AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 345, VOLUME 52, DELAWARE LAWS, KNOWN AS THE SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAM ACT OF 1960, TO AUTHORIZE THE HARRINGTON SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TO EXPEND CERTAIN FUNDS RAISED PURSUANT TO SAID ACT.
WHEREAS, the school construction program for the Harrington Special School District heretofore approved by the State Board of Education pursuant to the School Building Program Act of 1960 has been substantially completed; and
WHEREAS, the bonds authorized by said Act for said school building program have been sold by both the State of Delaware and Harrington Special School District, and the proceeds thereof deposited in the 1960 School Construction Account of Harrington Special School District; and
WHEREAS, the Harrington Special School District will have certain funds remaining from the 1960 School Construction Program; and
WHEREAS, there is presently no auditorium or stage facilities in the Harrington Special School District and major repairs are needed in the heating system and the structure of the existing field house and cafeteria; and
WHEREAS, authority to expend the funds remaining for additional facilities and renovations needed in the Harrington Special School District would not make it necessary for the State and the District to sell additional bonds for such purpose;
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware (three-fourths of all the Members elected to each Branch concurring therein):
Section 1. The Harrington Special School District is here-by authorized to expend funds available under the 1960 School Building Program Act, being Chapter 345, Volume 52, Delaware Laws (of which sixty per cent is State funds and forty per cent is District funds), for the purpose of constructing and equipping a stage and dressing rooms as additions to the field house.
Section 2. Said expenditure shall be made in accordance with the procedure set forth in Chapter 345, Volume 52, Delaware Laws.
Section 3. The authority hereby granted in this Act shall expire on December 31, 1964.
Approved October 11, 1963.