1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 630, the first engrossment, as follows:
1.2Page 139, after line 10, insert:

1.3    "Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 123B.51, is amended by adding a
1.4subdivision to read:
1.5    Subd. 1a. School on landfill site; notice. (a) After July 1, 2013, no school may be
1.6constructed within one-quarter mile of a dump site or a closed landfill.
1.7(b) A school located within one-quarter mile of a dump site or a closed landfill must
1.8annually notify the parents of all students enrolled at the school and all employees who
1.9work at the school, by regular mail or other appropriate means no later than 60 days before
1.10the beginning of the school year, that the school is located within one-quarter mile of a
1.11dump site or a closed landfill. The notice must include a map drawn to scale depicting the
1.12school grounds and the dump site or closed landfill perimeter. The school must display a
1.13link to the notice and the map on the main home page of its Web site. The notice must
1.14also include the years of operation of the dump site or closed landfill, the volume and
1.15type of waste deposited in the dump site or closed landfill, any measures of the level of
1.16contamination of the soil, groundwater, or air, and any mitigating actions taken to reduce
1.17the level of risk to the environment and public health.
1.18(c) Paragraphs (a) and (b) do not apply if the Pollution Control Agency has:
1.19(1) reviewed all documents pertaining to the operation and closing of the dump site
1.20or closed landfill that describe the volume and type of waste deposited, any measures of
1.21the level of contamination of soil, groundwater, and air, and any mitigating actions taken
1.22by the school district to reduce the level of risk posed to the environment and public health;
1.23(2) required the school district to contract with an independent consultant to conduct
1.24sampling and testing if the agency determines that sampling and testing at the site are
1.25required to accurately assess the potential risks to public health;
2.1(3) reviewed the results of site sampling and testing conducted under clause (2) and
2.2presented the results and the agency's assessment of any potential risks to public health
2.3posed by the site at a public meeting convened by the school district; and
2.4(4) issued a written determination that, based upon the evidence developed and
2.5reviewed under this paragraph, the site poses no potential risks to public health, and, if the
2.6agency determines that mitigating actions are necessary to remove potential risks to public
2.7health, that the school district has successfully implemented those mitigating actions.
2.8    (d) For the purposes of this subdivision:
2.9(1) "dump site" means an unpermitted mixed municipal solid waste disposal
2.10site identified in the February 2001 Dump Assessment Study Report to the Minnesota
2.11legislature and any additional unpermitted dump sites listed on the Pollution Control
2.12Agency Potentially Contaminated Sites Web page, or a site known by a county solid waste
2.13officer to have been an unpermitted mixed-municipal solid waste disposal site;
2.14(2) "closed landfill" means a closed landfill site on the Pollution Control Agency
2.15Potentially Contaminated Sites Web page; and
2.16    (3) "school" means buildings and athletic fields used by students at a school as
2.17defined in section 120A.05, subdivisions 9, 11, 13, and 17."
2.18Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
2.19Amend the title accordingly