99TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

 

State of Illinois

 

2015 and 2016   

HB6585

 

Introduced , by Rep. Jim Durkin

 

SYNOPSIS AS INTRODUCED:

 

Makes appropriations for Fiscal Year 2016 and 2017.

 

 

OMB099 00325 MJS 20325 b

 

 

 

 

 

  $FY16 AND FY17 APPROPRIATIONS.

 

 

 


    AN ACT concerning appropriations.

 

        Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly:

 

 

ARTICLE 0.2

 

    Section 1.  Purpose.  This Act makes appropriations and reappropriations for State fiscal year 2017.  Articles 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 17, 21, 22, 24, 28, 29, and 43 contain reappropriations of certain appropriations and reappropriations from State fiscal year 2015 as provided in Public Act 98-675, as may have been reappropriated for State fiscal year 2016 by a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly.  To the extent that such a Public Act has not been enacted, Articles 30 through 42 contain appropriations of identical amounts and purposes to those in Articles 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 17, 21, 22, 24, 28, and 29 but as new appropriations rather than as reappropriations.  Section 99 of Article 260 sets forth an effective date that causes Articles 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 17, 21, 22, 24, 28, and 29 to become effective if, and only if, an applicable Public Act of the 99th General Assembly should be enacted; should such not be enacted, the Section causes Articles 30 through 42 to become effective.

 

ARTICLE 0.5

    Section 1.  It is the intent of the State that all or a portion of the costs of projects funded by appropriations made in this Act from the Capital Development Fund, the School Construction Fund, the Anti-Pollution Fund, the Transportation Bond Series A Fund, the Transportation Bond Series B Fund, the Coal Development Fund, the Transportation Bond Series D Fund, and the Build Illinois Bond Fund will be paid or reimbursed from the proceeds of tax-exempt bonds subsequently issued by the State.

 

ARTICLE 1

SECRETARY OF STATE

    Section 5.  The sum of $10,110,140, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 2, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Secretary of State for capital grants to public libraries for permanent improvements.

 

    Section 10.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                         $10,110,140

 

ARTICLE 2

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

    Section 5.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Agriculture for repairs, maintenance, and capital improvements including construction, reconstruction, improvement, repair and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, materials, equipment, services and all other expenses required to complete the work:

Payable from Agricultural Premium Fund:

  For various projects at the Illinois

   State Fairgrounds............................. 1,800,000

  For various projects at the DuQuoin

   State Fairgrounds............................... 750,000

 

    Section 10.  The amount of $2,612,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund to the Department of Agriculture for the Conservation Practices Cost-Share program.

 

    Total, this Article                          $5,162,500

 

ARTICLE 4

CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES

    Section 10.  The amount of $298,543, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Section 10 of Article 4 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for infrastructure improvement, hardware and related costs.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $6,718,639, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 4, Section 15 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for the Illinois Century Network.

 

    Section 20.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $7,017,182

 

ARTICLE 5

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

    Section 5.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Section 5 of Article 5 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Port Development Revolving Loan Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans associated with the Port Development Revolving Loan Program pursuant to 30 ILCS 750/9-11.

 

    Section 7.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 7 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Uptown Theatre for costs associated with capital improvements.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $17,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated in Section 10 of Article 5 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the redevelopment of Brownfield sites.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $1,975,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 20 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the Illinois Renewable Fuels Development Act.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $1,052,757, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 25 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Illinois Medical District Commission for capital improvements, acquisition and development of land and structures, including previously incurred costs.

 

    Section 40.  The sum of $12,386,633, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 40 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant for the Illinois Science and Technology Park.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 45 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the Illinois Renewable Fuels Development Act.

 

    Section 50.  The sum of $5,500,001, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 50 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the redevelopment of brownfield sites.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $3,980,704, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 60 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $1,380,040, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 65 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8 or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 70.  The sum of $2,537,751, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 70 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $1,367,122, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 75 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 80.  The sum of $4,524,172, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 80 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 85.  The sum of $75,338,451, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 85 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the purpose of making grants and loans to local governments for planning, engineering, acquisition, construction, reconstruction, development, improvement and extension of the public infrastructure, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (a) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 90.  The sum of $2,200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 90 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the purpose of fostering economic development and increased employment and the well being of the citizens of Illinois, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (b) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 95.  The sum of $7,267,741, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 95 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for purposes authorized in subsection (c) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 100.  The sum of $26,714,480, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 100 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposits into the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund and other purposes authorized by subsection (c) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 105.  The sum of $19,328,499, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 105 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to local governments for the acquisition, financing, architectural planning, development, alteration, installation, and construction of capital facilities consisting of buildings, structures, durable equipment, and land as authorized by subsection (l) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $8,750,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 110 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to local governments for the acquisition, financing, architectural planning, development, alteration, installation, and construction of capital facilities consisting of buildings, structures, durable equipment, and land as authorized by subsection (l) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $19,792,146, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 115 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $4,380,002, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 125 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to local governments for capital improvements to civic centers for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

Quad Cities Metropolitan

  Exposition and Auditorium

  Authority.............................................. 0

Peoria Metropolitan Exposition

  Authority.............................................. 0

Springfield Metropolitan

  Exposition and Auditorium

  Authority.............................................. 0

Rockford Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 480,001

Will County Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority.............................................. 0

Aurora Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority.............................................. 0

Decatur Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority...................................... 2,100,000

Vermilion County Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 850,000

Collinsville Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 625,000

LaSalle County Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 250,000

Quincy Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority.............................................. 0

 

    Section 135.  The sum of $1,195,268, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 135 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Chicago Housing Authority for LeClaire Courts.

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $398,974,111, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 150 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants awarded under the Urban Weatherization Initiative Act.

 

    Section 156.  The sum of $3,414,314, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 156 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans including but not limited to broadband deployment to expand and strengthen existing broadband network infrastructure, health information technology, telemedicine, distance learning, and public safety.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $6,284,943, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 160 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans for transportation electrification infrastructure projects; including, but not limited to grants and loans for the purpose of encouraging electric car manufacturing and infrastructure for electric vehicles.

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $15,080,745, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 165 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for infrastructure projects that lead directly to private sector expansion or retention activities including but not limited to public infrastructure construction and renovation, financing for the purchase of land and buildings, construction or renovation of fixed assets, site preparation and purchase of machinery and equipment.

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $5,500,623, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 180 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide loans and grants for the modification, alteration, or retrofitting of renewable fuel plants in Illinois in order to encourage the implementation of technologies that increase the overall efficiency of the renewable fuel production process or reduce the life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of the renewable fuel produced including, but not limited to: (i) improved water conservation; (ii) improved energy conservation; (iii) added value to bio-fuel co-products and bi-products; (iv) utilization of renewable energy resources; (v) utilization of fractionation; or (vi) utilization of cellulosic or other biomass conversion.

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $2,330,884, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 185 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the requirements necessary to leverage capital-related American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds of equal or greater value in order to make Illinois or Illinois applicants more competitive and/or for costs associated with bondable improvements to match federal, local, private or other funds.

 

    Section 190.  The sum of $125,591, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 190 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Phoenix Foundation of Southern Illinois for hospital renovation and equipment.

 

    Section 195.  The sum of $2,978,788, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 195 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for costs associated with the redevelopment of brownfield sites.

 

    Section 205.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 205 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, are reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Rockford District 205 for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

GREENTEK CARVER ACADEMY

  For the acquisition, construction,

   rehabilitation, renovation and

   equipping to a silver certification

   from the United States Green

   Building Council’s Leadership in

   Energy and Environmental Design

  Green Building Rating System........................... 0

CICS ROCKFORD CHARTER PATRIOTS CENTER

  For the acquisition, construction,

   rehabilitation, renovation...................... 500,000

SIGMA BETA LEADERSHIP SCHOOL

  For the acquisition, construction,

   rehabilitation, renovation.................... 1,000,000

    Total                                        $1,500,000

 

    Section 210.  The sum of $9,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 210 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants for acquisition, construction, renovation and equipping new charter schools, to a silver certification from the United States Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System as approximated below:

  For Instituto Del Progresso Latino............. 9,000,000

 

    Section 215.  The sum of $2,606,686, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 215 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide grants, loans, and other investments to emerging technology enterprises to support and encourage: (i) commercialization of technology based products and services; (ii) technology transfer projects involving the promotion of new or innovative technologies; or (iii) research and development projects to respond to unique, advanced technology projects and which foster the development of Illinois’ economy through the advancement of the State’s economic, scientific, and technological assets.

 

    Section 220.  The sum of $5,938,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 220 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide grants for land acquisition, infrastructure, equipment and other permissible capital expenditures to businesses that will encourage new investment and the creation or retention of jobs in economically depressed areas of the state.

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $3,301,210, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 230 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the University of Chicago Medical Center for costs associated with Provident Hospital.

 

    Section 250.  The sum of $2,084,459, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 250 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Community Health and Emergency Services, Inc. for the construction of a hospital wing at the Cairo Megaclinic.

 

    Section 260.  The sum of $1,125,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 5, Section 260 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Cook County Health and Hospital System for costs associated with medical equipment and capital improvements at Provident Hospital.

 

    Section 290.  The sum of $143,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for support facilities, acquisition or improvements for Sugar Loaf and/or Fox Mounds or other properties within the Cahokia Mounds National Historic Landmark Boundary.

 

    Section 295.  This Article is not subject to limitations under Section 5 of Article 48 of Public Act 95-734 or any similar limitation.

 

    Section 300.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                        $708,059,121

 

ARTICLE 6

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

    Section 15.  The amount of $750,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 6, Section 15 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Erie Neighborhood House.

 

    Section 20.  The amount of $338,579, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 6, Section 20 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Family Guidance Center.

 

    Section 30.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $1,088,579

 

ARTICLE 7

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    Section 5.  The sum of $725,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, maintenance, and improvement of boat access areas.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $120,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purposes of the Snowmobile Registration and Safety Act and for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, land acquisition, lease, maintenance and improvement of snowmobile trails and access areas.

 

    Section 15.  To the extent federal funds including reimbursements are available for such purposes, the sum of $75,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for all costs for construction and development of facilities for transient, non-trailerable recreational boats, including grants for such purposes and authorized under the Boating Infrastructure Grant Program.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for a grant to the Chain O’Lakes – Fox River Waterway Management Agency for the Agency’s operational expenses.

 

    Section 25.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

Payable from State Boating Act Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for boating purposes provided by the

   Department of Natural Resources,

   including construction and development,

   all costs for supplies, materials,

   labor, land acquisition, services, studies

   and all other expenses required to comply

   with the intent of this appropriation......... 1,500,000

Payable from State Parks Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided by

   the Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation................ 150,000

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for acquisition and development, including grants, for the implementation of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan within the Dominion of Canada or the United States which specifically provides waterfowl for the Mississippi Flyway.

 

    Section 35.  To the extent federal funds including reimbursements are available for such purposes, the sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for construction and renovation of waste reception facilities for recreational boaters, including grants for such purposes authorized under the Clean Vessel Act.

 

    Section 40. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, are appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

OFFICE OF RESOURCE CONSERVATION

For expenses of subgrantee payments:

  Payable from the Wildlife and Fish Fund........ 1,500,000

 

    Section 45.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, herein made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Forest Reserve Fund:

  For U.S. Forest Service Program.................. 500,000

 

    Section 50.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Plugging and Restoration Fund to the Department of Natural Resources, Office of Mines and Minerals for the Landowner Grant Program authorized under the Oil and Gas Act, as amended by Public Act 90-0260.

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $1,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Abandoned Mined Lands Reclamation Set-Aside Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants and contracts to conduct research, planning and construction to eliminate hazards created by abandoned mines and any other expenses necessary for emergency response.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Furbearer Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the conservation of fur bearing mammals in accordance with the provisions of Section 5/1.32 of the "Wildlife Code", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 65.  The following named sum, new appropriation, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

Payable from Natural Areas Acquisition Fund:

  For the acquisition, preservation and

   stewardship of natural areas, including habitats

   for endangered and threatened species, high

   quality natural communities, wetlands

   and other areas with unique or unusual

   natural heritage qualities.................... 6,000,000

 

    Section 70.  The sum of $0, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses connected with and to make grants to local governments and to distressed communities as provided in the "Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development Act".

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $550,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Pheasant Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the conservation of pheasants in accordance with the provisions of Section 5/1.31 of the "Wildlife Code", as now or hereafter amended.

 

FOR ILLINOIS HABITAT FUND PROGRAM

    Section 80.  The sum of $1,350,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Habitat Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the preservation and maintenance of high quality habitat lands in accordance with the provisions of the "Habitat Endowment Act", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 85.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Habitat Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the preservation and maintenance of a high quality fish and wildlife habitat and to promote the heritage of outdoor sports in Illinois from revenue derived from the sale of Sportsmen Series license plates.

 

    Section 90.  The sum of $900,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources from the Flood Control Land Lease Fund for disbursement of monies received pursuant to Act of Congress dated September 3, 1954 (68 Statutes 1266, same as appears in Section 701c-3, Title 33, United States Code Annotated), provided such disbursement shall be in compliance with 15 ILCS 515/1 Illinois Compiled Statutes.

 

    Section 95.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, herein made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Land and Water Recreation Fund:

  For Outdoor Recreation Programs ............... 2,500,000

 

    Section 100.  The sum of $400,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to units of local governments, not-for-profit organizations, and other groups to operate, maintain and acquire land for off-highway vehicle trails and parks as provided for in the Recreational Trails of Illinois Act, including administration, enforcement, planning and implementation of this Act.

 

    Section 105.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, herein made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Federal Title IV Fire

 Protection Assistance Fund:

  For Rural Community Fire Protection Programs..... 525,000

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $120,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Snowmobile Trail Establishment Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to nonprofit snowmobile clubs and organizations for construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of snowmobile trails and areas for the use of snowmobiles.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $625,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Forestry Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the payment of grants to timber growers for implementation of acceptable forestry management practices as provided in the "Illinois Forestry Development Act" as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 120.  To the extent Federal Funds including reimbursements are made available for such purposes, the sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Forestry Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for Forest Stewardship Technical Assistance.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the payment of grants for the implementation of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan within the Dominion of Canada or the United States which specifically provides waterfowl to the Mississippi Flyway as provided in the "Wildlife Code", as amended.

 

    Section 130.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary is appropriated from the Illinois Wildlife Preservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Purposes of the “Illinois Non-Game Wildlife Protection Act”.

 

    Section 135.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the payment of grants for the development of waterfowl propagation areas within the Dominion of Canada or the United States which specifically provide waterfowl for the Mississippi Flyway as provided in the "Wildlife Code", as amended.

 

    Section 140.  The sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of attracting waterfowl and improving public migratory waterfowl areas within the State.

 

    Section 145.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to units of local government for the acquisition and development of bike paths.

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $750,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for land acquisition, development and maintenance of bike paths and all other related expenses connected with the acquisition, development and maintenance of bike paths.

 

    Section 155.  The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the development and maintenance, and other related expenses of recreational trails and trail-related projects authorized under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, provided such amount shall not exceed funds to be made available for such purposes from State or federal sources.

 

    Section 160.  The following named sum, new appropriation, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the object and purpose hereinafter named, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

Payable from the Park and Conservation Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided by

   the Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation ............. 1,000,000

 

    Section 165.  The following named sum, new appropriations, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes hereinafter named, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

Payable from the Adeline Jay Geo-Karis

Illinois Beach Marina Fund:

  For rehabilitation, reconstruction, repair,

   replacing, fixed assets, and improvement

   of facilities at North Point Marina at

   Winthrop Harbor................................. 375,000

 

    Section 170.  The sum of $13,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the Abandoned Mined Lands Reclamation Council Federal Trust Fund for grants and contracts to conduct research, planning and construction to eliminate hazards created by abandoned mines, and any other expenses necessary for emergency response.

 

    Section 175.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for construction and maintenance of State owned, leased, and managed sites.

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $7,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for (i) reallocation of Wildlife and Fish grant reimbursements, (ii) wildlife conservation and restoration plans and programs from federal and/or state funds provided for such purposes or (iii) both purposes.

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $3,600,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Parks Fund to the Department of Natural Resources, in coordination with the Capital Development Board, for the development of the World Shooting and Recreation Complex including all construction and debt service expenses required to comply with this appropriation.  Provided further, to the extent that revenues are received for such purposes, said revenues much come from non-State sources.

 

    Total, this Article                         $61,065,000

 

ARTICLE 8

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    Section 85.  The sum of $715,786, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 8, Section 85, of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Parks Fund to the Department of Natural Resources, in coordination with the Capital Development Board, for the development of the World Shooting and Recreation Complex including all construction and debt service expenses required to comply with this appropriation.  Provided further, to the extent that revenues are received for such purposes, said revenues must come from non-State sources.

 

    Total, this Article                            $715,786

 

ARTICLE 9

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    Section 5.  The sum of $37,171,844, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the non-federal cost share of a Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program to establish long-term contracts and permanent conservation easements in Illinois; to fund cost-share assistance to landowners to encourage approved conservation practices in environmentally sensitive and highly erodible areas of Illinois; and to fund the monitoring of long-term improvements of these conservation practices as required in the Memorandum of Agreement between the State of Illinois and the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $34,312,467, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 10 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for water development projects at the approximate cost set forth below:

  Ashland – Cass County – For

   construction of a flood

   control project to relieve flooding............ 101,324

  County Stormwater Improvements –

   For funding to assist County

   Stormwater Programs with

   implementation of flood relief

   projects........................................ 650,000

  Crystal Creek – Cook County –

   To design and construct multi-phase

Crystal Creek Flood Control Projects

   in Schiller Park and Franklin Park............. 567,903

  Des Plaines River Watershed - Lake

   and Cook County – For non-federal

   cost sharing requirements for the

   implementation of flood reduction

   measures..................................... 5,826,656

  East St. Louis Ecosystem and

   IFC - Madison & St. Clair

   Counties - For the non-federal

   funding to design and construct

   this multipurpose ecosystem project........... 1,200,000

  Flood Hazard Mitigation – Statewide –

   For cost sharing to acquire flood

   prone structures, to implement

   flood hazard mitigation plans, and

   to acquire mitigation sites

   associated with flood control projects...... 12,128,927

    Hickory/Spring Creek – Will County –

   For implementation of Hickory/Spring

   Creeks flood control project in

   cooperation with the City of Joliet.......... 11,641,657

  Village of Union – McHenry County -

   For the implementation of flood

   damage relief measures........................ 1,282,000

  Flood Control at 88th Ave&99th St –

   City of Palos Heights – Cook County.............. 71,000

  Urban Flood Control Projects –

   Statewide – to fund flood damage

   reduction projects in partnership

   with units of local government................. 843,000

    Total                                       $34,312,467

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $25,602,298, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 15 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for improvements needed at publicly-owned Dams for upgrading and rehabilitation of dams, spillways and supporting facilities, including dam removals and the required geotechnical investigations, preparation of plans and specifications, and the construction of the proposed rehabilitation to ensure reduced risk of injury to the public, and for needed repairs and improvements on and to waterways and infrastructure.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $12,785,984, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 20 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for planning, design and construction of ecosystem rehabilitation, habitat restoration and associated development in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $110,537,614, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 25 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for capital grants to parks or recreational units for permanent improvements.

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $16,491,806, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 30 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for capital grants to public museums for permanent improvements.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $634,758, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 45 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Mud to Parks dredging Illinois rivers and sediment reuse.

 

    Section 50.  The sum of $7,034,360, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 50 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for improvements needed at publicly-owned Dams for upgrading and rehabilitation of dams, spillways and supporting facilities, including dam removals and the required geotechnical investigations, preparation of plans and specifications, and the construction of the proposed rehabilitation to ensure reduced risk of injury to the public, and for needed repairs and improvements on and to waterways and infrastructure.

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $2,525,823, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 55 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, maintenance, and improvement of boat access areas.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $3,439,560, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 60, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, maintenance, and improvement of boat access areas.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $366,743, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 65, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purposes of the Snowmobile Registration and Safety Act and for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, land acquisition, lease, maintenance and improvement of snowmobile trails and access areas.

 

    Section 70.  To the extent federal funds including reimbursements are available for such purposes, the sum of $4,770,931, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 70, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for all costs for construction and development of facilities for transient, non-trailerable recreational boats, including grants for such purposes and authorized under the Boating Infrastructure Grant Program.

 

    Section 75.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 75, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from State Boating Act Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for boating purposes provided by the

   Department of Natural Resources including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies and all

   other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation............. $7,242,901

 

    Section 80.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, and as remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 80 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, are reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from the State Parks Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided

   by the Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation............... $710,435

  For multiple use facilities and

   purposes provided by the

   Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation................ 244,857

 

    Section 81.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, and as remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 80 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, are reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from the State Parks Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided

   by the Department of Natural Resources,

   including construction and development, all

   costs for supplies, materials, labor,

   land acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation............... $600,000

 

    Section 95.  The sum of $66,763, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 95, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for wildlife conservation and restoration plans and programs from federal and/or state funds provided for such purposes.

 

    Section 100.  To the extent federal funds including reimbursements are available for such purposes, the sum of $1,251,994, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 100, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for construction and renovation of waste reception facilities for recreational boaters, including grants for such purposes authorized under the Clean Vessel Act.

 

  Section 105.  The sum of $36,712, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 105, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for planning, design and construction of ecosystem rehabilitation, habitat restoration and associated development in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $853,104, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 110, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for planning, design and construction of ecosystem rehabilitation, habitat restoration and associated development in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $212,109, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 115, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources to acquire, protect and preserve open space and natural lands.

 

    Section 120.  The sum of $308,246, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 120, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the non-federal cost share of a Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program to establish long-term contracts and permanent conservation easements in Illinois; to fund cost-share assistance to landowners to encourage approved conservation practices in environmentally sensitive and highly erodible areas of Illinois; and to fund the monitoring of long term improvements of these conservation practices as required in the Memorandum of Agreement between the State of Illinois and the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $503,341, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 125, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for the acquisition of lands, buildings, and structures, including easements and other property interests, located in the 100-year floodplain in counties or portions of counties authorized to prepare stormwater management plans and for removing such buildings and structures and preparing the site for open space use.

