CHAPTER 223

FORMERLY

HOUSE BILL NO. 541

AS AMENDED BY HOUSE AMENDMENTS 2, 6, 8, 11 AND 12

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE STATE OF DELAWARE TO BORROW MONEY TO BE USED FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND EXPENDITURES IN THE NATURE OF CAPITAL INVESTMENTS AND TO ISSUE BONDS AND NOTES THEREFOR AND APPROPRIATING THE MONIES TO VARIOUS AGENCIES OF THE STATE AND TO BORROW MONEY TO BE USED FOR THE LOCAL SHARE OF SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS AND TO ISSUE BONDS AND NOTES THEREFOR AND APPROPRIATING THE MONIES TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ON BEHALF OF LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware (Three-fourths of all the Members elected to each Branch thereof concurring therein):

Section 1. There is appropriated to the agencies of this State set forth in Section 8 hereof the sum of $78,238,200 or so much thereof as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of this Act, which shall be used for the purposes set forth in Section 8, Section 9, Section 10, and Section 11 of this Act.

Section 2. There is appropriated to the State Board of Education for school construction purposes in the School Districts hereinafter set forth in Section 12 of this Act the sum of $1,628,600 constituting the sum total of local shares of school construction programs herein authorized for the financing of which such School Districts have not issued local school bonds.

Section 3. The funds appropriated by this Act may be used for the costs incidental to the uses set forth in Section 8, Section 9 and Section 11 of this Act, and are to include but not be limited to design, planning, land acquisition, acquisition of utility and service areas, construction, repairing, remodeling, equipping, landscaping, and inspection costs but are not to be used for ordinary or normal maintenance expense of highways, bridges or other properties except for that maintenance as outlined in Section 17 of this Act.

Section 4. None of the monies appropriated by this Act shall be expended before July 1, 1973. None of the monies appropriated by this Act shall be expended after June 30, 1976, on any of the individual projects authorized in the 1974 Annual Capital Projects Schedule unless such projects have progressed into any or all of the following phases prior to July 1, 1976: Initial Engineering, Planning, Procurement, Construction.

Section 5. The said sum of $78,238,200 or so much thereof as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of this Act, shall be borrowed by the issuance of bonds and bond anticipation notes upon the full faith and credit of the State of Delaware. Such bonds and notes shall be issued in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 74, Title 29, Delaware Code, and Chapter 75, Title 29, Delaware Code, where applicable. For purposes of identification, the bonds issued pursuant to this Authorization Act may be known, styled or referred to as "Capital Improvement Bonds of 1974".

Section 6. There is appropriated from the General Fund of the State such sums as may be necessary for the expenses incident to the issuance of the bonds and notes herein authorized, and such further sums as may be necessary to pay any interest which becomes due on such bonds and notes during the current fiscal year and such further sums as may be necessary for the repayment of the principal of any of the said bonds which become due during the current fiscal year. Vouchers for the payment of the expenses incident to the issuance of bonds and notes and for the interest and repayment of said notes shall be signed by the Secretary of State by and with the approval of the Issuing Officers. Any monies received from the premium and accrued interest on the sale of said bonds shall be deposited to the credit of the General Fund.

Section 7. The Budget Appropriation Bill which shall be enacted and approved by the General Assembly for the fiscal year next following the effective date of this Act and for each subsequent fiscal year or biennium, shall contain under the Debt Service item provisions for 'he payment of interest and principal maturities of the bonds (or notes which are not to be funded by the issuance of bonds) issued under the authority of this Act, and such of the revenues of the State of Delaware as are not prohibited by constitutional provisions or committed by preceding statutes for other purposes are hereby pledged for the redemption and cancellation of said bonds and payment of interest thereon.

