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      3.  A short-term lessor who disseminates an advertisement in the State of Nevada that contains a rate for the lease of a passenger car shall include in the advertisement a clearly readable statement of the charge for a waiver of damages and a statement that the waiver is optional.

      4.  A short-term lessor shall not engage in any unfair, deceptive or coercive conduct to induce a short-term lessee to purchase a waiver of damages, optional insurance or any other optional good or service, including, but not limited to, refusing to honor the lessee’s reservation, limiting the availability of cars, requiring a deposit or debiting or blocking the lessee’s credit card account for a sum equivalent to a deposit if the lessee declines to purchase a waiver, optional insurance or any other optional good or service.

      Sec. 49.7.  NRS 482.3158 is hereby amended to read as follows:

      482.3158  1.  The short-term lessor of a passenger car may impose an additional charge:

      (a) Based on reasonable age criteria established by the lessor.

      (b) For any item or a service provided if the short-term lessee could have avoided incurring the charge by choosing not to obtain or utilize the optional item or service.

      (c) For insurance and accessories requested by the lessee.

      (d) For service incident to the lessee’s optional return of the car to a location other than the location where the car was leased.

      (e) For refueling the car at the conclusion of the lease if the lessee did not return the car with as much fuel as was in the fuel tank at the beginning of the lease.

      (f) For any authorized driver in addition to the short-term lessee [and one other authorized driver] but shall not , except as otherwise provided in this paragraph, charge more than [$5] $10 per full or partial 24-hour period for such an additional authorized driver. The monetary amount set forth in this paragraph must be adjusted for each fiscal year that begins on or after July 1, 2008, by adding to that amount the product of that amount multiplied by the percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index West Urban for All Urban Consumers (All Items) between the calendar year ending on December 31, 2005, and the calendar year immediately preceding the fiscal year for which the adjustment is made. The Department shall, on or before March 1 of each year, publish the adjusted amount for the next fiscal year on its website or otherwise make that information available to short-term lessors.

      2.  A short-term lessor shall not charge a short-term lessee, as a condition of leasing a passenger car, an additional fee for:

      (a) Any surcharges required for fuel.

      (b) Transporting the lessee to the location where the car will be delivered to the lessee.

      [(c) One other authorized driver.]

      3.  If a short-term lessor:

      (a) Delivers a passenger car to a short-term lessee at a location other than the location where the lessor normally carries on its business, the lessor shall not charge the lessee any amount for the period before the delivery of the car.

      (b) Takes possession of a passenger car from a short-term lessee at a location other than the location where the lessor normally carries on its business, the lessor shall not charge the lessee any amount for the period after the lessee notifies the lessor to take possession of the car.

      Secs. 50-54.  (Deleted by amendment.)

 


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      Sec. 55.  NRS 365.326, 365.328, 366.360 and 366.397 are hereby repealed.

      Sec. 55.3.  The Department of Transportation shall, not later than December 31 of each year:

      1.  Prepare an annual report on all the projects undertaken with the money deposited in the State Highway Fund pursuant to NRS 244A.637. The report must include:

      (a) For each of those projects:

             (1) The amount of that funding expended on the project.

             (2) The amount of any other funding expended on the project.

             (3) The timeline for the completion of the project.

             (4) Specific information regarding any delays in the project as a result of any variances from the Department’s projections of scheduling and costs.

             (5) The status of:

                   (I) The definition of the project.

                   (II) The preliminary engineering for the project.

                   (III) The environmental documentation for the project.

                   (IV) The acquisition of required rights-of-way for the project.

                   (V) The date of advertisement for bids on the project.

                   (VI) The date of operational completion of the project.

      (b) The total number of those projects that have been completed and, for each completed project:

             (1) Whether the project was completed early or on time.

             (2) Whether the project remained within its planned scope.

             (3) Whether the project was completed for less than or for the amount of its budgeted expenses.

             (4) Any specific measures of transportation improvement resulting from the project.

      2.  Submit the annual report to:

      (a) The Governor.

      (b) The Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the Interim Finance Committee.

      Sec. 55.5.  1.  The Director of the Department of Transportation shall, each calendar quarter, prepare a report to supplement the annual reports required pursuant to section 47.2 of this act, and submit the quarterly report to the Board of Directors of the Department of Transportation and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the Interim Finance Committee. The quarterly report must contain the following information with respect to the highway projects that the Blue Ribbon Task Force, as created by the Board of Directors of the Nevada Department of Transportation, identified in its report dated December 5, 2006, and any proposed super and mega highway projects:

      (a) For each of those projects:

             (1) The amount of funding expended on the project.

             (2) The timeline for the completion of the project.

             (3) Specific information regarding any delays in the project as a result of any variances from the Department’s projections of scheduling and costs.

             (4) The status of:

                   (I) The definition of the project.

                   (II) The preliminary engineering for the project.

 


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                   (III) The environmental documentation for the project.

                   (IV) The acquisition of required rights-of-way for the project.

                   (V) The date of advertisement for bids on the project.

                   (VI) The date of operational completion of the project.

      (b) The total number of those projects that have been completed and, for each completed project:

             (1) Whether the project was completed early or on time.

             (2) Whether the project remained within its planned scope.

             (3) Whether the project was completed for less than or for the amount of its budgeted expenses.

             (4) Any specific measures of transportation improvement resulting from the project.

      2.  The Director shall cause a copy of each report prepared pursuant to this section to be posted on the Internet website of the Department when the report is submitted pursuant to subsection 1.

      Sec. 56.  1.  This act does not require the payment of any principal or interest on any bonds described in subsection 3 of NRS 244A.637, as amended by section 46.5 of this act, before July 1, 2008.

      2.  The amendatory provisions of section 47 of this act must not be applied to modify, directly or indirectly, any taxes levied or revenues pledged in such a manner as to impair adversely any outstanding obligations of any county, city or town, including, without limitation, bonds, medium-term financing, letters of credit and any other financial obligation, until all such obligations have been discharged in full or provision for their payment and redemption has been fully made.

      3.  The amendatory provisions of section 49 of this act do not apply to the lease of a passenger car before October 1, 2007.

      Sec. 57.  1.  This section and sections 1 to 46, inclusive, 49.5, 49.7, 55 and 56 of this act become effective upon passage and approval.

      2.  Sections 46.5, 47.1 to 47.4, inclusive, 55.3 and 55.5 of this act become effective on July 1, 2007.

      3.  Sections 47.5 and 49 of this act become effective on October 1, 2007.

      4.  Sections 47 and 47.6 of this act become effective on July 1, 2008.

      5.  Section 55.5 of this act expires by limitation on December 31, 2015.

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CHAPTER 345, SB 579

Senate Bill No. 579–Committee on Finance

 

CHAPTER 345

 

AN ACT relating to financial administration; making various appropriations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

 

[Approved: June 13, 2007]

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

 

      Section 1.  1.  There is hereby created in the State General Fund a disbursement account to be administered by the Legislative Counsel Bureau.

 


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      2.  Money appropriated to the disbursement account for the use of a specific entity must be allocated to that entity from time to time upon the submittal to the Legislative Counsel Bureau of an appropriate request for an allocation that is based on costs incurred.

      Sec. 2.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Anthony L. Pollard Foundation the sum of $500,000 for the design, planning and construction of the Carter G. Woodson Library to promote cultural awareness and appreciation in west Las Vegas.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Anthony L. Pollard Foundation shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Anthony L. Pollard Foundation through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2010, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Anthony L. Pollard Foundation through December 1, 2010;

      (c) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 16, 2011, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Anthony L. Pollard Foundation through June 30, 2011; and

      (d) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Anthony L. Pollard Foundation, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 3.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Family Development Foundation the sum of $200,000 for domestic violence prevention programs and services in southern Nevada.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Family Development Foundation shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Family Development Foundation through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Family Development Foundation through June 30, 2009; and

 


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the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Family Development Foundation through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Family Development Foundation, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 4.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Interim Finance Committee for allocation to Truckee Meadows Community College the sum of $500,000 for the design and planning of the Spanish Springs Education Center. Funds appropriated pursuant to this section can only be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee upon submittal of a report that the developer has extended the deadline for title transfer and that the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada has provided equivalent matching funds.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 5.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the sum of $200,000 for special programs and fellowships sponsored by the Black Mountain Institute.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 6.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to Elko County the sum of $200,000 for the acquisition and maintenance of exhibits for the California Trail Interpretive Center.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 7.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the City of Sparks the sum of $163,760 for the completion of the construction of the Larry D. Johnson Community Center.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the City of Sparks shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the City of Sparks through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2010, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the City of Sparks through December 1, 2010;

      (c) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 16, 2011, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the City of Sparks through June 30, 2011; and

      (d) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the City of Sparks, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 8.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act the sum of $35,000 to fund the Nevada Youth Legislative Issues Forum created by Senate Bill 247 of this session.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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      Sec. 9.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Public Works Department for the City of Fernley, County of Lyon and State of Nevada, the sum of $86,240 for costs associated with the construction of a sound barrier wall along a residential property line behind the Desert Rose Recreational Vehicle Park in the City of Fernley.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 10.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Department of Agriculture the sum of $50,000 for the payment of expenses incurred by the Advisory Council for Organic Agricultural Products in carrying out its powers and duties pursuant to NRS 587.700 to 587.830, inclusive, including, but not limited to, the payment of expenses for:

      (a) Compensation, per diem allowances and travel expenses of members of the Advisory Council; and

      (b) Support of the activities of the Advisory Council, including meetings, workshops, promotion and public outreach.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 11.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the City of Caliente the sum of $300,000 for repair of the access road into the Caliente Youth Center which will require the construction of a single-span bridge over the Clover Creek Wash.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 12.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Rape Crisis Center in southern Nevada the sum of $250,000 to expand the Child Assault Prevention program.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Rape Crisis Center shall:

 


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      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Rape Crisis Center through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Rape Crisis Center through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Rape Crisis Center, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 13.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Commission on Tourism the sum of $500,000 to make grants to small airports located in this State for the purpose of recruiting, retaining, stabilizing and expanding regional commercial air service within the State.

      2.  The Commission on Tourism shall adopt such regulations as the Commission determines to be necessary or advisable for awarding the grants pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 14.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership the sum of $94,600 for support of their programs to promote knowledge of the history and heritage of the central area of the Great Basin.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership through December 1, 2008;

 


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      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 15.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Center for Health Disparities Research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the sum of $100,000 to fund workshops for a 2-year health education and promotion pilot program.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 16.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources the sum of $200,000 to match federal funding for support of the Urban and Community Forestry Program.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 17.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Legislative Fund created pursuant to NRS 218.085 the sum of $228,056 to enable the Research Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau to create an oral history of the Nevada Legislature.

      Sec. 18.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources the sum of $250,000 for the preparation of a comprehensive outdoor recreation plan pursuant to subsection 2.

 


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Natural Resources the sum of $250,000 for the preparation of a comprehensive outdoor recreation plan pursuant to subsection 2.

      2.  The Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources shall prepare a comprehensive outdoor recreation plan. The Division:

      (a) Shall designate an area located within the northeast portion of Clark County, Nevada, as the applicable area for the plan. The area for the plan may include any portion of Lincoln County, Nevada, that is contiguous to that portion of Clark County, Nevada. The plan must include, without limitation:

             (1) All provisions of the comprehensive statewide outdoor recreation plan prepared and maintained by the Division pursuant to NRS 407.205 that are applicable or related to the designated area for the comprehensive outdoor recreation plan required pursuant to this subsection;

             (2) A specific review, compilation and suggested revision, if any, of any existing outdoor recreation plan that is prepared for or is applicable to the designated area for the plan required pursuant to this subsection and any inventories of outdoor recreational facilities and existing or proposed development activities within or affecting the designated area for the plan;

             (3) An analysis of any plans or other actions of a federal, state or local governmental agency relating to outdoor recreational activities, facilities and opportunities for members of the public to engage in outdoor recreational activities in the designated area for the plan;

             (4) An evaluation of the possible integration of the activities, facilities and opportunities specified in subparagraph (3); and

             (5) Any other information required by the Division relating to the plan.

      (b) May:

             (1) Cooperate with any person, including, without limitation, any nonprofit organization, any federal, state or local governmental agency or any other entity in preparing and revising the plan required pursuant to this subsection; and

             (2) Apply for and accept any gift or grant of money from any source to assist the Division in preparing or carrying out the provisions of the plan, including, without limitation, the development or construction of any trails for hiking, biking or off-highway vehicles or any campgrounds or other facilities within the designated area for the plan.

      (c) Shall:

             (1) Upon request by the Legislative Committee on Public Lands, submit a report to the Committee concerning the progress of the Division in preparing the plan required pursuant to this subsection and any other actions of the Division in carrying out the provisions of this subsection, including, without limitation, a statement setting forth the availability and expenditure of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1; and

             (2) On or before February 1, 2009, prepare and submit to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the Legislature a written report setting forth:

                   (I) The provisions of the comprehensive outdoor recreation plan prepared pursuant to this subsection; and

                   (II) Any other activities of the Division in carrying out the provisions of this subsection.

 


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      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 19.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., the sum of $1,050,000 for the establishment and operation of Ready for Life through Project Learn programs in this State.

      2.  A Boys and Girls Club operating in this State may apply to the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., for a grant of money from the appropriation made by subsection 1. The application must include proof satisfactory to the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., that the applicant has obtained equal matching money, other than money from this State, for the establishment and operation of a Ready for Life through Project Learn program, including, without limitation, money from local governmental agencies, community organizations, the private sector and the Federal Government. Facilities and office space may not be used to satisfy the match required by this subsection. In-kind matches must account for not more than 25 percent of the match required by this subsection.

      3.  A Boys and Girls Club that receives a grant shall use the money to establish and operate a Ready for Life through Project Learn program that is designed to provide persons who are 6 to 18 years of age and who are from disadvantaged circumstances the education and skills necessary to show proficiency in basic academic skills at each grade level through graduation and the ability to make informed decisions about postsecondary education and training. In addition, the program must include:

      (a) Homework help and tutoring to enable each young person to develop the daily habit of completing homework and class preparation, with staff and volunteer support for 5 to 6 hours weekly.

      (b) Learning activities to help each young person apply what they have learned in the classroom to practical, real-life situations.

      (c) Parental involvement to empower the adults in each young person’s life to support his academic development.

      (d) Collaboration with schools enabling Boys and Girls Clubs to work with teachers to develop individualized plans for each young person to build competency in challenging subjects.

      (e) Accountability measures to track each young person’s performance, such as school report cards or other appropriate measurements.

      4.  A Boys and Girls Club that receives a grant of money from the appropriation made by subsection 1 shall expend not more than 15 percent of the money for the costs of developing a Ready for Life through Project Learn program and other costs associated with the start-up of the program. Money provided for start-up costs must not be in addition to the total amount of a grant awarded to an applicant. After the development and start-up of a Ready for Life through Project Learn program, the Boys and Girls Club operating that program shall expend:

 


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      (a) Not more than 10 percent of the money for the administrative costs associated with operating the program.

