SB 56 (BR 872) - B. Leeper
AN ACT relating to environmental protection.
Amend KRS 224.01-530 to require use of Regional Screening Level Table for US EPA Region 3 rather than Region 9 and the guidance in the Risk-Based Concentration Table User's Guide rather than the Region 9 Preliminary Remediation Goals.
SB 56 - AMENDMENTS
SCS - Retain original provisions of SB 56; clarify that the effective date of the act will determine the version of the regional screening level table adopted for use by the Department of Environmental Protection; require updates to regional screening level tables be promulgated in administrative regulation.
HFA (1, R. Rand) - Delete original provisions and replace with HB 290/SCS with the following exceptions: provide a one-year budget for Parts I through III, V, X, XI, and XIV for fiscal year 2010-2011; provide a two-year budget for Parts IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XII, XIII, and XVI; delete debt service for the Department of Veterans' Affairs; increase general fund moneys and restricted funds for the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority; adjust the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority's debt service; provide for the support of the 12 multi-county regional industrial park authorities; appropriate general fund moneys for the Hopkins County Fairgrounds Phase II project; delete language relating to KIA Infrastructure for Economic Development Fund for Coal-Producing Counties - 2004-2006; increase general fund moneys for the Commonwealth's attorneys and the county attorneys; provide funds for county fair grants, staffing support for the World Equestrian Games, and the Farms to Food Banks Program; provide that any expenses incurred by the Auditor of Public Accounts for audits mandated by the Legislative Research Commission be charged to the entity being audited; provide that debt service for the state accumulation fund also support increased costs to state agencies and medical coverage for new under-65 retirees; increase general fund moneys for the Economic Development Cabinet's Office of the Secretary; adjust the Economic Development Cabinet's Office of the Secretary's debt service; provide general fund moneys for the Louisville Waterfront Development Corporation, the Kentucky Innovation and Commercialization Center Program, and the Allen County Industrial Authority; increase general fund moneys for Financial Incentives; adjust Financial Incentive's debt service; increase general fund moneys for the Department of Education's Operations and Support Services; increase general fund moneys for the Education Technology Program; provide debt service for the Department of Education's Operations and Support Services; increase general fund moneys for Learning and Results Services; provide for the allocation of safe school funds and school-based decision making councils; increase general fund moneys for the Kentucky School for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Blind/Deaf Residential Travel Program, Dropout Prevention Program, Extended School Services Program, Family Resource and Youth Services Centers Program, Gifted and Talented Program, Highly Skilled Educator Program, Preschool Program, Read to Achieve, and Safe Schools Program; provide general fund moneys for the Lexington Hearing and Speech Center; make technical correction to the local district grant carry forward language; allow local school districts to use the primary election day as an instructional day; amend the use of local district capital funds language; delete language pertaining to kindergarten aides, maximum class size, and the Preschool Education Program; increase general fund moneys for the Support Education Excellence in Kentucky (SEEK) Program; increase general fund moneys for base SEEK allotments and Tier 1 component; increase the base guarantee per student in the allocation of SEEK funds; increase general fund moneys for Kentucky Educational Television; provide debt service for Direct Local Aid; make technical correction to WorkNow Ky language; increase general fund moneys for Vocational Rehabilitation; provide general fund moneys for interpreter services; make technical correction to teacher certification language; delete debt service for the Energy and Environment Cabinet's Office of the Secretary and Environmental Protection; amend the Waste Tire Trust Fund language to allow the Energy and Environment Cabinet to use no more than 30 percent of the funds; provide restricted funds for the Kentucky Pride Program; provide funds for forestry tree nurseries and the return of permit and acreage fees; provide language pertaining to a water district or a water association undertaking a waterline extension or improvement project; delete gubernatorial transition language; adjust the Facilities and Support Services' debt service; delete debt service for Revenue; provide general fund moneys for the demolition of the former state-operated tuberculosis facility in Bourbon County; increase general fund moneys and federal funds for Medicaid benefits; provide funds for Medicaid state match for preventative services by local and district health departments; provide funds for the Kentucky Prescription Assistance Program; prohibit the Department of Public Health from imposing a cap on the number or amount of services that a local or public health department can provide; provide general fund moneys for the continued implementation of the Boni Bill; increase general fund moneys for Aging and Independent Living; increase general fund moneys for Corrections Management; delete language and funding for probation and parole officers and community corrections in fiscal year 2011-2012; make technical correction to Mine Safe Funding language; increase general fund moneys for the Council on Postsecondary Education; provide debt service for the Council on Postsecondary Education; provide funds for 44 optometry slots; increase general fund moneys for Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority; increase general