1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 1752 as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:

1.4The sums shown in the column under "Appropriations" are appropriated from the
1.5bond proceeds fund, or another named fund, to the state agencies or officials indicated,
1.6to be spend for public purposes. Appropriations of bond proceeds must be spent as
1.7authorized by the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, section 5, paragraph (a), to acquire
1.8and better public land and buildings and other public improvements of a capital nature or
1.9as authorized by the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, section 5, paragraphs (b) to (j),
1.10or article XIV. Unless otherwise specified, money appropriated in this act for a capital
1.11program or project may be used to pay state agency staff costs that are attributed directly
1.12to the capital program or project in accordance with accounting policies adopted by the
1.13commissioner of management and budget. Unless otherwise specified, the appropriations
1.14in this act are available until the project is completed or abandoned subject to Minnesota
1.15Statutes, section 16A.642.
University of Minnesota
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
Natural Resources
Public Facilities Authority
Bond Sale Expenses
Bond Proceeds Fund (General Fund Debt Service)
State Transportation Fund

2.2To the Board of Regents of the University of
2.3Minnesota, to be spent in accordance with
2.4Minnesota Statutes, section 135A.046.

2.7To the Board of Trustees of the Minnesota
2.8State Colleges and Universities, to be spent
2.9in accordance with Minnesota Statutes,
2.10section 135A.046.

2.12To the commissioner of natural resources
2.13for the state share of flood hazard
2.14mitigation grants for publicly owned capital
2.15improvements to prevent or alleviate flood
2.16damage under Minnesota Statutes, section
2.17103F.161. Levee projects, to the extent
2.18practical, shall meet the state standard of
2.19three feet above the 100-year flood elevation.
2.20The commissioner shall determine project
2.21priorities as appropriate, based on need. To
2.22the extent that the cost of a project exceeds
2.23two percent of the median household income
2.24in the municipality multiplied by the number
2.25of households in the municipality, this
2.26appropriation is also for the local share of the

2.29To the commissioner of administration to
2.30design the repair and restoration of the State
2.31Capitol building, including preparation of
2.32design guidelines and a historic structures
3.1report, to conduct hazardous materials
3.2abatement, and to restore and improve the
3.3Capitol building. The work is limited to that
3.4necessary to restoring building integrity and
3.5structural soundness. This appropriation
3.6must not be used for furnishings or
3.7equipment unrelated to structural integrity
3.8and soundness. Minnesota Statutes, section
3.916B.35, does not apply to this section.
3.10Construction work must be sequenced
3.11so that the House and Senate chambers
3.12are inaccessible during no more than
3.13one even-numbered year session. This
3.14appropriation is available in the following
3.15amounts: $60,000,000 in each fiscal year
3.162013 to 2015 and $41,000,000 in fiscal
3.17year 2016. For the purposes of Minnesota
3.18Statutes, section 16A.642, the first day of
3.19the fiscal year in which an amount is first
3.20available, as provided in this paragraph, is
3.21the date the commissioner of management
3.22and budget shall use in place of the date of
3.23enactment of this section.

Subdivision 1.Total Appropriation
3.26This appropriation is to the commissioner of
3.27transportation for the purposes specified in
3.28this section.
Subd. 2.Local Bridge Replacement and
3.31This appropriation is from the bond proceeds
3.32account in the state transportation fund
3.33to match federal money and to replace
3.34or rehabilitate local deficient bridges as
3.35provided in Minnesota Statutes, section
4.1174.50. To the extent practicable, the
4.2commissioner shall expend the funds as
4.3provided under Minnesota Statutes, section
4.4174.50, subdivisions 6c and 7, paragraph (c).
4.5Political subdivisions may use grants made
4.6under this subdivision to construct or
4.7reconstruct bridges, including but not limited
4.9(1) matching federal aid grants to construct
4.10or reconstruct key bridges;
4.11(2) paying the costs of preliminary
4.12engineering and environmental studies
4.13authorized under Minnesota Statutes, section
4.14174.50, subdivision 6a;
4.15(3) paying the costs to abandon an existing
4.16bridge that is deficient and in need of
4.17replacement, but where no replacement will
4.18be made; and
4.19(4) paying the costs to construct a road
4.20or street to facilitate the abandonment
4.21of an existing bridge determined by
4.22the commissioner to be deficient, if the
4.23commissioner determines that construction
4.24of the road or street is more economical than
4.25replacement of the existing bridge.
Subd. 3.Local Road Improvements
4.27Approximately one-half of the appropriation
4.28is for construction and reconstruction of local
4.29roads with statewide or regional significance
4.30under Minnesota Statutes, section 174.52,
4.31subdivision 4, and one-half is for grants to
4.32counties to assist in paying the costs of rural
4.33road safety capital improvement projects on
5.1county state-aid highways under Minnesota
5.2Statutes, section 174.52, subdivision 4a.
5.3This appropriation is from the bond proceeds
5.4account in the state transportation fund as
5.5provided in Minnesota Statutes, section
Subd. 4.Railroad Warning Devices
5.9To design, construct, and equip the
5.10replacement of active highway rail grade
5.11crossing warning safety devices that have
5.12reached the end of their useful life.

