SENATE AMENDED

 

PRIOR PRINTER'S NO. 3267

PRINTER'S NO.  4092

  

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA

  

HOUSE BILL

 

No.

2289

Session of

2010

  

  

INTRODUCED BY D. EVANS, MARCH 5, 2010

  

  

SENATOR CORMAN, APPROPRIATIONS, IN SENATE, RE-REPORTED AS AMENDED, JULY 2, 2010   

  

  

  

AN ACT

  

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Providing for the capital budget for the fiscal year 2010-2011; 

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itemizing public improvement projects, transportation

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assistance projects and redevelopment assistance capital

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projects to be constructed or acquired or assisted by the

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Department of General Services, the Department of Community

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and Economic Development and the Department of

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Transportation, together with their estimated financial

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costs; authorizing the incurring of debt without the approval

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of the electors for the purpose of financing the projects to

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be constructed, acquired or assisted by the Department of

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General Services, the Department of Community and Economic

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Development or the Department of Transportation; stating the

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estimated useful life of the projects; providing an

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exemption; providing for limitation on certain capital

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projects and for delegation of duties relating to a capital

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budget project to the University of Pennsylvania; and making

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appropriations.

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The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

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hereby enacts as follows:

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Section 1.  Short title and construction.

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(a)  Short title.--This act shall be known and may be cited

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as the Capital Budget and Project Itemization Act of 2010-2011.

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(b)  Supplements.--A reference to this act shall be deemed to

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include a reference to the supplements to this act.

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(c)  Capital Facilities Debt Enabling Act.--The provisions

 


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and definitions of Chapter 3 of the act of February 9, 1999

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(P.L.1, No.1), known as The Capital Facilities Debt Enabling

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Act, shall apply to this act to the extent they are not

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inconsistent with this act.

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Section 2.  Overall limitations on debt to be incurred for

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capital projects.

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The maximum principal amount of additional debt to be

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incurred during the 2010-2011 fiscal year, and thereafter until

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the enactment of the 2011-2012 capital budget specifying the

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maximum debt for the 2011-2012 fiscal year, for capital projects

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specifically itemized in a capital budget pursuant to section

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7(a)(4) of Article VIII of the Constitution of Pennsylvania, and

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the fund to be charged with the repayment of such debt, shall,

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with respect to each category of capital projects, be as

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follows:

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Category

Amount

Fund

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(1)  Public Improvement

Projects:

  

  

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(i)  Buildings and

structures

  

  

$890,000,000

General Fund or Special Fund as applicable

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(2)  Furniture and

equipment

  

  

25,000,000

General Fund or Special Fund as applicable

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(3)  Transportation

assistance projects

  

175,000,000

  

General Fund

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(3)  Transportation

assistance projects

  

212,000,000

  

General Fund

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(4)  Redevelopment

assistance projects

  

225,000,000

  

General Fund

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(5)  Flood control

projects

  

35,000,000

  

General Fund

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(6)  Bridge projects

  

  

200,000,000

General Fund or Motor License Fund

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TOTAL

$1,550,000,000

  

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TOTAL

$1,587,000,000

  

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Section 3.  Effective date.

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This act shall take effect July 1, 2010, or immediately,

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whichever is later.

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Section 3.  Total authorizations.

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(a)  Public improvements.--The total authorization for the

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additional capital projects in the category of public

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improvement projects itemized in section 4 and to be acquired or

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constructed by the Department of General Services, its

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successors or assigns, and to be financed by the incurring of

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debt, shall be $28,060,000.

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(b)  Transportation assistance.--The total authorization for

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the capital projects in the category of transportation

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assistance projects itemized in section 5 with respect to which

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an interest is to be acquired in or constructed by the

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Department of Transportation, its successors or assigns, and to

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be financed by the incurring of debt, shall be $9,559,000.

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(c)  Redevelopment assistance.--The total authorization for

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the additional capital projects in the category of redevelopment

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assistance capital projects itemized in section 6 for capital

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grants by the Department of Community and Economic Development,

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its successors or assigns, and to be financed by the incurring

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of debt, shall be $298,250,000.

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Section 4.  Itemization of public improvement capital projects.

