As Reported by the Senate Finance Committee

130th General Assembly
Regular Session
2013-2014
Am. H. B. No. 497


Representative Amstutz 

Cosponsors: Representatives Sprague, Adams, R., Anielski, Antonio, Baker, Barborak, Barnes, Beck, Blessing, Boyce, Boyd, Brown, Buchy, Burkley, Butler, Carney, Celebrezze, Clyde, Dovilla, Driehaus, Fedor, Foley, Gerberry, Green, Grossman, Hackett, Hagan, R., Hall, Hayes, Heard, Hill, Landis, Letson, Mallory, McClain, Milkovich, Patmon, Patterson, Pelanda, Phillips, Pillich, Ramos, Retherford, Rogers, Romanchuk, Rosenberger, Ruhl, Scherer, Schuring, Sears, Sheehy, Slaby, Slesnick, Smith, Stebelton, Stinziano, Strahorn, Terhar, Winburn Speaker Batchelder 

Senators Sawyer, Tavares 



A BILL
To amend sections 9.981, 105.41, 111.26, 123.01, 1
125.29, 126.03, 126.11, 154.06, 154.24, 307.021, 2
307.022, 5120.102, 5120.104, 5120.29, 5120.47, 3
5139.23, and 5139.36 of the Revised Code and to 4
make capital appropriations and changes to the law 5
governing capital projects and to make 6
reappropriations for the biennium ending June 30, 7
2016.8


BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OHIO:

       Section 101.01. That sections 9.981, 105.41, 111.26, 123.01, 9
125.29, 126.03, 126.11, 154.06, 154.24, 307.021, 307.022, 10
5120.102, 5120.104, 5120.29, 5120.47, 5139.23, and 5139.36 of the 11
Revised Code be amended to read as follows:12

       Sec. 9.981.  (A) Sections 9.98 to 9.983 of the Revised Code 13
are applicable to bonds:14

       (1) The payment of the debt service on which is to be 15
provided for directly or indirectly by payments contracted to be 16
made in the bond proceedings by the absolute obligors, being 17
persons other than the issuer; and18

       (2) Which are authorized to be issued under sections 122.39 19
and 122.41 to 122.62, Chapter 165., 902., 3377., 3706., division 20
(A)(4) of section 4582.06, division (A)(8) of section 4582.31, 21
section 4582.48, or Chapter 6121. or 6123. of the Revised Code, 22
notwithstanding other provisions therein.23

       (B) Sections 9.98 to 9.983 of the Revised Code are applicable 24
to bonds issued under sections 306.37 and 6119.12 of the Revised 25
Code and Chapters 140., 152., 154., 175., and 349. of the Revised 26
Code, and to any bonds authorized under laws which expressly make 27
those sections applicable.28

       (C) Subject to division (A) of this section, the authority 29
provided in sections 9.98 to 9.983 of the Revised Code is 30
supplemental to and not in derogation of any similar authority 31
provided by, derived from, or implied by, any law, the Ohio 32
Constitution, or any charter, resolution, or ordinance, and no 33
inference shall be drawn to negate the authority thereunder by 34
reason of the express provisions of sections 9.98 to 9.983 of the 35
Revised Code.36

       (D) Sections 9.98 to 9.983 of the Revised Code shall be 37
liberally construed to permit flexibility in the arrangements 38
therein provided to enhance the issuance of such bonds and provide 39
for terms most beneficial and satisfactory to the persons which 40
undertake to provide for their payment, security, and liquidity.41

       Sec. 105.41.  (A) There is hereby created in the legislative 42
branch of government the capitol square review and advisory board, 43
consisting of twelve members as follows:44

       (1) Two members of the senate, appointed by the president of 45
the senate, both of whom shall not be members of the same 46
political party;47

       (2) Two members of the house of representatives, appointed by 48
the speaker of the house of representatives, both of whom shall 49
not be members of the same political party;50

       (3) Four members appointed by the governor, with the advice 51
and consent of the senate, not more than three of whom shall be 52
members of the same political party, one of whom shall be the 53
chief of staff of the governor's office, one of whom shall 54
represent the Ohio arts council, one of whom shall represent the 55
Ohio historical society, and one of whom shall represent the 56
public at large;57

       (4) One member, who shall be a former president of the 58
senate, appointed by the current president of the senate. If the 59
current president of the senate, in the current president's 60
discretion, decides for any reason not to make the appointment or 61
if no person is eligible or available to serve, the seat shall 62
remain vacant.63

       (5) One member, who shall be a former speaker of the house of 64
representatives, appointed by the current speaker of the house of 65
representatives. If the current speaker of the house of 66
representatives, in the current speaker's discretion, decides for 67
any reason not to make the appointment or if no person is eligible 68
or available to serve, the seat shall remain vacant.69

       (6) The clerk of the senate and the clerk of the house of 70
representatives.71

       (B) Terms of office of each appointed member of the board 72
shall be for three years, except that members of the general 73
assembly appointed to the board shall be members of the board only 74
so long as they are members of the general assembly and the chief 75
of staff of the governor's office shall be a member of the board 76
only so long as the appointing governor remains in office. Each 77
member shall hold office from the date of the member's appointment 78
until the end of the term for which the member was appointed. In 79
case of a vacancy occurring on the board, the president of the 80
senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, or the 81
governor, as the case may be, shall in the same manner prescribed 82
for the regular appointment to the commission, fill the vacancy by 83
appointing a member. Any member appointed to fill a vacancy 84
occurring prior to the expiration of the term for which the 85
member's predecessor was appointed shall hold office for the 86
remainder of the term. Any appointed member shall continue in 87
office subsequent to the expiration date of the member's term 88
until the member's successor takes office, or until a period of 89
sixty days has elapsed, whichever occurs first.90

       (C) The board shall hold meetings in a manner and at times 91
prescribed by the rules adopted by the board. A majority of the 92
board constitutes a quorum, and no action shall be taken by the 93
board unless approved by at least six members or by at least seven 94
members if a person is appointed under division (A)(4) or (5) of 95
this section. At its first meeting, the board shall adopt rules 96
for the conduct of its business and the election of its officers, 97
and shall organize by selecting a chairperson and other officers 98
as it considers necessary. Board members shall serve without 99
compensation but shall be reimbursed for actual and necessary 100
expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.101

       (D) The board may do any of the following:102

       (1) Employ or hire on a consulting basis professional, 103
technical, and clerical employees as are necessary for the 104
performance of its duties. All employees of the board are in the 105
unclassified service and serve at the pleasure of the board. For 106
purposes of section 4117.01 of the Revised Code, employees of the 107
board shall be considered employees of the general assembly, 108
except that employees who are covered by a collective bargaining 109
agreement on September 29, 2011, shall remain subject to the 110
agreement until the agreement expires on its terms, and the 111
agreement shall not be extended or renewed. Upon expiration of the 112
agreement, the employees are considered employees of the general 113
assembly for purposes of section 4117.01 of the Revised Code and 114
are in the unclassified service and serve at the pleasure of the 115
board.116

       (2) Hold public hearings at times and places as determined by 117
the board;118

       (3) Adopt, amend, or rescind rules necessary to accomplish 119
the duties of the board as set forth in this section;120

       (4) Sponsor, conduct, and support such social events as the 121
board may authorize and consider appropriate for the employees of 122
the board, employees and members of the general assembly, 123
employees of persons under contract with the board or otherwise 124
engaged to perform services on the premises of capitol square, or 125
other persons as the board may consider appropriate. Subject to 126
the requirements of Chapter 4303. of the Revised Code, the board 127
may provide beer, wine, and intoxicating liquor, with or without 128
charge, for those events and may use funds only from the sale of 129
goods and services fund to purchase the beer, wine, and 130
intoxicating liquor the board provides;131

       (5) Purchase a warehouse in which to store items of the 132
capitol collection trust and, whenever necessary, equipment or 133
other property of the board.134

       (E) The board shall do all of the following:135

       (1) Have sole authority to coordinate and approve any 136
improvements, additions, and renovations that are made to the 137
capitol square. The improvements shall include, but not be limited 138
to, the placement of monuments and sculpture on the capitol 139
grounds.140

       (2) Subject to section 3353.07 of the Revised Code, operate 141
the capitol square, and have sole authority to regulate all uses 142
of the capitol square. The uses shall include, but not be limited 143
to, the casual and recreational use of the capitol square.144

       (3) Employ, fix the compensation of, and prescribe the duties 145
of the executive director of the board and other employees the 146
board considers necessary for the performance of its powers and 147
duties;148

       (4) Establish and maintain the capitol collection trust. The 149
capitol collection trust shall consist of furniture, antiques, and 150
other items of personal property that the board shall store in 151
suitable facilities until they are ready to be displayed in the 152
capitol square.153

       (5) Perform repair, construction, contracting, purchasing, 154
maintenance, supervisory, and operating activities the board 155
determines are necessary for the operation and maintenance of the 156
capitol square;157

       (6) Maintain and preserve the capitol square, in accordance 158
with guidelines issued by the United States secretary of the 159
interior for application of the secretary's standards for 160
rehabilitation adopted in 36 C.F.R. part 67;161

       (7) Plan and develop a center at the capitol building for the 162
purpose of educating visitors about the history of Ohio, including 163
its political, economic, and social development and the design and 164
erection of the capitol building and its grounds.165

       (F)(1) The board shall lease capital facilities improved by 166
the department of administrative services or financed by the Ohio 167
building authoritytreasurer of state pursuant to Chapter 152.168
154. of the Revised Code for the use of the board, and may enter 169
into any other agreements with the authoritydepartment, the Ohio 170
public facilities commission, or any other authorized governmental 171
agency ancillary to improvement, financing, or leasing of those 172
capital facilities, including, but not limited to, any agreement 173
required by the applicable bond proceedings authorized by Chapter 174
152.154. of the Revised Code. Any lease of capital facilities 175
authorized by this section shall be governed by division (D) of 176
section 152.24Chapter 154. of the Revised Code.177

       (2) Fees, receipts, and revenues received by the board from 178
the state underground parking garage constitute available receipts 179
as defined in section 152.09154.24 of the Revised Code, and may 180
be pledged to the payment of bond service charges on obligations 181
issued by the Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state pursuant 182
to Chapter 152.154. of the Revised Code to improve, finance, or 183
purchase capital facilities useful to the board. The authority184
treasurer of state may, with the consent of the board, provide in 185
the bond proceedings for a pledge of all or a portion of those 186
fees, receipts, and revenues as the authoritytreasurer of state187
determines. The authoritytreasurer of state may provide in the 188
bond proceedings or by separate agreement with the board for the 189
transfer of those fees, receipts, and revenues to the appropriate 190
bond service fund or bond service reserve fund as required to pay 191
the bond service charges when due, and any such provision for the 192
transfer of those fees, receipts, and revenues shall be 193
controlling notwithstanding any other provision of law pertaining 194
to those fees, receipts, and revenues.195

       (3) All moneys received by the treasurer of state on account 196
of the board and required by the applicable bond proceedings or by 197
separate agreement with the board to be deposited, transferred, or 198
credited to the bond service fund or bond service reserve fund 199
established by the bond proceedings shall be transferred by the 200
treasurer of state to such fund, whether or not it is in the 201
custody of the treasurer of state, without necessity for further 202
appropriation, upon receipt of notice from the Ohio building 203
authority as prescribed in the bond proceedings.204

       (G)(1) Except as otherwise provided in division (G)(2) of 205
this section, all fees, receipts, and revenues received by the 206
board from the state underground parking garage shall be deposited 207
into the state treasury to the credit of the underground parking 208
garage operating fund, which is hereby created, to be used for the 209
purposes specified in division (F) of this section and for the 210
operation and maintenance of the garage. All investment earnings 211
of the fund shall be credited to the fund.212

       (2) There is hereby created the parking garage automated 213
equipment fund, which shall be in the custody of the treasurer of 214
state but shall not be part of the state treasury. Money in the 215
fund shall be used to purchase the automated teller machine 216
quality dollar bills needed for operation of the parking garage 217
automated equipment. The fund shall consist of fees, receipts, or 218
revenues received by the board from the state underground parking 219
garage; provided, however, that the total amount deposited into 220
the fund at any one time shall not exceed ten thousand dollars. 221
All investment earnings of the fund shall be credited to the fund.222

       (H) All donations received by the board shall be deposited 223
into the state treasury to the credit of the capitol square 224
renovation gift fund, which is hereby created. The fund shall be 225
used by the board as follows:226

       (1) To provide part or all of the funding related to 227
construction, goods, or services for the renovation of the capitol 228
square;229

       (2) To purchase art, antiques, and artifacts for display at 230
the capitol square;231

       (3) To award contracts or make grants to organizations for 232
educating the public regarding the historical background and 233
governmental functions of the capitol square. Chapters 125., 127., 234
and 153. and section 3517.13 of the Revised Code do not apply to 235
purchases made exclusively from the fund, notwithstanding anything 236
to the contrary in those chapters or that section. All investment 237
earnings of the fund shall be credited to the fund.238

       (I) Except as provided in divisions (G), (H), and (J) of this 239
section, all fees, receipts, and revenues received by the board 240
shall be deposited into the state treasury to the credit of the 241
sale of goods and services fund, which is hereby created. Money 242
credited to the fund shall be used solely to pay costs of the 243
board other than those specified in divisions (F) and (G) of this 244
section. All investment earnings of the fund shall be credited to 245
the fund.246

       (J) There is hereby created in the state treasury the capitol 247
square improvement fund, to be used by the board to pay 248
construction, renovation, and other costs related to the capitol 249
square for which money is not otherwise available to the board. 250
Whenever the board determines that there is a need to incur those 251
costs and that the unencumbered, unobligated balance to the credit 252
of the underground parking garage operating fund exceeds the 253
amount needed for the purposes specified in division (F) of this 254
section and for the operation and maintenance of the garage, the 255
board may request the director of budget and management to 256
transfer from the underground parking garage operating fund to the 257
capitol square improvement fund the amount needed to pay such 258
construction, renovation, or other costs. The director then shall 259
transfer the amount needed from the excess balance of the 260
underground parking garage operating fund.261

       (K) As the operation and maintenance of the capitol square 262
constitute essential government functions of a public purpose, the 263
board shall not be required to pay taxes or assessments upon the 264
square, upon any property acquired or used by the board under this 265
section, or upon any income generated by the operation of the 266
square.267

       (L) As used in this section, "capitol square" means the 268
capitol building, senate building, capitol atrium, capitol 269
grounds, the state underground parking garage, and the warehouse 270
owned by the board.271

       (M) The capitol annex shall be known as the senate building.272

       (N) Any person may possess a firearm in a motor vehicle in 273
the state underground parking garage at the state capitol 274
building, if the person's possession of the firearm in the motor 275
vehicle is not in violation of section 2923.16 of the Revised Code 276
or any other provision of the Revised Code. Any person may store 277
or leave a firearm in a locked motor vehicle that is parked in the 278
state underground parking garage at the state capitol building, if 279
the person's transportation and possession of the firearm in the 280
motor vehicle while traveling to the garage was not in violation 281
of section 2923.16 of the Revised Code or any other provision of 282
the Revised Code.283

       Sec. 111.26.  (A) It is hereby declared to be a public 284
purpose and function of the state to facilitate the conduct of 285
elections by assisting boards of elections in acquiring state 286
capital facilities consisting of voting machines, marking devices, 287
and automatic tabulating equipment certified for use in this state 288
under section 3506.05 of the Revised Code. Those voting machines, 289
marking devices, and automatic tabulating equipment are designated 290
as capital facilities under sections 152.09 to 152.33Chapter 154.291
of the Revised Code. The Ohio building authoritytreasurer of 292
state is authorized to issue revenue obligations under sections 293
152.09 to 152.33section 154.24 of the Revised Code to pay all or 294
part of the cost of those state capital facilities as are 295
designated by law.296

       Boards of elections, due to their responsibilities related to 297
the proper conduct of elections under state law, are designated as 298
state agencies having jurisdiction over those state capital 299
facilities financed in part pursuant to this section and Chapter 300
152.154. of the Revised Code. It is hereby determined and 301
declared that voting machines, marking devices, and automatic 302
tabulating equipment financed in part under this section are for 303
the purpose of housing agencies of state government, their 304
functions and equipment.305

       (B) A county shall contribute to the cost of capital 306
facilities authorized under this section as provided below.307

       (C) Any lease of capital facilities authorized by this 308
section, the rentals of which are payable in whole or in part from 309
appropriations made by the general assembly, is governed by 310
division (D) of section 152.24Chapter 154. of the Revised Code. 311
Such rentals constitute available receipts as defined in section 312
152.09154.24 of the Revised Code and may be pledged for the 313
payment of bond service charges as provided in section 152.10314
Chapter 154. of the Revised Code.315

       (D) The county voting machine revolving lease/loan fund is 316
hereby created in the state treasury. The fund shall consist of 317
the net proceeds of obligations issued under sections 152.09 to 318
152.33Chapter 154. of the Revised Code to finance a portion of 319
those state capital facilities described in division (A) of this 320
section, as needed to ensure sufficient moneys to support 321
appropriations from the fund. Lease payments from counties made 322
for those capital facilities financed in part from the fund and 323
interest earnings on the balance in the fund shall be credited to 324
the fund. The fund shall also receive any other authorized 325
transfers of cash. Moneys in the fund shall be used for the 326
purpose of acquiring a portion of additional capital facilities 327
described in division (A) of this section at the request of the 328
applicable board of elections.329

       Participation in the fund by a board of county commissioners 330
shall be voluntary.331

       The secretary of state shall administer the county voting 332
machine revolving lease/loan fund in accordance with this section 333
and shall enter into any lease or other agreement with the 334
department of administrative services, the Ohio building authority335
public facilities commission, or any board of elections necessary 336
or appropriate to accomplish the purposes of this section.337

       (E) Acquisitions made under this section shall provide not 338
more than fifty per cent of the estimated total cost of a board of 339
county commissioners' purchase of voting machines, marking 340
devices, and automatic tabulating equipment. 341

       The secretary of state shall adopt rules for the 342
implementation of the acquisition and revolving lease/loan program 343
established under this section, which rules shall require that the 344
secretary of state approve any acquisition of voting machines, 345
marking devices, and automatic tabulating equipment using money 346
made available under this section. An acquisition for any one 347
board of county commissioners shall not exceed five million 348
dollars and shall be made only for equipment purchased on or after 349
March 31, 2008. Any costs incurred on or after January 1, 2008, 350
may be considered as the county cost percentage for the purpose of 351
an acquisition made under this section.352

       Counties shall lease from the secretary of state the capital 353
facilities financed in part from the county voting machine 354
revolving lease/loan fund and may enter into any agreements 355
required under the applicable bond proceedings. All voting 356
machines, marking devices, and automatic tabulating equipment 357
purchased through this fund shall remain the property of the state 358
until all payments under the applicable county lease have been 359
made at which time ownership shall transfer to the county. Costs 360
associated with the maintenance, repair, and operation of the 361
voting machines, marking devices, and automatic tabulating 362
equipment purchased under this section shall be the responsibility 363
of the participating boards of elections and boards of county 364
commissioners.365

       Such lease may obligate the counties, as using state agencies 366
under Chapter 152.154. of the Revised Code, to operate the 367
capital facilities for such period of time as may be specified by 368
law and to pay such rent as the secretary of state determines to 369
be appropriate. Notwithstanding any other provision of the Revised 370
Code to the contrary, any county may enter into such a lease, and 371
any such lease is legally sufficient to obligate the county for 372
the term stated in the lease. Any such lease constitutes an 373
agreement described in division (E)(D) of section 152.24154.06 of 374
the Revised Code.375

       (F) As used in this section: 376

       (1) "Automatic tabulating equipment," "marking device," and 377
"voting machine" have the same meanings as in section 3506.01 of 378
the Revised Code.379

       (2) "Equipment" has the same meaning as in section 3506.05 of 380
the Revised Code.381

       Sec. 123.01.  (A) The department of administrative services, 382
in addition to those powers enumerated in Chapters 124. and 125. 383
of the Revised Code and provided elsewhere by law, shall exercise 384
the following powers:385

       (1) To prepare and suggest comprehensive plans for the 386
development of grounds and buildings under the control of a state 387
agency;388

       (2) To acquire, by purchase, gift, devise, lease, or grant, 389
all real estate required by a state agency, in the exercise of 390
which power the department may exercise the power of eminent 391
domain, in the manner provided by sections 163.01 to 163.22 of the 392
Revised Code;393

       (3) To erect, supervise, and maintain all public monuments 394
and memorials erected by the state, except where the supervision 395
and maintenance is otherwise provided by law;396

       (4) To procure, by lease, storage accommodations for a state 397
agency;398

       (5) To lease or grant easements or licenses for unproductive 399
and unused lands or other property under the control of a state 400
agency. Such leases, easements, or licenses may be granted to any 401
person or entity, shall be for a period not to exceed fifteen 402
years, and shall be executed for the state by the director of 403
administrative services, provided that the director shall grant 404
leases, easements, or licenses of university land for periods not 405
to exceed twenty-five years for purposes approved by the 406
respective university's board of trustees wherein the uses are 407
compatible with the uses and needs of the university and may grant 408
leases of university land for periods not to exceed forty years 409
for purposes approved by the respective university's board of 410
trustees pursuant to section 123.17 of the Revised Code.411

       (6) To lease space for the use of a state agency;412

       (7) To have general supervision and care of the storerooms, 413
offices, and buildings leased for the use of a state agency;414

       (8) To exercise general custodial care of all real property 415
of the state;416

       (9) To assign and group together state offices in any city in 417
the state and to establish, in cooperation with the state agencies 418
involved, rules governing space requirements for office or storage 419
use;420

       (10) To lease for a period not to exceed forty years, 421
pursuant to a contract providing for the construction thereof 422
under a lease-purchase plan, buildings, structures, and other 423
improvements for any public purpose, and, in conjunction 424
therewith, to grant leases, easements, or licenses for lands under 425
the control of a state agency for a period not to exceed forty 426
years. The lease-purchase plan shall provide that at the end of 427
the lease period, the buildings, structures, and related 428
improvements, together with the land on which they are situated, 429
shall become the property of the state without cost.430

       (a) Whenever any building, structure, or other improvement is 431
to be so leased by a state agency, the department shall retain 432
either basic plans, specifications, bills of materials, and 433
estimates of cost with sufficient detail to afford bidders all 434
needed information or, alternatively, all of the following plans, 435
details, bills of materials, and specifications:436

       (i) Full and accurate plans suitable for the use of mechanics 437
and other builders in the improvement;438

       (ii) Details to scale and full sized, so drawn and 439
represented as to be easily understood;440

       (iii) Accurate bills showing the exact quantity of different 441
kinds of material necessary to the construction;442

       (iv) Definite and complete specifications of the work to be 443
performed, together with such directions as will enable a 444
competent mechanic or other builder to carry them out and afford 445
bidders all needed information;446

       (v) A full and accurate estimate of each item of expense and 447
of the aggregate cost thereof.448

       (b) The department shall give public notice, in such 449
newspaper, in such form, and with such phraseology as the director 450
of administrative services prescribes, published once each week 451
for four consecutive weeks, of the time when and place where bids 452
will be received for entering into an agreement to lease to a 453
state agency a building, structure, or other improvement. The last 454
publication shall be at least eight days preceding the day for 455
opening the bids. The bids shall contain the terms upon which the 456
builder would propose to lease the building, structure, or other 457
improvement to the state agency. The form of the bid approved by 458
the department shall be used, and a bid is invalid and shall not 459
be considered unless that form is used without change, alteration, 460
or addition. Before submitting bids pursuant to this section, any 461
builder shall comply with Chapter 153. of the Revised Code.462