 

    Section 130.  The sum of $8,079,294, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 130, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for water development projects at the approximate cost set forth below:

Flood Hazard Mitigation - For implementation

 of flood hazard mitigation plans, and

 acquisition of wetland and tree mitigation

 sites for state and local joint

 flood control projects in

 cooperation with federal agencies, state

 agencies, and units of local government,

 in various counties............................. 8,079,294

    Total                                        $8,079,294

 

FOR WATERWAY IMPROVEMENTS

    Section 135.  The sum of $8,266,636, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 135, of Public Act 98-0675 is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for the following projects at the approximate costs set forth below:

Addison Creek Watershed - Cook

 and DuPage Counties................................ 10,000

Crisenberry Dam – Jackson County:

 For complete rehabilitation of the

 dam and spillway, including the

 required geotechnical investigation,

 the preparation of plans and

 specifications, and the construction

 of the proposed rehabilitation..................... 20,000

East St. Louis and Vicinity Flood Control -

 Madison and St. Clair Counties - For

 partial payment of the non-federal cost

 requirements of an interior flood protection

 project and ecosystem restoration at

East St. Louis and Vicinity area................... 350,000

Flood Mitigation - Disaster

 Declaration Areas.............................. 4,333,611

Fox Chain O'Lakes - Lake and McHenry

 Counties........................................ 1,239,571

Fox River Dams - Kane, Kendall

 and McHenry Counties.............................. 691,577

Prairie/Farmers Creek - Cook County............. 1,495,906

Village of Lemont – Flood Control Reservoir........ 100,000

Village of Bluffs – Flood Control Channel........... 20,971

Union - McHenry County............................... 5,000

    Total                                        $8,266,636

 

    Section 140.  The sum of $246,149, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 140, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the State Furbearer Fund for the conservation of fur bearing mammals in accordance with the provisions of Section 5/1.32 of the "Wildlife Code", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 145.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 145, of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from Natural Areas Acquisition Fund:

  For the acquisition, preservation and

   stewardship of natural areas,

   including habitats for endangered and

   threatened species, high quality natural

   communities, wetlands and other areas

   with unique or unusual natural

   heritage qualities.......................... $24,335,808

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $111,596,269, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 150, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses connected with and to make grants to local governments as provided in the "Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development Act".

 

FOR STATE PHEASANT PROGRAM

    Section 155.  The sum of $2,545,229, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 155, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Pheasant Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the conservation of pheasants in accordance with the provisions of Section 5/1.31 of the "Wildlife Code", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $6,590,485, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 160, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Illinois Habitat Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the preservation and maintenance of high quality habitat lands in accordance with the provisions of the "Habitat Endowment Act", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $2,468,400, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 165, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Illinois Habitat Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the preservation and maintenance of a high quality fish and wildlife habitat and to promote the heritage of outdoor sports in Illinois from revenue derived from the sale of Sportsmen Series license plates.

 

    Section 170.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 170, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Land and Water Recreation Fund:

  For Outdoor Recreation Programs.............. $15,842,375

 

    Section 175.  The sum of $2,204,970, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 175, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to units of local governments, not-for-profit organizations, and other groups to operate, maintain and acquire land for off-highway vehicle trails and parks as provided for in the Recreational Trails of Illinois Act, including administration, enforcement, planning and implementation of this Act.

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $1,432,515, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 180, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the acquisition, planning and development of land and long-term easements, and cost-shared natural resource management practices for ecosystem-based management of Illinois' natural resources, including grants for such purposes.

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $1,709,943, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 185, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the acquisition, planning and development of land and long-term easements, and cost-shared natural resource management practices for ecosystem-based management of Illinois' natural resources, including grants for such purposes.

 

    Section 190.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 190, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Federal Title IV Fire

 Protection Assistance Fund:

  For Rural Community Fire

   Protection Program.............................. 768,042

 

    Section 195.  The sum of $322,402, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 195, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Snowmobile Trail Establishment Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to nonprofit snowmobile clubs and organizations for construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of snowmobile trails and areas for the use of snowmobiles.

 

    Section 200.  The sum of $5,290,838, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 200, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Illinois Forestry Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the payment of grants to timber growers for implementation of acceptable forestry management practices as provided in the "Illinois Forestry Development Act" as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 205.  The sum of $2,312,956, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 205 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Illinois Wildlife Preservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Purposes of the "Illinois Non-Game Wildlife Protection Act".

 

    Section 210.  To the extent Federal Funds including reimbursements are made available for such purposes, the sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 210, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Illinois Forestry Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for Forest Stewardship Technical Assistance.

 

    Section 215.  The sum of $3,086,009, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 215, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of attracting waterfowl and improving public migratory waterfowl areas within the State.

 

FOR BIKEWAYS PROGRAMS

    Section 220.  The sum of $12,324,058, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 220, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to units of local government for the acquisition and development of bike paths.

 

    Section 225.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 225, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

Payable from the Park and Conservation Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided by

   the Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation.............. 5,767,533

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $509,741, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 230, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for multiple use facilities and programs for conservation purposes provided by the Department of Natural Resources, including repairing, maintaining, reconstructing, rehabilitating, replacing fixed assets, construction and development, marketing and promotions, all costs for supplies, materials, labor, land acquisition and its related costs, services, studies, and all other expenses required to comply with the intent of this appropriation.

 

    Section 235.  The sum of $7,076,138, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 235, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for land acquisition, development and maintenance of bike paths and all other related expenses connected with the acquisition, development and maintenance of bike paths.

 

    Section 240.  The sum of $1,031,707, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 240, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the Park and Conservation Fund for multiple use facilities and programs for conservation purposes provided by the Department of Natural Resources, including repairing, maintaining, reconstructing, rehabilitating, replacing fixed assets, construction and development, marketing and promotions, all costs for supplies, materials, labor, land acquisition and its related costs, services, studies, and all other expenses required to comply with the intent of this appropriation.

 

    Section 245.  The sum of $10,778,547, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 245, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the development and maintenance of recreational trails and trail-related projects authorized under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, provided such amount shall not exceed funds to be made available for such purposes from state or federal sources.

 

    Section 250.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, respectively, and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 250, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from the Adeline Jay Geo-Karis Illinois Beach Marina Fund:

  For rehabilitation, reconstruction,

   repair, replacing, fixed assets,

   and improvement of facilities at

   North Point Marina at Winthrop Harbor......... 3,635,307

 

    Section 255.  The sum of $22,260,390, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 255, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the Abandoned Mined Lands Reclamation Council Federal Trust Fund for grants and contracts to conduct research, planning and construction to eliminate hazards created by abandoned mines, and any other expenses necessary for emergency response.

 

    Section 265.  The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 265, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for water resource management projects as authorized by subsection (g) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 270.  The sum of $1,808,144, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 270, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to local governments for the acquisition, financing, architectural planning, development, alteration, installation, and construction of capital facilities consisting of buildings, structures, durable equipment, and land as authorized by subsection (l) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 275.  The sum of $22,545,912, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 275, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Illinois Open Land Trust Program as defined by the Illinois Open Land Trust Act as authorized by subsection (m) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 280.  The sum of $9,719,699, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 280, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Open Land Trust Program.

 

    Section 285.  The sum of $4,501,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from an appropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 285, of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for upgrades to lodges, camps and campsites, including but not limited to previously incurred costs.

 

    Section 290.  The sum of $27,200,672, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 290 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for construction and maintenance of State owned, leased, and managed sites.

 

    Section 300.  The sum of $1,545,949, or so much thereof as may be necessary and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 40 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses of subgrantee payments.

 

    Section 305.  The sum of $11,746,068, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Section 305 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for (i) reallocation of Wildlife and Fish grant reimbursements, (ii) wildlife conservation and restoration plans and programs from federal and/or state funds provided for such purposes or (iii) both purposes.

 

    Section 310.  The sum of $2,758,907, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Section 310 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses of subgrantee payments.

 

    Section 315.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 8, Section 35 of Public Act 98-0675 as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for capital grants to public museums for costs associated with construction and development.

 

    Section 320.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from a reappropriation herein made in Sections 5 through 50, 105 through 135, and 265 through 285 of this Article until after the purpose and amount of such expenditure has been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                        $630,813,042

 

ARTICLE 11

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS

    Section 1. The sum of $50,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois National Guard Construction Fund to the Department of Military Affairs for all costs associated with capital improvements at Illinois National Guard facilities.

 

    Total, this Article                         $50,000,000

 

ARTICLE 12

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS

    Section 5.  The sum of $66,823, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 9, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Illinois National Guard Construction Fund to the Department of Military Affairs for land acquisition and construction of parking facilities at armories.

 

    Section 10.  The amount of $471,774, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 9, Section 10 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Illinois National Guard Construction Fund to the Department of Military Affairs for all costs associated with the construction of Illinois National Guard facilities.

 

    Section 15.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                            $538,597

 

ARTICLE 13

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    Section 5.  The sum of $645,509, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 10, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Public Health for grants associated with the Hospital Capital Investment Program.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $446,029, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 10, Section 10 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Illinois Department of Public Health for the CLEAR-WIN Grant Program to correct lead based paint hazards in residential buildings.

 

    Section 15.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditures made from appropriations in this Article until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $1,091,538

 

ARTICLE 14

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

HIGHWAYS

    Section 5. The sum of $23,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the from the Transportation Bond Series A Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, and fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program.

 

    Section 10. The sum of $26,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the from the Transportation Bond Series D Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, and fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program.

 

AERONAUTICS

    Section 15.  The sum of $11,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for the State’s share of costs related to facility improvements associated with Airports as defined in Section 6 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended, or Air Navigation Facilities as described in Section 9 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended.

 

TRANSIT AND RAIL

    Section 20.  The sum of $96,000,540, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for purposes authorized under Section 4(b)(1)of the General obligation Bond Act, as amended (30 ILCS 330/4(b)(1)).

 

    Section 25.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from an appropriation herein made in

 

Section 5   Series A Bonds

Section 10  Series D Bonds

Section 15  Series B Bonds - Aeronautics

Section 20  Series B Bonds – Transit & Rail

 

  of this Article until after the purpose and the amount of such expenditure has been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                        $156,000,540

 

ARTICLE 15

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

    Section 5.  The sum of $4,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Working Capital Revolving Loan Fund to the Department of Transportation for the purpose of making loans to disadvantaged business enterprises certified by IDOT for participation on IDOT-procured construction and construction-related projects under the provisions of the Disadvantaged Business Revolving Loan Program pursuant to Section 610 of the Department of Transportation Law.

 

PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS

    Section 10.  The sum of $25,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Permanent Improvements to Illinois Department of Transportation facilities, including but not limited to the purchase of land, construction, repair, alterations and improvements to maintenance and traffic facilities, district and central headquarters facilities, storage facilities, grounds, parking areas and facilities, fencing and underground drainage, including plans, specifications, utilities and fixed equipment installed and all costs and charges incident to the completion thereof at various locations.

 

OTHER LUMP SUMS

DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS

    Section 15.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes hereinafter named:

  For costs associated with the identification,

   corrective action, and disposal of hazardous

   materials at storage facilities................. 600,000

  For Maintenance, Traffic and Physical

   Research Purposes (A)........................ 37,800,000

  For repair of damages by motorists

   to highway guardrails, fencing,

   lighting units, bridges, underpasses,

   signs, traffic signals, crash attenuators,

   landscaping, roadside shelters,

   rest areas, fringe parking

   facilities, sanitary facilities,

   maintenance facilities including

   salt storage buildings, vehicle

   weight enforcement facilities including

   scale houses, and other highway

   appurtenances, provided such amount

   shall not exceed funds to be made

   available from collections from claims

   filed by the Department to recover

   the costs of such damages..................... 9,000,000

  For Maintenance, Traffic and Physical

   Research Purposes (B)........................ 13,500,000

    Total                                       $60,900,000

 

GRANTS AND AWARDS

    Section 20.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the objects and purposes hereinafter named:

  For apportionment to counties for

  construction of township bridges

   20 feet or more in length as provided

   in Section 6-901 through 6-906 of the

   "Illinois Highway Code"...................... 15,000,000

  For apportionment to needy Townships

   and Road Districts, as determined

   by the Department in consultation

   with the County Superintendents

   of Highways, Township Highway

   Commissioners, or Road District Highway

   Commissioners................................ 10,014,300

  For apportionment to high-growth cities

   over 5,000 in population, as determined

   by the Department in consultation with

   the Illinois Municipal League................. 4,000,000

  For apportionment to counties under

   1,000,000 in population,$8,000,000

   of the total apportioned in equal

   amounts to each eligible county, and

   $13,800,000 apportioned to each eligible

   county in proportion to the amount

   of motor vehicle license fees received

   from the residents of eligible counties...... 21,800,000

    Total                                       $50,814,300

 

CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISTION

    Section 25.  The sum of $854,385,700, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program as approximated below:

 

 District 1, Schaumburg........................ 193,517,500

 District 2, Dixon.............................. 98,379,300

 District 3, Ottawa............................. 44,534,200

 District 4, Peoria............................. 20,910,200

 District 5, Paris.............................. 18,051,900

 District 6, Springfield........................ 22,532,600

 District 7, Effingham.......................... 29,990,900

 District 8, Collinsville....................... 42,631,900

 District 9, Carbondale.......................... 8,941,600

 Statewide (including refunds)................. 241,052,700

 Engineering.................................. 133,843,000

    Total                                            $854,385,700

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $603,800,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the local portion of the Road Improvement Program as approximated below:

 

 District 1, Schaumburg........................ 366,043,000

 District 2, Dixon.............................. 20,789,000

 District 3, Ottawa............................. 16,694,000

 District 4, Peoria............................. 25,922,000

 District 5, Paris.............................. 10,554,000

 District 6, Springfield........................ 21,659,000

 District 7, Effingham.......................... 15,594,000

 District 8, Collinsville....................... 24,239,000

 District 9, Carbondale......................... 10,383,000

 Statewide (including refunds).................. 91,923,000

    Total                                      $603,800,000

 

    Section 35.  The sum of $491,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of State highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the Road Improvement Program as approximated below:

 

 District 1, Schaumburg........................ 189,092,500

 District 2, Dixon.............................. 96,129,700

 District 3, Ottawa............................. 43,515,800

 District 4, Peoria............................. 33,134,800

 District 5, Paris.............................. 17,639,100

 District 6, Springfield........................ 22,017,400

 District 7, Effingham.......................... 29,305,100

 District 8, Collinsville....................... 41,657,100

 District 9, Carbondale......................... 18,508,400

    Total                                      $491,000,000

 

    Section 40. The sum of $18,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for all costs associated with the procurement of agreements that enable managed lanes to be developed, financed, constructed, managed, or operated in an entrepreneurial and business-like manner.

 

    Section 45. The sum of $22,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the purpose of funding various street rehabilitation projects on core transit corridors in Champaign County pursuant to a grant from the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery VI (TIGER VI) Program awards as provided in Title VIII of Division F of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013 (Public Law 113-6). Such expenditures shall not exceed the amounts made available to the Department from a combination of federal and local reimbursements.

 

    Section 50. The sum of $18,760,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the purpose of funding the construction of the 41st Street pedestrian bridge (Bronzeville Bridge) that will connect Lake Park Crescent to the City of Chicago’s Lakefront pursuant to a grant from the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery VI(TIGER VI) Program awards as provided in Title VIII of Division F of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013 (Public Law 113-6). Such expenditures shall not exceed the amounts made available to the Department from the federal reimbursements.

 

    Section 55. The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Public Private Partnerships for Transportation Fund to the Department of Transportation for costs associated with the development, financing, and operation of transportation facilities pursuant to the provisions of the Public Private Partnerships for Transportation Act, as amended.

 

GRADE CROSSING PROTECTION

    Section 60.  The sum of $29,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Grade Crossing Protection Fund to the Department of Transportation for the installation of grade crossing protection or grade separations at places where a public highway crosses a railroad at grade, as ordered by the Illinois Commerce Commission, as provided by law.

 

AERONAUTICS

    Section 65.  The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for such purposes as are described in Sections 31 and 34 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended and to leverage federal funds for the airport improvement program.

 

    Section 70.  The sum of $110,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Federal/State/Local Airport Fund to the Department of Transportation for funding airport improvement projects, including reimbursements and/or refunds, undertaken pursuant to pertinent state or federal laws.

 

    Section 75. The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the South Suburban Airport Improvement Fund to the Department of Transportation for costs associated with the development, financing, and operation of the South Suburban Airport as authorized under the Public-Private Agreements for the South Suburban Airport Act.

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

    Section 80.  The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Downstate Transit Improvement Fund to the Department of Transportation for making competitive capital grants pursuant to Section 2-15 of the Downstate Public Transportation Act (30 ILCS 740/2-15).

 

    Section 85.  The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Federal Mass Transit Trust Fund to the Department of Transportation for the federal share of capital, operating, consultant services, and technical assistance grants, as well as state administration and interagency agreements, provided such amounts shall not exceed funds to be made available from the Federal Government.

 

    Section 90. The sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, road construction and all other costs relating to the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) program.

 

    Section 95.  The sum of $1,700,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Rail Freight Loan Repayment Fund to the Department of Transportation for funding the State Rail Freight Loan Repayment Program created by Section 49.25g-1 of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois.

 

    Section 100.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Rail Freight Loan Repayment Fund to the Department of Transportation for the Rail Freight Service Assistance Program, created by Section 49.25a through 49.25g-1 of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois.

 

    Section 105.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for high speed rail track maintenance.

 

    Section 110.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from an appropriation herein made in

 

Section 10 Permanent Improvements

Section 95 State Rail Freight Loan Repayment

Section 100 Federal Rail Freight Loan

 

  of this Article until after the purpose and the amount of such expenditure has been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                      $2,362,610,000

 

ARTICLE 16

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS

    Section 5.  The sum of $29,167,600, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 5 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Permanent Improvements to Illinois Department of Transportation facilities, including but not limited to the purchase of land, construction, repair, alterations and improvements to maintenance and traffic facilities, district and central headquarters facilities, storage facilities, grounds, parking areas and facilities, fencing and underground drainage, including plans, specifications, utilities and fixed equipment installed and all costs and charges incident to the completion thereof at various locations.

 

CONSULTANT AND PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING

    Section 10.  The sum of $4,273,944, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 10 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Highways Engineering and Consultant Contracts only.

 

    Section 15. The sum of $4,225,933, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 15 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for Highway Engineering and Consultant Contracts only.

 

OTHER LUMP SUMS

    Section 20.  The sum of $11,665,341, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 30 and Article 6, Section 245 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Working Capital Revolving Loan Fund to the Department of Transportation for the purpose of making loans to disadvantaged business enterprises certified by IDOT for participation on IDOT-procured construction and construction-related projects under the provisions of the Disadvantaged Business Revolving Loan Program pursuant to Section 610 of the Department of Transportation Law.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $8,699,193, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 5 and Article 6, Section 20 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for costs associated with the identification, corrective action, and disposal of hazardous materials at storage facilities.

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $53,772,440, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 5 and Article 6, Section 25 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Highways Formal Contract Specifics Maintenance, Traffic and Physical Research Purposes (A).

 

    Section 35.  The sum of $4,603,097, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 30 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for repair of damages by motorists to highway guardrails, fencing, lighting units, bridges, underpasses,   signs, traffic signals, crash attenuators, landscaping, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities, sanitary facilities, maintenance facilities including salt storage buildings, vehicle weight enforcement facilities including scale houses, and other highway appurtenances, provided such amount shall not exceed funds to be made available from collections from claims filed by the Department to recover the costs of such damages.

 

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION

AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Section 40.  The sum of $34,935,675, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 7 and Article 6, Section 35 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for apportionment to counties for construction of township bridges 20 feet or more in length as provided in Section 6-901 through 6-906 of the "Illinois Highway Code".

 

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION

    Section 45.  The following named sums or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriations heretofore made in Article 6, Section 135 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, are reappropriated to the Department of Transportation from the Road Fund for the FY04 federal earmarks provided in Conference Report 108-401 which accompanies Public Law 108-199.  Expenditures shall not exceed funds to be made available by the federal government.

Bridge Discretionary

North Avenue Bridge, Chicago....................... 324,335

Long Meadow Parkway Fox River Bridge

Crossing, Bolz Road................................. 54,944

US 51, Christian/Shelby Counties................... 116,412

    Total                                          $495,691

 

    Section 50.  The following named sums or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriations heretofore made in Article 6, Section 140 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, are reappropriated to the Department of Transportation from the Road Fund for the FY05 federal earmarks provided in Conference Report 108-792 which accompanies Public Law 108-447.  Expenditures shall not exceed funds to be made available by the federal government.

Bridge Discretionary

Cicero Avenue lighting in University Park.......... 104,146

I-290 Cap, Oak Park................................ 938,426

MacArthur Boulevard Extension, Springfield......... 113,441

U.S. 41/I-176 Interchange improvements

  Phase I study.................................... 262,206

    Total                                        $1,418,219

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $50,313,782, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 145 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $37,186, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 150 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Pavement Preservation Programs.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $83,121,254, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 155 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for High Priority Projects (HPP) and Transportation Improvement Projects (TI) pertaining to local governments as designated in Public Law 109-59, Title I, Subtitle G, Section 1702 and Subtitle I, Section 1934 of the federal reauthorization act entitled SAFETEA-LU; provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations, obligation limitations, or any other federal limitations.  Specific project approximations appear in Article 101, Section 25 of Public Act 94-0798.

 

    Section 70.  The sum of $6,796,777, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 160 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Transportation, Community and System Preservation (TCSP), Discretionary Interstate Maintenance and Surface Transportation Priorities earmarks pertaining to state and local governments as designated in the Consolidated Appropriation Act, 2008, Division K, Public Law 110-161; provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations, obligation limitations, or any other federal limitations, as approximated in Article 35, Section 20 of Public Act 95-0734.