      (b) At least 90 percent of the money for direct services to the young persons who participate in the program.

      5.  If required by law, all personnel and volunteers who assist with a Ready for Life through Project Learn program operated by a Boys and Girls Club shall undergo the appropriate health screening and submit fingerprints for criminal background checks.

      6.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      7.  The Department of Education shall approve the:

      (a) Procedures for allocation of grants of money by the Nevada Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc., including procedures for the reimbursement of start-up costs of a Ready for Life through Project Learn program.

      (b) Requirements for evaluation and reporting by each Boys and Girls Club that receives a grant of money.

      8.  Any remaining balance of the appropriations made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which the money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 20.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Nevada Public Education Foundation the sum of $175,000 for the establishment and operation of Ready for Life through Project Learn programs in this State.

      2.  The Nevada Public Education Foundation may use the money appropriated by subsection 1 only if matching money is obtained by the Nevada Public Education Foundation, other than money from this State.

      3.  The Nevada Public Education Foundation will facilitate between local school districts and Boys and Girls Clubs to develop strong working relationships.

 


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      4.  A collaborating agency of the Nevada Public Education Foundation operating in this State may apply to the Nevada Public Education Foundation for a grant of money from the appropriation made by subsection 1.

      5.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Nevada Public Education Foundation shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Public Education Foundation through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Public Education Foundation through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada Public Education Foundation, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      6.  The Department of Education shall approve the:

      (a) Procedures for allocation of grants of money by the Nevada Public Education Foundation, including procedures for the reimbursement of start-up costs of a Ready for Life through Project Learn program.

      (b) Requirements for evaluation and reporting by each collaborating agency of the Nevada Public Education Foundation that receives a grant of money.

      7.  Any remaining balance of the appropriations made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which the money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 21.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources the sum of $225,000 for the development of a new group picnic area at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 22.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Northern Nevada Development Authority the sum of $500,000 for the purposes set forth in subsections 2 and 3.

 


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Northern Nevada Development Authority the sum of $500,000 for the purposes set forth in subsections 2 and 3.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, the money appropriated by subsection 1:

      (a) Must be used for specific projects and programs relating to economic development in counties whose population is less than 100,000 that are within the service territory of the Northern Nevada Development Authority.

      (b) Must not be used to hire additional staff.

      3.  With regard to the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Northern Nevada Development Authority:

      (a) Is subject to review and oversight by the Commission on Economic Development;

      (b) Shall not use the money appropriated by subsection 1 for a project or program if the Commission objects to its use for that purpose; and

      (c) Shall make reports, at least quarterly, to the Commission, in the manner prescribed by the Commission, regarding its use of the money appropriated by subsection 1.

      4.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Northern Nevada Development Authority shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Northern Nevada Development Authority through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Northern Nevada Development Authority through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Northern Nevada Development Authority, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      5.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 23.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of Nevada Arts Advocates the sum of $50,000 for projects and programs to promote, support and foster the arts.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, Nevada Arts Advocates shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Nevada Arts Advocates through December 1, 2008;

 


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money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Nevada Arts Advocates through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Nevada Arts Advocates through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of Nevada Arts Advocates, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 24.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Nevada Arts Council of the Department of Cultural Affairs, the sum of $425,000 to support the Nevada Arts Council.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 25.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada the sum of $100,000 for educational programs and equipment, staffing, facilities and a Challenger simulator contract.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 26.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Chinese Workers’ Museum in Carson City the sum of $50,000 for costs associated with the planning and design, and the construction and operation, of the proposed Chinese Workers’ Museum of America.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Chinese Workers’ Museum shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Chinese Workers’ Museum through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2010, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Chinese Workers’ Museum through December 1, 2010;

      (c) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 16, 2011, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Chinese Workers’ Museum through June 30, 2011; and

      (d) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Chinese Workers’ Museum, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and reverts to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 27.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Purchasing Division of the Department of Administration the sum of $200,000 to supplement distribution costs in northern Nevada for the federal Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

 


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      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 28.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Administrator of the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources the sum of $100,000 to fund the costs for the transfer of the following land:

 

The sections within Township 2 North, Range 38 East, M.D.B. & M., and Township 3 North, Range 38 East, M.D.B. & M., consisting of approximately 6,000 acres of land located in Esmeralda County, Nevada,

 

from the Bureau of Land Management to the Division for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a state park designated as Monte Cristo’s Castle.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 29.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to Clark County the sum of $225,000 for operating expenses to launch a demonstration project that will provide discounted medical services for uninsured working residents of Clark County.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, Clark County shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Clark County through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Clark County through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of Clark County, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 30.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of:

      (a) The Center for Creative Therapeutic Arts, Las Vegas, the sum of $58,815 for the purchase of instruments, equipment, music, supplies and software for music therapy services.

      (b) Esther Bennett Elementary School, Sun Valley, the sum of $6,705 for the purchase of instruments, equipment, music, supplies and software for music therapy services.

      (c) Marvin Picollo School, Reno, the sum of $15,325 for the purchase of instruments, equipment, music, supplies and software for music therapy services.

      (d) The Note-Ables, Reno, the sum of $28,745 for the purchase of instruments, equipment, music, supplies and software for music therapy services.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Center for Creative Therapeutic Arts and The Note-Ables, respectively, shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Center for Creative Therapeutic Arts and The Note-Ables, respectively, through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Center for Creative Therapeutic Arts and The Note-Ables, respectively, through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Center for Creative Therapeutic Arts and The Note-Ables, respectively, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriations made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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      Sec. 31.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Nevada Institute for Renewable Energy Commercialization the sum of $500,000, to provide initial funding for the planning, initial staffing and early implementation of the Institute, a public-private partnership with the goal of combining basic and applied research with innovative public and private organizations to advance the commercialization of cost-effective renewable energy.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Nevada Institute for Renewable Energy Commercialization shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Institute through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Institute through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Institute, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 32.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Keaton Raphael Memorial the sum of $60,000 to provide financial assistance to families who have children with cancer and to provide related material resources for grants.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Keaton Raphael Memorial shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Keaton Raphael Memorial through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Keaton Raphael Memorial through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Keaton Raphael Memorial, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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Raphael Memorial, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 33.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Nevada Fire Safe Council the sum of $750,000 to fund a community-based wildfire threat reduction program.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Nevada Fire Safe Council shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Fire Safe Council through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Fire Safe Council through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada Fire Safe Council, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 34.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Area Health Education Center of Southern Nevada the sum of $50,000 to fund projects and programs designed to promote and support child abuse prevention in Nevada.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Area Health Education Center of Southern Nevada shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Area Health Education Center of Southern Nevada through December 1, 2008;

 


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      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Area Health Education Center of Southern Nevada through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Area Health Education Center of Southern Nevada, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 35.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the account for the Advisory Council on the State Program for Fitness and Wellness, created pursuant to Senate Bill No. 197 of the 73rd Session of the Nevada Legislature, the sum of $100,000 for the operational costs of the Council.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 36.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of Opportunity Village the sum of $1,000,000 for vocational training, employment and social recreation services for persons with intellectual disabilities in southern Nevada.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, Opportunity Village shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Opportunity Village through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Opportunity Village through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of Opportunity Village, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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Village, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 37.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the City of Las Vegas the sum of $157,754 for use at Floyd Lamb State Park.

      2.  The money appropriated by subsection 1 must be divided as follows:

      (a) For the Archeological Museum and Visitor Center, the sum of $78,877; and

      (b) For the promotion and funding of educational and cultural events and festivals at the Park, the sum of $78,877.

      3.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the City of Las Vegas shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the City of Las Vegas through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the City of Las Vegas through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the City of Las Vegas, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 38.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Cultural Affairs the sum of $150,000 for expenses relating to the creation of the Online Nevada Encyclopedia.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Department of Cultural Affairs shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Department of Cultural Affairs through December 1, 2008;

 


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money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Department of Cultural Affairs through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Department of Cultural Affairs through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Department of Cultural Affairs, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 39.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of the Nevada Women’s Fund the sum of $50,000 to assist with implementation of the Community Blueprint for Philanthropy’s plan in recognition of the Nevada Women’s Fund 25th Silver Anniversary, including costs for operation, organization and technical support for rural councils and for travel to rural communities and southern Nevada.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Nevada Women’s Fund shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Women’s Fund through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Women’s Fund through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada Women’s Fund, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 40.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Secretary of State for use by the Advisory Committee on Participatory Democracy, created pursuant to NRS 225.240, the sum of $15,000 to support travel and operating costs of the Committee.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Secretary of State shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Secretary of State through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Secretary of State through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Secretary of State, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 41.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Education the sum of $50,000 for allocation to school districts for expenses relating to participation in the JASON Project, including, without limitation curriculum materials, professional development and transportation of pupils.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Department of Education shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Department of Education through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Department of Education through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Department of Education, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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Education, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 42.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 1 of this act for the use of Kids Voting Greater Las Vegas the sum of $50,000 for training for teachers concerning civics and democracy, for the creation of a KidsVention program to engage pupils in political debates and election activities, and for expansion of programs to various schools.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, Kids Voting Greater Las Vegas shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Kids Voting Greater Las Vegas through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Kids Voting Greater Las Vegas through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Kids Voting Greater Las Vegas, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 43.  The appropriations made by the provisions of this act are not intended to finance ongoing expenditures of state agencies and the expenditures financed with those appropriations must not be included as base budget expenditures in the proposed budget for the Executive Branch of State Government for the 2009-2011 biennium.

 


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      Sec. 44.  1.  This section and sections 1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 22, 23, 25 to 28, inclusive, 30 to 34, inclusive, 37 and 43 of this act become effective upon passage and approval.

      2.  Sections 2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 24, 29, 35, 36 and 38 to 42, inclusive, of this act become effective on July 1, 2007.

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CHAPTER 346, SB 576

Senate Bill No. 576–Committee on Finance

 

Joint Sponsor: Committee on Ways and Means

 

CHAPTER 346

 

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; authorizing expenditures by various officers, departments, boards, agencies, commissions and institutions of the State Government for the fiscal years commencing on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009; authorizing the collection of certain amounts from the counties for the use of the services of the State Public Defender; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

 

[Approved: June 13, 2007]

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

 

      Section 1.  Expenditure of the following sums not appropriated from the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund is hereby authorized during the fiscal years beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009, by the various officers, departments, boards, agencies, commissions and institutions of the State Government mentioned in this act:

 

                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

Office of the Governor

      Office of the Governor................................................................................................. $30,976                             $95,108

      Mansion maintenance...................................................................................................... 2,901                                  8,849

      Washington office........................................................................................................ 267,079                             267,079

      High Level Nuclear Waste....................................................................................... 3,164,161                          3,187,985

      Homeland Security........................................................................................................... 5,789                                12,163

      Governor’s Office for Consumer Health Assistance.............................................. 521,831                             443,728

      Energy Conservation.................................................................................................... 572,775                             582,083

Lieutenant Governor.......................................................................................................... $26,635                             $43,057

Attorney General

      Attorney General Administration Account...................................................... $13,283,279                     $12,533,197

      High Tech Crime........................................................................................................... 444,697                             417,300

      Special Fund.................................................................................................................. 234,918                             234,918

      Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.................................................................................. 2,715,811                          2,492,859

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

      Fraud Control Unit - Workers’ Comp and Insurance....................................... $4,473,051                        $4,515,037

      Bureau of Consumer Protection............................................................................. 3,911,632                          3,863,135

      Crime Prevention Program............................................................................................ 54,671                                64,452

      Tort Claim Fund........................................................................................................ 8,105,373                          8,560,284

      Office of the Extradition Coordinator...................................................................... 101,316                             107,425

      Advisory Council for Prosecuting Attorneys............................................................ 300,102                             285,678

      Aid for Victims of Domestic Violence....................................................................... 289,687                             295,517

      Violence Against Women grants............................................................................. 1,614,635                          1,614,635

Secretary of State.......................................................................................................... $5,546,626                        $5,964,129

      Secretary of State, Investigations and Enforcement............................................. 511,476                             512,676

      Secretary of State, HAVA Election Reform......................................................... 9,164,046                          6,226,726

State Treasurer.................................................................................................................. $966,370                        $1,030,783

      Higher Education Tuition Administration............................................................. 2,641,127                          1,614,462

      Millennium Scholarship Administration................................................................... 441,272                             436,165

      Unclaimed Property.................................................................................................. 1,209,787                          1,301,783

      Nevada College Savings Trust................................................................................ 2,715,671                          2,359,713

      Municipal bond bank revenue.............................................................................. 64,210,006                        69,568,807

      Municipal bond bank debt service....................................................................... 64,335,876                        69,692,190

State Controller’s Office.................................................................................................... $61,246                           $187,145

Commission on Ethics..................................................................................................... $433,907                           $483,929

Legislative Fund

      Legislative Counsel Bureau................................................................................... $1,328,405                           $492,405

      Printing Office............................................................................................................ 3,722,197                          3,890,715

Judicial Branch

      Nevada Supreme Court......................................................................................... $8,562,900                        $8,310,135

      Specialty Court.......................................................................................................... 5,267,744                          6,268,426

      Administrative Office of the Courts....................................................................... 2,997,505                          3,660,766

      Division of Planning & Analysis................................................................................. 456,130                             484,286

      Uniform system of judicial records........................................................................ 2,439,027                          2,479,905

      Judicial education...................................................................................................... 1,767,107                          1,897,579

      Senior Justice and Senior Judge Program................................................................. 549,955                             621,813

      Judicial travel and support.......................................................................................... 381,379                             390,972

      Supreme Court Law Library......................................................................................... 13,702                                32,581

Judicial Discipline.................................................................................................................. $5,120                             $15,834

Department of Administration

      Administrative Services Division.......................................................................... $1,891,413                        $1,858,151

      Budget and Planning Division.................................................................................... 426,169                             534,314

      Deferred Compensation Committee......................................................................... 432,526                             399,783

      Information Technology Division................................................................................ 29,067                                41,114

      Information Technology Projects................................................................................ 48,615                                          0

      Insurance and Loss Prevention............................................................................ 30,477,157                        30,434,933

      Division of Internal Audits............................................................................................ 38,383                             118,955

      Motor Pool Division.................................................................................................. 5,489,122                          5,890,709

      Motor Pool vehicle purchase................................................................................... 2,547,689                          2,158,406

      Purchasing Division................................................................................................... 3,558,984                          3,691,189

      Commodity Food Program...................................................................................... 8,518,235                          8,486,727

      Buildings and Grounds Division........................................................................... 18,123,216                        18,695,528

             Mail room............................................................................................................. 7,510,667                          7,516,370

             Mail services equipment........................................................................................ 273,021                             261,794

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

             Clear Creek Youth Center....................................................................................... $1,200                                        $0

             Marlette Lake Water System............................................................................ 1,066,179                          1,246,195