fund moneys for the College Access Program and the Kentucky National Guard Tuition Assistance Program; provide general fund moneys for the Community Operations Board; increase general fund moneys for the University of Louisville and the Quality and Charity Care Trust; increase Restricted Funds to the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet's Office of the Secretary; require that no less than $200,000 be allocated from the Tourism Marketing and Development on behalf of coal-producing counties for fees for professional artists and entertainers performing on the Kentucky Music Trail and require that the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet promote this assistance opportunity; provide general fund moneys for the International Mystery Writers' Festival and the Nicholas Hildreth School; provide general fund moneys for arts and health care and Westport School Community Center for Arts and Education; provide project revision authorization language for the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority; provide for the reauthorization and reallocation of various Kentucky Infrastructure Authority projects; provide for the reauthorization and reallocation of various Department of Local Government projects; provide $26,500,000 in Offers of Assistance - 2010-2011 for the School Facilities Construction Commission; delete Revenue's Comprehensive Tax System - Additional project; authorize additional capital project for Eastern Kentucky University and adjust a Western Kentucky University project; delete language pertaining to budget planning report, to tax expenditure revenue loss estimates, and to fiscal year 2011-2012 funds expenditure restriction from Part III, General Provisions; add Kentucky Education Television to the list of non-merit employees that the Governor cannot reduce; designate the Wine and Vine Fest as the official wine festival of the Commonwealth; delete waiver of coverage language from the Public Employee Health Coverage Program; provide that the Pilot Wellness Program also include hypertension; provide for the furlough of state employees; exclude Constitutional Officers, Commonwealth's Attorneys, County Attorneys, Kentucky Education Television, Department of Public Advocacy, and their offices from the general fund Budget Reduction Plan; create Kentucky Jobs for Kentucky Families and authorize various water, sewer, and school projects; provide that Part XV, Revenue Measures, shall have permanent effect; amend KRS 45.777 to deposit into the general fund proceeds from the sale of certain items of equipment or real property; amend KRS 138.4602 to make technical corrections and extend the trade-in allowance for new vehicle purchases to June 30, 2011; amend KRS 141.010 to decouple from the federal domestic production deduction and to allow a Kentucky domestic production deduction at a rate of six percent; amend KRS 141.206 to require estimated tax payments from pass-through entities that have nonresident partners, members, or shareholders in the same manner and at the same time of resident partners, members, or shareholders and create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to conform; amend KRS 141.388 to extend the approved time within which the new home tax credit applies, cap the tax credit at $15,000,000, allow certain individuals receiving the federal first-time home buyer tax credit to also receive Kentucky's new home tax credit, and provide an extension of time for certain individuals to submit the application for the credit; amend KRS 148.546 to cap the film industry tax credit at $5,000,000 during fiscal year 2010-2011; amend KRS 154.34-120 to provide that for certain approved companies the amount of incentives allowed in any year shall not exceed the lesser of the tax liability of the approved company related to the reinvestment project for that taxable year or 20 percent of the total amount of the approved costs; create a new section of KRS Chapter 246 to allow the Department of Agriculture to promulgate administrative regulations for the establishment of fees related to the metrology lab; amend KRS 278.5499 to allocate 2 cents per access line per month for the telecommunications access program; create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to establish the Endow Kentucky tax credit; amend KRS 154.60-010, 154.60-020, and 141.384 to allow the small business tax credit to apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2010; create new sections of KRS Chapter 141 to establish the New Markets Tax Credit Program; amend KRS 141.0205 to order the new tax credits; amend KRS 139.540 and 139.550 to accelerate sales and use tax payments; amend KRS 141.330 to accelerate withholding tax payments; set out the Transportation Cabinet Budget and the 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Plan.
HFA (2/Title, R. Rand) - Make title amendment.
HFA (3, S. Overly) - Delete original provisions and replace with the 2010-2012 Transportation Cabinet budget and the 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Plan.
HFA (4/Title, S. Overly) - Make title amendment.
Jan 5-introduced in Senate
Jan 6-to Natural Resources and Energy (S)
Feb 10-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar with Committee Substitute
Feb 11-2nd reading, to Rules
Feb 18-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Monday, February 22, 2010
Feb 22-passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
Feb 23-3rd reading, passed 38-0 with Committee Substitute
Feb 24-received in House
Feb 26-to Natural Resources & Environment (H)
Mar 4-posted in committee
Mar 11-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
Mar 12-2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 15-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Mar 29-taken from the Regular Orders of the Day; recommitted to Appropriations & Revenue (H)
Apr 14-taken from Committee, placed in the Orders of the Day; floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
Apr 15-floor amendments (3) and (4-title) filed