. No. 2221, article 1, 
        section 2, subdivision 4, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 4.  State Court Administration 
            13,498,000     12,595,000
        $1,500,000 the first year and 
        $1,500,000 the second year are to begin 
        development and implementation of the 
        infrastructure for a coordinated and 
        integrated statewide criminal and 
        juvenile justice information system; 
        and for implementation of the judicial 
        branch justice information network.  
        This appropriation must be included in 
        the budget base for the 2002-2003 
        biennium. 
        $50,000 the first year and $50,000 the 
        second year are for a grant writer. 
        $25,000 the first year and $25,000 the 
        second year are for court document 
        translation costs. 
        $1,000,000 the first year is for 
        regional adult detention facility 
        construction planning grants under 
        article 2, section 22.  Of this amount, 
        $200,000 is for a grant to plan, 
        develop, and issue a request for 
        proposals for the construction and 
        operation of a regional adult detention 
        facility by a private vendor.  This is 
        a one-time appropriation. 
        $150,000 the first year and $150,000 
        the second year are for the state's 
        share of the costs associated with the 
        precommitment detention of persons as 
        described in Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 253B.185, subdivision 5.  This 
        is a one-time appropriation. 
        The appropriation in Laws 1998, chapter 
        367, article 1, section 2, subdivision 
        4, for the parental cooperation task 
        force is available until expended. 
        $75,000 each year is transferred from 
        the base amount to the Center for Crime 
        Victim Services to operate the 
        mediation programs for crime victims 
        and offenders under Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 611A.77. 
           Sec. 18.  [CORRECTION 11B.] 1999 S.F. No. 2221, article 1, 
        section 7, subdivision 6, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 6.  Law Enforcement and Community Grants
            10,290,000      7,583,000 
        $1,000,000 the first year is for grants 
        to pay the costs of developing or 
        implementing a criminal justice 
        information integration plan as 
        described in Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 299C.65, subdivision 6 or 7.  
        The commissioner shall make a minimum 
        of two grants from this appropriation. 
        This is a one-time appropriation. 
        The commissioner of public safety shall 
        consider using a portion of federal 
        Byrne grant funds for costs related to 
        developing or implementing a criminal 
        justice information system integration 
        plan as described in Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 299C.65, subdivision 
        6 or 7. 
        $400,000 the first year is for a grant 
        to the city of Marshall to construct, 
        furnish, and equip a regional emergency 
        response training center.  The balance, 
        if any, does not cancel but is 
        available for the fiscal year ending 
        June 30, 2001. 
        $10,000 the first year is for the 
        commissioner of public safety to 
        reconvene the task force that developed 
        the statewide master plan for fire and 
        law enforcement training facilities 
        under Laws 1998, chapter 404, section 
        21, subdivision 3, for the purpose of 
        developing specific recommendations 
        concerning the siting, financing and 
        use of these training facilities.  The 
        commissioner's report shall include 
        detailed recommendations concerning the 
        following issues: 
        (1) the specific cities, counties, or 
        regions of the state where training 
        facilities should be located; 
        (2) the reasons why a training facility 
        should be sited in the recommended 
        location, including a description of 
        the public safety training needs in 
        that part of the state; 
        (3) the extent to which neighboring 
        cities and counties should be required 
        to collaborate in funding and operating 
        the recommended training facilities; 
        (4) an appropriate amount for a local 
        funding match (up to 50 percent) for 
        cities and counties using the training 
        facility to contribute in money or 
        other resources to build, expand, or 
        operate the facility; 
        (5) the feasibility of providing 
        training at one or more of the 
        recommended facilities for both law 
        enforcement and fire safety personnel; 
        (6) whether the regional or statewide 
        need for increased public safety 
        training resources can be met through 
        the expansion of existing training 
        facilities rather than the creation of 
        new facilities and, if so, which 
        facilities should be expanded; and 
        (7) any other issues the task force 
        deems relevant. 
        By January 15, 2000, the commissioner 
        shall submit the report to the chairs 
        and ranking minority members of the 
        house and senate committees and 
        divisions with jurisdiction over 
        capital investment issues and criminal 
        justice funding and policy. 
        $746,000 the first year and $766,000 
        the second year are for personnel and 
        administrative costs for the criminal 
        gang oversight council and strike force 
        described in Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 299A.64. 
        $1,171,000 the first year and 
        $2,412,000 the second year are for the 
        grants authorized under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 299A.66, subdivisions 
        1 and 2.  Of this appropriation, 
        $1,595,000 each year shall be included 
        in the 2002-2003 biennial base budget. 
