HB 3 (BR 67) - S. Overly
AN ACT relating to appropriations providing financing and conditions for the operations, maintenance, support, and functioning of the Transportation Cabinet of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The General Assembly shall enact a 2010-2012 Transportation Cabinet Budget.
HB 3 - AMENDMENTS
HCS - Appropriate to the Transportation Cabinet Budget from the General Fund, Restricted Funds, Federal Funds, Road Fund, and Highway Bonds $2,188,519,800 in fiscal year 2010-2011 and $2,765,822,700 in fiscal year 2011-2012 for operating costs; appropriate from Federal Funds, Road Fund, Bond Funds, and Investment Income for various capital projects; require the Secretary of the Transportation Cabinet to produce a document detailing the 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Program and the Highway Preconstruction Program; provide debt service to the General Administration and Support budget unit; allow the Transportation Cabinet to receive funds and services for the Adopt-A-Highway Litter Program; require the Transportation Cabinet to continue the SAFE Patrol Program; require the Secretary of the Transportation Cabinet to maximize Road Fund resources through a review of the Transportation Cabinet's contract expenditures; provide funds for Aviation's operational costs; provide debt service to the Aviation budget unit; provide funds for Economic Development Road lease-rental payments; provide debt service to the Debt Service budget unit; provide for excess lease-rental payments; provide that no portion of the revenues to the state Road Fund accrue to the Debt Payment Acceleration Fund account; provide debt service for Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicle (GARVEE) Bonds; provide funds for the State Supported Construction Program; provide for Economic Development Road Bonds; authorize projects in the 2008-2010 Biennial Highway Construction Plan to continue into the 2010-2012 biennium; provide funds for the Kentucky Transportation Center and new highway equipment purchases; authorize the Transportation Cabinet to match federal highway moneys; authorize the Transportation Cabinet to continue the Cash Management Plan and to make programmatic adjustments; provide for carry forward of any unexpended Road Fund appropriations in the Highways budget unit for various programs; provide debt service for Wetland Restoration; provide funds for Highways Maintenance and for the Woodland Industrial Park Access Road; provide for GARVEE Bonds; provide for interlocal cooperative agreements and a Crittenden County property; prioritize projects should any additional federal highway moneys become available; provide for the transfer of Road Fund resources for judgments; authorize the Transportation Cabinet to maximize the use of Toll Credits; provide funds for nonpublic school transportation; provide funds for the County Road Aid Program, the Rural Secondary Program, the Municipal Road Aid Program, and the Energy Recovery Road Fund; provide debt service to the Vehicle Regulation budget unit; provide for Capital Construction Fund appropriations and reauthorizations; provide for the expiration of existing line-item capital construction projects; detail bond proceeds investment income; provide for the payments of Wetland Restoration; authorize various capital projects; provide fund transfers; and provide a Transportation Cabinet Budget summary.
HFA (1, S. Overly) - Add a new Part V provision to the Transportation operating budget to provide that the Governor's 2010 Recommended Highway Construction Plan as submitted by the Governor on January 28, 2010, shall become the enacted Biennial Highway Construction Plan if the General Assembly does not enact such a plan during the 2010 Extraordinary Session.
HFA (2, S. Overly) - Provide that should the General Assembly not enact a 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Plan, the Governor shall implement the 2010-2012 years of the Kentucky 2010 Recommended Highway Construction Plan as submitted by the Governor on January 28, 2010.
SCS - Retain original provisions exceptions, increase Economic Development Road Bond debt service; increase Restricted Funds to the Highways budget unit in fiscal year 2011-2012; decrease Road Fund moneys to the Highways budget unit in both fiscal years; provide for the Federally Supported Construction Program; amend the State Supported Construction Program language; decrease funds for the Biennial Highway Construction Program; provide funds for the 21st Century Park Project, the Violet Road Sidewalk Repair, Lincoln River Greenway Walking Trail, and Providence-Webster County Airport; provide GARVEE Bond Funds and debt service for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project; authorize the Transportation Cabinet to pursue a project to place a concrete barrier wall along the inside shoulder of I-65 in Hart and Larue Counties; reauthorize 2009 Ky. Acts ch. 85; authorize two additional Transportation capital projects; make technical amendments to HB 1/EN.
SCA (1/Title, E. Harris) - Make title amendment.
May 24-introduced in House; to Appropriations & Revenue (H); taken from Appropriations & Revenue (H); 1st reading; returned to Appropriations & Revenue (H); posting waived
May 25-reported favorably, 2nd reading, to Rules with Committee Substitute; placed in the Orders of the Day for Wednesday, May 26, 2010
May 26-floor amendments (1) and (2) filed to Committee Substitute ; 3rd reading, passed 92-6 with Committee Substitute, floor amendment (2) ; received in Senate; taken from Committee on Committees (S); 1st reading; to Transportation (S)
May 27-taken from Transportation (S); 2nd reading; returned to Transportation (S)
May 29-reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute, committee amendment (1-title) ; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Saturday, May 29, 2010; 3rd reading, passed 34-2 with Committee Substitute, committee amendment (1-title) ; received in House; to Rules (H); posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute, committee amendment (1-title) ; House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute, committee amendment (1-title) ; Bill passed 84-0; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
Jun 4-Seven (7) line items vetoed (Acts Chapter 3)