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Additional capital projects in the category of public

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improvement projects to be constructed or acquired by the

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Department of General Services, its successors or assigns, and

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to be financed by the incurring of debt, are hereby itemized,

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together with their respective estimated financial costs, as

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follows:

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Project

Total

Project Allocation

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(1)  Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

  

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(i)  Honesdale Readiness Center, Wayne County

  

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12

13

(A)  Renovate existing Honesdale Readiness

Center and upgrade antiterrorism

protection measures

  

  

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Project Allocation

4,560,000

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(Base Project Allocation - $4,000,000)

  

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(Design and Contingencies - $560,000)

  

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(2)  State System of Higher Education

  

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(i)  Millersville University

  

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(A)  Pennsylvania Academy of Music property

acquisition and building modifications

  

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Project Allocation

13,500,000

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(Base Project Allocation - $13,500,000)

  

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(3)  Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority

  

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(i)  Westmoreland County

  

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(A)  Construction, infrastructure,

rehabilitation and other related costs

at the Sony plant site

  

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Project Allocation

10,000,000

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Section 5.  Itemization of transportation assistance projects.

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(a)  Rural and intercity rail.--Additional capital projects

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in the category of transportation assistance projects for rural

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and intercity rail service projects to be constructed or with

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respect to which an interest is to be acquired by the Department

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of Transportation, its successors or assigns, and to be financed

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by the incurring of debt, are hereby itemized, together with

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their respective estimated financial costs, as follows:

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Project

Total

Project

Allocation

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(1)  Adams County

  

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(i)  Gettysburg & Northern Railroad Co.

  

12

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(A)  Construct 775 linear feet of track

which will extend two turnouts

  

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Project Allocation

250,000

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(ii)  Temple Inland

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate existing line and road

crossing and construct new track

  

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Project Allocation

120,000

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(2)  Allegheny County

  

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(i)  Leetsdale Industrial

  

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22

23

(A)  Track rehabilitation and new

construction at various locations

throughout the industrial park

  

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Project Allocation

625,000

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(ii)  Mol-Dok, Inc.

  

26

27

(A)  Rehabilitate track and turnouts and

rebuild several internal grade crossings

  

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Project Allocation

300,000

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(iii)  Pittsburgh, Allegheny & McKees Rocks

Railroad Company

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate and construct track at

McKees Rocks yard

  

3

Project Allocation

285,000

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(3)  Beaver County

  

5

(i)  Colona Transfer LP

  

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7

(A)  Rehabilitate tracks and turnouts

within existing yard

  

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Project Allocation

700,000

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(ii)  Horsehead Corporation

  

10

11

(A)  Rehabilitate tracks and grade crossing

within the Monaca facility

  

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Project Allocation

140,000

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(4)  Berks County

  

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(i)  Dyer Quarry Incorporated

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate track and extend former

tail track

  

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Project Allocation

335,000

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(5)  Bucks County

  

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(i)  Junell Corporation/Adv. Lube

  

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21

(A)  Rehabilitate track and install

unloading equipment

  

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Project Allocation

340,000

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(6)  Clinton County

  

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(i)  South Avis Realty

  

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(A)  Construct 2,363 feet of new track and

three turnouts, and track rehabilitation

  

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Project Allocation

505,000

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(7)  Crawford County

  

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(i)  JM Eagle

  

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(A)  Construct two 200-foot industrial rail

  

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spurs and rehabilitate 400 feet of

existing track

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Project Allocation

130,000

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(8)  Erie County

  

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(i)  Greater Erie Industrial Development

Corporation

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate track and turnouts

  

8

Project Allocation

560,000

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(9)  Lackawanna County

  

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(i)  Delaware Lackawanna Railroad

  

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12

13

14

(A)  Rehabilitate bridges, including

timbers; replace 3,000 cross ties and

one mile of rail; and raise, line and

surface five miles

  

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Project Allocation

345,000

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(10)  Lancaster County

  

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(i)  Lancaster Propane

  

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(A)  Construct track, including turnout, on

Norfolk Southern mainline

  

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Project Allocation

250,000

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(11)  Luzerne County

  

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(i)  Hazleton Creek Properties, LLC

  

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(A)  Construct track

  

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Project Allocation

250,000

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(ii)  Redevelopment Authority of Luzerne County

  

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(A)  Rehabilitation on the Wilkes-Barre

Secondary and Kingston Branch, including

ties and resurfacing

  

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Project Allocation

205,000

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(12)  Lycoming County

  

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(i)  Glen O. Hawbaker, Inc.