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $9,615,450, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 165 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Transportation, Community and System Preservation (TCSP), Discretionary Interstate Maintenance, Federal Lands Highway Discretionary, and Surface Transportation Priorities earmarks pertaining to state and local governments as designated in the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009, Public Law 111-8; provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations, obligation limitations, or any other federal limitations, as approximated in Article 2, Section 20 of Public Act 96-0039.

 

    Section 80.  The sum of $4,225,093, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 170 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation, for Transportation, Community and System Preservation (TCSP), Discretionary Interstate Maintenance, and Surface Transportation Priorities earmarks pertaining to state and local governments as designated in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010, Public Law 111-11 117; provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations, obligation limitations, or any other federal limitations.

 

    Section 85. The sum of $7,802,063, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 175 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Federal Discretionary Program Awards provided for in the “Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011” – Public Law 112-10 (H.R. 1473) provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations, obligation limitations, or any other federal limitations. Specific project approximations appear in Article 20, Section 25 of Public Act 97-0725.

 

    Section 90. The sum of $131,051, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 180 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Federal Emergency Relief Program awards provided for in the FFY2012 US DOT Appropriations Bill –Public Law 112-055, provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government for the projects listed below.

EMERGENCY RELIEF

US 20 from IL 35 in East Dubuque to east edge of Galena;

IL 78 from the south edge of Stockton to 5 miles south of JoDaviess/Carroll Co. line.

 

    Section 95. The sum of $6,620,714, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 185 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Federal Discretionary Projects identified in Article 20, Section 26 of Public Act 97-0725 provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations obligations limitations or any other federal limitations (These amounts are in additional to amounts appropriated elsewhere).

 

    Section 100.  The sum of $69,854,424, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 190, of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, for statewide purposes, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series A Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, and fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program.

 

    Section 105.  The sum of $751,387,142, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 195 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, for statewide purposes, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series D Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, and fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program.

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $682,992,150, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 200 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, for statewide purposes, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series D Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, and fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $200,258, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 205 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, are reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for all expenses related to Phase II of the I-57/294 interchange in the County of Cook.

 

    Section 120.  The sum of $45,006,232, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriations heretofore made in Article 6, Section 210 and Section 215 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, are reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-0850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $63,249,131, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 220 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, are reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-0850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

 

    Section 130.  The sum of $85,587,853, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 225 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-0850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

 

    Section 135.  The sum of $365,447,054, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 230 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-0850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

 

    Section 140.  The sum of $988,473,294, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 35 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-0850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

 

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION

LUMP SUMS

    Section 145. The sum of $2,684,228, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 280 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for all costs associated with the procurement of public private agreements.

 

     Section 150.  The sum of $32,472,371, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 250 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the High Priority Projects (HPP) and Transportation Improvement Projects (TI) specifically identified in Article 101, Section 25 of Public Act 94-0798, provided that such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid into the Road Fund by local governments.

 

    Section 155.  The sum of $763,397, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 310 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the Transportation, Community and System Preservation (TCSP) and Discretionary Interstate Maintenance earmarks specifically identified in Article 35, Section 20a of Public Act 95-0734, provided that such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid into the Road Fund by local governments.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $26,371,654, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 315 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.  (Emergency Repair Program)

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $1,829,109, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 320 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the Transportation, Community and System Preservation (TCSP) and Discretionary Interstate Maintenance earmarks specifically identified in Article 2, Section 20 of Public Act 96-0039, provided that such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid into the Road Fund by local governments.

 

    Section 170. The sum of $391,060, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 325 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation, for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the Transportation, Community and System Preservation (TCSP) and Discretionary Interstate Maintenance earmarks specifically identified in Article 50, Section 16 of Public Act 96-0035, provided that such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid into the Road Fund by local governments.

 

    Section 175.  The sum of $921,280, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 330 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery II (TIGER II) awards designated in Division A of the Consolidated Appropriations Ace, 2010, Public Law 111-117 as identified and approximated in Article 10, Section 20 of Public Act 97-0076; provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the federal government through Congressional designations, annual allocations, obligation limitations, or any other federal limitations.

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $717,232, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 335 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery II (TIGER II) awards specifically identified in Article 10, Section 20 of Public Act 97-0076, provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid in to the Road Fund by local governments.

 

    Section 185. The sum of $491,722, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 340 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the Federal Discretionary Program Awards provided for in the “Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011” – Public Law 112-10 (H.R. 1473) earmarks specifically identified in Article 20 Section 25 of Public Act 97-0725, provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid in to the Road Fund by local governments.

 

    Section 190. The sum of $689,442, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 350 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for the local match of all other non-federally reimbursed expenses associated with the Federal Discretionary Projects (specifically identified in Article 20 Section 26 of Public Act 97-0725), provided that such amounts do not exceed funds made available and paid into the Road Fund by local governments. (These amounts are in addition to amounts appropriated elsewhere).

 

    Section 195. The sum of $31,580,283, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 355 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for land acquisition, construction engineering and construction of the Milburn Bypass (US 45 from north of Milburn Road to north of Grass lake Road) provided that such amounts do not exceed amounts reimbursed by the local agency using Lake County Challenge bonds.

 

    Section 200.  The sum of $248,801,783, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriations heretofore made in Article 6, Section 255 and Section 260 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 205.  The sum of $177,586,119, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 265 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 210.  The sum of $192,985,593, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 270 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 215.  The sum of $180,881,776, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 275 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state highways, arterial highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities and sanitary facilities, and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control, junkyard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty; and for capital improvements which directly facilitate an effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales (fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations and scale houses, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the state portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 220. The sum of $137,942,898, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended, at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 40 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the State and local portions of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 225.  The sum of $225,308,411, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriations heretofore made in Article 6, Section 285 and Section 290 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the local portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $74,644,062, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 295 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the local portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 235.  The sum of $121,876,028, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 300 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the local portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 240.  The sum of $337,111,354, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 305 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the local portion of the Road Improvement Program, including refunds.

 

    Section 245.  The sum of $549,228,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 45 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for preliminary engineering and construction engineering and contract costs of construction, including reconstruction, extension and improvement of state and local roads and bridges, fringe parking facilities and such other purposes as provided by the “Illinois Highway Code”; for purposes allowed or required by Title 23 of the U.S. Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-850; for land acquisition and signboard removal and control and preservation of natural beauty, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations for the local portion of the Road Improvement Program including refunds.

 

GRADE CROSSING PROTECTION

    Section 250.  The sum of $83,454,621, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended, at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 235 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Grade Crossing Protection Fund to the Department of Transportation for the installation of grade crossing protection or grade separations at places where a public highway crosses a railroad at grade, as ordered by the Illinois Commerce Commission, as provided by law.

 

AERONAUTICS

AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Section 255.  The sum of $727,188,812, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 10 and Article 6, Section 40 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Federal/State/Local Airport Fund to the Department of Transportation for funding the local or federal share of airport improvement projects, including reimbursements and/or refunds, undertaken pursuant to pertinent state or federal laws, provided such amounts shall not exceed funds available from federal and/or local sources.

 

    Section 260.  The sum of $15,732,485, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 45 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for such purposes as are described Section 34 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended, and Section 72 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended, for airport improvements.

 

CONSTRUCTION

    Section 265.  The sum of $35,832,285, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 240 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for expenses associated with land acquisition for the South Suburban Airport.

 

PUBLIC AND INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION

AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Section 270.  The sum of $368,962, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 50 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to municipalities, special transportation districts, private non-profit carriers, mass transportation carriers, and the Intercity Rail Program for the acquisition, construction, extension, reconstruction, and improvement of mass transportation facilities, including rapid transit, intercity rail, bus and other equipment used in connection therewith, as provided by law, for the counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will, pursuant to Section 4(b)(2) of the General Obligation Bond Act, as amended.

 

    Section 275.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriations heretofore made in Article 6, Section 55 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, are reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to municipalities, special transportation districts, private non-profit carriers, mass transportation carriers, and the Intercity Rail Program for the acquisition, construction, extension, reconstruction, and improvement of mass transportation facilities, including rapid transit, intercity rail, bus and other equipment used in connection therewith, as provided by law, as follows:

  Pursuant to Section 4(b)(1) of the

   General Obligation Bond Act,

   as amended................................... 13,134,608

  For the counties of the State outside

   the counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, McHenry,

   and Will, pursuant to Section 4(b)(1)of

   the General Obligation Bond

   Act, as amended................................. 600,327

  For the Department of Transportation's

   Operation Greenlight Program pursuant to

   Section 4(b)(1) of the General

   Obligation Bond Act, as amended............... 5,522,613

    Total                                       $19,257,548

 

    Section 280. The sum of $333,010, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 60 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation to extend the metrolink rail-line to Mid-America Airport, including but not limited to, general infrastructure improvements authorized under Section 2705-305 of the Department of Transportation Law (20 ILCS 2705/2705-305) such as parking lot infrastructure upgrades, pedestrian access improvements, ingress and egress infrastructure and construction of a pedestrian overpass at the Southwestern Illinois College Metrolink station.

 

    Section 285. The sum of $11,692,992, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 65 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to municipalities, special transportation districts, private non-profit carriers, mass transportation carriers and the Intercity rail program for the acquisition, construction, extension, reconstruction, and improvement of mass transportation facilities, including rapid transit, intercity rail, bus and other equipment used in connection therewith, as provided by law, pursuant to Section 4(b)(1) of the General Obligation Bond Act, as amended.

 

    Section 290. The sum of $782,734,763, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 70 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to the Regional Transportation Authority.

 

    Section 295. The sum of $100,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 75 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to municipalities, special transportation districts, private non-profit carriers, mass transportation carriers and the Intercity rail program for the acquisition, construction, extension, reconstruction, and improvement of mass transportation facilities, including rapid transit, intercity rail, bus and other equipment used in connection therewith, as provided by law, for the purpose of downstate public transit systems.

 

    Section 300. The sum of $619,095,951, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 80 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to the Regional Transportation Authority.

 

    Section 305. The sum of $153,083,204, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 85 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction costs, making grants and providing project assistance to municipalities, special transportation districts, private non-profit carriers, mass transportation carriers and the Intercity rail program for the acquisition, construction, extension, reconstruction, and improvement of mass transportation facilities, including rapid transit, intercity rail, bus and other equipment used in connection therewith, as provided by law, for the purpose of downstate public transit systems.

 

    Section 310. The sum of $83,765,535, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 90 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Downstate Transit Improvement Fund to the Department of Transportation for making competitive capital grants pursuant to Section 2-15 of the Downstate Public Transportation Act. (30 ILCS 740/2-15).

 

    Section 315. The sum of $103,645,656, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, less $20,000,000 to be lapsed, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 15 and Article 6, Section 95 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Federal Mass Transit Trust Fund to the Department of Transportation for the federal share of capital, operating, consultant services, and technical assistance grants, as well as state administration and interagency agreements, provided such amounts shall not exceed funds to be made available from the Federal Government.

 

LUMP SUMS

    Section 320.  The sum of $10,212,993, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 360 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, road construction and all other costs relating to the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) program, provided such amounts not exceed funds made available by the federal government for this program.

 

    Section 325. The sum of, $6,962,192, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended, at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 365 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, road construction and all other costs relating to the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE)program, as awarded from the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) IV, as provided for in the “:consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2012” – P.L. 112-055, provided such amounts do not exceed funds made available by the Federal government.

 

    Section 330.  The sum of $210,815,855, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 370 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, road construction and all other costs relating to the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) program.

 

RAIL PASSENGER AND RAIL FREIGHT

    Section 335.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 100 of Public Act 99-0007 as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, construction, and all other costs relating to rail projects, provided such amounts not exceed funds made available by the federal government for this purpose.

 

    Section 340.  The sum of $21,715,463, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended, at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation heretofore made in Article 5, Section 20 and Article 6, Section 105 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the State Rail Freight Loan Repayment Fund to the Department of Transportation for funding the State Rail Freight Loan Repayment Program created by Section 49.25g-1 of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois.

 

    Section 345.   The sum of $1,024,857,793, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 110 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Federal High Speed Rail Trust Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, construction, and all other costs relating to high speed rail projects, provided such amounts not exceed funds made available by the federal government for this purpose.

 

    Section 350.  The sum of $10,839,947, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 115 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation, pursuant to Section 4(b)(1) of the General Obligation Bond Act, for track and signal improvements, AMTRAK station improvements, rail passenger equipment, and rail freight facility improvements.

 

    Section 355.  The sum of $100,633,362, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 120 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation for track and signal improvements, AMTRAK station improvements, rail passenger equipment, and rail freight facility improvements.

 

    Section 360.  The sum of $249,020,414, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 125 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Transportation Bond Series B Fund to the Department of Transportation to leverage federal funding in accordance with the Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administration’s Capital Assistance for High Speed Rail Corridors and Intercity Passenger Rail Service Program and any other federal grant programs made available for capital and operating improvements for intercity passenger rail.

 

    Section 365.  The sum of $5,012,749, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the appropriation and reappropriation concerning the federal share of the Rail Freight Loan Repayment Program heretofore made in Article 5, Section 25 and Article 6, Section 130 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Rail Freight Loan Repayment Fund to the Department of Transportation for the Rail Freight Service Assistance Program, created by Section 49.25a through 49.25g-1 of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois.

 

    Section 370.  The sum of $1,300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 375 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for costs associated with the relocation of locally-owned utilities along federally-designated High Speed Rail Corridors in Illinois, provided that such amounts do not exceed funds to be made available and paid into the Road Fund pursuant to agreements executed between the Department of Transportation and the affected local governments.

 

STIMULUS

RAIL

    Section 375.  The sum of $59,969,103, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, less $40,000,000 to be lapsed, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 400 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, road construction and all other costs relating to the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) program, provided such amounts not exceed federal funds made available by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

 

    Section 380.  The sum of $701,970,744, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from the reappropriation heretofore made in Article 6, Section 405 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Federal High Speed Rail Trust Fund to the Department of Transportation for grants, construction, and all other costs relating to high speed rail projects in compliance with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, provided such amounts not exceed funds made available by the federal government for this purpose.

 

    Section 385. No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from a reappropriation herein made in:

Section 5   Permanent Improvements

Section 100  Series A - Road Program

Section 105  Series D - Road Program

Section 110  Series D - Road Program

Section 260  Series B - Aeronautics

Section 265  Series B - Land Acquisition 3rd Airport

Section 270  Series B - Transit

Section 275  Series B – Transit

Section 280  Series B - Transit

Section 285  Series B - Transit

Section 290  Series B - Transit

Section 295  Series B - Transit

Section 300  Series B - Transit

Section 305  Series B - Transit

Section 330  Series B - Transit

Section 340  State Rail Freight Loan Repayment

Section 350  Series B - Rail

Section 355  Series B - Rail

Section 360  Series B - Rail

Section 365  Federal Rail Freight Loan Repayment

 

of this Article until after the purpose and the amount of such expenditure has been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, This Article                     $10,808,892,282

 

ARTICLE 17

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS

    Section 5.  The sum of $12,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Permanent Improvements to Illinois Department of Transportation facilities, including but not limited to the purchase of land, construction, repair, alterations and improvements to maintenance and traffic facilities, district and central headquarters facilities, storage facilities, grounds, parking areas and facilities, fencing and underground drainage, including plans, specifications, utilities and fixed equipment installed and all costs and charges incident to the completion thereof at various locations.

 

HIGHWAYS

    Section 10.  The sum of $5,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for repair of damages by motorists to highway guardrails, fencing, lighting units, bridges, underpasses,   signs, traffic signals, crash attenuators, landscaping, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities, sanitary facilities, maintenance facilities including salt storage buildings, vehicle weight enforcement facilities including scale houses, and other highway appurtenances, provided such amount shall not exceed funds to be made available from collections from claims filed by the Department to recover the costs of such damages.

 

GRADE CROSSING PROTECTION

    Section 15.  The sum of $39,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended, at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly, is reappropriated from the Grade Crossing Protection Fund to the Department of Transportation for the installation of grade crossing protection or grade separations at places where a public highway crosses a railroad at grade, as ordered by the Illinois Commerce Commission, as provided by law.

 

AERONAUTICS

AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Section 20.  The sum of $1,527,684, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and as remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly and from a reappropriation heretofore for such purpose made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 220 and Article 21, Section 115 of Public Act 98-0681 is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for such purposes as are described in Sections 31 and 34 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended.

 

RAIL

  Section 25.  The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended, at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a new appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly, is reappropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction and all other costs relating to projects associated with high speed rail projects, provided such amounts not exceed funds made available by entities other than the federal government for this purpose.

 

    Total, This Article                         $63,027,684

 

ARTICLE 19

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD

    Section 1. The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Board Contributory Trust Fund to the Capital Development Board for capital improvements, including but not limited to, improvements at Department of Veterans’ Affairs facilities.

 

    Section 5. The sum of $240,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the FY09 Budget Relief Fund to the Capital Development Board for capital projects, including but not limited to, demolition and other non-bondable projects.

 

    Total, this Article                         $10,240,000

 

ARTICLE 20

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD

    Section 235.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 7, Section 5 of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Board of Higher Education for the project hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE ACADEMY - AURORA

  To plan and begin construction of a

   space for the delivery of teacher

   training and development and student

   enrichment programs............................. 108,843

 

    Section 272.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in Article 7, Section 10 of Public Act 99-0007, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS MATH AND SCIENCE ACADEMY

  For residence hall rehabilitation

   and main building addition....................... 93,662

  For “A” wing laboratories remodeling........... 3,379,675

    Total                                        $3,473,337

 

    Total, this Article                          $3,582,180

 

ARTICLE 21

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD

    Section 5.  The sum of $13,575,524, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants and other capital improvements awarded under the Community Health Center Construction Act.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 10 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants and other capital improvements to school-based health centers that are operated by a Community Health Center as defined in the federal Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 254b).

 

    Section 15.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 15 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Agriculture for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS - DUQUOIN

  For completing the upgrade of the

   electrical distribution system, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements ... 100,759

  For constructing a multi-purpose

   building, and other capital improvements......... 40,803

ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS - SPRINGFIELD

  For replacing the HVAC in

   the administration building,

   and other capital improvements................ 1,273,594

  For replacing roofing systems –

   Administration Building and

   Lower Roof, and other capital improvements...... 195,361

  Plan and begin electrical

   system replacement, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 2,016

  For replacement of water and sewer

   Service to various buildings, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 74,479

  For an airlock addition to Metrology

   (Weights and Measures) Lab, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,171

STATEWIDE

  For replacing roofs, and other

   capital improvements............................. 12,661

    Total                                        $1,714,844

 

    Section 20.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 20 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Courts of Illinois for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

SPRINGFIELD - SUPREME COURT BUILDING

Plan and begin renovation of

 Supreme Court

 Building, and other capital improvements.......... 275,476

  For renovating the HVAC system on

   the 3rd Floor, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 140,000

  For installing humidifier and water

   filtration systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 227,238

APPELLATE COURT SECOND DISTRICT - ELGIN

  For miscellaneous improvements.................... 60,520

    Total                                          $703,234

 

    Section 30.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 30 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Office of the Secretary of State for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CAPITOL COMPLEX - SPRINGFIELD

  Plan/begin upgrade of high voltage

   distribution system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 59,031

DRIVER SERVICES FACILITIES, NORTH, SOUTH AND

WEST - CHICAGO

  For HVAC upgrades, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 486,835

  To upgrade electrical systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 117,144

HOWLETT BUILDING- SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading the North Patio for

   public safety, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 12,823

  For replacing roofing

   systems, and other capital improvements.......... 10,079

ILLINOIS STATE LIBRARY- SPRINGFIELD

  For replacing the roofing

   system, and other capital improvements........... 35,326

MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES FACILITY - SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading the fire alarm and

   security systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 16,809

    Total                                          $738,047

 

  Section 35.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 35 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Office of the Secretary of State for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CAPITOL COMPLEX – SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading fire alarm systems in

   two buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................... $17,992

 

    Section 40.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 40 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Central Management Services for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

STATEWIDE

  For the renovation of state-owned

   property, and other capital improvements........ 102,339

  For renovating state owned

   property, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 880,521

  For upgrading the building security

   system at the James R. Thompson Center

   and the State of Illinois building

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 655,000

  For renovation of State-owned

   property at the following

   locations:  Kenneth Hall Regional

   Office Building, AIG (Franklin Complex)

   Building, James R. Thompson Center,

   Sangamo Complex (IEPA), Champaign Regional

   Office Building (IEPA), Springfield

   Regional Office Building, Natural

   Resource Center (DNR) and Read -

   Building (Elgin Mental Health Center),

   and other capital improvements................... 62,138

CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER - OFFICE AND LAB BUILDING

  For installing an emergency generator

   and upgrading the electrical system.............. 97,956

  For planning and beginning the renovation

   of the facility, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 462,651

COLLINSVILLE REGIONAL OFFICE COMPLEX

  For replacing the roof and other capital          

    improvements................................. 1,012,947

  To replace an emergency generator,

   and other capital improvements.................. 180,811

ELGIN REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING

  For upgrading the HVAC

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 830,465

ILLINOIS CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND

EDUCATION (WOOD) - CHICAGO

  For upgrading fire and safety systems,

   and other capital improvements................... 27,113

JAMES R. THOMPSON CENTER - CHICAGO

  For the purpose of emergency stone

   repair at the

   James R. Thompson Center, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 1,980,286

  For planning and beginning

   electrical system and life safety

   system upgrades, and other

   capital improvements............................ 404,900

  For upgrading the HVAC

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 105,420

  For installing an emergency generator,

   and other capital improvements................ 3,545,000

  For rehabilitating exterior columns, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 11,692

  For upgrading mechanical systems, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements..... 27,341

KENNETH HALL REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING – EAST ST. LOUIS

  For design services for emergency parapet

   wall repairs, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 22,656

MEDICAL CENTER (DCFS DISTRICT OFFICE) - CHICAGO

  For replacing roof and upgrading

   mechanical and electrical systems, and other

   capital improvements............................ 321,956

MEDICAL CENTER (EDWARDS CENTER) - CHICAGO

  For medical center (Edwards Center), and other

   Capital improvements............................ 184,899

MICHAEL A. BILANDIC BUILDING, CHICAGO

  For upgrading HVAC and domestic water

   system, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 697,486

ROCKFORD REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING

  For replacing Halon and upgrading

   the air conditioning, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 162,614

SPRINGFIELD - RESEARCH AND COLLECTION CENTER

  For expanding surplus warehouse, and other

   Capital improvements............................. 73,584

SPRINGFIELD - COMPUTER FACILITY

  For upgrading the computer room and the

   electrical system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 23,421

SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING

  For emergency cooling tower replacement

   at 4500 S. Sixth Street Road, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 56,864

SUBURBAN NORTH REGIONAL OFFICE FACILITY, DES PLAINES

  For renovating office space, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 92,465

    Total                                       $12,022,525

 

    Section 45.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 45, of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Central Management Services for the project hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND EDUCATION

(ROOSEVELT) – CHICAGO

  For upgrading the kitchen and plumbing, and

   other capital improvements..................... $185,838

 

    Section 50.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 50 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Natural Resources for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BABE WOODYARD STATE NATURAL AREA -

VERMILION COUNTY

  For developing the site and associated

   land acquisition, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 244,604

BIG RIVER STATE FOREST

  For ADA improvements, and other

   capital improvements............................ 191,122

BUFFALO ROCK STATE PARK – LASALLE COUNTY

  For replacing the septic system, and

   other capital improvements, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated........ 58,023

CARLYLE LAKE STATE PARKS

  For road and site improvements at

   Carlyle Lake, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,477,424

  For infrastructure and site

   improvements at Carlyle Lake, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 765,485

CARLYLE STATE FISH AND WILDLIFE AREA – FAYETTE COUNTY

  To replace Cox Bridge at Carlyle State

   Fish and Wildlife Area, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 550,000

FERNE CLYFFE STATE PARK - JOHNSON COUNTY

  For replacing the campground

   sewage treatment system, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 340,826

GIANT CITY STATE PARK - JACKSON COUNTY

  For replacing the sewer treatment

   system, and other capital improvements........... 36,503

GOOSE LAKE PRAIRIE NATURAL AREA - GRUNDY COUNTY

  For replacing floating boardwalk, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 24,604

HENNEPIN CANAL PARKWAY STATE PARK AND ACCESS AREA

  For rehabilitating/repairing railroad

   bridges, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 851,685

HORSESHOE LAKE CONSERVATION AREA - ALEXANDER COUNTY

  For dam rehabilitation and the State's share

   to implement the ecological restoration

   plan in cooperation with the U.S.