      State Public Works Administration.............................................................................. 14,252                                44,349

      State Public Works Board Inspection Account.................................................... 8,666,578                          9,123,800

      Hearings Division....................................................................................................... 4,654,493                          4,914,960

      Fund for Compensation of Victims of Crime...................................................... 9,548,375                        10,246,776

Department of Taxation................................................................................................. $994,980                        $1,779,429

Department of Information Technology

      Director’s Office...................................................................................................... $1,939,007                        $2,050,349

      Security Division........................................................................................................ 1,190,473                          1,231,026

      Planning and Research Division............................................................................. 1,453,701                          1,581,313

      Application, Design and Development Unit......................................................... 2,591,329                          2,673,828

      Computing Division................................................................................................ 16,012,041                        14,432,083

      Communications and Network Engineering Unit................................................ 3,607,131                   3,621,184

      Telecommunications Unit........................................................................................ 4,765,117                          4,404,347

      Network Transport Services Unit............................................................................ 3,084,887                          3,197,667

Department of Personnel........................................................................................... $14,856,021                     $14,946,270

      Unemployment Compensation Account.............................................................. 2,114,542                          1,766,359

Department of Education

      Education state programs......................................................................................... $182,855                           $296,011

      Education staffing services......................................................................................... 591,535                             638,594

      Education support services...................................................................................... 1,795,579                          1,921,059

      Proficiency testing............................................................................................................. 9,640                                29,821

      Teacher education and licensing............................................................................ 2,103,980                          2,220,150

      Drug abuse education............................................................................................... 1,345,228                          1,345,228

      School health education—AIDS................................................................................ 231,046                             231,046

      Gear Up....................................................................................................................... 1,500,000                          1,500,000

      Discretionary grants - Unrestricted......................................................................... 2,754,961                          2,781,453

      Discretionary grants - Restricted........................................................................... 15,045,479                        15,045,499

      Improve America’s Schools Title I...................................................................... 84,678,544                        84,678,545

      Improve America’s Schools Titles II, V and VI................................................ 23,248,894           23,248,895

      Student incentive grants.............................................................................................. 150,771                             151,957

      Career and technical education.............................................................................. 8,874,537                          8,889,312

      Continuing education............................................................................................... 4,174,730                          4,181,207

      Nutrition education................................................................................................. 68,738,986                        70,840,781

      Individuals with Disabilities Education Act........................................................ 64,197,043                        64,196,216

Commission on Postsecondary Education.................................................................. $104,290                             $91,980

Nevada System of Higher Education

      Nevada System of Higher Education administration.......................................... $190,653                           $356,204

      Special projects.................................................................................................................. 4,377                                13,805

      University Press................................................................................................................ 11,178                                34,856

      System Computing Center.......................................................................................... 218,320                             676,061

      University of Nevada, Reno.................................................................................. 50,756,053                        59,921,586

      Intercollegiate Athletics, UNR....................................................................................... 73,158                             151,976

      Statewide programs, UNR........................................................................................... 123,009                             382,575

      School of Medicine................................................................................................... 2,997,047                          4,304,766

      State Health Laboratory................................................................................................ 27,013                                83,006

      Agricultural Experiment Station............................................................................. 1,393,759                          1,690,403

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

      Cooperative Extension Services........................................................................... $2,020,232                        $2,423,174

      Business Center, North................................................................................................... 42,250                             131,381

      University of Nevada, Las Vegas......................................................................... 84,403,339                        97,261,999

      Intercollegiate Athletics, UNLV.................................................................................... 49,235                             153,715

      Statewide programs, UNLV........................................................................................... 21,966                                68,716

      William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV................................................................ 3,618,871                          4,040,965

      Dental School, UNLV............................................................................................... 4,831,142                          5,349,409

      Business Center, South................................................................................................... 35,176                             109,768

      Desert Research Institute............................................................................................. 259,423                             493,677

      Great Basin College................................................................................................... 2,353,628                          3,039,223

      Western Nevada Community College................................................................... 3,437,559                          4,422,710

      Community College of Southern Nevada.......................................................... 29,464,876                        34,803,084

      Truckee Meadows Community College................................................................ 9,398,324                        11,496,849

      Nevada State College at Henderson...................................................................... 2,881,536                          3,921,479

WICHE administration........................................................................................................ $3,787                             $11,979

      WICHE Loan and Stipend Fund............................................................................... 499,050                             499,050

Department of Cultural Affairs

      Department of Cultural Affairs administration...................................................... $22,320                             $49,348

      Comstock Historic District............................................................................................... 2,154                                  6,660

      Office of Historic Preservation................................................................................... 775,261                             832,870

      State Library and Archives......................................................................................... 966,642                          1,053,854

      Archives and records...................................................................................................... 16,524                                42,387

      Records management and micrographics................................................................ 599,765                             552,266

      Council on Libraries and Literacy................................................................................ 39,360                                44,394

      Central libraries automated network......................................................................... 346,794                             357,789

      Nevada Arts Council.................................................................................................... 492,915                             519,597

      Museums and History.................................................................................................... 70,407                                17,968

      Lost City Museum.......................................................................................................... 88,437                             105,520

      Nevada Historical Society, Reno............................................................................... 214,715                                92,516

      Nevada State Museum, Carson City........................................................................ 413,356                             425,445

      Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas.............................................................................. 54,730                             170,136

      State Railroad Museums.......................................................................................... 1,527,642                             485,232

State Department of Agriculture

      State Department of Agriculture administration............................................... $1,095,683                 $1,117,840

      Gas pollution standards............................................................................................... 582,234                             679,950

      Plant Industry Program................................................................................................ 721,059                             833,546

      Grading and certification of agricultural products.................................................. 142,312                             150,284

      Agriculture Registration and Enforcement Account........................................... 2,614,257                          2,812,652

      Livestock Inspection Account................................................................................ 1,558,320                          1,553,906

      Veterinary medical services........................................................................................ 713,845                             750,496

      Weights and Measures Program............................................................................. 1,852,043                          1,967,106

      Noxious Weeds and Insect Pest Control Program.................................................. 867,442                             874,838

      Mormon cricket and grasshoppers......................................................................... 1,789,196                          1,828,070

      State Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee...................................................... 88,847                             113,648

      Junior Livestock Show Board............................................................................................. 175                                     356

Commission on Mineral Resources

      Division of Minerals................................................................................................ $2,255,123                        $2,386,164

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

State Gaming Control Board.................................................................................... $14,417,730                     $16,370,815

      Nevada Gaming Commission......................................................................................... 6,740                                10,865

      Gaming Control Board Investigation Fund........................................................ 13,785,983                        14,338,134

Public Utilities Commission of Nevada................................................................... $12,873,469                     $13,232,995

Department of Business and Industry

      Department of Business and Industry administration..................................... $1,175,323                        $1,238,485

      Industrial Development Revenue Bond Program............................................... 1,451,130                   1,513,574

      Division of Insurance................................................................................................ 3,268,673                          3,475,576

             Insurance examiners.......................................................................................... 3,743,305                          4,068,811

             Captive insurers...................................................................................................... 992,719                          1,067,522

             Insurance Recovery Account............................................................................... 634,977                             664,726

             Insurance education and research................................................................... 1,476,226                          1,423,828

             National Association of Insurance Commissioners........................................... 58,059                                55,844

             Cost stabilization.................................................................................................... 334,179                             321,483

             Self-insurance—Workers’ compensation.......................................................... 613,313                             638,842

      Transportation Services Authority............................................................................. 276,559                             356,304

             Administrative fines............................................................................................... 338,950                             327,745

      Manufactured Housing Division............................................................................ 3,308,168                          3,256,250

             Lot Rent Subsidy Program.................................................................................... 441,160                             428,104

             Mobile home parks................................................................................................ 398,960                             378,824

             Manufactured housing education and recovery.............................................. 689,979                             674,074

      Consumer Affairs Division............................................................................................ 42,995                                88,031

             Consumer Affairs Recovery Fund...................................................................... 246,672                             295,067

      Real Estate Division.................................................................................................. 2,569,629                          2,701,497

             Real estate education and research................................................................. 1,916,540                          2,313,441

             Real estate recovery........................................................................................... 1,074,920                          1,331,360

             Common-interest communities........................................................................ 3,353,105                          3,092,626

      Division of Financial Institutions............................................................................ 4,407,996                          4,953,316

             Financial institutions investigations.................................................................... 749,786                             843,537

             Financial Institutions Audit Program.................................................................. 131,133                             166,666

      Housing Division..................................................................................................... 11,459,033                        11,447,078

             Low-Income Housing Trust Fund.................................................................. 44,258,188                        47,753,377

             Weatherization Program.................................................................................... 4,970,702                          5,197,935

      Division of Mortgage Lending.............................................................................. 10,076,727                        10,961,614

      Division of Industrial Relations.............................................................................. 7,427,530                          7,483,332

             Occupational safety and health enforcement............................................... 8,061,886                   8,696,482

             Safety consultation and training...................................................................... 2,878,827                          3,043,399

             Mine safety and training.................................................................................... 1,676,603                          1,515,935

      Office of Nevada Attorney for Injured Workers................................................. 3,434,841                   3,613,730

      State Dairy Commission.......................................................................................... 1,961,383                          1,834,875

      Nevada Athletic Commission..................................................................................... 133,645                             140,026

      Labor Commissioner...................................................................................................... 22,788                                71,565

      Employee-Management Relations Board.................................................................... 8,499                                14,849

      Taxicab Authority..................................................................................................... 7,948,679                          7,899,835

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

Commission on Economic Development

      Commission on Economic Development.............................................................. $325,544                           $369,219

      Nevada Film Office................................................................................................... 1,021,532                          1,060,070

      Rural community development.............................................................................. 2,856,171                          2,869,330

      Procurement outreach.................................................................................................. 439,309                             456,034

Commission on Tourism

      Division of Tourism.............................................................................................. $24,838,857                     $24,838,404

      Tourism development.................................................................................................. 230,530                                30,530

      Nevada Magazine..................................................................................................... 2,507,640                          2,659,025

Department of Health and Human Services

      Administration............................................................................................................ $904,914                           $695,061

      Developmental Disabilities.......................................................................................... 521,885                             526,322

      Community-based services..................................................................................... 4,662,282                          4,041,823

      Fund for a Healthy Nevada.................................................................................. 11,442,914                        13,643,729

      Grants Management Unit...................................................................................... 28,479,686                        28,957,863

      Children’s Trust Account......................................................................................... 1,004,244                          1,073,939

      Revolving Account to Support Programs for the Prevention and Treatment of Problem Gambling       1,673,280....................................................................................................... 1,730,257

      Supplemental Account for Medical Assistance to Indigent Persons............. 25,445,609                        28,528,952

      State Public Defender............................................................................................... 1,370,181                          1,441,756

      Nevada Indian Commission........................................................................................... 2,122                                  6,709

Division of Health Care Financing and Policy

      Division of Health Care Financing and Policy administration..................... $22,376,038                     $22,738,724

      Nevada Medicaid................................................................................................. 808,579,597                     866,013,084

      Nevada Check Up Program.................................................................................. 31,383,288                        34,678,005

      HIFA Medical.......................................................................................................... 13,992,466                        23,256,881

      HIFA Holding Account............................................................................................ 2,543,321                          4,130,809

      Increased Quality of Nursing Care....................................................................... 21,247,790                        20,669,346

      Intergovernmental Transfer Account.................................................................. 93,672,712                        90,761,555

Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services

      Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services administration..... $4,948,296                        $5,205,984

      Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services................................................. 5,548,711                   6,485,971

      Lakes Crossing Center................................................................................................. 555,523                             819,205

      Rural clinics................................................................................................................ 3,388,967                          4,043,162

      Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services.............................................. 18,020,686                 20,127,267

      Southern MH/DS food service................................................................................ 1,978,237                          2,090,281

      Sierra Regional Center............................................................................................ 14,385,669                        15,673,534

      Desert Regional Center........................................................................................... 31,680,213                        36,794,095

      Rural Regional Center.............................................................................................. 5,926,491                          6,944,137

      Mental health information system............................................................................ 228,540                             267,230

      Alcohol and drug rehabilitation............................................................................ 17,822,447                        17,183,220

      Alcohol tax program................................................................................................. 1,403,067                          1,384,440

Health Division

      Health Division administration............................................................................. $4,288,045                        $4,511,556

      Office of Minority Health........................................................................................... 155,925                             155,917

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

      Vital Statistics.............................................................................................................. $596,230                           $622,283

      Cancer control registry................................................................................................. 946,137                             963,275

      Consumer health protection.................................................................................... 1,652,312                          1,812,435

      Radiological health................................................................................................... 3,530,175                          3,975,093

      Radioactive and hazardous waste....................................................................... 12,465,131                        12,618,038

      Health Facilities Hospital Licensing..................................................................... 12,180,490                        11,995,870

      Community health services..................................................................................... 3,414,664                          3,506,132

      Communicable disease control............................................................................... 4,572,304                          4,622,662

      Sexually transmitted disease control................................................................... 11,113,416                        11,217,304

      Immunization program............................................................................................ 4,932,302                          5,037,288

      Maternal and Child Health Services...................................................................... 5,813,646                          5,926,304

      Early Intervention Services...................................................................................... 5,051,877                          5,394,877

      Women’s, Infants’ and Children’s food supplement....................................... 44,682,357                        45,947,642

      Emergency medical services......................................................................................... 69,965                                88,522

      Public Health Tobacco Fund...................................................................................... 990,210                             990,086

      Public health preparedness program.................................................................... 15,762,741                        15,800,540

Division of Welfare and Supportive Services

      Division of Welfare and Supportive Services administration....................... $20,801,356                     $20,575,665

      Welfare Field Services Account............................................................................ 41,165,182                        44,344,779

      Temporary Assistance for Needy Families......................................................... 19,767,474                        21,370,063

      Child support enforcement.................................................................................... 11,357,420                        12,357,091

      Child support federal reimbursement.................................................................. 25,054,455                        27,039,442

      Child Care and Development............................................................................... 42,670,192                        40,776,097

      Energy assistance.................................................................................................... 18,715,766                        18,832,902

Aging Services Division

      Aging Services Division grants.............................................................................. $5,856,472                        $6,895,514

      Older Americans Act............................................................................................... 11,687,849                        11,788,657

      Senior Services Program........................................................................................... 9,060,593                          9,851,157

      EPS/Homemaker programs..................................................................................... 3,296,592                          3,374,781

      Senior Citizens’ Property Tax Assistance................................................................. 337,180                                  6,817

Division of Child and Family Services

      Child and Family Services administration....................................................... $13,330,947                     $13,625,778

      Juvenile justice programs......................................................................................... 2,043,510                          2,070,251

      Clark County Integration...................................................................................... 28,167,912                        30,674,734

      Washoe County Integration.................................................................................. 13,267,962                        14,045,961

      Rural Child Welfare................................................................................................ 12,284,386                        12,982,766