  

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3

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(A)  Construct track to extend existing

siding across public road onto Hawbaker

property

  

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Project Allocation

390,000

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(ii)  Lundy Industrial Realty, LP

  

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8

(A)  Construct track for loading and

unloading operations

  

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Project Allocation

250,000

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(13)  Mercer County

  

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(i)  Performance Processing Ventures, LLC

  

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13

14

(A)  Install mainline turnout and build new

400-foot siding with a derail and

bumping post

  

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Project Allocation

195,000

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(14)  Mifflin County

  

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(i)  Standard Steel, LLC

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate 1,200 feet of track and

turnouts

  

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Project Allocation

210,000

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(15)  Northumberland County

  

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(i)  ConAgra Foods

  

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(A)  Construct track at Milton, PA,

distribution center

  

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Project Allocation

250,000

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(16)  Schuylkill County

  

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(i)  Carbon County Railroad Commission

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate Hometown High Bridge,

including bridge timber, ties, bridge

approach surfacings, rail, hand railings

  

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and walkways and other repairs as

necessary

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Project Allocation

700,000

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(ii)  Premium Fine Coal

  

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(A)  Construct 600-foot siding

  

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Project Allocation

220,000

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(17)  Somerset County

  

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(i)  PBS Coals, Inc.

  

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10

(A)  Rehabilitate ten miles of track on the

Cambria Branch

  

11

Project Allocation

694,000

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(18)  Tioga County

  

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(i)  Wellsboro & Corning Railway Co.

  

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15

16

(A)  Track rehabilitation and maintenance,

including installation of cross ties,

raise, line and surface track

  

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Project Allocation

180,000

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(19)  Westmoreland County

  

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(i)  Three Rivers Marine and Rail Terminal LP

  

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(A)  Replace bridge ties and rehabilitate

1,350 feet of track

  

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Project Allocation

200,000

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(20)  Multiple Counties

  

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(i)  Bradford and Wyoming Counties

  

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(A)  Rehabilitate rail infrastructure,

including ties, on Lehigh Railway

  

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Project Allocation

230,000

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(ii)  Cameron, Luzerne, McKean and Tioga

Counties

  

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(A)  Construct new transloading facility,

  

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including upgrade of existing track,

installation of truck scales, horizontal

and vertical conveying systems and new

track with unloading pits at D and I

Silica

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Project Allocation

700,000

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Section 6.  Itemization of redevelopment assistance projects.

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Additional capital projects in the category of redevelopment

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assistance projects for capital grants by the Department of

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Community and Economic Development, its successors or assigns,

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authorized under the provisions of the act of May 20, 1949

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(P.L.1633, No.493), known as the Housing and Redevelopment

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Assistance Law, and redevelopment assistance capital projects

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and to be financed by the incurring of debt, are hereby

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itemized, together with their respective estimated financial

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costs, as follows:

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Project

Total

Project Allocation

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(1)  Allegheny County

  

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(i)  County projects

  

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23

24

25

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for a state-of-the-art biologics

manufacturing facility

  

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Project Allocation

30,000,000

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29

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(B)  Additional capital for infrastructure

improvements and construction,

Southwestern Pennsylvania Economic

Conversion Center for green products and

  

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applied research as authorized in Act 83

of 2006

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Project Allocation

8,000,000

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(2)  Beaver County

  

5

(i)  Borough of Ambridge

  

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7

8

(A)  Construction, infrastructure and other

related costs for mixed-use development

in the downtown corridor

  

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Project Allocation

5,000,000

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(3)  Berks County

  

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(i)  City of Reading

  

12

13

14

15

(A)   Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for the expansion of a food processing

facility

  

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Project Allocation

3,000,000

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(4)  Bradford County

  

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(i)  Borough of Towanda

  

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20

21

(A)  Construction, infrastructure and other

related costs for mixed-use development

in the downtown corridor

  

22

Project Allocation

5,000,000

23

24

25

26

(B)  Construction, renovations,

infrastructure and other related costs

for the expansion of a manufacturing

facility and company headquarters

  

27

Project Allocation

2,500,000

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(5)  Bucks County

  

29

(i)  Bristol Township

  

30

(A)  Construction, renovations and

  

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infrastructure improvements in the Bucks

County Enterprise Zone

3

Project Allocation

5,000,000

4

(ii)  Falls Township

  

5

6

7

(A)  Construction, infrastructure and other

related costs at the Keystone Industrial

Port Complex

  