   Army Corps of Engineers, and

   land acquisition, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 842,605

I & M Canal - CHANNAHON – GRUNDY COUNTY

  For repair of the spillway, and

   other capital improvements, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................ 364,320

  For replacing Lock 14 Bridge, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,023

  For improving the DuPage River Spillway,

   and other capital improvements.................. 853,884

  For improving DuPage River Spillway,

   and other capital improvements.................... 2,172

ILLINOIS BEACH STATE PARK - LAKE COUNTY

  For stabilizing shoreline, and other

   capital improvements............................ 148,763

JAKE WOLF MEMORIAL FISH HATCHERY

  For replacing or upgrading

   electrical system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 33,008

MORAINE HILLS STATE PARK – MCHENRY COUNTY

  For replacing yellow-head marshy dam

   culverts, and other capital improvements........ 376,926

PERE MARQUETTE STATE PARK – JERSEY COUNTY

  For replacing lodge pool dehumidifier, and

   other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 234,633

  For design services to replace a lodge

   pool dehumidifier, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 7,689

PYRAMID STATE PARK

  For renovating the Galum building for a

   mine rescue station, and other

   capital improvements............................ 808,670

RED HILLS STATE PARK – LAWRENCE COUNTY

  For miscellaneous improvements.................... 44,740

RESEARCH & COLLECTIONS CENTER - SPRINGFIELD

  For renovating the interior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 17,796

ROCK CUT STATE PARK - WINNEBAGO COUNTY

  For rehabilitating water and sewer

   system, and other capital improvements........... 11,615

SILOAM SPRINGS STATE PARK – ADAMS COUNTY

  For rehabilitating office/service area,

   and other capital improvements................ 1,119,114

STEPHEN A. FORBES STATE PARK, MARION COUNTY

  For design services to replace dump and

   fish cleaning stations, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 22,794

WORLD SHOOTING COMPLEX – SPARTA

  For infrastructure and other

   capital improvements............................. 45,910

SPRINGFIELD

  For constructing an office building,

   interpretive center, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 166,153

WAYNE FITZGERRELL STATE RECREATION AREA

  For replacing roofs, and other

   capital improvements............................ 149,768

WHITE PINES FOREST STATE PARK - OGLE COUNTY

  For completing the replacement of the

   sewer system, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 10,907

WILDLIFE PRAIRIE PARK

  For rehabilitating the sewage

   treatment plant and other capital

   improvements, or a grant to

   Friends of Wildlife Prairie Park

   for the same purpose............................. 74,401

  For upgrading sewage treatment plant,

   and other capital improvements,

   or a grant to Friends of Wildlife

   Prairie Park for the same purpose............... 278,210

STATEWIDE

  For replacing/repairing the roofing systems,

   and other capital improvements................. 245,000

  For replacing/repairing the roofing systems,

   and other capital improvements.................. 115,267

  For rehabilitating dams and bridges,

   and other capital improvements.................. 116,946

  For constructing, replacing and

   renovating lodges and concession

   buildings, and other capital improvements....... 878,761

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 134,931

  For replacing and constructing vault

   Toilets, and other capital improvements......... 167,772

  For rehabilitating dams, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 25,034

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 206,925

  For replacing vault toilets, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 285,813

  For constructing hazardous material storage

   buildings, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 9,935

  For constructing vault toilets, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 137,897

  For planning, construction,

   reconstruction, land acquisition

   and related costs, utilities, site

   improvements, and all other expenses

   necessary for various capital

   improvements at parks, conservation

   areas, and other facilities under

   the jurisdiction of the Department

   of Natural Resources, and other

   capital improvements............................ 415,159

    Total                                       $12,908,817

 

    Section 55.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 55 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Natural Resources for the project hereinafter enumerated:

GOOSE LAKE PRAIRIE NATURAL AREA - GRUNDY COUNTY

  For rehabilitating visitor's center

   exterior, and other capital improvements........ $23,345

 

    Section 60.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 60 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Corrections for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CENTRALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 538,030

  For replacing the cooling tower, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 201,948

  To upgrade a sewage treatment plant, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 66,918

DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing the fire alarm

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 452,286

  For planning the upgrade and expansion

   of the medical care facility, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 24,127

GRAHAM CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For upgrading the mechanical system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 14,439

HARDIN COUNTY WORK CAMP

  To upgrade a sewage treatment plant, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 23,581

ILLINOIS RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER – CANTON

  For replacing domestic hot water

   heater, and other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 239,698

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - HARRISBURG

  For constructing a multi-purpose medical,

   vocational and confinement building and

   other improvements, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 322,181

  For utility upgrade, including gas

   and sewer, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 4,536,856

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES

  For constructing an R & C building

   and other capital improvements................... 61,222

JACKSONVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For upgrading the fire alarm

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 435,275

LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For upgrading the building automation

   system, and other capital improvements........ 1,082,360

  For replacing doors and locks, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 31,592

LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing housing unit

   roofs, and other capital improvements............ 45,732

  For planning and beginning the upgrade

   of the power plant, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 155,805

  For renovating the electrical

   distribution system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 67,033

  For constructing a medical building and

   dietary building, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 722,098

MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER - CHESTER

  For repairs and upgrades, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 7,122,329

  For replacing toilets and waste lines

   at E/W Cell house and upgrade North

   Cell house plumbing, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 364,351

  For renovation or replacement of the

   Old Hospital Building, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other

   capital improvements............................. 35,574

  For planning and construction of the

   Administration Building, and other

   capital improvements............................. 15,338

PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing doors and frames, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 1,620,000

SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing the emergency generator, and other

   capital improvements............................. 44,867

SOUTHWESTERN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing the roofing

   system, and other capital improvements........... 43,343

STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER - JOLIET

  For replacing the X

   House locks, and other capital improvements..... 492,288

  For the emergency compressor

   failure at Stateville RNC and

   other capital improvements...................... 823,801

  For replacing doors and locks, and other

   capital improvements............................ 580,000

  For replacing windows in B House, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 8,603

  For replacing power plant and

   utility distribution system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 17,454

  For upgrading electrical system and elevator

   and installing HVAC system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 77,995

TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing operators and main

   gates, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements................... 34,242

VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For an emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements....................... 22,582

  For replacing roofing systems, and

   other capital improvements...................... 504,644

  For constructing a multi-purpose program

   building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 90,656

  For converting Administration Building and

   planning construction of an Administration/

   Health Care Unit and other capital

   improvements.................................... 308,406

  For replacement of roofing system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 37,409

VIENNA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing windows, and

   other capital improvements...................... 175,857

  For replacing roofing systems, and

   other capital improvements....................... 23,987

  For replacing the cooler and freezer,

   and other capital improvements.................. 356,663

  For upgrading the power plant, and other

   capital improvements............................. 20,234

  For upgrading the HVAC system and replacing

   water lines in six housing units,

   and other capital improvements.................. 324,862

  For emergency roof replacement on

   various buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 145,698

STATEWIDE

  For the purpose of funding all

   costs associated with constructing

   an X-House, and other capital improvements...... 822,598

  For the purpose of funding all costs

   associated with constructing a

   Centralized Medical and

   Long-Term Care Facility, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 4,175,151

  For replacing doors and locks, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 1,015,137

  For upgrading water towers, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 1,398,018

  For planning, design, construction, equipment

   and all other necessary costs for a

   security facility, and other capital

   improvements................................. 43,650,918

  For planning a security facility

   and land acquisition, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,629,428

  For replacing roofing systems, and other

   capital improvements............................. 86,007

  For replacing or upgrading security and

   monitoring systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 278,707

  For planning and replacing windows, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 2,226,942

  For replacing security fencing, and other

   capital improvements............................ 219,364

  For planning, design, construction, equipment

   and all other necessary costs for a

   correctional center, and other capital

   improvements................................. 54,713,919

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 70,609

  For upgrading fire and safety systems, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and

   other capital improvements...................... 832,880

  For renovating Housing Units, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 270,000

  For renovating buildings, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and other

   capital improvements............................ 274,847

  For renovation of buildings, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 29,261

  For repair and replacement of roofing

   systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 10,221

    Total                                      $135,016,371

 

    Section 65.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 65, of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Corrections for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BIG MUDDY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

  For replacing door locking controls

   and intercom systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,221,298

STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For installing fire alarm systems, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,600,000

    Total                                        $3,821,298

 

    Section 70.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 70 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER – KEWANEE

  For replacing the sprinkler system, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,727,798

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - PERE MARQUETTE

  For replacing roofs, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 4,612

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES

  For upgrading HVAC system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 31,724

STATEWIDE

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements in addition to funds

   previously appropriated.......................... 26,089

    Total                                        $1,790,223

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $174,139, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 75 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Emergency Management Agency for costs associated with a new State Emergency Operations Center, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 80.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 80 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BLACK HAWK STATE HISTORIC SITE – ROCK ISLAND

  For renovating a retaining wall and two

   shelters, and other capital improvements ....... 179,432

CAHOKIA MOUNDS HISTORIC SITE - COLLINSVILLE

  For replacement of Monk's Mounds stairs

   and other capital improvements.................. 211,080

  For restoration of Monk's Mound

   and other capital improvements.................. 606,489

  For purchasing private land within historic

   site boundary and other capital improvements.... 189,979

  To create a new entrance around

   existing bronze artwork doors

   and other capital improvements................... 67,301

DANA THOMAS HOUSE STATE HISTORIC SITE

  To rehabilitate the interior and exterior, and

   other capital improvements

   at Dana Thomas House State Historic Site........ 555,421

JARROT MANSION STATE HISTORICAL SITE

  For restoring the mansion, site improvements

   and land acquisition, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,447,021

LINCOLN-HERNDON LAW OFFICE - SPRINGFIELD

  For purchase and restoration of the

   Tinsley Shop, and other capital improvements.... 915,727

LINCOLN LOG CABIN STATE HISTORIC SITE, COLES COUNTY

  To replace a sewer system at Historic Site, and

   other capital improvements....................... 11,918

LINCOLN'S TOMB/VIETNAM MEMORIAL - SPRINGFIELD

  For rehabilitating site and providing

   irrigation system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 93,965

LINCOLN’S TOMB - SPRINGFIELD

  For renovating the interior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 44,746

LINCOLN'S NEW SALEM HISTORIC SITE - MENARD COUNTY

  For providing electrical at campgrounds,

   and other capital improvements.................. 110,444

OLD STATE CAPITOL - SPRINGFIELD

  For repairing elevators, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 387,464

UNION STATION - SPRINGFIELD

  For purchasing and rehabilitating, and

   other capital improvements....................... 21,721

STATEWIDE

  For statewide ISTEA 21 Match, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 244,200

    Total                                        $5,086,908

 

    Section 82. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriation heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 80 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

LINCOLN PRESIDENTIAL CENTER - SPRINGFIELD

  For constructing library and museum complex, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements............... $2,479,646

 

    Section 85.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 85, of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

MT. PULASKI COURTHOUSE HISTORIC SITE - LOGAN COUNTY

  For rehabilitating interior & exterior,

   and other capital improvements................... 24,118

PULLMAN HISTORIC SITE

For all costs associated with the

   stabilization and restoration

   of the Pullman Historic Site,

   and other capital improvements.................. 600,005

    Total                                          $624,123

 

    Section 90.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 90 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Human Services for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ALTON MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - MADISON COUNTY

  For life/safety improvements, and other

   capital improvements............................. 15,141

  For renovating the Forensic Complex and

   constructing two building additions, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements................ 3,900,000

  For constructing two building additions

   at the Forensic Complex, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 5,078,900

CHESTER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

  For completing the replacement

   of smoke and heat detectors,

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 440,000

  For upgrading HVAC systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 144,664

  For replacing smoke/heat detectors, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 37,133

CHICAGO-READ MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - CHICAGO

  For renovating Unit J-East for

   forensic use, and other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 936,267

  For replacing the emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements...................... 186,910

CHOATE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - ANNA

  For upgrading the fire alarm system, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,043,112

  For life/safety improvements, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 4,977,660

  For renovating Sycamore Hall, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 78,984

  For renovating Sycamore, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 3,872,847

ELGIN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - KANE COUNTY

  For converting the Read Building

   for office space, and other capital

   improvements, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................. 16,157

  For replacing power plant and engineering

   building, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 4,750,866

  For renovating the central dietary

   and kitchen, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 3,672,696

  For construction of roads, parking lots

   and street lights, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 133,664

FOX DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DWIGHT

  For upgrading fire/life safety systems, and

   other capital improvements...................... 224,168

  For replacing and repairing interior doors,

   flooring and walls, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 249,122

  For planning and beginning replacement

   of interior doors and flooring

   and repairing walls in the Main and

   Administration Buildings, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 35,888

ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF - JACKSONVILLE

  For replacing the roof on the main

   building and renovating the bathrooms

   in three dormitories, and other

   capital improvements............................ 507,698

  For installing sprinkler systems

   in the dormitories and elementary

   buildings, and other capital improvements..... 1,892,433

  For renovating the High School Building

   Phase II, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 135,066

  For renovating High School Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 96,859

ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED - JACKSONVILLE

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 69,156

  For renovating auditorium, classroom

   and administration buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,026,155

  For renovating classrooms in Building 17,

   and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,250,724

  For renovations to the powerhouse,

   boilers and associated coal and ash

   equipment, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 37,501

  For renovating the power house, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 656,458

KILEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - WAUKEGAN

  For improving power reliability and

   installing emergency lighting, and

   other capital improvements in

   addition to funds previously appropriated....... 385,141

  For upgrading Building C ceiling, and

   other capital improvements...................... 131,982

  For converting the facility to natural

   gas, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 112,391

  For renovating homes, Phase II, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements................... 77,343

LUDEMAN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - PARK FOREST

  For upgrading the electrical panel,

   and other capital improvements.................. 175,717

  For repairing and replacing furnaces and

   duct work, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 41,569

  For renovating residential and neighborhood

   homes, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 45,810

  For replacing plumbing, HVAC and

   boiler systems, and other capital improvements... 47,586

  For renovation of residential buildings,

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements..... 45,810

MABLEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DIXON

  For replacing mechanicals and upgrading

   the fire alarm systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 38,440

MADDEN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - HINES

  For renovating residential pavilions, and

   other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated..... 21,521

  For renovating pavilions and

   administration building for safety/

   security, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 99,556

  For renovating dietary, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 729,885

MCFARLAND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading fire alarm system, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,668,072

  For replacing roofs – Kennedy and

   Administration Building, and other

   capital improvements............................ 773,136

MURRAY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - CENTRALIA

  For completing the renovation of

   the boiler house, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,991,120

SHAPIRO DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - KANKAKEE

  For replacing the sewer system in

   south campus, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,056,004

  For planning and beginning renovation

   of dietary, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 203,263

  For work necessary to remedy fire

   damper deficiencies, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 117,020

  For replacing water mains and valves,

   in addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements.................. 210,015

STATEWIDE

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 244,866

For replacing and repairing roofing

   systems, and other capital improvements.......... 35,240

  For replacing and repairing roofing

   systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 558,859

  For repairing or replacing roofs,

   and other capital improvements.................. 188,248

  For replacing and repairing roofing

   systems, and other capital improvements.......... 58,410

  For replacement of roofing systems, and

   other capital improvements...................... 118,670

  For completing various capital

   improvements.................................... 360,883

  For renovating residences, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 85,209

  For upgrading fire/life safety systems, and

   other capital improvements....................... 36,636

  For planning and beginning the renovation

   of the power house, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 37,297

  For various capital improvements,

   including planning and construction

   of transitional or residential homes,

   and other capital improvements................... 32,056

  For upgrading fire alarm systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 47,651

  For renovating dietary and stores, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 55,334

  For renovating mechanicals and

   residential areas, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 691,943

  For completing the upgrade of fire

   and life/safety issues, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other

   capital improvements............................ 600,000

    Total                                       $49,588,912

 

    Section 95.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 95 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Human Services for the project hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF – JACKSONVILLE

  For replacing dorm doors, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,945,671

FOX DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DWIGHT

  For renovating the water treatment plant,

   and other capital improvements.................. 678,331

STATEWIDE

  For upgrading the mechanicals in the

   power plant, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 45,582

  For repair and/or replacement of

   roofs, and other capital improvements............ 61,150

    Total                                        $2,730,734

 

    Section 100.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 100 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Medical District Commission for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS MEDICAL DISTRICT COMMISSION - CHICAGO

  For upgrading utility and infrastructure,

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements.... 412,685

  For upgrading core utilities, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 101,289

  For upgrading research center, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 346,714

    Total                                          $860,688

 

    Section 105.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 105 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Military Affairs for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BLOOMINGTON ARMORY - McLEAN COUNTY

  For rehabilitating the mechanical/

   electrical systems and renovating

   the interior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 17,160

CAMP LINCOLN - SPRINGFIELD

  For construction of a military academy

   facility, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 39,188

ELGIN ARMORY - KANE COUNTY

  For upgrading the interior and

   exterior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 32,395

MACOMB ARMORY - McDONOUGH

  For replacing the mechanical and electrical

   systems and installing a kitchen, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 73,371

NORTH RIVERSIDE ARMORY

  For rehabilitating the interior and

   exterior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 14,648

NORTHWEST ARMORY - CHICAGO

  For upgrading the electrical system, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,249,618

  For replacing the mechanical systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 46,187

SYCAMORE ARMORY

  For replacing the electrical system,

   renovating the interior and installing

   air conditioning, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 22,310

STATEWIDE

  For capital improvements to the

   Lincoln’s ChalleNGe Academy.................. 19,488,347

  For constructing an army aviation

   support facility, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 4,665,355

  To complete construction and

   Purchase equipment for the Shiloh,

   Mt. Vernon, and Carbondale Readiness

   Center, and other capital improvements.......... 213,399

    Total                                       $26,861,978

 

    Section 110.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 110 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Military Affairs for the project hereinafter enumerated:

LAWRENCEVILLE ARMORY

  For rehabilitating the exterior and

   replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 176,837

    Total                                          $176,837

 

    Section 115.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 115 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Revenue for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

WILLARD ICE BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For repairing emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements....................... 14,489

  For renovation of the parking ramp, and

   other capital improvements...................... 246,877

  For completing the upgrade of

   building management controls,

   in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 186,460

  For replacing the dock exhaust system,

   and other capital improvements.................. 172,722

  For upgrading building management

   Controls and other improvements,

   and other capital improvements................ 2,310,502

  For upgrading the plumbing system,

   and other capital improvements.................. 908,359

  For renovating the interior and

   upgrading HVAC and other improvements,

   and other capital improvements................ 2,722,058

    Total                                        $6,561,467

 

    Section 120.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 120 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Revenue for the project hereinafter enumerated:

WILLARD ICE BUILDING – SPRINGFIELD

  For completing the upgrade of the

   Plumbing System, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 600,000

    Total                                          $600,000

 

    Section 125.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 125 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of State Police for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

AMERICAN GENERAL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For installing an emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,123,747

METRO-EAST FORENSIC LAB - BELLEVILLE

  For constructing a new forensic

   lab in Belleville, and other capital

   improvements in addition

   to funds previously appropriated.............. 9,016,139

  For constructing new forensic lab, and other

   capital improvements in

   addition to funds previously appropriated........ 48,075

  For planning and beginning the

   construction of a Metro East

   forensic laboratory, and other capital

   improvements in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................... 340,109

EFFINGHAM DISTRICT 12

  For Effingham District 12 Firing Range,

   and other capital improvements................... 61,586

CHICAGO FORENSIC LABORATORY

  For planning and beginning the

   construction of an addition

   to the Chicago Forensic Laboratory, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,129,393