        By January 15, 2000, the criminal gang 
        oversight council shall submit a report 
        to the chairs and ranking minority 
        members of the senate and house 
        committees and divisions with 
        jurisdiction over criminal justice 
        funding and policy describing the 
        following: 
        (1) the types of crimes on which the 
        oversight council and strike force have 
        primarily focused their investigative 
        efforts since their inception; 
        (2) a detailed accounting of how the 
        oversight council and strike force have 
        spent all funds and donations they have 
        received since their inception, 
        including donations of goods and 
        services; 
        (3) the extent to which the activities 
        of the oversight council and strike 
        force overlap or duplicate the 
        activities of the fugitive task force 
        or the activities of any federal, 
        state, or local task forces that 
        investigate interjurisdictional 
        criminal activity; and 
        (4) the long-term goals that the 
        criminal gang oversight council and 
        strike force hope to achieve. 
        The commissioner of public safety shall 
        consider using a portion of federal 
        Byrne grant funds for criminal gang 
        prevention and intervention activities 
        to (1) help gang members separate 
        themselves, or remain separated, from 
        gangs; and (2) prevent individuals from 
        becoming affiliated with gangs. 
        $50,000 the first year is for a grant 
        to the Minnesota Safety Council to 
        continue the crosswalk safety awareness 
        campaign.  The Minnesota Safety Council 
        shall work with the department of 
        transportation to develop a long range 
        plan to continue the crosswalk safety 
        awareness campaign. 
        $500,000 the first year is for grants 
        under Minnesota Statutes, section 
        299A.62, subdivision 1. These grants 
        shall be distributed as provided in 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 299A.62, 
        subdivision 2.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation. 
        Up to $30,000 of the appropriation for 
        grants under Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 299A.62, is for grants to 
        requesting local law enforcement 
        agencies to purchase dogs trained to 
        detect or locate controlled substances 
        by scent.  Grants are limited to one 
        dog per county. 
        $500,000 the first year is a one-time 
        appropriation for a grant to the Ramsey 
        county attorney's office to establish 
        and fund the domestic assault and child 
        abuse prosecution unit.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation. 
        $50,000 the first year and $50,000 the 
        second year are for grants to the 
        northwest Hennepin human services 
        council to administer the northwest 
        community law enforcement project, to 
        be available until June 30, 2001.  This 
        is a one-time appropriation. 
        $30,000 the first year is to assist 
        volunteer ambulance services, licensed 
        under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 144E, 
        in purchasing automatic external 
        defibrillators.  Ambulance services are 
        eligible for a grant under this 
        provision if they do not already 
        possess an automatic external 
        defibrillator and if they provide a 25 
        percent match in nonstate funds.  This 
        is a one-time appropriation. 
        $50,000 the first year and $50,000 the 
        second year are for grants under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 119A.31, 
        subdivision 1, clause (12), to 
        organizations that focus on 
        intervention and prevention of teenage 
        prostitution. 
        The commissioner of public safety shall 
        administer a program to distribute tire 
        deflators to local or state law 
        enforcement agencies selected by the 
        commissioner of public safety and to 
        distribute or otherwise make available 
        a computer-controlled driving simulator 
        to local or state law enforcement 
        agencies or POST-certified skills 
        programs selected by the commissioner 
        of public safety. 
        Before any decisions are made on which 
        law enforcement agencies will receive 
        tire deflators or the driving 
        simulator, a committee consisting of a 
        representative from the Minnesota 
        chiefs of police association, a 
        representative from the Minnesota 
        sheriffs association, a representative 
        from the state patrol, and a 
        representative from the Minnesota 
        police and peace officers association 
        shall evaluate the applications.  The 
        commissioner shall consult with the 
        committee concerning its evaluation and 
        recommendations on distribution 
        proposals prior to making a final 
        decision on distribution.  
        Law enforcement agencies that receive 
        tire deflators under this section 
        must:  (i) provide any necessary 
        training to their employees concerning 
        use of the tire deflators; (ii) compile 
        statistics on use of the tire deflators 
        and the results; (iii) provide a 
        one-to-one match in nonstate funds; and 
        (iv) report this information to the 
        commissioner as required. 