Section 8. The monies appropriated herein, or so much thereof as is necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act, shall be expended by the following State agencies or their successors in the following amounts:

(a) Department of Administrative Services $18,000

(b) Budget Office

School Districts $743,400

Other State Agencies 256,600 1,000,000

() Department of Health and Social Services 4,830,000

(a) Department of Highways and Transportation 26,440,000

(b) National Guard 361,000

(c) Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control 6,360,000

(d) State Board of Education 18,482,200

(e) Department of Public Safety 671,000

(f) Department of State 60,000

(j) Delaware State College 3,150,000

(k) Delaware Technical and Community College 9,100,000

(1) University of Delaware 7,766,000

GRAND TOTAL $78,238,200

Section 9. The sum of $26,440,000 appropriated by Section 8(d) of this Act to the Department of Highways and Transportation for Highway construction and related construction purposes, shall he allocated by the Department of Highways and Transportation to the following Capital Improvement Programs:

(a) Corridor Program $11,100,000

(b) Non-Corridor Route Improvements Program 4,000,000

(c) Highway and Railway Crossing Safety Improvements 150,000

(d) TOPICS Program 100,000

(e) Intersection Improvements Program 75,000

(f) Traffic Signal Improvements Program 200,000

(g) Small Bridge Replacement and Repair 500,000

(h) Dirt Road Program 1,000,000

(i) Resurfacing Secondary Roads 800,000

(j) Suburban Streets Reconstruction Program 1,000,000

(k) Advance Planning and Engineering Program 300,000

(1) Suburban Drainage Program 500,000

(m) Transit Improvements Program 382,000

(n) Miscellaneous Projects 2,933,000

(o) Engineering and Contingencies 1,000,000

(p) Advance Right-of-Way Acquisition and P.E. 500,000

(q) Long Life Heavy Equipment 1,000,000

TOTAL $26,440,000

Section 10. The monies allocated in Section 9 of this Act shall be expended for highway construction or related purposes, but they shall not be used for office supplies or for Office equipment and furnishings. The monies authorized in Section 9 of this Act and termed (o) Engineering and Contingencies shall be accounted for by project . No monies allocated in Section 9 shall be used to finance the rehabilitation and resurfacing of roads by the "tar-and-chip" method. No new non-corridor projects will be considered until the previous year's priority list of non-corridor projects has been considered, completed or bids awarded.

Section 11. The sum of $18,482,200 appropriated by Section 8 (g) of this Act to the State Board of Education for school construction purposes or so much thereof as shall be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act, shall be allocated by the State Board of Education to the following named school districts according to the following tabulations of maximum totals and shares, or in the proportions represented by said maximum totals and shares:

Local State Total

Name of School District Share Share Cost

(a) Wilmington

Elementary School (Design) $250,000 $250,000 $500,000

Stubbs Cafeteria Renovations 40,000 60,000 100,000

Bayard Playground 95,000

Howard Career Center -0-

P.S. du Pont High School

(Planning of renovations -0-

142,500 237,500

975,000 975,000

85,000 85,000

Sub-total $385,000

(b) New Castle-Gunning Bedford

Manor Park Heating Plant $90,000

(c) Newark Glasgow Vo-Tech High School -0-

$1,512,500

$135,000

8,000,000

1,897,500

$225,000

8,000,000

Renovations - Central Jr. High,

   

Christiana-Salem Elementary, Leasure

Elementary, Newark High

   

School, District Storage 98,000

147,000

245,000

Ogletown Jr. High School 420,000

629,000

1,049,000

Sterck School - Design -0-

45,000

45,000

Sub-total $518,000

(d) Alfred I. du Pont

$8,821,000

$9,339,000

C. W. Bush School-Trainables $-0-

(e) Alexis I. du Pont

$100,000

$100,000

Middle School Renovations $150,000

(f) Kent Vo-Tech High School

$225,000

$375,000

New Campus Construction $-0-

$4,600,000

$4,600,000

Kitchen and Cafeteria -0-

39,000

39,000

Parking, lights, curbing -0-

83,000

83,000

Sub-total $-0-

(g) Appoquinimink

4,722,000

$4,722,000

Renovation Middletown

   

High School-Planning $-0-

(h) Caesar Rodney

$45,000

$45,000

Administrative Office $28,000

(i) Indian River

$41,000

$69,000

High School-Planning & Design $-0-

(j) State Board of Education

$215,000

$215,000

Minor Capital Improvements $932,600

$1,532,700

$2,465,300

School Building Maintenance -0-

733,000

733,000

Sub-total $932,600

(k) Capital

$2,265,700

$3,198,300

Construction & Equipping of Therapy Addition to

   
     

Orthopedic Facility for the

   