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY

  For planning and design of the rehabilitation

   and site improvements of the Springfield

   Armory, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 352,523

STATE POLICE TRAINING ACADEMY - SPRINGFIELD

  For planning and beginning the

   construction of an addition to the

   CODIS Laboratory and other improvements,

   and other capital improvements.................. 277,750

ULLIN DISTRICT 22

  For emergency roof and interior and

   exterior repairs, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 71,651

STATEWIDE

  For replacing communications towers

   equipment and tower buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 512,042

  For replacing radio communication towers,

   equipment buildings and installing emergency

   power generators and other capital

   improvements.................................... 250,000

    Total                                       $13,183,015

 

    Section 130.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 130 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Veterans' Affairs for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ANNA VETERAN’S HOME

  To plan and begin the construction

   of a 40-50 bed addition, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 1,272

LASALLE VETERAN’S HOME – LASALLE COUNTY

  For the replacement of the galvanized water

   piping, and other capital improvements........... 87,600

MANTENO VETERANS' HOME - KANKAKEE COUNTY

  For replacing air conditioner chillers,

   and other capital improvements................... 26,537

  For replacing condensing units, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 11,138

  For upgrading or construction of roads

   and parking lots, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 28,785

  For planning and constructing additional

   storage and support areas, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 73,248

  For upgrading storm sewer, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 97,768

QUINCY VETERANS' HOME - ADAMS COUNTY

  For repairs and upgrades......................... 638,355

  For planning and beginning

   renovation of Kent, Shapers

   and Elmore, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................ 810,165

  For constructing a bus and

   ambulance garage and other

   capital improvements............................ 265,605

  For improvements to various buildings

   and replacement of Fletcher Building

   to meet licensure standards, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,396,894

  To replace a chimney stack and ash handling

   system, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 113,170

STATEWIDE

  For the construction of a 200-bed

   veterans’ home facility, and other capital

   improvements in addition

   to funds previously appropriated............. 39,369,748

  For planning and beginning the

   Construction of a skilled care

   Veterans’ home, and other capital improvements 2,000,000

  For the construction of a 200-bed

   veterans’ home facility, and other capital

   improvements in addition

   to funds previously appropriated.............. 8,482,147

    Total                                       $53,402,432

 

    Section 135.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 135 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Office of the Attorney General for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ATTORNEY GENERAL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For replacing electronic ballasts, and

   other capital improvements...................... 762,165

  For replacing the roof, and other

   capital improvements............................. 44,824

    Total                                          $806,989

 

    Section 145.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations and reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 145 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CHICAGO

  For expanding and renovating the

   Bio-Safety 3 Laboratory for the

   Department of Public Health, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 160,356

ATTORNEY GENERAL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading the snow melt system at

   the Attorney General Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 66,116

  For upgrading environmental equipment

   and HVAC, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated - Archives Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 35,633

STATEWIDE

  For American with Disabilities Act

   (ADA) upgrades and other capital improvements 1,287,327

  For providing construction contingency and other

   capital improvements, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated......................... 439,710

  For all costs associated with

   a timekeeping and payroll system,

   including prior year costs, and other

   capital improvements............................ 301,122

  For emergencies and abatement of

   hazardous materials, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements.... 278,138

  For escalation costs for state

   facility projects, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and

   other capital improvements................... 10,711,278

  For escalation and emergencies for

   higher education projects, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements............... 22,778,646

  For improving energy efficiency, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 56,107

  For Emergency Repairs and Hazardous

   Material Abatement at State-Owned

   Facilities, State Universities, and

   Community Colleges............................... 61,685

  For the purposes of capital planning

   and condition assessment and analysis

   of State capital facilities, to be

   expended only upon the direction of

   the Director of the Governor’s Office

   of Management and Budget, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,326

  For abating hazardous materials, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 7,731

  For retrofitting or upgrading mechanized

   refrigeration equipment (CFCs),

   and other capital improvements.................. 384,100

  For surveys and modifications to buildings

   to meet requirements of the federal

   Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),

   and other capital improvements................... 21,797

  For retrofitting or upgrading mechanized

   refrigeration equipment (CFCs),

   and other capital improvements.................. 230,931

  For surveys and modifications to buildings

   to meet requirements of the federal

   Americans with Disabilities Act, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 52,282

  For upgrading and remediating

   aboveground and underground storage tanks,

   and other capital improvements.................. 536,260

  For surveys and modifications to

   buildings to meet requirements of the

   federal Americans with Disabilities

   Act, and other capital improvements.............. 81,823

  For surveys and modifications to buildings

   to meet requirements of the federal

   Americans with Disabilities Act, and

   other capital improvements....................... 31,148

    Total                                       $37,537,516

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $34,863, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 150 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Asbestos Abatement Fund to the Capital Development Board for surveying and abating asbestos-containing materials statewide, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 155.  The sum of $80,250, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 155 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Asbestos Abatement Fund to the Capital Development Board for asbestos surveys and emergency abatement in relation to asbestos abatement in state governmental buildings or higher education residential and auxiliary enterprise buildings, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $292,741,456, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 160 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants to school districts for school construction projects authorized by the School Construction Law, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $286,381, or so much of that amount as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 165 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Capital Development Board for Fiscal Year 2002 School Construction Program grant recipients, and other capital improvements as follows:

  Westmont Community Unit School District 201...... 286,381

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $18,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 185 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants to school districts for school improvement projects authorized by the School Construction Law, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 190.  The sum of $125,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 190 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for water resource management projects as authorized by subsection (g) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 195.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purposes in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 195 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Community College Board for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO

  For various bondable capital improvements........ 570,171

CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO/KENNEDY KING

  For remodeling for Workforce Preparation

   Centers....................................... 3,575,930

  For remodeling for a culinary arts

   educational facility......................... 10,875,000

CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO - MALCOLM X COLLEGE

  For remodeling the Allied Health

   program facilities............................ 4,298,223

COLLEGE OF DUPAGE

  For Installation of the

   Instructional Center Noise Abatement.......... 1,544,600

COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY

  For Construction of a Student

   Service Building............................. 35,273,957

ELGIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For a Public Safety Building................... 2,244,800

IECC – LINCOLN TRAIL COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Center for Technology.... 7,569,800

JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE

  For renovation of Utilities...................... 149,538

KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For constructing a laboratory/classroom

   facility........................................ 226,567

KASKASKIA COLLEGE

  For all costs associated with

   construction of new facilities as

   part of Phase Two of the Vandalia

   Campus........................................ 5,600,000

LAKE LAND COLLEGE

  For renovating and expanding

   Student Services Building Addition............ 1,588,732

  For Construction of a Rural

   Development Technology Center................. 7,524,100

  For Student Services Building addition......... 6,498,007

MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE

  For constructing classrooms and a

   student services building and remodeling

   space, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated.................................... 473,076

MORAINE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - PALOS HILLS

  For constructing a classroom/administration

   building, providing site improvements and

   purchasing equipment, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated.................... 41,635

PARKLAND COLLEGE

  For renovating and expanding

   the Student Services Center Addition............ 208,180

PRAIRIE STATE COLLEGE - CHICAGO HEIGHTS

  For costs associated with capital

   improvements at Prairie State College......... 2,532,530

  For constructing an addition to the Adult

   Training/Outreach Center, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................... 811,858

REND LAKE COLLEGE

  For Art Program Addition and minor remodeling..... 17,380

RICHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Renovation of the Student

   Success Center and Construction

   of an Addition to the Student

   Success Center................................ 3,158,468

ROCK VALLEY COLLEGE

  For Construction of an

   Arts Instructional Center and

   remodeling of existing classroom buildings... 25,579,887

SOUTH SUBURBAN COLLEGE

  For improving flood retention..................... 72,010

TRITON COMMUNITY COLLEGE - RIVER GROVE

  For renovating and expanding

   the Technology Building......................... 254,411

  For rehabilitating the Liberal Arts

   Building...................................... 1,536,546

  For rehabilitating the potable water

   distribution system.............................. 70,146

TRUMAN COLLEGE

  For costs associated with capital

   improvements.................................. 5,000,000

WILBUR WRIGHT COLLEGE

  For costs associated with capital

   improvements to the Humboldt Park

   Vocational Education Center

   at Wilbur Wright College...................... 5,000,000

WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE

  For Engineering and Technology

   Center Renovations.............................. 853,152

  For Construction of a One

   Stop/Admissions and Campus/

   Student Life Center.......................... 37,603,587

    Total                                      $170,752,291

 

    Section 205.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 205 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Community College Board for the Temporary Facility Replacement Program for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

COLLEGE OF DUPAGE

  For Temporary Facilities Replacement.......... 20,501,470

COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY

  For Construction of a Classroom Building

   at the Grayslake Campus...................... 16,429,468

IECC – LINCOLN TRAIL COLLEGE

  For Construction of an AC/Refrigeration

   and Sheet Metal Technology Building........... 1,495,500

IECC – OLNEY CENTRAL

  For Construction of the Collision

   Repair Technology Center........................ 111,307

IECC – WABASH VALLEY

  For Construction of a Student Center........... 4,029,400

ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE

  For Renovation and Additions to Dirksen Hall... 2,633,700

ILLINOIS VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Community Technology Center. 78,260

JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE

  For Temporary Facilities Replacement.............. 44,082

LAKE LAND COLLEGE

For repair, renovation, and miscellaneous

   capital improvements including construction,

   reconstruction, remodeling, improvement,

   repair and installation of capital facilities,

   costs of planning, supplies, equipment,

   materials, services, and all expenses on the

   Workforce Relocation Center, the Student

   Services Center, and other college buildings.

   This appropriation shall be in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................. 9,881,700

LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Daycare and Montessori... 1,490,093

  For Construction of an Engineering Annex....... 1,536,600

LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Renovations to Sangamon Hall South......... 2,991,200

MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Greenhouse................. 671,600

  For Construction of a Pumphouse.................. 115,900

OLIVE HARVEY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a New Building............. 7,370,474

PARKLAND COLLEGE

  For Construction of an Applied Technology Addition. 5,335

SPOON RIVER COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Multi-Purpose Building... 1,371,048

WAUBONSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  To Replace Building “A” Temporary Building..... 2,615,200

WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE

  To Replace the Hospitality Facility............ 3,944,800

    Total                                       $77,317,137

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $13,789,905, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 230 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for the Illinois Community College Board for miscellaneous capital improvements including construction, capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services and all other expenses required to complete work at the various higher education institutions.  This appropriated amount shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for such purposes.

 

    Section 240.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 240 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for miscellaneous capital improvements including construction, capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services and all other expenses required to complete work at the various higher education institutions. These appropriated amounts shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for such purposes.

  Chicago State University......................... 620,697

  Eastern Illinois University.................... 1,347,132

  Governors State University......................... 6,122

  Illinois State University...................... 1,912,562

  Northeastern Illinois University................. 681,477

  Northern Illinois University................... 1,681,006

  Western Illinois University...................... 212,806

  Southern Illinois University - Carbondale...... 3,222,906

  Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville...... 364,000

  University of Illinois - Chicago............... 7,481,260

  University of Illinois - Springfield............. 123,505

  University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign...... 6,011,045

    Total                                       $23,664,518

 

    Section 245.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 245 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for miscellaneous capital improvements, including construction, reconstruction, remodeling, improvement, repair, and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services, and all other expenses required to complete the work at the various colleges and universities as set forth below.  These appropriated amounts shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for these purposes.

  Chicago State University......................... 253,514

  Northeastern Illinois University................. 839,586

  Illinois Community College Board.............. 17,429,785

    Total                                       $18,522,885

 

    Section 255.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 255 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for miscellaneous capital improvements, including construction, reconstruction, remodeling, improvement, repair, and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services, and all other expenses required to complete the work at the various colleges and universities as set forth below.  These appropriated amounts shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for these purposes.

  Chicago State University......................... 119,814

  University of Illinois - Chicago................. 118,600

  University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign......... 92,037

  Illinois Community College Board.............. 21,891,493

    Total                                       $22,221,944

 

    Section 270.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remain unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from reappropriations heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 270 of Public Act 98-0675, are reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY

  For a grant for the construction

   of a Westside campus......................... 39,000,000

  For renovating Douglas Hall, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated..... 9,125,000

  For Construction of an Early

   Childhood Development Center.................. 2,267,040

  For Remediation of the Convocation

   Building, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated....................... 3,850,096

  For replacing primary electrical feeder cable.... 115,049

  For the construction of a conference

   Center, Daycare Facility,

   renovating Building K (Robinson

   Center) and Financial Outreach

   Building in addition to funds

   previously appropriated....................... 4,835,310

  For the construction of a day care facility.... 4,863,999

  For the construction of a student

   financial outreach building................... 4,718,864

  For constructing a new library facility,

   site improvements, utilities, and

   purchasing equipment, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................. 56,133

  For technology improvements and

   deferred maintenance............................. 81,400

  For remodeling Building K, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated.............. 5,725,069

  For planning and beginning to remodel

   Building K and improving site................... 384,133

  For upgrades and improvements to

   Electrical systems............................ 2,215,977

EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

  For remodeling of the HVAC in the

   Life Science Building and Coleman Hall........ 4,757,100

  For upgrading the electrical distribution system.. 59,282

  For renovating and expanding the

   Fine Arts Center, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated.................... 10,790

GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY

  For renovation of a Teaching/Learning

   Complex, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated......................... 327,821

  For replacing roadways and sidewalks............. 371,210

  For constructing addition and

   remodeling the teaching & learning complex,

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 953,987

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

  For renovations of the Fine Arts Complex...... 53,789,840

  For renovating Stevenson and Turner

   Halls for life/safety........................... 223,562

  For the upgrade and remodeling of

   Schroeder Hall................................ 1,869,102

  For remodeling Julian and Moulton Halls.......... 376,727

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

  For constructing an education building........ 71,189,611

  For renovating Building "C" and

   remodeling and expanding Building "E"

   and Building "F”.............................. 6,233,200

  For planning and beginning to remodel

   Buildings A, B and E............................ 126,409

  For remodeling in the Science Building

   to upgrade heating, ventilating and air

   conditioning systems.......................... 2,021,400

  For replacing fire alarm systems, lighting

   and ceilings.................................... 116,081

NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

  For the renovation of Cole Hall

   and expanding/renovating Stevens Building..... 1,510,130

  For renovating and expanding Stevens Building. 11,563,473

  For planning Computer Sciences

   Technology Center............................. 2,787,400

  For renovating the Founders Library

   basement, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated.................................... 626,578

  For planning a classroom building and

   developing site in Hoffman Estates............ 1,314,500

  For completing the construction of the

   Engineering Building, in addition to

   amounts previously appropriated for

   such purpose..................................... 12,488

  For renovating Altgeld Hall and purchasing

   equipment........................................ 94,434

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - EDWARDSVILLE

  For renovating and constructing

   a Science Laboratory, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated............. 18,660,749

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CARBONDALE

  For constructing a Transportation

   Education Center in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................. 2,318,022

  For planning and beginning Communications

   Building...................................... 2,551,666

  For renovating and constructing an

   addition to the Morris Library, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated........ 13,826

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO

  For upgrading the campus infrastructure

   and renovating campus buildings.............. 15,851,985

  Plan, construct, and equip the Chemical

   Sciences Building............................ 54,522,595

  For planning, construction and equipment

   for a chemical sciences building.............. 3,549,048

  To plan and begin construction of

   a medical imaging research/clinical facility..... 49,753

  For remodeling the Clinical Sciences Building.... 854,132

  For the renovation of the court area and

   Lecture Center, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated.......................... 54,793

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHAMPAIGN-URBANA

  For renovating Lincoln Hall in addition to funds

   previously appropriated....................... 8,543,155

  For constructing a Post Harvest

   Crop Processing and Research

   Laboratory in addition to funds

   previously appropriated...................... 15,243,579

  For constructing an Electrical

   and Computer Engineering Building,

   in addition to funds previously appropriated..... 78,544

  Expansion of Microelectronics Lab................. 41,764

  For planning, construction and equipment

   for a biotechnology genomic facility............ 434,265

  For planning, construction and equipment

   for a supercomputing application facility........ 88,416

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - SPRINGFIELD

  For renovation and construction

   of the Public Safety Building................. 3,679,104

WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - MACOMB

  For constructing a performing arts

   center in addition to funds

   previously appropriated...................... 66,257,977

  Plan and construct performing arts center........ 735,208

  For improvements to Memorial Hall................ 222,384

WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - QUAD CITIES

  For renovation and construction of a

   Riverfront Campus, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................. 5,545,568

  For the renovation and construction

   of a Riverfront Campus in addition to funds

   previously appropriated......................... 906,919

    Total                                      $437,776,647

 

    Section 280.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 280 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the project hereinafter enumerated:

EAST ST. LOUIS COLLEGE CENTER

  For construction of facilities, remodeling,

   site improvements, utilities and other

   costs necessary for adapting the former

   campus of Metropolitan Community College

   for a Community College Center and Southern

   Illinois University, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated....................... 1,724,313

 

    Section 310.  The sum of $39,159,784, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 310 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the development and improvement of educational, scientific, technical and vocational programs and facilities and the expansion of health and human services, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (c) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act.

 

    Section 315.  The sum of $94,083,967, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 315 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for educational purposes and other capital improvements by State universities and colleges, the Illinois Community College Board created by the Public Community College Act and for grants to public community colleges as authorized by Sections 5-11 and 5-12 of the Public Community College Act as authorized by subsection (a) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act.

 

    Section 325.  The sum of $2,376,501, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 325 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants to units of local government and other eligible entities for all costs associated with land acquisition, construction and rehabilitation projects, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 330.  The sum of $2,517,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 330 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for child care facilities, mental and public health facilities, and facilities for the care of disabled veterans and their spouses, and other capital improvements as authorized by subsection (d) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act.

 

    Section 335.  The sum of $74,748,808, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 335 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for correctional purposes at State prison and correctional centers, and other capital improvements as authorized by subsection (b) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act.

 

    Section 340.  The sum of $20,691,416, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 340 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for open spaces, recreational and conservation purposes and the protection of land and for deposits into the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund, and other capital improvements as authorized by subsection (c) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act.

 

    Section 345.  The sum of $4,632,951, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 345 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for child care facilities, mental and public health facilities, and facilities for the care of disabled veterans and their spouses, and other capital improvements as authorized by subsection (d) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act.

 

    Section 350.  The sum of $38,660,816, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 350 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for use by the State, its departments, authorities, public corporations, commissions and agencies, and other capital improvements as authorized by subsection (e) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act.

 

    Section 355.  The sum of $5,242,003, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 355 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for early childhood construction grants to school districts and not-for-profit providers of early childhood services for children ages birth to 5 years of age for construction or renovation of early childhood facilities, with priority given to projects located in those communities in this State with the greatest underserved population of young children, as identified by the Capital Development Board, in consultation with the State Board of Education, using census data and other reliable local early childhood service data, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 360.  The sum of $4,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from an appropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 360 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for a grant to Metropolitan Family Services for an early childhood center located in Gage Park, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 365.  The sum of $3,418,647, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 365 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the State Board of Education for grants to school districts for energy efficiency projects, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 370.  The sum of $75,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 14, Section 370 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Chicago Board of Education for costs associated with school renovation and construction for the purposes of providing vocational education, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 375.  This Article is not subject to limitations under Section 5 of Article 48 of Public Act 95-734 or any similar limitation.

 

    Section 380.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred for any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                      $1,828,263,125

 

ARTICLE 22

ILLINOIS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

    Section 5.  The sum of $6,815,483, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 15, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency for safety and security improvements at various public universities, private colleges or universities and community colleges or elementary or secondary schools, including prior year costs and reimbursements for prior incurred costs.

 

    Section 10.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred for any expenditures from appropriations in Section 5 of this Article until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $6,815,483

 

ARTICLE 23

ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

    Section 5.  The sum of $4,391,137, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 8, Section 5 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Illinois State Board of Education for school districts for maintenance projects authorized by School Construction Law.

 

    Section 10.  The amount of $40,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 13, Section 5 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the School Infrastructure Fund to the Illinois State Board of Education for grants to school districts, other than a school district organized under Article 34 of the School Code, for school maintenance projects.

 

    Section 15.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditures made from appropriations in this Article until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                         $44,391,137

 

ARTICLE 24

ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

    Section 15.  The sum of $25,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 16, Section 15 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Illinois State Board of Education for grants to school districts for school construction projects pursuant to 105 ILCS 5/2-3.146.

 

    Section 20.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditures made from appropriations in this Article until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                         $25,000,000

 

ARTICLE 26

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

    Section 5.  The sum of $500,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to units of local government for sewer systems and wastewater treatment facilities pursuant to rules defining the Water Pollution Control Revolving Loan program and for transfer of funds to establish reserve accounts, construction accounts or any other necessary funds or accounts in order to implement a leveraged loan program.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $300,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to units of local government and privately owned community water supplies for drinking water infrastructure projects pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended, and for transfer of funds to establish reserve accounts, construction accounts or any other necessary funds or accounts in order to implement a leveraged loan program.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for grants and contracts to address nonpoint source water quality issues.

 

  Section 20.  The sum of $100,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to local governments for stormwater and other nonpoint source infrastructure projects.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Water revolving Fund to the Environmental protection Agency for financial assistance for small community water supplies compliance grants.

