House Study Bill 251 - IntroducedA Bill ForAn Act 1relating to and making appropriations to state
2departments and agencies from the rebuild Iowa
3infrastructure fund and the technology reinvestment fund,
4providing for related matters, and including effective date
5provisions.
6BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:
1DIVISION I
2rebuild iowa infrastructure fund
3   Section 1.  REBUILD IOWA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND —
4APPROPRIATIONS.
  There is appropriated from the rebuild Iowa
5infrastructure fund to the following departments and agencies
6for the following fiscal years, the following amounts, or so
7much thereof as is necessary, to be used for the purposes
8designated:
   91.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
   10FY 2019-2020:
   11For deposit in the routine maintenance fund created in
12section 8A.330:
..................................................  $132,000,000
   142.  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP
   15a.  (1)  For deposit in the water quality initiative fund
16created in section 466B.45 for purposes of supporting the
17water quality initiative administered by the division of soil
18conservation and water quality as provided in section 466B.42,
19including salaries, support, maintenance, and miscellaneous
20purposes, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 5, paragraph
21“c”:
   22FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $235,200,000
   24(2)  (a)  The moneys appropriated in this lettered
25paragraph shall be used to support demonstration projects in
26subwatersheds as designated by the department that are part
27of high-priority watersheds identified by the water resources
28coordinating council.
   29(b)  The moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph
30shall be used to support demonstration projects in watersheds
31generally, including regional watersheds, as designated by the
32division and high-priority watersheds identified by the water
33resources coordinating council.
   34(3)  In supporting projects in watersheds and subwatersheds
35as provided in subparagraph (2), subparagraph divisions (a) and
-1-1(b), all of the following shall apply:
   2(a)  The demonstration projects shall utilize water quality
3practices as described in the latest revision of the document
4entitled “Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy” initially presented
5in November 2012 by the department of agriculture and land
6stewardship, the department of natural resources, and Iowa
7state university of science and technology.
   8(b)  The division shall implement demonstration projects
9as provided in subparagraph division (a) by providing
10for participation by persons who hold a legal interest in
11agricultural land used in farming. To every extent practical,
12the division shall provide for collaborative participation by
13such persons who hold a legal interest in agricultural land
14located within the same subwatershed.
   15(c)  The division shall implement demonstration projects on
16a cost-share basis as determined by the division. Except for
17edge-of-field practices, the state’s share of the amount shall
18not exceed 50 percent of the estimated cost of establishing the
19practice as determined by the division or 50 percent of the
20actual cost of establishing the practice, whichever is less.
   21(d)  The demonstration projects shall be used to educate
22other persons about the feasibility and value of establishing
23similar water quality practices. The division shall promote
24field day events for purposes of allowing interested persons to
25establish water quality practices on their agricultural land.
   26(e)  The division shall conduct water quality evaluations
27within supported subwatersheds. Within a reasonable period
28after accumulating information from such evaluations, the
29division shall create an aggregated database of water quality
30practices. Any information identifying a person holding a
31legal interest in agricultural land or specific agricultural
32land shall be a confidential record.
   33(4)  The moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph
34shall be used to support education and outreach in a manner
35that encourages persons who hold a legal interest in
-2-1agricultural land used for farming to implement water quality
2practices, including the establishment of such practices in
3watersheds generally, and not limited to subwatersheds or
4high-priority watersheds.
   5(5)  The moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph
6may be used to contract with persons to coordinate the
7implementation of efforts provided in this paragraph.
   8(6)  The moneys appropriated in this lettered paragraph
9may be used by the department to support urban soil and water
10conservation efforts, which may include but are not limited
11to management practices related to bioretention, landscaping,
12the use of permeable or pervious pavement, and soil quality
13restoration. The moneys shall be allocated on a cost-share
14basis as provided in chapter 161A.
   15(7)  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the
16contrary, the department may use moneys appropriated in
17this lettered paragraph to carry out the provisions of this
18paragraph on a cost-share basis in combination with other
19moneys available to the department from a state or federal
20source.
   21(8)  Not more than 10 percent of the moneys appropriated in
22this lettered paragraph may be used for costs of administration
23and implementation of the water quality initiative administered
24by the soil conservation division.
   25b.  For deposit in the agricultural drainage well water
26quality assistance fund created in section 460.303 for
27purposes of supporting the agricultural drainage well water
28quality assistance program as provided in section 460.304,
29notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   30FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $311,875,000
   32Not more than 10 percent of the moneys appropriated in this
33lettered paragraph may be used for costs of administration and
34implementation of soil conservation practices.