8

Project Allocation

15,000,000

9

(6)  Cambria County

  

10

(i)  Borough of Cresson

  

11

12

13

14

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for the Mount Aloysius College

Convocation Center

  

15

Project Allocation

10,000,000

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(ii)  City of Johnstown

  

17

18

19

20

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for the John P. Murtha Center for Public

Policy

  

21

Project Allocation

10,000,000

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(7)  Cumberland County

  

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(i)  East Pennsboro Township

  

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25

26

(A)  Acquisition, renovations and

construction of a new facility for

Highmark Blue Shield

  

27

Project Allocation

4,000,000

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(8)  Dauphin County

  

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(i)  City of Harrisburg

  

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(A)  Redevelopment of the Furlow Building on

  

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North Third Street in the Midtown

section of Harrisburg

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Project Allocation

4,000,000

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(9)  Delaware County

  

5

(i)  City of Chester

  

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7

8

9

10

(A)  Rehabilitation and enhancement of the

Union Square Neighborhood Revitalization

District, including blight removal,

streetscape, remediation and new

construction

  

11

Project Allocation

10,000,000

12

(ii)  Upper Darby Township

  

13

14

15

16

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for the retail development of a 35-acre

site in Upper Darby

  

17

Project Allocation

5,000,000

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(10)  Elk County

  

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(i)  City of St. Marys

  

20

21

22

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for a hotel

  

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Project Allocation

3,000,000

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(11)  Erie County

  

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(i)  City of Erie

  

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27

28

29

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure, redevelopment and other

related costs for the Rexam Warehouse

Facility expansion project

  

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Project Allocation

3,000,000

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(12)  Franklin County

  

2

(i)  Antrim Township

  

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4

5

(A)  Construction, renovations and

infrastructure improvements for an

industrial facility

  

6

Project Allocation

2,000,000

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(13)  Lackawanna County

  

8

(i)  City of Scranton

  

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11

12

(A)  Construction and other related costs

for the redevelopment of a vacant former

junior high school building on Quincy

Street in the Hill section of the city

  

13

Project Allocation

5,000,000

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(14)  Lancaster County

  

15

(i)  City of Lancaster

  

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17

18

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(A)  Construction and other related costs of

a commercial/retail development at

College Hill at North Charlotte Street

and Harrisburg Pike

  

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Project Allocation

2,500,000

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(15)  Lawrence County

  

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(i)  City of New Castle

  

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24

25

(A)  Construction, renovations and other

related costs for the expansion of

industrial operations

  

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Project Allocation

2,000,000

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(16)  Lehigh County

  

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(i)  City of Allentown

  

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(A)  Infrastructure, construction and other

related costs for a waste-to-energy

  

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facility

2

Project Allocation

2,500,000

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(ii)  Upper Saucon Township

  

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5

6

7

(A)  Construction, renovations,

infrastructure and other related costs

for a headquarters facility for a

Fortune 100 global company

  

8

Project Allocation

10,000,000

9

(17)  Luzerne County

  

10

(i)  Borough of Dallas

  

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12

13

14

(A)  Construction and other related costs

for the redevelopment of an abandoned

historic former school house on Church

Street

  

15

Project Allocation

5,000,000

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(ii)  City of Hazleton

  

17

18

19

20

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for a 20-megawatt frequency regulation

plant

  

21

Project Allocation

5,000,000

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(iii)  City of Wilkes-Barre

  

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24

25

(A)  Acquisition, construction and other

related costs for an indoor recreational

facility at King's College

  

26

Project Allocation

3,000,000

27

(18)  Mercer County

  

28

(i)  City of Hermitage

  

29

30

(A)  Construction, renovations and

infrastructure improvements for an

  

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industrial facility

2

Project Allocation

4,000,000

3

(ii)  City of Sharon

  

4

5

6

(A)  Expansion of the Sharon Regional

Medical Center, including construction

of a parking garage

  

7

Project Allocation

10,000,000

8

(19)  Montgomery County

  

9

(i)  County projects

  

10

11

12

(A)  Construction, renovations and

infrastructure improvements for an

industrial facility

  

13

Project Allocation

1,500,000

14

(ii)  Borough of Norristown

  

15

16

17

18

19

(A)  Acquisition, construction and other

related costs for a mixed-use

commercial/retail development within the

boundary of Fornance, Wood and Locust

Streets

  