William Henry Middle School $-0-

$ 400,000

$ 400,000

GRAND TOTAL $ 2,103,600

$18,482,200

$20,585,800

Section 12. (a) The sum of $1,628,600 appropriated by Section 2 of this Act may be used for the costs of the purposes for which such local shares were authorized in the respective amounts allocated to each School District as follows:

NAME OF SCHOOL DISTRICT AMOUNT

(a) Newark

Renovations—Central Jr. High,

Christiana-Salem Elementary,

Leasure Elementary, Newark High School,

District Storage $ 98,000

Ogletown Jr, High School 420,000

(b) Alexis I. du Pont

Middle School Renovations 150,000

(c) Caesar Rodney

Administrative Office 28,000

(d) State Board of Education

Minor Capital Improvements 932,600

TOTAL $1,628,600

(b) The said sum of $1,628,600 or so much as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of Section 2 of this Act shall be borrowed by the issuance of bonds and bond anticipation notes upon the full faith and credit of the State of Delaware. Such bonds and notes shall be issued in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 74. Title 29, Delaware Code and Chapter 75, Title 29, Delaware Code where applicable but shall not be within any debt or other limitation of the State within the meaning of Subchapter II, Chapter 74, Title 29, Delaware Code.

(c) Any funds borrowed pursuant to Section 2 of this Act and remaining unexpended after the completion of the programs authorized by this Act and any funds borrowed for a school district pursuant to this Act and remaining unexpended because a project authorized by this Act is not timely undertaken, shall be deposited in a special account for that school district and appropriated against their future capital improvement bond requirements. Any funds that shall accrue to any school district in this State from the Treasury of the United States for building purposes shall be deposited in the State Treasury and shall be allocated by the State Board of Education to the School District for which the funds are appropriated. The said funds shall be in addition to any other local share and/or State share.

Section 13. The sums of money appropriated and allocated for school construction purposes pursuant to Section 8 and Section 11 of this Act shall be expended in accordance with the provisions of this Act, and Chapter 75, Title 29, Delaware Code.

Section 14. No money appropriated and allocated by this Act for school construction purposes pursuant to Section 11 of this Act shall be expended for educational supplies of an expendable nature which are consumed or materially changed as they are used; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall preclude the purchase of all educational supplies necessary for the initial operation of schools so built, altered or added to in accordance with the provisions of the School Construction Capital Improvements Act, being, Chapter 75, Title 29 of the Delaware Code.

Section 15. (a) In compliance with Section 7526 of Title 29, Delaware Code, the State Board of Education and the local school districts shall allocate such portions of the total appropriation for the total cost of any school construction authorized by Section 11 hereof as shall be necessary to provide for the customary audit function, but in no event, shall such allocation exceed one-half percent of such total cost. The State Auditor of Accounts shall be responsible for arranging the audit function in accordance with Section 2906 and Section 2907 of Title 29, Delaware Code.

(b) In compliance with Section 7526 of Title 29, Delaware Code, the State Board of Education and the local school districts shall allocate such portions of the total appropriation for the total cost of any school construction authorized by Section 11 hereof as shall be necessary to provide for the customary supervision (construction inspection services), but in no event shall such allocation exceed one percent of such total cost.

(c) In contracting for the supervision (construction inspection services) as prescribed in Section 15 (b) hereinabove, the State Board of Education shall give first preference to an experienced Delaware organization, able to, and offering to provide quality service on a "non-profit, at cost" basis, and in so contracting it shall not be subject to the bidding laws as prescribed by Chapter 69, Title 29, Delaware Code. If no such organization is able to or is willing to offer to perform such specialized service on such "non-profit, at cost" basis, then the State Board of Education may contract for such services with profit making organizations on a bid basis as prescribed by Chapter 69, Title 29, Delaware Code.

Section 16. Any funds borrowed pursuant to this Act and remaining unexpended after the completion of the programs authorized by this Act and any funds borrowed pursuant to this Act and remaining unexpended because a project authorized by this Act is not timely undertaken, shall be deposited in a special account and appropriated against future capital improvement bond requirements.