   35c.  For deposit in the renewable fuels infrastructure fund
-3-1created in section 159A.16 for renewable fuel infrastructure
2programs:
   3FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $43,000,000
   53.  OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
   6For deposit in the connecting Iowa farms, schools, and
7communities broadband grant fund established in section 8B.11
8for a broadband grant program, notwithstanding section 8.57,
9subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   10FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $115,000,000
   124.  DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
   13For a fire suppression system for the sixth judicial
14district community-based corrections residential facility:
   15FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $16150,000
   175.  DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS
   18a.  For deposit in the Iowa great places program fund created
19in section 303.3D for Iowa great places program projects that
20meet the definition of “vertical infrastructure” in section
218.57, subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   22FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $231,000,000
   24b.  For grants to nonprofit organizations committed to
25strengthening communities through youth development, healthy
26living, and social responsibility for costs associated with
27the renovation and maintenance of facility infrastructure at
28facilities located in cities with a population of less than
2928,000 as determined by the 2010 federal decennial census:
   30FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $31250,000
   326.  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
   33a.  For deposit in the community attraction and tourism fund
34created in section 15F.204:
   35FY 2019-2020:
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..................................................  $15,000,000
   2b.  For equal distribution to regional sports authority
3districts certified by the department pursuant to section
415E.321, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 5, paragraph
5“c”:
   6FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $7500,000
   8c.  For administration and support of the world food prize
9including the Borlaug/Ruan scholar program, notwithstanding
10section 8.57, subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   11FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $12300,000
   13d.  For deposit in the vacant state buildings demolition fund
14created in section 15.261:
   15FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $162,000,000
   17FY 2020-2021:
..................................................  $182,000,000
   19FY 2021-2022:
..................................................  $202,000,000
   21e.  For deposit in the vacant state buildings rehabilitation
22fund created in section 15.262, notwithstanding section 8.57,
23subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   24FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $252,000,000
   26FY 2020-2021:
..................................................  $272,000,000
   28FY 2021-2022:
..................................................  $292,000,000
   307.  DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
   31For the renovation and construction of certain nursing
32facilities, consistent with the provisions of chapter 249K:
   33FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $34500,000
   358.  DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
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   1a.  For implementation of lake projects that have
2established watershed improvement initiatives and community
3support in accordance with the department’s annual lake
4restoration plan and report, notwithstanding section 8.57,
5subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   6FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $79,600,000
   8b.  For the administration of a water trails and low head
9dam public hazard statewide plan, including salaries, support,
10maintenance, and miscellaneous purposes, notwithstanding
11section 8.57, subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   12FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $13500,000
   14c.  For state park vertical infrastructure improvements:
   15FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $162,000,000
   179.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENSE
   18a.  For major maintenance projects at national guard
19armories and facilities:
   20FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $211,000,000
   22b.  For improvement projects for Iowa national guard
23installations and readiness centers to support operations and
24training requirements:
   25FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $261,000,000
   27c.  For construction improvement projects at the Camp Dodge
28facility:
   29FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $30250,000
   31d.  The department of public defense shall report to the
32general assembly by December 15, 2019, regarding the projects
33the department has funded, or intends to fund, from moneys
34appropriated to the department pursuant to this subsection for
35the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019.