5.14For grants to eligible municipalities under the
5.15wastewater infrastructure funding program
5.16under Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.072.

5.18To the commissioner of management
5.19and budget for bond sale expenses under
5.20Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.641,
5.21subdivision 8.

5.23    Subdivision 1. Bond proceeds fund. To provide the money appropriated in this act
5.24from the bond proceeds fund, the commissioner of management and budget shall sell and
5.25issue bonds of the state in an amount up to $333,933,000 in the manner, upon the terms,
5.26and with the effect prescribed by Minnesota Statutes, sections 16A.631 to 16A.675, and
5.27by the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, sections 4 to 7.
5.28    Subd. 2. Transportation fund. To provide the money appropriated in this act from
5.29the state transportation fund, the commissioner of management and budget shall sell and
5.30issue bonds of the state in an amount up to $100,000,000 in the manner, upon the terms,
5.31and with the effect prescribed by Minnesota Statutes, sections 16A.631 to 16A.675, and by
5.32the Minnesota Constitution, article XI, sections 4 to 7. The proceeds of the bonds, except
6.1accrued interest and any premium received on the sale of the bonds, must be credited to
6.2a bond proceeds account in the state transportation fund.

6.5    Subdivision 1. Grant program established; purpose. The transportation economic
6.6development infrastructure program is created to foster interagency coordination between
6.7the Departments of Transportation and Employment and Economic Development to
6.8finance infrastructure to create economic development opportunities, jobs, and improve all
6.9types of transportation systems statewide.
6.10    Subd. 2. Eligible projects. Funds appropriated for the program must be used to
6.11fund construction, reconstruction, and infrastructure improvements that will promote
6.12economic development, increase employment, and improve transportation systems to
6.13accommodate private investment and job creation.
6.14    Subd. 3. Trunk highway projects. Money in the program shall not be used on
6.15trunk highway improvements, but can be used for needed infrastructure improvements
6.16and nontrunk highway improvements in coordination with trunk highway improvement
6.17projects undertaken by the Department of Transportation.
6.18    Subd. 4. Application. The commissioners of transportation and employment and
6.19economic development shall design an application process and selection process to
6.20distribute funding to local units of government for publicly owned infrastructure using
6.21criteria that take into account: job creation; increase in local tax base; level of private
6.22investment; leverage of nonstate funds; improvement to the transportation system to serve
6.23the project area; and appropriate geographic balance between the metropolitan area and
6.24greater Minnesota.

6.25    Sec. 11. Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 462A.21, is amended by adding a
6.26subdivision to read:
6.27    Subd. 33. Housing infrastructure bonds account. The agency may establish a
6.28housing infrastructure bond account as a separate account within the housing development
6.29fund. Proceeds of housing infrastructure bonds and payments made by the state under
6.30section 462A.37 may be credited to the account. The agency may transfer the proceeds of
6.31housing infrastructure bonds to other accounts within the housing development fund that it
6.32determines appropriate to accomplish the purposes for which the bonds are authorized
6.33under section 462A.37.