20

Project Allocation

7,500,000

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(20)  Northampton County

  

22

(i)  City of Bethlehem

  

23

24

25

(A)  Renovations, construction and other

related costs for property located at

Polk and Third Streets

  

26

Project Allocation

1,500,000

27

(ii)  Borough of Wilson and City of Easton

  

28

29

30

(A)  Renovations, construction and other

related costs for the former Dixie Cup

Corporation manufacturing facility

  

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Project Allocation

4,500,000

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(21)  Philadelphia County

  

3

(i)  City of Philadelphia

  

4

5

6

(A)  Construction, infrastructure and other

related costs for mixed-use development

on Gray's Ferry Corridor

  

7

Project Allocation

5,000,000

8

9

10

(B)  Construction of a Comprehensive Applied

Research/Educational facility at Drexel

University, including related costs

  

11

Project Allocation

10,000,000

12

13

14

15

(C)  Acquisition, infrastructure,

construction and other related costs for

Norris Square Civic Association's mixed-

use complex

  

16

Project Allocation

5,000,000

17

18

19

(D)   Acquisition, infrastructure,

construction and other related costs for

the American Revolution Center

  

20

Project Allocation

20,000,000

21

22

23

(E)  Infrastructure, construction and other

related costs for an inpatient specialty

hospital at the Wills Eye Institute

  

24

Project Allocation

1,000,000

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26

27

28

29

(F)  Acquisition, infrastructure,

construction and other related costs for

a facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard

for commercial, industrial or

multipurpose use

  

30

Project Allocation

7,500,000

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4

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(G)  Acquisition, infrastructure,

construction and other related costs for

development by ASPIRA, Inc., of

Philadelphia at the Cardinal Dougherty

High School

  

6

Project Allocation

5,000,000

7

8

9

10

11

(H)   Acquisition, infrastructure,

construction and other related costs for

redevelopment of the Tasty Baking

Company facility at Fox and Roberts

Streets, including adjacent areas

  

12

Project Allocation

15,000,000

13

14

15

(I)  Infrastructure, construction,

renovation and other related costs for

the Independence Visitor Center

  

16

Project Allocation

5,000,000

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18

19

20

21

(J)  Construction, demolition, land

acquisition, infrastructure,

redevelopment and other related costs

for Philadelphia University, including

the Arlen Specter Library

  

22

Project Allocation

10,000,000

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24

25

26

27

28

(K)  Land acquisition, site preparation,

renovation, demolition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for campus expansion and facility

improvements at the Philadelphia College

of Osteopathic Medicine

  

29

Project Allocation

750,000

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(L)  Construction and other related costs

  

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for mixed-use retail and hotel project

at Fourth and Race Streets

3

Project Allocation

10,000,000

4

5

6

7

(M)  Construction, infrastructure,

redevelopment and other related costs

for a new Community Legal Services

building

  

8

Project Allocation

3,000,000

9

(22)  Washington County

  

10

(i)  Borough of California

  

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12

13

14

(A)  Acquisition, infrastructure,

construction and other related costs for

a hotel by California University of

Pennsylvania

  

15

Project Allocation

5,000,000

16

(23)  Multiple Counties

  

17

(i)  County projects

  

18

19

20

21

22

23

(A)  Acquisition, construction,

infrastructure and other related costs

for and development of 45 acres located

along Broad Street and State Road 113

and County Line Road in Hilltown, Bucks

County, and Souderton, Montgomery County

  

24

Project Allocation

7,500,000

25

Section 7.  Debt authorization.

26

(a)  Public improvements.--The Governor, Auditor General and

27

State Treasurer are hereby authorized and directed to borrow

28

from time to time in addition to any authorization heretofore or

29

hereafter enacted, on the credit of the Commonwealth, subject to

30

the limitations provided in the current capital budget, money

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1

not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of $28,060,000 as may be

2

found necessary to carry out the acquisition and construction of

3

the public improvement projects specifically itemized in a

4

capital budget.

5

(b)  Transportation assistance.--The Governor, Auditor

6

General and State Treasurer are hereby authorized and directed

7

to borrow from time to time in addition to any authorization

8

heretofore or hereafter enacted, on the credit of the

9

Commonwealth, subject to the limitations provided in the current

10

capital budget, money not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of

11

$9,559,000 as may be found necessary to carry out the

12

acquisition and construction of the transportation assistance

13

projects specifically itemized in a capital budget.

