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75-2262.Construction, equipping, furnishing, renovation and repair of capitol; duties of secretary of administration and legislative coordinating council; limitation on expenditures; bonds. (a) The secretary of administration jointly with the legislative coordinating council may make expenditures from money available therefor for the construction, equipping, furnishing, renovation, reconstruction and repair of the state capitol. The capital improvement project for the construction, equipping, furnishing, renovation, reconstruction and repair of the state capitol is hereby approved for the secretary of administration jointly with the legislative coordinating council for the purpose of subsection (b) of K.S.A. 74-8905, and amendments thereto, and the authorization of the issuance of bonds by the Kansas development finance authority in accordance with the statute. Expenditures authorized by this section for this capital improvement project shall not exceed $40,000,000 plus all amounts required for costs of any bond issuance, costs of interest on any bond issued or obtained for such capital improvement project and any required reserves for payment of principal and interest on any bond. Bonds issued under this section shall be financed by appropriations from the state general fund.

(b) In addition to other renovations, reconstructions, repairs or improvements and within the funds appropriated and available therefor, the capital improvement project approved by this section may include portions that (1) address issues of health and safety, (2) modernize building systems, including the technology infrastructure, (3) preserve the artistic and historic integrity of the state capitol, specifically regarding works of art, public spaces, building materials, light wells and skylights and the exterior, and (4) utilize and improve space available, including the basement, to increase the functionality of the state capitol as a working capitol.

History: L. 2000, ch. 110, § 1; July 1.



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