      UNITY/SACWIS....................................................................................................... 3,013,351                          3,137,478

      Child care services........................................................................................................ 959,918                          1,014,280

      Transition from foster care...................................................................................... 2,525,679                          2,332,882

      Child Deaths Review.................................................................................................... 272,437                             270,377

      Trust Fund for Child Welfare...................................................................................... 841,312                             823,471

      Victims of domestic violence.................................................................................. 3,480,137                          3,436,478

      Youth alternative placement................................................................................... 1,963,393                          1,997,618

      Juvenile Correctional Facility..................................................................................... 374,261                             576,671

      Caliente Youth Center ................................................................................................ 410,654                             659,233

      Nevada Youth Training Center ................................................................................. 664,936                          1,004,510

      Youth parole services................................................................................................... 177,087                             287,589

      Northern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services................................................ 4,853,870                   5,097,896

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

      Southern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services........................................... $13,868,597               $14,731,384

      Wraparound in Nevada............................................................................................ 2,111,662                          2,347,191

Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation

      Administrative services.......................................................................................... $4,221,680                        $4,447,254

      Information and development processing............................................................ 7,733,209                          7,674,602

      Research and analysis.............................................................................................. 3,400,912                          3,529,761

      Nevada Equal Rights Commission............................................................................ 503,355                             573,361

      Rehabilitation Division administration.................................................................. 1,022,797                          1,075,120

      Bureau of Disability Adjudication....................................................................... 12,905,463                        13,694,115

      Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation.................................................................. 13,713,367                        13,961,190

      Bureau of Services to the Blind and Visually Impaired..................................... 3,713,552                          3,822,535

      Blind Business Enterprise Program......................................................................... 3,629,781                          3,722,165

      Client Assistance Program........................................................................................... 180,777                             189,651

      Employment Security Division............................................................................. 52,746,716                        54,351,339

      Career Enhancement Program............................................................................. 19,931,943                        20,588,456

      Employment Security Special Fund....................................................................... 9,872,818                        10,034,540

Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission............................................ $3,647,796                        $4,285,293

Department of Corrections

      Office of the Director.............................................................................................. $1,488,253                        $1,966,757

      Medical care............................................................................................................... 3,073,957                          4,215,939

      Correctional programs.............................................................................................. 1,011,377                          1,269,929

      Ely State Prison............................................................................................................. 506,241                          1,467,031

      High Desert State Prison.............................................................................................. 719,449                          1,733,296

      Northern Nevada Correctional Center...................................................................... 982,669                          1,710,985

      Nevada State Prison..................................................................................................... 366,469                             951,484

      Southern Desert Correctional Center......................................................................... 618,952                          1,255,638

      Lovelock Correctional Center.................................................................................... 514,195                          1,288,954

      Southern Nevada Correctional Center...................................................................... 436,464                             812,792

      Warm Springs Correctional Center............................................................................ 180,521                             387,789

      Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center................................................... 181,132                             483,781

      Casa Grande Transitional Housing........................................................................ 1,811,281                          1,876,639

      Northern Nevada Restitution Center......................................................................... 491,923                             522,798

      Stewart Conservation Camp......................................................................................... 84,424                             122,917

      Pioche Conservation Camp.......................................................................................... 41,548                                84,143

      Indian Springs Conservation Camp............................................................................ 45,202                             108,556

      Wells Conservation Camp............................................................................................. 37,434                                72,922

      Humboldt Conservation Camp.................................................................................... 33,888                                70,420

      Ely Conservation Camp................................................................................................ 34,101                                69,323

      Jean Conservation Camp............................................................................................ 116,507                             149,592

      Silver Springs Conservation Camp.............................................................................. 31,926                                67,357

      Carlin Conservation Camp........................................................................................... 36,029                                71,905

      Tonopah Conservation Camp...................................................................................... 32,226                                63,294

      Offenders’ Store Fund............................................................................................ 17,970,021                        18,312,372

      Inmate Welfare Account......................................................................................... 4,192,718                          4,077,723

      Prison industries......................................................................................................... 8,607,335                          9,432,773

      Prison dairy................................................................................................................. 1,631,667                          1,780,951

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

Department of Motor Vehicles

      Director’s office.......................................................................................................... $121,640                           $168,011

      Real ID............................................................................................................................ 100,000                             200,000

      Hearings............................................................................................................................ 22,580                                62,506

      Automation................................................................................................................ 5,753,861                          6,137,641

      Administrative Services Division............................................................................ 7,765,416                          8,247,855

      Division of Compliance Enforcement...................................................................... 749,364                             449,367

      Motor vehicle pollution control............................................................................ 10,921,456                        12,106,013

      Division of Central Services and Records............................................................. 7,039,747                          7,650,047

      Verification of insurance....................................................................................... 14,457,437                        14,876,160

      Records search......................................................................................................... 12,062,483                        12,554,995

      Division of Field Services....................................................................................... 28,296,052                        32,044,000

      Motor Carrier Division.............................................................................................. 1,529,386                          1,718,326

      Division of Management Services and Programs..................................................... 44,173                             130,419

Department of Public Safety

      Director’s office....................................................................................................... $1,394,080                        $1,409,642

      Administrative services............................................................................................. 2,079,279                          2,214,773

      Office of professional responsibility.......................................................................... 648,808                             628,362

      Technology Division................................................................................................. 8,560,108                          6,577,235

      Justice Assistance Act............................................................................................... 6,388,727                          6,388,727

      Public Safety Justice Grant Account......................................................................... 378,390                             402,645

Division of Emergency Management........................................................................ $2,152,414                        $2,238,774

      Division of Emergency Management assistance.............................................. 26,782,871                 26,782,877

      Criminal History Repository................................................................................. 24,132,521                        24,902,046

      Dignitary protection.......................................................................................................... 7,961                                24,957

      Highway Patrol ......................................................................................................... 2,139,597                          3,969,477

      Highway safety.......................................................................................................... 1,511,438                          1,478,965

      Forfeitures—Law enforcement............................................................................... 1,568,375                          1,895,353

      Investigation Division.................................................................................................. 114,633                             296,820

      Narcotics control............................................................................................................. 57,111                             101,814

      Division of Parole and Probation............................................................................ 4,129,132                          5,625,410

      Capitol Police Division.............................................................................................. 3,008,535                          3,321,600

      Training Division............................................................................................................. 26,330                                75,367

      Traffic safety............................................................................................................. 2,877,210                          2,877,210

      Highway safety planning and administration...................................................... 1,661,278                          1,709,687

      Bicycle Safety Program............................................................................................... 254,367                             288,374

      Motorcycle Safety Program........................................................................................ 704,363                             746,340

      State Fire Marshal..................................................................................................... 2,479,796                          2,543,262

      State Emergency Response Commission.............................................................. 1,534,314                          1,761,123

      State Board of Parole Commissioners........................................................................ 24,596                                77,034

      Homeowner’s Disaster Assistance Program......................................................... 4,948,549                          4,843,349

Colorado River Commission of Nevada................................................................... $9,068,071                        $9,907,124

      Fort Mohave Valley Development Fund.............................................................. 8,264,524                          4,682,701

      Research and development..................................................................................... 1,544,126                          1,805,407

      Power delivery system.......................................................................................... 198,024,180                     208,228,340

      Power Marketing Fund........................................................................................... 69,516,615                        71,348,318

State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

      State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources administration.... $300,779                           $355,175

      Nevada Natural Heritage Program............................................................................ 698,530                             762,525

 


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                                                                                                                                            2007-2008                            2008-2009

      Division of Conservation Districts............................................................................. $28,896                             $37,525

      Heil wild horse bequest................................................................................................ 358,777                             212,764

      Division of State Lands............................................................................................... 717,262                             809,996

      Division of State Parks............................................................................................. 6,715,810                          6,958,919

      Division of Water Resources....................................................................................... 679,828                             897,460

      Division of Environmental Protection administration...................................... $5,689,128                        $5,725,626

             Bureau of Air Quality......................................................................................... 6,589,598                          6,813,144

             Water pollution control...................................................................................... 6,816,158                          7,414,032

             Water quality planning....................................................................................... 5,275,908                          5,463,205

             Safe Drinking Water Regulatory Program...................................................... 2,592,383                          2,516,020

             Waste management and federal facilities.................................................... 14,368,335                        13,984,077

             Mining regulation and reclamation.................................................................. 4,592,030                          4,369,775

             Water planning capital improvements............................................................... 286,380                             299,085

             State Revolving Loan Program....................................................................... 2,820,263                          2,852,077

             State Environmental Commission......................................................................... 69,612                                69,649

      Division of Forestry................................................................................................... 4,685,853                          4,900,181

             Forest fire suppression/emergency response.................................................. 1,948,362                   1,983,318

             Forestry conservation camps............................................................................ 3,106,549                          3,369,552

             Forestry intergovernmental agreement........................................................... 1,931,638                          1,979,471

             Forestry nurseries.................................................................................................... 478,988                             442,313

      Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.......................................................................... 8,764,183                          8,802,520

Department of Wildlife.............................................................................................. $25,821,548                     $26,060,322

      Boating Program........................................................................................................ 5,173,805                          5,815,584

      Trout management................................................................................................... 5,925,623                          5,546,083

      Obligated reserve....................................................................................................... 2,740,018                          2,502,848

Department of Transportation............................................................................... $529,270,613                   $532,263,545

      Department of Transportation Bond Construction........................................ 334,056,987                     170,656,987

Public Employees’ Retirement System................................................................... $10,726,511                     $10,562,224

Public Employees’ Benefits Program.................................................................... $360,230,334                   $419,090,320

      Retired Employees’ Group Insurance................................................................. 61,573,523                        69,089,713

      Active Employees’ Group Insurance................................................................ 172,651,589                     224,920,970

Office of the Military.................................................................................................. $10,273,864                     $12,464,144

      Adjutant General’s Construction Fund....................................................................... 35,908                                36,408

      Patriot Relief Fund........................................................................................................ 613,675                             198,675

Office of Veterans’ Services

      Commissioner for Veterans’ Affairs....................................................................... $780,236                           $858,141

      Southern Nevada Veterans’ Home...................................................................... 14,441,766                        15,278,413

      Sec. 2.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the money:

      (a) Received by the State of Nevada pursuant to any settlement entered into by the State of Nevada and a manufacturer of tobacco products; or

      (b) Recovered by the State of Nevada from a judgment in a civil action against a manufacturer of tobacco products,

Ê the sum of $594,408 for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and the sum of $651,274 for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to support the operation of the Attorney General Administrative Fund.

      2.  Notwithstanding any other provisions of law to the contrary, upon receipt of sufficient money received by the State of Nevada pursuant to any settlement entered into by the State of Nevada and a manufacturer of tobacco products or recovered by the State of Nevada from a judgment in a civil action against a manufacturer of tobacco products, the State Controller shall:

 


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products or recovered by the State of Nevada from a judgment in a civil action against a manufacturer of tobacco products, the State Controller shall:

      (a) Disburse, on or after July 1, 2007, the money appropriated by subsection 1 in its entirety for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 before other disbursements required by law are made;

      (b) Disburse, on or after July 1, 2008, the money appropriated by subsection 1 in its entirety for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 before other disbursements required by law are made; and

      (c) Thereafter in each fiscal year, disburse all other money appropriated from this same source on a pro rata basis by percentage allocated by law.

      3.  There is hereby appropriated from the Fund for a Healthy Nevada:

      (a) The sum of $192,166 for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and the sum of $192,166 for Fiscal Year 2008-2009, to support the operation of the EPS/Homemaker programs.

      (b) The sum of $311,631 for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and the sum of $311,631 for Fiscal Year 2008-2009, to support the operation of the Senior Services Program.

      4.  Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection 6 of NRS 439.620 to the contrary, the State Controller shall, from the money reserved for allocation by the Aging Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to paragraph (d) of subsection 1 of NRS 439.630:

      (a) Disburse, on or after July 1, 2007, the money appropriated by subsection 3 in its entirety for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 before other disbursements are made; and

      (b) Disburse, on or after July 1, 2008, the money appropriated by subsection 3 in its entirety for Fiscal Year 2008-2009 before other disbursements are made.

      5.  Any balance of the sums appropriated by subsection 1 remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years reverts as soon as all payments of money committed have been made as follows: 10 percent to the Trust Fund for Public Health, 40 percent to the Millennium Scholarship Trust Fund and 50 percent to the Fund for a Healthy Nevada.

      6.  Any balance of the sums appropriated by subsection 3 remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years reverts to the Fund for a Healthy Nevada as soon as all payments of money committed have been made.

      Sec. 3.  1.  Expenditure of $30,598,039 by the State Gaming Control Board from the State General Fund pursuant to the provisions of NRS 463.330 is hereby authorized during the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008.

      2.  Expenditure of $31,344,886 by the State Gaming Control Board from the State General Fund pursuant to the provisions of NRS 463.330 is hereby authorized during the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009.

      3.  Any balance of the sums authorized by subsections 1 and 2 remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years must not be committed for expenditure after June 30 of the respective fiscal years by the Gaming Control Board or any entity to which money from the authorization is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the balance remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively, by either the Gaming Control Board or the entity to which money from the authorization was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively.

 


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granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively.

      Sec. 4.  1.  Expenditure of $411,291 by the Nevada Gaming Commission from the State General Fund pursuant to the provisions of NRS 463.330 is hereby authorized during the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008.

      2.  Expenditure of $415,635 by the Nevada Gaming Commission from the State General Fund pursuant to the provisions of NRS 463.330 is hereby authorized during the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009.

      3.  Any balance of the sums authorized by subsections 1 and 2 remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years must not be committed for expenditure after June 30 of the respective fiscal years by the Nevada Gaming Commission or any entity to which money from the authorization is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the balance remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively, by either the Nevada Gaming Commission or the entity to which money from the authorization was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively.

      Sec. 5.  The money authorized to be expended by the provisions of sections 1 to 4, inclusive, of this act, except for expenditures from the Legislative Fund and by judicial agencies, must be expended in accordance with the allotment transfer, work program and budget provisions of NRS 353.150 to 353.245, inclusive, and transfers to and from salary allotments, travel allotments, operating expense allotments, equipment allotments and other allotments must be allowed and made in accordance with the provisions of NRS 353.215 to 353.225, inclusive, and after separate consideration of the merits of each request.

      Sec. 6.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 and limited by section 7 of this act, and in accordance with the provisions of NRS 353.220, the Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration may, with the approval of the Governor, authorize the augmentation of the amounts authorized in sections 1 to 4, inclusive, of this act for expenditure by a given officer, department, board, agency, commission and institution from any other state agency, from any agency of local government or of the Federal Government, or from any other source which he determines is in excess of the amount so taken into consideration by this act. The Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration shall reduce any authorization whenever he determines that money to be received will be less than the amount so authorized in sections 1 to 4, inclusive, of this act.