       (c) On the day and at the place named for receiving bids for 463
entering into lease agreements with a state agency, the director 464
of administrative services shall open the bids and shall publicly 465
proceed immediately to tabulate the bids upon duplicate sheets. No 466
lease agreement shall be entered into until the bureau of workers' 467
compensation has certified that the person to be awarded the lease 468
agreement has complied with Chapter 4123. of the Revised Code, 469
until, if the builder submitting the lowest and best bid is a 470
foreign corporation, the secretary of state has certified that the 471
corporation is authorized to do business in this state, until, if 472
the builder submitting the lowest and best bid is a person 473
nonresident of this state, the person has filed with the secretary 474
of state a power of attorney designating the secretary of state as 475
its agent for the purpose of accepting service of summons in any 476
action brought under Chapter 4123. of the Revised Code, and until 477
the agreement is submitted to the attorney general and the 478
attorney general's approval is certified thereon. Within thirty 479
days after the day on which the bids are received, the department 480
shall investigate the bids received and shall determine that the 481
bureau and the secretary of state have made the certifications 482
required by this section of the builder who has submitted the 483
lowest and best bid. Within ten days of the completion of the 484
investigation of the bids, the department shall award the lease 485
agreement to the builder who has submitted the lowest and best bid 486
and who has been certified by the bureau and secretary of state as 487
required by this section. If bidding for the lease agreement has 488
been conducted upon the basis of basic plans, specifications, 489
bills of materials, and estimates of costs, upon the award to the 490
builder the department, or the builder with the approval of the 491
department, shall appoint an architect or engineer licensed in 492
this state to prepare such further detailed plans, specifications, 493
and bills of materials as are required to construct the building, 494
structure, or improvement. The department shall adopt such rules 495
as are necessary to give effect to this section. The department 496
may reject any bid. Where there is reason to believe there is 497
collusion or combination among bidders, the bids of those 498
concerned therein shall be rejected.499

       (11) To acquire by purchase, gift, devise, or grant and to 500
transfer, lease, or otherwise dispose of all real property 501
required to assist in the development of a conversion facility as 502
defined in section 5709.30 of the Revised Code as that section 503
existed before its repeal by Amended Substitute House Bill 95 of 504
the 125th general assembly;505

       (12) To lease for a period not to exceed forty years, 506
notwithstanding any other division of this section, the 507
state-owned property located at 408-450 East Town Street, 508
Columbus, Ohio, formerly the state school for the deaf, to a 509
developer in accordance with this section. "Developer," as used in 510
this section, has the same meaning as in section 123.77 of the 511
Revised Code.512

       Such a lease shall be for the purpose of development of the 513
land for use by senior citizens by constructing, altering, 514
renovating, repairing, expanding, and improving the site as it 515
existed on June 25, 1982. A developer desiring to lease the land 516
shall prepare for submission to the department a plan for 517
development. Plans shall include provisions for roads, sewers, 518
water lines, waste disposal, water supply, and similar matters to 519
meet the requirements of state and local laws. The plans shall 520
also include provision for protection of the property by insurance 521
or otherwise, and plans for financing the development, and shall 522
set forth details of the developer's financial responsibility.523

       The department may employ, as employees or consultants, 524
persons needed to assist in reviewing the development plans. Those 525
persons may include attorneys, financial experts, engineers, and 526
other necessary experts. The department shall review the 527
development plans and may enter into a lease if it finds all of 528
the following:529

       (a) The best interests of the state will be promoted by 530
entering into a lease with the developer;531

       (b) The development plans are satisfactory;532

       (c) The developer has established the developer's financial 533
responsibility and satisfactory plans for financing the 534
development.535

       The lease shall contain a provision that construction or 536
renovation of the buildings, roads, structures, and other 537
necessary facilities shall begin within one year after the date of 538
the lease and shall proceed according to a schedule agreed to 539
between the department and the developer or the lease will be 540
terminated. The lease shall contain such conditions and 541
stipulations as the director considers necessary to preserve the 542
best interest of the state. Moneys received by the state pursuant 543
to this lease shall be paid into the general revenue fund. The 544
lease shall provide that at the end of the lease period the 545
buildings, structures, and related improvements shall become the 546
property of the state without cost.547

       (13) To manage the use of space owned and controlled by the 548
department, including space in property under the jurisdiction of 549
the Ohio building authority, by doing all of the following:550

       (a) Biennially implementing, by state agency location, a 551
census of agency employees assigned space;552

        (b) Periodically in the discretion of the director of 553
administrative services:554

       (i) Requiring each state agency to categorize the use of 555
space allotted to the agency between office space, common areas, 556
storage space, and other uses, and to report its findings to the 557
department;558

        (ii) Creating and updating a master space utilization plan 559
for all space allotted to state agencies. The plan shall 560
incorporate space utilization metrics.561

        (iii) Conducting a cost-benefit analysis to determine the 562
effectiveness of state-owned buildings;563

        (iv) Assessing the alternatives associated with consolidating 564
the commercial leases for buildings located in Columbus.565

        (c) Commissioning a comprehensive space utilization and 566
capacity study in order to determine the feasibility of 567
consolidating existing commercially leased space used by state 568
agencies into a new state-owned facility.569

       (14) To adopt rules to ensure that energy efficiency and 570
conservation is considered in the purchase of products and 571
equipment, except motor vehicles, by any state agency, department, 572
division, bureau, office, unit, board, commission, authority, 573
quasi-governmental entity, or institution. The department may 574
require minimum energy efficiency standards for purchased products 575
and equipment based on federal testing and labeling if available 576
or on standards developed by the department. When possible, the 577
rules shall apply to the competitive selection of energy consuming 578
systems, components, and equipment under Chapter 125. of the 579
Revised Code.580

       (15) To ensure energy efficient and energy conserving 581
purchasing practices by doing all of the following:582

       (a) Identifying available energy efficiency and conservation 583
opportunities;584

       (b) Providing for interchange of information among purchasing 585
agencies;586

       (c) Identifying laws, policies, rules, and procedures that 587
should be modified;588

       (d) Monitoring experience with and the cost-effectiveness of 589
this state's purchase and use of motor vehicles and of major 590
energy-consuming systems, components, equipment, and products 591
having a significant impact on energy consumption by the 592
government;593

       (e) Providing technical assistance and training to state 594
employees involved in the purchasing process;595

       (f) Working with the development services agency to make 596
recommendations regarding planning and implementation of 597
purchasing policies and procedures that are supportive of energy 598
efficiency and conservation.599

       (16) To require all state agencies, departments, divisions, 600
bureaus, offices, units, commissions, boards, authorities, 601
quasi-governmental entities, institutions, and state institutions 602
of higher education to implement procedures to ensure that all of 603
the passenger automobiles they acquire in each fiscal year, except 604
for those passenger automobiles acquired for use in law 605
enforcement or emergency rescue work, achieve a fleet average fuel 606
economy of not less than the fleet average fuel economy for that 607
fiscal year as the department shall prescribe by rule. The 608
department shall adopt the rule prior to the beginning of the 609
fiscal year, in accordance with the average fuel economy standards 610
established by federal law for passenger automobiles manufactured 611
during the model year that begins during the fiscal year.612

       Each state agency, department, division, bureau, office, 613
unit, commission, board, authority, quasi-governmental entity, 614
institution, and state institution of higher education shall 615
determine its fleet average fuel economy by dividing the total 616
number of passenger vehicles acquired during the fiscal year, 617
except for those passenger vehicles acquired for use in law 618
enforcement or emergency rescue work, by a sum of terms, each of 619
which is a fraction created by dividing the number of passenger 620
vehicles of a given make, model, and year, except for passenger 621
vehicles acquired for use in law enforcement or emergency rescue 622
work, acquired during the fiscal year by the fuel economy measured 623
by the administrator of the United States environmental protection 624
agency, for the given make, model, and year of vehicle, that 625
constitutes an average fuel economy for combined city and highway 626
driving.627

       As used in division (A)(16) of this section, "acquired" means 628
leased for a period of sixty continuous days or more, or 629
purchased.630

       (B) This section and section 125.02 of the Revised Code shall 631
not interfere with any of the following:632

       (1) The power of the adjutant general to purchase military 633
supplies, or with the custody of the adjutant general of property 634
leased, purchased, or constructed by the state and used for 635
military purposes, or with the functions of the adjutant general 636
as director of state armories;637

       (2) The power of the director of transportation in acquiring 638
rights-of-way for the state highway system, or the leasing of 639
lands for division or resident district offices, or the leasing of 640
lands or buildings required in the maintenance operations of the 641
department of transportation, or the purchase of real property for 642
garage sites or division or resident district offices, or in 643
preparing plans and specifications for and constructing such 644
buildings as the director may require in the administration of the 645
department;646

       (3) The power of the director of public safety and the 647
registrar of motor vehicles to purchase or lease real property and 648
buildings to be used solely as locations to which a deputy 649
registrar is assigned pursuant to division (B) of section 4507.011 650
of the Revised Code and from which the deputy registrar is to 651
conduct the deputy registrar's business, the power of the director 652
of public safety to purchase or lease real property and buildings 653
to be used as locations for division or district offices as 654
required in the maintenance of operations of the department of 655
public safety, and the power of the superintendent of the state 656
highway patrol in the purchase or leasing of real property and 657
buildings needed by the patrol, to negotiate the sale of real 658
property owned by the patrol, to rent or lease real property owned 659
or leased by the patrol, and to make or cause to be made repairs 660
to all property owned or under the control of the patrol;661

       (4) The power of the division of liquor control in the 662
leasing or purchasing of retail outlets and warehouse facilities 663
for the use of the division;664

       (5) The power of the director of development services to 665
enter into leases of real property, buildings, and office space to 666
be used solely as locations for the state's foreign offices to 667
carry out the purposes of section 122.05 of the Revised Code;668

       (6) The power of the director of environmental protection to 669
enter into environmental covenants, to grant and accept easements, 670
or to sell property pursuant to division (G) of section 3745.01 of 671
the Revised Code.672

       (C) Purchases for, and the custody and repair of, buildings 673
under the management and control of the capitol square review and 674
advisory board, the opportunities for Ohioans with disabilities 675
agency, the bureau of workers' compensation, or the departments of 676
public safety, job and family services, mental health and 677
addiction services, developmental disabilities, and rehabilitation 678
and correction; buildings of educational and benevolent 679
institutions under the management and control of boards of 680
trustees; and purchases or leases for, and the custody and repair 681
of, office space used for the purposes of the joint legislative 682
ethics committee are not subject to the control and jurisdiction 683
of the department of administrative services.684

       If the joint legislative ethics committee so requests, the 685
committee and the director of administrative services may enter 686
into a contract under which the department of administrative 687
services agrees to perform any services requested by the committee 688
that the department is authorized under this section to perform.689

       (D) Any instrument by which real property is acquired 690
pursuant to this section shall identify the agency of the state 691
that has the use and benefit of the real property as specified in 692
section 5301.012 of the Revised Code.693

       Sec. 125.29. CHILD CARE SERVICES694

       Notwithstanding section 125.28 of the Revised Code, the695
Departmentdepartment of Administrative Servicesadministrative 696
services may operate or contract for child care services in any697
building owned or maintained by the Ohio Building Authority (OBA), 698
any facility owned or maintained by the Department of 699
Administrative Services,department or any other state agency if 700
the Directordirector of Administrative Servicesadministrative 701
services determines such space is available; such space shall be 702
used to provide child care services to a group of individuals of 703
whom at least 50fifty per cent are Statestate of Ohio employees; 704
and priority for such child care services will be given to State705
state of Ohio employees even if it results in the displacement of 706
non-state employees.707

       If the Department of Administrative Servicesdepartment708
allots space in a non-OBA controlled facility controlled by it for 709
the provision of child care services, such space may be provided 710
without charge for rent or services. For the purpose of this 711
section, "services" includes the provision of lighting, heating, 712
cooling, electricity, maintenance, security systems, or any other 713
utility type services. The Director of Administrative Services714
director shall adopt rules governing the operation of such child 715
care services.716

       Sec. 126.03.  (A) The director of budget and management 717
shall:718

       (1) Prepare biennially a capital plan and, with the 719
concurrence of the governor, submit it to the general assembly. 720
The capital plan shall contain recommendations as to the 721
acquisition of real estate and the construction of public 722
improvements. The capital plan shall extend through a period of at 723
least six years in the future and shall identify the projects 724
which should be undertaken in each biennium of the period through 725
which the plan extends, together with estimated costs of all such 726
recommended projects.727

       (2) Require biennially, from the chief administrative 728
authorities of affected state agencies, their recommendations as 729
to the acquisition of real estate and construction of public 730
improvements which will be needed through a period of at least six 731
years in the future, together with a description of each proposed 732
public improvement and the estimated capacity of the improvement 733
in terms of its proposed use, a demonstration of the need for the 734
real estate or public improvement, the benefits in governmental 735
operations expected to result from the acquisition or 736
construction, the state agencies which will occupy or control the 737
real estate or improvement, and the location of the real estate or 738
public improvement. The director shall evaluate such recommended 739
projects as to their validity and as to the comparative degree of 740
need among them; notify the chief administrative authorities of 741
the recommending agencies of the action taken on each such 742
recommendation; and consult with and seek the recommendations of 743
the chief administrative authorities of the affected agencies on 744
all projects being considered for inclusion in the capital plan, 745
whether originally proposed by the director of budget and 746
management or by a state agency.747

       (3) At the request and with the concurrence of the governor, 748
prepare and recommend to the general assembly a biennial capital 749
budget that includes the recommendations of the director as to 750
projects to be undertaken or revised during the fiscal biennium 751
following the latest biennium for which a capital appropriations 752
act was enacted. The capital budget shall include all projects 753
which the director considers to be necessary and feasible, whether 754
originally proposed by the director or by a state agency.755

       (B) In the capital plan and capital budget prepared under 756
this section, the director of budget and management shall not 757
provide for the acquisition of rights-of-way for, construction of, 758
or reconstruction of transportation facilities by the director of 759
transportation, other than transportation facilities financed by 760
the Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state. Division (A)(2) of 761
this section does not require the director of transportation to 762
provide to the director of budget and management recommendations 763
for the acquisition of rights-of-way for, construction of, or 764
reconstruction of transportation facilities, other than 765
transportation facilities financed by the Ohio building authority766
treasurer of state.767

       Sec. 126.11.  (A)(1) The director of budget and management 768
shall, upon consultation with the treasurer of state, coordinate 769
and approve the scheduling of initial sales of publicly offered 770
securities of the state and of publicly offered fractionalized 771
interests in or securitized issues of public obligations of the 772
state. The director shall from time to time develop and distribute 773
to state issuers an approved sale schedule for each of the 774
obligations covered by division (A) or (B) of this section. 775
Division (A) of this section applies only to those obligations on 776
which the state or a state agency is the direct obligor or obligor 777
on any backup security or related credit enhancement facility or 778
source of money subject to state appropriations that is intended 779
for payment of those obligations.780

       (2) The issuers of obligations pursuant to section 151.03, 781
151.04, 151.05, 151.07, 151.08, or 151.09 or Chapter 152. or 5537. 782
of the Revised Code shall submit to the director:783

       (a) For review and approval: the projected sale date, amount, 784
and type of obligations proposed to be sold; their purpose, 785
security, and source of payment; the proposed structure and 786
maturity schedule; the trust agreement and any supplemental 787
agreements; and any credit enhancement facilities or interest rate 788
hedges for the obligations;789

       (b) For review and comment: the authorizing order or 790
resolution; preliminary and final offering documents; method of 791
sale; preliminary and final pricing information; and any written 792
reports or recommendations of financial advisors or consultants 793
relating to those obligations;794

       (c) Promptly after each sale of those obligations: final 795
terms, including sale price, maturity schedule and yields, and 796
sources and uses; names of the original purchasers or 797
underwriters; a copy of the final offering document and of the 798
transcript of proceedings; and any other pertinent information 799
requested by the director.800

       (3) The issuer of obligations pursuant to section 151.06 or 801
151.40 or Chapter 154. of the Revised Code shall submit to the 802
director:803

       (a) For review and mutual agreement: the projected sale date, 804
amount, and type of obligations proposed to be sold; their 805
purpose, security, and source of payment; the proposed structure 806
and maturity schedule; the trust agreement and any supplemental 807
agreements; and any credit enhancement facilities or interest rate 808
hedges for the obligations;809

       (b) For review and comment: the authorizing order or 810
resolution; preliminary and final offering documents; method of 811
sale; preliminary and final pricing information; and any written 812
reports or recommendations of financial advisors or consultants 813
relating to those obligations;814

       (c) Promptly after each sale of those obligations: final 815
terms, including sale price, maturity schedule and yields, and 816
sources and uses; names of the original purchasers or 817
underwriters; a copy of the final offering document and of the 818
transcript of proceedings; and any other pertinent information 819
requested by the director.820

       (4) The issuers of obligations pursuant to Chapter 166., 821
4981., 5540., or 6121., or section 5531.10, of the Revised Code 822
shall submit to the director:823

       (a) For review and comment: the projected sale date, amount, 824
and type of obligations proposed to be sold; the purpose, 825
security, and source of payment; and preliminary and final 826
offering documents;827

       (b) Promptly after each sale of those obligations: final 828
terms, including a maturity schedule; names of the original 829
purchasers or underwriters; a copy of the complete continuing 830
disclosure agreement pursuant to S.E.C. rule 15c2-12 or equivalent 831
rule as from time to time in effect; and any other pertinent 832
information requested by the director.833

       (5) Not later than thirty days after the end of a fiscal 834
year, each issuer of obligations subject to divisions (A) and (B) 835
of this section shall submit to the director and to the treasurer 836
of state a sale plan for the then current fiscal year for each 837
type of obligation, projecting the amount and term of each 838
issuance, the method of sale, and the month of sale.839

       (B) Issuers of obligations pursuant to section 3318.085 or 840
Chapter 175., 3366., 3706., 3737., 6121., or 6123. of the Revised 841
Code shall submit to the director copies of the preliminary and 842
final offering documents upon their availability if not previously 843
submitted pursuant to division (A) of this section.844

       (C) Not later than the first day of January of each year, 845
every state agency obligated to make payments on outstanding 846
public obligations with respect to which fractionalized interests 847
have been publicly issued, such as certificates of participation, 848
shall submit a report to the director of the amounts payable from 849
state appropriations under those public obligations during the 850
then current and next two fiscal years, identifying the 851
appropriation or intended appropriation from which payment is 852
expected to be made.853

       (D)(1) Information relating generally to the historic, 854
current, or future demographics or economy or financial condition 855
or funds or general operations of the state, and descriptions of 856
any state contractual obligations relating to public obligations, 857
to be contained in any offering document, continuing disclosure 858
document, or written presentation prepared, approved, or provided, 859
or committed to be provided, by an issuer in connection with the 860
original issuance and sale of, or rating, remarketing, or credit 861
enhancement facilities relating to, public obligations referred to 862
in division (A) of this section shall be approved as to format and 863
accuracy by the director before being presented, published, or 864
disseminated in preliminary, draft, or final form, or publicly 865
filed in paper, electronic, or other format.866

       (2) Except for information described in division (D)(1) of 867
this section that is to be contained in an offering document, 868
continuing disclosure document, or written presentation, division 869
(D)(1) of this section does not inhibit direct communication 870
between an issuer and a rating agency, remarketing agent, or 871
credit enhancement provider concerning an issuance of public 872
obligations referred to in division (A) of this section or matters 873
associated with that issuance.874

       (3) The materials approved and provided pursuant to division 875
(D) of this section are the information relating to the particular 876
subjects provided by the state or state agencies that are required 877
or contemplated by any applicable state or federal securities laws 878
and any commitments by the state or state agencies made under 879
those laws. Reliance for the purpose should not be placed on any 880
other information publicly provided, in any format including 881
electronic, by any state agency for other purposes, including 882
general information provided to the public or to portions of the 883
public. A statement to that effect shall be included in those 884
materials so approved or provided.885

       (E) Issuers of obligations referred to in division (A) of 886
this section may take steps, by formal agreement, covenants in the 887
proceedings, or otherwise, as may be necessary or appropriate to 888
comply or permit compliance with applicable lawful disclosure 889
requirements relating to those obligations, and may, subject to 890
division (D) of this section, provide, make available, or file 891
copies of any required disclosure materials as necessary or 892
appropriate. Any such formal agreement or covenant relating to 893
subjects referred to in division (D) of this section, and any 894
description of that agreement or covenant to be contained in any 895
offering document, shall be approved by the director before being 896
entered into or published or publicly disseminated in preliminary, 897
draft, or final form or publicly filed in paper, electronic, or 898
other format. The director shall be responsible for making all 899
filings in compliance with those requirements relating to direct 900
obligations of the state, including fractionalized interests in 901
those obligations.902

       (F) No state agency or official shall, without the approval 903
of the director of budget and management and either the general 904
assembly or the state controlling board, do either of the 905
following:906

       (1) Enter into or commit to enter into a public obligation 907
under which fractionalized interests in the payments are to be 908
publicly offered, which payments are anticipated to be made from 909
money from any source appropriated or to be appropriated by the 910
general assembly or in which the provision stated in section 9.94 911
of the Revised Code is not included;912

       (2) Except as otherwise expressly authorized for the purpose 913
by law, agree or commit to provide, from money from any source to 914
be appropriated in the future by the general assembly, financial 915
assistance to or participation in the costs of capital facilities, 916
or the payment of debt charges, directly or by way of a credit 917
enhancement facility, a reserve, rental payments, or otherwise, on 918
obligations issued to pay costs of capital facilities.919

       (G) As used in this section, "interest rate hedge" has the 920
same meaning as in section 9.98 of the Revised Code; "credit 921
enhancement facilities," "debt charges," "fractionalized interests 922
in public obligations," "obligor," "public issuer," and 923
"securities" have the same meanings as in section 133.01 of the 924
Revised Code; "public obligation" has the same meaning as in 925
division (GG)(2) of section 133.01 of the Revised Code; 926
"obligations" means securities or public obligations or 927
fractionalized interests in them; "issuers" means issuers of 928
securities or state obligors on public obligations; "offering 929
document" means an official statement, offering circular, private 930
placement memorandum, or prospectus, or similar document; and 931
"director" means the director of budget and management or the 932
employee of the office of budget and management designated by the 933
director for the purpose.934

       Sec. 154.06.  In connection with capital facilities financed 935
pursuant to this chapter and authorization by the general 936
assembly, the commission may:937

       (A) Acquire by appropriation, subject to Chapter 163. of the 938
Revised Code, or by gift, grant, lease, or purchase, or 939
combination thereof, and hold, lease, and dispose of real estate 940
and interests therein and personal property for the purposes of941
Chapter 154. of the Revised Codethis chapter;942

       (B) Acquire, purchase, construct, reconstruct, equip, 943
furnish, improve, alter, enlarge, remodel, renovate, rehabilitate, 944
maintain, repair, and operate capital facilities for the purposes 945
set forth in Chapter 154. of the Revised Codethis chapter;946

       (C) Enter into agreements with the director of administrative 947
services providing for the director to acquire by appropriation, 948
subject to Chapter 163. of the Revised Code, real estate and 949
interests therein on behalf of the commission for the purposes of 950
Chapter 154. of the Revised Codethis chapter and the director may 951
enter into such agreements and appropriate pursuant thereto;952

       (D) Enter into leases or other agreements with governmental 953
agencies upon such terms as are mutually satisfactory, which may 954
include provisions, among others, for rental payments commencing 955
at or at any time after execution of such lease and before 956
completion of the capital facilities leased thereby, provisions 957
relating to the disposition of such capital facilities, and 958
provisions, if determined by the commission, for waiver of rights 959
of repossession by the commission; and such governmental agencies 960
may enter into such leases and agreements with the commission and 961
into subleases and agreements between governmental agencies 962
pertaining to capital facilities financed by the commission963
pursuant to this chapter, upon terms and conditions mutually 964
satisfactory to the parties and without competitive bidding, and 965
any agreement of such governmental agency to make rental, use, or 966
other payments or payment of purchase price, in installments or 967
otherwise, or repayments to or at the direction of the commission, 968
and the obligations shall not be deemed to constitute 969
indebtedness, bonded or otherwise, or bonds, notes, or other 970
evidence of indebtedness of such governmental agency for the 971
purpose of Chapter 133. of the Revised Code or any other purpose; 972
such lease and agreements requiring payments beyond the current 973
year are continuing contracts for the purposes of sections 5705.41 974
and 5705.44 of the Revised Code;975

       (E) Contract for the services of financial consultants, 976
appraisers, consulting engineers, architects, construction and 977
accounting experts, and other consultants and independent 978
contractors, as are necessary in its judgment to carry out its 979
functions and responsibilities under Chapter 154. of the Revised 980
Codethis chapter;981

       (F) Enter into agreements with one or more governmental 982
agencies or any combination thereof for the management or general 983
custodial care and supervision of capital facilities, and such 984
governmental agencies are authorized to enter into such agreements 985
with the commission upon terms and conditions mutually 986
satisfactory to the parties;987