14

(c)  Redevelopment assistance.--Subject to the limitation in

15

section 317(b) of the act of February 9, 1999 (P.L.1, No.1),

16

known as the Capital Facilities Debt Enabling Act, the Governor,

17

Auditor General and State Treasurer are hereby authorized and

18

directed to borrow from time to time in addition to any

19

authorization heretofore or hereafter enacted, on the credit of

20

the Commonwealth, subject to the limitations provided in the

21

current capital budget, money not exceeding in the aggregate the

22

sum of $298,250,000 as may be found necessary to carry out the

23

redevelopment assistance capital projects specifically itemized

24

in a capital budget.

25

Section 8.  Issue of bonds.

26

The indebtedness authorized in this act shall be incurred

27

from time to time and shall be evidenced by one or more series

28

of general obligation bonds of the Commonwealth in such

29

aggregate principal amount for each series as the Governor, the

30

Auditor General and the State Treasurer shall determine, but the

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1

latest stated maturity date shall not exceed the estimated

2

useful life of the projects being financed as stated in section

3

9.

4

Section 9.  Estimated useful life and term of debt.

5

(a)  Estimated useful life.--The General Assembly states that

6

the estimated useful life of the public improvement projects

7

itemized in this act is as follows:

8

(1)  Public improvement projects, 30 years.

9

(2)  Transportation assistance projects:

10

(i)  Rolling stock, 15 years.

11

(ii)  Passenger buses, 12 years.

12

(iii)  Furniture and equipment, 10 years.

13

(iv)  All others, 30 years.

14

(b)  Term of debt.--The maximum term of the debt authorized

15

to be incurred under this act is 30 years.

16

Section 10.  Appropriations.

17

(a)  Public improvements.--The net proceeds of the sale of

18

the obligations authorized in this act are hereby appropriated

19

from the Capital Facilities Fund to the Department of General

20

Services in the maximum amount of $28,060,000 to be used by it

21

exclusively to defray the financial cost of the public

22

improvement projects specifically itemized in a capital budget.

23

After reserving or paying the expenses of the sale of the

24

obligation, the State Treasurer shall pay to the Department of

25

General Services the moneys as required and certified by it to

26

be legally due and payable.

27

(b)  Transportation assistance.--The net proceeds of the sale

28

of the obligations authorized in this act are hereby

29

appropriated from the Capital Facilities Fund to the Department

30

of Transportation in the maximum amount of $9,559,000 to be used

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1

by it exclusively to defray the financial cost of the

2

transportation assistance projects specifically itemized in a

3

capital budget. After reserving or paying the expenses of the

4

sale of the obligation, the State Treasurer shall pay to the

5

Department of Transportation the moneys as required and

6

certified by it to be legally due and payable.

7

(c)  Redevelopment assistance.--The net proceeds of the sale

8

of the obligations authorized in this act are hereby

9

appropriated from the Capital Facilities Fund to the Department

10

of Community and Economic Development in the maximum amount of

11

$298,250,000 to be used by it exclusively to defray the

12

financial cost of redevelopment assistance capital projects

13

specifically itemized in a capital budget. After reserving or

14

paying the expenses of the sale of the obligation, the State

15

Treasurer shall pay to the Department of Community and Economic

16

Development the moneys as required and certified by it to be

17

legally due and payable.

18

Section 11.  Federal funds.

19

In addition to those funds appropriated in section 10, all

20

moneys received from the Federal Government for the projects

21

specifically itemized in this act are also hereby appropriated

22

for those projects.

23

Section 12.  Delegation.

24

Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the

25

Department of General Services may delegate the design and

26

construction of the project contained in section 3(5)(iii)(A) of

27

the act of July 4, 2008 (P.L.329, No.41), known as the Capital

28

Budget Project Itemization Act of 2007-2008, to the University

29

of Pennsylvania.

30

Section 13.  Editorial changes.

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1

In editing and preparing this act for printing following the

2

final enactment, the Legislative Reference Bureau shall insert

3

or revise letters or numbers for projects where the letters or

4

numbers are missing or require revision. The bureau shall also

5

revise the total monetary amounts for the total authorization,

6

debt authorization, appropriations and departmental totals as

7

necessary to agree with the total monetary amounts of the

8

projects.

9

Section 14.  Effective date.

10

This act shall take effect immediately.

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