Section 17. (a) The sum of $1,532,700 appropriated by Section 11(j) of this Act to the State Board of Education for minor capital improvements to school buildings, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act, shall be paid by the State Board of Education to no local districts in the following amounts:

Name of School District

Local

Share

Maximum

State

Share

Maximum

Total

Cost

Alexis I. du Pont

 

$ 13,200

$ 19,900

$ 33,100

Alfred I. du Pont

 

14,200

21,300

35,500

Appoquinimink

 

21,600

32,600

54,100

Claymont

 

19,100

28,600

47,700

Conrad Area

 

55,200

82,900

138,100

De La Warr

 

29,400

44,100

73,500

John G. Leach

 

-0-

34,000

34,000

Marshallton-McKean

 

11,600

17,500

29,100

Mount Pleasant

 

8,400

12,600

21,000

New Castle-Gunning Bedford

 

100,200

150,200

250,400

Newark

 

299,200

448,700

747,900

Stanton

 

24,600

36,800

61,400

Wilmington

 

44,900

67,400

112,300

Caesar Rodney

 

13,200

19,900

33,100

Capital

 

63,300

95,000

158,300

Lake Forest

 

11,300

17,000

28,300

Milford

 

14,200

21,300

36,500

Smyrna

37,800

66,700

94,500

Cape Henlopen

8,700

13,100

21,800

Delmar

2,000

3,000

6,000

Indian River

16,500

24,700

41,200

Laurel

19,100

28,600

47,700

Seaford

24,200

36,400

60,600

Woodbridge

7,100

10,700

17,800

State Board of Educrttion

32,300

48,500

80,800

Kent Vocational

-0-

6,600

6,600

Sussex Vocational

-0-

12,000

12,000

Vocational Equipment

     

Appoquinimink

2,900

4,400

7,300

Claymont

5,000

7,500

12,500

Delmar

400

600

1,000

Indian River

1,000

1,600

2,600

Kent County Vo-Tech

 

67,600

67,600

Milford

5,900

8,800

14,700

New Castle-Gunning Bedford

4,000

6,000

10,000

Newark

9,900

14,900

24,800

Sussex County Vo-Tech

-0----

13,000

13,000

Wilmington

12,200

18,300

30,500

TOTAL

$932,600

$1,532,700

$2,465,300

(b) The State Board shall in no case pay more toward the completion of the minor capital improvements and repairs for each school district as herein contemplated, than the total amounts designated as "Maximum State Share", nor less than sixty percent of the final actual total costs when such total costs are less than the "Maximum Total Cost" herein designated. As is customary in the case of 100% State supported schools, 100% of the funds herein contemplated for such schools, shall be wholly provided by the State.

(c) The State Board shall establish criteria for the types of minor capital improvements which it will approve under this section. The State Board shall pay local districts only for the actual expenses of repairs and replacements of a capital nature which shall include but not be limited to the rebuilding or major repair of roofs, floors, heating systems, painting, electrical, and plumbing or water systems and facilities. The State Board shall in any case, pay only 60 percent of the total costs of such minor capital improvements.

(d) Before any minor capital improvements or repairs of a capital nature authorized by this section are undertaken by any school district, the school district shall send a request to the State Board of Education which request shall itemize the improvements or repairs needed and show the estimated cost of each item. The State Board, using the criteria established pursuant to subsection (c) of this section, shall decide as to the right of payment to the local school district and show the estimated cost of each item.

(e) In order to determine the right of payment to the school district under this section, the State Board, or its designated representative, shall:

(i) inspect the building or buildings to determine that the minor capital improvements requested by the school district are needed and are in accordance with the criteria established pursuant to subsection (c) of this section;

(ii) provide necessary help to the school district for letting of bids on the repairs or replacements meeting the aforesaid criteria;

() inspect the improvements upon completion to determine that all specifications have been met and that the work and materials used are of acceptable quality; and

(i) pay the State's share of the cost of the improvements or repairs made by the school district in accordance with the provisions of this section after the improvements or repairs are accepted as meeting all specifications as to workmanship and materials.

(f) The State Board of Education shall, if and when the criteria established in this section are met, pay the school district for the school building improvement, except that the amount paid to each school district shall not be in excess of 60 percent of the total cost.

(g) Any school district may levy and collect a tax to pay their 40 percent share of the cost of the minor capital improvements authorized by this section. Such taxes shall be collected by local taxation within the school district according to the provisions set forth in Chapter 19, Title 14, of the Delaware Code.

