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                            CHAPTER 119-H.F.No. 585 
                  An act relating to capital investment; reducing an 
                  appropriation; making a conforming change; excluding 
                  an authorization for certain kitchen facilities; 
                  amending a match requirement for the Isle Community 
                  Center grant; amending Laws 1998, chapter 404, section 
                  5, subdivision 4. 
        BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
           Section 1.  Laws 1998, chapter 404, section 5, subdivision 
        4, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 4.  Recreation and Community
        Center Grants                                        10,800,000 
                                                             10,500,000 
        (a) Unless otherwise specifically 
        provided, the commissioner may not make 
        a grant from this appropriation until 
        the commissioner has determined that at 
        least an equal amount has been 
        committed to the project from nonstate 
        sources. 
        (b) The commissioner may not make a 
        grant under this subdivision until the 
        commissioner has determined that, if 
        the center will charge a fee for use of 
        the center's facilities, the plan for 
        operating the center includes free or 
        reduced-rate use of the facilities by 
        individuals and families that have a 
        household income at or below 150 
        percent of the federal poverty income 
        guidelines.  
        (c) The commissioner may not make a 
        grant under this subdivision until the 
        commissioner has determined that the 
        recipient has the ability and a plan to 
        fund the program intended for the 
        facility. 
        (d) Dawson-Boyd Educational       
        and Community Center                     1,000,000
        For a grant to independent school 
        district No. 378, Dawson-Boyd, to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip 
        an educational and community center. 
        (e) Detroit Lakes Community
        Center                                   1,500,000
        For a grant to the city of Detroit 
        Lakes to design, construct, furnish, 
        and equip the Detroit Lakes Community 
        Center.  
        (f) Granite Falls Area 
        Multipurpose Community Recreation and 
        Education Center                         1,000,000
        For a grant to the city of Granite 
        Falls to design, construct, furnish, 
        and equip a multipurpose community 
        recreation and education building.  
        (g) Hallett Community
        Center, City of Crosby                     300,000
        For a grant to the city of Crosby to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip 
        the Hallett Community Center.  
        (h) Hastings Municipal Water
        Park                                       500,000
        For a grant to the city of Hastings to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip a 
        municipal water park.  
        (i) Hermantown Community Indoor 
        Sports and Physical Education Complex    1,000,000
        For a grant to independent school 
        district No. 700, Hermantown, to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip a 
        community indoor sports and physical 
        education complex with an indoor track. 
        (j) Isle Community Center                1,000,000 
                                                   700,000
        For a grant to independent school 
        district No. 473, Isle, to convert a 
        school building into a community 
        center.  Programs located at the 
        converted facility must include the 
        alternative education program, early 
        childhood family education programs, 
        centralized school district kitchen 
        facilities, and other community 
        programs.  This appropriation is 
        available on a dollar-for-dollar basis 
        as matching funds are committed from 
        nonstate sources.  
        (k) Lake Crystal Area
        Recreation Center                        1,500,000
        For a grant to the city of Lake Crystal 
        to design, construct, furnish, and 
        equip the Lake Crystal Area Recreation 
        Center. 
        (l) Proctor Community
        Activity Center                          1,000,000
        For a grant to the city of Proctor to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip a 
        city community activity center designed 
        to provide facilities for city 
        government, library, arts, museum, and 
        other public functions.  
        (m) Redwood Valley Multipurpose   
        Education and Community Center           1,000,000
        For a grant to independent school 
        district No. 2758, Redwood Falls, to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip a 
        multipurpose education and community 
        center to be constructed and operated 
        under a joint powers agreement with the 
        city of Redwood Falls.  
        The center must provide:  (1) expanded 
        physical education curriculum for 
        Redwood Valley students; (2) a latchkey 
        program and an after-school program for 
        at-risk youth; (3) expanded healthy 
        lifestyle community education and 
        recreation programs for all age groups 
        in the community; and (4) community 
        conference and meeting facilities.  
        (n) Windom Area Multipurpose 
        Center                                   1,000,000
        For a grant to the city of Windom to 
        design, construct, furnish, and equip a 
        multipurpose center. 
           Sec. 2.  [EFFECTIVE DATE.] 
           Section 1 is effective the day following final enactment. 
           Presented to the governor April 30, 1999 
           Signed by the governor May 4, 1999, 11:17 a.m.