7.3    Subdivision 1. Definitions. (a) For purposes of this section, the following terms
7.4have the meanings given.
7.5(b) "Abandoned property" has the meaning given in section 117.025, subdivision 5.
7.6(c) "Community land trust" means an entity that meets the requirements of section
7.7462A.31, subdivisions 1 and 2.
7.8(d) "Debt service" means the amount payable in any fiscal year of principal,
7.9premium, if any, and interest on housing infrastructure bonds and the fees, charges, and
7.10expenses related to the bonds.
7.11(e) "Foreclosed property" means residential property where foreclosure proceedings
7.12have been initiated or have been completed and title transferred or where title is transferred
7.13in lieu of foreclosure.
7.14(f) "Housing infrastructure bonds" means bonds issued by the agency under chapter
7.15462A that are qualified 501(c)(3) bonds, within the meaning of Section 145(a) of the
7.16Internal Revenue Code, or are tax-exempt bonds that are not private activity bonds, within
7.17the meaning of Section 141(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, for the purpose of financing
7.18or refinancing affordable housing authorized under this chapter.
7.19(g) "Internal Revenue Code" means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
7.20(h) "Supportive housing" means housing that is not time-limited and provides or
7.21coordinates with linkages to services necessary for residents to maintain housing stability
7.22and maximize opportunities for education and employment.
7.23    Subd. 2. Authorization. (a) The agency may issue up to $10,000,000 in aggregate
7.24principal amount of housing infrastructure bonds in one or more series to which the
7.25payment made under this section may be pledged. The housing infrastructure bonds
7.26authorized in this subdivision may be issued to fund loans, on terms and conditions the
7.27agency deems appropriate, made for one or more of the following purposes:
7.28(1) to finance the costs of the construction, acquisition, and rehabilitation of
7.29supportive housing for individuals and families who are without a permanent residence;
7.30(2) to finance the costs of the acquisition and rehabilitation of foreclosed or
7.31abandoned housing to be used for affordable rental housing and the costs of new
7.32construction of rental housing on abandoned or foreclosed property where the existing
7.33structures will be demolished or removed;
7.34(3) to finance that portion of the costs of acquisition of abandoned or foreclosed
7.35property that is attributable to the land to be leased by community land trusts to low-
7.36and moderate-income homebuyers; and
8.1(4) to finance the costs of acquisition and rehabilitation of federally assisted rental
8.2housing and for the refinancing of costs of the construction, acquisition, and rehabilitation
8.3of federally assisted rental housing, including providing funds to refund, in whole or in
8.4part, outstanding bonds previously issued by the agency or another governmental unit to
8.5finance or refinance such costs.
8.6(b) Among comparable proposals for permanent supportive housing, preference
8.7shall be given to permanent supportive housing for individuals or families who: (1) either
8.8have been without a permanent residence for at least 12 months or at least four times in
8.9the last three years; or (2) are at significant risk of lacking a permanent residence for 12
8.10months or at least four times in the last three years.
8.11    Subd. 3. No full faith and credit. The housing infrastructure bonds are not public
8.12debt of the state, and the full faith and credit and taxing powers of the state are not pledged
8.13to the payment of the housing infrastructure bonds or to any payment that the state agrees
8.14to make under this section. The bonds must contain a conspicuous statement to that effect.
8.15    Subd. 4. Appropriation; payment to agency or trustee. (a) The agency must
8.16certify annually to the commissioner of management and budget the actual amount of
8.17annual debt service on each series of bonds issued under subdivision 2.
8.18(b) Each July 15, beginning in 2013 and through 2035, if any housing infrastructure
8.19bonds issued under subdivision 2 remain outstanding, the commissioner of management
8.20and budget must transfer to the affordable housing bond account established under section
8.21462A.21, subdivision 33, the amount certified under paragraph (a), not to exceed $740,000
8.22annually. The amounts necessary to make the transfers are appropriated from the general
8.23fund to the commissioner of management and budget.
8.24(c) The agency may pledge to the payment of the housing infrastructure bonds the
8.25payments to be made by the state under this section.

8.26    Sec. 13. Laws 2006, chapter 258, section 7, subdivision 23, as amended by Laws 2010,
8.27chapter 399, section 2, is amended to read:
Subd. 23.Trail connections
8.29For matching grants under Minnesota
8.30Statutes, section 85.019, subdivision 4c.
8.31$500,000 is for a grant to Carlton County
8.32to predesign, design, and construct a
8.33nonmotorized pedestrian trail connection
8.34to the Willard Munger State Trail from the
9.1city of Carlton through the city of Scanlon
9.2continuing to the city of Cloquet, along the
9.3St. Louis River in Carlton County.
9.4$260,000 is to provide the state match for the
9.5cost of the Soo Line Multiuse Recreational
9.6Bridge project over marked Trunk Highway
9.7169 in Mille Lacs County.
9.8$175,000 is for a grant to the city of Bowlus
9.9in Morrison County to design, construct,
9.10furnish, and equip a trailhead center at the
9.11head of the Soo Line Recreational Trail.
9.12$125,000 is for a grant to Morrison
9.13County to predesign, design, construct,
9.14furnish, and equip a park-and-ride lot and
9.15restroom building adjacent to the Soo Line
9.16Recreational Trail at U.S. Highway 10.
9.17$950,000 is for a grant to the St. Louis
9.18and Lake Counties Regional Railroad
9.19Authority for land acquisition, engineering,
9.20construction, furnishing, and equipping of
9.21a 19-mile "Boundary Waters Connection"
9.22of the Mesabi Trail from Bearhead State
9.23Park to the International Wolf Center in
9.24Ely. This appropriation is contingent upon
9.25a matching contribution of $950,000 from
9.26other sources, public or private. segment of
9.27the Mesabi Trail from County Road 697 in
9.28Breitung Township east through Vermilion
9.29State Park. Notwithstanding Minnesota
9.30Statutes, section 85.019, no local match shall
9.31be required for this grant. Notwithstanding
9.32Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642, the
9.33bond authorization and appropriation of bond
9.34proceeds for this project are available until
9.35June 30, 2014.