(h) Any school district, as an alternate to the levy and collection of a tax to pay its 40 percent share as provided in (g) above, may authorize the issuance of bonds to pay its 40 percent share of the cost of the minor capital improvements authorized by this section, pursuant to Chapter 21, Title 14, Delaware Code. In the event that such share is to be raised by the alternate method herein permitted, the provisions of Section 7507, Chapter 75, Title 29, Delaware Code, shall apply.

() The provisions of Chapter 75, Title 29, Delaware Code, shall not apply to the minor capital improvements authorized by this section except for the applicability of Section 7507 of said Chapter as provided in (h) above.

Section 18. The sum of $733,000 appropriated by Section 11 (j) of this Act to the State Board of Education for "School Building Maintenance", shall be allocated to the school districts in accordance with the following provisions:

(a) The maximum allocation to any district shall be the sum of the allotments for each school building in the district based upon the following formula: $9 for each year since the date of pupil occupancy of the building up to a maximum of 30 such years multiplied by the full number of units of 25 pupils in the building on a full-time basis as of September 30, 1972.

(b) The allotment for each school district as computed in (a) shall be expended only for the purpose of maintenance of buildings and such integral parts as the heating plant, plumbing and electrical system, painting; it shall not be used for the purchase of routine janitorial supplies, upkeep of grounds nor the repair of any equipment not a basic part of the building.

(c) Before the State Board of Education shall make any allotment pursuant to this Section, it shall require that the school district submit a plan of the maintenance and the estimated cost thereof.

(d) The State Board of Education shall establish such rules and regulations as it deems necessary to assure that the purpose of this appropriation is carried out.

Section 19. No funds appropriated by this Act to the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control for land acquisition can be expended without prior approval by the State Planning Office with respect to compliance with the Delaware Development Plan. In addition, no land purchase in excess of $50,000 shall be contracted by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, without prior approval of the General Assembly; provided, however, that the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control shall not be prohibited from conducting studies, surveys or other contractual arrangements that would normally precede land acquisition procedures.

Section 20. All monies appropriated by this Act shall be considered to be in compliance with and shall be expended in accordance with the intent of the 1974 Annual Capital Projects Schedule as prepared by the State Planning Office and approved by the Governor, and as further amended hereby.

Section 21. (a) The $1,000,000 appropriated by this Act to the State Budget Office shall be disbursed in accordance with regulations established by the Budget Director, who shall in no event approve expenditures of such funds for any project which in his judgment will have a life expectancy of less than ten (10) years.

(b) Of the $1,000,000 appropriated by this Act to the Budget Office, $743,400 will be allocated to school districts on the basis of $105 per Division II unit as of September 30, 1972, computed as follows:

Alexis I. du Pont

$ 16,485

Alfred I. du Pont

56,805

Appoquinimink

14,280

Claymont

20,370

Conrad Area

36,225

De La Warr

24,780

Marshallton-McKean

22,785

Mount Pleasant

29,610

New Castle-Gunning Bedford

49,140

New Castle Vo-Tech

18,375

Newark

82,425

Stanton

32,235

Wilmington

80,745

Caesar Rodney

32,550

Capital

33,495

Kent County Vo-Tech

13,650

Lake Forest

18,480

Milford

21,840

Smyrna

15,855

Cape Henlopen

19,320

Delmar

5,145

Indian River

33,495

Laurel

12,180

Seaford

19,005

Sussex County Vo-Tech

11,340

Woodbridge

11,130

Howard T. Ennis, Sr. Trainable

2,100

Meadowood Trainable

1,995

John G. Leach

945

Bush School for Trainables

1,995

Sterck School for Hearing Impaired

1,680

John S. Charlton School for Trainables

1,680

Wallace Wallin Trainable

1,260

TOTAL

$743,400

Section 22. The Budget Director shall examine each project for which monies appropriated in this Act are earmarked and shall estimate to the best of his ability the useful life expectancy of each. No monies appropriated and allocated in this Act shall be used for any construction or maintenance which is deemed by the Budget Director to have a useful life expectancy of less than ten (10) years, except for State, Board of Education approved painting projects.

Section 23. No bonds or notes shall be issued or monies borrowed on behalf of this State, pursuant to this Act, after June 30, 1979, except as provided in Chapter 75, Title 29, Delaware Code.