       (G) Borrow money or accept advances, loans, gifts, grants, 988
devises, or bequests from, and enter into contracts or agreements 989
therefor with, any governmental agency or person, and hold and 990
apply advances, loans, gifts, grants, devises, or bequests, and 991
the capital facilities to which the same relate, according to the 992
terms thereof, which advances, loans, gifts, grants, or devises 993
may, as to real estate be in fee simple or of any lesser estate 994
and may be subject to reasonable reservations, and which advances 995
or loans received from any governmental agency or person may be 996
repaid in accordance with the terms of such advance or loan;997

       (H) Enter into agreements or arrangements with the 998
appropriate governmental agency for the planning and installation 999
of streets, roads, alleys, public parks and recreation areas, 1000
public utility facilities, and other necessary appurtenances to 1001
its capital facilities;1002

       (I) Purchase or provide for fire and extended coverage 1003
insurance for its property and such other insurance the commission 1004
may agree to provide under applicable bond proceedings;1005

       (J) Enter into contracts and execute all instruments 1006
necessary or incidental to the performance of its duties and the 1007
execution of its powers and do all other acts necessary or proper 1008
to the fulfillment of its purposes and to carry out the powers 1009
expressly granted in Chapter 154. of the Revised Codethis 1010
chapter.1011

       Any instrument by which real property is acquired pursuant to 1012
this section shall identify the agency of the state that has the 1013
use and benefit of the real property as specified in section 1014
5301.012 of the Revised Code.1015

       Sec. 154.24.  (A) In addition to the definitions provided in 1016
section 154.01 of the Revised Code:1017

       (1) "Capital facilities" includes, for purposes of this 1018
section, storage and parking facilities related to such capital 1019
facilities.1020

       (2) "Costs of capital facilities" includes, for purposes of 1021
this section, the costs of assessing, planning, and altering 1022
capital facilities, and the financing thereof, all related direct 1023
administrative expenses and allocable portions of direct costs of 1024
lessee state agencies, and all other expenses necessary or 1025
incident to the assessment, planning, alteration, maintenance, 1026
equipment, or furnishing of capital facilities and the placing of 1027
the same in use and operation, including any one, part of, or 1028
combination of such classes of costs and expenses.1029

       (3) "Governmental agency" includes, for purposes of this 1030
section, any state of the United States or any department, 1031
division, or agency of any state.1032

       (4) "State agency" includes, for purposes of this section, 1033
branches, authorities, courts, the general assembly, counties, 1034
municipal corporations, and any other governmental entities of 1035
this state that enter into leases with the commission pursuant to 1036
this section or that are designated by law as state agencies for 1037
the purpose of performing a state function that is to be housed by 1038
a capital facility for which the issuing authority is authorized 1039
to issue revenue obligations pursuant to this section.1040

       (B) Subject to authorization by the general assembly under 1041
section 154.02 of the Revised Code, the issuing authority may 1042
issue obligations pursuant to this chapter to pay costs of capital 1043
facilities for housing branches and agencies of state government, 1044
including capital facilities for the purpose of housing personnel, 1045
equipment, or functions, or any combination thereof that a state 1046
agency is responsible for housing, including obligations to pay 1047
the costs of capital facilities described in section 307.021 of 1048
the Revised Code, and the costs of capital facilities in which one 1049
or more state agencies are participating with the federal 1050
government, municipal corporations, counties, or other 1051
governmental entities, or any one or more of them, and in which 1052
that portion of the facility allocated to the participating state 1053
agencies is to be used for the purpose of housing branches and 1054
agencies of state government including housing personnel, 1055
equipment, or functions, or any combination thereof. Such 1056
participation may be by grants, loans, or contributions to other 1057
participating governmental agencies for any of those capital 1058
facilities. 1059

       (C) The commission may lease any capital facilities for 1060
housing branches and agencies of state government to, and make or 1061
provide for other agreements with respect to the use or purchase 1062
of such capital facilities with, any state agency or governmental 1063
agency having authority under law to operate such capital 1064
facilities.1065

       (D)(1) For purposes of this division, "available receipts" 1066
means fees, charges, revenues, grants, subsidies, income from the 1067
investment of moneys, proceeds from the sale of goods or services, 1068
and all other revenues or receipts derived from the operation, 1069
leasing, or other disposition of capital facilities financed with 1070
obligations issued under this section or received by or on behalf 1071
of any state agency for which capital facilities are financed with 1072
obligations issued under this section or any state agency 1073
participating in or by which the capital facilities are 1074
constructed or financed; the proceeds of obligations issued under 1075
this section and sectionssection 154.11 or 154.12 of the Revised 1076
Code; and any moneys appropriated by a governmental agency, and 1077
gifts, grants, donations, and pledges, and receipts therefrom, 1078
available for the payment of bond service charges on such 1079
obligations. 1080

       (2) The issuing authority may pledge all, or such portion as 1081
it determines, of the available receipts to the payment of bond 1082
service charges on obligations issued under this section and 1083
section 154.11 or 154.12 of the Revised Code and for the 1084
establishment and maintenance of any reserves, as provided in the 1085
bond proceedings, and make other provisions therein with respect 1086
to such available receipts as authorized by this chapter, which 1087
provisions shall be controlling notwithstanding any other 1088
provision of law pertaining thereto.1089

       (E) There are hereby created in the custody of the treasurer 1090
of state, but separate and apart from and not a part of the state 1091
treasury, the administrative facilities bond service trust fund, 1092
the adult correctional facilities bond service trust fund, the 1093
juvenile correctional facilities bond service trust fund, the 1094
transportation facilities bond service trust fund, and the public 1095
safety bond service trust fund. All money received by or on 1096
account of the issuing authority or the commission and required by 1097
the applicable bond proceedings to be deposited, transferred, or 1098
credited to any of these funds, and all other money transferred or 1099
allocated to or received for the purposes of any of these funds, 1100
shall be deposited with the treasurer of state and credited to 1101
such fund, subject to applicable provisions of the bond 1102
proceedings, but without necessity for any act or appropriation. 1103
These bond service funds are trust funds and are hereby pledged to 1104
the payment of bond service charges on the applicable obligations 1105
issued pursuant to this section and section 154.11 or 154.12 of 1106
the Revised Code to the extent provided in the applicable bond 1107
proceedings, and payment thereof from such funds shall be made or 1108
provided for by the treasurer of state in accordance with such 1109
bond proceedings without necessity for any act or appropriation.1110

       (F) There are hereby created in the state treasury the 1111
administrative building fund, the adult correctional building 1112
fund, the juvenile correctional building fund, the transportation 1113
building fund, and the public safety building fund. Subject to the 1114
bond proceedings therefor, the proceeds of the sale of obligations 1115
pursuant to this section shall be credited to the appropriate 1116
fund, except that any accrued interest shall be credited to the 1117
appropriate bond service trust fund created pursuant to this 1118
section. These funds may also consist of gifts, grants, 1119
appropriated money, and other sums and securities received to the 1120
credit of such fund. All investment earnings of each fund shall be 1121
credited to the fund. The funds shall be applied to pay the costs 1122
of capital facilities as defined in this section and set forth in 1123
the bond proceedings.1124

       (G) This section is to be applied with other applicable 1125
provisions of this chapter.1126

       Sec. 307.021.  (A) It is hereby declared to be a public 1127
purpose and function of the state, and a matter of urgent 1128
necessity, that the state acquire, construct, or renovate capital 1129
facilities for use as county, multicounty, municipal-county, and 1130
multicounty-municipal jail facilities or workhouses, as 1131
single-county or district community-based correctional facilities 1132
authorized under section 2301.51 of the Revised Code, as minimum 1133
security misdemeanant jails under sections 341.34 and 753.21 of 1134
the Revised Code, and as single-county or joint-county juvenile 1135
facilities authorized under section 2151.65 of the Revised Code in 1136
order to comply with constitutional standards and laws for the 1137
incarceration of alleged and convicted offenders against state and 1138
local laws, and for use as county family court centers. For these 1139
purposes, counties and municipal corporations are designated as 1140
state agencies to perform duties of the state in relation to such 1141
facilities, workhouses, jails, and centers, and such facilities, 1142
workhouses, jails, and centers are designated as state capital 1143
facilities. The Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state is 1144
authorized to issue revenue obligations under sections 152.09 to 1145
152.33Chapter 154. of the Revised Code to pay all or part of the 1146
cost of such state capital facilities as are designated by law.1147

       The office of the sheriff, due to its responsibilities 1148
concerning alleged and convicted offenders against state laws, is 1149
designated as the state agency having jurisdiction over such jail, 1150
workhouse, community-based correctional, or county minimum 1151
security misdemeanant jail capital facilities in any one county or 1152
over any district community-based correctional facilities. The 1153
corrections commission, due to its responsibilities in relation to 1154
such offenders, is designated as the state agency having 1155
jurisdiction over any such multicounty, municipal-county, or 1156
multicounty-municipal jail, workhouse, or correctional capital 1157
facilities. The office of the chief of police or marshal of a 1158
municipal corporation, due to its responsibilities concerning 1159
certain alleged and convicted criminal offenders, is designated as 1160
the state agency having jurisdiction over any such municipal 1161
corporation minimum security misdemeanant jail capital facilities 1162
in the municipal corporation. The juvenile court, as defined in 1163
section 2151.011 of the Revised Code, is designated as the branch 1164
of state government having jurisdiction over any such family court 1165
center or single-county or joint-county juvenile capital 1166
facilities. It is hereby determined and declared that such capital 1167
facilities are for the purpose of housing such state agencies, 1168
their functions, equipment, and personnel.1169

       (B) The capital facilities provided for in this section may 1170
be included in capital facilities in which one or more 1171
governmental entities are participating or in which other 1172
facilities of the county or counties, or any municipal 1173
corporations, are included pursuant to division (B) of section 1174
152.31 or 152.33154.24 of the Revised Code or in an agreement 1175
between any county or counties and any municipal corporation or 1176
municipal corporations for participating in the joint 1177
construction, acquisition, or improvement of public works, public 1178
buildings, or improvements benefiting the parties in the same 1179
manner as set forth in section 153.61 of the Revised Code.1180

       (C) A county or counties or a municipal corporation or 1181
municipal corporations may contribute to the cost of capital 1182
facilities authorized under this section.1183

       (D) A county or counties, and any municipal corporations, 1184
shall lease capital facilities described in this section that are 1185
constructed, reconstructed, or otherwise improved, orwhich 1186
facilities are financed by the Ohio building authoritytreasurer 1187
of state pursuant to sections 152.09 to 152.33Chapter 154. of the 1188
Revised Code, for the use of the county or counties and any 1189
municipal corporations, and may enter into other agreements 1190
ancillary to the construction, reconstruction, improvement, 1191
financing, leasing, or operation of such capital facilities, 1192
including, but not limited to, any agreements required by the 1193
applicable bond proceedings authorized by sections 152.09 to 1194
152.33Chapter 154. of the Revised Code.1195

       Such lease may obligate the county or counties and any 1196
municipal corporation, as using state agencies under Chapter 152.1197
154. of the Revised Code, to occupy and operate such capital 1198
facilities for such period of time as may be specified by law and 1199
to pay such rent as the authoritytreasurer of state determines to 1200
be appropriate. Notwithstanding any other section of the Revised 1201
Code, any county or counties or municipal corporation may enter 1202
into such a lease, and any such lease is legally sufficient to 1203
obligate the political subdivision for the term stated in the 1204
lease. Any such lease constitutes an agreement described in 1205
division (E)(D) of section 152.24154.06 of the Revised Code.1206

       (E) If rental payments required from the county or counties 1207
or municipal corporation by a lease established pursuant to this 1208
section are not paid in accordance with such lease, the funds 1209
which otherwise would be apportioned to the lessees from the 1210
county undivided local government fund, pursuant to sections 1211
5747.51 to 5747.53 of the Revised Code, shall be reduced by the 1212
amount of rent payable to the authorityowed. The county treasurer 1213
immediately shall pay the amount of such reductions to the1214
authoritytreasurer of state.1215

       (F) Any lease of capital facilities authorized by this 1216
section, the rentals of which are payable in whole or in part from 1217
appropriations made by the general assembly, is governed by1218
division (D) of section 152.24Chapter 154. of the Revised Code. 1219
Such rentals constitute available receipts as defined in section 1220
152.09154.24 of the Revised Code and may be pledged for the 1221
payment of bond service charges as provided in that section 152.10 1222
of the Revised Code.1223

       (G) Any provision of section 152.21, 152.22, or 152.26123.011224
of the Revised Code that applies to buildings and facilities1225
described in section 152.19 of the Revised Code also applies to 1226
the buildings and facilities described in this section, unless it 1227
is inconsistent with this section.1228

       Sec. 307.022.  (A) The board of county commissioners of any 1229
county may do both of the following without following the 1230
competitive bidding requirements of section 307.86 of the Revised 1231
Code:1232

       (1) Enter into a lease, including a lease with an option to 1233
purchase, of correctional facilities for a term not in excess of 1234
forty years. Before entering into the lease, the board shall 1235
publish, once a week for three consecutive weeks in a newspaper of 1236
general circulation in the county or as provided in section 7.16 1237
of the Revised Code, a notice that the board is accepting 1238
proposals for a lease pursuant to this division. The notice shall 1239
state the date before which the proposals are required to be 1240
submitted in order to be considered by the board.1241

       (2) Subject to compliance with this section, grant leases, 1242
easements, and licenses with respect to, or sell, real property 1243
owned by the county if the real property is to be leased back by 1244
the county for use as correctional facilities.1245

       The lease under division (A)(1) of this section shall require 1246
the county to contract, in accordance with Chapter 153., sections 1247
307.86 to 307.92, and Chapter 4115. of the Revised Code, for the 1248
construction, improvement, furnishing, and equipping of 1249
correctional facilities to be leased pursuant to this section. 1250
Prior to the board's execution of the lease, it may require the 1251
lessor under the lease to cause sufficient money to be made 1252
available to the county to enable the county to comply with the 1253
certification requirements of division (D) of section 5705.41 of 1254
the Revised Code.1255

       A lease entered into pursuant to division (A)(1) of this 1256
section by a board may provide for the county to maintain and 1257
repair the correctional facility during the term of the leasehold, 1258
may provide for the county to make rental payments prior to or 1259
after occupation of the correctional facilities by the county, and 1260
may provide for the board to obtain and maintain any insurance 1261
that the lessor may require, including, but not limited to, public 1262
liability, casualty, builder's risk, and business interruption 1263
insurance. The obligations incurred under a lease entered into 1264
pursuant to division (A)(1) of this section shall not be 1265
considered to be within the debt limitations of section 133.07 of 1266
the Revised Code.1267

       (B) The correctional facilities leased under division (A)(1) 1268
of this section may include any or all of the following:1269

       (1) Facilities in which one or more other governmental 1270
entities are participating or in which other facilities of the 1271
county are included;1272

       (2) Facilities acquired, constructed, or renovated by or on 1273
behalf of the department of rehabilitation and correction or the 1274
department of administrative services, or financed by the Ohio 1275
building authoritytreasurer of state, and leased to the county 1276
pursuant to section 307.021 of the Revised Code;1277

       (3) Correctional facilities that are under construction or 1278
have been completed and for which no permanent financing has been 1279
arranged.1280

       (C) As used in this section:1281

       (1) "Correctional facilities" includes, but is not limited 1282
to, jails, detention facilities, workhouses, community-based 1283
correctional facilities, and family court centers.1284

       (2) "Construction" has the same meaning as in division (B) of 1285
section 4115.03 of the Revised Code.1286

       Sec. 5120.102.  As used in sections 5120.102 to 5120.105 of 1287
the Revised Code:1288

       (A) "Private, nonprofit organization" means a private 1289
association, organization, corporation, or other entity that is 1290
exempt from federal income taxation under section 501(a) and is 1291
described in section 501(c) of the "Internal Revenue Code of 1292
1986," 100 Stat. 2085, 26 U.S.C.A. 501, as amended.1293

       (B) "Governmental agency" means a state agency; a municipal 1294
corporation, county, township, other political subdivision or 1295
special district in this state established by or pursuant to law, 1296
or a combination of those political subdivisions or special 1297
districts; the United States or a department, division, or agency 1298
of the United States; or an agency, commission, or authority 1299
established pursuant to an interstate compact or agreement.1300

       (C) "State agency" means the state or one of its branches, 1301
offices, boards, commissions, authorities, departments, divisions, 1302
or other units or agencies of the state.1303

       (D) "Halfway house organization" means a private, nonprofit 1304
organization or a governmental agency that provides programs or 1305
activities in areas directly concerned with housing and monitoring 1306
offenders who are under the community supervision of the 1307
department of rehabilitation and correction or whom a court places 1308
in a halfway house pursuant to section 2929.16 or 2929.26 of the 1309
Revised Code.1310

       (E) "Halfway house facility" means a capital facility in this 1311
state to which all of the following apply:1312

       (1) The construction of the capital facility is authorized or 1313
funded by the general assembly pursuant to division (C) of section 1314
5120.105 of the Revised Code.1315

       (2) The state owns or has a sufficient real property interest 1316
in the capital facility or in the site of the capital facility for 1317
a period of not less than the greater of the useful life of the 1318
capital facility, as determined by the director of budget and 1319
management using the guidelines for maximum maturities as provided 1320
under divisions (B), (C), and (E) of section 133.20 of the Revised 1321
Code and certified to the department of rehabilitation and 1322
correction and the Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state, or 1323
the final maturity of obligations issued by the Ohio building 1324
authoritytreasurer of state to finance the capital facility.1325

       (3) The capital facility is managed directly by, or by 1326
contract with, the department of rehabilitation and correction and 1327
is used for housing offenders who are under the community 1328
supervision of the department of rehabilitation and correction or 1329
whom a court places in a halfway house pursuant to section 2929.16 1330
or 2929.26 of the Revised Code.1331

       (F) "Construction" includes acquisition, demolition, 1332
reconstruction, alteration, renovation, remodeling, enlargement, 1333
improvement, site improvements, and related equipping and 1334
furnishing.1335

       (G) "General building services" means general building 1336
services for a halfway house facility that include, but are not 1337
limited to, general custodial care, security, maintenance, repair, 1338
painting, decoration, cleaning, utilities, fire safety, grounds 1339
and site maintenance and upkeep, and plumbing.1340

       (H) "Manage," "operate," or "management" means the provision 1341
of, or the exercise of control over the provision of, activities 1342
that relate to the housing of offenders in correctional 1343
facilities, including, but not limited to, providing for release 1344
services for offenders who are under the community supervision of 1345
the department of rehabilitation and correction or are placed by a 1346
court in a halfway house pursuant to section 2929.16 or 2929.26 of 1347
the Revised Code, and who reside in halfway house facilities.1348

       Sec. 5120.104.  (A) It is hereby declared to be a public 1349
purpose and an essential governmental function of the state that 1350
the department of rehabilitation and correction, in the name of 1351
the state and for the use and benefit of the department, purchase, 1352
acquire, construct, own, lease, or sublease capital facilities or 1353
sites for capital facilities for use as halfway house facilities.1354

       (B) The director of rehabilitation and correction may lease 1355
or sublease capital facilities or sites for capital facilities 1356
under division (A) of this section to or from, and may make any 1357
other agreement with respect to the purchase, construction, 1358
management, or operation of those capital facilities with, a 1359
halfway house organization or the Ohio building authoritypublic 1360
facilities commission, the department of administrative services, 1361
or any other state agency having authority over that function. The 1362
director may make any lease, sublease, or other agreement under 1363
this division without the necessity for advertisement, auction, 1364
competitive bidding, court order, or other action or formality 1365
otherwise required by law. Notwithstanding any other provision of 1366
the Revised Code, the director shall make each lease or sublease 1367
to or from the Ohio building authoritypublic facilities 1368
commission or halfway house organization in accordance with 1369
division (D) of section 152.24Chapter 154. of the Revised Code.1370

       (C) The director, by a sale, lease, sublease, release, or 1371
other agreement, may dispose of real or personal property or a 1372
lesser interest in real or personal property that is held or owned 1373
by the state for the use and benefit of the department, if the 1374
department does not need the property or interest for its 1375
purposes. The department shall make a sale, lease, sublease, 1376
release, or other agreement under this division upon the terms 1377
that it determines, subject to the approval by the governor in the 1378
case of a sale, lease, sublease, release, or other agreement 1379
regarding real property or an interest in real property. The 1380
director may make a lease, sublease, or other grant of use of 1381
property or an interest in property under this division without 1382
the necessity for advertisement, auction, competitive bidding, 1383
court order, or other action or formality otherwise required by 1384
law.1385

       (D) The director may grant an easement or other interest in 1386
real property held by the state for the use and benefit of the 1387
department if that easement or interest will not interfere with 1388
the use of the property as a halfway house facility.1389

       (E) All property purchased, acquired, constructed, owned, 1390
leased, or subleased by the department in the exercise of its 1391
powers and duties are public property used exclusively for a 1392
public purpose, and that property and the income derived by the 1393
department from the property are exempt from all taxation within 1394
this state, including without limitation, ad valorem and excise 1395
taxes.1396

       Sec. 5120.29.  (A) There is hereby created, in the state 1397
treasury, the institutional services fund, which shall be used for 1398
the:1399

       (1) Purchase of material, supplies, and equipment and the 1400
erection and extension of buildings used in services provided 1401
between institutions of the department of rehabilitation and 1402
correction;1403

       (2) Payment of compensation to employees necessary to carry 1404
on institutional services;1405

       (3) Payment of prisoners confined in state correctional 1406
institutions a portion of their earnings in accordance with rules 1407
adopted pursuant to section 5145.03 of the Revised Code.1408

       (B) There is hereby created, in the state treasury, the Ohio 1409
penal industries manufacturing fund, which shall be used for the:1410

       (1) Purchase of material, supplies, and equipment and the 1411
erection and extension of buildings used in manufacturing 1412
industries and agriculture;1413

       (2) Purchase of lands and buildings necessary to carry on or 1414
extend the manufacturing industries and agriculture upon the 1415
approval of the governor;1416

       (3) Payment of compensation to employees necessary to carry 1417
on the manufacturing industries and agriculture;1418

       (4) Payment of prisoners confined in state correctional 1419
institutions a portion of their earnings in accordance with rules 1420
adopted pursuant to section 5145.03 of the Revised Code.1421

       (C) The department of rehabilitation and correction shall, in 1422
accordance with rules adopted pursuant to section 5145.03 of the 1423
Revised Code and subject to any pledge made as provided in 1424
division (D) of this section, place to the credit of each prisoner 1425
the prisoner's earnings and pay the earnings so credited to the 1426
prisoner or the prisoner's family.1427

       (D) Receipts credited to the funds created in divisions (A) 1428
and (B) of this section constitute available receipts as defined 1429
in section 152.09154.24 of the Revised Code, and may be pledged 1430
to the payment of bond service charges on obligations issued by 1431
the Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state pursuant to 1432
Chapter 152. of the Revised Codethat section to construct, 1433
reconstruct, or otherwise improve capital facilities useful to the 1434
department. The authoritytreasurer of state may, with the consent 1435
of the department, provide in the bond proceedings for a pledge of 1436
all or such portion of receipts credited to the funds as the 1437
authoritytreasurer of state determines. The authoritytreasurer 1438
of state may provide in the bond proceedings for the transfer of 1439
receipts credited to the funds to the appropriate bond service 1440
fund or bond service reserve fund as required to pay the bond 1441
service charges when due, and any such provision for the transfer 1442
of receipts shall be controlling notwithstanding any other 1443
provision of law pertaining to such receipts.1444

       All receipts received by the treasurer of state on account of 1445
the department and required by the applicable bond proceedings to 1446
be deposited, transferred, or credited to the bond service fund or 1447
bond service reserve fund established by such bond proceedings 1448
shall be transferred by the treasurer of state to such fund, 1449
whether or not such fund is in the custody of the treasurer of 1450
state, without necessity for further appropriation, upon receipt 1451
of notice from the Ohio building authority as prescribed in the 1452
bond proceedings. The authoritytreasurer of state may covenant in 1453
the bond proceedings that so long as any obligations are 1454
outstanding to which receipts credited to the fund are pledged, 1455
the state and the department shall neither reduce the prices 1456
charged pursuant to section 5120.28 of the Revised Code nor the 1457
level of manpower collectively devoted to the production of goods 1458
and services for which prices are set pursuant to section 5120.28 1459
of the Revised Code, which covenant shall be controlling 1460
notwithstanding any other provision of law; provided, that no 1461
covenant shall require the general assembly to appropriate money 1462
derived from the levying of excises or taxes to purchase such 1463
goods and services or to pay rent or bond service charges.1464