      2.  The Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau may, with the approval of the Legislative Commission, authorize the augmentation of the amount authorized in section 1 of this act to the Legislative Fund for expenditure by the Legislative Counsel Bureau from any source which he determines is in excess of the amount so taken into consideration by this act. The Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau shall reduce the authorization whenever he determines that money to be received will be less than the amount so authorized in section 1 of this act.

 


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      Sec. 7.  Except as otherwise provided in section 8 and subsection 3 of section 10 of this act, where the operation of an office, department, board, agency, commission, institution or program is financed by an appropriation or appropriations from the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund as well as by money received from other sources, the portion provided by appropriation from the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund must be decreased to the extent that the receipts of the money from other sources is exceeded, but such a decrease must not jeopardize the receipts of such money as is to be received from other sources.

      Sec. 8.  1.  The Nevada System of Higher Education may expend the following fees collected from the registration of students, resident or nonresident:

 

                                                                                    2007-2008              2008-2009

University of Nevada, Reno............................. $38,769,234           $42,822,141

University of Nevada, Las Vegas....................    75,329,014             81,291,898

Community College of Southern Nevada.....    27,271,483             29,042,954

Western Nevada Community College............       2,985,396                3,218,802

Truckee Meadows Community College........       8,526,884                9,163,318

Dental School, UNLV........................................       4,633,952                4,733,510

Great Basin College...........................................       2,049,128                2,173,176

William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV.........       3,455,015                3,529,221

School of Medicine, Reno................................       2,490,116                2,725,004

Nevada State College at Henderson...............       2,676,567                3,390,598

      2.  The Nevada System of Higher Education may expend any additional registration fees collected from students for the purpose of meeting the salaries and related benefits for incremental instructional faculty necessary as a result of registering additional students beyond the budgeted enrollments. The Nevada System of Higher Education may also expend, with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee, any additional nonresident tuition fees and any additional registration fees not utilized for incremental instructional faculty costs in addition to the authorized amounts for the respective years.

      Sec. 9.  1.  Whenever claims which are payable and properly approved exceed the amount of cash in the Wildlife Account in the State General Fund, the State Controller may, with the approval of the Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration, transfer temporarily from the State General Fund to the Wildlife Account such an amount as may be required to pay the claims, but not to exceed 50 percent of the amount receivable from the Federal Government and estimated revenue from license fees receivable in the same fiscal year as authorized in section 1 of this act.

      2.  The Director of the Department of Administration shall provide written notification to the Senate and Assembly Fiscal Analysts of the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau if he approves a request made pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any money which is temporarily advanced from the State General Fund to the Wildlife Account pursuant to this section must be repaid on or before the last business day in August immediately following the end of the fiscal year.

      Sec. 10.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsections 2 and 3, the State Public Defender shall collect not more than the following amounts from the counties for the use of his services:

 


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                                                                                 For the fiscal           For the fiscal

                                                                             year ending on       year ending on

                                                                               June 30, 2008         June 30, 2009

Carson City.........................................................        $772,786                 $804,014

Eureka County...................................................            75,985                     79,056

Lincoln County...................................................          125,493                   130,565

Storey County.....................................................            33,316                     34,662

White Pine County.............................................          355,273                   369,630

Totals....................................................................    $1,362,853             $1,417,927

 

      2.  The State Public Defender may assess and collect, from the counties, their pro rata share of any salary benefit or cost of living increases approved by the 2007 Legislature for employees of the State Public Defender’s Office for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and Fiscal Year 2008-2009.

      3.  If any county chooses to contribute an additional amount, the State Public Defender may, with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee, accept it and apply it to augment his services.

      Sec. 11.  In Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, the State Treasurer shall allocate the amount of tax on motor vehicle fuel computed pursuant to NRS 365.535, to be paid on fuel used in watercraft for recreational purposes, equally between the Department of Wildlife and the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

      Sec. 12.  On and after July 1, 1995, money collected by the Department of Wildlife and designated by the Department as an obligated sum in the Wildlife Account to be used only for the purposes specified by the law pertaining to the money or by the donor of the money must be transferred to a separate account designated as the Department of Wildlife’s Obligated Reserve Account.

      Sec. 13.  Money authorized for expenditure in section 1 of this act for the Division of Tourism of the Commission on Tourism for support of the Reno-Tahoe Winter Games Coalition for the Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30 of each fiscal year. Any such money remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years must not be spent for any purpose after September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively, by either the Division of Tourism or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the Fund for Promotion of Tourism on or before September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively.

      Sec. 14.  1.  Money authorized for expenditure in section 1 of this act for Real ID of the Department of Motor Vehicles must be expended only for the purposes of implementing the provisions of the Real ID Act of 2005 (P.L. 109-13).

      2.  The Department of Motor Vehicles may request an augmentation from the State Highway Fund of the amount authorized for Real ID in section 1 of this act if the Department determines that the amount authorized in section 1 is not sufficient to comply with the provisions of the Real ID Act of 2005 (P.L. 109-13) or any regulations adopted pursuant thereto. Any request for such an augmentation must be approved in accordance with the allotment transfer, work program and budget provisions of NRS 353.150 to 353.245, inclusive. Any additional money authorized for expenditure pursuant to this subsection must be expended solely for the purposes of implementing the provisions of the Real ID Act of 2005 (P.L. 109-13).

 


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      Sec. 15.  Money authorized for expenditure in section 1 of this act for the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the special reserves for extraordinary costs of operation, repair and maintenance of fire-fighting vehicles may be expended for that purpose notwithstanding the provisions of section 7 of this act.

      Sec. 16.  Money authorized for expenditure in section 1 of this act for the State Fire Marshal of the Department of Public Safety from the Contingency Account for Hazardous Materials must be expended in its entirety to support eligible training programs before any State General Funds may be expended for such training programs.

      Sec. 17.  Money authorized for expenditure in section 1 of this act for the Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission for transfer to the State Public Works Board for the costs of the project numbered and described in the executive budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as CIP 07-C52 that remains unexpended on June 30, may be carried forward to the next fiscal year for that purpose and does not revert to the State General Fund.

      Sec. 18.  Money authorized for expenditure in section 1 of this act for the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for support of the central reporting unit that remains unexpended on June 30 may be carried forward to the next fiscal year for that purpose, notwithstanding the provisions of section 7 of this act.

      Sec. 19.  1.  This section and sections 17 and 18 of this act become effective upon passage and approval.

      2.  Sections 1 to 16, inclusive, of this act become effective on July 1, 2007.

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CHAPTER 347, SB 578

Senate Bill No. 578–Committee on Finance

 

Joint Sponsor: Committee on Ways and Means

 

CHAPTER 347

 

AN ACT relating to projects of capital improvement; authorizing certain expenditures by the State Public Works Board; levying a property tax to support the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund; making appropriations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

 

[Approved: June 13, 2007]

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

 

      Section 1.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Public Works Board the sum of $154,545,088 to support the Board in carrying out the program of capital improvements summarized in subsection 3.

      2.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Public Works Board the sum of $37,846,973 to support the Board in carrying out the program of capital improvements summarized in subsection 4.

 


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carrying out the program of capital improvements summarized in subsection 4.

      3.  The amount appropriated pursuant to subsection 1 is allocated to projects numbered and described in the executive budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as follows:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      (a) Capital improvements for the Department of Administration:

             Demolition of the Kinkead Building..................................................................... 07-C35                    $1,636,158

             Grant Sawyer Building tile, concrete, fountain and flagpole....................... 07-M02b...................................................................................................................... $1,762,415

             Caliente Youth Center – deferred maintenance and construction............... 07-M03...................................................................................................................... $3,230,135

             Rip rap ditch at Sahara Complex....................................................................... 07-M22.......................................................................................................................... $511,043

             Water tower seismic retrofit, Stewart Facility.................................................... 07-M45.......................................................................................................................... $482,100

      (b) Capital improvements for the Department of Agriculture:

             New headquarters and laboratory building........................................................ 07-C20...................................................................................................................... $5,955,911

      (c) Capital improvements for the Department of Corrections:

             SNWCC 400-bed expansion................................................................................. 07-C03...................................................................................................................... $7,047,535

             Phase V housing units at HDSP............................................................................ 07-C04...................................................................................................................... $7,897,713

             ISCC 384-bed expansion and 168-bed renovation.......................................... 07-C05...................................................................................................................... $6,858,683

             Construction of housing unit and facility expansion at SDCC.................... 07-C07a...................................................................................................................... $4,555,184

             Pre-engineered housing units............................................................................... 07-C86b.................................................................................................................... $29,294,434

             Completion of phase IV housing units at HDSP............................................... 07-C87...................................................................................................................... $3,513,801

             HVAC repairs to evaporative media at ESP................................................... 07-M01b.......................................................................................................................... $143,288

             Electrical surge protection upgrade at HDSP.................................................... 07-M26.......................................................................................................................... $664,445

      (d) Capital improvements for the Department of Cultural Affairs:

             New State Museum in Las Vegas – deferred construction.............................. 07-C02...................................................................................................................... $3,207,842

      (e) Capital improvements for the Department of Health and Human Services:

             Desert Willow Treatment Center addition of 14 beds...................................... 07-C26...................................................................................................................... $1,500,000

             Consolidated facility planning and building renovations for NNAMHS and NNCAS 07-C30............................................................................................................... $1,305,885

      (f) Capital improvements for the Nevada System of Higher Education:

             Furnishings and equipment for Science, Engineering and Technology Building, UNLV............................................................................................................................. 07-C09.................................................................................................................... $21,022,409

             Furnishings and equipment for Knowledge Center, UNR................................ 07-C10.................................................................................................................... $18,950,552

             Furnishings and equipment for classroom building on West Charleston Campus of CCSN.................................................................................................................. 07-C13...................................................................................................................... $1,249,678

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

             Furnishings, equipment and additional construction for Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Building, UNLV................................................................................... 07-C16...................................................................................................................... $2,000,000

             Cave Automated Virtual Environment Facility at DRI – construction completion 07-C17............................................................................................................... $2,226,562

             Campus improvements - CCSN........................................................................ 07-M47a...................................................................................................................... $1,167,810

             Campus improvements - DRI........................................................................... 07-M47b.......................................................................................................................... $229,635

             Campus improvements - GBC.......................................................................... 07-M47c.......................................................................................................................... $494,050

             Campus improvements - NSC........................................................................... 07-M47d.......................................................................................................................... $100,000

             Campus improvements - TMCC....................................................................... 07-M47e.......................................................................................................................... $803,844

             Campus improvements – NSHE System Administration............................. 07-M47f.......................................................................................................................... $100,000

             Campus improvements - UNLV........................................................................ 07-M47g...................................................................................................................... $3,119,760

             Campus improvements - UNR.......................................................................... 07-M47h...................................................................................................................... $3,181,062

             Campus improvements - WNCC....................................................................... 07-M47i.......................................................................................................................... $803,839

             Nevada State College nursing facility - planning............................................... 07-P33...................................................................................................................... $3,302,364

      (g) Capital improvements for the Department of Public Safety:

             Replace Campos Office Building and parking area......................................... 07-C22.................................................................................................................... $12,000,000

             Southern Training Academy and Highway Patrol substation........................ 07-C29...................................................................................................................... $4,226,951

      4.  The amount appropriated pursuant to subsection 2 is allocated to projects numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as follows:

      (a) Capital improvements for the Department of Administration:

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

             Demolition of the old National Guard Armory, Carson City      07-C33 $236,281

             Demolition of the old Northern Nevada Children’s Home.............................. 07-C34.......................................................................................................................... $225,505

             HVAC upgrade at Belrose Building.................................................................... 07-M18.......................................................................................................................... $112,175

             Upgrade electric power distribution, Stewart Facility....................................... 07-M44.......................................................................................................................... $352,305

             Seismic retrofit and structural evaluations........................................................ 07-M46.......................................................................................................................... $181,882

             Capitol Complex flood water abatement - planning........................................ 07-P01............................................................................................................................ $54,022

             Statewide Roofing Program................................................................................... 07-S01...................................................................................................................... $1,421,357

             Statewide ADA Program......................................................................................... 07-S02.......................................................................................................................... $823,931

             Statewide Fire and Life Safety Program.............................................................. 07-S03.......................................................................................................................... $612,791

             Statewide Advance Planning Program................................................................. 07-S04.......................................................................................................................... $198,052

             Statewide Paving Program..................................................................................... 07-S05...................................................................................................................... $1,055,779

      (b) Capital improvements for the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources:

             Addition of traffic signals at Kyle Canyon Fire Station.................................. 07-M43............................................................................................................................ $86,904

             Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center and hangar repairs....................... 07-M49.......................................................................................................................... $396,961

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

             Elko Interagency Dispatch Center repairs......................................................... 07-M50.......................................................................................................................... $225,978

             Natural Resources Facility, Las Vegas - planning.............................................. 07-P04............................................................................................................................ $22,640

      (c) Capital improvements for the Department of Corrections:

             Erosion remediation at HDSP.............................................................................. 07-M37...................................................................................................................... $1,000,000

             18-inch water main replacement at HDSP........................................................ 07-M05...................................................................................................................... $1,000,000

             Groundwater protection at CCC......................................................................... 07-M06.......................................................................................................................... $248,912

             Wastewater improvements at WCC................................................................... 07-M07.......................................................................................................................... $279,836

             Groundwater monitoring well and aeration at SNCC, JCC, HCC and ECC 07-M08.......................................................................................................................... $155,203

             Replace air handler control valves at LCC....................................................... 07-M09.......................................................................................................................... $122,201

             Templifier, heat pump and water heater replacement at SDCC................... 07-M10.......................................................................................................................... $873,911

             Water heater, hydronic circulation pump and boiler replacements at NNCC 07-M14.......................................................................................................................... $249,139

             HVAC equipment replacements at NNCC........................................................ 07-M15...................................................................................................................... $1,089,724

             Water heater replacements at LCC.................................................................... 07-M16.......................................................................................................................... $204,977

             Rooftop HVAC unit replacement at WSCC..................................................... 07-M17.......................................................................................................................... $157,654

             Temperature controls upgrade at WSCC........................................................... 07-M19.......................................................................................................................... $134,013

             Door control panels and fire door replacements at SNWCC......................... 07-M24.......................................................................................................................... $407,153

             Door control panel replacement at WSCC........................................................ 07-M25.......................................................................................................................... $163,676

             Window and security improvements at NNCC................................................ 07-M39...................................................................................................................... $1,154,576

             Shower and bathroom renovation at NNCC.................................................... 07-M40...................................................................................................................... $1,336,847

             Shower and bathroom renovation at JCC......................................................... 07-M41.......................................................................................................................... $378,924

             Shower and bathroom renovation at SSCC...................................................... 07-M42.......................................................................................................................... $903,212

             Surveillance cameras, NNCC and NSP.............................................................. 07-M48...................................................................................................................... $1,272,759

             Arsenic reduction in domestic water at HCC and SSCC – planning.............. 07-P02............................................................................................................................ $39,643