Section 24. All State departments and agencies shall submit all architectural, structural, electrical, and mechanical plans, specifications and cost estimates during the design and development phases and prior to bid to the State Architect. The State Architect shall be responsible for reviewing and approving these plans prior to bid advertisement and no construction contracts (except Highway construction contracts) shall be executed without the prior approval of the State Architect.

Section 25. The local share of $90,000 herein authorized under Section 11(b) for the Manor Park Elementary School heating system in the New Castle-Gunning Bedford School District may be provided from the Local School District's Debt Service account by transfer therefrom to the project herein contemplated.

Section 26. No bonds or notes, shall be issued or sold, or monies borrowed on behalf of this State, pursuant to this Act, without the full guarantee to the buyer that the State of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer.

Section 27. This Act may be known, styled or referred to as the "Annual Capital Improvements Act of 1974".

1974 ANNUAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SCHEDULE

To Be Financed Through General Obligation Bonds

HOUSE BILL NO. 441

AS AMENDED BY HOUSE AMENDMENTS 2, 6, 8, 11, and 12

Administrative Services

$ 18,000

Health and Social Services

4,830,000

Natural Resources and Environmental Control

6,360,000

Public Safety

671,000

State

60,000

Highways and Transportation

26,440,000

State Board of Education

18,482,200

National Guard

361,000

University of Delaware

7,766,000

Delaware Technical and Community College

9,100,000

Delaware State College

3,150,000

Budget Office

1,000,000

TOTAL CAPITAL BUDGET

$78,238,200

1974 ANNUAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SCHEDULE

State

Agency and Project Identification Share Total

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Reimburse Advanced Land Acquisition

Fund $ 3,000

Minor Capital Improvements 15,000

$ 18,000

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES

Home and Hospital Construction —

Stage 3 $1,725,000

Home and Hospital Design—Stage 4-7 500,000

Governor Bacon Health Center—Tilton

Building 300,000

Delaware State Hospital—Biggs Building

renovations 1,000,000

Forensic Sciences Laboratory—Phase 2 975,000

Hospital for the Mentally Retarded—

Medical Center Roof and Flooring 75,000

Governor Bacon Health Center—Water

Supply System Rehabilitation 165,000

Juvenile Corrections — Miscellaneous

Repairs 40,000

Hospital for the Mentally Retarded —

Electrical Distribution 50,000

$4,830,000

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL

Sewer Construction Program $5,000,000

Park Development 500,000

Fishing Piers and Parking 75,000

Water Control and Boat Ramps and

Parking 200,000

Fish Hatchery Restoration 35,000

Oyster Shell Planting 50,000

Beach Erosion Control 500,000

$6,860,000

State

Agency and Project Identification Share Total

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Troop 3—Dover $ 650,000

New Castle Inspection Lanes—Driving

Course 21,000

$ 671,000

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

Island Field Site $ 50,000

Sussex County Court House 10,000

$ 60,000

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION

Corridor Program $11,100,000

Non-Corridor Route Improvements

Program 4,000,000

Highway & Railway Crossing Safety

Improvements 150,000

TOPICS Program 100,000

Intersection Improvements Program 75,000

Traffic Signal Improvements Program 200,000

Small Bridge Replacement and Repairs 500,000

Dirt Road Program 1,000,000

Suburban Streets Reconstruction

Program 1,000,000

Engineering and Contingencies 1,000,000

Advance Planning & Engineering

Program 300,000

Suburban Drainage Program 500,000

Transit Improvements Program 382,000

Long Life Heavy Equipment 1,000,000

Resurfacing Secondary Roads 800,000

Advanced Right-of-Way Acquisition

and P. E. 500,000

Agency and Project Identification State Total

Share

MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS

Drainage & Improvements—University & Yale

Avenues Wilmington Manor Gardens 100,000

New Castle County Moores Lane Project

from New Castle Avenue to Landers Lane 800,000

Drainage in Sussex County—

Columbia Avenue 300,000

U.S. 13 Imp. — State Rd. to R.R

Bridge 600,000

South du Pont Road—R.O.W.