 

    Total, this Article                       $ 920,000,000

 

ARTICLE 27

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

    Section 5.  The sum of $1,251,927,684, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made in Article 9, Section 5 of Public Act 99-0007 and Article 10, Section 5 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to units of local government for sewer systems and wastewater treatment facilities pursuant to rules defining the Water Pollution Control Revolving Loan program and for transfer of funds to establish reserve accounts, construction accounts or any other necessary funds or accounts in order to implement a leveraged loan program.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $632,906,236, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made in Article 9, Section 10 of Public Act 99-0007 and Article 10, Section 10 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is  reappropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to units of local government and privately owned community water supplies for drinking water infrastructure projects pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended, and for transfer of funds to establish reserve accounts, construction accounts or any other necessary funds or accounts in order to implement a leveraged loan program.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $43,000,260, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such propose in Article 10, Section 15, of Public Act 99-0007, is reappropriated from the Anti-Pollution Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for reimbursements to eligible owners/operators of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, including claims submitted in prior years and for costs associated with site remediation and grants and contracts associated with safe drinking water and water quality activities.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $6,440,420, or so much therefore as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 10, Section 30 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Anti-Pollution Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for grants or loans to units of local government for the planning, financing, and construction of municipal sewage treatment works and solid waste disposal facilities and for making of deposits into the Water Revolving Fund and for other purposes under subsection (a) of Section 6 of the General Obligation Bond Act including, but not limited to, a grant for the Spring valley Wastewater Treatment Plant.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $2,503,479, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 10, Section 20 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for the protection, preservation, restoration and conservation of environmental and natural resources, for deposits into the Water Revolving Fund, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (d) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $6,331,897, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in Article 10, Section 25 of Public Act 99-0007, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for the protection, preservation, restoration and conservation of environmental and natural resources, for deposits into the Water Revolving Fund, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (d) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State Agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 35.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred for any expenditure made in Sections 15 through 85 of this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                      $1,943,110,156

 

ARTICLE 28

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

    Section 5.  The sum of $4,488,099, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 20 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to municipalities with designated River Edge Redevelopment Zones for brownfields redevelopment in accordance with Section 58.13 of the Environmental Protection Act, including costs in prior years.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $2,506,388, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 30 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Anti-Pollution Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for grants to units of local government for wastewater facilities, pursuant to provisions of the "Anti-Pollution Bond Act".

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $6,037,578, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 50 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for deposit into the Hazardous Waste Fund for use pursuant to Section 22.2 of the Environmental Protection Act.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $4,776,725, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 60 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for financial assistance to municipalities with designated River Edge Redevelopment Zones for brownfields redevelopment in accordance with Section 58.13 of the Environmental Protection Act, including costs in prior years.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $35,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 65 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for grants to units of local government and privately owned community water supplies for sewer systems, wastewater treatment facilities and drinking water infrastructure projects.

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $2,016,749, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 90, and Article 19, Section 15 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for a green infrastructure financial assistance program to address water quality issues.

 

    Section 35.  The sum of $2,041,453, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 95 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Water Revolving Fund to the Environmental Protection Agency for a small community water supply financial assistance program to address compliance problems.

 

    Section 40.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from appropriations heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 20, Section 95 of Public Act 98-0675, is reappropriated from the Water revolving Fund to the Environmental protection Agency for financial assistance for small community water supplies compliance grants.

 

    Section 45.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred for any expenditure made in Sections 15 through 85 of this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                         $66,866,992

 

ARTICLE 29

ILLINOIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD

    Section 5.  The sum of $314,597, or so much thereof as may be necessary and remains unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 2016, from a reappropriation heretofore made for such purpose in a Public Act of the 99th General Assembly which reappropriated Article 23, Section 5 of Public Act 98-0675, as amended, is reappropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund for the Illinois Community College Board for remodeling of facilities for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.  This appropriated amount shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for these purposes.

 

    Section 10.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred for any expenditures from appropriations in Section 5 of this Article until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                            $314,597

 

ARTICLE 30

SECRETARY OF STATE

    Section 5.  The sum of $10,110,140, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Secretary of State for capital grants to public libraries for permanent improvements.

 

    Section 10.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                         $10,110,140

 

ARTICLE 31

CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES

    Section 10.  The amount of $298,543, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for infrastructure improvement, hardware and related costs.

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $6,718,639, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Central Management Services for the Illinois Century Network.

 

    Section 20.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $7,017,182

 

ARTICLE 32

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

    Section 5.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Port Development Revolving Loan Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans associated with the Port Development Revolving Loan Program pursuant to 30 ILCS 750/9-11.

 

    Section 7.  The sum of $10,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Uptown Theatre for costs associated with capital improvements.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $17,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the redevelopment of Brownfield sites.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $1,975,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the Illinois Renewable Fuels Development Act.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $1,052,757, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Illinois Medical District Commission for capital improvements, acquisition and development of land and structures, including previously incurred costs.

 

    Section 40.  The sum of $12,386,633, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant for the Illinois Science and Technology Park.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the Illinois Renewable Fuels Development Act.

 

    Section 50.  The sum of $5,500,001, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants associated with the redevelopment of brownfield sites.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $3,980,704, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $1,380,040, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8 or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 70.  The sum of $2,537,751, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $1,367,122, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 80.  The sum of $4,524,172, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 85.  The sum of $75,338,451, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the purpose of making grants and loans to local governments for planning, engineering, acquisition, construction, reconstruction, development, improvement and extension of the public infrastructure, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (a) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 90.  The sum of $2,200,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the purpose of fostering economic development and increased employment and the well being of the citizens of Illinois, and for any other purposes authorized in subsection (b) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 95.  The sum of $7,267,741, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for purposes authorized in subsection (c) of Section 4 of the Build Illinois Bond Act and for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 100.  The sum of $26,714,480, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for deposits into the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund and other purposes authorized by subsection (c) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 105.  The sum of $19,328,499, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to local governments for the acquisition, financing, architectural planning, development, alteration, installation, and construction of capital facilities consisting of buildings, structures, durable equipment, and land as authorized by subsection (l) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $8,750,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to local governments for the acquisition, financing, architectural planning, development, alteration, installation, and construction of capital facilities consisting of buildings, structures, durable equipment, and land as authorized by subsection (l) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $19,792,146, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants pursuant but not limited to Article 8, Article 9, or Article 10 of the Build Illinois Act.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $4,380,002, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants to local governments for capital improvements to civic centers for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

Quad Cities Metropolitan

  Exposition and Auditorium

  Authority.............................................. 0

Peoria Metropolitan Exposition

  Authority.............................................. 0

Springfield Metropolitan

  Exposition and Auditorium

  Authority.............................................. 0

Rockford Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 480,001

Will County Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority.............................................. 0

Aurora Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority.............................................. 0

Decatur Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority...................................... 2,100,000

Vermilion County Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 850,000

Collinsville Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 625,000

LaSalle County Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority........................................ 250,000

Quincy Metropolitan Exposition,

  Auditorium and Office Building

  Authority.............................................. 0

 

    Section 135.  The sum of $1,195,268, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Chicago Housing Authority for LeClaire Courts.

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $398,974,111, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants awarded under the Urban Weatherization Initiative Act.

 

    Section 156.  The sum of $3,414,314, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans including but not limited to broadband deployment to expand and strengthen existing broadband network infrastructure, health information technology, telemedicine, distance learning, and public safety.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $6,284,943, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants and loans for transportation electrification infrastructure projects; including, but not limited to grants and loans for the purpose of encouraging electric car manufacturing and infrastructure for electric vehicles.

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $15,080,745, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for infrastructure projects that lead directly to private sector expansion or retention activities including but not limited to public infrastructure construction and renovation, financing for the purchase of land and buildings, construction or renovation of fixed assets, site preparation and purchase of machinery and equipment.

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $5,500,623, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide loans and grants for the modification, alteration, or retrofitting of renewable fuel plants in Illinois in order to encourage the implementation of technologies that increase the overall efficiency of the renewable fuel production process or reduce the life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of the renewable fuel produced including, but not limited to: (i) improved water conservation; (ii) improved energy conservation; (iii) added value to bio-fuel co-products and bi-products; (iv) utilization of renewable energy resources; (v) utilization of fractionation; or (vi) utilization of cellulosic or other biomass conversion.

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $2,330,884, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the requirements necessary to leverage capital-related American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds of equal or greater value in order to make Illinois or Illinois applicants more competitive and/or for costs associated with bondable improvements to match federal, local, private or other funds.

 

    Section 190.  The sum of $125,591, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Phoenix Foundation of Southern Illinois for hospital renovation and equipment.

 

    Section 195.  The sum of $2,978,788, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for costs associated with the redevelopment of brownfield sites.

 

    Section 205.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Rockford District 205 for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

GREENTEK CARVER ACADEMY

  For the acquisition, construction,

   rehabilitation, renovation and

   equipping to a silver certification

   from the United States Green

   Building Council’s Leadership in

   Energy and Environmental Design

  Green Building Rating System........................... 0

CICS ROCKFORD CHARTER PATRIOTS CENTER

  For the acquisition, construction,

   rehabilitation, renovation...................... 500,000

SIGMA BETA LEADERSHIP SCHOOL

  For the acquisition, construction,

   rehabilitation, renovation.................... 1,000,000

    Total                                        $1,500,000

 

    Section 210.  The sum of $9,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for grants for acquisition, construction, renovation and equipping new charter schools, to a silver certification from the United States Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System as approximated below:

  For Instituto Del Progresso Latino............. 9,000,000

 

    Section 215.  The sum of $2,606,686, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide grants, loans, and other investments to emerging technology enterprises to support and encourage: (i) commercialization of technology based products and services; (ii) technology transfer projects involving the promotion of new or innovative technologies; or (iii) research and development projects to respond to unique, advanced technology projects and which foster the development of Illinois’ economy through the advancement of the State’s economic, scientific, and technological assets.

 

    Section 220.  The sum of $5,938,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to provide grants for land acquisition, infrastructure, equipment and other permissible capital expenditures to businesses that will encourage new investment and the creation or retention of jobs in economically depressed areas of the state.

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $3,301,210, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the University of Chicago Medical Center for costs associated with Provident Hospital.

 

    Section 250.  The sum of $2,084,459, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Community Health and Emergency Services, Inc. for the construction of a hospital wing at the Cairo Megaclinic.

 

    Section 260.  The sum of $1,125,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to the Cook County Health and Hospital System for costs associated with medical equipment and capital improvements at Provident Hospital.

 

    Section 290.  The sum of $143,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for support facilities, acquisition or improvements for Sugar Loaf and/or Fox Mounds or other properties within the Cahokia Mounds National Historic Landmark Boundary.

 

    Section 295.  This Article is not subject to limitations under Section 5 of Article 48 of Public Act 95-734 or any similar limitation.

 

    Section 300.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                        $708,059,121

 

ARTICLE 33

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

    Section 15.  The amount of $750,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Erie Neighborhood House.

 

    Section 20.  The amount of $338,579, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for a grant to Family Guidance Center.

 

    Section 30.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $1,088,579

 

ARTICLE 34

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    Section 5.  The sum of $37,171,844, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the non-federal cost share of a Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program to establish long-term contracts and permanent conservation easements in Illinois; to fund cost-share assistance to landowners to encourage approved conservation practices in environmentally sensitive and highly erodible areas of Illinois; and to fund the monitoring of long-term improvements of these conservation practices as required in the Memorandum of Agreement between the State of Illinois and the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $34,312,467, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for water development projects at the approximate cost set forth below:

  Ashland – Cass County – For

   construction of a flood

   control project to relieve flooding............ 101,324

  County Stormwater Improvements –

   For funding to assist County

   Stormwater Programs with

   implementation of flood relief

   projects........................................ 650,000

  Crystal Creek – Cook County –

   To design and construct multi-phase

Crystal Creek Flood Control Projects

   in Schiller Park and Franklin Park............. 567,903

  Des Plaines River Watershed - Lake

   and Cook County – For non-federal

   cost sharing requirements for the

   implementation of flood reduction

   measures..................................... 5,826,656

  East St. Louis Ecosystem and

   IFC - Madison & St. Clair

   Counties - For the non-federal

   funding to design and construct

   this multipurpose ecosystem project........... 1,200,000

  Flood Hazard Mitigation – Statewide –

   For cost sharing to acquire flood

   prone structures, to implement

   flood hazard mitigation plans, and

   to acquire mitigation sites

   associated with flood control projects...... 12,128,927

    Hickory/Spring Creek – Will County –

   For implementation of Hickory/Spring

   Creeks flood control project in

   cooperation with the City of Joliet.......... 11,641,657

  Village of Union – McHenry County -

   For the implementation of flood

   damage relief measures........................ 1,282,000

  Flood Control at 88th Ave&99th St –

   City of Palos Heights – Cook County.............. 71,000

  Urban Flood Control Projects –

   Statewide – to fund flood damage

   reduction projects in partnership

   with units of local government................. 843,000

    Total                                       $34,312,467

 

    Section 15.  The sum of $25,602,298, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for improvements needed at publicly-owned Dams for upgrading and rehabilitation of dams, spillways and supporting facilities, including dam removals and the required geotechnical investigations, preparation of plans and specifications, and the construction of the proposed rehabilitation to ensure reduced risk of injury to the public, and for needed repairs and improvements on and to waterways and infrastructure.

 

    Section 20.  The sum of $12,785,984, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for planning, design and construction of ecosystem rehabilitation, habitat restoration and associated development in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 

    Section 25.  The sum of $110,537,614, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for capital grants to parks or recreational units for permanent improvements.

 

    Section 30.  The sum of $16,491,806, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for capital grants to public museums for permanent improvements.

 

    Section 45.  The sum of $634,758, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Mud to Parks dredging Illinois rivers and sediment reuse.

 

    Section 50.  The sum of $7,034,360, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for improvements needed at publicly-owned Dams for upgrading and rehabilitation of dams, spillways and supporting facilities, including dam removals and the required geotechnical investigations, preparation of plans and specifications, and the construction of the proposed rehabilitation to ensure reduced risk of injury to the public, and for needed repairs and improvements on and to waterways and infrastructure.

 

    Section 55.  The sum of $2,525,823, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, maintenance, and improvement of boat access areas.

 

    Section 60.  The sum of $3,439,560, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, maintenance, and improvement of boat access areas.

 

    Section 65.  The sum of $366,743, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purposes of the Snowmobile Registration and Safety Act and for the administration and payment of grants to local governmental units for the construction, land acquisition, lease, maintenance and improvement of snowmobile trails and access areas.

 

    Section 70.  To the extent federal funds including reimbursements are available for such purposes, the sum of $4,770,931, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Boating Act Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for all costs for construction and development of facilities for transient, non-trailerable recreational boats, including grants for such purposes and authorized under the Boating Infrastructure Grant Program.

 

    Section 75.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from State Boating Act Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for boating purposes provided by the

   Department of Natural Resources including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies and all

   other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation............. $7,242,901

 

    Section 80.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from the State Parks Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided

   by the Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation............... $710,435

  For multiple use facilities and

   purposes provided by the

   Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation................ 244,857

 

    Section 81.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from the State Parks Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided

   by the Department of Natural Resources,

   including construction and development, all

   costs for supplies, materials, labor,

   land acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation............... $600,000

 

    Section 95.  The sum of $66,763, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for wildlife conservation and restoration plans and programs from federal and/or state funds provided for such purposes.

 

    Section 100.  To the extent federal funds including reimbursements are available for such purposes, the sum of  $1,251,994, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for construction and renovation of waste reception facilities for recreational boaters, including grants for such purposes authorized under the Clean Vessel Act.

 

  Section 105.  The sum of $36,712, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for planning, design and construction of ecosystem rehabilitation, habitat restoration and associated development in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 

    Section 110.  The sum of $853,104, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for planning, design and construction of ecosystem rehabilitation, habitat restoration and associated development in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

 

    Section 115.  The sum of $212,109, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources to acquire, protect and preserve open space and natural lands.

 

    Section 120.  The sum of $308,246, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the non-federal cost share of a Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program to establish long-term contracts and permanent conservation easements in Illinois; to fund cost-share assistance to landowners to encourage approved conservation practices in environmentally sensitive and highly erodible areas of Illinois; and to fund the monitoring of long term improvements of these conservation practices as required in the Memorandum of Agreement between the State of Illinois and the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

    Section 125.  The sum of $503,341, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for the acquisition of lands, buildings, and structures, including easements and other property interests, located in the 100-year floodplain in counties or portions of counties authorized to prepare stormwater management plans and for removing such buildings and structures and preparing the site for open space use.

 

    Section 130.  The sum of $8,079,294, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for water development projects at the approximate cost set forth below:

Flood Hazard Mitigation - For implementation

 of flood hazard mitigation plans, and

 acquisition of wetland and tree mitigation

 sites for state and local joint

 flood control projects in

 cooperation with federal agencies, state

 agencies, and units of local government,

 in various counties............................. 8,079,294

    Total                                        $8,079,294

 

FOR WATERWAY IMPROVEMENTS

    Section 135.  The sum of $8,266,636, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenditure by the Office of Water Resources for the following projects at the approximate costs set forth below:

Addison Creek Watershed - Cook

 and DuPage Counties................................ 10,000

Crisenberry Dam – Jackson County:

 For complete rehabilitation of the

 dam and spillway, including the

 required geotechnical investigation,

 the preparation of plans and

 specifications, and the construction

 of the proposed rehabilitation..................... 20,000

East St. Louis and Vicinity Flood Control -

 Madison and St. Clair Counties - For

 partial payment of the non-federal cost

 requirements of an interior flood protection

 project and ecosystem restoration at

East St. Louis and Vicinity area................... 350,000

Flood Mitigation - Disaster

 Declaration Areas.............................. 4,333,611

Fox Chain O'Lakes - Lake and McHenry

 Counties........................................ 1,239,571

Fox River Dams - Kane, Kendall

 and McHenry Counties.............................. 691,577

Prairie/Farmers Creek - Cook County............. 1,495,906

Village of Lemont – Flood Control Reservoir........ 100,000

Village of Bluffs – Flood Control Channel........... 20,971

Union - McHenry County............................... 5,000

    Total                                        $8,266,636

 

    Section 140.  The sum of $246,149, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the State Furbearer Fund for the conservation of fur bearing mammals in accordance with the provisions of Section 5/1.32 of the "Wildlife Code", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 145.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from Natural Areas Acquisition Fund:

  For the acquisition, preservation and

   stewardship of natural areas,

   including habitats for endangered and

   threatened species, high quality natural

   communities, wetlands and other areas

   with unique or unusual natural

   heritage qualities.......................... $24,335,808

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $111,596,269, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses connected with and to make grants to local governments as provided in the "Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development Act".

 

FOR STATE PHEASANT PROGRAM

    Section 155.  The sum of $2,545,229, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Pheasant Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the conservation of pheasants in accordance with the provisions of Section 5/1.31 of the "Wildlife Code", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $6,590,485, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Habitat Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the preservation and maintenance of high quality habitat lands in accordance with the provisions of the "Habitat Endowment Act", as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $2,468,400, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Habitat Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the preservation and maintenance of a high quality fish and wildlife habitat and to promote the heritage of outdoor sports in Illinois from revenue derived from the sale of Sportsmen Series license plates.

 

    Section 170.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Land and Water Recreation Fund:

  For Outdoor Recreation Programs.............. $15,842,375

 

    Section 175.  The sum of $2,204,970, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to units of local governments, not-for-profit organizations, and other groups to operate, maintain and acquire land for off-highway vehicle trails and parks as provided for in the Recreational Trails of Illinois Act, including administration, enforcement, planning and implementation of this Act.

 

    Section 180.  The sum of $1,432,515, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the acquisition, planning and development of land and long-term easements, and cost-shared natural resource management practices for ecosystem-based management of Illinois' natural resources, including grants for such purposes.

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $1,709,943, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Partners for Conservation Projects Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the acquisition, planning and development of land and long-term easements, and cost-shared natural resource management practices for ecosystem-based management of Illinois' natural resources, including grants for such purposes.

 

    Section 190.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, made either independently or in cooperation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof, any municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the State, or with any public or private corporation, organization, or individual, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for refunds and the purposes stated:

Payable from Federal Title IV Fire

 Protection Assistance Fund:

  For Rural Community Fire

   Protection Program.............................. 768,042

 

    Section 195.  The sum of $322,402, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Snowmobile Trail Establishment Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the administration and payment of grants to nonprofit snowmobile clubs and organizations for construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of snowmobile trails and areas for the use of snowmobiles.

 

    Section 200.  The sum of $5,290,838, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Forestry Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the payment of grants to timber growers for implementation of acceptable forestry management practices as provided in the "Illinois Forestry Development Act" as now or hereafter amended.

 

    Section 205.  The sum of $2,312,956, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Wildlife Preservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Purposes of the "Illinois Non-Game Wildlife Protection Act".

 

    Section 210.  To the extent Federal Funds including reimbursements are made available for such purposes, the sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois Forestry Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for Forest Stewardship Technical Assistance.

 

    Section 215.  The sum of $3,086,009, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the State Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of attracting waterfowl and improving public migratory waterfowl areas within the State.

 

FOR BIKEWAYS PROGRAMS

    Section 220.  The sum of $12,324,058, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to units of local government for the acquisition and development of bike paths.

 

    Section 225.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources:

Payable from the Park and Conservation Fund:

  For multiple use facilities and programs

   for park and trail purposes provided by

   the Department of Natural Resources, including

   construction and development, all costs

   for supplies, materials, labor, land

   acquisition, services, studies, and

   all other expenses required to comply with

   the intent of this appropriation.............. 5,767,533

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $509,741, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for multiple use facilities and programs for conservation purposes provided by the Department of Natural Resources, including repairing, maintaining, reconstructing, rehabilitating, replacing fixed assets, construction and development, marketing and promotions, all costs for supplies, materials, labor, land acquisition and its related costs, services, studies, and all other expenses required to comply with the intent of this appropriation.

 

    Section 235.  The sum of $7,076,138, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for land acquisition, development and maintenance of bike paths and all other related expenses connected with the acquisition, development and maintenance of bike paths.

 

    Section 240.  The sum of $1,031,707, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the Park and Conservation Fund for multiple use facilities and programs for conservation purposes provided by the Department of Natural Resources, including repairing, maintaining, reconstructing, rehabilitating, replacing fixed assets, construction and development, marketing and promotions, all costs for supplies, materials, labor, land acquisition and its related costs, services, studies, and all other expenses required to comply with the intent of this appropriation.

 

    Section 245.  The sum of $10,778,547, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the development and maintenance of recreational trails and trail-related projects authorized under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, provided such amount shall not exceed funds to be made available for such purposes from state or federal sources.