       Sec. 5120.47.  The department of rehabilitation and 1465
correction shall lease capital facilities constructed, 1466
reconstructed, or otherwise improved, orwhich facilities are1467
financed by the Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state1468
pursuant to Chapter 152.154. of the Revised Code, for the use of 1469
the department, and may enter into any other agreements with the1470
authorityOhio public facilities commission, the department of 1471
administrative services, or any other authorized state agency1472
ancillary to the construction, reconstruction, improvement, 1473
financing, leasing, or operation of such capital facilities, 1474
including, but not limited to, any agreements required by the 1475
applicable bond proceedings authorized by Chapter 152.154. of the 1476
Revised Code. Such agreements shall not be subject to section 1477
5120.24 of the Revised Code. Any lease of capital facilities 1478
authorized by this section shall be governed by division (D) of 1479
section 152.24Chapter 154. of the Revised Code. 1480

       Sec. 5139.23.  The department of youth services shall lease 1481
capital facilities which are constructed, reconstructed, or1482
improved, orwhich facilities are financed by the Ohio building 1483
authoritytreasurer of state pursuant to section 307.021 and 1484
Chapter 152.154. of the Revised Code, for the use of the 1485
department, and may enter into any other agreements with the 1486
authorityOhio public facilities commission, the department of 1487
administrative services, or any other authorized state agency1488
ancillary to the construction, reconstruction, improvement, 1489
financing, leasing, or operation of such facilities, including, 1490
but not limited to agreements required by the applicable bond 1491
proceedings authorized by Chapter 152.154. of the Revised Code. 1492
Rentals from such leases shall constitute available receipts as 1493
defined in section 152.09154.24 of the Revised Code and may be 1494
pledged for the payment of bond service charges as provided in 1495
that section 152.10 of the Revised Code.1496

       Sec. 5139.36.  (A) In accordance with this section and the 1497
rules adopted under it and from funds appropriated to the 1498
department of youth services for the purposes of this section, the 1499
department shall make grants that provide financial resources to 1500
operate community corrections facilities for felony delinquents.1501

       (B)(1) Each community corrections facility that intends to 1502
seek a grant under this section shall file an application with the 1503
department of youth services at the time and in accordance with 1504
the procedures that the department shall establish by rules 1505
adopted in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code. In 1506
addition to other items required to be included in the 1507
application, a plan that satisfies both of the following shall be 1508
included:1509

       (a) It reduces the number of felony delinquents committed to 1510
the department from the county or counties associated with the 1511
community corrections facility.1512

       (b) It ensures equal access for minority felony delinquents 1513
to the programs and services for which a potential grant would be 1514
used.1515

       (2) The department of youth services shall review each 1516
application submitted pursuant to division (B)(1) of this section 1517
to determine whether the plan described in that division, the 1518
community corrections facility, and the application comply with 1519
this section and the rules adopted under it.1520

       (C) To be eligible for a grant under this section and for 1521
continued receipt of moneys comprising a grant under this section, 1522
a community corrections facility shall satisfy at least all of the 1523
following requirements:1524

       (1) Be constructed, reconstructed, or improved, orand be1525
financed by the Ohio building authoritytreasurer of state1526
pursuant to section 307.021 of the Revised Code and Chapter 152.1527
154. of the Revised Code, for the use of the department of youth 1528
services and be designated as a community corrections facility;1529

       (2) Have written standardized criteria governing the types of 1530
felony delinquents that are eligible for the programs and services 1531
provided by the facility;1532

       (3) Have a written standardized intake screening process and 1533
an intake committee that at least performs both of the following 1534
tasks:1535

       (a) Screens all eligible felony delinquents who are being 1536
considered for admission to the facility in lieu of commitment to 1537
the department;1538

       (b) Notifies, within ten days after the date of the referral 1539
of a felony delinquent to the facility, the committing court 1540
whether the felony delinquent will be admitted to the facility.1541

       (4) Comply with all applicable fiscal and program rules that 1542
the department adopts in accordance with Chapter 119. of the 1543
Revised Code and demonstrate that felony delinquents served by the 1544
facility have been or will be diverted from a commitment to the 1545
department.1546

       (D) The department of youth services shall determine the 1547
method of distribution of the funds appropriated for grants under 1548
this section to community corrections facilities.1549

       (E)(1) The department of youth services shall adopt rules in 1550
accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code to establish the 1551
minimum occupancy threshold of community corrections facilities.1552

        (2) The department may make referrals for the placement of 1553
children in its custody to a community corrections facility. At 1554
least forty-five days prior to the referral of a child or within 1555
any shorter period prior to the referral of the child that the 1556
committing court may allow, the department shall notify the 1557
committing court of its intent to place the child in a community 1558
corrections facility. The court shall have thirty days after the 1559
receipt of the notice to approve or disapprove the placement. If 1560
the court does not respond to the notice of the placement within 1561
that thirty-day period, the department shall proceed with the 1562
placement and debit the county in accordance with sections 5139.41 1563
to 5139.43 of the Revised Code. A child placed in a community 1564
corrections facility pursuant to this division shall remain in the 1565
legal custody of the department of youth services during the 1566
period in which the child is in the community corrections 1567
facility.1568

        (3) Counties that are not associated with a community 1569
corrections facility may refer children to a community corrections 1570
facility with the consent of the facility. The department of youth 1571
services shall debit the county that makes the referral in 1572
accordance with sections 5139.41 to 5139.43 of the Revised Code.1573

       (F) The board or other governing body of a community 1574
corrections facility shall meet not less often than once per 1575
quarter. A community corrections facility may reimburse the 1576
members of the board or other governing body of the facility and 1577
the members of an advisory board created by the board or other 1578
governing body of the facility for their actual and necessary 1579
expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties. The 1580
members of the board or other governing body of the facility and 1581
the members of an advisory board created by the board or other 1582
governing body of the facility shall serve without compensation.1583

       Section 101.02. That existing sections 9.981, 105.41, 111.26, 1584
123.01, 125.29, 126.03, 126.11, 154.06, 154.24, 307.021, 307.022, 1585
5120.102, 5120.104, 5120.29, 5120.47, 5139.23, and 5139.36 of the 1586
Revised Code are hereby repealed.1587

       Section 201.10. Except as otherwise provided in this act, all 1588
appropriation items in this act are appropriated out of any moneys 1589
in the state treasury to the credit of the designated fund that 1590
are not otherwise appropriated.1591

       Section 203.10. ADJ ADJUTANT GENERAL 1592

Army National Guard Service Contract Fund (Fund 3420)1593

C74537 Renovation Projects - Federal Share $ 4,709,406 1594
TOTAL Army National Guard Service Contract Fund $ 4,709,406 1595

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)1596

C74535 Renovations and Improvements $ 4,338,294 1597
C74538 Lahm Air Base Improvements $ 100,000 1598
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 4,438,294 1599
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 9,147,700 1600


       Section 205.10. AGO ATTORNEY GENERAL1602

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)1603

C05502 Bowling Green Facility $ 2,500,000 1604
C05515 Data Center Renovations $ 4,005,941 1605
C05516 BCI London HVAC $ 1,126,543 1606
C05517 General Building Renovations $ 200,000 1607
C05518 OPOTA TTC Shooting Range $ 70,921 1608
C05519 OPOTA TTC Simulators $ 220,000 1609
C05520 BCI London Garage Conversion $ 387,246 1610
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 8,510,651 1611
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 8,510,651 1612


       Section 207.10. BOARD OF REGENTS AND STATE INSTITUTIONS OF 1614
HIGHER EDUCATION 1615

BOR BOARD OF REGENTS
1616

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1617

C23501 Ohio Supercomputer Center $ 12,000,000 1618
C23502 Research Facility Action and Investment Funds $ 3,500,000 1619
C23516 Ohio Library and Information Network $ 12,000,000 1620
C23524 Supplemental Renovations - Library Depositories $ 2,000,000 1621
C23529 Workforce Based Training and Equipment $ 8,500,000 1622
C23530 Technology Initiatives $ 4,500,000 1623
C23532 Dark Fiber/OARnet $ 7,000,000 1624
C23550 Small Campus Targeted Workforce Development Expansion $ 16,000,000 1625
C23551 Research Portal $ 500,000 1626
C23553 Dublink Ignite Fiber Optic Project $ 300,000 1627
C23554 Upper Arlington Public Fiber Network $ 500,000 1628
C23555 Multi-Jurisdictional Fiber Utility $ 1,000,000 1629
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 67,800,000 1630
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 67,800,000 1631

       RESEARCH FACILITY ACTION AND INVESTMENT FUNDS 1632

       The foregoing appropriation item C23502, Research Facility 1633
Action and Investment Funds, shall be used for a program of grants 1634
to be administered by the Board of Regents to provide timely 1635
availability of capital facilities for research programs and 1636
research-oriented instructional programs at or involving 1637
state-supported and state-assisted institutions of higher 1638
education. 1639

       SMALL CAMPUS TARGETED WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT EXPANSION 1640

       (A) The foregoing appropriation item C23550, Small Campus 1641
Targeted Workforce Development Expansion, shall be used by the 1642
Chancellor of the Board of Regents to provide funding to support 1643
eligible capital projects at community colleges as defined in 1644
section 3354.01 of the Revised Code, state community colleges as 1645
defined in section 3358.01 of the Revised Code, and technical 1646
colleges as defined in section 3357.01 of the Revised Code. 1647
Columbus State Community College, Cuyahoga Community College, 1648
Owens Community College, and Sinclair Community College shall be 1649
ineligible for funding under this section. Funding awarded under 1650
this section shall not be used for land acquisition.1651

       (B) The Chancellor shall establish a competitive process for 1652
awarding funds appropriated to the foregoing appropriation item 1653
C23550, Small Campus Targeted Workforce Development Expansion. In 1654
establishing this process, the Chancellor shall consider the 1655
following criteria:1656

       (1) No eligible institution, as defined under division (A) of 1657
this section, shall receive a total allocation greater than 1658
$5,000,000;1659

       (2) No eligible institution, as defined under division (A) of 1660
this section, shall receive funding for more than one individual 1661
project; 1662

       (3) Eligible projects must have been submitted to the 1663
Chancellor during the most recent biennial capital planning 1664
process as described in section 126.03 of the Revised Code;1665

       (4) Eligible projects must be supported by public and private 1666
sector stakeholders within the community in which the project will 1667
reside;1668

       (5) The extent to which local matching funds have been raised 1669
and/or pledged to support the completion of the project. The 1670
source and amount of local matching funds shall be identified and 1671
verified through documentation provided by the institution to the 1672
Chancellor. The minimum amount of verified local matching funds 1673
needed to qualify for funding under this section shall be based 1674
upon the number of student full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments 1675
at each institution, consistent with the definitions in the Higher 1676
Education Information (HEI) system's enrollment files, as 1677
contained in the most recently verified annual FTE enrollment data 1678
provided by the institution to the Chancellor;1679

        (a) Institutions with FTE between 0 and 1,749 shall be 1680
required to provide a minimum 20% local match;1681

        (b) Institutions with FTE between 1,750 and 3,499 shall be 1682
required to provide a minimum 30% local match;1683

        (c) Institutions with FTE between 3,500 and 6,999 shall be 1684
required to provide a minimum 40% local match;1685

        (d) Institutions with FTE of 7,000 and greater shall be 1686
required to provide a minimum 50% local match. 1687

       (6) The extent to which the project will allow the 1688
institution to train and prepare students for careers in an 1689
in-demand field, as defined by the Governor's Office of Workforce 1690
Transformation.1691

       (7) The extent to which the project will address the critical 1692
needs of the institution, including but not limited to workforce 1693
projects, student success and completion initiatives, major 1694
renovation and expansion projects, new buildings, maintenance, and 1695
safety-related issues.1696

        (8) The extent to which the institution is fully prepared to 1697
execute and complete the project within a reasonable timeline as 1698
determined by the Chancellor.1699

       (C) Prior to the awarding of any funds under this section, 1700
the Chancellor shall consult with and share preliminary funding 1701
recommendations with the Director of Budget and Management and the 1702
Governor's Office of Workforce Transformation.1703

       (D) Upon the completion of the competitive allocation process 1704
as defined in division (B) of this section and the consultation 1705
process as defined in division (C) of this section, the Chancellor 1706
shall seek the approval of the Controlling Board to transfer 1707
appropriation to any institution receiving a project allocation.1708

       Section 207.20. BTC BELMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE 1709

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1710

C36805 Priority Maintenance Renovations $ 900,000 1711
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 900,000 1712
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 900,000 1713


       Section 207.30. BGU BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY 1715

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1716

C24045 Allied Health and Sciences Building - Firelands $ 1,000,000 1717
C24046 Moseley Hall Science Laboratories $ 16,000,000 1718
C24048 K-12/Higher Education Technology Enhancement Initiative $ 1,250,000 1719
C24049 Norwalk Area Opportunity Center $ 250,000 1720
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 18,500,000 1721
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 18,500,000 1722


       Section 207.40. COT CENTRAL OHIO TECHNICAL COLLEGE 1724

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1725

C36911 Adena Hall Renovations $ 1,700,000 1726
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,700,000 1727
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,700,000 1728


       Section 207.50. CSU CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY 1730

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1731

C25512 Brown Library Structural Repair and Renovations $ 4,500,000 1732
C25513 Direct Metal Sintering (3-D) Manufacturing Initiative $ 500,000 1733
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 5,000,000 1734
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 5,000,000 1735


       Section 207.60. CTC CINCINNATI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE1737

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1738

C36127 Center for Workforce Innovation and Education $ 4,600,000 1739
C36128 Mt. Healthy Facility $ 200,000 1740
C36130 Hebrew Union - American Jewish Archives $ 225,000 1741
C36131 Boys and Girls Hope Home $ 300,000 1742
C36132 Jewish Family Service Center of Cincinnati $ 50,000 1743
C36133 Butler Tech and Career Development - Bioscience $ 500,000 1744
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 5,875,000 1745
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 5,875,000 1746


       Section 207.70. CLT CLARK STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1748

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1749

C38519 Energy Efficiency Improvements $ 2,100,000 1750
C38520 Springfield Downtown Parking Facility $ 250,000 1751
C38521 Springfield UAS Hangar $ 500,000 1752
C38522 Food and Bioscience Training Center $ 1,000,000 1753
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 3,850,000 1754
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,850,000 1755


       Section 207.80. CLS CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY 1757

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1758

C26064 Engaged Learning Laboratories $ 9,000,000 1759
C26065 Main Classroom Renovation $ 4,000,000 1760
C26066 Center for Research and Innovation $ 1,600,000 1761
C26069 Cleveland Institute of Art Campus Unification Project $ 1,000,000 1762
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 15,600,000 1763
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 15,600,000 1764


       Section 207.90. CTI COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1766

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1767

C38420 Technology Upgrades $ 8,950,000 1768
C38421 Elevator Safety Repairs & Replacements $ 1,015,000 1769
C38422 Student Success Welcome Center $ 500,000 1770
C38423 Roof Repair & Replacements $ 35,000 1771
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 10,500,000 1772
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 10,500,000 1773


       Section 207.100. CCC CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1775

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1776

C37838 Structural Concrete Repairs $ 7,000,000 1777
C37839 Roof Repair and Replacements $ 2,900,000 1778
C37840 Workforce Economic Development Renovations $ 1,700,000 1779
C37841 St. Vincent Charity Medical Center - Geriatric Behavioral Health Project $ 500,000 1780
C37842 Playhouse Square Ohio Theatre $ 1,500,000 1781
C37843 Cleveland Museum of Art - Final Phase $ 2,000,000 1782
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 15,600,000 1783
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 15,600,000 1784


       Section 207.110. JTC EASTERN GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE1786

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1787

C38611 Welding Laboratory Renovation $ 723,598 1788
C38612 Health Wing Renovation $ 433,948 1789
C38613 Fire System Replacements $ 172,596 1790
C38614 General Science Laboratory Renovations $ 169,858 1791
C38615 Nursing Outreach Initiative $ 250,000 1792
C38616 Technology Belt Oil and Gas Learning Center $ 250,000 1793
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 2,000,000 1794
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 2,000,000 1795


       Section 207.120. ESC EDISON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1797

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1798

C39016 Roof Repair and Replacements $ 430,000 1799
C39017 Electronic Lock System $ 252,000 1800
C39018 HVAC Repair and Replacements $ 250,000 1801
C39019 Parking Lot Resurfacing $ 218,000 1802
C39020 Security Cameras $ 160,000 1803
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,310,000 1804
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,310,000 1805


       Section 207.130. HTC HOCKING TECHNICAL COLLEGE 1807

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1808

C36317 Sidewalk and Lighting Renovations $ 1,000,000 1809
C36318 Integrated Security Solution $ 500,000 1810
C36319 Roof Repair and Replacements $ 400,000 1811
C36320 Chiller and Plumbing Repairs $ 350,000 1812
C36321 Workforce Development and Training Center Renovation $ 1,250,000 1813
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 3,500,000 1814
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,500,000 1815


       Section 207.140. LTC JAMES RHODES STATE COLLEGE 1817

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1818

C38113 Cook Hall Renovations $ 1,500,000 1819
C38114 Energy Efficiency Upgrades $ 300,000 1820
C38115 Water Pressure Improvements $ 150,000 1821
C38116 Center for Health Science Education and Innovation $ 5,000,000 1822
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 6,950,000 1823
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 6,950,000 1824


       Section 207.150. KSU KENT STATE UNIVERSITY 1826

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1827

C27003 Classroom Building Renovations - East Liverpool $ 420,000 1828
C27005 Science Lab Expansion - Salem $ 500,000 1829
C27008 HVAC Repair and Replacements - Trumbull $ 950,000 1830
C27079 Cleveland Orchestra - Blossom Music Center $ 1,750,000 1831
C270E6 Science Lab Renovations $ 18,500,000 1832
C270E7 Fine Arts Building Renovation - Stark $ 1,500,000 1833
C270E8 Main Hall Renovations - Ashtabula $ 1,000,000 1834
C270E9 Founders Hall Renovation - Tuscarawas $ 1,000,000 1835
C270F1 HVAC Repair and Replacements - Geauga $ 259,000 1836
C270F2 Western Reserve Public Media Multimedia Room Upgrade $ 50,000 1837
C270F3 Severance Hall $ 1,500,000 1838
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 27,429,000 1839
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 27,429,000 1840


       Section 207.160. LCC LAKELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1842

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1843

C37915 Renovation and Expansion of Science Hall and Health Technologies Building $ 3,520,000 1844
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 3,520,000 1845
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,520,000 1846


       Section 207.170. LOR LORAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1848

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1849

C38312 Health Careers Building Renovation $ 2,400,000 1850
C38313 SMART Center for Sensor Commercialization $ 2,000,000 1851
C38314 Think [Box] at CWRU $ 1,000,000 1852
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 5,400,000 1853
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 5,400,000 1854


       Section 207.180. MTC MARION TECHNICAL COLLEGE 1856

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1857

C35907 Roof and Electrical Repairs $ 1,000,000 1858
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,000,000 1859
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,000,000 1860


       Section 207.190. MUN MIAMI UNIVERSITY 1862

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1863

C28574 Shideler Hall Renovations $ 21,000,000 1864
C28575 Mosler Hall - Hamilton $ 800,000 1865
C28576 Gardner-Harvey Technology Upgrades - Middletown $ 500,000 1866
C28577 The Mill $ 100,000 1867
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 22,400,000 1868
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 22,400,000 1869


       Section 207.200. NCC NORTH CENTRAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE 1871

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1872

C38010 Kehoe Center Infrastructure Renovation $ 350,000 1873
C38014 IT Data Infrastructure Upgrade Project $ 1,400,000 1874
C38015 Crawford County Higher Education Center $ 850,000 1875
C38016 MEDAL Talent Innovation Network $ 500,000 1876
C38017 Ashland University College of Nursing $ 1,000,000 1877
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 4,100,000 1878
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 4,100,000 1879


       Section 207.210. NEM NORTHEAST OHIO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY 1881

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1882

C30526 HVAC Repair and Replacements $ 1,244,750 1883
C30527 Roof Repair and Replacements $ 792,000 1884
C30528 Summa Regional Health Professions Virtual Care Simulation Labs $ 750,000 1885
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 2,786,750 1886
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 2,786,750 1887


       Section 207.220. NTC NORTHWEST STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE1889

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1890

C38209 Student Services and Advising Center $ 1,400,000 1891
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,400,000 1892
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,400,000 1893


       Section 207.230. OSU OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 1895

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1896

C315DK Pomerene Hall Renovation $ 37,200,000 1897
C315DL Oxley Hall Renovation $ 15,600,000 1898
C315DM Roof Repair and Replacements $ 6,309,958 1899
C315DN Fire System Replacements $ 5,295,000 1900
C315DP HVAC Repair and Replacements $ 5,189,500 1901
C315DQ Elevator Safety Repairs and Replacements $ 4,755,000 1902
C315DR Infrastructure Improvements $ 1,170,000 1903
C315DS Building Envelope Repair $ 1,075,000 1904
C315DT Plumbing Repair $ 919,000 1905
C315DU Road/Bridge Improvements $ 850,000 1906
C315DV Electrical Infrastucture $ 696,500 1907
C315DW Emergency Generator Replacement $ 200,000 1908
C315DX Thorne Hall - Wooster $ 4,600,000 1909
C315DY Farm Operations Building - Wooster $ 1,900,000 1910
C315DZ HVAC Repair and Replacements - Wooster $ 856,000 1911
C315EA Roof Repair and Replacements - Wooster $ 825,292 1912
C315EB Adena Hall Renovations - Newark $ 2,000,000 1913
C315EC Repave Campus Parking Lots - Mansfield $ 850,000 1914
C315ED Replace Sidewalks and Curbs - Mansfield $ 630,000 1915
C315EE Road Resurfacing - Lima $ 700,000 1916
C315EF HVAC Repair and Replacements - Lima $ 452,000 1917
C315EG Resurfacing of Parking Lots - Lima $ 300,000 1918
C315EH Campus Security Improvements - Lima $ 132,000 1919
C315EI Cook Hall Boilers - Lima $ 112,000 1920
C315EJ Roof and Electrical Repairs - Marion $ 1,850,000 1921
C315EK OSU African-American Extension Center $ 250,000 1922
C315EL Reeb School Renewal $ 2,000,000 1923
C315EM Tech Town Ohio Research Center $ 250,000 1924
C315EN Hattie Larlham NEO Food Hub and Workforce Development Center $ 250,000 1925
C315EP Life Care Alliance $ 1,500,000 1926
C315EQ Agricultural Center at Harvest Ridge $ 500,000 1927
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 99,217,250 1928
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 99,217,250 1929


       Section 207.240. OHU OHIO UNIVERSITY 1931

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1932

C30128 Campus Roadway Improvements $ 6,000,000 1933
C30129 Roof Repair and Replacements $ 4,250,000 1934
C30130 HVAC Repair and Replacements $ 3,400,000 1935
C30131 College of Fine Arts Infrastructure Upgrades $ 2,700,000 1936
C30132 Campus Classroom Upgrades $ 1,500,000 1937
C30133 Electrical Distribution Upgrades $ 1,000,000 1938
C30134 Utility Tunnel Upgrades $ 1,000,000 1939
C30135 Campus Accessibility Improvements $ 850,000 1940
C30136 Building Envelope Restorations $ 750,000 1941
C30137 Parking Lot Repairs - Eastern $ 600,000 1942
C30138 Roof Repair and Replacements - Eastern $ 150,000 1943
C30139 Energy Efficiency Upgrades - Southern $ 400,000 1944
C30140 Ironton Parking Lot Improvements - Southern $ 300,000 1945
C30141 Safety and Security System Improvements - Southern $ 100,000 1946
C30142 Proctorville Parking Lot Addition - Southern $ 70,000 1947
C30143 Elson Hall Classroom Renovations - Zanesville $ 600,000 1948
C30144 Roof Repair and Replacements - Zanesville $ 450,000 1949
C30145 Brasee Hall Roof and Building Envelope - Lancaster $ 600,000 1950
C30146 Herrold Hall HVAC - Lancaster $ 400,000 1951
C30147 Bennett Hall Electrical - Chillicothe $ 950,000 1952
C30150 Athens Center for Art and Healing $ 175,000 1953
C30152 Raymond S. Wilkes Gallery for the Visual Arts $ 44,000 1954
C30153 Ohio River Research and Development Center $ 325,000 1955
C30154 Ohio University Southern Walking Path $ 100,000 1956
C30155 Muskingum Recreation Center $ 250,000 1957
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 26,964,000 1958
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 26,964,000 1959