10.1    Sec. 14. Laws 2006, chapter 258, section 17, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
Subd. 3.Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Transit
10.4To the Metropolitan Council or for a
10.5grant to Dakota County for environmental
10.6studies, preliminary engineering, bus
10.7lane improvements, and transit station
10.8construction and improvements in the Cedar
10.9Avenue Bus Rapid Transit Corridor.
10.10This appropriation may not be spent for
10.11capital improvements within a trunk highway

10.13    Sec. 15. Laws 2008, chapter 179, section 7, subdivision 27, as amended by Laws 2010,
10.14chapter 189, section 56, and Laws 2010, chapter 399, section 4, is amended to read:
Subd. 27.State Trail Acquisition,
Rehabilitation, and Development
10.17To acquire land for and to construct and
10.18renovate state trails under Minnesota
10.19Statutes, section 85.015.
10.20$970,000 is for the Chester Woods Trail
10.21from Rochester to Dover. Notwithstanding
10.22Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642, the
10.23bond authorization and appropriation of bond
10.24proceeds for this project are available until
10.25June 30, 2016.
10.26$700,000 is for the Casey Jones Trail.
10.27$750,000 is for the Gateway Trail, to replace
10.28an at-grade crossing of the Gateway Trail
10.29at Highway 120 with a grade-separated
10.31$1,600,000 is for the Gitchi-Gami Trail
10.32between Silver Bay and Tettegouche State
11.1$1,500,000 is for the Great River Ridge Trail
11.2from Plainview to Elgin to Eyota.
11.3$1,500,000 is for the Heartland Trail.
11.4$500,000 is for the Mill Towns Trail from
11.5Lake Byllesby Park to Cannon Falls.
11.6$150,000 is for the Mill Towns Trail within
11.7the city of Faribault.
11.8$1,500,000 is for the Minnesota River
11.9Trail from Appleton to Milan and to
11.10the Marsh Lake Dam. Notwithstanding
11.11Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642, the
11.12bond authorization and appropriation of bond
11.13proceeds for this project are available until
11.14December 30, 2014.
11.15$2,000,000 is for the Paul Bunyan Trail from
11.16Walker to Guthrie.
11.17$250,000 is for the Root River Trail from
11.18Preston to Forestville State Park.
11.19$100,000 is for the Root River Trail, the
11.20eastern extension.
11.21$250,000 is for the Root River Trail, the
11.22eastern extension Wagon Wheel.
11.23$550,000 is to connect the Stagecoach Trail
11.24with the Douglas Trail in Olmsted County.
11.25$3,000,000 is to rehabilitate state trails.
11.26For any project listed in this subdivision that
11.27the commissioner determines is not ready to
11.28proceed, the commissioner may allocate that
11.29project's money to another state trail project
11.30in this subdivision. The chairs of the house
11.31and senate committees with jurisdiction
11.32over environment and natural resources
12.1and legislators from the affected legislative
12.2districts must be notified of any changes.

12.3    Sec. 16. Laws 2008, chapter 179, section 17, subdivision 4, is amended to read:
Subd. 4.Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Transit
12.5To the Metropolitan Council or to the
12.6Council to grant to Dakota County, the
12.7Dakota County Regional Railroad Authority,
12.8or the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority to
12.9acquire land, or an interest in land, and to for
12.10design, environmental studies, preliminary
12.11engineering, bus lane improvements, layover
12.12and maintenance facilities, and transit station
12.13construction and improvements in the Cedar
12.14Avenue Bus Rapid Transit corridor in Dakota
12.15County. This appropriation may not be spent
12.16for capital improvements within a trunk
12.17highway right-of-way. This appropriation
12.18is added to the appropriation in Laws 2006,
12.19chapter 258, section 17, subdivision 3.

12.20    Sec. 17. Laws 2008, chapter 179, section 19, subdivision 4, as amended by Laws 2011,
12.21First Special Session chapter 12, section 34, is amended to read:
Subd. 4.Minneapolis Veterans Home Campus
Building 17 HVAC Replacement
12.24To predesign, design, and construct
12.25improvements to heating, ventilation, air
12.26conditioning, and lighting systems and
12.27associated areas serving the south wing of
12.28Building 17. Any unspent funds from this
12.29appropriation may be used for the purposes
12.30provided under Laws 2010, chapter 189,
12.31section 19, subdivision 4, as amended by
12.32Laws 2010, chapter 399, section 8, and
13.1Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12,
13.2section 46.