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   110.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
   2a.  For payments and other costs due under a financing
3agreement entered into by the treasurer of state for building
4the statewide interoperable communications system pursuant to
5section 29C.23, subsection 2, notwithstanding section 8.57,
6subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   7FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $83,719,355
   9b.  For the purchase of a liquid chromatograph,
10notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   11FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $12325,000
   13c.  For the purchase of equipment that can detect the
14presence of explosive material, notwithstanding section 8.57,
15subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   16FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $1729,000
   1811.  BOARD OF REGENTS
   19a.  For allocation by the state board of regents to the
20state university of Iowa, Iowa state university of science
21and technology, and the university of northern Iowa to
22reimburse the institutions for deficiencies in the operating
23funds resulting from the pledging of tuition, student fees
24and charges, and institutional income to finance the cost of
25providing academic and administrative buildings and facilities
26and utility services at the institutions:
   27FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $2828,098,870
   29b.  For the renovation of long hall at the Iowa school for
30the deaf:
   31FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $324,325,000
   3312.  STATE FAIR AUTHORITY
   34a.  For infrastructure costs associated with the remodeling
35of the 4-H building on the state fairgrounds, to include
-7-1reimbursement of infrastructure costs incurred by the authority
2for remodel costs of the facility in the prior fiscal year:
   3FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $41,000,000
   5FY 2020-2021:
..................................................  $64,000,000
   7b.  For costs associated with the state historical building
8task force, notwithstanding section 8.57, subsection 5,
9paragraph “c”:
   10FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $111,000,000
   1213.  DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
   13a.  For acquiring, constructing, and improving recreational
14trails within the state:
   15FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $162,000,000
   17b.  For deposit in the public transit infrastructure grant
18fund created in section 324A.6A, for projects that meet
19the definition of vertical infrastructure in section 8.57,
20subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   21FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $221,500,000
   23c.  For deposit in the railroad revolving loan and grant
24fund created in section 327H.20A, notwithstanding section 8.57,
25subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   26FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $271,500,000
   28d.  For vertical infrastructure improvements at the
29commercial service airports within the state:
   30FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $312,500,000
   32e.  For vertical infrastructure improvements at general
33aviation airports within the state:
   34FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $351,200,000
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   114.  TREASURER OF STATE
   2For distribution in accordance with chapter 174 to qualified
3fairs that belong to the association of Iowa fairs for county
4fair vertical infrastructure improvements:
   5FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $61,060,000
   715.  IOWA VETERANS HOME
   8For replacement of the mechanical and electrical
9distribution systems in various buildings:
   10FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $116,134,840
   1216.  JUDICIAL BRANCH
   13For furniture and equipment for justice centers located in
14counties with a population of less than 400,000 as determined
15by the 2010 federal decennial census, nothwithstanding section
168.57, subsection 5, paragraph “c”:
   17FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $18743,620
19   Sec. 2.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
20specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
21moneys from an appropriation made in this division of this Act
22shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
23the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
24ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
25appropriation is made. However, if the project or projects for
26which such appropriation was made are completed in an earlier
27fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall revert at
28the close of that same fiscal year.
29DIVISION II
30TECHNOLOGY REINVESTMENT FUNd
31   Sec. 3.  TECHNOLOGY REINVESTMENT FUND.  There is
32appropriated from the technology reinvestment fund created in
33section 8.57C to the following departments and agencies for the
34fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019, and ending June 30, 2020,
35the following amounts, or so much thereof as is necessary, to
-9-1be used for the purposes designated:
   21.  OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
   3For the license of software that provides an online,
4real-time performance dashboard that will serve as a single
5source of agency performance measures and results and for
6a single enterprise system to support enterprise content
7management:
..................................................  $81,000,000
   92.  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
   10a.  For the continued development and implementation of an
11educational data warehouse to be utilized by teachers, parents,
12school district administrators, area education agency staff,
13department of education staff, and policymakers:
..................................................  $14600,000
   15The department may allocate a portion of the moneys
16appropriated in this lettered paragraph for an e-transcript
17data system capable of tracking students throughout their
18education via interconnectivity with multiple schools.
   19b.  For maintenance and lease costs associated with
20connections for part III of the Iowa communications network:
..................................................  $212,727,000
   22c.  To the public broadcasting division for the replacement
23of equipment:
..................................................  $24500,000
   253.  DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
   26For the implementation of a statewide mass notification and
27emergency messaging system:
..................................................  $28400,000
   294.  DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
   30a.  For the cost of equipment and computer software for the
31continued development and implementation of Iowa’s criminal
32justice information system:
..................................................  $331,200,000
   34b.  For the costs associated with the justice enterprise data
35warehouse:
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..................................................  $1157,980
   25.  DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
   3For the replacement of the family and children services
4system:
..................................................  $55,525,660
   66.  STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER
   7For technology projects:
..................................................  $850,000
   97.  IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY
   10For technology projects:
..................................................  $1115,000
   128.  DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
   13a.  For the continued development and implementation of
14a searchable database that can be placed on the internet for
15budget and financial information:
..................................................  $1645,000
   17b.  For the continued development and implementation of the
18comprehensive electronic grant management system:
..................................................  $1970,000
   20c.  For the upgrade of the local government budget and
21property tax system:
..................................................  $22120,000
   239.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
   24For the consolidation of the AMANDA database management
25system:
..................................................  $26796,800
   2710.  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
   28a.  For replacement of the lab management system:
..................................................  $29300,000
   30b.  For replacement of a server storage system:
..................................................  $31290,000
   32c.  For evidence management and comparison software:
..................................................  $3380,000
   34d.  For technology upgrades at Iowa state patrol district 16:
..................................................  $35250,000
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   111.  DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
   2For technology projects:
..................................................  $35,000
4   Sec. 4.  REVERSION.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless
5specifically provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated
6moneys from an appropriation made in this division of this Act
7shall not revert but shall remain available for expenditure for
8the purposes designated until the close of the fiscal year that
9ends three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
10appropriation is made. However, if the project or projects for
11which such appropriation was made are completed in an earlier
12fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall revert at
13the close of that same fiscal year.