        Law enforcement agencies or 
        POST-certified skills programs that 
        receive a computer-controlled driving 
        simulator under this section must: 
        (1) provide necessary training to their 
        employees in emergency vehicle 
        operations and in the conduct of police 
        pursuits; 
        (2) provide a five-year plan for 
        maintaining the hardware necessary to 
        operate the driving simulator; 
        (3) provide a five-year plan to update 
        software necessary to operate the 
        driving simulator; 
        (4) provide a plan to make the driving 
        simulator available at a reasonable 
        cost and with reasonable availability 
        to other law enforcement agencies to 
        train their officers; and 
        (5) provide an estimate of the 
        availability of the driving simulator 
        for use by other law enforcement 
        agencies. 
        By January 15, 2001, the commissioner 
        shall report to the chairs and ranking 
        minority members of the house and 
        senate committees and divisions having 
        jurisdiction over criminal justice 
        matters on the tire deflators and the 
        driving simulator distributed under 
        this section. 
        $285,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the city of 
        Minneapolis to implement a coordinated 
        criminal justice system response to the 
        CODEFOR (Computer Optimized 
        Development-Focus on Results) law 
        enforcement strategy.  This 
        appropriation is available until 
        expended. 
        $795,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to Hennepin county to 
        implement a coordinated criminal 
        justice system response to the CODEFOR 
        (Computer Optimized Development-Focus 
        on Results) law enforcement strategy.  
        This appropriation is available until 
        expended. 
        $420,000 the first year is for a 
        one-time grant to the fourth judicial 
        district public defender's office to 
        accommodate the CODEFOR (Computer 
        Optimized Development-Focus on Results) 
        law enforcement strategy.  This 
        appropriation is available until 
        expended. 
        $150,000 the first year and $150,000 
        the second year are for weed and seed 
        grants under Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 299A.63.  Money not expended 
        the first year is available for grants 
        during the second year.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation. 
        $200,000 each year is a one-time 
        appropriation for a grant to the center 
        for reducing rural violence to continue 
        the technical assistance and related 
        rural violence prevention services the 
        center offers to rural communities.  
        $500,000 the first year and $500,000 
        the second year are to operate the 
        weekend camp program at Camp Ripley 
        described in Laws 1997, chapter 239, 
        article 1, section 12, subdivision 3, 
        as amended by Laws 1998, chapter 367, 
        article 10, section 13.  The powers and 
        duties of the department of corrections 
        with respect to the weekend program are 
        transferred to the department of public 
        safety under Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 15.039.  The commissioner shall 
        attempt to expand the program to serve 
        500 juveniles per year within this 
        appropriation. 
        An additional $125,000 the first year 
        and $125,000 the second year are for 
        the weekend camp program at Camp Ripley.
        $500,000 the first year and $500,000 
        the second year are for Asian-American 
        juvenile crime intervention and 
        prevention grants under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 256.486.  The powers 
        and duties of the department of human 
        services, with respect to that program, 
        are transferred to the department of 
        public safety under Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 15.039.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation. 
           Sec. 19.  [CORRECTION 11C.] 1999 S.F. No. 2221, article 1, 
        section 8, subdivision 3, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 3.  Crime Victims
        Assistance
            11,491,000     29,402,000
        The executive director of the center 
        and the commissioner of human services 
        shall, in consultation with affected 
        parties, report by October 15, 1999, to 
        the governor, the commissioner of 
        finance, and appropriate legislative 
        committee chairs, on a complete plan 
        and legislation necessary for 
        implementation of the transfer of 
        payments to battered women's shelters 
        from the department to the center 
        effective July 1, 2000.  The plan must 
        not exceed funding appropriated for 
        that purpose in fiscal year 2001 and 
        shall assume funding at that same level 
        for the following biennium. 
        $50,000 the first year and $50,000 the 
        second year are for the crime victim 
        emergency fund. 
        $109,000 the second year is for the 
        administration of the battered women's 
        shelter per diem payments. 
        $37,000 the first year and $38,000 the 
        second year are for the pilot project 
        grant program to provide 
        neighborhood-based services to crime 
        victims and witnesses described in 
        article 2, section 23.  This 
        appropriation must be used by the grant 
        recipient to begin offering services in 
        new locations.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation. 
        $103,000 the first year and $103,000 
        the second year are for grants under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 611A.32, to 
        an existing battered women's shelter in 
        the city of Bloomington. 
        $103,000 the first year and $103,000 
        the second year are for grants under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 611A.32, to 
        an American Indian battered women's 
        shelter in the city of Duluth. 