13.3    Sec. 18. Laws 2008, chapter 179, section 21, subdivision 15, as amended by Laws
13.42008, chapter 365, section 22, and Laws 2008, chapter 370, section 6, is amended to read:
Subd. 15. St. Cloud State University - National
Hockey Center; HEAPR
13.7To the Board of Trustees of the Minnesota
13.8State Colleges and Universities to predesign,
13.9design, construct, furnish, and equip the
13.10renovation of and addition to the National
13.11Hockey Center or for higher education asset
13.12preservation and replacement (HEAPR)
13.13pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section
13.14135A.046, at St. Cloud State University or
13.15systemwide. The board may use university
13.16and nonstate money for the remainder of
13.17the cost of the construction of the National
13.18Hockey Center project. Notwithstanding
13.19Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.642, the
13.20bond authorization and appropriation of bond
13.21proceeds in this subdivision are available
13.22until June 30, 2016.

13.23    Sec. 19. Laws 2009, chapter 93, article 1, section 12, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
Subd. 2.Transit Capital Improvement
13.26(a) To the Metropolitan Council. $8,500,000
13.27is for the state's share of costs for the Central
13.28Corridor light rail line for one or more of the
13.29following activities: preliminary engineering,
13.30final design, property acquisition, including
13.31improvements and betterments of a capital
13.32nature, relocation of utilities owned by public
13.33entities, and construction.
14.1(b) Any remaining money from this
14.2appropriation is to implement one or more of
14.3the following capital improvements, which
14.4are not listed in a ranked order of priority.
14.5The council shall determine project priorities
14.6after consultation with the Counties Transit
14.7Improvement Board, and other stakeholders,
14.8as appropriate. The council shall seek
14.9geographic balance in the allotment of this
14.10appropriation where possible and maximize
14.11the use of all available federal money from
14.12the American Recovery and Reinvestment
14.13Act of 2009, Public Law 111-5, and any
14.14other available federal money.
(1) Bottineau Boulevard Transit Way
14.16For a grant to the Hennepin County Regional
14.17Railroad Authority for environmental work
14.18for Bottineau Transit Way corridor from the
14.19Hiawatha light rail and Northstar intermodal
14.20transit station in downtown Minneapolis to
14.21the vicinity of the Target development in
14.22northern Brooklyn Park or the Arbor Lakes
14.23retail area in Maple Grove.
(2) Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Transit
14.25To the Metropolitan Council or to the
14.26Council for a grant to Dakota County, the
14.27Dakota County Regional Rail Railroad
14.28Authority, or the Minnesota Valley Transit
14.29Authority to acquire real property and
14.30construct, for preliminary engineering, and to
14.31design and construct transit stations, layover
14.32and maintenance facilities, and roadway
14.33improvements for shoulder running bus lanes
14.34on County State-Aid Highway 23 in Apple
14.35Valley and Lakeville for the Cedar Avenue
15.1Bus Rapid Transit Way (BRT) in Dakota
(3) I-94 Corridor Transit Way
15.4(i) For a grant to Washington County
15.5Regional Rail Authority for environmental
15.6work and preliminary engineering of
15.7transportation and transit improvements,
15.8including busways, park-and-rides, or rail
15.9transit, in the marked Interstate Highway 94
15.11(ii) To acquire property and construct
15.12transportation and transit improvements,
15.13including busways, park-and-rides, or rail
15.14transit, in the marked Interstate Highway 94
(4) Red Rock Corridor Transit Way
15.17To design, construct, and furnish
15.18park-and-ride lots for the Red Rock
15.19Corridor Transit Way between Hastings and
15.20Minneapolis via St. Paul, and any extension
15.21between Hastings and Red Wing.
(5) Riverview Corridor Transit Way
15.23For a grant to the Ramsey County Regional
15.24Railroad Authority for environmental work
15.25and preliminary engineering for bus rapid
15.26transit in the Riverview corridor between the
15.27east side of St. Paul and the Minneapolis-St.
15.28Paul International Airport and the Mall of
(6) Robert Street Corridor Transit Way
15.31To design and construct new passenger
15.32shelters and a bus layover facility, including
15.33rest rooms, break areas, and a passenger
16.1shelter, in the Robert Street Corridor Transit
16.2Way along or parallel to U.S. Highway
16.352 and Robert Street from within the city
16.4of St. Paul to Dakota County Road 42 in
(7) Rush Line Corridor Transit Way
16.7For a grant to the Ramsey County Regional
16.8Railroad Authority to acquire land for,
16.9design, and construct park-and-ride or
16.10park-and-pool lots located along the Rush
16.11Line Corridor along I-35E/I-35 and Highway
16.1261 from the Union Depot in downtown St.
16.13Paul to Hinckley.
(8) Southwest Corridor Transit Way
16.15To prepare an environmental impact
16.16statement (EIS) and for preliminary
16.17engineering for the Southwest Transit Way
16.18Corridor, from the Hiawatha light rail in
16.19downtown Minneapolis to the vicinity of the
16.20Southwest Station transit hub in Eden Prairie.
16.21The Metropolitan Council may grant a
16.22portion of this appropriation to the Hennepin
16.23County Regional Railroad Authority for the
16.24EIS work.
(9) Union Depot
16.26For a grant to the Ramsey County Regional
16.27Railroad Authority to acquire land and
16.28structures, to renovate structures, and
16.29for design, engineering, and construction
16.30to revitalize Union Depot for use as a
16.31multimodal transit center in St. Paul. The
16.32center must be designed so that it facilitates a
16.33potential future connection of high-speed rail
16.34to Minneapolis.
17.1(c) Of this amount, $313,000 is for
17.2preliminary engineering and final design for
17.3betterments in the State Capitol area related
17.4to the Central Corridor light rail transit
17.5project. This money is not included in the
17.6Central Corridor light rail transit project

