CHAPTER 165

AN ACT APPROPRIATING CERTAIN MONEYS TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING AND INSTALLING A SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT AT LORD BALTIMORE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 28 AT OCEAN VIEW, DELAWARE.

WHEREAS, under the existing conditions, effluent from the septic tanks of Lord Baltimore School District No 28 is discharged into an open ditch and ultimately into White Creek which is used by the public for wading and bathing and from which shellfish are taken; and

WHEREAS, an Engineering Report dated April 20, 1966, prepared by Whitman, Requardt and Associates recommended that the construction and installation of new sewage treatment facilities estimated to cost Thirty Nine Thousand Dollars ($39,000.00) as the most feasible method to eliminate this unsanitary condition; and

WHEREAS an appropriation was made in that amount; and

WHEREAS, the total project is expected to cost Eighty Four Thousand Two Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($84,225.00); and

WHEREAS, it is deemed in the public interest that additional funds to complete the construction and installation of the new sewage treatment facilities be appropriated ;

NOW THEREFORE,

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware:

Section 1. The sum of Twenty-two Thousand Dollars ($22,000.00) is appropriated to the State Board of Education for the purpose of constructing and installing new sewage treatment facilities at Lord Baltimore School District No. 28.

Section 3. The moneys hereby 'appropriated shall be paid from the General Fund of the State Treasury, from time to time, upon vouchers submitted by the State Board of Education.

Section 4. This Act shall be known is a Supplementary Appropriation Act and the moneys hereby appropriated shall be paid from the General Fund of the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, and any portion of the funds hereby appropriated remaining unexpended on July 1, 1968, shall revert to the General Fund.

Approved December 26, 1967.