        $50,000 the first year is for a grant 
        to the Minnesota state colleges and 
        universities board to be used by the 
        center for applied research and policy 
        analysis at Metropolitan state 
        university to conduct a research 
        project to assess violence in the 
        Asian-Pacific communities and improve 
        data collection practices of mainstream 
        systems and institutions that work with 
        Asian-Pacific communities.  By March 1, 
        2000, the center shall report the 
        results of the study to the chairs and 
        ranking minority members of the senate 
        and house committees and divisions 
        having jurisdiction over criminal 
        justice policy and funding. 
        $143,000 the first year is for grants 
        to the family violence coordinating 
        council in the fourth judicial district 
        for the development of a plan and the 
        evaluation and report by the domestic 
        fatality review team under article 2, 
        section 27.  This appropriation is 
        available until expended. 
        $300,000 the first year and $300,000 
        the second year shall be used to award 
        a grant for the residential program for 
        women leaving prostitution described in 
        article 2, section 25.  This is a 
        one-time appropriation. 
        $30,000 the first year and $30,000 the 
        second year are for grants to the city 
        of St. Paul to provide support services 
        to the surviving family members of 
        homicide, suicide, and accidental death 
        victims.  This is a one-time 
        appropriation. 
        $75,000 the first year and $75,000 the 
        second year are for grants for 
        mediation programs for crime victims 
        and offenders under Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 611A.77.  The powers and duties 
        of the supreme court, with respect to 
        the program, are transferred to the 
        center for crime victim services under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 15.039.  
        However, notwithstanding Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 15.039, subdivision 
        7, no positions are transferred. 
           Sec. 20.  [CORRECTION 11D.] 1999 S.F. No. 2221, article 1, 
        section 18, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Sec. 18.  AUTOMOBILE THEFT PREVENTION 
        BOARD                                  2,277,000      1,886,000 
        This appropriation is from the 
        automobile theft prevention account in 
        the special revenue fund. 
        Of this appropriation, up to $400,000 
        the first year is transferred to the 
        commissioner of public safety for the 
        purchase and distribution of tire 
        deflators to local or state law 
        enforcement agencies and for the 
        purchase of a computer-controlled 
        driving simulator.  Any amount not 
        spent by the commissioner of public 
        safety for this purpose shall be 
        returned to the automobile theft 
        prevention account in the special 
        revenue fund and may be used for other 
        automobile theft prevention activities. 
        The automobile theft prevention board 
        may not spend any money it receives 
        from surcharges in the fiscal year 
        2000-2001 biennium, more than 
        $2,277,000 the first year and 
        $1,886,000 the second year, unless the 
        legislature approves the spending. 
        The executive director of the auto 
        theft prevention board may not sit on 
        the automobile theft prevention board. 
           Sec. 21.  [CORRECTION 12A.] 1999 H. F. No. 2420, article 6, 
        section 2, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 2.  [275.078] [AUTHORIZATION; TAX RATE INCREASE.] 
           On or before October 1, 1999, and each subsequent year, the 
        county auditor shall certify to the governing body of each home 
        rule charter or statutory city with a population greater than 
        500 in the county and to the county board, the following 
        information for the taxing jurisdiction: 
           (1) the taxing jurisdiction's certified levy under section 
        275.08 for the previous year, taxes payable in the current year, 
        excluding any amount levied to pay general obligation bonds, 
        less (i) the areawide portion of the levy under section 276A.06, 
        subdivision 3, or 473F.08, subdivision 3, if any, for taxes 
        payable in the following year; and (ii) the sum of the net tax 
        capacity adjustment amount and the fiscal disparities adjustment 
        amount under section 273.1398, subdivision 2, if any, for aids 
        payable in the following year; 
           (2) the taxing jurisdiction's taxable net tax capacity for 
        the current assessment year, for taxes payable in the following 
        year; and 
           (3) the tax rate obtained by dividing the amount in clause 
        (1) by the amount in clause (2), rounded to the nearest 
        hundredth percent. 