       Section 207.250. OTC OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1961

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1962

C38816 Penta Renovations $ 4,750,000 1963
C38826 College Hall Renovation $ 750,000 1964
C38827 Manufacturing Training Simulators $ 290,000 1965
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 5,790,000 1966
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 5,790,000 1967


       Section 207.260. RGC RIO GRANDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1969

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1970

C35608 College Completion to Career Center $ 987,000 1971
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 987,000 1972
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 987,000 1973


       Section 207.270. SSC SHAWNEE STATE UNIVERSITY 1975

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1976

C32428 Health Sciences Program Expansion $ 4,000,000 1977
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 4,000,000 1978
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 4,000,000 1979


       Section 207.280. SCC SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE1981

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1982

C37712 Life and Sciences Education Center $ 4,000,000 1983
C37721 National Unmanned Aerial System Training Center $ 4,000,000 1984
C37722 UAS Verification/Validation Testing Center (UAS V/VTC) $ 350,000 1985
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 8,350,000 1986
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 8,350,000 1987


       Section 207.290. SOC SOUTHERN STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE1989

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1990

C32206 Adams County Satellite Campus $ 1,250,000 1991
C32207 Highland County Hi-TEC $ 100,000 1992
C32208 Southern Gateway Economic Innovation Development Center $ 500,000 1993
C32209 Turning Point $ 100,000 1994
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,950,000 1995
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,950,000 1996


       Section 207.300. STC STARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 1998

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)1999

C38921 HVAC Repair and Replacements $ 2,483,890 2000
C38922 Student Center One-Stop Renovations $ 500,400 2001
C38923 Atrium Skylight Glass Replacement $ 220,000 2002
C38924 Parking Lot Resurfacing $ 95,710 2003
C38925 Stark State 3-D Center $ 500,000 2004
C38926 Akron Global Business Accelerator $ 2,000,000 2005
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 5,800,000 2006
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 5,800,000 2007


       Section 207.310. TTC TERRA STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2009

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2010

C36410 Campus Entrance Road $ 1,200,000 2011
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,200,000 2012
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,200,000 2013


       Section 207.320. UAK UNIVERSITY OF AKRON 2015

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2016

C25002 Basic Renovations - Wayne $ 800,000 2017
C25053 Law Building Renovation $ 5,000,000 2018
C25054 General Lab Renovations $ 4,000,000 2019
C25055 Auburn Science and Engineering Center $ 3,300,000 2020
C25056 Research Lab Renovations $ 2,500,000 2021
C25057 Electrical Infrastructure - Loops $ 2,500,000 2022
C25058 Central Hower Infrastructure $ 1,200,000 2023
C25059 Capitol Square Internship Center $ 500,000 2024
C25061 Stow-Munroe Falls Distance Learning Center $ 50,000 2025
C25063 Austen BioInnovation Institute $ 750,000 2026
C25064 E.J. Thomas Hall $ 1,000,000 2027
C25065 Battered Women's Shelter - Medina & Summit Counties $ 300,000 2028
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 21,900,000 2029
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 21,900,000 2030


       Section 207.330. UCN UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 2032

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2033

C26530 Medical Sciences Building Renovation and Expansion $ 28,800,000 2034
C26676 Wherry and Health Professions Building Rehabilitation $ 8,000,000 2035
C26677 Roof Repair and Replacements - Blue Ash $ 1,170,000 2036
C26678 Muntz Hall - Blue Ash $ 1,000,000 2037
C26679 HVAC Repair and Replacements - Clermont $ 1,750,000 2038
C26682 Boys and Girls Club $ 250,000 2039
C26683 Children's College Hill Campus Mental Health Services Facility $ 350,000 2040
C26684 Whole Home Modifications $ 215,000 2041
C26685 Clermont County Airport Improvements $ 500,000 2042
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 42,035,000 2043
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 42,035,000 2044


       Section 207.340. UTO UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO 2046

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2047

C34058 Campus Energy Cost Reduction Project $ 1,500,000 2048
C34067 Anatomy Specimen Storage Facility $ 3,500,000 2049
C34068 Academic Technology and Renovation Projects $ 3,000,000 2050
C34069 Campus Infrastructure Improvements $ 3,000,000 2051
C34070 NW Ohio Plastics Training Center $ 2,000,000 2052
C34071 Elevator Safety Repairs and Replacements $ 2,000,000 2053
C34072 Building Automation System Upgrades $ 1,500,000 2054
C34073 Mechanical System Improvements $ 1,500,000 2055
C34074 Backbone Core Router Replacements $ 1,600,000 2056
C34075 Network Infrastructure Replacement $ 1,400,000 2057
C34076 Northwest Ohio Food Partnership Center $ 1,000,000 2058
C34077 Mercy College Science Facilities Expansion and Renovation $ 500,000 2059
C34078 Northwest Ohio Workforce Development and Advanced Manufacturing Training Center $ 1,000,000 2060
C34079 Promedica Transformative Low Income Medical Senior Housing $ 250,000 2061
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 23,750,000 2062
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 23,750,000 2063


       Section 207.350. WTC WASHINGTON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2065

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2066

C35800 Roof and HVAC Upgrades $ 900,000 2067
C35812 Marietta YMCA Health Wellness and Education Facility $ 250,000 2068
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,150,000 2069
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,150,000 2070


       Section 207.360. WSU WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY 2072

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2073

C27549 Classroom Modernization and Maintenance $ 5,000,000 2074
C27550 Creative Arts Center $ 3,650,000 2075
C27551 Veterans and Workforce Gateways $ 3,500,000 2076
C27552 Shared Services – Salt Storage $ 1,000,000 2077
C27553 Data Analytics and Visualization Environment $ 600,000 2078
C27554 Modernization of Library - Lake $ 960,000 2079
C27555 Advanced Manufacturing Center - CNC and Robotics Academy $ 475,000 2080
C27556 Darke County Workforce Center $ 500,000 2081
C27557 Integrated Laboratory for Applied Airspace and Human Performance Simulation $ 350,000 2082
C27558 Dayton Regional Cyber Lab and Analyst Innovation Center $ 750,000 2083
C27559 Progressive Agricultural Convention and Educational (PACE) Center $ 1,500,000 2084
C27560 Dayton Boys & Girls Club $ 50,000 2085
C27562 Materials Manufacturing Growth $ 750,000 2086
C27563 Student Education Center for Advanced Manufacturing $ 250,000 2087
C27564 Gaming Research Integration for Learning Laboratory (GRILL) $ 250,000 2088
C27565 Dayton Children's Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Center Tower $ 350,000 2089
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 19,935,000 2090
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 19,935,000 2091


       Section 207.370. YSU YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY 2093

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2094

C34524 Instructional Space Upgrades $ 1,000,000 2095
C34531 Campus Elevator Upgrades $ 2,500,000 2096
C34534 Roof Renovations $ 1,500,000 2097
C34537 Campus Core Exterior Lighting Upgrades $ 800,000 2098
C34541 Utility Distribution Upgrades/Expansion $ 2,500,000 2099
C34542 Campus Wide Building System Upgrades $ 1,500,000 2100
C34543 Moser Hall Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory $ 700,000 2101
C34544 Restrooms Renovations $ 400,000 2102
C34545 Youngstown Technology Block Building #5 $ 1,500,000 2103
C34546 TBEIC Energy Integration Laboratory - Shared Resource Center $ 250,000 2104
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 12,650,000 2105
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 12,650,000 2106


       Section 207.380. MAT ZANE STATE COLLEGE 2108

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2109

C36210 Roof Repairs and Replacements $ 525,000 2110
C36211 College Health Sciences – Repurpose Space $ 350,000 2111
C36212 Concrete and Asphalt Repairs $ 150,000 2112
C36213 College Hall – Replace Doors $ 75,000 2113
C36214 Muskingum County Business Incubator $ 225,000 2114
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,325,000 2115
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,325,000 2116


       Section 207.410. For all of the foregoing appropriation items 2118
from the Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) or the 2119
Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund (Fund 7024) that require 2120
local funds to be contributed by any state-supported or 2121
state-assisted institution of higher education, the Board of 2122
Regents shall not recommend that any funds be released until the 2123
recipient institution demonstrates to the Board of Regents and the 2124
Office of Budget and Management that the local funds contribution 2125
requirement has been secured or satisfied. The local funds are in 2126
addition to the foregoing appropriations.2127

       Section 207.420. None of the foregoing capital improvements 2128
appropriations for state-supported or state-assisted institutions 2129
of higher education shall be expended until the particular 2130
appropriation has been recommended for release by the Board of 2131
Regents and released by the Director of Budget and Management or 2132
the Controlling Board. Either the institution concerned, or the 2133
Board of Regents with the concurrence of the institution 2134
concerned, may initiate the request to the Director of Budget and 2135
Management or the Controlling Board for the release of the 2136
particular appropriation. 2137

       Section 207.430. (A) No capital improvement appropriations in 2138
this act made from Fund 7034 or Fund 7024 shall be released for 2139
planning or for improvement, renovation, construction, or 2140
acquisition of capital facilities if the institution of higher 2141
education or the state does not own the real property on which the 2142
capital facilities are or will be located. This restriction does 2143
not apply in any of the following circumstances: 2144

       (1) The institution has a long-term (at least twenty years) 2145
lease of, or other interest (such as an easement) in, the real 2146
property. 2147

       (2) The Board of Regents certifies to the Controlling Board 2148
that undue delay will occur if planning does not proceed while the 2149
property or property interest acquisition process continues. In 2150
this case, funds may be released upon approval of the Controlling 2151
Board to pay for planning through the development of schematic 2152
drawings only. 2153

       (3) In the case of an appropriation for capital facilities 2154
that, because of their unique nature or location, will be owned or 2155
will be part of facilities owned by a separate nonprofit 2156
organization or public body and will be made available to the 2157
institution of higher education for its use, the nonprofit 2158
organization or public body either owns or has a long-term (at 2159
least twenty years) lease of the real property or other capital 2160
facility to be improved, renovated, constructed, or acquired and 2161
has entered into a joint or cooperative use agreement with the 2162
institution of higher education that meets the requirements of 2163
division (C) of this section. 2164

       (B) Any foregoing appropriations that require cooperation 2165
between a technical college and a branch campus of a university 2166
may be released by the Controlling Board upon recommendation by 2167
the Board of Regents that the facilities proposed by the 2168
institutions are: 2169

       (1) The result of a joint planning effort by the university 2170
and the technical college, satisfactory to the Board of Regents; 2171

       (2) Facilities that will meet the needs of the region in 2172
terms of technical and general education, taking into 2173
consideration the totality of facilities that will be available 2174
after the completion of the projects; 2175

       (3) Planned to permit maximum joint use by the university and 2176
technical college of the totality of facilities that will be 2177
available upon their completion; and 2178

       (4) To be located on or adjacent to the branch campus of the 2179
university. 2180

       (C) The Board of Regents shall adopt rules regarding the 2181
release of moneys from all the foregoing appropriations for 2182
capital facilities for all state-supported or state-assisted 2183
institutions of higher education. In the case of capital 2184
facilities referred to in division (A)(3) of this section, the 2185
joint or cooperative use agreements shall include, as a minimum, 2186
provisions that: 2187

       (1) Specify the extent and nature of that joint or 2188
cooperative use, extending for not fewer than twenty years, with 2189
the value of such use or right to use to be, as is determined by 2190
the parties and approved by the Board of Regents, reasonably 2191
related to the amount of the appropriations; 2192

       (2) Provide for pro rata reimbursement to the state should 2193
the arrangement for joint or cooperative use be terminated; 2194

       (3) Provide that procedures to be followed during the capital 2195
improvement process will comply with appropriate applicable state 2196
statutes and rules, including the provisions of this act; and 2197

       (4) Provide for payment or reimbursement to the institution 2198
of its administrative costs incurred as a result of the facilities 2199
project, not to exceed 1.5 per cent of the appropriated amount. 2200

       (D) Upon the recommendation of the Board of Regents, the 2201
Controlling Board may approve the transfer of appropriations for 2202
projects requiring cooperation between institutions from one 2203
institution to another institution with the approval of both 2204
institutions. 2205

       (E) Notwithstanding section 127.14 of the Revised Code, the 2206
Controlling Board, upon the recommendation of the Board of 2207
Regents, may transfer amounts appropriated to the Board of Regents 2208
to accounts of state-supported or state-assisted institutions 2209
created for that same purpose. 2210

       Section 207.440. The Ohio Public Facilities Commission is 2211
hereby authorized to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2n 2212
of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 151. and 2213
particularly sections 151.01 and 151.04 of the Revised Code, 2214
original obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to 2215
exceed $506,000,000, in addition to the original issuance of 2216
obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General 2217
Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued, subject to 2218
applicable constitutional and statutory limitations, as needed to 2219
provide sufficient moneys to the credit of the Higher Education 2220
Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) and the Higher Education Improvement 2221
Taxable Fund (Fund 7024) to pay costs of capital facilities as 2222
defined in sections 151.01 and 151.04 of the Revised Code for 2223
state-supported and state-assisted institutions of higher 2224
education. 2225

       Section 207.450. The requirements of Chapters 123. and 153. 2226
of the Revised Code, with respect to the powers and duties of the 2227
Director of Administrative Services, and the requirements of 2228
section 127.16 of the Revised Code, with respect to the 2229
Controlling Board, do not apply to projects of community college 2230
districts, which include Cuyahoga Community College, Eastern 2231
Gateway Community College, Lakeland Community College, Lorain 2232
Community College, Rio Grande Community College, and Sinclair 2233
Community College; and technical college districts, which include 2234
Belmont Technical College, Central Ohio Technical College, Hocking 2235
Technical College, James Rhodes State College, Marion Technical 2236
College, Zane State College, North Central Technical College, and 2237
Stark Technical College. 2238

       Section 207.460. Those institutions locally administering 2239
capital improvement projects pursuant to section 3345.50 of the 2240
Revised Code may: 2241

       (A) Establish charges for recovering costs directly related 2242
to project administration as defined by the Director of 2243
Administrative Services. The Department of Administrative 2244
Services, in consultation with the Office of Budget and 2245
Management, shall review and approve these administrative charges 2246
when the charges are in excess of 1.5 per cent of the total 2247
construction budget, provided that total administrative charges 2248
paid by the state do not exceed four per cent of the state's 2249
contribution to the total construction budget. 2250

       (B) Seek reimbursement from state capital appropriations to 2251
the institution for the in-house design services performed by the 2252
institution for the capital projects. Acceptable charges are 2253
limited to design document preparation work that is done by the 2254
institution. These reimbursable design costs shall be shown as 2255
"A/E fees" within the project's budget that is submitted to the 2256
Controlling Board or the Director of Budget and Management as part 2257
of a request for release of funds. The reimbursement for in-house 2258
design shall not exceed seven per cent of the estimated 2259
construction cost. 2260

       Section 207.470. TRANSFERS OF HIGHER EDUCATION CAPITAL 2261
APPROPRIATIONS2262

        The Director of Budget and Management may transfer 2263
appropriations between the Higher Education Improvement Fund and 2264
the Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund as necessary to 2265
maintain the exclusion from the calculation of gross income for 2266
federal income taxation purposes under the "Internal Revenue Code 2267
of 1986," 100 Stat. 2085, 26 U.S.C. 1 et seq., with respect to 2268
obligations issued to fund projects appropriated from the Higher 2269
Education Improvement Fund.2270

       The Director may also create new appropriation items within 2271
the Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund and make transfers 2272
of appropriations to them for projects originally funded from 2273
appropriations made from the Higher Education Improvement Fund. 2274
The projects that are funded under new appropriation items created 2275
in this manner shall automatically be designated as specific for 2276
purposes of section 126.14 of the Revised Code.2277

       Section 209.10. ETC BROADCAST EDUCATIONAL MEDIA COMMISSION2278

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034)2279

C37406 Network Operations Center - Electrical Upgrades $ 200,000 2280
C37412 OGT Facilities and Equipment $ 800,000 2281
C37413 Statehouse News Bureau $ 40,230 2282
C37414 Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired $ 3,589 2283
C37415 Cleveland Sight Center $ 5,280 2284
C37416 Goodwill Miami Valley – Production Equipment $ 50,085 2285
C37417 Goodwill Akron – Production Equipment $ 5,188 2286
C37418 Voicecorps Reading Service $ 4,754 2287
C37419 Youngstown Radio Reading Service $ 8,170 2288
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,117,296 2289
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,117,296 2290


       Section 211.10. CSR CAPITOL SQUARE REVIEW AND ADVISORY BOARD 2292

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2293

C87406 Statehouse Grounds Repair/Improvements $ 209,000 2294
C87407 Statehouse Repair/Improvements $ 680,000 2295
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 889,000 2296
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 889,000 2297


       Section 213.10. DAS DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES2299

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2300

C10010 Surface Road Building Renovations $ 1,857,000 2301
C10015 SOCC Facility Renovations $ 8,964,959 2302
C10019 25 South Front Street Building Renovations $ 355,000 2303
C10020 North High Street Complex Renovation $ 11,687,500 2304
C10034 Aronoff Center - Systems/Capital Replacement $ 2,000,000 2305
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 24,864,459 2306
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 24,864,459 2307


       Section 213.20. The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 2309
to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 2310
Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 154. and other applicable sections 2311
of the Revised Code, original obligations in an aggregate 2312
principal amount not to exceed $120,000,000 in addition to the 2313
original issuance of obligations heretofore authorized by prior 2314
acts of the General Assembly. These authorized obligations shall 2315
be issued, subject to applicable constitutional and statutory 2316
limitations, as needed to provide sufficient moneys to the credit 2317
of the Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026) to pay costs 2318
associated with previously authorized capital facilities and the 2319
appropriations in this act made from Fund 7026. 2320

       Section 215.10. AGR DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 2321

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2322

C70007 Building and Grounds $ 1,200,000 2323
C70020 Agricultural Laboratory Facilities $ 400,000 2324
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 1,600,000 2325

Clean Ohio Agricultural Easement Fund (Fund 7057)2326

C70009 Clean Ohio Agricultural Easement $ 12,500,000 2327
TOTAL Clean Ohio Agricultural Easement $ 12,500,000 2328
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 14,100,000 2329


       Section 217.10. COM DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 2331

State Fire Marshal Fund (Fund 5460)2332

C80008 Master Plan Update $ 75,000 2333
C80023 SFM Renovations and Improvements $ 3,055,000 2334
C80024 Natural Gas Fire Training Area $ 250,000 2335
C80025 Chlorine Trailer $ 25,000 2336
TOTAL State Fire Marshal Fund $ 3,405,000 2337
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,405,000 2338


       Section 219.10. DDD DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 2340

Mental Health Facilities Improvement Fund (Fund 7033)2341

C59004 Community Assistance Projects $ 15,000,000 2342
C59034 Statewide Developmental Centers $ 5,040,000 2343
C59059 Welcome House, Inc. $ 75,000 2344
C59061 Medina Creative Housing $ 50,000 2345
TOTAL Department of Developmental Disabilities $ 20,165,000 2346
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 20,165,000 2347

       COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE PROJECTS2348

        The foregoing appropriation item C59004, Community Assistance 2349
Projects, may be used to provide community assistance funds for 2350
the development, purchase, construction, or renovation of 2351
facilities for day programs or residential programs that provide 2352
services to persons eligible for services from the Department of 2353
Developmental Disabilities or county boards of developmental 2354
disabilities and shall be distributed by the Department of 2355
Developmental Disabilities subject to Controlling Board approval.2356

       Section 219.20.  (A) No capital improvement appropriations 2357
made in Section 219.10 or 221.10 of this act shall be released for 2358
planning or for improvement, renovation, or construction or 2359
acquisition of capital facilities if a governmental agency, as 2360
defined in section 154.01 of the Revised Code, does not own the 2361
real property that constitutes the capital facilities or on which 2362
the capital facilities are or will be located. This restriction 2363
does not apply in any of the following circumstances:2364

       (1) The governmental agency has a long-term (at least fifteen 2365
years) lease of, or other interest (such as an easement) in, the 2366
real property.2367

        (2) In the case of an appropriation for capital facilities 2368
that, because of their unique nature or location, will be owned or 2369
be part of facilities owned by a separate nonprofit organization 2370
and made available to the governmental agency for its use or 2371
operated by the nonprofit organization under contract with the 2372
governmental agency, the nonprofit organization either owns or has 2373
a long-term (at least fifteen years) lease of the real property or 2374
other capital facilities to be improved, renovated, constructed, 2375
or acquired and has entered into a joint or cooperative use 2376
agreement, approved by the Department of Developmental 2377
Disabilities, with the governmental agency for that agency's use 2378
of and right to use the capital facilities to be financed and, if 2379
applicable, improved, the value of such use or right to use being, 2380
as determined by the parties, reasonably related to the amount of 2381
the appropriation.2382

        (B) In the case of capital facilities referred to in division 2383
(A)(2) of this section, the joint or cooperative use agreement 2384
shall include, at a minimum, provisions that:2385

        (1) Specify the extent and nature of that joint or 2386
cooperative use, extending for not fewer than fifteen years, with 2387
the value of such use or right to use to be, as determined by the 2388
parties and approved by the approving department, reasonably 2389
related to the amount of the appropriation;2390

       (2) Provide for pro rata reimbursement to the state should 2391
the arrangement for joint or cooperative use by the governmental 2392
agency be terminated;2393

        (3) Provide that procedures to be followed during the capital 2394
improvement process will comply with applicable state statutes and 2395
rules, including the provisions in this act.2396

       Section 221.10. MHA DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION 2397
SERVICES2398

Mental Health Facilities Improvement Fund (Fund 7033)2399

C58001 Community Assistance Projects $ 15,000,000 2400
C58007 Infrastructure Renovations $ 2,000,000 2401
C58021 Providence House $ 191,640 2402
C58022 Talbert House $ 300,000 2403
C58023 Cornerstone of Hope Butterfly Treehouse $ 40,000 2404
C58024 Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home $ 1,500,000 2405
C58025 Nancy's Place Replacement $ 500,000 2406
C58026 Cocoon Shelter $ 47,500 2407
TOTAL Mental Health Facilities Improvement Fund $ 19,579,140 2408
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 19,579,140 2409

       COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE PROJECTS2410

       The foregoing appropriation for the Department of Mental 2411
Health and Addiction Services, C58001, Community Assistance 2412
Projects, may be used for facilities constructed or to be 2413
constructed pursuant to Chapter 340., 3793., 5119., 5123., or 2414
5126. of the Revised Code or the authority granted by section 2415
154.20 of the Revised Code and the rules issued pursuant to those 2416
chapters and shall be distributed by the Department of Mental 2417
Health and Addiction Services subject to Controlling Board 2418
approval.2419

       Section 221.20. The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 2420
to issue and sell in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 2421
Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 154. of the Revised Code, 2422
particularly section 154.20 of the Revised Code, original 2423
obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 2424
$40,000,000 in addition to the original issuance of obligations 2425
heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General Assembly. These 2426
authorized obligations shall be issued, subject to applicable 2427
constitutional and statutory limitations, as needed to provide 2428
sufficient moneys to the credit of the Mental Health Facilities 2429
Improvement Fund (Fund 7033) to pay costs of capital facilities as 2430
defined in section 154.01 of the Revised Code for mental hygiene 2431
and retardation. 2432

       Section 223.10. DNR DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 2433

Wildlife Fund (Fund 7015)2434

C725K9 Wildlife Area Building Development/Renovations $ 6,400,000 2435
TOTAL Wildlife Fund $ 6,400,000 2436

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2437

C725D5 Fountain Square Telephone Improvements $ 2,250,000 2438
C725D7 MARCS Equipment $ 2,490,150 2439
C725E0 DNR Fairgrounds Areas Upgrading $ 485,000 2440
C725N7 District Office Renovations $ 2,000,000 2441
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 7,225,150 2442