17.8    Sec. 20. Laws 2010, chapter 189, section 18, subdivision 5, is amended to read:
Subd. 5.Minnesota Sex Offender Program
Treatment Facilities - Moose Lake
17.11To complete design for and to construct,
17.12furnish, and equip phase 2 of the Minnesota
17.13sex offender treatment program at Moose
17.14Lake. Upon substantial completion
17.15of this project, the unspent portion of
17.16this appropriation is available for asset
17.17preservation projects for the Moose Lake
17.18campus of the Minnesota sex offender
17.19program, including design and construction
17.20of a replacement water tower, abatement
17.21of hazardous materials, and the demolition
17.22of the existing water tower serving the
17.23Moose Lake sex offender program and the
17.24Department of Corrections Moose Lake
17.25facility. The water tower project must
17.26be cost-shared with the Department of

17.28    Sec. 21. Laws 2010, chapter 189, section 21, subdivision 4, as amended by Laws 2010,
17.29chapter 399, section 9, is amended to read:
Subd. 4.Redevelopment Account
17.31For purposes of the redevelopment account
17.32under Minnesota Statutes, sections 116J.571
17.33to 116J.575.
18.1$2,000,000 is for a grant to the city of Lake
18.2Elmo. $1,000,000 must be used to design
18.3and construct an expansion of the city's water
18.4pumping, storage, and distribution system
18.5to provide approximately 1,000 additional
18.6service hookups and replace a city well lost
18.7to contamination by perfluorochemicals
18.8(PFC's). $1,000,000 must be used to
18.9design and construct the extension of a
18.1016-inch sanitary sewer force main from
18.11the Metropolitan Council interceptor on
18.12Interstate Highway 94 to 30th Street to
18.13the proposed southern edge of the Lake
18.14Elmo Village area. This appropriation is
18.15not available until the commissioner has
18.16determined that at least an equal amount has
18.17been committed to the project from nonstate
18.19To the extent funds are available, up to
18.20$500,000 is for a grant to the city of Norwood
18.21Young America for public infrastructure
18.22improvements, expansion, and upgrades to
18.23the city wastewater collection and treatment
18.24system related to the location of a food
18.25manufacturing and processing facility within
18.26the city. This appropriation is not available
18.27until the commissioner has determined that
18.28at least an equal amount has been committed
18.29to the project from nonstate sources, and that
18.30the food manufacturer/processor has entered
18.31into an agreement to locate a facility in the
18.33Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes,
18.34section 16A.642, grant number
18.35RDGP-06-0007-0-FY07, awarded in
18.36September 2006 to the city of Tower from an
19.1appropriation to the redevelopment account
19.2in Laws 2005, chapter 20, article 1, section
19.323, subdivision 11, is available until June
19.430, 2013.

19.5    Sec. 22. Laws 2010, chapter 189, section 24, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
Subd. 3.County and Local Preservation
19.8To be allocated to county and local
19.9jurisdictions as matching money for historic
19.10preservation projects of a capital nature,
19.11as provided in Minnesota Statutes, section
19.12138.0525 .
19.13$150,000 is for a grant to the city of South St.
19.14Paul to renovate the historically significant
19.151941 Navy Hangar at 310 Airport Road at
19.16Fleming Field in the city to meet life safety
19.17and building code requirements, subject to
19.18Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.695. No
19.19local match is required for this grant.