             Prison 8 - planning................................................................................................... 07-P03...................................................................................................................... $1,893,166

             New conservation camp at Jean - advance planning....................................... 07-P29.......................................................................................................................... $199,197

             One housing unit at NNCC – advance planning................................................ 07-P30.......................................................................................................................... $216,041

      (d) Capital improvements for the Department of Cultural Affairs:

             Department of Cultural Affairs Resource Center............................................. 07-C19.......................................................................................................................... $839,388

      (e) Capital improvements for the Department of Information Technology:

             Second UPS and generator systems at Computer Facility............................. 07-M35.......................................................................................................................... $354,199

      (f) Capital improvements for the Department of Health and Human Services:

             Surveillance cameras and recording devices at Summit View Youth Correctional Center............................................................................................................................ 07-M27.......................................................................................................................... $209,007

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

             Door, security and key card entry at Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services............................................................................................................................ 07-M28.......................................................................................................................... $393,211

             Door replacement at Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services........ 07-M29............................................................................................................................ $51,167

             Hot water system rehabilitation at Desert Regional Center........................... 07-M13.......................................................................................................................... $158,763

             Panic alarm system for Dini-Townsend Hospital............................................. 07-M34.......................................................................................................................... $123,273

      (g) Capital improvements for the Office of the Military:

             Acquire land for future state agency facilities and training sites.................... 07-C21............................................................................................................................ $43,140

             National Guard Complex site entry and guard building in Carson City....... 07-C31............................................................................................................................ $87,692

             Climate control upgrade at North Las Vegas Armory..................................... 07-M12............................................................................................................................ $79,597

             Emergency generator for the Office of the Adjutant General....................... 07-M32............................................................................................................................ $69,844

             Emergency generator for the North Las Vegas Armory.................................. 07-M33............................................................................................................................ $59,351

             Elko Readiness Center - planning......................................................................... 07-P06............................................................................................................................ $75,820

      (h) Capital improvements for the Nevada System of Higher Education:

             Furnishings, equipment and additional construction for Math and Science Center, UNR............................................................................................................................. 07-C11...................................................................................................................... $3,732,121

             Furnishings and equipment for Transportation Technology Building on Cheyenne Campus of CCSN............................................................................................. 07-C14.......................................................................................................................... $731,146

             Furnishings and equipment for Electrical and Industrial Technology Building, GBC 07-C15.................................................................................................................. $491,248

             Life safety improvements of Bristlecone Building at WNCC......................... 07-C24...................................................................................................................... $1,037,728

             Shadow Lane Biomedical Research Building, UNHSS.................................... 07-C89...................................................................................................................... $2,272,350

             Medical Education Learning Lab Building, UNHSS...................................... 07-C90a...................................................................................................................... $1,931,861

             Renovation of Savitt Hall for School of Medicine, UNHSS......................... 07-C90b...................................................................................................................... $1,000,000

             Renovation of Cain Hall for School of Nursing, UNHSS.............................. 07-C90c.......................................................................................................................... $500,000

             Shadow Lane Advanced Clinical Training and Research Center, UNHSS 07-C91a...................................................................................................................... $2,991,657

             Structural reinforcement of IGT Building, TMCC........................................... 07-M38.......................................................................................................................... $650,565

      (i) Capital improvements for the Office of Veterans’ Services:

             Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery off-site street improvements............ 07-C23.......................................................................................................................... $346,409

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

             HVAC replacement at Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery Administration Building............................................................................................................................ 07-M11............................................................................................................................ $16,155

             Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery expansion - planning......................... 07-P05.......................................................................................................................... $113,954

      Sec. 2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by section 1 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 3.  The State Board of Finance shall issue general obligation bonds of the State of Nevada in the face amount of not more than $520,497,869 for the capital improvements summarized in this section. This amount is allocated to projects numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as follows:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      1.  Capital improvements for the Department of Administration:

             Demolition of the old National Guard Armory, Carson City.......................... 07-C33.......................................................................................................................... $610,990

             Demolition of the old Northern Nevada Children’s Home.............................. 07-C34.......................................................................................................................... $583,124

             HVAC upgrade at Belrose Building.................................................................... 07-M18.......................................................................................................................... $290,070

             Upgrade electric power distribution, Stewart Facility....................................... 07-M44.......................................................................................................................... $911,012

             Seismic retrofit and structural evaluations........................................................ 07-M46.......................................................................................................................... $470,322

             Capitol Complex flood water abatement - planning........................................ 07-P01.......................................................................................................................... $139,693

             Statewide Roofing Program................................................................................... 07-S01...................................................................................................................... $3,675,431

             Statewide ADA Program......................................................................................... 07-S02...................................................................................................................... $2,130,571

             Statewide Fire and Life Safety Program.............................................................. 07-S03...................................................................................................................... $1,584,591

             Statewide Advance Planning Program................................................................. 07-S04.......................................................................................................................... $512,136

             Statewide Paving Program..................................................................................... 07-S05...................................................................................................................... $2,730,097

      2.  Capital improvements for the Department of Agriculture:

             New headquarters and laboratory building........................................................ 07-C20.................................................................................................................... $23,048,252

      3.  Capital improvements for the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources:

             Addition of traffic signals at Kyle Canyon Fire Station.................................. 07-M43.......................................................................................................................... $224,722

             Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center and hangar repairs....................... 07-M49...................................................................................................................... $1,026,484

             Elko Interagency Dispatch Center repairs......................................................... 07-M50.......................................................................................................................... $584,346

             Natural Resources Facility, Las Vegas - planning.............................................. 07-P04............................................................................................................................ $63,846

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      4.  Capital improvements for the Department of Corrections:

             Erosion remediation at HDSP.............................................................................. 07-M37...................................................................................................................... $1,737,564

             SNWCC 400-bed expansion................................................................................. 07-C03.................................................................................................................... $59,175,674

             Phase V housing units at HDSP............................................................................ 07-C04.................................................................................................................... $45,186,663

             ISCC 384-bed expansion and 168-bed renovation.......................................... 07-C05.................................................................................................................... $49,927,635

             Construction of housing unit and facility expansion at SDCC.................... 07-C07a.................................................................................................................... $60,982,113

             Completion of phase IV housing units at HDSP............................................... 07-C87...................................................................................................................... $9,086,198

             18-inch water main replacement at HDSP........................................................ 07-M05.......................................................................................................................... $776,278

             Groundwater protection at CCC......................................................................... 07-M06.......................................................................................................................... $643,653

             Wastewater improvements at WCC................................................................... 07-M07.......................................................................................................................... $723,616

             Groundwater monitoring well and aeration at SNCC, JCC, HCC and ECC 07-M08.......................................................................................................................... $401,335

             Replace air handler control valves at LCC....................................................... 07-M09.......................................................................................................................... $315,996

             Templifier, heat pump and water heater replacement at SDCC................... 07-M10...................................................................................................................... $2,259,812

             Water heater, hydronic circulation pump and boiler replacements at NNCC 07-M14.......................................................................................................................... $644,237

             HVAC equipment replacements at NNCC........................................................ 07-M15...................................................................................................................... $2,817,876

             Water heater replacements at LCC.................................................................... 07-M16.......................................................................................................................... $530,041

             Rooftop HVAC unit replacement at WSCC..................................................... 07-M17.......................................................................................................................... $407,671

             Temperature controls upgrade at WSCC........................................................... 07-M19.......................................................................................................................... $346,538

             Door control panels and fire door replacements at SNWCC......................... 07-M24...................................................................................................................... $1,052,841

             Door control panel replacement at WSCC........................................................ 07-M25.......................................................................................................................... $423,242

             Window and security improvements at NNCC................................................ 07-M39...................................................................................................................... $2,985,572

             Shower and bathroom renovation at NNCC.................................................... 07-M40...................................................................................................................... $3,456,898

             Shower and bathroom renovation at JCC......................................................... 07-M41.......................................................................................................................... $979,843

             Shower and bathroom renovation at SSCC...................................................... 07-M42...................................................................................................................... $1,821,809

             Surveillance cameras, NNCC and NSP.............................................................. 07-M48...................................................................................................................... $3,291,176

             Arsenic reduction in domestic water at HCC and SSCC – planning.............. 07-P02.......................................................................................................................... $102,512

             Prison 8 - planning................................................................................................... 07-P03...................................................................................................................... $6,016,205

             New conservation camp at Jean - advance planning....................................... 07-P29.......................................................................................................................... $618,631

             One housing unit at NNCC – advance planning................................................ 07-P30.......................................................................................................................... $668,360

      5.  Capital improvements for the Department of Cultural Affairs:

             ADA connecting structure at Nevada State Museum in Carson City........... 07-C01...................................................................................................................... $2,860,041

             New State Museum in Las Vegas – deferred construction.............................. 07-C02...................................................................................................................... $8,295,033

             Department of Cultural Affairs Resource Center............................................. 07-C19.......................................................................................................................... $741,227

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      6.  Capital improvements for the Department of Information Technology:

             Second UPS and generator systems at Computer Facility............................. 07-M35.......................................................................................................................... $915,910

      7.  Capital improvements for the Department of Health and Human Services:

             Surveillance cameras and recording devices at Summit View Youth Correctional Center............................................................................................................................ 07-M27.......................................................................................................................... $540,464

             Door, security and key card entry at Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services............................................................................................................................ 07-M28...................................................................................................................... $1,016,790

             Door replacement at Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services........ 07-M29.......................................................................................................................... $132,310

             Restroom renovation at Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services. 07-M31...................................................................................................................... $1,872,862

             Desert Willow Treatment Center addition of 14 beds...................................... 07-C26.................................................................................................................... $10,108,378

             Consolidated facility planning and building renovations for NNAMHS and NNCAS 07-C30............................................................................................................... $8,202,003

             Hot water system rehabilitation at Desert Regional Center........................... 07-M13.......................................................................................................................... $410,539

             Panic alarm system for Dini-Townsend Hospital............................................. 07-M34.......................................................................................................................... $318,767

             Advance planning and land acquisition for 50-bed forensic treatment facility 07-P31...................................................................................................................... $9,054,858

      8.  Capital improvements for the Office of the Military:

             Acquire land for future state agency facilities and training sites.................... 07-C21.......................................................................................................................... $111,555

             Civil Support Team WMD facility in Las Vegas............................................... 07-C27...................................................................................................................... $6,546,936

             National Guard Complex site entry and guard building in Carson City....... 07-C31.......................................................................................................................... $226,758

             North Las Vegas Armory storage building.......................................................... 07-C32.......................................................................................................................... $135,297

             Climate control upgrade at North Las Vegas Armory..................................... 07-M12.......................................................................................................................... $205,828

             Emergency generator for the Office of the Adjutant General....................... 07-M32.......................................................................................................................... $180,606

             Emergency generator for the North Las Vegas Armory.................................. 07-M33.......................................................................................................................... $153,472

             Elko Readiness Center - planning......................................................................... 07-P06.......................................................................................................................... $371,072

      9.  Capital Improvements for the Nevada System of Higher Education:

             Furnishings, equipment and additional construction for Math and Science Center, UNR............................................................................................................................. 07-C11.................................................................................................................... $13,291,948

             Furnishings and equipment for classroom building on West Charleston Campus of CCSN.................................................................................................................. 07-C13...................................................................................................................... $3,231,491

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

             Furnishings and equipment for Transportation Technology Building on Cheyenne Campus of CCSN............................................................................................. 07-C14...................................................................................................................... $1,890,643

             Furnishings and equipment for Electrical and Industrial Technology Building, GBC 07-C15............................................................................................................... $1,270,298

             Furnishings, equipment and additional construction for Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Building, UNLV................................................................................... 07-C16.................................................................................................................... $17,362,043

             Cave Automated Virtual Environment facility at DRI - construction completion 07-C17...................................................................................................................... $5,757,579

             Life safety improvements of Bristlecone Building at WNCC......................... 07-C24...................................................................................................................... $2,683,420

             Shadow Lane Biomedical Research Building, UNHSS.................................... 07-C89...................................................................................................................... $3,734,348

             Medical Education Learning Lab Building, UNHSS...................................... 07-C90a.................................................................................................................... $33,100,000

             Renovation of Savitt Hall for School of Medicine, UNHSS......................... 07-C90b...................................................................................................................... $2,000,000

             Renovation of Cain Hall for School of Nursing, UNHSS.............................. 07-C90c.......................................................................................................................... $500,000

             Shadow Lane Advanced Clinical Training and Research Center, UNHSS 07-C91a.................................................................................................................... $30,900,002

             TMCC Red Mountain Building fire code deficiencies.................................... 07-M04...................................................................................................................... $1,753,683

             Structural reinforcement of IGT Building, TMCC........................................... 07-M38...................................................................................................................... $1,682,271

      10.  Capital improvements for the Department of Public Safety:

             Replace Campos Office Building and parking area......................................... 07-C22.................................................................................................................... $50,904,393

      11.  Capital improvements for the Office of Veterans’ Services:

             Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery off-site street improvements............ 07-C23.......................................................................................................................... $895,764

             Veterans’ Nursing Home central dining room.................................................... 07-C25.......................................................................................................................... $837,157

             HVAC replacement at Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery Administration Building............................................................................................................................ 07-M11............................................................................................................................ $41,776

             Southern Nevada Veterans’ Cemetery expansion - planning     07-P05 $294,671

      Sec. 4.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in section 3 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 5.  1.  The State Board of Finance may issue the bonds authorized pursuant to section 3 of this act at the time deemed appropriate by the Board based on the schedule established for the completion of the projects described in that section.

 


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      2.  The State Controller may advance temporarily from the State General Fund, upon the approval of the Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration, to the State Public Works Board, until the date on which bonds authorized by section 3 of this act are sold, amounts necessary to facilitate the start of the projects enumerated in section 3 of this act. The State Controller shall not advance more than the face amount of the bonds authorized to be issued. The advanced amounts must be repaid immediately to the State General Fund upon the sale of the bonds or not later than the last business day in August immediately following the end of the fiscal year the advance is made.

      3.  The Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration shall notify the State Controller and the Senate and Assembly Fiscal Analysts of the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau of the approval of an advance from the State General Fund to the State Public Works Board pursuant to subsection 2.

      Sec. 6.  There is hereby appropriated from the State Highway Fund to the State Public Works Board the sum of $19,433,162 to support the Board in carrying out the program of capital improvements summarized in this section. This amount is allocated to projects numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as follows:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      1.  Southern Training Academy and Highway Patrol substation......................... 07-C29.................................................................................................................... $16,907,804

      2.  Temperature controls upgrade at Sahara DMV Building................................ 07-M20.......................................................................................................................... $259,008

      3.  Window replacement at Carson City DMV Building....................................... 07-M23.......................................................................................................................... $503,594

      4.  Statewide Roofing Program.................................................................................... 07-S01...................................................................................................................... $1,066,404

      5.  Statewide Paving Program...................................................................................... 07-S05.......................................................................................................................... $696,352

      Sec. 7.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by section 6 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State Highway Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 8.  The amounts appropriated pursuant to section 6 of this act from the State Highway Fund must be allocated by the State Controller as the money is required for the projects and must not be transferred to the projects from the State Highway Fund until required to make contract payments.