           In order to impose a tax rate for purposes other than to 
        pay general obligation bonds for taxes payable in the following 
        year that is higher than the tax rate certified by the county 
        auditor under clause (3), the governing body of the city with a 
        population greater than 500 or the county board must adopt a 
        resolution, after holding a public hearing, authorizing a higher 
        tax rate and file a copy of the resolution with the county 
        auditor on or before October 20, 1999, and each year 
        thereafter.  A county auditor is prohibited from fixing a tax 
        rate for purposes other than to pay general obligation bonds for 
        taxes payable in the following year that is higher than the rate 
        certified under clause (3) if a resolution has not been filed, 
        unless the higher rate is due solely to a reduction in the 
        taxing jurisdiction's net tax capacity certified under clause 
        (2) resulting from classification changes, exemptions, tax court 
        judgments, or clerical or administrative errors made by the 
        county.  For purposes of this section, "public hearing" 
        includes, but is not limited to, regularly scheduled city 
        council hearings and county board meetings. 
           Sec. 22.  [CORRECTION 12C.] 1999 H.F. No. 2420, article 5, 
        section 18, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 18.  Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 273.13, is 
        amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
           Subd. 24a.  [TRANSIT ZONE PROPERTIES; PERSONAL PROPERTY 
        TAX.] (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 272.02 or 
        any other law to the contrary, a personal property tax is 
        imposed on the leasehold of a tenant of a structure described in 
        subdivision 24, paragraph (c), clause (2), item (i)(A) or (i)(C).
           This subdivision does not apply to a structure if either of 
        the following occur: 
           (1) the structure upon initial occupancy is owner-occupied 
        by the entity initially constructing the structure or an 
        affiliated entity; or 
           (2) the structure is leased by a single entity or 
        affiliated entity at the time of initial occupancy. 
           (b) The tax equals the amount obtained by multiplying the 
        sum of the local tax rates by: 
           (1) the estimated market value of the structure multiplied 
        by 
           (2) the square footage of the structure under lease that 
        qualifies under subdivision 24, clause (c)(1), divided by 
           (3) the total square footage of the structure that 
        qualifies under subdivision 24, clause (c)(1), multiplied by 
           (4) the difference between the class rate under subdivision 
        24, paragraph (a), for the second tier and the class rate under 
        subdivision 24, paragraph (c), for the second tier for the 
        qualifying parts of a structure. 
           (c) The tax under this subdivision does not apply to a 
        lease that: 
           (1) was executed before May 1, 1999; 
           (2) was entered according to a binding written agreement 
        executed before May 1, 1999; or 
           (3) is a lease entered under an expansion option contained 
        in a lease or binding written agreement qualifying under clause 
        (1) or (2). 
           (d) The tax imposed under this subdivision is a personal 
        property tax and is imposed on the lessee or tenant and not on 
        the structure or the real property.  The tax is an obligation of 
        the lessee or tenant and must be collected in the manner 
        provided for personal property taxes. 
           (e) The personal property tax applies only to a year in 
        which the leased structure qualifies for the transit zone class 
        rate. 
           Sec. 23.  [126C.23] [ALLOCATION OF GENERAL EDUCATION 
        REVENUE.] 
           Subdivision 1.  [DEFINITIONS.] For the purposes of this 
        section, "building" means education site as defined in section 
        123B.04, subdivision 1.  
           Subd. 2.  [BUILDING ALLOCATION.] A district must initially 
        allocate its general education and referendum revenue to each 
        building in the district where the children who have generated 
        the revenue are served.  General education and referendum 
        revenue generated by students served at sites not owned and 
        operated by the district must be allocated to a separate account 
        to be used for services for pupils who generated the revenue. 
           Subd. 3.  [REALLOCATION FOR EXPENDITURES.] A district may, 
        by board resolution, adjust the initial allocation so as to 
        expend revenue for any purpose including, but not limited to, 
        district services, revenues or other funds established, 
        reallocations among buildings and programs and, separately, the 
        costs of increases in compensation approved by the board for 
        teachers and other employees. 
           Subd. 4.  [SEPARATE ACCOUNTS.] Each district shall maintain 
        separate accounts to identify revenues and expenditures for each 
        building. 
           Subd. 5.  [DATA REPORTING.] Each district must report to 
        the commissioner the estimated amount of general education and 
        referendum initially allocated to each building under 
        subdivision 2 and the amount of any reallocations under 
        subdivision 3 by January 30 of the current fiscal year, and the 
        actual amount of general education and referendum revenue 
        initially allocated to each building under subdivision 2 and the 
        amount of any reallocations under subdivision 3 by January 30 of 
        the next fiscal year. 
           Sec. 24.  [EFFECTIVE DATE.] 
           Unless provided otherwise, each section of this act takes 
        effect at the time the provision being corrected takes effect. 
           Presented to the governor May 24, 1999 
           Signed by the governor May 25, 1999, 11:47 a.m.