14DIVISION III
15CHANGES TO PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS
16   Sec. 5.  2014 Iowa Acts, chapter 1136, section 2, as amended
17by 2018 Iowa Acts, chapter 1162, section 8, is amended to read
18as follows:
   19SEC. 2.  REVERSION.
   201.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, for
21purposes of section 8.33, unless specifically provided
22otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated moneys made from an
23appropriation in this division of this Act shall not revert
24but shall remain available for expenditure for the purposes
25designated until the close of the fiscal year that ends
26three years after the end of the fiscal year for which the
27appropriation is made. However, if the project or projects for
28which such appropriation was made are completed in an earlier
29fiscal year, unencumbered or unobligated moneys shall revert at
30the close of that same fiscal year.
   312.  For purposes of section 8.33, unencumbered or
32unobligated moneys from an appropriation in section 1,
33subsection 5, paragraph “c”, in this division of this Act
34shall not revert but shall remain available for the purposes
35designated until the close of the fiscal year that begins July
-12-11, 2018 2020, or until the project for which the appropriation
2was made is completed, whichever is earlier.
3   Sec. 6.  2016 Iowa Acts, chapter 1133, section 2, is amended
4to read as follows:
   5SEC. 2.  REVERSION.
   61.  For Except as provided in subsection 2, for purposes
7of section 8.33, unless specifically provided otherwise,
8unencumbered or unobligated moneys made from an appropriation
9in this division of this Act shall not revert but shall remain
10available for expenditure for the purposes designated until the
11close of the fiscal year that ends three years after the end of
12the fiscal year for which the appropriation is made. However,
13if the project or projects for which such appropriation was
14made are completed in an earlier fiscal year, unencumbered
15or unobligated moneys shall revert at the close of that same
16fiscal year.
   172.  For purposes of section 8.33, unless specifically
18provided otherwise, unencumbered or unobligated moneys
19appropriated and allocated for the costs of major maintenance
20of monuments without dedicated funds available for maintenance
21and restoration, in section 1, subsection 1, in this division
22of this 2016 Act, shall not revert but shall remain available
23for the purpose designated until the close of the fiscal year
24that begins July 1, 2023.
25   Sec. 7.  2018 Iowa Acts, chapter 1162, section 1, subsection
261, is amended to read as follows:
   271.  DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
   28For major maintenance projects:
   29FY 2018-2019:
..................................................  $3024,500,000
   31Of the moneys appropriated in this subsection for the fiscal
32year beginning July 1, 2018, the department shall give priority
33to projects for repair of the roof of the state historical
34building and
is only authorized to expend such amount not to
35exceed $3,300,000 for the costs associated with projects for
-13-1repair of the roof of the state historical building incurred
2prior to the effective date of this division of this Act
.
   3FY 2019-2020:
..................................................  $420,000,000
   5Of the moneys appropriated in this subsection for the fiscal
6year beginning July 1, 2019, the department shall give priority
7to projects for repair of the roof of the state historical
8building and is authorized to expend such amount not to exceed
9$3,300,000 for the costs associated with projects for repair of
10the roof of the state historical building.

   11FY 2020-2021:
..................................................  $1220,000,000
   13FY 2021-2022:
..................................................  $1420,000,000
   15FY 2022-2023:
..................................................  $1620,000,000
17   Sec. 8.  EFFECTIVE DATE.  This division of this Act, being
18deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.
19DIVISION IV
20DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
21   Sec. 9.  Section 8A.321, Code 2019, is amended by adding the
22following new subsection:
23   NEW SUBSECTION.  15.  Prepare an annual report listing any
24state building, as defined in section 8A.318, that is vacant
25and submit the annual report to the legislative services agency
26and the department of management on or before January 15 of
27each year.