Ohio Parks and Natural Resources Fund (Fund 7031)2443

C72549 Facilities Development $ 1,250,000 2444
C72599 State Parks, Campgrounds, Lodges, Cabins $ 2,600,000 2445
C725C2 Canals Hydraulics Work and Support Facilities $ 200,000 2446
C725E1 Local Parks Projects Statewide $ 11,366,525 2447
C725E5 Project Planning $ 2,749,000 2448
C725J0 Natural Areas/Preserves Maintenance/Facilities $ 1,000,000 2449
C725K0 State Park Renovations/Upgrading $ 13,027,940 2450
C725N5 Wastewater/Water Systems Upgrades $ 12,055,000 2451
C725N8 Operations Facilities Development $ 2,500,000 2452
C72501 The Wilds $ 500,000 2453
C725T3 Healthy Lake Erie Initiative $ 10,000,000 2454
C725U0 Savanna Ridge Enterprise Zone - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo $ 500,000 2455
TOTAL Ohio Parks and Natural Resources Fund $ 57,748,465 2456

Parks and Recreation Improvement Fund (Fund 7035)2457

C725A0 State Parks, Campgrounds, Lodges, Cabins $ 42,050,000 2458
C725B2 State Park Maintenance Facility Development $ 3,000,000 2459
C725B5 Buckeye Lake Dam Rehabilitation $ 4,000,000 2460
C725E2 Local Parks Projects $ 35,639,595 2461
C725E6 Project Planning $ 5,901,000 2462
C725M5 Lake Erie Island State Park/Middle Bass Island State Park $ 6,000,000 2463
C725R4 Dam Rehabilitation - Parks $ 41,100,000 2464
TOTAL Parks and Recreation Improvement Fund $ 137,690,595 2465

Clean Ohio Trail Fund (Fund 7061)2466

C72514 Clean Ohio Trail Fund $ 12,500,000 2467
TOTAL Clean Ohio Trail Fund $ 12,500,000 2468

Waterways Safety Fund (Fund 7086)2469

C725A7 Cooperative Funding for Boating Facilities $ 9,200,000 2470
C725N9 Operations Facilities Development $ 820,000 2471
C725Q6 Facilities Development $ 5,363,274 2472
TOTAL Waterways Safety Fund $ 15,383,274 2473
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 236,947,484 2474

       FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENT 2475

       All reimbursements received from the federal government for 2476
any expenditures made pursuant to this section shall be deposited 2477
in the state treasury to the credit of the Parks and Recreation 2478
Improvement Fund (Fund 7035). 2479

       LOCAL PARK PROJECTS STATEWIDE2480

        Of the foregoing appropriation item C725E1, Local Parks 2481
Projects Statewide, an amount equal to two per cent of the 2482
projects listed may be used by the Department of Natural Resources 2483
for the administration of local projects, $3,500,000 shall be used 2484
for the Flats East Gateway and Riverfront Park, $1,000,000 shall 2485
be used for the City of Celina Boardwalk, $1,000,000 shall be used 2486
for the Middletown River Center, $1,000,000 shall be used for the 2487
Voice of America Multi-Purpose Field and Athletic Complex, 2488
$1,000,000 shall be used for the Euclid Waterfront Improvements 2489
Plan - Phase II Implementation, $875,000 shall be used for the 2490
Preble County Agricultural Facility Improvements, $500,000 shall 2491
be used for the New Economy Neighborhood - Phase II, $500,000 2492
shall be used for the Nimisila Spillway Replacement Project, 2493
$350,000 shall be used for the Perry Township Park Lakeshore 2494
Stabilization, $300,000 shall be used for the Fairfield Sports 2495
Complex Entrance, $250,000 shall be used for the Riverfront 2496
Enhancement, $250,000 shall be used for the Earl Thomas Conley 2497
Riverside Park Campground, $150,000 shall be used for the Treasure 2498
Island River Corridor Improvement, $150,000 shall be used for the 2499
Russ Nature Reserve, $100,000 shall be used for the Hillsboro 2500
North High Trail and Pedestrian Bridge, $100,000 shall be used for 2501
the PASA Field Lighting, $100,000 shall be used for the Gallipolis 2502
Riverfront Project – Phase I, $80,000 shall be used for the Black 2503
River Landing Pavilion, $50,000 shall be used for the Loudonville 2504
Public Swimming Pool, $35,000 shall be used for the A.S.K. 2505
Playground, $30,000 shall be used for the Medina Community 2506
Recreation Center, $25,000 shall be used for the Newbury Veterans' 2507
Memorial Park, and $21,525 shall be used for the Black Swamp 2508
Education Center Parking Lot.2509

       LOCAL PARKS PROJECTS2510

        Of the foregoing appropriation item C725E2, Local Parks 2511
Projects, an amount equal to two per cent of the projects listed 2512
may be used by the Department of Natural Resources for the 2513
administration of local projects, $15,000,000 shall be used for 2514
the Veterans Memorial, $5,000,000 shall be used for the City of 2515
Cleveland - Lakefront Access Project, $4,000,000 shall be used for 2516
the Banks Project - Phase IIIA, $1,500,000 shall be used for the 2517
Fifth Third Field Sports Plaza, $1,500,000 shall be used for the 2518
Lima Stadium Park, $1,000,000 shall be used for the Little Miami 2519
Scenic Trail- Bridge Construction, $500,000 shall be used for the 2520
Shaker Heights Van Aken District, $500,000 shall be used for the 2521
Cascade Plaza Renovation, $500,000 shall be used for the Olentangy 2522
Greenway Trail Highbanks Connector, $500,000 shall be used for 2523
Hilliard Station Park, $500,000 shall be used for the MidPointe 2524
Crossing - Swift Park, $500,000 shall be used for the Smale 2525
Riverfront Park, $500,000 shall be used for the Green Township 2526
Harrison Avenue Hike/Bike Fitness Trail, $300,000 shall be used 2527
for the Historic Loveland Bike Trail Parking Spur, $400,000 shall 2528
be used for the City of Sylvania River Trail, $285,545 shall be 2529
used for the Celina Westview Park Quad, $250,000 shall be used for 2530
the New Bremen Lions Park Development, $250,000 shall be used for 2531
the Montgomery County Agricultural Facility Improvements, $250,000 2532
shall be used for Northam Park, $250,000 shall be used for the 2533
Urban Youth Academy - Roselawn Park, $250,000 shall be used for 2534
the Miamisburg Riverfront Park, $218,000 shall be used for Laurel 2535
Park, Winesburg, $165,000 shall be used for the Fredericktown Bike 2536
Path, $150,000 shall be used for the Logan County Agricultural 2537
Facility Improvements, $150,000 shall be used for the Help All 2538
Kids Play Hilliard Fields Sports Complex, $150,000 shall be used 2539
for York Township Park, $150,000 shall be used for Eastview Park, 2540
$120,000 shall be used for the Shelby County Agricultural Facility 2541
Improvements, $100,000 shall be used for the Ohio to Erie Trail, 2542
$100,000 shall be used for Mt. Vernon Foundation Park, $100,000 2543
shall be used for the Shanes Park Expansion, $92,000 shall be used 2544
for the Defiance County Agricultural Facility Improvements, 2545
$50,000 shall be used for the Moonville Rail Trail Bridges and 2546
Construction, $50,000 shall be used for the All-Pro Freight 2547
Stadium Improvements, $50,000 shall be used for the Bowling Green 2548
Nature Center, $49,000 shall be used for the Lynchburg Old School 2549
Park, $45,000 shall be used for the Bruce L. Chapin Bridge - 2550
Northcoast Inland Trail, $40,000 shall be used for Pyramid Hill 2551
Sculpture Park, $35,000 shall be used for Coldwater Memorial Park, 2552
$32,300 shall be used for the Norwalk Soccer Shelter, $30,000 2553
shall be used for the Round Town Bike Trail, and $27,750 shall be 2554
used for the Shalersville Park Walking Trail.2555

       Section 223.20. For the appropriations in this act made from 2556
the Parks and Recreation Improvement Fund (Fund 7035), the 2557
Department of Natural Resources shall periodically prepare and 2558
submit to the Director of Budget and Management the estimated 2559
design, planning, and engineering costs of capital-related work to 2560
be done by the Department of Natural Resources for each project. 2561
Based on the estimates, the Director of Budget and Management may 2562
release appropriations from the foregoing appropriation item 2563
C725E6, Project Planning, within Fund 7035, to pay for design, 2564
planning, and engineering costs incurred by the Department for the 2565
projects. Upon release of the appropriations by the Director of 2566
Budget and Management, the Department of Natural Resources shall 2567
pay for these expenses from the Parks Capital Expenses Fund (Fund 2568
2270), and be reimbursed from Fund 7035 using an intrastate 2569
voucher. 2570

       Section 223.23.  For the appropriations in this act made from 2571
the Ohio Parks and Natural Resources Fund (Fund 7031), the Ohio 2572
Department of Natural Resources shall periodically prepare and 2573
submit to the Director of Budget and Management the estimated 2574
design, planning, and engineering costs of capital-related work to 2575
be done by the Department of Natural Resources for each project. 2576
Based on those estimates, the Director of Budget and Management 2577
may release appropriations from the foregoing appropriation item 2578
C275E5, Project Planning, within Fund 7031 to pay for design, 2579
planning, and engineering costs incurred by the Department of 2580
Natural Resources for the projects. Upon release of the 2581
appropriations by the Director of Budget and Management, the 2582
Department of Natural Resources shall pay for these expenses from 2583
the Capital Expenses Fund (Fund 4S90) and be reimbursed by Fund 2584
7031 using an intrastate voucher.2585

       Section 223.30. The Ohio Public Facilities Commission is 2586
hereby authorized to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2l 2587
of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 151. and 2588
particularly sections 151.01 and 151.05 of the Revised Code, 2589
original obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to 2590
exceed $58,000,000 in addition to the original issuance of 2591
obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General 2592
Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued, subject to 2593
applicable constitutional and statutory limitations, as needed to 2594
provide sufficient moneys to the credit of the Ohio Parks and 2595
Natural Resources Fund (Fund 7031) to pay costs of capital 2596
facilities as defined in sections 151.01 and 151.05 of the Revised 2597
Code. 2598

       Section 223.40. The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 2599
to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 2600
Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 154. of the Revised Code, 2601
particularly section 154.22 of the Revised Code, original 2602
obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 2603
$139,000,000, in addition to the original issuance of obligations 2604
heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General Assembly. These 2605
authorized obligations shall be issued, subject to applicable 2606
constitutional and statutory limitations, as needed to provide 2607
sufficient moneys to the credit of the Parks and Recreation 2608
Improvement Fund (Fund 7035) to pay the costs of capital 2609
facilities for parks and recreation as defined in section 154.01 2610
of the Revised Code. 2611

       Section 225.10. DOT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION2612

Transportation Building Fund (Fund 7029)2613

C77705 Statewide Land and Buildings $ 100,000,000 2614
TOTAL Transportation Building Fund $ 100,000,000 2615
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 100,000,000 2616


       Section 225.20.  The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 2618
to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 2619
Ohio Constitution and Chapter 154. and section 307.021 of the 2620
Revised Code, original obligations in an aggregate principal 2621
amount not to exceed $100,000,000 in addition to the original 2622
issuance of obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the 2623
General Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued, 2624
subject to applicable constitutional and statutory limitations, to 2625
pay costs associated with previously authorized capital facilities 2626
and the capital facilities referred to in Section 225.10 of this 2627
act for the Department of Transportation.2628

       Section 227.10. DPS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 2629

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2630

C76034 EMA Building System and Equipment $ 526,600 2631
C76039 Clinton County Farmer's and Sportsman's Association $ 50,000 2632
C76040 Wayne County Emergency Services Infrastructure $ 589,000 2633
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 1,165,600 2634

Highway Safety Fund (Fund 7036)2635

C76000 Platform Scales Improvements $ 350,000 2636
C76036 Shipley Building Renovations and Improvements $ 2,250,000 2637
C76037 Cincinnati Consolidated Center Renovations and Improvements $ 3,500,000 2638
C76038 Brook Park Facility Renovations and Improvements $ 900,000 2639
TOTAL Highway Safety Fund $ 7,000,000 2640
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 8,165,600 2641


       Section 229.10. DRC DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION AND 2643
CORRECTION 2644

Adult Correctional Building Fund (Fund 7027)2645

C50101 Community-Based Correctional Facilities $ 15,000,000 2646
C50136 General Building Renovations $ 114,000,000 2647
C501FD Project Management $ 1,000,000 2648
TOTAL Adult Correctional Building Fund $ 130,000,000 2649
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 130,000,000 2650


       Section 229.20. The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 2652
to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 2653
Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 154. and section 307.021 of the 2654
Revised Code, original obligations in an aggregate principal 2655
amount not to exceed $126,000,000 in addition to the original 2656
issuance of obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the 2657
General Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued, 2658
subject to applicable constitutional and statutory limitations, as 2659
needed to provide sufficient moneys to the credit of the Adult 2660
Correctional Building Fund (Fund 7027) to pay costs associated 2661
with previously authorized capital facilities and the 2662
appropriations in this act from Fund 7027 for the Department of 2663
Rehabilitation and Correction. 2664

       Section 231.10. DVS DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS SERVICES 2665

Nursing Home – Federal Fund (Fund 3190)2666

C90065 G – Resident Safety and Fire Alarm Replacement $ 498,030 2667
C90067 S – Veterans Hall HVAC Mechanical Upgrade $ 3,742,375 2668
C90069 S – Window Replacement $ 1,474,422 2669
TOTAL Nursing Home - Federal Fund $ 5,714,827 2670

Veterans' Home Improvement Fund (Fund 6040)2671

C90064 G – Resident Safety and Fire Alarm Replacement $ 268,170 2672
C90066 S – Veterans Hall HVAC Mechanical Upgrade $ 2,015,125 2673
C90068 S – Window Replacement $ 793,919 2674
C90070 G – Parking Lot Expansion $ 1,086,000 2675
C90071 S – Pharmacy Relocation and Automation $ 685,000 2676
C90072 S-G Resident Room Furniture and Equipment $ 610,600 2677
TOTAL Veterans Home Improvement Fund $ 5,458,814 2678
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 11,173,641 2679


       Section 233.10. DYS DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH SERVICES 2681

Juvenile Correctional Building Fund (Fund 7028)2682

C47001 Fire Suppression, Safety, and Security $ 995,240 2683
C47002 General Institutional Renovations $ 3,683,697 2684
C47003 Community Rehabilitation Centers $ 3,942,600 2685
C47004 Housing Unit Replacements – Circleville JCF $ 24,920,760 2686
C47007 Local Juvenile Detention Centers $ 1,212,024 2687
C47017 Roof Replacement – Administrative Building $ 1,350,000 2688
TOTAL Juvenile Correctional Building Fund $ 36,104,321 2689
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 36,104,321 2690


       Section 233.20. COMMUNITY REHABILITATION CENTERS 2692

       From the foregoing appropriation item C47003, Community 2693
Rehabilitation Centers, the Department of Youth Services shall 2694
designate the projects involving the construction and renovation 2695
of single county and multicounty community corrections facilities 2696
for which the Treasurer of State is authorized to issue 2697
obligations. 2698

       The Department of Youth Services may review and approve the 2699
renovation and construction of projects for which funds are 2700
provided. The proceeds of any obligations authorized under this 2701
section shall not be applied to any such facilities that are not 2702
designated and approved by the Department of Youth Services. 2703

       The Department of Youth Services shall adopt guidelines to 2704
accept and review applications and designate projects. The 2705
guidelines shall require the county or counties to justify the 2706
need for the facility and to comply with timelines for the 2707
submission of documentation pertaining to the site, program, and 2708
construction. 2709

       For purposes of this section, "community corrections 2710
facilities" has the same meaning as in section 5139.36 of the 2711
Revised Code. 2712

       Section 233.30. LOCAL JUVENILE DETENTION CENTERS 2713

       From the foregoing appropriation item C47007, Local Juvenile 2714
Detention Centers, the Department of Youth Services shall 2715
designate the projects involving the construction and renovation 2716
of county and multicounty juvenile detention centers for which the 2717
Treasurer of State is authorized to issue obligations. 2718

       The Department of Youth Services may review and approve the 2719
renovation and construction of projects for which funds are 2720
provided. The proceeds of any obligations authorized under this 2721
section shall not be applied to any such facilities that are not 2722
designated by the Department of Youth Services. 2723

       The Department of Youth Services shall comply with the 2724
guidelines set forth in this section, accept and review 2725
applications, designate projects, and determine the amount of 2726
state match funding to be applied to each project. The department 2727
shall, with the advice of the county or counties participating in 2728
a project, determine the funded design capacity of the detention 2729
centers that are designated to receive funding. Notwithstanding 2730
any provisions to the contrary contained in Chapter 152. or 153. 2731
of the Revised Code, the Department of Youth Services may 2732
coordinate, review, and monitor the drawdown and use of funds for 2733
the renovation and construction of projects for which designated 2734
funds are provided. 2735

       (A) The Department of Youth Services shall develop a weighted 2736
numerical formula to determine the amount, if any, of state match 2737
that may be provided to a single county or multicounty detention 2738
center project. The formula shall include the factors specified 2739
below in division (A)(1) of this section and may include the 2740
factors specified below in division (A)(2) of this section. The 2741
weight assigned to the factors specified in division (A)(1) of 2742
this section shall be not less than twice the weight assigned to 2743
factors specified in division (A)(2) of this section. 2744

       (1)(a) The number of detention center beds needed in the 2745
county or group of counties, as estimated by the Department of 2746
Youth Services, is significantly more than the number of beds 2747
currently available. 2748

       (b) Any existing detention center in the county or group of 2749
counties does not meet health, safety, or security standards for 2750
detention centers as established by the Department of Youth 2751
Services. 2752

       (c) The Department of Youth Services projects that the county 2753
or group of counties have a need for a sufficient number of 2754
detention beds to make the project economically viable. 2755

       (2)(a) The percentage of children in the county or group of 2756
counties living below the poverty level is above the state 2757
average. 2758

       (b) The per capita income in the county or group of counties 2759
is below the state average. 2760

       (B) The formula developed by the Department of Youth Services 2761
shall yield a percentage of state match ranging from zero to sixty 2762
per cent based on the above factors. Notwithstanding the foregoing 2763
provisions, if a single county or multicounty system currently has 2764
no detention center beds, or if the projected need for detention 2765
center beds as estimated by the Department of Youth Services is 2766
greater than one hundred twenty per cent of current detention 2767
center bed capacity, then the percentage of state match shall be 2768
sixty per cent. To determine the dollar amount of the state match 2769
for new construction projects, the percentage of state match is 2770
multiplied by $125,000 per bed for detention centers with a 2771
designated capacity of ninety-nine beds or less, and by $130,000 2772
per bed for detention centers with a design capacity of one 2773
hundred beds or more. To determine the dollar amount of the state 2774
match for renovation projects the percentage match shall be 2775
multiplied by the actual cost of the renovation, provided that the 2776
cost of the renovation does not exceed $100,000 per bed. The 2777
funding authorized under this section that may be applied to a 2778
construction or renovation project shall not exceed the actual 2779
cost of the project. 2780

       The funding authorized under this section shall not be 2781
applied to any project unless the detention center will be built 2782
in compliance with health, safety, and security standards for 2783
detention centers as established by the Department of Youth 2784
Services. In addition, the funding authorized under this section 2785
shall not be applied to the renovation of a detention center 2786
unless the renovation is for the purpose of increasing the number 2787
of beds in the center, or to meet health, safety, or security 2788
standards for detention centers as established by the Department 2789
of Youth Services. 2790

       Section 233.40. The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 2791
to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 2792
Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 154. and other applicable sections 2793
of the Revised Code, original obligations in an aggregate 2794
principal amount not to exceed $34,000,000 in addition to the 2795
original issuance of obligations heretofore authorized by prior 2796
acts of the General Assembly. These authorized obligations shall 2797
be issued, subject to applicable constitutional and statutory 2798
limitations, as needed to provide sufficient moneys to the credit 2799
of the Juvenile Correctional Building Fund (Fund 7028) to pay the 2800
costs associated with previously authorized capital facilities and 2801
the appropriations in this act from Fund 7028 for the Department 2802
of Youth Services.2803

       Section 235.10. DEV DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AGENCY 2804

Coal Research and Development Fund (Fund 7046)2805

C19505 Coal Research and Development $ 3,000,000 2806
TOTAL Coal Research and Development Fund $ 3,000,000 2807
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,000,000 2808


       Section 235.20. The Ohio Public Facilities Commission is 2810
hereby authorized to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 15 2811
of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 151. of the 2812
Revised Code, and particularly sections 151.01 and 151.07 of the 2813
Revised Code, original obligations in an aggregate principal 2814
amount not to exceed $5,000,000 in addition to the original 2815
obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General 2816
Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued, subject to 2817
applicable constitutional and statutory limitations, in amounts 2818
necessary to ensure sufficient moneys to the credit of the Coal 2819
Research and Development Fund (Fund 7046) to pay costs of research 2820
and development of clean coal technology projects. 2821

       Section 237.10.  EXP EXPOSITIONS COMMISSION 2822

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2823

C72300 Electric Upgrade $ 1,000,000 2824
C72312 Renovations and Equipment Replacement $ 1,500,000 2825
C72318 Building Renovations and Repairs – Gilligan Building $ 8,500,000 2826
C72319 Exhibit and Activity Facilities $ 38,000,000 2827
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 49,000,000 2828
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 49,000,000 2829


       Section 239.10.  FCC FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION COMMISSION2831

Lottery Profits Education Fund (Fund 7017)2832

C23014 Classroom Facilities Assistance Program – Lottery Profits $ 100,000,000 2833
TOTAL Lottery Profits Education Fund $ 100,000,000 2834

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)2835

C23016 Energy Conservation Projects $ 3,000,000 2836
C230E5 State Agency Planning/Assessment $ 500,000 2837
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 3,500,000 2838