19.20    Sec. 23. Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12, section 3, subdivision 7, is
19.21amended to read:
Subd. 7.Normandale Community College
Academic Partnership Center and Student
19.25To design, construct, furnish, and equip a
19.26new building for classrooms and offices and
19.27to design, construct, furnish, and equip the
19.28renovation of the Student Services Building.

19.29    Sec. 24. Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12, section 3, subdivision 8, is
19.30amended to read:
Subd. 8.NHED Mesabi Range Community
and Technical College, Virginia
Iron Range Engineering Program Facilities
20.2To predesign, design, construct, furnish,
20.3and equip an addition to and renovation of
20.4existing space for the Iron Range engineering
20.5program, including laboratory spaces, other
20.6learning spaces, and improvements to the
20.7entrance, and to acquire a privately owned
20.8housing facility on the campus.

20.9    Sec. 25. Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12, section 14, subdivision 2,
20.10is amended to read:
Subd. 2.Transit Capital Improvement
20.13To the Metropolitan Council or for the
20.14Council to grant to Anoka County Regional
20.15Railroad Authority, Dakota County, Dakota
20.16County Regional Railroad Authority,
20.17Hennepin County, Hennepin County
20.18Regional Railroad Authority, Minnesota
20.19Valley Transit Authority, Ramsey County
20.20Regional Railroad Authority, or Washington
20.21County Regional Railroad Authority to
20.22perform environmental studies, preliminary
20.23engineering, acquire property or an interest
20.24in property, design or construct transitway
20.25facilities and infrastructure, including
20.26roadways, for the following transitway
20.27projects: Northstar Ramsey station,
20.28Gateway (I-94 East) corridor, Minneapolis
20.29Interchange facility, Red Rock corridor,
20.30Newport park-and-ride and station, Rush
20.31Line corridor, Robert Street corridor, 35W
20.32South Bus Rapid Transit, and Cedar Avenue
20.33Bus Rapid Transit.

21.1    Sec. 26. Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12, section 19, is amended to read:
Wastewater Infrastructure Funding Program
21.4To the Public Facilities Authority for
21.5grants to eligible municipalities under the
21.6wastewater infrastructure funding program
21.7under Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.072.
21.8Notwithstanding the criteria and requirements
21.9of Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.072,
21.10up to $1,000,000 of this appropriation is for
21.11a grant to the city of Albert Lea to design,
21.12construct, and equip water and sewer utilities
21.13in the area of Broadway Avenue and Main
21.14Street. This project may include demolition
21.15of deteriorating concrete curbs, gutters,
21.16sidewalks, and streets above the utilities,
21.17and the construction costs to replace and
21.18rehabilitate the infrastructure.

21.19    Sec. 27. Laws 2011, First Special Session chapter 12, section 22, is amended to read:
21.20    Sec. 22. BOND SALE SCHEDULE.
21.21The commissioner of management and budget shall schedule the sale of state
21.22general obligation bonds so that, during the biennium ending June 30, 2013, no more than
21.23$1,200,858,000 $1,088,452,000 will need to be transferred from the general fund to the
21.24state bond fund to pay principal and interest due and to become due on outstanding state
21.25general obligation bonds. Of the amount transferred, $452,708,000 is from the general
21.26fund and $635,744,000 is from the tobacco settlement bond proceeds fund. During
21.27the biennium, before each sale of state general obligation bonds, the commissioner of
21.28management and budget shall calculate the amount of debt service payments needed on
21.29bonds previously issued and shall estimate the amount of debt service payments that will
21.30be needed on the bonds scheduled to be sold. The commissioner shall adjust the amount
21.31of bonds scheduled to be sold so as to remain within the limit set by this section. The
21.32amount needed to make the debt service payments is appropriated from the general fund
21.33as provided in Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.641.

