CHAPTER 304

APPROPRIATION

FOR DELAYED AND ESSENTIAL REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

TO STATE SCHOOL BUILDINGS

AN ACT APPROPRIATING MONIES FOR DELAYED AND ESSENTIAL REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE TO AND OF STATE BOARD SCHOOLS AND SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND TO THE CITY OF WILMINGTON.

WHEREAS, the General Assembly of the State of Delaware at its regular session held in the year 1947 appropriated funds for the repairs and maintenance to the buildings and to certain institutions of the State and to the buildings and equipment in the School Districts of the State, for repairs which had been delayed due to the war emergency; and

WHEREAS, much of the work needed to be done to the school properties in the State has been accomplished but there are additional repairs that should be made as soon as practicable; and

WHEREAS, certain funds for the needed repairs and maintenance of school buildings remain unexpended out of the appropriation made by the General Assembly in 1947 but the funds so available are inadequate to complete the work of making necessary repairs as aforesaid, NOW, THEREFORE,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. That in addition to any other monies appropriated to the State Board Schools under the supervision of the State Board of Education, to the Special School Districts of the State and to the City of Wilmington, hereinafter referred to as agencies, and in addition to the regular appropriations to said agencies that may appear in the regular budget appropriation * bill for the biennium ending June 30, 1951, there is hereby appropriated an amount not to exceed the sum of One Million Seventy-

four Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars and Eighty-four Cents ($1,074,900.84) to and for the agencies and purposes herein set forth and in the respective amounts hereinafter provided:

STATE BOARD UNITS REQUIRED REPAIRS NEW CASTLE COUNTY

Arden #3

$ 764.00

Alfred I. du Pont #7

6,245.00

Richardson Park #20

15,965.00

Newport #21

4,966.00

Hockessin #29

4,968.00

Harmony #32

773.00

Mt. Pleasant #34

1,890.00

Stanton #38

4,917.00

Christiana #44

1,862.00

Rose Hill-Minquadale #47

16,401.00

Delaware City #52

1,899.00

Comm. MacDonough #53

13,070.00

Glasgow #56

1,146.00

Middletown #60

6,140.00

Odessa #61

2,870.00

Port Penn #63

828.00

Taylor's Bridge #66

1,231.00

Marshallton #77

3,269.00

Townsend #81

17,400.00

Yorklyn #91

1,647.00

Pleasant Valley #92

778.00

Eden #101

1,230.00

Oak Grove #130

5,780.00

Conrad #131

10,845.00

Newport #106c

3,010.00

Hockessin #107c

1,536.00

Marshallton #108c

640.00

Christiana #111c

312.00

Iron Hill #112c

1,240.00

Kirkwood-St. Georges #117c

83.00

Delaware City #118c

2,386.00

Mt. Pleasant #119c

1,078.00

Middletown #120c

14,600.00

Lee's Chapel #124c

1,159.00

Millsboro #23

Milton #8

17,275.75

8,642.70

Townsend #125c 43.00

Ebenezer #126c 908.00

Millside #132c 3,075.00

KENT COUNTY

Kenton #9 $ 2,195.00

Leipsic #11 815.00

Oak Point #20 515.00

Frederica #32 5,250.00

Farmington #39 802.00

Magnolia #50 100.00

Felton #54 6,340.00

Rose Valley #79 1,192.00

Cheswold #83 100.00

Little Creek #85 1,255.00

Wiley's #93 240.00

Hartly #96 1,645.00

Clayton #119 11,925.00

Houston #125 2,782.00

Clayton #136c 1,745.00

Kenton #140c 1,241.50

Lockwood #142c 740.12

Cheswold #143c 2,865.00

Fork Branch #145c 1,174.65

White Oak #146c 1,002.75

Parker's Chapel #153c 1,012.30

Woodside #154c 587.33

Mt. Olive #155c 1,021.85

Viola #156c 148.03

Union #158c 541.50

Reeves Crossing #159c 1,919.55

SUSSEX COUNTY

Cedar Neck #1 238.75

Lincoln #3 2,188.00

Lord Baltimore #28 13,226.00

Williamsville #30 668.50

Roxana #31 534.80

Selbyville #32 14,669.00

Stockley #34 1,298.75

Gumboro #37 3,760.00

Concord #58 52.50

Bridgeville #90 14,610.00

Greenwood #91 9,148.00

J. M. Clayton #97 11,679.00

Bethel #99 592.00

Ellendale #125 6,517.00

Delmar #163 31,686.00

Blades #172 2,750.00

Slaughter Neck #193c 5,133.00

Lincoln #194c 783.00

Ellendale #195c 496.50

Milton #196c 315.00

Drawbridge #197c 749.50

Nassau #198c 2,358.75

Rehoboth #200c 883.25

Rabbit's Ferry #201c 1,814.50

Friendship #202c 883.25

Warwick #203c 2,004.60

Millsboro #204c 108.85

Frankford #206c 3,342.00

Blackwater #207c 1,618.50

Selbyville #210c 706.70

Delmar #2121/2c 424.00

Owen's Corner #213c 1,189.00

Portsville #214c 1,876.50

Ross Point #215c 1,193.75

Concord #216c 3,328.00

Blocksom's #218c 544.25

Bridgeville #220c 3,418.50

Trinity #221c 807.00

Greenwood #222c 78.00

Hollyville #224c 740.75

Warwick #225c 1,337.00

Williamsville #226c 1,099.06

Nanticoke Indian (new building)

SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Alexis I. du Pont $ 6,589.00

Caesar Rodney 30,177.00

Claymont 16,473.00

Dover 52,520.00

Georgetown 15,660.00

Harrington 15,425.00

Laurel 63,315.00

Lewes 21,677.00

Milford 23,730.00

Mt. Pleasant 7,640.00

Newark 19,958.00

New Castle 24,112.00

Rehoboth 14,800.00

Seaford 22,960.00

Smyrna 24,855.00

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

IN WILMINGTON 283,630.00

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION--TO DEFRAY ALL COSTS OF SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THIS ACT

48,500.00

GRAND TOTAL $1,074,900.84

Section 2. The sums hereby appropriated shall not revert to the General Fund of the State Treasury at the end of any fiscal year but shall be available to the agencies herein provided for for carrying out the purposes hereof until the appropriation is fully expended.

Section 3. Authorization for delayed repairs shall be secured from the State Board of Education through the approval of contracts unless in the judgment of said State Board of Education a contract is unnecessary or unjustifiable, providing such contract does not exceed Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) for each school per year.

All contracts shall be accompanied by proof of possession of Workmen's Compensation and Public Liability Insurance.

Section 4. This Act shall be known as a Supplementary Appropriation Act, and the money hereby appropriated shall be paid by the State Treasurer, upon warrants of the proper officials of the agencies herein provided for drawn according to law, out of moneys deposited in the Farmers' Bank of the State of Delaware, at Dover, consisting of money received from the sale of bonds authorized by an Act of this 115th General Assembly, of the State of Delaware, entitled "AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE STATE OF DELAWARE TO BORROW A CERTAIN SUM OF MONEY FOR SUNDRY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND EXPENDITURES IN THE NATURE OF CAPITAL INVESTMENTS, AND TO ISSUE BONDS THEREFOR."

Approved June 29, 1949.