Updated December 27, 2012
The 1990 General Assembly established the Capital Planning Advisory Board (CPAB) of the Kentucky General Assembly. It is composed of 16 members appointed by all three branches of government. Pursuant to statute, the board is to create a six-year comprehensive statewide capital improvements plan, encompassing all state agencies and universities, to be submitted to the heads of the three branches-the Governor, the Chief Justice, and the Legislative Research Commission-by November 1 of each odd-numbered year. This schedule enables the comprehensive capital plan to be used in the subsequent budget process and legislative session.