28   Sec. 10.  Section 8A.330, subsection 3, Code 2019, is amended
29to read as follows:
   303.  Moneys in the routine maintenance fund are appropriated
31to the department for purposes of routine maintenance projects
32for physical properties under the control of the department
33
 state buildings and facilities. For purposes of this section,
34routine maintenance includes regular upkeep of physical
35properties and recurring, preventive, and ongoing maintenance
-14-1necessary to delay or prevent the failure of physical
2properties.
3DIVISION V
4MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
5   Sec. 11.  Section 602.11101, subsection 1, paragraph e,
6subparagraph (2), Code 2019, is amended to read as follows:
   7(2)  Until July 1, 1986, the county shall remain responsible
8for the compensation of and operating costs for court
9employees not presently designated for state financing and
10for miscellaneous costs of the judicial branch related to
11furnishings, supplies, and equipment purchased, leased, or
12maintained for the use of judicial officers, referees, and
13their staff. Effective July 1, 1986, the state shall assume
14the responsibility for the compensation of and operating costs
15for court employees presently designated for state financing
16and for miscellaneous costs of the judicial branch related to
17furnishings, supplies, and equipment purchased, leased, or
18maintained for the use of judicial officers, referees, and
19their staff. However, the county shall at all times remain
20responsible for the provision of suitable courtrooms, offices,
21and other physical facilities pursuant to section 602.1303,
22subsection 1, including paint, wall covering, and fixtures in
23the facilities. In addition, effective July 1, 2020, if a
24county expends moneys for the renovation or construction of
25suitable courtrooms, offices, and other physical facilities
26pursuant to section 602.1303, that requires the purchase of
27furnishings, supplies, and equipment for the use of judicial
28officers, referees, and their staff as a result of that
29renovation or construction, the cost of the purchase shall not
30be the sole responsibility of the state.

31   Sec. 12.  STATE HISTORICAL BUILDING TASK FORCE.
   321.  A state historical building task force is established
33within the state fair authority. The state fair authority
34shall provide administrative support for the task force.
   352.  The task force shall consist of the following members:
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   1a.  One member appointed by the Iowa state fair board.
   2b.  One member appointed by the Iowa state fair foundation
3established in section 173.22.
   4c.  One member appointed by the director of the department of
5administrative services.
   6d.  One member who is designated by the general assembly as
7the facilities manager for facilities under the control of the
8general assembly.
   9e.  One member appointed by the director of the department of
10cultural affairs.
   11f.  One member appointed by the governor.
   12g.  Four members of the general assembly serving as ex
13officio, nonvoting members, with one representative to be
14appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives, one
15representative to be appointed by the minority leader of the
16house of representatives, one senator to be appointed by the
17majority leader of the senate, and one senator to be appointed
18by the minority leader of the senate.
   193.  The task force shall consider the feasibility, costs,
20and possible options relative to construction of a new state
21historical building museum on the state fairgrounds, to include
22options for relocating the collections stored in the current
23state historical building and creating increased access to the
24collections to Iowans.
   254.  The task force shall provide an interim report to
26the general assembly by December 20, 2019, concerning the
27activities of the task force and shall submit its final report,
28including its findings and recommendations, to the general
29assembly by January 1, 2021.
30DIVISION VI
31VACANT STATE BUILDINGS — FUNDS
32   Sec. 13.  NEW SECTION.  15.261  Vacant state buildings
33demolition fund.
   341.  A vacant state buildings demolition fund is created in
35the state treasury under the control of the authority. The
-16-1fund shall consist of all moneys appropriated to the fund.
   22.  Moneys in the vacant state buildings demolition fund are
3appropriated to the authority for purposes of funding a grant
4program for the demolition of vacant buildings owned by the
5state which are no longer used for a state purpose.
   63.  Notwithstanding section 12C.7, subsection 2, interest
7or earnings on moneys deposited in the vacant state buildings
8demolition fund shall be credited to the vacant state buildings
9demolition fund. Notwithstanding section 8.33, moneys credited
10to the vacant state buildings demolition fund shall not revert
11at the close of a fiscal year.
12   Sec. 14.  NEW SECTION.  15.262  Vacant state buildings
13rehabilitation fund.
   141.  A vacant state buildings rehabilitation fund is created
15in the state treasury under the control of the authority. The
16fund shall consist of all moneys appropriated to the fund.
   172.  Moneys in the vacant state buildings rehabilitation fund
18are appropriated to the authority for purposes of funding a
19loan program for the rehabilitation or redevelopment of vacant
20buildings owned by the state which are no longer used for a
21state purpose.