Acquisition 750,000

Completion of the Port Mahon Stabilization

and Erosion Protection Project 200,000

Drainage & Improvements —

Claymont & Hollyoak St. (Est.) 923,000

Drainage & Improvements — New

Castle County, Penn Ave. 100,000

Upper Marsh Road-1 block between

Naamans & Zebley 60,000

$26,440,000

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Name of District and Project Local State Total

Share Share Cost

WILMINGTON

Elementary School (Design)

$250,000

$250,000

$500,000

Stubbs Cafeteria Renovations

40,000

60,000

100,000

Bayard Middle School

     

Recreation Facilities

95,000

142,500

237,500

Howard Career Center

--0—

975,000

975,000

P.S. du Pont High School

(Planning of renovations)

—0---

85,000

85,000

Subtotal

$385,000

$1,512,500

$1,897,500

NEW CASTLE-GUNNING BEDFORD

Manor Park-Heating Plant $90,000

$135,000

$225,000

NEWARK

   

Glasgow Vocational-Technical

   

High School $-0--

$8,000.000

$8,000,000

Renovations - Central Jr. High,

   

Christiana – Salem Elementary,

   

Leasure Elementary,, Newark

   

High School, District Storage 98,000

147,000

245,000

Ogletown Jr. High School 420,000

629,000

1,049,000

Sterck School-Design -0-

45,000

45,000

Subtotal $518,000

$8,821,000

$9,339,000

ALFRED I. DU PONT

   

C. W. Bush School-Trainables -0-

$100,000

$100,000

ALEXIS I. DU PONT

   

Middle School Renovations $150,000

$225,000

$375,000

KENT VO-TECH HIGH SCHOOL

   

New Campus Construction $-0--

$4,600,000

$4,600,000

Kitchen and Cafeteria -0-

39,000

39,000

Parking, Lights, Curbing -0-

83,000

83,000

Subtotal $-0-

$4,722,000

$ 4,722,000

APPOQUINIMINK

   

Renovation Middletown

High School Planning $--0--

$45,000

$45,000

CAESAR RODNEY

   

Administrative Office $28,000

$41,000

$69,000

INDIAN RIVER High School

   

Planning & Design -0-

$216,000

$215,000

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

   

Minor Capital Improvements $932,600

$1,532,700

$2,465,300

School Building Maintenance -0-

733,000

733,000

Subtotal $932,600

$2,265,700

$3,198,300

CAPITAL

   

Construction & Equipping of

Therapy Addition to Kent County

   

Orthopedic Facility for the

William Henry Middle School $-0-

$400,000

$400,000

GRAND TOTAL $2,103,600

$18,482,200

$20,686,800

State Total

Agency and Project Identification Share

NATIONAL GUARD

Two-Unit Armory $261,000

Minor Capital Improvements 100,000

$361,000

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

Classroom and Office Building $6,516,000

Physical Plant Operations Building 1,250,000

$7,766,000

DELAWARE TECHNICAL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Stanton Campus $5,600,000

Kent County Campus 3,500,000

$9,100,000

DELAWARE STATE COLLEGE

New Library $2,850,000

Humanities-Teacher-Education Center

Equipment 200,000

Internal Roads, Parking and Walkways 100,000

$3,150,000

BUDGET OFFICE

Capital Outlay $1,000,000

State Agencies $256,600

School Districts

Alexis I. du Pont 16,485

Alfred I. du Pont 56,805

Appoquinimink 14,280

Claymont 20,370

Conrad Area 24,780

Conrad Area 36,225

DeLaWarr 24,780

Marshallton-McKean 22,785

Mount Pleasant 29,610

New Castle-Gunning Bedford 49,140

New Castle Vo-Tech 18,375

Newark 82,425

Stanton 32,235

Wilmington 80,745

Caesar Rodney 32,550

Capital 33,495

Kent County Vo-Tech 13,650

Lake Forest 18,480

Milford 21,840

Smyrna 15,855

Cape Henlopen 19,320

Delmar 5,145

Indian River 33,495

Laurel 12,180

Seaford 19,005

Sussex County Vo-Tech 11,340

Woodbridge 11,130

Howard T. Ennis, Sr. Trainable 2,100

Meadowood Trainable 1,995

John G. Leach 945

Bush School for Trainables 1,995

Sterck School for Hearing

Impaired 1,680

John S. Charlton School for

Trainables 1,680

Wallace Wallin Trainable 1,260

$743,400

Approved July 27, 1973.