 

    Section 250.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the objects and purposes set forth below:

Payable from the Adeline Jay Geo-Karis Illinois Beach Marina Fund:

  For rehabilitation, reconstruction,

   repair, replacing, fixed assets,

   and improvement of facilities at

   North Point Marina at Winthrop Harbor......... 3,635,307

 

    Section 255.  The sum of $22,260,390, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources from the Abandoned Mined Lands Reclamation Council Federal Trust Fund for grants and contracts to conduct research, planning and construction to eliminate hazards created by abandoned mines, and any other expenses necessary for emergency response.

 

    Section 265.  The sum of $20,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for water resource management projects as authorized by subsection (g) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 270.  The sum of $1,808,144, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for grants to local governments for the acquisition, financing, architectural planning, development, alteration, installation, and construction of capital facilities consisting of buildings, structures, durable equipment, and land as authorized by subsection (l) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 275.  The sum of $22,545,912, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Illinois Open Land Trust Program as defined by the Illinois Open Land Trust Act as authorized by subsection (m) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act or for grants to State agencies for such purposes.

 

    Section 280.  The sum of $9,719,699, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the Open Land Trust Program.

 

    Section 285.  The sum of $4,501,300, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for upgrades to lodges, camps and campsites, including but not limited to previously incurred costs.

 

    Section 290.  The sum of $27,200,672, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Park and Conservation Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for construction and maintenance of State owned, leased, and managed sites.

 

    Section 300.  The sum of $1,545,949, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses of subgrantee payments.

 

    Section 305.  The sum of $11,746,068, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for (i) reallocation of Wildlife and Fish grant reimbursements, (ii) wildlife conservation and restoration plans and programs from federal and/or state funds provided for such purposes or (iii) both purposes.

 

    Section 310.  The sum of $2,758,907, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Wildlife and Fish Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for expenses of subgrantee payments.

 

    Section 315.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Natural Resources for capital grants to public museums for costs associated with construction and development.

 

    Section 320.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from an appropriation herein made in Sections 5 through 50, 105 through 135, and 265 through 285 of this Article until after the purpose and amount of such expenditure has been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                        $630,813,042

 

ARTICLE 35

DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS

    Section 5.  The sum of $66,823, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois National Guard Construction Fund to the Department of Military Affairs for land acquisition and construction of parking facilities at armories.

 

    Section 10.  The amount of $471,774, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Illinois National Guard Construction Fund to the Department of Military Affairs for all costs associated with the construction of Illinois National Guard facilities.

 

    Section 15.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditure made from any appropriation herein made in this Article until after the purpose and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                            $538,597

 

ARTICLE 36

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    Section 5.  The sum of $645,509, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Department of Public Health for grants associated with the Hospital Capital Investment Program.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $446,029, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Illinois Department of Public Health for the CLEAR-WIN Grant Program to correct lead based paint hazards in residential buildings.

 

    Section 15.  No contract shall be entered into or obligation incurred or any expenditures made from appropriations in this Article until after the purposes and amounts have been approved in writing by the Governor.

 

    Total, this Article                          $1,091,538

 

ARTICLE 37

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS

    Section 5.  The sum of $12,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for Permanent Improvements to Illinois Department of Transportation facilities, including but not limited to the purchase of land, construction, repair, alterations and improvements to maintenance and traffic facilities, district and central headquarters facilities, storage facilities, grounds, parking areas and facilities, fencing and underground drainage, including plans, specifications, utilities and fixed equipment installed and all costs and charges incident to the completion thereof at various locations.

 

HIGHWAYS

    Section 10.  The sum of $5,500,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for repair of damages by motorists to highway guardrails, fencing, lighting units, bridges, underpasses, signs, traffic signals, crash attenuators, landscaping, roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking facilities, sanitary facilities, maintenance facilities including salt storage buildings, vehicle weight enforcement facilities including scale houses, and other highway appurtenances, provided such amount shall not exceed funds to be made available from collections from claims filed by the Department to recover the costs of such damages.

 

GRADE CROSSING PROTECTION

    Section 15.  The sum of $39,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Grade Crossing Protection Fund to the Department of Transportation for the installation of grade crossing protection or grade separations at places where a public highway crosses a railroad at grade, as ordered by the Illinois Commerce Commission, as provided by law.

 

AERONAUTICS

AWARDS AND GRANTS

    Section 20.  The sum of $1,527,684, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for such purposes as are described in Sections 31 and 34 of the Illinois Aeronautics Act, as amended.

 

RAIL

    Section 25.  The sum of $5,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Department of Transportation for construction and all other costs relating to projects associated with high speed rail projects, provided such amounts not exceed funds made available by entities other than the federal government for this purpose.

 

    Total, This Article                         $63,027,684

 

ARTICLE 38

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD

    Section 5.  The sum of $13,575,524, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants and other capital improvements awarded under the Community Health Center Construction Act.

 

    Section 10.  The sum of $3,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants and other capital improvements to school-based health centers that are operated by a Community Health Center as defined in the federal Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 254b).

 

    Section 15.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Agriculture for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS - DUQUOIN

  For completing the upgrade of the

   electrical distribution system, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements ... 100,759

  For constructing a multi-purpose

   building, and other capital improvements......... 40,803

ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS - SPRINGFIELD

  For replacing the HVAC in

   the administration building,

   and other capital improvements................ 1,273,594

  For replacing roofing systems –

   Administration Building and

   Lower Roof, and other capital improvements...... 195,361

  Plan and begin electrical

   system replacement, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 2,016

  For replacement of water and sewer

   Service to various buildings, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 74,479

  For an airlock addition to Metrology

   (Weights and Measures) Lab, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,171

STATEWIDE

  For replacing roofs, and other

   capital improvements............................. 12,661

    Total                                        $1,714,844

 

    Section 20.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Courts of Illinois for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

SPRINGFIELD - SUPREME COURT BUILDING

Plan and begin renovation of

 Supreme Court

 Building, and other capital improvements.......... 275,476

  For renovating the HVAC system on

   the 3rd Floor, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 140,000

  For installing humidifier and water

   filtration systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 227,238

APPELLATE COURT SECOND DISTRICT - ELGIN

  For miscellaneous improvements.................... 60,520

    Total                                          $703,234

 

    Section 30.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Office of the Secretary of State for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CAPITOL COMPLEX - SPRINGFIELD

  Plan/begin upgrade of high voltage

   distribution system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 59,031

DRIVER SERVICES FACILITIES, NORTH, SOUTH AND

WEST - CHICAGO

  For HVAC upgrades, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 486,835

  To upgrade electrical systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 117,144

HOWLETT BUILDING- SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading the North Patio for

   public safety, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 12,823

  For replacing roofing

   systems, and other capital improvements.......... 10,079

ILLINOIS STATE LIBRARY- SPRINGFIELD

  For replacing the roofing

   system, and other capital improvements........... 35,326

MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES FACILITY - SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading the fire alarm and

   security systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 16,809

    Total                                          $738,047

 

  Section 35.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Office of the Secretary of State for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CAPITOL COMPLEX – SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading fire alarm systems in

   two buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................... $17,992

 

    Section 40.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Central Management Services for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

STATEWIDE

  For the renovation of state-owned

   property, and other capital improvements........ 102,339

  For renovating state owned

   property, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 880,521

  For upgrading the building security

   system at the James R. Thompson Center

   and the State of Illinois building

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 655,000

  For renovation of State-owned

   property at the following

   locations:  Kenneth Hall Regional

   Office Building, AIG (Franklin Complex)

   Building, James R. Thompson Center,

   Sangamo Complex (IEPA), Champaign Regional

   Office Building (IEPA), Springfield

   Regional Office Building, Natural

   Resource Center (DNR) and Read -

   Building (Elgin Mental Health Center),

   and other capital improvements................... 62,138

CHICAGO MEDICAL CENTER - OFFICE AND LAB BUILDING

  For installing an emergency generator

   and upgrading the electrical system.............. 97,956

  For planning and beginning the renovation

   of the facility, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 462,651

COLLINSVILLE REGIONAL OFFICE COMPLEX

  For replacing the roof and other capital          

    improvements................................. 1,012,947

  To replace an emergency generator,

   and other capital improvements.................. 180,811

ELGIN REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING

  For upgrading the HVAC

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 830,465

ILLINOIS CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND

EDUCATION (WOOD) - CHICAGO

  For upgrading fire and safety systems,

   and other capital improvements................... 27,113

JAMES R. THOMPSON CENTER - CHICAGO

  For the purpose of emergency stone

   repair at the

   James R. Thompson Center, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 1,980,286

  For planning and beginning

   electrical system and life safety

   system upgrades, and other

   capital improvements............................ 404,900

  For upgrading the HVAC

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 105,420

  For installing an emergency generator,

   and other capital improvements................ 3,545,000

  For rehabilitating exterior columns, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 11,692

  For upgrading mechanical systems, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements..... 27,341

KENNETH HALL REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING – EAST ST. LOUIS

  For design services for emergency parapet

   wall repairs, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 22,656

MEDICAL CENTER (DCFS DISTRICT OFFICE) - CHICAGO

  For replacing roof and upgrading

   mechanical and electrical systems, and other

   capital improvements............................ 321,956

MEDICAL CENTER (EDWARDS CENTER) - CHICAGO

  For medical center (Edwards Center), and other

   Capital improvements............................ 184,899

MICHAEL A. BILANDIC BUILDING, CHICAGO

  For upgrading HVAC and domestic water

   system, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 697,486

ROCKFORD REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING

  For replacing Halon and upgrading

   the air conditioning, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 162,614

SPRINGFIELD - RESEARCH AND COLLECTION CENTER

  For expanding surplus warehouse, and other

   Capital improvements............................. 73,584

SPRINGFIELD - COMPUTER FACILITY

  For upgrading the computer room and the

   electrical system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 23,421

SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING

  For emergency cooling tower replacement

   at 4500 S. Sixth Street Road, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 56,864

SUBURBAN NORTH REGIONAL OFFICE FACILITY, DES PLAINES

  For renovating office space, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 92,465

    Total                                       $12,022,525

 

    Section 45.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Central Management Services for the project hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND EDUCATION

(ROOSEVELT) – CHICAGO

  For upgrading the kitchen and plumbing, and

   other capital improvements..................... $185,838

 

    Section 50.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Natural Resources for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BABE WOODYARD STATE NATURAL AREA -

VERMILION COUNTY

  For developing the site and associated

   land acquisition, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 244,604

BIG RIVER STATE FOREST

  For ADA improvements, and other

   capital improvements............................ 191,122

BUFFALO ROCK STATE PARK – LASALLE COUNTY

  For replacing the septic system, and

   other capital improvements, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated........ 58,023

CARLYLE LAKE STATE PARKS

  For road and site improvements at

   Carlyle Lake, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,477,424

  For infrastructure and site

   improvements at Carlyle Lake, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 765,485

CARLYLE STATE FISH AND WILDLIFE AREA – FAYETTE COUNTY

  To replace Cox Bridge at Carlyle State

   Fish and Wildlife Area, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 550,000

FERNE CLYFFE STATE PARK - JOHNSON COUNTY

  For replacing the campground

   sewage treatment system, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 340,826

GIANT CITY STATE PARK - JACKSON COUNTY

  For replacing the sewer treatment

   system, and other capital improvements........... 36,503

GOOSE LAKE PRAIRIE NATURAL AREA - GRUNDY COUNTY

  For replacing floating boardwalk, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 24,604

HENNEPIN CANAL PARKWAY STATE PARK AND ACCESS AREA

  For rehabilitating/repairing railroad

   bridges, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 851,685

HORSESHOE LAKE CONSERVATION AREA - ALEXANDER COUNTY

  For dam rehabilitation and the State's share

   to implement the ecological restoration

   plan in cooperation with the U.S.

   Army Corps of Engineers, and

   land acquisition, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 842,605

I & M Canal - CHANNAHON – GRUNDY COUNTY

  For repair of the spillway, and

   other capital improvements, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................ 364,320

  For replacing Lock 14 Bridge, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,023

  For improving the DuPage River Spillway,

   and other capital improvements.................. 853,884

  For improving DuPage River Spillway,

   and other capital improvements.................... 2,172

ILLINOIS BEACH STATE PARK - LAKE COUNTY

  For stabilizing shoreline, and other

   capital improvements............................ 148,763

JAKE WOLF MEMORIAL FISH HATCHERY

  For replacing or upgrading

   electrical system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 33,008

MORAINE HILLS STATE PARK – MCHENRY COUNTY

  For replacing yellow-head marshy dam

   culverts, and other capital improvements........ 376,926

PERE MARQUETTE STATE PARK – JERSEY COUNTY

  For replacing lodge pool dehumidifier, and

   other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 234,633

  For design services to replace a lodge

   pool dehumidifier, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 7,689

PYRAMID STATE PARK

  For renovating the Galum building for a

   mine rescue station, and other

   capital improvements............................ 808,670

RED HILLS STATE PARK – LAWRENCE COUNTY

  For miscellaneous improvements.................... 44,740

RESEARCH & COLLECTIONS CENTER - SPRINGFIELD

  For renovating the interior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 17,796

ROCK CUT STATE PARK - WINNEBAGO COUNTY

  For rehabilitating water and sewer

   system, and other capital improvements........... 11,615

SILOAM SPRINGS STATE PARK – ADAMS COUNTY

  For rehabilitating office/service area,

   and other capital improvements................ 1,119,114

STEPHEN A. FORBES STATE PARK, MARION COUNTY

  For design services to replace dump and

   fish cleaning stations, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 22,794

WORLD SHOOTING COMPLEX – SPARTA

  For infrastructure and other

   capital improvements............................. 45,910

SPRINGFIELD

  For constructing an office building,

   interpretive center, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 166,153

WAYNE FITZGERRELL STATE RECREATION AREA

  For replacing roofs, and other

   capital improvements............................ 149,768

WHITE PINES FOREST STATE PARK - OGLE COUNTY

  For completing the replacement of the

   sewer system, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 10,907

WILDLIFE PRAIRIE PARK

  For rehabilitating the sewage

   treatment plant and other capital

   improvements, or a grant to

   Friends of Wildlife Prairie Park

   for the same purpose............................. 74,401

  For upgrading sewage treatment plant,

   and other capital improvements,

   or a grant to Friends of Wildlife

   Prairie Park for the same purpose............... 278,210

STATEWIDE

  For replacing/repairing the roofing systems,

   and other capital improvements................. 245,000

  For replacing/repairing the roofing systems,

   and other capital improvements.................. 115,267

  For rehabilitating dams and bridges,

   and other capital improvements.................. 116,946

  For constructing, replacing and

   renovating lodges and concession

   buildings, and other capital improvements....... 878,761

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 134,931

  For replacing and constructing vault

   Toilets, and other capital improvements......... 167,772

  For rehabilitating dams, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 25,034

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 206,925

  For replacing vault toilets, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 285,813

  For constructing hazardous material storage

   buildings, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 9,935

  For constructing vault toilets, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 137,897

  For planning, construction,

   reconstruction, land acquisition

   and related costs, utilities, site

   improvements, and all other expenses

   necessary for various capital

   improvements at parks, conservation

   areas, and other facilities under

   the jurisdiction of the Department

   of Natural Resources, and other

   capital improvements............................ 415,159

    Total                                       $12,908,817

 

    Section 55.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Natural Resources for the project hereinafter enumerated:

GOOSE LAKE PRAIRIE NATURAL AREA - GRUNDY COUNTY

  For rehabilitating visitor's center

   exterior, and other capital improvements........ $23,345

 

    Section 60.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Corrections for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CENTRALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 538,030

  For replacing the cooling tower, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 201,948

  To upgrade a sewage treatment plant, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 66,918

DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing the fire alarm

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 452,286

  For planning the upgrade and expansion

   of the medical care facility, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 24,127

GRAHAM CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For upgrading the mechanical system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 14,439

HARDIN COUNTY WORK CAMP

  To upgrade a sewage treatment plant, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 23,581

ILLINOIS RIVER CORRECTIONAL CENTER – CANTON

  For replacing domestic hot water

   heater, and other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 239,698

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - HARRISBURG

  For constructing a multi-purpose medical,

   vocational and confinement building and

   other improvements, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 322,181

  For utility upgrade, including gas

   and sewer, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 4,536,856

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES

  For constructing an R & C building

   and other capital improvements................... 61,222

JACKSONVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For upgrading the fire alarm

   system, and other capital improvements.......... 435,275

LINCOLN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For upgrading the building automation

   system, and other capital improvements........ 1,082,360

  For replacing doors and locks, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 31,592

LOGAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing housing unit

   roofs, and other capital improvements............ 45,732

  For planning and beginning the upgrade

   of the power plant, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 155,805

  For renovating the electrical

   distribution system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 67,033

  For constructing a medical building and

   dietary building, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 722,098

MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER - CHESTER

  For repairs and upgrades, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 7,122,329

  For replacing toilets and waste lines

   at E/W Cell house and upgrade North

   Cell house plumbing, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 364,351

  For renovation or replacement of the

   Old Hospital Building, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 35,574

  For planning and construction of the

   Administration Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,338

PONTIAC CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing doors and frames, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,620,000

SHAWNEE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing the emergency generator, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 44,867

SOUTHWESTERN CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing the roofing

   system, and other capital improvements........... 43,343

STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER - JOLIET

  For replacing the X

   House locks, and other capital improvements..... 492,288

  For the emergency compressor

   failure at Stateville RNC and

   other capital improvements...................... 823,801

  For replacing doors and locks, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 580,000

  For replacing windows in B House, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 8,603

  For replacing power plant and

   utility distribution system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 17,454

  For upgrading electrical system and elevator

   and installing HVAC system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 77,995

TAYLORVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing operators and main

   gates, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements................... 34,242

VANDALIA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For an emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements....................... 22,582

  For replacing roofing systems, and

   other capital improvements...................... 504,644

  For constructing a multi-purpose program

   building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 90,656

  For converting Administration Building and

   planning construction of an Administration/

   Health Care Unit and other capital

   improvements.................................... 308,406

  For replacement of roofing system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 37,409

VIENNA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For replacing windows, and

   other capital improvements...................... 175,857

  For replacing roofing systems, and

   other capital improvements....................... 23,987

  For replacing the cooler and freezer,

   and other capital improvements.................. 356,663

  For upgrading the power plant, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 20,234

  For upgrading the HVAC system and replacing

   water lines in six housing units,

   and other capital improvements.................. 324,862

  For emergency roof replacement on

   various buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 145,698

STATEWIDE

  For the purpose of funding all

   costs associated with constructing

   an X-House, and other capital improvements...... 822,598

  For the purpose of funding all costs

   associated with constructing a

   Centralized Medical and

   Long-Term Care Facility, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 4,175,151

  For replacing doors and locks, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,015,137

  For upgrading water towers, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,398,018

  For planning, design, construction, equipment

   and all other necessary costs for a

   security facility, and other capital

   improvements................................. 43,650,918

  For planning a security facility

   and land acquisition, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,629,428

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 86,007

  For replacing or upgrading security and

   monitoring systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 278,707

  For planning and replacing windows, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,226,942

  For replacing security fencing, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 219,364

  For planning, design, construction, equipment

   and all other necessary costs for a

   correctional center, and other capital

   improvements................................. 54,713,919

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 70,609

  For upgrading fire and safety systems, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and

   other capital improvements...................... 832,880

  For renovating Housing Units, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 270,000

  For renovating buildings, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 274,847

  For renovation of buildings, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 29,261

  For repair and replacement of roofing

   systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 10,221

    Total                                      $135,016,371

 

    Section 65.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Corrections for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BIG MUDDY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

  For replacing door locking controls

   and intercom systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,221,298

STATEVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER

  For installing fire alarm systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,600,000

    Total                                        $3,821,298

 

    Section 70.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER – KEWANEE

  For replacing the sprinkler system, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,727,798

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - PERE MARQUETTE

  For replacing roofs, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 4,612

ILLINOIS YOUTH CENTER - ST. CHARLES

  For upgrading HVAC system, and other

   capital improvements............................. 31,724

STATEWIDE

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements in addition to funds

   previously appropriated.......................... 26,089

    Total                                        $1,790,223

 

    Section 75.  The sum of $174,139, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Emergency Management Agency for costs associated with a new State Emergency Operations Center, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 80.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BLACK HAWK STATE HISTORIC SITE – ROCK ISLAND

  For renovating a retaining wall and two

   shelters, and other capital improvements ....... 179,432

CAHOKIA MOUNDS HISTORIC SITE - COLLINSVILLE

  For replacement of Monk's Mounds stairs

   and other capital improvements.................. 211,080

  For restoration of Monk's Mound

   and other capital improvements.................. 606,489

  For purchasing private land within historic

   site boundary and other capital improvements.... 189,979

  To create a new entrance around

   existing bronze artwork doors

   and other capital improvements................... 67,301

DANA THOMAS HOUSE STATE HISTORIC SITE

  To rehabilitate the interior and exterior, and

   other capital improvements

   at Dana Thomas House State Historic Site........ 555,421

JARROT MANSION STATE HISTORICAL SITE

  For restoring the mansion, site improvements

   and land acquisition, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,447,021

LINCOLN-HERNDON LAW OFFICE - SPRINGFIELD

  For purchase and restoration of the

   Tinsley Shop, and other capital improvements.... 915,727

LINCOLN LOG CABIN STATE HISTORIC SITE, COLES COUNTY

  To replace a sewer system at Historic Site, and

   other capital improvements....................... 11,918

LINCOLN'S TOMB/VIETNAM MEMORIAL - SPRINGFIELD

  For rehabilitating site and providing

   irrigation system, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 93,965

LINCOLN’S TOMB - SPRINGFIELD

  For renovating the interior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 44,746

LINCOLN'S NEW SALEM HISTORIC SITE - MENARD COUNTY

  For providing electrical at campgrounds,

   and other capital improvements.................. 110,444

OLD STATE CAPITOL - SPRINGFIELD

  For repairing elevators, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 387,464

UNION STATION - SPRINGFIELD

  For purchasing and rehabilitating, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 21,721