Cultural and Sports Facilities Building Fund (Fund 7030)2839

C23022 Woodward Opera House Redevelopment $ 100,000 2840
C23023 OHS - Ohio History Center Exhibit Replacement $ 840,750 2841
C23024 OHS - Statewide Site Exhibit Renovation $ 420,000 2842
C23025 OHS - Statewide Site Repairs $ 1,152,700 2843
C23027 OHS - Zoar Village Building Restoration $ 502,500 2844
C23028 OHS - Basic Renovations and Emergency Repairs $ 850,000 2845
C23030 OHS - Rankin House State Memorial $ 653,000 2846
C23031 OHS - Harding Home State Memorial $ 250,000 2847
C23032 OHS - Ohio Historical Center Rehabilitation $ 985,000 2848
C23033 OHS - Stowe House State Memorial $ 300,000 2849
C23038 OHS - Fort Amanda State Memorial $ 395,000 2850
C23042 Tecumseh - Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre $ 33,500 2851
C23044 OHS - Ohio River Museum $ 52,200 2852
C23045 OHS - Lockington Locks Stabilization $ 358,900 2853
C23057 OHS - Online Portal to Ohio's Heritage $ 1,246,000 2854
C23059 Lake Erie Nature and Science Center $ 300,000 2855
C23068 Huntington House $ 75,000 2856
C23077 Columbus Museum of Art: Expansion and Renovation Phase 3 $ 1,101,000 2857
C23083 Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens Restoration $ 1,560,522 2858
C23091 Ohio Theatre - Toledo $ 201,000 2859
C23098 Twin City Opera House $ 400,000 2860
C230A1 Preble County Historical Society $ 50,000 2861
C230A6 Secrest Auditorium Renovation $ 125,000 2862
C230B1 Karamu House $ 1,060,522 2863
C230C5 OHS - Collections Storage Facility Object Evaluation $ 212,000 2864
C230C6 OHS - Historic Site Signage $ 300,000 2865
C230C8 OHS - Serpent Mound $ 397,900 2866
C230D1 OHS – Great Circle Earthworks $ 75,000 2867
C230D4 OHS - Fort Laurens $ 45,000 2868
C230E6 OHS - Exhibits for Native American Sites $ 500,000 2869
C230E7 OHS - Hayes Presidential Center $ 50,000 2870
C230E8 OHS - Armstrong Air and Space Museum $ 45,000 2871
C230E9 OHS - Museum of Ceramics $ 223,850 2872
C230F1 OHS - Campus Martius Museum $ 145,200 2873
C230F2 Second Century Project $ 200,000 2874
C230F3 Stuart's Opera House $ 500,000 2875
C230F4 The Gordon, Hauss, Folk Company Mill $ 250,000 2876
C230F5 Thatcher Temple Art Building $ 37,500 2877
C230F6 Fitton Center for Creative Arts $ 100,000 2878
C230F7 Oxford Community Arts Center $ 450,000 2879
C230F8 Gammon House Improvements $ 75,000 2880
C230F9 Clark State Community College Performing Arts Center $ 275,000 2881
C230G1 Murphy Theatre $ 150,000 2882
C230G2 Johnson-Humrick House Museum $ 57,960 2883
C230G3 Public artPARK $ 200,000 2884
C230G4 Schines Art Park $ 357,500 2885
C230G5 Bedford Historical Society $ 100,000 2886
C230G6 Rainey Institute - Safe Parking $ $125,000 2887
C230G7 Ukrainian Museum - Archives $ 125,000 2888
C230G8 Cleveland African American Museum Restoration and Expansion $ 150,000 2889
C230G9 Great Lakes Science Center Omnimax Theatre $ 500,000 2890
C230H1 Cleveland Music School Settlement - Burke Mansion Performing Arts Center $ 255,000 2891
C230H2 Cozad Bates House $ 365,131 2892
C230H3 Beck Center $ 402,349 2893
C230H5 University Hospital Seidman Cancer Center Proton Therapy Center $ 500,000 2894
C230H7 Western Reserve Historical Society $ 750,000 2895
C230H9 Gordon Square Arts District $ 1,000,000 2896
C230J1 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame $ 1,060,522 2897
C230J4 Cleveland Museum of Natural History $ 2,500,000 2898
C230J5 Phillis Wheatley - Hunter's Cove House $ 350,000 2899
C230J6 West Side Market Renovation $ 500,000 2900
C230J7 Cardinal Center $ 75,000 2901
C230J8 War of 1812 Bicentennial Native American Bowery Education Center $ 24,913 2902
C230J9 St. Clair Memorial Hall $ 500,000 2903
C230K1 Historic Strand Theatre Renovation $ 150,000 2904
C230K2 Delaware Veterans Memorial Plaza $ 320,000 2905
C230K3 African-American Legacy Project $ 75,000 2906
C230K4 Ohio Glass Museum Furnace System $ 10,000 2907
C230K5 Saylor House and Reese-Peters House Preservation $ 20,000 2908
C230K6 Victoria Opera House Restoration Phase 2 $ 30,000 2909
C230K7 Georgian Museum Storage Facility $ 30,000 2910
C230K8 Sherman House Museum $ 35,000 2911
C230K9 Washington Court House Auditorium Project $ 100,000 2912
C230L1 McCoy Community Center of the Arts - Video Projection System $ 50,000 2913
C230L2 Glass Axis Relocation $ 150,000 2914
C230L3 Harmony Project $ 300,000 2915
C230L4 CCAD Cinematic Arts and Motion Capture Studio and Auditorium $ 750,000 2916
C230L5 Columbus Theater-Based Community Development Project $ 1,000,000 2917
C230L6 Franklin Park Conservatory Joint Recreation District $ 1,000,000 2918
C230L7 Sauder Village - 1920 Homestead $ 300,000 2919
C230L8 Fulton County Visitor and Heritage Center $ 1,000,000 2920
C230L9 Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre $ 100,000 2921
C230M1 French Art Colony/Riverby Theatre Guild $ 100,000 2922
C230M2 Geauga County Historical Society $ 56,000 2923
C230M3 Chardon Lyric Theatre $ 50,000 2924
C230M4 Chardon Heritage House $ 200,000 2925
C230M5 Incline Theater Project $ 550,000 2926
C230M6 Cincinnati Art Museum - Make Room for Art $ 825,000 2927
C230M7 Hamilton County Memorial Hall $ 2,000,000 2928
C230M8 Cincinnati Zoo $ 2,000,000 2929
C230M9 Union Terminal Restoration $ 5,000,000 2930
C230N1 Cincinnati Music Hall Revitalization $ 5,000,000 2931
C230N2 Kan Du Community Arts Center $ 520,000 2932
C230N3 Findlay Central Auditorium $ 1,000,000 2933
C230N4 Appalachian Forest Museum $ 100,000 2934
C230N5 Logan Theater $ 25,000 2935
C230N6 Willard Train Viewing Platform $ 50,000 2936
C230N7 Markay Theatre Renovation $ 150,000 2937
C230N8 Grand Theater Restoration Project $ 140,000 2938
C230N9 South Leroy Historic Meeting House Restoration $ 15,000 2939
C230P1 Willoughby Fine Arts Association - Facility Expansion $ 500,000 2940
C230P2 Ironton Cultural Arts Operations Facility $ 100,000 2941
C230P3 Sterling Theater Revitalization Project $ 200,000 2942
C230P4 Logan County Veterans' Memorial Hall $ 250,000 2943
C230P5 Columbia Station 1812 Block House Project $ 28,000 2944
C230P6 Avon Isle Renovation Phase 2 $ 82,775 2945
C230P7 Oberlin Gasholder Building/Underground Railroad Center $ 200,000 2946
C230P8 Carnegie Building Renovation $ 500,000 2947
C230P9 Toledo Zoo $ 750,000 2948
C230Q1 Imagination Station Improvements $ 695,000 2949
C230Q2 War of 1812 Exhibit $ 35,000 2950
C230Q3 Columbus Zoo and Aquarium $ 1,000,000 2951
C230Q4 Toledo Repertoire Theatre $ 150,000 2952
C230Q5 Valentine Theatre Initiative $ 136,000 2953
C230Q6 Southern Park Historic District $ 250,000 2954
C230Q7 Butler Institute of Art $ 279,717 2955
C230Q8 Stambaugh Auditorium $ 500,000 2956
C230Q9 Marion Palace Theatre $ 731,000 2957
C230R1 Bradford Rail Museum $ 275,000 2958
C230R2 K12 and TEJAS Building Project $ 50,000 2959
C230R3 River Run Murals Project $ 82,500 2960
C230R4 Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Studio Renovations $ 125,000 2961
C230R5 Wright Company Factory Project $ 250,000 2962
C230R6 Victoria Theatre and Metropolitan Arts Center $ 825,000 2963
C230R7 Preserving & Updating the Historic Dayton Art Institute $ 2,198,500 2964
C230R8 National Ceramic Museum and Heritage Center Renovation $ 100,000 2965
C230R9 Opera House Project $ 100,000 2966
C230S1 Tecumseh Theater - Opera House Restoration $ 140,000 2967
C230S2 Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Center $ 341,600 2968
C230S3 Hayden Auditorium - Hiram $ 260,854 2969
C230S4 Majestic Theater Renovation $ 36,000 2970
C230S5 Lucy Webb Hayes Heritage Center Exterior Replacement and Restoration $ 100,000 2971
C230S6 Pumphouse Center for the Arts $ 130,000 2972
C230S7 Historic Sidney Theatre $ 500,000 2973
C230S8 Pro Football Hall of Fame $ 10,000,000 2974
C230S9 Park Theater Renovation $ 159,078 2975
C230T1 Akron Civic Theater $ 530,261 2976
C230T2 John Brown House and Grounds $ 50,000 2977
C230T3 Hale Farm $ 500,000 2978
C230T4 Urichsville Clay Museum $ 150,000 2979
C230T5 Mason Historical Society $ 350,000 2980
C230T6 Cincinnati Zoo - Big Cat Facility $ 1,000,000 2981
C230T7 Historic Theatre Restoration $ 500,000 2982
C230T8 County Line Historical Society $ 46,000 2983
C230T9 Pemberville Opera House Elevator Project $ 220,000 2984
C230U1 Wood County Historical Center & Museum Accessibility Project $ 600,000 2985
C230U2 Avon Lake - Folger House $ 150,000 2986
C230U3 DeYor Performing Arts Center $ 100,000 2987
TOTAL Cultural and Sports Facilities Building Fund $ 76,400,704 2988

School Building Program Assistance Fund (Fund 7032)2989

C23002 School Building Program Assistance $ 575,000,000 2990
TOTAL School Building Program Assistance Fund $ 575,000,000 2991
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 754,900,704 2992

       STATE AGENCY PLANNING/ASSESSMENT2993

       The foregoing appropriation item C230E5, State Agency 2994
Planning/Assessment, shall be used by the Facilities Construction 2995
Commission to provide assistance to any state agency for 2996
assessment, capital planning, and maintenance management. 2997

       GEAUGA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY2998

        Of the foregoing appropriation item C230M2, Geauga County 2999
Historical Society, $12,000 shall be used for Geauga Historical 3000
Society – White Barn Restoration, $18,000 shall be used for Geauga 3001
Historical Society – Maple Museum, and $26,000 shall be used for 3002
Geauga Historical Society – Lennah Bond Center.3003

       SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAM ASSISTANCE 3004

       The foregoing appropriation item C23002, School Building 3005
Program Assistance, shall be used by the School Facilities 3006
Commission to provide funding to school districts that receive 3007
conditional approval from the Commission pursuant to Chapter 3318. 3008
of the Revised Code. 3009

       Section 239.20. The Treasurer of State is hereby authorized 3010
to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2i of Article VIII, 3011
Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 154. and other applicable sections 3012
of the Revised Code, original obligations in an aggregate 3013
principal amount not to exceed $75,000,000 in addition to the 3014
original issuance of obligations heretofore authorized by prior 3015
acts of the General Assembly. These authorized obligations shall 3016
be issued, subject to applicable constitutional and statutory 3017
limitations, as needed to provide sufficient moneys to the credit 3018
of the Cultural and Sports Facilities Building Fund (Fund 7030) to 3019
pay costs of capital facilities as defined in section 154.01 of 3020
the Revised Code, including construction as defined in division 3021
(H) of section 123.28 of the Revised Code, of the Ohio cultural 3022
capital facilities designated in appropriations in this act made 3023
from Fund 7030.3024

       Section 239.30.  The Ohio Public Facilities Commission is 3025
hereby authorized to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2n 3026
of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and Chapter 151. and 3027
particularly sections 151.01 and 151.03 of the Revised Code, 3028
original obligations in an aggregate principal amount not to 3029
exceed $500,000,000, in addition to the original issuance of 3030
obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General 3031
Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued, subject to 3032
applicable constitutional and statutory limitations, as needed to 3033
provide sufficient moneys to the credit of the School Building 3034
Program Assistance Fund (Fund 7032) to pay the costs to the state 3035
of constructing classroom facilities pursuant to sections 3318.01 3036
to 3318.33 of the Revised Code.3037

       Section 243.10.  JSC JUDICIARY SUPREME COURT3038

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)3039

C00502 General Building Renovations $ 4,955,435 3040
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 4,955,435 3041
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 4,955,435 3042


       Section 245.10.  PWC PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION 3044

State Capital Improvements Fund (Fund 7038)3045

C15000 Local Public Infrastructure/State CIP $ 300,000,000 3046
TOTAL State Capital Improvements Fund $ 300,000,000 3047

State Capital Improvements Revolving Loan Fund (Fund 7040)3048

C15030 Revolving Loan $ 69,000,000 3049
TOTAL State Capital Improvements Revolving Loan Fund $ 69,000,000 3050

Clean Ohio Conservation Fund (Fund 7056)3051

C15060 Clean Ohio Conservation Program $ 75,000,000 3052
TOTAL Clean Ohio Conservation Fund $ 75,000,000 3053
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 444,000,000 3054

       LOCAL PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE3055

       The foregoing appropriation item C15000, Local Public 3056
Infrastructure/State CIP, shall be used in accordance with 3057
sections 164.01 to 164.12 of the Revised Code. The Director of the 3058
Public Works Commission may certify to the Director of Budget and 3059
Management that a need exists to appropriate investment earnings 3060
to be used in accordance with sections 164.01 to 164.12 of the 3061
Revised Code. If the Director of Budget and Management determines 3062
pursuant to division (D) of section 164.08 and section 164.12 of 3063
the Revised Code that investment earnings are available to support 3064
additional appropriations, such amounts are hereby appropriated. 3065

       If the Public Works Commission receives refunds due to 3066
project overpayments that are discovered during a post-project 3067
audit, the Director of the Public Works Commission may certify to 3068
the Director of Budget and Management that refunds have been 3069
received. In certifying the refunds, the Director of the Public 3070
Works Commission shall provide the Director of Budget and 3071
Management information on the project refunds. The certification 3072
shall detail by project the source and amount of project 3073
overpayments received and include any supporting documentation 3074
required or requested by the Director of Budget and Management. 3075
Upon receipt of the certification, the Director of Budget and 3076
Management shall determine if the project refunds are necessary to 3077
support existing appropriations. If the project refunds are 3078
available to support additional appropriations, these amounts are 3079
hereby appropriated to appropriation item C15030, Revolving Loan.3080

       REVOLVING LOAN 3081

       The foregoing appropriation item C15030, Revolving Loan, 3082
shall be used in accordance with sections 164.01 to 164.12 of the 3083
Revised Code. 3084

       If the Public Works Commission receives refunds due to 3085
project overpayments that are discovered during a post-project 3086
audit, the Director of the Public Works Commission may certify to 3087
the Director of Budget and Management that refunds have been 3088
received. In certifying the refunds, the Director of the Public 3089
Works Commission shall provide the Director of Budget and 3090
Management information on the project refunds. The certification 3091
shall detail by project the source and amount of project 3092
overpayments received and include any supporting documentation 3093
required or requested by the Director of Budget and Management. 3094
Upon receipt of the certification, the Director of Budget and 3095
Management shall determine if the project refunds are necessary to 3096
support existing appropriations. If the project refunds are 3097
available to support additional appropriations, these amounts are 3098
hereby appropriated to appropriation item C15030, Revolving Loan.3099

       STATE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS REVOLVING LOAN FUND3100

       Revenues to the State Capital Improvements Revolving Loan 3101
Fund (Fund 7040) shall consist of all repayments of loans made to 3102
local subdivisions for capital improvements, investment earnings 3103
on moneys in the fund, and moneys obtained from federal or private 3104
grants or from other sources for the purpose of making loans for 3105
the purpose of financing or assisting in the financing of the cost 3106
of capital improvement projects of local subdivisions.3107

       If the Public Works Commission receives refunds due to 3108
project overpayments that are discovered during the post-project 3109
audit, the Director of the Public Works Commission may certify to 3110
the Director of Budget and Management that refunds have been 3111
received. If the Director of Budget and Management determines that 3112
the project refunds are available to support additional 3113
appropriations, such amounts are hereby appropriated.3114

       Section 245.20. The Ohio Public Facilities Commission is 3115
hereby authorized to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2p 3116
of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and sections 151.01 and 151.08 3117
of the Revised Code, original obligations, in an aggregate 3118
principal amount not to exceed $300,000,000, in addition to the 3119
original obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the 3120
General Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued and 3121
sold from time to time and in amounts necessary to ensure 3122
sufficient moneys to the credit of the State Capital Improvements 3123
Fund (Fund 7038) to pay costs of capital improvement projects of 3124
local subdivisions. 3125

       Section 245.30.  The Ohio Public Facilities Commission is 3126
hereby authorized to issue and sell, in accordance with Section 2o 3127
and 2q of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and pursuant to 3128
sections 151.01 and 151.09 of the Revised Code, original 3129
obligations of the state in an aggregate principal amount not to 3130
exceed $100,000,000 in addition to the original issuance of 3131
obligations heretofore authorized by prior acts of the General 3132
Assembly. These authorized obligations shall be issued and sold 3133
from time to time, subject to applicable constitutional and 3134
statutory limitations, as needed to ensure sufficient moneys to 3135
the credit of the Clean Ohio Conservation Fund (Fund 7056), the 3136
Clean Ohio Agricultural Easement Fund (Fund 7057), and the Clean 3137
Ohio Trail Fund (Fund 7061) to pay costs of conservation projects.3138

       Section 247.10. OSB SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 3139

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)3140

C22616 Renovations and Improvements $ 1,039,460 3141
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 1,039,460 3142
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,039,460 3143


       Section 249.10. OSD SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 3145

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026)3146

C22107 Renovations and Improvements $ 967,770 3147
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 967,770 3148
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 967,770 3149


Reappropriations

       Section 251.10. ADJ ADJUTANT GENERAL 3151

Army National Guard Service Contract Fund (Fund 3420) 3152
C74519 Armory Construction – Federal Share $ 3,752,854 3153
C74536 Construct Delaware Training and Community Center – Federal Share $ 3,023,490 3154
TOTAL Army National Guard Service Contract Fund $ 6,776,344 3155

Community Match Armories Fund (Fund 5U80) 3156
C74520 Armory Construction – Local Share $ 2,418,078 3157
TOTAL Community Match Armories Fund $ 2,418,078 3158

Administrative Building Fund (Fund 7026) 3159
C74525 Construct Delaware Training and Community Center – State Share $ 1,179,804 3160
C74535 Renovations and Improvements $ 657,971 3161
TOTAL Administrative Building Fund $ 1,837,775 3162
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 11,032,197 3163

       RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS3164

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3165
item C74535, Renovations and Improvements, is the unencumbered and 3166
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3167
C74535, plus the unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 3168
30, 2014, in appropriation item C74502, Roof Replacement – Various 3169
Facilities, plus $103,519. Prior to the expenditure of this 3170
appropriation, the Adjutant General shall certify to the Director 3171
of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the amount of at 3172
least $103,519.3173

Reappropriations

       Section 253.10. BOARD OF REGENTS AND STATE INSTITUTIONS OF 3174
HIGHER EDUCATION3175

BOR BOARD OF REGENTS
3176

Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund (Fund 7024) 3177
C23547 Central State Student Activity Center - Taxable $ 18,430,000 3178
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund $ 18,430,000 3179

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3180
C23502 Research Facility Action and Investment Funds $ 4,437,343 3181
C23506 Third Frontier Project $ 3,808,835 3182
C23524 Supplemental Renovations - Library Depositories $ 305,190 3183
C23525 CWRU Mt. Sinai Skills and Simulation Center $ 485,000 3184
C23528 Clintonville Fiber Project $ 97,000 3185
C23529 Workforce Based Training and Equipment $ 2,829,306 3186
C23530 Technology Initiatives $ 1,213,761 3187
C23535 CWRU Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology $ 323,333 3188
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 13,499,768 3189
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 31,929,768 3190

       THIRD FRONTIER PROJECT 3191

       The foregoing appropriation item C23506, Third Frontier 3192
Project, shall be used to acquire, renovate, or construct 3193
facilities and purchase equipment for research programs, 3194
technology development, product development, and commercialization 3195
programs at or involving state-supported and state-assisted 3196
institutions of higher education. The funds shall be used to make 3197
grants awarded on a competitive basis, and shall be administered 3198
by the Third Frontier Commission. Expenditure of these funds shall 3199
comply with Section 2n of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, and 3200
sections 151.01 and 151.04 of the Revised Code for the period 3201
beginning July 1, 2014, and ending June 30, 2016. 3202

       The Third Frontier Commission shall develop guidelines 3203
relative to the application for and selection of projects funded 3204
from appropriation item C23506, Third Frontier Project. The 3205
Commission may develop these guidelines in consultation with other 3206
interested parties. The Board of Regents and all state-assisted 3207
and state-supported institutions of higher education shall take 3208
all actions necessary to implement grants awarded by the Third 3209
Frontier Commission. 3210

Reappropriations

       Section 253.20. BTC BELMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE 3211

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3212
C36800 Basic Renovations $ 402,184 3213
C36801 Main Building Renovation - Phase 3 $ 47,663 3214
C36802 Industrial and Data Processing Equipment $ 125,661 3215
C36803 ADA Modifications $ 48,417 3216
C36804 Health Sciences Center $ 4,372,997 3217
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 4,996,922 3218
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 4,996,922 3219

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3220

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3221
item C36800, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3222
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C36800, Basic 3223
Renovations, plus $4,329. Prior to the expenditure of this 3224
appropriation, Belmont Technical College shall certify to the 3225
Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the 3226
amount of at least $4,329.3227

Reappropriations

       Section 253.30. BGU BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY 3228

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3229
C24000 Basic Renovations $ 2,544,739 3230
C24001 Basic Renovations - Firelands $ 209,049 3231
C24007 Materials Network $ 911 3232
C24031 Health Center Addition $ 9,025,035 3233
C24035 Library Depository Northwest $ 411,209 3234
C24037 Academic Buildings Rehabilitation $ 15,043,965 3235
C24042 Water Quality Lab Equipment $ 146,250 3236
C24043 Center for Microscopy and Microanalysis $ 120,027 3237
C24045 Allied Health and Science Building - Firelands $ 873,000 3238
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 28,374,185 3239
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 28,374,185 3240

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3241

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3242
item C24000, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3243
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C24000, Basic 3244
Renovations, plus $88,898. Prior to the expenditure of this 3245
appropriation, Bowling Green State University shall certify to the 3246
Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the 3247
amount of at least $88,898.3248

       BASIC RENOVATIONS - FIRELANDS3249

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3250
item C24001, Basic Renovations - Firelands, is the unencumbered 3251
and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3252
C24001, Basic Renovations - Firelands, plus $8,419. Prior to the 3253
expenditure of this appropriation, Bowling Green State University 3254
shall certify to the Director of Budget and Management canceled 3255
encumbrances in the amount of at least $8,419.3256

Reappropriations

       Section 253.40. CWR CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY3257

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3258
C31100 Northeast Ohio Biomedical Research Consortium $ 32,737 3259
C31101 MEMSNet $ 17,052 3260
C31102 Pharmacological Sciences $ 9,594 3261
C31103 Institutional Animal Resources $ 62,219 3262
C31104 Ohio BioMEMS Consortium/Microdevice $ 10,671 3263
C31106 Propulsion Systems $ 30,784 3264
C31107 Fire and Explosion Sci Tech $ 31,018 3265
C31110 Organic Semiconductor Consortium $ 65,716 3266
C31111 Nanoscale Hybrid Materials $ 1,047 3267
C31115 Condensed Matter Physics $ 313,833 3268
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 574,671 3269
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 574,671 3270


Reappropriations

       Section 253.50. COT CENTRAL OHIO TECHNICAL COLLEGE 3272

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3273
C36900 Basic Renovations $ 75,446 3274
C36909 LeFevre Hall Cooling System/Generator $ 286,150 3275
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 361,596 3276
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 361,596 3277


Reappropriations

       Section 253.60. CSU CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY 3279

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3280
C25500 Basic Renovations $ 3,884 3281
C25501 Instructional and Data Processing Replacement $ 18,669 3282
C25503 Academic Facility $ 8,937 3283
C25510 Central State University Center $ 6,951,960 3284
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 6,983,450 3285
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 6,983,450 3286

       CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER3287

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3288
item C25510, Central State University Center, is the unencumbered 3289
and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3290
C25510, Central State University Center, plus $213,498. Prior to 3291
the expenditure of this appropriation, Central State University 3292
shall certify to the Director of Budget and Management canceled 3293
encumbrances in the amount of at least $213,498.3294

Reappropriations

       Section 253.70. CTC CINCINNATI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3295

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3296
C36101 Basic Renovations $ 630,117 3297
C36103 Instructional and Data Processing Equipment $ 109,658 3298
C36107 Classroom Technology Enhancements $ 17,350 3299
C36109 Brick Repair and Weatherproofing $ 6,891 3300
C36124 STEM Laboratory Renovations $ 16,107 3301
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 780,123 3302
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 780,123 3303

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3304

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3305
item C36101, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3306
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C36101, Basic 3307
Renovations, plus the unencumbered and unallotted balance as of 3308
June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C36116, Electrical Surge 3309
Protection.3310

Reappropriations

       Section 253.80. CLT CLARK STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3311

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3312
C38512 Basic Renovations $ 735,639 3313
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 735,639 3314
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 735,639 3315


Reappropriations

       Section 253.90. CLS CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY 3317

Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund (Fund 7024) 3318
C26062 Fenn College of Engineering - Taxable $ 1,234,810 3319
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund $ 1,234,810 3320

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3321
C26002 17th - 18th Street Block $ 90,615 3322
C26008 Geographic Information Systems $ 4,802 3323
C26016 Student Services $ 9,716 3324
C26022 Campus Fire Alarm Upgrade $ 15,108 3325
C26027 Cleveland Playhouse $ 150,000 3326
C26040 Cleveland Museum of Art $ 3,000,000 3327
C26041 Anthropology Department Renovation/Relocation $ 374,332 3328
C26053 Playhouse Square Center $ 5,092 3329
C26059 Playhouse Square - Allen Theatre $ 150,000 3330
C26061 Fenn College of Engineering $ 11,113,290 3331
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 14,912,955 3332
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 16,147,765 3333

