Senate Bill 35
152nd General Assembly (Present)
Becomes effective upon date of signature of the Governor or upon date specified
AN ACT TO AMEND THE LAWS OF DELAWARE RELATING TO THE BOND AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ACT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE AND CERTAIN OF ITS AUTHORITIES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2023.
This Act amends the Fiscal Year 2023 Bond and Capital Improvements Act to (1) authorize the use of School Safety and Security Funds for school extracurricular activities; (2) authorize local funding to support Enhanced Minor Capital Improvements and the remediation of lead contaminated drinking water infrastructures; (3) adjust the procurement thresholds for the issuance of formal bids or RFPs; (4) authorize the Department of Transportation to use Community Transportation Funds for one-time reimbursements for various projects; (5) make changes to the Criminal Legal System Imposed Debt Study Group; (6) authorize the Department of Transportation Reprogramming Transfer; (7) authorize funding to complete the facility drainage project of Absalom Jones Performing Arts Center; (8) authorize the donation of the Division of Communications Shelter to the University of Delaware; (9) authorize the use of funding until the new Troop 6 facility is complete and available for occupancy; (10) allow New Castle County Vocational School District to proceed with construction of new athletic fields; (11) authorize the use of Irrigation System Conversion funds to reimburse a new poultry house demolition assistance program; (12) clarify the calculation of 3% limit of GF net revenue estimate for finance capital projects is applied to revenues identified in the revenue resolution for the fiscal year of the budget being adopted; (13) authorize Fort DuPont Redevelopment and Preservation Corporation to use funds for capital projects; (14) authorize Municipal Infrastructure Funds to be used for the North Bayshore Drainage Improvements; (15) authorize the Office of Management and Budget to engage in a pilot program to include Community Workforce Agreements; (16) authorize the Department of Transportation to engage in a Community Workforce Agreement for no more than two large public works projects; and (17) require a report from the Office of Management and Budget regarding State Facilities Market Pressure.