   223.  Notwithstanding section 12C.7, subsection 2, interest
23or earnings on moneys deposited in the vacant state buildings
24rehabilitation fund shall be credited to the vacant state
25buildings rehabilitation fund. Notwithstanding section 8.33,
26moneys credited to the vacant state buildings rehabilitation
27fund shall not revert at the close of a fiscal year.
28EXPLANATION
29The inclusion of this explanation does not constitute agreement with
30the explanation’s substance by the members of the general assembly.
   31This bill relates to and makes appropriations to state
32departments and agencies from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure
33fund and the technology reinvestment fund, and provides for
34related matters. The bill is organized by divisions.
   35DIVISION I — REBUILD IOWA INFRASTRUCTURE FUND. This
-17-1division appropriates project funding for FY 2019-2020 from
2the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund for projects for the
3departments of administrative services, agriculture and land
4stewardship, corrections, cultural affairs, human services,
5natural resources, public defense, public safety, and
6transportation, and for the office of the chief information
7officer, the board of regents, the treasurer of state,
8Iowa veterans home, and the judicial branch. The division
9appropriates project funding for FY 2019-2020 and FY 2020-2021
10from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund for projects for the
11state fair authority and appropriates project funding from the
12rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund for multiple fiscal years to
13the economic development authority.
   14DIVISION II — TECHNOLOGY REINVESTMENT FUND. This division
15appropriates project funding for FY 2019-2020 from the
16technology reinvestment fund for the departments of education,
17homeland security and emergency management, human rights, human
18services, management, public health, public safety and veterans
19affairs, and for the office of the chief information officer,
20the Iowa law enforcement academy, and state public defender.
   21DIVISION III — CHANGES TO PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS. This
22division makes a change to the reversion provision for moneys
23appropriated to the department of natural resources from the
24rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund in FY 2014-2015. The division
25also makes a change to the reversion provision for moneys
26appropriated from the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund to
27the department of administrative services for the costs of
28major maintenance of monuments in FY 2016-2017. The division
29makes changes to moneys appropriated to the department of
30administrative services for major maintenance projects from
31the rebuild Iowa infrastructure fund in FY 2018-2019 and FY
322019-2020 by eliminating the priority to projects for repair of
33the roof of the state historical building. The division of the
34bill takes effect upon enactment.
   35DIVISION IV — DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
-18-1 Code section 8A.321 is amended to require the director of
2the department of administrative services to prepare an
3annual report of vacant state buildings and to submit the
4report to the legislative services agency and the department
5of management on or before January 15 of each year. Code
6section 8A.330, concerning the routine maintenance fund under
7the control of the department of administrative services, is
8amended to provide that moneys in the fund may be appropriated
9for routine maintenance projects for state buildings and
10facilities and not just physical properties under the control
11of the department.
   12DIVISION V — MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS. Code section
13602.11101, concerning responsibility for county courthouses
14and attendant costs, is amended to provide that, effective
15July 1, 2020, if a county expends moneys for the renovation
16or construction of suitable courtrooms, offices, and other
17physical facilities that requires the purchase of furnishings,
18supplies, and equipment as a result of that renovation or
19construction, the state shall not be solely responsible for the
20cost of the purchase.
   21The bill also establishes a state historical building task
22force within the state fair authority. The bill provides for
23membership on the task force and directs the task force to
24consider the feasibility, costs, and possible options relative
25to construction of a new state historical building museum on
26the state fairgrounds, to include options for relocating the
27collections stored in the current state historical building,
28and to create increased access to the collections to Iowans.
29The bill requires the task force to submit an interim report
30to the general assembly by December 20, 2019, and to submit a
31final report, including its findings and recommendations, to
32the general assembly by January 1, 2021.
   33DIVISION VI — VACANT STATE BUILDINGS — FUNDS. The bill
34creates a vacant state buildings demolition fund in the
35state treasury under the control of the economic development
-19-1authority. Moneys in the vacant state buildings demolition
2fund shall be appropriated to the authority and used for
3purposes of funding a grant program for the demolition of
4buildings owned by the state which are vacant and no longer
5used for a state purpose.
   6The bill also creates a vacant state buildings
7rehabilitation fund in the state treasury under the control of
8the economic development authority. Moneys in the vacant state
9buildings rehabilitation fund shall be appropriated to the
10authority and used for purposes of funding a loan program for
11the rehabilitation or redevelopment of buildings owned by the
12state which are vacant and no longer used for a state purpose.
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