      Sec. 9.  The University of Nevada School of Medicine shall transfer the sum of $3,386,574 from the amount appropriated pursuant to section 25 of chapter 538, Statutes of Nevada 1999, at page 2765, for the University of Nevada School of Medicine for capital improvements required to establish a program in Las Vegas that is designed to provide health care services to persons for whom health care is not readily accessible in this State, to the project as authorized in section 14 of this act.

 


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      Sec. 10.  The State Public Works Board shall transfer the sum of $1,375,218 from the amount appropriated pursuant to section 2 of chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at pages 2993 to 2995, inclusive, for project 01-M5, Improvements to the Clear Creek Youth Center, to the project numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as project 07-C85, Demolition of Clear Creek Youth Center.

      Sec. 11.  Any remaining balance of the amount transferred in section 10 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 12.  The State Public Works Board shall transfer the sum of $1,081,077 from the amount allocated pursuant to section 1 of chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at pages 3496 to 3500, inclusive, for project 03-C99L, Study and Design of Heart Transplant Facility and Construction of Embalming Facility and Plasticization Lab, UNR School of Medicine, to the project as authorized in section 14 of this act.

      Sec. 13.  The State Public Works Board shall transfer the sum of $1,275,651 from the amount appropriated pursuant to section 1 of chapter 398, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at pages 1543 to 1547, inclusive, for project 05-P29L, Advance planning of academic medical center for School of Medicine in Las Vegas, to the project as authorized in section 14 of this act.

      Sec. 14.  The State Public Works Board shall use the $5,743,302 transferred from the program and projects identified in sections 9, 12 and 13 of this act to support the Board in carrying out the program of capital improvements summarized in this section. This amount is allocated to the project numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as project 07-C89, Shadow Lane Biomedical Research Building, UNHSS.

      Sec. 15.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amount in section 14 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, and reverts to the fund of origin on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 16.  Expenditure of the following sums not appropriated from the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund is hereby authorized for the following projects numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as follows:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      1.  Veterans’ Nursing Home central dining room..................................................... 07-C25.......................................................................................................................... $796,579

      2.  Civil Support Team WMD facility in Las Vegas................................................ 07-C27.................................................................................................................... $14,000,000

      3.  National Guard Complex site entry and guard building in Carson City........ 07-C31.......................................................................................................................... $247,500

      4.  North Las Vegas Armory storage building........................................................... 07-C32.......................................................................................................................... $405,893

 


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      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      5.  Demolition of the old National Guard Armory, Carson City........................... 07-C33.......................................................................................................................... $861,470

      6.  Northern Nevada emergency vehicle operations course................................... 07-C52...................................................................................................................... $2,664,758

      7.  Medical Education Learning Lab Building, UNHSS....................................... 07-C90a.................................................................................................................... $12,900,000

      8.  Shadow Lane Advanced Clinical Training and Research Center, UNHSS. 07-C91a.................................................................................................................... $25,800,000

      9.  Climate control upgrade at North Las Vegas Armory...................................... 07-M12.......................................................................................................................... $285,425

      10.  Emergency generator for the Office of the Adjutant General...................... 07-M32.......................................................................................................................... $250,449

      11.  Emergency generator for the North Las Vegas Armory................................ 07-M33.......................................................................................................................... $212,824

      12.  Elko Readiness Center - planning........................................................................ 07-P06.......................................................................................................................... $495,000

      13.  Statewide Advance Planning Program............................................................... 07-S04............................................................................................................................ $42,000

      14.  Statewide Asbestos, IAQ, Mold, Lead Paint...................................................... 07-S06.......................................................................................................................... $200,000

      15.  Statewide Building Official Project Program..................................................... 07-S09.......................................................................................................................... $943,661

      Sec. 17.  The State Public Works Board shall not execute a contract for the construction of the following projects until the Board has determined that the money authorized for those projects pursuant to section 16 of this act is available for expenditure for those projects and cannot be expended for other purposes:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.

 

      1.  Medical Education Learning Lab Building, UNHSS....................................... 07-C90a

      2.  Shadow Lane Advanced Clinical Training and Research Center, UNHSS. 07-C91a

      Sec. 18.  The amount of the allocation made by section 3 of this act for project 07-C25, Veterans’ Nursing Home central dining room, must be decreased to the extent that the receipt of money authorized for the project pursuant to section 16 of this act is exceeded, but such a decrease must not jeopardize the receipts of such money as is to be received from other sources, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 19.  The State Public Works Board shall not execute a contract for the design or construction of project 07-C27, Civil Support Team WMD facility in Las Vegas, until the Board has determined that the money authorized for this project pursuant to section 16 of this act for the relevant budget item for the project is available for expenditure for this project and cannot be expended for other purposes.

      Sec. 20.  The project numbered and described in this act as project 07-C86b, Pre-engineered housing units, is exempt from the administrative regulations concerning consultant selection procedures and the provisions of NRS 338.1711 to 338.1727, inclusive, governing contracts involving design-build teams and the competitive bidding requirements of chapters 333 and 338 of NRS.

 


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NRS 338.1711 to 338.1727, inclusive, governing contracts involving design-build teams and the competitive bidding requirements of chapters 333 and 338 of NRS.

      Sec. 21.  Acquisition of the automated storage and retrieval system for the project numbered and described in this act as project 07-C10, Furnishings and equipment for Knowledge Center, UNR, is exempt from the competitive bidding requirements of chapter 338 of NRS.

      Sec. 22.  The following projects enumerated in this act are exempt from the competitive bidding requirements of chapter 338 of NRS:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.

 

      1.  Phase V housing units at HDSP............................................................................. 07-C04

      2.  Completion of phase IV housing units at HDSP................................................ 07-C87

      Sec. 23.  Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 341.145, the State Public Works Board may authorize a change order exceeding 10 percent of any former contracts to include any of the following projects enumerated in this act if it determines that changing existing contracts is the most effective and efficient manner of carrying out any of these projects:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.

 

      1.  Phase V housing units at HDSP............................................................................. 07-C04

      2.  Completion of phase IV housing units at HDSP................................................ 07-C87

      3.  HVAC repairs to evaporative media at ESP.................................................... 07-M01b

      4.  Grant Sawyer Building tile, concrete, fountain and flagpole........................ 07-M02b

      Sec. 24.  The State Public Works Board is authorized to use construction manager at risk services for the project numbered and described in this act as project 07-M04, TMCC Red Mountain Building fire code deficiencies.

      Sec. 25.  The State Public Works Board shall carry out the provisions of this act as provided in chapter 341 of NRS. The Board shall ensure that qualified persons are employed to accomplish the authorized work. Every contract pertaining to the work must be approved by the Attorney General.

      Sec. 26.  All state and local governmental agencies involved in the design and construction of the projects enumerated in this act shall cooperate with the State Public Works Board to expedite the completion of the project.

      Sec. 27.  1.  An ad valorem tax of 15.85 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property is hereby levied for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and an ad valorem tax of 15.85 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property is hereby levied for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009. The taxes levied must be collected in the manner provided in chapter 361 of NRS on all taxable property in this State including the net proceeds of minerals and excluding such property as is by law exempt from taxation. Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 361.453 to the contrary, 0.85 cents of the levies imposed pursuant to this subsection must not be included in calculating the limitation set forth in subsection 1 of NRS 361.453 on the total ad valorem tax levied for all public purposes.

      2.  An ad valorem tax of 1.15 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property is hereby levied for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and an ad valorem tax of 1.15 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property is hereby levied for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009.

 


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July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and an ad valorem tax of 1.15 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property is hereby levied for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009. The taxes levied must be collected in the manner provided in chapter 361 of NRS on all taxable property in this State including the net proceeds of minerals and excluding such property as is by law exempt from taxation. The proceeds of the taxes levied pursuant to this subsection must be used exclusively for the repayment of bonded indebtedness issued pursuant to the provisions of chapter 6, Statutes of Nevada 2001 Special Session. Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 361.453 to the contrary, the levies imposed pursuant to this subsection must not be included in calculating the limitation set forth in subsection 1 of NRS 361.453 on the total ad valorem tax levied for all public purposes.

      3.  The proceeds of the taxes levied by this section are hereby appropriated for each fiscal year to the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund to discharge the obligations of the State of Nevada as they are respectively due in that fiscal year. Any balance of the money appropriated by this section remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years does not revert to the State General Fund.

      Sec. 28.  1.  On or before July 1, 2007, and July 1, 2008, the State Controller shall estimate the amount of proceeds of the taxes levied by section 27 of this act. If the amount is less than the total obligation of the State of Nevada for payment of the interest on and principal of bonds which will become due in the fiscal year, he shall reserve in the State General Fund an amount which is sufficient to pay the remainder of the total obligation. The State Controller may revise the estimate and amount reserved.

      2.  If the money in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund is insufficient to pay those obligations as they become due, the State Controller shall cause the money in reserve to be transferred from the State General Fund to the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund. The amount reserved is hereby contingently appropriated for that purpose. Any balance of the sums appropriated by this subsection remaining at the end of the respective fiscal years must not be committed for expenditure after June 30 of the respective fiscal years and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, respectively.

      3.  The State Controller shall report to the Legislature or, if the Legislature is not in session, to the Interim Finance Committee:

      (a) The amount of any estimate made pursuant to subsection 1 and the amount of money reserved in the State General Fund based upon the estimate;

      (b) The amount of money transferred from the State General Fund pursuant to subsection 2; and

      (c) The amount of money which reverts to the State General Fund pursuant to subsection 2.

      Sec. 29.  The State Board of Finance, in its capacity as the State General Obligation Bond Commission and to the extent that money is available, shall pay the expenses related to the issuance of general obligation bonds approved by the 74th Session of the Nevada Legislature from the proceeds of those bonds.

      Sec. 30.  Expenditure of the following sums not appropriated from the State General Fund or the State Highway Fund is hereby authorized from the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund in the amount of $127,859,881 for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and in the amount of $132,536,696 for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009.

 


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Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund in the amount of $127,859,881 for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, and in the amount of $132,536,696 for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009.

      Sec. 31.  1.  With the approval of the Interim Finance Committee, the State Public Works Board and the Nevada System of Higher Education may transfer appropriated, allocated and authorized money from one project to another within the same agency or within the Nevada System of Higher Education for those projects listed in sections 1, 3, 14, 16 and 32 of this act.

      2.  Transfers of money between the following projects enumerated in this act for the University of Nevada Health Sciences System, as authorized in subsection 1, shall maintain the overall ratio of appropriated, allocated and authorized money in total for these projects as provided for in sections 1, 3, 14, 16 and 40 of this act.

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.

 

      1.  Shadow Lane Biomedical Research Building, UNHSS..................................... 07-C89

      2.  Medical Education Learning Lab Building, UNHSS....................................... 07-C90a

      3.  Renovation of Savitt Hall for School of Medicine, UNHSS.......................... 07-C90b

      4.  Renovation of Cain Hall for School of Nursing, UNHSS............................... 07-C90c

      5.  Shadow Lane Advanced Clinical Training and Research Center, UNHSS. 07-C91a

      Sec. 32.  The money collected pursuant to the annual tax on slot machines imposed pursuant to NRS 463.385 that is distributed to the Special Capital Construction Fund for Higher Education, except any amount of that money which is needed to pay the principal and interest on bonds, is appropriated to the State Public Works Board for the following capital improvement projects for the Nevada System of Higher Education:

 

      Description                                                                                                                 Project No.                          Amount

 

      Campus Improvements-CCSN............................................................................... 07-M47a.......................................................................................................................... $492,190

      Campus Improvements-DRI................................................................................... 07-M47b............................................................................................................................ $40,365

      Campus Improvements-GBC.................................................................................. 07-M47c.............................................................................................................................. $5,950

      Campus Improvements-TMCC.............................................................................. 07-M47e.......................................................................................................................... $276,156

      Campus Improvements-UNLV............................................................................... 07-M47g...................................................................................................................... $1,920,240

      Campus Improvements-UNR.................................................................................. 07-M47h...................................................................................................................... $2,098,938

      Campus Improvements-WNCC............................................................................... 07-M47i.......................................................................................................................... $166,161

      Sec. 33.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by section 32 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the fund of origin on or before September 16, 2011.

 


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      Sec. 34.  Section 11 of chapter 478, Statutes of Nevada 1997, as last amended by section 25 of chapter 398, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 1553, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 11.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 10 of Chapter 478, Statutes of Nevada 1997, at page 1832, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2001, and must be reverted to the bond interest and redemption account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 21, 2001.

      2.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 10 of Chapter 478, Statutes of Nevada 1997, at page 1832, for projects enumerated in Section 17 of Chapter 542, Statutes of Nevada 1999, at page 2830, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2003, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 19, 2003.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 10 of Chapter 478, Statutes of Nevada 1997, at page 1832, for projects enumerated in Section 19 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 3000, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2005, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 16, 2005.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 10 of Chapter 478, Statutes of Nevada 1997, at page 1832, for project 97-C15, Lied Library, UNLV, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, [2007,] 2009, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before [September 21, 2007.] September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 35.  Section 3 of chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, as last amended by section 27 of chapter 398, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 1556, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 3.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in [subsection 2,] this section, any remaining balance of the appropriations made by Section 2 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2993, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2005, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2005.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriations made by Section 2 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2993, for the following projects, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2007, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 21, 2007:

 

       Description                                                                                                    Project No.

 

       (a) Upgrade exercise areas of units 1-8 at ESP........................................ 01-M30

       (b) Replace windows in housing units 1-4 at NNCC............................... 01-M33

       (c) Upgrade pedestrian entrance area at SDCC....................................... 01-M38

 


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       Description                                                                                                    Project No.

 

       (d) Advance planning for 2003 and future CIP Programs........................ 01-C5

       (e) Capitol, capitol annex and Blasdel building renovations................. 01-C10

       (f) Repairs and improvements to Grant Sawyer state office building... 01-M4

       (g) Improvements to the Clear Creek Youth Center................................. 01-M5

       (h) [Replace door locks on housing units at Caliente Youth Center.... 01-M13

       (i)] Sewage treatment plant improvements at SNCC, LCC, PCC and ECC 01-M40

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriations made by section 2 of chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2993, for project 01-M13, Replace door locks on housing units at Caliente Youth Center, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 36.  Section 5 of chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, as last amended by section 28 of chapter 398, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 1556, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 5.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 4 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2995, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2005, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 16, 2005.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 4 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2995, for project 01-C4, New State Motor Pool building, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2007, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 21, 2007.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 4 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2995, for project 01-C16, furnishings and build-out, Redfield campus, phase I, UNR, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2006, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 15, 2006.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in Section 4 of Chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2995, for the following projects, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2007, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 21, 2007:

 


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June 30, 2007, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 21, 2007:

 

       Description                                                                                                    Project No.