22.2    Subdivision 1. Establishment. The Lake Superior-Poplar River Water District is
22.3created as a municipal corporation, having the powers provided under Minnesota Statutes,
22.4chapters 110A; 429, notwithstanding any provision of chapter 110A to the contrary; and
22.5444. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the district shall not have the power to issue
22.6general obligation bonds. Minnesota Statutes, sections 110A.04, 110A.07, and 110A.09 to
22.7110A.18, shall not apply to the district or to the board created by this act.
22.8    Subd. 2. Definitions. For purposes of applying Minnesota Statutes, chapter 110A,
22.9to this act, "works" and "systems" shall include irrigation purposes, "court" is deemed to
22.10refer to the board of county commissioners; and "secretary of state" is deemed to refer to
22.11the county auditor.
22.12    Subd. 3. Territory included in district. The territory of the district shall include
22.13all lands within Sections 20, 21, 28, 29, 32, and 33 of Township 60 North, Range 3 West
22.14of the Fourth Principal Meridian. Additional territory may be added as provided in
22.15Minnesota Statutes, sections 110A.19 to 110A.22.
22.16    Subd. 4. Payment of costs. No person shall be obligated to purchase or be entitled
22.17to receive water from the district unless that person is a party to a contract to purchase
22.18water from the district. Excluding any initial capital investment funded by the state, all
22.19capital and operating expenses of the district shall be paid by the users in proportion to
22.20their use of water. The cost of distribution lines: (1) departing from the main water pipe
22.21from Lake Superior to the domestic water treatment plant to any user; or (2) from the
22.22water treatment plant to any user, shall be paid for by the user of the water either at the
22.23time of installation or by user charges that allow the district to recoup the full cost of the
22.24distribution lines and the cost of financing. Subject to this subdivision and the availability
22.25of water under any applicable permit with a state or federal agency, any owner of land
22.26within the district may contract with the district for the purchase of water.
22.27    Subd. 5. Board of directors; elections. (a) The district shall be governed by a
22.28board of directors which shall have not less than three nor more than 13 members. The
22.29district's initial directors shall be appointed by the Cook County Board of Commissioners,
22.30with one director representing the domestic water users to serve for three years; up to two
22.31directors representing the irrigation water users, one to serve for two years and one to
22.32serve for three years; and up to two directors representing the commercial, stock watering,
22.33and industrial users, one to serve for one year and one to serve for two years.
23.1(b) The district's establishment shall take effect upon the Cook County Board of
23.2Commissioners' appointment of the initial directors. The initial directors shall meet for
23.3the purposes of organization within 30 days of their appointment. Thereafter, except
23.4as otherwise provided in this subdivision, directors shall be elected in accordance with
23.5Minnesota Statutes, section 110A.24, from election divisions comprised of domestic water
23.6users; irrigation water users, and commercial, stock watering, and industrial users. Each
23.7use classification shall be entitled to elect one director, plus one additional director if its
23.8expected water usage for the following fiscal year exceeds ten percent of total water
23.9usage. Each water user within each use classification shall be entitled to cast one vote for
23.10each one percent of expected water usage for the following fiscal year. A homeowner's
23.11association shall vote on behalf of its members if duly authorized by appropriate action by
23.12the association's members. Prior to each election, the board of directors shall determine
23.13the use classifications entitled to vote, the expected water use percentage of each user and
23.14of use classification for the following fiscal year, and the number of directors each such
23.15use classification is entitled to elect. The elections shall be conducted and supervised by
23.16the board of directors and ratified by the Cook County Board of Commissioners.
23.17    Subd. 6. Termination of appropriation of water from Poplar River.
23.18Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, 30 days after the works and systems to transport
23.19water from Lake Superior to Lutsen Mountains Corporation's snowmaking systems first
23.20become fully permitted and operational, the water district shall notify the commissioner of
23.21natural resources and all permits issued by the Department of Natural Resources to Lutsen
23.22Mountains Corporation to use or appropriate water from the Poplar River shall terminate.
23.23For the purposes of section 30, paragraph (b), the commissioner of natural resources shall
23.24notify the revisor of statutes in writing when the permits have been terminated.
23.25EFFECTIVE DATE; LOCAL APPROVAL.This section is effective the day after
23.26the governing body of Cook County and its chief clerical officer comply with Minnesota
23.27Statutes, section 645.021, subdivisions 2 and 3.

23.29The commissioner of natural resources shall acquire, without undue delay, the land
23.30or interests in land that are needed to construct a conveyance system and other betterments
23.31to accommodate the water level and outflow of water level from the Canisteo mine pit.
23.32The commissioner may acquire the land or interests in land by eminent domain, including
23.33use of the possession procedures under Minnesota Statutes, section 117.042.

24.1    Sec. 30. REPEALER.
24.2(a) Minnesota Rules, part 8895.0700, subpart 1, is repealed.
24.3(b) Laws 2011, chapter 107, section 101, is repealed effective the day the permits
24.4have been terminated under section 28, subdivision 6. The commissioner of natural
24.5resources shall notify the revisor of statutes in writing when the permits have been

24.7    Sec. 31. EFFECTIVE DATE.
24.8Except as otherwise provided, this act is effective the day following final enactment."