STATEWIDE

  For statewide ISTEA 21 Match, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 244,200

    Total                                        $5,086,908

 

    Section 82. The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

LINCOLN PRESIDENTIAL CENTER - SPRINGFIELD

  For constructing library and museum complex, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements............... $2,479,646

 

    Section 85.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

MT. PULASKI COURTHOUSE HISTORIC SITE - LOGAN COUNTY

  For rehabilitating interior & exterior,

   and other capital improvements................... 24,118

PULLMAN HISTORIC SITE

For all costs associated with the

   stabilization and restoration

   of the Pullman Historic Site,

   and other capital improvements.................. 600,005

    Total                                          $624,123

 

    Section 90.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Human Services for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ALTON MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - MADISON COUNTY

  For life/safety improvements, and other

   capital improvements............................. 15,141

  For renovating the Forensic Complex and

   constructing two building additions, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements................ 3,900,000

  For constructing two building additions

   at the Forensic Complex, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 5,078,900

CHESTER MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

  For completing the replacement

   of smoke and heat detectors,

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 440,000

  For upgrading HVAC systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 144,664

  For replacing smoke/heat detectors, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 37,133

CHICAGO-READ MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - CHICAGO

  For renovating Unit J-East for

   forensic use, and other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated.... 936,267

  For replacing the emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements...................... 186,910

CHOATE MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - ANNA

  For upgrading the fire alarm system, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,043,112

  For life/safety improvements, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 4,977,660

  For renovating Sycamore Hall, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 78,984

  For renovating Sycamore, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 3,872,847

ELGIN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - KANE COUNTY

  For converting the Read Building

   for office space, and other capital

   improvements, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................. 16,157

  For replacing power plant and engineering

   building, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 4,750,866

  For renovating the central dietary

   and kitchen, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 3,672,696

  For construction of roads, parking lots

   and street lights, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 133,664

FOX DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DWIGHT

  For upgrading fire/life safety systems, and

   other capital improvements...................... 224,168

  For replacing and repairing interior doors,

   flooring and walls, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 249,122

  For planning and beginning replacement

   of interior doors and flooring

   and repairing walls in the Main and

   Administration Buildings, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 35,888

ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF - JACKSONVILLE

  For replacing the roof on the main

   building and renovating the bathrooms

   in three dormitories, and other

   capital improvements............................ 507,698

  For installing sprinkler systems

   in the dormitories and elementary

   buildings, and other capital improvements..... 1,892,433

  For renovating the High School Building

   Phase II, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 135,066

  For renovating High School Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 96,859

ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED - JACKSONVILLE

  For replacing roofs, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 69,156

  For renovating auditorium, classroom

   and administration buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,026,155

  For renovating classrooms in Building 17,

   and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,250,724

  For renovations to the powerhouse,

   boilers and associated coal and ash

   equipment, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 37,501

  For renovating the power house, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 656,458

KILEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - WAUKEGAN

  For improving power reliability and

   installing emergency lighting, and

   other capital improvements in

   addition to funds previously appropriated....... 385,141

  For upgrading Building C ceiling, and

   other capital improvements...................... 131,982

  For converting the facility to natural

   gas, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 112,391

  For renovating homes, Phase II, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements................... 77,343

LUDEMAN DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - PARK FOREST

  For upgrading the electrical panel,

   and other capital improvements.................. 175,717

  For repairing and replacing furnaces and

   duct work, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 41,569

  For renovating residential and neighborhood

   homes, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 45,810

  For replacing plumbing, HVAC and

   boiler systems, and other capital improvements... 47,586

  For renovation of residential buildings,

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements..... 45,810

MABLEY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DIXON

  For replacing mechanicals and upgrading

   the fire alarm systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 38,440

MADDEN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - HINES

  For renovating residential pavilions, and

   other capital improvements

   in addition to funds previously appropriated..... 21,521

  For renovating pavilions and

   administration building for safety/

   security, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 99,556

  For renovating dietary, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 729,885

MCFARLAND MENTAL HEALTH CENTER - SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading fire alarm system, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,668,072

  For replacing roofs – Kennedy and

   Administration Building, and other

   capital improvements............................ 773,136

MURRAY DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - CENTRALIA

  For completing the renovation of

   the boiler house, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,991,120

SHAPIRO DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - KANKAKEE

  For replacing the sewer system in

   south campus, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,056,004

  For planning and beginning renovation

   of dietary, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 203,263

  For work necessary to remedy fire

   damper deficiencies, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 117,020

  For replacing water mains and valves,

   in addition to funds previously appropriated, and other capital improvements....................................... 210,015

STATEWIDE

  For replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 244,866

For replacing and repairing roofing

   systems, and other capital improvements.......... 35,240

  For replacing and repairing roofing

   systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 558,859

  For repairing or replacing roofs,

   and other capital improvements.................. 188,248

  For replacing and repairing roofing

   systems, and other capital improvements.......... 58,410

  For replacement of roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 118,670

  For completing various capital

   improvements.................................... 360,883

  For renovating residences, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 85,209

  For upgrading fire/life safety systems, and

   other capital improvements....................... 36,636

  For planning and beginning the renovation

   of the power house, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 37,297

  For various capital improvements,

   including planning and construction

   of transitional or residential homes,

   and other capital improvements................... 32,056

  For upgrading fire alarm systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 47,651

  For renovating dietary and stores, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 55,334

  For renovating mechanicals and

   residential areas, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 691,943

  For completing the upgrade of fire

   and life/safety issues, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated, and other

   capital improvements............................ 600,000

    Total                                       $49,588,912

 

    Section 95.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Human Services for the project hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF – JACKSONVILLE

  For replacing dorm doors, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,945,671

FOX DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER - DWIGHT

  For renovating the water treatment plant, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 678,331

STATEWIDE

  For upgrading the mechanicals in the

   power plant, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 45,582

  For repair and/or replacement of

   roofs, and other capital improvements............ 61,150

    Total                                        $2,730,734

 

    Section 100.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Medical District Commission for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ILLINOIS MEDICAL DISTRICT COMMISSION - CHICAGO

  For upgrading utility and infrastructure,

   in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements.... 412,685

  For upgrading core utilities, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 101,289

  For upgrading research center, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 346,714

    Total                                          $860,688

 

    Section 105.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Military Affairs for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

BLOOMINGTON ARMORY - McLEAN COUNTY

  For rehabilitating the mechanical/

   electrical systems and renovating

   the interior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 17,160

CAMP LINCOLN - SPRINGFIELD

  For construction of a military academy

   facility, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 39,188

ELGIN ARMORY - KANE COUNTY

  For upgrading the interior and

   exterior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 32,395

MACOMB ARMORY - McDONOUGH

  For replacing the mechanical and electrical

   systems and installing a kitchen, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 73,371

NORTH RIVERSIDE ARMORY

  For rehabilitating the interior and

   exterior, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 14,648

NORTHWEST ARMORY - CHICAGO

  For upgrading the electrical system, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 2,249,618

  For replacing the mechanical systems, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 46,187

SYCAMORE ARMORY

  For replacing the electrical system,

   renovating the interior and installing

   air conditioning, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 22,310

STATEWIDE

  For capital improvements to the

   Lincoln’s ChalleNGe Academy.................. 19,488,347

  For constructing an army aviation

   support facility, and other

   capital improvements.......................... 4,665,355

  To complete construction and

   Purchase equipment for the Shiloh,

   Mt. Vernon, and Carbondale Readiness

   Center, and other capital improvements.......... 213,399

    Total                                       $26,861,978

 

    Section 110.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Military Affairs for the project hereinafter enumerated:

LAWRENCEVILLE ARMORY

  For rehabilitating the exterior and

   replacing roofing systems, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 176,837

    Total                                          $176,837

 

    Section 115.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Revenue for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

WILLARD ICE BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For repairing emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements....................... 14,489

  For renovation of the parking ramp, and

   other capital improvements...................... 246,877

  For completing the upgrade of

   building management controls,

   in addition to funds

   previously appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 186,460

  For replacing the dock exhaust system,

   and other capital improvements.................. 172,722

  For upgrading building management

   Controls and other improvements,

   and other capital improvements................ 2,310,502

  For upgrading the plumbing system,

   and other capital improvements.................. 908,359

  For renovating the interior and

   upgrading HVAC and other improvements,

   and other capital improvements................ 2,722,058

    Total                                        $6,561,467

 

    Section 120.  The following named sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Revenue for the project hereinafter enumerated:

WILLARD ICE BUILDING – SPRINGFIELD

  For completing the upgrade of the

   Plumbing System, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 600,000

    Total                                          $600,000

 

    Section 125.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of State Police for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

AMERICAN GENERAL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For installing an emergency generator, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,123,747

METRO-EAST FORENSIC LAB - BELLEVILLE

  For constructing a new forensic

   lab in Belleville, and other capital

   improvements in addition

   to funds previously appropriated.............. 9,016,139

  For constructing new forensic lab, and other

   capital improvements in

   addition to funds previously appropriated........ 48,075

  For planning and beginning the

   construction of a Metro East

   forensic laboratory, and other capital

   improvements in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................... 340,109

EFFINGHAM DISTRICT 12

  For Effingham District 12 Firing Range,

   and other capital improvements................... 61,586

CHICAGO FORENSIC LABORATORY

  For planning and beginning the

   construction of an addition

   to the Chicago Forensic Laboratory, and

   other capital improvements.................... 1,129,393

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY

  For planning and design of the rehabilitation

   and site improvements of the Springfield

   Armory, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 352,523

STATE POLICE TRAINING ACADEMY - SPRINGFIELD

  For planning and beginning the

   construction of an addition to the

   CODIS Laboratory and other improvements,

   and other capital improvements.................. 277,750

ULLIN DISTRICT 22

  For emergency roof and interior and

   exterior repairs, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 71,651

STATEWIDE

  For replacing communications towers

   equipment and tower buildings, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 512,042

  For replacing radio communication towers,

   equipment buildings and installing emergency

   power generators and other capital

   improvements.................................... 250,000

    Total                                       $13,183,015

 

    Section 130.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Department of Veterans' Affairs for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ANNA VETERAN’S HOME

  To plan and begin the construction

   of a 40-50 bed addition, and other

   capital improvements.............................. 1,272

LASALLE VETERAN’S HOME – LASALLE COUNTY

  For the replacement of the galvanized water

   piping, and other capital improvements........... 87,600

MANTENO VETERANS' HOME - KANKAKEE COUNTY

  For replacing air conditioner chillers,

   and other capital improvements................... 26,537

  For replacing condensing units, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 11,138

  For upgrading or construction of roads

   and parking lots, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 28,785

  For planning and constructing additional

   storage and support areas, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 73,248

  For upgrading storm sewer, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 97,768

QUINCY VETERANS' HOME - ADAMS COUNTY

  For repairs and upgrades......................... 638,355

  For planning and beginning

   renovation of Kent, Shapers

   and Elmore, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated................ 810,165

  For constructing a bus and

   ambulance garage and other

   capital improvements............................ 265,605

  For improvements to various buildings

   and replacement of Fletcher Building

   to meet licensure standards, and other capital

   improvements.................................. 1,396,894

  To replace a chimney stack and ash handling

   system, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 113,170

STATEWIDE

  For the construction of a 200-bed

   veterans’ home facility, and other capital

   improvements in addition

   to funds previously appropriated............. 39,369,748

  For planning and beginning the

   Construction of a skilled care

   Veterans’ home, and other capital improvements 2,000,000

  For the construction of a 200-bed

   veterans’ home facility, and other capital

   improvements in addition

   to funds previously appropriated.............. 8,482,147

    Total                                       $53,402,432

 

    Section 135.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Office of the Attorney General for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

ATTORNEY GENERAL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For replacing electronic ballasts, and

   other capital improvements...................... 762,165

  For replacing the roof, and other

   capital improvements............................. 44,824

    Total                                          $806,989

 

    Section 145.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CHICAGO

  For expanding and renovating the

   Bio-Safety 3 Laboratory for the

   Department of Public Health, and other capital

   improvements.................................... 160,356

ATTORNEY GENERAL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD

  For upgrading the snow melt system at

   the Attorney General Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 66,116

  For upgrading environmental equipment

   and HVAC, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated - Archives Building, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 35,633

STATEWIDE

  For American with Disabilities Act

   (ADA) upgrades and other capital improvements 1,287,327

  For providing construction contingency and other

   capital improvements, in addition to funds

   previously appropriated......................... 439,710

  For all costs associated with

   a timekeeping and payroll system,

   including prior year costs, and other

   capital improvements............................ 301,122

  For emergencies and abatement of

   hazardous materials, in

   addition to funds previously

   appropriated, and other capital improvements.... 278,138

  For escalation costs for state

   facility projects, in addition

   to funds previously appropriated, and

   other capital improvements................... 10,711,278

  For escalation and emergencies for

   higher education projects, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated,

   and other capital improvements............... 22,778,646

  For improving energy efficiency, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 56,107

  For Emergency Repairs and Hazardous

   Material Abatement at State-Owned

   Facilities, State Universities, and

   Community Colleges............................... 61,685

  For the purposes of capital planning

   and condition assessment and analysis

   of State capital facilities, to be

   expended only upon the direction of

   the Director of the Governor’s Office

   of Management and Budget, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 15,326

  For abating hazardous materials, and other capital

   improvements...................................... 7,731

  For retrofitting or upgrading mechanized

   refrigeration equipment (CFCs),

   and other capital improvements.................. 384,100

  For surveys and modifications to buildings

   to meet requirements of the federal

   Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),

   and other capital improvements................... 21,797

  For retrofitting or upgrading mechanized

   refrigeration equipment (CFCs),

   and other capital improvements.................. 230,931

  For surveys and modifications to buildings

   to meet requirements of the federal

   Americans with Disabilities Act, and other capital

   improvements..................................... 52,282

  For upgrading and remediating

   aboveground and underground storage tanks,

   and other capital improvements.................. 536,260

  For surveys and modifications to

   buildings to meet requirements of the

   federal Americans with Disabilities

   Act, and other capital improvements.............. 81,823

  For surveys and modifications to buildings

   to meet requirements of the federal

   Americans with Disabilities Act, and

   other capital improvements....................... 31,148

    Total                                       $37,537,516

 

    Section 150.  The sum of $34,863, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Asbestos Abatement Fund to the Capital Development Board for surveying and abating asbestos-containing materials statewide, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 155.  The sum of $80,250, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Asbestos Abatement Fund to the Capital Development Board for asbestos surveys and emergency abatement in relation to asbestos abatement in state governmental buildings or higher education residential and auxiliary enterprise buildings, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 160.  The sum of $292,741,456, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants to school districts for school construction projects authorized by the School Construction Law, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 165.  The sum of $286,381, or so much of that amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Capital Development Board for Fiscal Year 2002 School Construction Program grant recipients, and other capital improvements as follows:

  Westmont Community Unit School District 201...... 286,381

 

    Section 185.  The sum of $18,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the School Construction Fund to the Capital Development Board for grants to school districts for school improvement projects authorized by the School Construction Law, and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 190.  The sum of $125,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for water resource management projects as authorized by subsection (g) of Section 3 of the General Obligation Bond Act and other capital improvements.

 

    Section 195.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Community College Board for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO

  For various bondable capital improvements........ 570,171

CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO/KENNEDY KING

  For remodeling for Workforce Preparation

   Centers....................................... 3,575,930

  For remodeling for a culinary arts

   educational facility......................... 10,875,000

CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO - MALCOLM X COLLEGE

  For remodeling the Allied Health

   program facilities............................ 4,298,223

COLLEGE OF DUPAGE

  For Installation of the

   Instructional Center Noise Abatement.......... 1,544,600

COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY

  For Construction of a Student

   Service Building............................. 35,273,957

ELGIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For a Public Safety Building................... 2,244,800

IECC – LINCOLN TRAIL COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Center for Technology.... 7,569,800

JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE

  For renovation of Utilities...................... 149,538

KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For constructing a laboratory/classroom

   facility........................................ 226,567

KASKASKIA COLLEGE

  For all costs associated with

   construction of new facilities as

   part of Phase Two of the Vandalia

   Campus........................................ 5,600,000

LAKE LAND COLLEGE

  For renovating and expanding

   Student Services Building Addition............ 1,588,732

  For Construction of a Rural

   Development Technology Center................. 7,524,100

  For Student Services Building addition......... 6,498,007

MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE

  For constructing classrooms and a

   student services building and remodeling

   space, in addition to funds previously

   appropriated.................................... 473,076

MORAINE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - PALOS HILLS

  For constructing a classroom/administration

   building, providing site improvements and

   purchasing equipment, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated.................... 41,635

PARKLAND COLLEGE

  For renovating and expanding

   the Student Services Center Addition............ 208,180

PRAIRIE STATE COLLEGE - CHICAGO HEIGHTS

  For costs associated with capital

   improvements at Prairie State College......... 2,532,530

  For constructing an addition to the Adult

   Training/Outreach Center, in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................... 811,858

REND LAKE COLLEGE

  For Art Program Addition and minor remodeling..... 17,380

RICHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Renovation of the Student

   Success Center and Construction

   of an Addition to the Student

   Success Center................................ 3,158,468

ROCK VALLEY COLLEGE

  For Construction of an

   Arts Instructional Center and

   remodeling of existing classroom buildings... 25,579,887

SOUTH SUBURBAN COLLEGE

  For improving flood retention..................... 72,010

TRITON COMMUNITY COLLEGE - RIVER GROVE

  For renovating and expanding

   the Technology Building......................... 254,411

  For rehabilitating the Liberal Arts

   Building...................................... 1,536,546

  For rehabilitating the potable water

   distribution system.............................. 70,146

TRUMAN COLLEGE

  For costs associated with capital

   improvements.................................. 5,000,000

WILBUR WRIGHT COLLEGE

  For costs associated with capital

   improvements to the Humboldt Park

   Vocational Education Center

   at Wilbur Wright College...................... 5,000,000

WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE

  For Engineering and Technology

   Center Renovations.............................. 853,152

  For Construction of a One

   Stop/Admissions and Campus/

   Student Life Center.......................... 37,603,587

    Total                                      $170,752,291

 

    Section 205.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Community College Board for the Temporary Facility Replacement Program for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

COLLEGE OF DUPAGE

  For Temporary Facilities Replacement.......... 20,501,470

COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY

  For Construction of a Classroom Building

   at the Grayslake Campus...................... 16,429,468

IECC – LINCOLN TRAIL COLLEGE

  For Construction of an AC/Refrigeration

   and Sheet Metal Technology Building........... 1,495,500

IECC – OLNEY CENTRAL

  For Construction of the Collision

   Repair Technology Center........................ 111,307

IECC – WABASH VALLEY

  For Construction of a Student Center........... 4,029,400

ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE

  For Renovation and Additions to Dirksen Hall... 2,633,700

ILLINOIS VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Community Technology Center. 78,260

JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE

  For Temporary Facilities Replacement.............. 44,082

LAKE LAND COLLEGE

For repair, renovation, and miscellaneous

   capital improvements including construction,

   reconstruction, remodeling, improvement,

   repair and installation of capital facilities,

   costs of planning, supplies, equipment,

   materials, services, and all expenses on the

   Workforce Relocation Center, the Student

   Services Center, and other college buildings.

   This appropriation shall be in addition to

   funds previously appropriated................. 9,881,700

LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Daycare and Montessori... 1,490,093

  For Construction of an Engineering Annex....... 1,536,600

LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  For Renovations to Sangamon Hall South......... 2,991,200

MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Greenhouse................. 671,600

  For Construction of a Pumphouse.................. 115,900

OLIVE HARVEY COLLEGE

  For Construction of a New Building............. 7,370,474

PARKLAND COLLEGE

  For Construction of an Applied Technology Addition. 5,335

SPOON RIVER COLLEGE

  For Construction of a Multi-Purpose Building... 1,371,048

WAUBONSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

  To Replace Building “A” Temporary Building..... 2,615,200

WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE

  To Replace the Hospitality Facility............ 3,944,800

    Total                                       $77,317,137

 

    Section 230.  The sum of $13,789,905, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for the Illinois Community College Board for miscellaneous capital improvements including construction, capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services and all other expenses required to complete work at the various higher education institutions.  This appropriated amount shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for such purposes.

 

    Section 240.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for miscellaneous capital improvements including construction, capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services and all other expenses required to complete work at the various higher education institutions. These appropriated amounts shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for such purposes.

  Chicago State University......................... 620,697

  Eastern Illinois University.................... 1,347,132

  Governors State University......................... 6,122

  Illinois State University...................... 1,912,562

  Northeastern Illinois University................. 681,477

  Northern Illinois University................... 1,681,006

  Western Illinois University...................... 212,806

  Southern Illinois University - Carbondale...... 3,222,906

  Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville...... 364,000

  University of Illinois - Chicago............... 7,481,260

  University of Illinois - Springfield............. 123,505

  University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign...... 6,011,045

    Total                                       $23,664,518

 

    Section 245.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for miscellaneous capital improvements, including construction, reconstruction, remodeling, improvement, repair, and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services, and all other expenses required to complete the work at the various colleges and universities as set forth below.  These appropriated amounts shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for these purposes.

  Chicago State University......................... 253,514

  Northeastern Illinois University................. 839,586

  Illinois Community College Board.............. 17,429,785

    Total                                       $18,522,885

 

    Section 255.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for miscellaneous capital improvements, including construction, reconstruction, remodeling, improvement, repair, and installation of capital facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services, and all other expenses required to complete the work at the various colleges and universities as set forth below.  These appropriated amounts shall be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be expended for these purposes.

  Chicago State University......................... 119,814

  University of Illinois - Chicago................. 118,600

  University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign......... 92,037

  Illinois Community College Board.............. 21,891,493

    Total                                       $22,221,944

 

    Section 270.  The following named sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are appropriated from the Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for the Illinois Board of Higher Education for the projects hereinafter enumerated:

CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY

  For a grant for the construction

   of a Westside campus......................... 39,000,000

  For renovating Douglas Hall, in

   addition to funds previously appropriated..... 9,125,000