       FENN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING3334

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3335
item C26061, Fenn College of Engineering, is the unencumbered and 3336
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3337
C26061, Fenn College of Engineering, plus the unencumbered and 3338
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3339
C26060, Main Classroom Roof Renovation.3340

Reappropriations

       Section 253.100. CTI COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3341

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3342
C38400 Basic Renovations $ 255,587 3343
C38411 Columbus Hall Renovation $ 18,169 3344
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 273,756 3345
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 273,756 3346

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3347

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3348
item C38400, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3349
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C38400, Basic 3350
Renovations, plus $13,563, plus the unencumbered and unallotted 3351
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C38410, 3352
Planning Building F. Prior to the expenditure of this 3353
appropriation, Columbus State Community College shall certify to 3354
the Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the 3355
amount of at least $13,563.3356

Reappropriations

       Section 253.110. CCC CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3357

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3358
C37800 Basic Renovations $ 908,444 3359
C37812 Building A Expansion Module - Western $ 1,164 3360
C37817 College-Wide Asset Protection & Building $ 14,920 3361
C37818 Healthcare Technology Building - Eastern $ 15,944 3362
C37821 Hospitality Management Program $ 10,583 3363
C37834 Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland $ 6,750 3364
C37835 Western Reserve Historical Society $ 42,000 3365
C37836 Crile Building Renovation, Western Campus $ 7,328,647 3366
C37837 Roof Replacements, Western Campus $ 123,582 3367
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 8,452,034 3368
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 8,452,034 3369


Reappropriations

       Section 253.120. JTC EASTERN GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3371

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3372
C38600 Basic Renovations $ 15,597 3373
C38601 Instructional and Data Processing Equipment $ 17,505 3374
C38603 Campus Master Plan $ 183,758 3375
C38607 Noncredit Job Training $ 215,204 3376
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 432,064 3377
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 432,064 3378


Reappropriations

       Section 253.130. ESC EDISON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3380

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3381
C39000 Basic Renovations $ 75,898 3382
C39011 Replace West Hall Windows $ 300,700 3383
C39012 Replace North Hall Roof $ 12,931 3384
C39013 Expand Parking Lot $ 259,475 3385
C39014 Access Improvements $ 261,900 3386
C39015 Information Technology Upgrades $ 135,800 3387
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,046,704 3388
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,046,704 3389


Reappropriations

       Section 253.140. HTC HOCKING TECHNICAL COLLEGE 3391

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3392
C36300 Basic Renovations $ 126,619 3393
C36313 Perry County Community Health at Hocking $ 200,000 3394
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 326,619 3395
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 326,619 3396

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3397

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3398
item C36300, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3399
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C36300, Basic 3400
Renovations, plus $126,619. Prior to the expenditure of this 3401
appropriation, Hocking Technical College shall certify to the 3402
Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the 3403
amount of at least $126,619.3404

Reappropriations

       Section 253.150. LTC JAMES RHODES STATE COLLEGE 3405

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3406
C38100 Basic Renovations $ 653,178 3407
C38110 Design Planning for Center of Excellence for Health Sciences $ 789,099 3408
C38112 Technology Laboratory Repairs $ 855,239 3409
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 2,297,516 3410
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 2,297,516 3411


Reappropriations

       Section 253.160. KSU KENT STATE UNIVERSITY 3413

Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund (Fund 7024) 3414
C270E4 Theoretical Liquid Crystal Physics $ 41,000 3415
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund $ 41,000 3416

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3417
C27000 Basic Renovations $ 445,492 3418
C27002 Basic Renovations - East Liverpool $ 113,845 3419
C27004 Basic Renovations - Salem $ 163,887 3420
C27005 Basic Renovations - Stark $ 60,605 3421
C27006 Basic Renovations - Ashtabula $ 79,333 3422
C27007 Basic Renovations - Trumbull $ 35,770 3423
C27008 Basic Renovations - Tuscarawas $ 19,846 3424
C27051 Environmental Technology Consortium $ 56,850 3425
C27064 Ohio Organic Semiconductor $ 44,620 3426
C27079 Blossom Music Center $ 2,512,500 3427
C27095 Fire Alarm System Upgrade $ 96,238 3428
C27096 Blossom Music Center $ 3,000,000 3429
C270A5 Basic Renovations - Geauga $ 78,170 3430
C270B0 Classroom Building Interior Renovation - Trumbull $ 7,677 3431
C270B2 Cleveland Orchestra - Severance Hall $ 750,000 3432
C270B7 Trumbull Site Improvements $ 260,393 3433
C270C0 Trumbull Envelope Renovation $ 36,910 3434
C270C4 Summit Power Plant Cooling Tower Repair Phase $ 31,376 3435
C270C6 Facilities Management System Upgrade - Phases 2 and 3 $ 23,177 3436
C270C7 Cunningham Hall Repairs $ 5,000,000 3437
C270C8 Williams Hall Repairs $ 5,000,000 3438
C270C9 Smith Hall Repairs $ 1,000,000 3439
C270D1 Multidiscipline Research Labs $ 5,000,000 3440
C270D3 Mary Patterson Building Renovations - East Liverpool $ 330,000 3441
C270D5 Science Lab Expansion - Salem $ 485,000 3442
C270D6 Fine Arts Building Renovations - Stark $ 43,418 3443
C270D7 Library Renovations - Stark $ 615,000 3444
C270D8 HVAC Replacements - Trumbull $ 855,000 3445
C270E1 Music and Speech Mechanical Piping System $ 28,356 3446
C270E2 Classroom Building Renovations - Tuscarawas $ 119,877 3447
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 26,293,340 3448
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 26,334,340 3449


Reappropriations

       Section 253.170. LCC LAKELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3451

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3452
C37900 Basic Renovations $ 1,003,675 3453
C37905 HVAC Upgrades/Rehabilitation $ 49,195 3454
C37913 Roadway, Parking Lot, and Sidewalk Renovations $ 485,000 3455
C37915 Renovation and Expansion of Science Hall and Health Technologies Building $ 1,971,932 3456
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 3,509,802 3457
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,509,802 3458


Reappropriations

       Section 253.180. LOR LORAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3460

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3461
C38301 Instructional and Data Processing Equipment $ 93,103 3462
C38309 Physical Science Building Renovations $ 2,619,795 3463
C38310 Energy Efficiency Projects $ 618,295 3464
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 3,331,193 3465
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 3,331,193 3466


Reappropriations

       Section 253.190. MTC MARION TECHNICAL COLLEGE 3468

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3469
C35904 Instructional and Data Processing Equipment $ 20,714 3470
C35905 Technical Education Center (TEC) Vacated Space Renovation $ 465,474 3471
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 486,188 3472
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 486,188 3473


Reappropriations

       Section 253.200. MUN MIAMI UNIVERSITY 3475

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3476
C28500 Basic Renovations $ 61,816 3477
C28503 Basic Renovations - Middletown $ 131,270 3478
C28505 Cooperative Regional Library Depository SW $ 623,336 3479
C28529 Southwestern Book Depository $ 14,723 3480
C28533 Miami University Learning Center $ 14,550 3481
C28541 Warfield Hall Rehabilitation $ 15,045 3482
C28553 Benton Hall Rehabilitation $ 37,829 3483
C28557 Warfield Hall Rehabilitation $ 6,245 3484
C28560 Academic/Administration and Renovation Project $ 238,177 3485
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,142,991 3486
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,142,991 3487


Reappropriations

       Section 253.210. NCC NORTH CENTRAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE 3489

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3490
C38000 Basic Renovations $ 13,903 3491
C38012 Health Sciences Center Renovation $ 751,168 3492
C38013 Kehoe Center Bridge Replacement $ 566,251 3493
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,331,322 3494
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,331,322 3495


Reappropriations

       Section 253.220. NEM NORTHEAST OHIO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY3497

Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund (Fund 7024) 3498
C30524 REDIZONE Partnership Development - Taxable $ 63,050 3499
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Taxable Fund $ 63,050 3500

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3501
C30500 Basic Renovations $ 564,256 3502
C30501 Cooperative Regional Library Depository - Northeastern $ 500,231 3503
C30502 Instructional and Data Processing Equipment $ 41,980 3504
C30519 Steam to Hot Water Heating Conversion $ 35,738 3505
C30520 Research and Graduate Education Building $ 533,500 3506
C30521 Creation of a Biomechanics-Gait Laboratory $ 436,500 3507
C30522 REDIZONE Partnership Development $ 567,450 3508
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 2,679,655 3509
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 2,742,705 3510

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3511

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3512
item C30500, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3513
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C30500, Basic 3514
Renovations, plus the unencumbered and unallotted balance as of 3515
June 30, 2014, in appropriation items C30523, Simulation Center 3516
Partnership and C30525, Simulation Center Partnership - Taxable.3517

Reappropriations

       Section 253.230. OSU OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 3518

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3519
C31500 Basic Renovations $ 1,790,744 3520
C31501 Basic Renovations - Regional Campuses $ 294,550 3521
C31528 Fine Particle Technologies $ 206,361 3522
C31536 Materials Network $ 54,344 3523
C31538 Analytical Electron Microscope $ 363,750 3524
C31539 High Temp Alloys and Alluminoids $ 213,400 3525
C31559 Versatile Film Facility $ 60,985 3526
C31564 Physical Sciences Building $ 19,400 3527
C31597 Animal and Plant Biology Level 3 $ 955,765 3528
C315AG Platform Technology for MRI $ 717,800 3529
C315AJ Smith Laboratory Rehabilitation $ 1,680,880 3530
C315AK Mathematical Science Research Institute $ 13,970 3531
C315AM Research Center for Clean Vehicles $ 26,012 3532
C315AX Sullivant Hall/Billy Ireland $ 155,309 3533
C315AY OARDC Agricultural Engineering Building Replacement $ 224,514 3534
C315AZ Neuromodulation Clinical Expansion $ 2,373,676 3535
C315BE Chiller Replacements $ 1,940,000 3536
C315BF Boiler Replacements $ 873,708 3537
C315BG Building Automation System $ 708,100 3538
C315BH Utility Tunnel Safety Upgrades $ 238,135 3539
C315BM Graves Hall Elevators $ 3,161,089 3540
C315BO McCracken Power Plant Elevators $ 530,784 3541
C315BQ Hayes Hall Foundation Repairs $ 591,700 3542
C315BR Replacement Emergency Generators $ 1,940,000 3543
C315BT Mendenhall Lab Roof $ 3,530,606 3544
C315BV South Campus Sewer $ 1,358,000 3545
C315BX Library Renovation - Lima $ 950,600 3546
C315BY Domestic Water Booster Pumps - Lima $ 154,351 3547
C315BZ Service Building Controls Update - Lima $ 32,980 3548
C315C3 Non-Silicon Micromachining $ 71,771 3549
C315CA Morrill Hall Renovations - Marion $ 970,000 3550
C315CB Student Union Renovations - Mansfield $ 959,727 3551
C315CC Founder Hall Renovations - Newark $ 1,067,000 3552
C315CD Lefevre Hall - Newark $ 366,660 3553
C315CH Newark Maintenance Facility $ 873,000 3554
C315CJ Exterior Building Improvements - ATI $ 440,287 3555
C315CK Equipment Storage/Chemical Mixing Facility - ATI $ 437,203 3556
C315CM Hale Hall Renovation $ 2,522,000 3557
C315CN Kottman Hall Renovation $ 7,315,934 3558
C315CP Apple Creek Farm - ATI $ 1,940,000 3559
C315CQ Campus Roadway - Mansfield $ 727,500 3560
C315CR Parking Lot and Road Improvements - ATI $ 388,000 3561
C315CS Greenhouse Improvements - ATI $ 1,014,190 3562
C315CT Classroom and Laboratory Improvements – ATI-FAES $ 2,910,000 3563
C315CU Soil and Water Conservation System - ATI $ 291,000 3564
C315CV ADA Restroom Upgrades – ATI-FAES $ 485,000 3565
C315CW Laboratory Spaces - ATI $ 213,400 3566
C315CX Dining Services Renovation - ATI $ 628,560 3567
C315CY Road and Parking Lot Repavement - OARDC $ 599,963 3568
C315CZ Outdoor Lighting Replacement - OARDC $ 630,500 3569
C315D2 Supercomputer Center Expansion $ 2,097,905 3570
C315DA OARDC Animal Housing $ 1,499,998 3571
C315DB Academic Building Replacement Heaters $ 1,843,582 3572
C315DC OARDC – Selby Greenhouse Renovation – Phase 1 $ 1,552,000 3573
C315DD OARDC Interior Lighting Upgrade $ 145,500 3574
C315DE Ohio Library and Information Network $ 1,972,598 3575
C315DG Galvin Restrooms - Lima $ 485,000 3576
C315DJ Enarson Classroom HVAC $ 582,000 3577
C315E0 OARDC Wooster Phone System Replacement $ 961,689 3578
C315F8 Nanotechnology Molecular Assembly $ 42,265 3579
C315F9 Networking and Communication $ 66,883 3580
C315G2 Precision Navigation $ 82,450 3581
C315H3 Dark Fiber $ 2,137,328 3582
C315H9 Nanoscale Polymers Manufacturing $ 166,948 3583
C315L1 Ohio Commons for Digital Education $ 7,558 3584
C315L3 Non-credit Job Education and Training $ 33,702 3585
C315N1 Atomic Force Microscopy $ 174,600 3586
C315N2 Interactive Applications $ 7,283 3587
C315P6 Chirped-Pulse Amplifier $ 49,899 3588
C315R3 New Student Life Building $ 2,092,537 3589
C315R4 Founders/Hopewell Hall Renovation $ 350,076 3590
C315R7 Stone Laboratory Resource Facility Improvements $ 2,011 3591
C315S4 Utility Upgrade/East Campus Area $ 597,365 3592
C315T4 Basic Renovations - ATI $ 398,352 3593
C315T5 Basic Renovations - Lima $ 245,980 3594
C315T6 Basic Renovations - Mansfield $ 67,992 3595
C315T7 Basic Renovations - Marion $ 121,802 3596
C315T9 Basic Renovations - OARDC $ 964,710 3597
C315U2 Academic Core - North $ 334,195 3598
C315U8 OSU African American and African Studies $ 727,500 3599
C315W4 Inductively Coupled Sector Field Mass Spectrometer $ 70,012 3600
C315W9 ATI - Halterman Hall Fan Coil Replacement $ 2,090 3601
C315X2 Integrated Technical Infrastructure $ 2,291,996 3602
C315X3 Hopkins Windows and Storefront $ 47,609 3603
C315Y5 Coal Direct Chemical Looping $ 74,930 3604
C315Z2 ATI - Livestock Working Facility $ 10,220 3605
C315Z3 Hopkins Hall Mechanical Systems Improvements $ 100,125 3606
C315Z6 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering/Chemistry Building $ 183,284 3607
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 72,605,182 3608
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 72,605,182 3609

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3610

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3611
item C31500, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3612
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C31500, Basic 3613
Renovations, plus $291,588. Prior to the expenditure of this 3614
appropriation, The Ohio State University shall certify to the 3615
Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the 3616
amount of at least $291,588.3617

       OHIO LIBRARY AND INFORMATION NETWORK3618

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3619
item C315DE, Ohio Library and Information Network, is the 3620
unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in 3621
appropriation item C315DE, Ohio Library and Information Network, 3622
plus $74,000. Prior to the expenditure of this appropriation, The 3623
Ohio State University shall certify to the Director of Budget and 3624
Management canceled encumbrances from Wright State University 3625
appropriation item C27504, Library Access Consolidation System, in 3626
the amount of at least $74,000.3627

       BASIC RENOVATIONS - ATI3628

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3629
item C315T4, Basic Renovations - ATI, is the unencumbered and 3630
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3631
C315T4, Basic Renovations - ATI, plus $16,405. Prior to the 3632
expenditure of this appropriation, The Ohio State University shall 3633
certify to the Director of Budget and Management canceled 3634
encumbrances in the amount of at least $16,405.3635

       BASIC RENOVATIONS - LIMA3636

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3637
item C315T5, Basic Renovations - Lima, is the unencumbered and 3638
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3639
C315T5, Basic Renovations - Lima, plus $19,682. Prior to the 3640
expenditure of this appropriation, The Ohio State University shall 3641
certify to the Director of Budget and Management canceled 3642
encumbrances in the amount of at least $19,682.3643

       BASIC RENOVATIONS - OARDC3644

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3645
item C315T9, Basic Renovations - OARDC, is the unencumbered and 3646
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3647
C315T9, Basic Renovations - OARDC, plus $41,815. Prior to the 3648
expenditure of this appropriation, The Ohio State University shall 3649
certify to the Director of Budget and Management canceled 3650
encumbrances in the amount of at least $41,815.3651

Reappropriations

       Section 253.240. OHU OHIO UNIVERSITY 3652

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3653
C30000 Basic Renovations $ 507,490 3654
C30007 Basic Renovations - Chillicothe $ 258,553 3655
C30008 Basic Renovations - Ironton $ 37,338 3656
C30025 Southeast Library Warehouse $ 936,919 3657
C30026 Elson Hall Rehabilitation - Zanesville $ 74,079 3658
C30050 University Center Replacement $ 18,602 3659
C30060 Supplemental Basic Renovations $ 28,136 3660
C30061 College of Communications Baker RTVC Redevelopment $ 78,452 3661
C30062 Shannon Hall Interior Renovation $ 208,434 3662
C30063 Ohio University Eastern Campus Health and Education Center $ 104,206 3663
C30064 Stevenson Student Service Area $ 1,168,578 3664
C30073 Land Acquisition - Southern $ 262,705 3665
C30074 Basic Renovations - Lancaster $ 249,405 3666
C30075 Infrastructure Improvements $ 8,214 3667
C30079 OU Southern Horse Park $ 1,698 3668
C30085 Coal Storage Building Solar Array $ 10,714 3669
C30087 West Green Roof Replacement $ 1,067,000 3670
C30088 Alden Library Renovations $ 1,495,255 3671
C30089 Haning Hall Elevator Addition $ 92,980 3672
C30090 Park Place Utility Tunnel Structure Repair $ 194,000 3673
C30091 Clippinger/Accelerator Building Roof Repairs $ 500,848 3674
C30092 Cutler Hall High Voltage Upgrade $ 339,500 3675
C30093 Convocation Center Roof/Ramp Repairs $ 1,238,811 3676
C30094 Lindley Hall Steam Piping Replacement $ 1,176,125 3677
C30095 Memorial Auditorium Repairs $ 1,455,000 3678
C30096 Campus Fire Alarm Upgrades $ 145,500 3679
C30097 Exterior Painting/Woodwork Repair $ 727,500 3680
C30099 Campus Accessibility Improvements $ 266,750 3681
C30100 Ridges Building #26 Demolition $ 18,704 3682
C30101 Glidden Rehearsal Hall HVAC Upgrade $ 317,187 3683
C30103 Chubb/Sing Tao/Siegfred Roof Repair $ 291,000 3684
C30104 Pruitt Field Repairs $ 138,297 3685
C30105 Campus Safety Lighting Improvements $ 485,000 3686
C30108 Cutler and Wilson Halls Waterproofing $ 504,400 3687
C30110 Kennedy Museum Elevator Upgrade $ 1,742,013 3688
C30111 Campus Roadway Improvements $ 727,500 3689
C30112 Bentley Hall Roof Replacement $ 412,250 3690
C30113 Lasher Hall Roof Replacement $ 194,000 3691
C30114 Stocker Air Handling Unit Replacements $ 436,985 3692
C30115 Utility Meter Replacements $ 108,567 3693
C30116 Bird Arena Cooling Equipment Upgrades $ 412,880 3694
C30117 Shoemaker Center Repairs - Chillicothe $ 357,639 3695
C30118 Shannon Hall Renovations - Eastern $ 523,606 3696
C30119 Brasee Hall Renovations - Lancaster $ 426,800 3697
C30120 Herrold Hall Renovations - Lancaster $ 436,500 3698
C30121 HVAC and Lighting Upgrades - Southern $ 359,870 3699
C30122 Classroom and Lab Renovations - Southern $ 145,500 3700
C30123 Collins Center Repairs - Southern $ 194,000 3701
C30124 Campus Center Roof Replacement - Zanesville $ 242,500 3702
C30125 Herrold Hall Renovations - Zanesville $ 562,600 3703
C30126 Plant Growth Chamber Research $ 58,200 3704
C30127 500 MHZ NMR Spectrometer $ 92,591 3705
C30148 Campus Chilled Water/AHU Improvements $ 709,766 3706
C30149 Campus Roof Replacements $ 200,000 3707
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 22,751,147 3708
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 22,751,147 3709

       BASIC RENOVATIONS - CHILLICOTHE3710

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3711
item C30007, Basic Renovations - Chillicothe, is the unencumbered 3712
and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3713
C30007, Basic Renovations - Chillicothe, plus $9,099. Prior to the 3714
expenditure of this appropriation, Ohio University shall certify 3715
to the Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in 3716
the amount of at least $9,099.3717

       ELSON HALL REHABILITATION - ZANESVILLE3718

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3719
item C30026, Elson Hall Rehabilitation - Zanesville, is the 3720
unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in 3721
appropriation item C30026, Elson Hall Rehabilitation - Zanesville, 3722
plus the unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, 3723
in appropriation item C30006, Basic Renovations - Zanesville. 3724

       SHANNON HALL INTERIOR RENOVATIONS3725

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3726
item C30062, Shannon Hall Interior Renovations, is the 3727
unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in 3728
appropriation item C30062, Shannon Hall Interior Renovations, plus 3729
the unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in 3730
appropriation item C30004, Basic Renovations - Eastern.3731

       BASIC RENOVATIONS - LANCASTER3732

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3733
item C30074, Basic Renovations - Lancaster, is the unencumbered 3734
and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3735
C30074, Basic Renovations - Lancaster, plus $700. Prior to the 3736
expenditure of this appropriation, Ohio University shall certify 3737
to the Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in 3738
the amount of at least $700.3739

       ALDEN LIBRARY RENOVATIONS3740

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3741
item C30088, Alden Library Renovations, is the unencumbered and 3742
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3743
C30088, Alden Library Renovations, plus the unencumbered and 3744
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3745
C30049, Alden Library Planning.3746

       PRUITT FIELD REPAIRS3747

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3748
item C30104, Pruitt Field Repairs, is the unencumbered and 3749
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3750
C30104, Pruitt Field Repairs, plus the unencumbered and unallotted 3751
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation items C30051, 3752
Lausche Heating Plant, C30084, Compost Facility Expansion, and 3753
C30102, Peden Stadium Concrete Restoration. 3754

       CAMPUS CHILLED WATER/AHU IMPROVEMENTS3755

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3756
item C30148, Campus Chilled Water/AHU Improvements, is the 3757
unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in 3758
appropriation item C30148, Campus Chilled Water/AHU Improvements, 3759
plus the unencumbered and unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, 3760
in appropriation item C30048, Clippinger Lab Planning.3761

       CAMPUS ROOF REPLACEMENTS3762

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3763
item C30149, Campus Roof Replacements, is the unencumbered and 3764
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3765
C30149, Campus Roof Replacements, plus the unencumbered and 3766
unallotted balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item 3767
C30106, RTVC Building Roof Replacement.3768

Reappropriations

       Section 253.250. OTC OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3769

Higher Education Improvement Fund (Fund 7034) 3770
C38800 Basic Renovations $ 296,649 3771
C38801 Instructional and Data Processing Equipment $ 151,189 3772
C38811 Jerusalem Township Food Bank $ 97,000 3773
C38816 Penta Renovations $ 223,094 3774
C38821 College Hall Renovation $ 102,640 3775
C38823 HVAC Repairs $ 251,773 3776
C38824 Access Improvement Projects $ 77,600 3777
TOTAL Higher Education Improvement Fund $ 1,199,945 3778
TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,199,945 3779

       BASIC RENOVATIONS3780

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3781
item C38800, Basic Renovations, is the unencumbered and unallotted 3782
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C38800, Basic 3783
Renovations, plus $148,837, plus the unencumbered and unallotted 3784
balance as of June 30, 2014, in appropriation item C38822, 3785
Administration Hall Exterior Repairs. Prior to the expenditure of 3786
this appropriation, Owens Community College shall certify to the 3787
Director of Budget and Management canceled encumbrances in the 3788
amount of at least $148,837.3789

       PENTA RENOVATIONS3790

       The amount reappropriated for the foregoing appropriation 3791
item C38816, Penta Renovations, is the un