 

       (a) Finalize southern Nevada veterans’ home............................................ 01-C8

       (b) Special children’s clinic addition and remodel...................................... 01-C9

       (c) Capitol, capitol annex and Blasdel building renovations................. 01-C10

       (d) [National Guard Rural Armory renovations....................................... 01-C12

       (e) Planning, design and utility infrastructure for science and engineering complex, UNLV.............................................................................. 01-C15

       (f)] Furnishings and build-out of library and student center, WNCC.... 01-C18

       [(g) Wright Hall addition and renovation, UNLV..................................... 01-C23

       (h) New campus library, UNR...................................................................... 01-C24

       (i) Academic and student services building, NSC..................................... 01-C25

       (j)] (e) Telecommunications building on Cheyenne campus, CCSN. 01-C29L

       [(k)] (f) HVAC upgrades at computer facility, Carson City.................. 01-M26

       [(l)] (g) Replace boiler, pumps and piping at computer facility, Carson City.......................................................................................................... 01-M27

       [(m)] (h) Statewide roofing program.............................................................. 01-S1

       [(n)] (i) Statewide ADA program.................................................................... 01-S2

       [(o)] (j) Statewide fire sprinkler program....................................................... 01-S3

      5.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in section 4 of chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 2995, for the following projects, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 18, 2009:

 

       Description                                                                                                   Project No.

 

       (a) National Guard Rural Armory renovations....................................... 01-C12

       (b) Planning, design and utility infrastructure for science and engineering complex, UNLV.............................................................................. 01-C15

       (c) Wright Hall addition and renovation, UNLV.................................... 01-C23

       (d) New campus library, UNR..................................................................... 01-C24

       (e) Academic and student services building, NSC.................................. 01-C25

      Sec. 37.  Section 25 of chapter 585, Statutes of Nevada 2001, at page 3004, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 25.  1.  The State Controller may advance temporarily from the state general fund, upon the approval of the Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration, to the State Public Works Board, until the date on which the sums not appropriated from the state general fund or the state highway fund for project 01-C7, veterans’ cemetery expansion, phase IV, are received, $300,000 .

 


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$300,000 . [to facilitate the start of the project.] The advanced amounts must be repaid immediately to the state general fund upon the receipt of the sums not appropriated from the state general fund or the state highway fund or not later than the last business day in August immediately following the end of the fiscal year the advance is made.

      2.  The Chief of the Budget Division of the Department of Administration shall notify the State Controller and the Senate and Assembly Fiscal Analysts of the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau of the approval of an advance from the state general fund to the State Public Works Board pursuant to subsection 1.

      Sec. 38.  Section 2 of chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3500, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 2.  [Any]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in section 1 of [this act] chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3496, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2007, and [reverts] must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund [as soon as all payments of money committed have been made.] on or before September 21, 2007.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the allocated amounts authorized in section 1 of chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3496, for the following projects, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, and must be reverted to the Bond Interest and Redemption Account in the Consolidated Bond Interest and Redemption Fund on or before September 18, 2009:

 

       Description                                                                                                   Project No.

 

       (a) New metal building for recreational use at Caliente Youth Center..... 03-C17

       (b) UNLV science engineering and technology complex construction...... 03-C23

       (c) Maxey Science Center, Building Renovations and Addition, DRI....... 03-C91L

       (d) Repair exterior sidewalks at Grant Sawyer State Office Building. 03-M2

       (e) Renovate swimming pool at the Caliente Youth Center................. 03-M26

       (f) Renovate heating systems in cottages at the Caliente Youth Center.... 03-M27

       (g) Renovate hot water tanks in cottages at the Caliente Youth Center.... 03-M27A

       (h) Statewide Fire Sprinkler Program......................................................... 03-S3

       (i) Statewide Asbestos, Lead, Mold, IAQ Program.................................... 03-S6

 


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      Sec. 39.  Section 7 of chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3502, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 7.  [Any]

      1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, any remaining balance of the appropriations made by section 6 of [this act] chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3501, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2007, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 21, 2007, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and [reverts] must be reverted to the State Highway Fund [as soon as all payments of money committed have been made.] on or before September 21, 2007.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriated amounts authorized in section 6 of chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3501, for project 03-C9, New DMV field services office in North Las Vegas, must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State Highway Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 40.  Section 80 of chapter 482, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 2462, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 80.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the [Interim Finance Committee] State Public Works Board the sum of $4,000,000 [for allocation to the School of Medicine of the Nevada System of Higher Education for expenses relating to architectural design, engineering and construction of an academic Medical Center with an organ transplant center located in Clark County.] to support the Board in carrying out the program of capital improvements summarized in this section. This amount is allocated to the project numbered and described in the Executive Budget for the 2007-2009 biennium or otherwise described as project 07-C89, Shadow Lane Biomedical Research Building, UNHSS.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, [2009,] 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before [September 18, 2009.] September 16, 2011.

 


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      Sec. 41.  1.  NRS 338.190 and 701.217 are hereby repealed.

      2.  Section 5 of chapter 512, Statutes of Nevada 2003, at page 3501, is hereby repealed.

      3.  Section 3 of chapter 2, Statutes of Nevada 2005, 22nd Special Session, at page 69, is hereby repealed.

      Sec. 42.  1.  This section, subsections 1 and 3 of section 1 of this act, and sections 2 to 41, inclusive, of this act become effective upon passage and approval.

      2.  Subsections 2 and 4 of section 1 of this act become effective on July 1, 2007.

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CHAPTER 348, AB 629

Assembly Bill No. 629–Committee on Ways and Means

 

CHAPTER 348

 

AN ACT relating to financial administration; making appropriations for various projects and programs that benefit the residents of this State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

 

[Approved: June 13, 2007]

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

 

      Section 1.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the City of Las Vegas for allocation to the New Ventures Capital Development Company the sum of $350,000 to capitalize a revolving loan fund to make Small Business Administration loans to minority businesses.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the New Ventures Capital Development Company shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the New Ventures Capital Development Company through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the New Ventures Capital Development Company through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the New Ventures Capital Development Company, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 2.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Interim Finance Committee the sum of $1,000,000 for allocation to local governments to provide alternatives for persons who are homeless.

      2.  The Interim Finance Committee shall appoint a subcommittee to consider applications from local governments for an allocation from the money appropriated by subsection 1 and shall make recommendations to the Committee concerning each allocation.

      3.  The recommendations of the subcommittee and the allocations made by the Committee must encourage regional cooperation regarding alternatives for homelessness and must be focused on providing transitional housing and supportive services to persons who are homeless.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 3.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Housing Division of the Department of Business and Industry the sum of $1,000,000 to provide grants to encourage the creation of employer-assisted housing programs.

      2.  The Housing Division shall adopt regulations to govern the provision of grants pursuant to subsection 1, which must include, without limitation, criteria for determining eligibility for such programs.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      4.  As used in this section, “employer-assisted housing program” means a program for the provision of down-payment assistance, closing-cost assistance, reduced-interest mortgages, mortgage guarantees, rental subsidies or individual development account savings plans, or any combination thereof, to assist employees in securing affordable housing in this State.

      Sec. 4.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Secretary of State the sum of $200,000 to establish and maintain the Registry of Advance Directives for Health Care on his Internet website.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 5.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Legislative Fund created by NRS 218.085 the sum of $175,000 for the Legislative Auditor to enter into a contract with a qualified, independent consultant to conduct a performance audit of each agency which provides child welfare services.

      2.  The consultant shall perform random unannounced visits to the agencies which provide child welfare services. During those visits, the consultant shall review files of open and closed cases concerning children who have been abused or neglected. The consultant shall:

      (a) Review the manner in which the agencies which provide child welfare services document, respond to and report cases of child abuse or neglect;

      (b) Review the procedures used by the agencies which provide child welfare services to determine whether to close a case;

      (c) Determine whether the agencies which provide child welfare services are complying with federal and state laws in the manner in which they carry out their responsibilities with respect to child abuse or neglect;

      (d) Evaluate the effectiveness and availability of appropriate intervention services;

      (e) Determine the frequency with which the agencies which provide child welfare services have direct contact with children placed in foster homes or emergency shelters;

      (f) Determine whether the agencies which provide child welfare services have successfully incorporated the recommendations set forth in the Report of the Clark County Blue Ribbon Panel for the Review of Child Deaths and of the Northern Blue Ribbon Panel for the Review of Child Deaths, as applicable; and

      (g) Evaluate the progress and efforts made towards meeting the requirements set forth in the federally approved Performance Improvement Plan and Corrective Action Plan.

      3.  The consultant shall, in determining the frequency with which the agencies which provide child welfare services have direct contact with children placed in foster homes or emergency shelters pursuant to paragraph (e) of subsection 2, determine whether:

      (a) The frequency of visits is in accordance with the established policy of each agency which provides child welfare services concerning the frequency of visits to children placed in foster homes or emergency shelters; and

      (b) The frequency of visits to each child is appropriate for that child.

      4.  In reviewing the files of open and closed cases concerning children who have been abused or neglected, the consultant:

      (a) Shall, if he becomes aware of circumstances which he reasonably believes may cause a child to be in imminent danger of abuse or neglect, immediately report those circumstances to the appropriate agency which provides child welfare services; and

 


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      (b) May interview any relative, foster parent or any other person identified in a case file who may have additional information concerning the case.

      5.  Each agency which provides child welfare services shall:

      (a) Cooperate with the consultant;

      (b) Allow the consultant to inspect, review and copy any records, reports and other documents relevant to the duties of the consultant;

      (c) Provide access to the consultant to any facility within its jurisdiction which has custody of children pursuant to court order; and

      (d) Allow the consultant to interview members of the staff of those facilities and children who are in the custody of those facilities.

      6.  The independent consultant shall prepare and submit a report of the performance audit to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau not later than October 1, 2008.

      7.  Not later than October 1, 2007:

      (a) The Legislative Auditor shall enter into a contract with an independent consultant pursuant to subsection 1; and

      (b) The Legislative Commission shall review the contract.

      8.  The contract does not become effective unless approved by the Legislative Commission.

      9.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      10.  As used in this section, “agency which provides child welfare services” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 432B.030.

      Sec. 6.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Legislative Fund created by NRS 218.085 the sum of $250,000 for the Legislative Auditor to employ or contract with an auditor to serve as the Child Welfare Specialist.

      2.  The Child Welfare Specialist shall:

      (a) Conduct such performance audits of governmental facilities for children as assigned by the Legislative Auditor; and

      (b) Inspect, review and survey other governmental and private facilities for children to determine whether such facilities adequately protect the health, safety and welfare of the children in the facilities and whether the facilities respect the civil and other rights of the children in their care.

      3.  In performing its duties pursuant to this section, the Child Welfare Specialist shall:

      (a) Receive and review copies of all guidelines used by governmental and private facilities for children concerning the health, safety, welfare, and civil and other rights of children;

      (b) Receive and review copies of each complaint that is filed by any child or other person on behalf of a child who is under the care of a governmental or private facility for children concerning the health, safety, welfare, and civil and other rights of the child;

 


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      (c) Perform unannounced site visits and on-site inspections of governmental and private facilities for children;

      (d) Review reports and other documents prepared by governmental and private facilities for children concerning the disposition of any complaint which was filed by a child or any other person on behalf of a child concerning the health, safety, welfare, and civil and other rights of the child;

      (e) Review practices, policies and procedures of governmental and private facilities for children for filing and investigating complaints made by children under their care or by any other person on behalf of such children concerning the health, safety, welfare, and civil and other rights of the children;

      (f) Receive, review and evaluate all information and reports from governmental and private facilities for children relating to a child who suffers a fatality or near fatality while under the care or custody of a governmental or private facility for children; and

      (g) Perform such other duties as directed by the Legislative Auditor.

      4.  Each governmental and private facility for children shall:

      (a) Cooperate fully with the Child Welfare Specialist;

      (b) Allow the Child Welfare Specialist to enter the facility and any area within the facility with or without prior notice;

      (c) Allow the Child Welfare Specialist to interview children and staff at the facility;

      (d) Allow the Child Welfare Specialist to inspect, review and copy any records, reports and other documents relevant to the duties of the Child Welfare Specialist; and

      (e) Forward to the Child Welfare Specialist copies of any complaint that is filed by a child under the care or custody of a governmental or private facility for children or by any other person on behalf of such a child concerning the health, safety, welfare, and civil and other rights of the child.

      5.  When conducting any performance audit pursuant to this section, the Child Welfare Specialist shall carry out his duties in accordance with the provisions of NRS 218.737 to 218.893, inclusive.

      6.  The Legislative Auditor and the Child Welfare Specialist shall keep or cause to be kept a complete file of copies of all reports of audits, examinations, investigations and all other reports or releases issued by him.

      7.  All working papers from an audit are confidential and may be destroyed by the Legislative Auditor or the Child Welfare Specialist 5 years after the report is issued, except that the Legislative Auditor or the Child Welfare Specialist:

      (a) Shall release such working papers when subpoenaed by a court; and

      (b) May make such working papers available for inspection by an authorized representative of any other governmental entity for a matter officially before him.

      8.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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      9.  As used in this section:

      (a) “Governmental facility for children” means any facility, detention center, treatment center, hospital, institution, group shelter or other establishment which is owned or operated by a governmental entity and which has physical custody of children pursuant to the order of a court.

      (b) “Near fatality” means an act that places a child in serious or critical condition as verified orally or in writing by a physician, a registered nurse or other licensed provider of health care. Such verification may be given in person or by telephone, mail, electronic mail or facsimile.

      (c) “Private facility for children” means any facility, detention center, treatment center, hospital, institution, group shelter or other establishment which is owned or operated by a person or entity which has physical custody of children pursuant to the order of a court.

      Sec. 7.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $200,000 to provide funding for the continued operation of the statewide information and referral system implemented pursuant to NRS 232.359.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 8.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the sum of $400,000 to fund operational expenses for the Women’s Research Institute of Nevada and the National Education for Women’s Leadership Program which develops civic leaders among college women.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 9.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $250,000 to establish programs to increase public awareness of health care information concerning hospital and surgical centers for ambulatory patients and to establish and maintain an Internet website that includes such information.

      2.  The Department shall adopt regulations to implement the programs set forth in subsection 1, which must include, without limitation, the collection, maintenance and provision of the information.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 10.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $160,000 for creation of a website to provide information to consumers relating to pharmacies and the prices of commonly prescribed prescription drugs.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 11.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Consumer Affairs Division of the Department of Business and Industry the sum of $180,000 for costs relating to the creation of the Office of Ombudsman of Consumer Affairs for Minorities.

      2.  The Office of Ombudsman of Consumer Affairs for Minorities is hereby created within the Consumer Affairs Division of the Department of Business and Industry. The Ombudsman shall:

      (a) Provide for continued educational, outreach and service programs for minority groups pertaining to consumer fraud; and

      (b) Assist the Nevada Commission on Minority Affairs created by NRS 233J.020.

      3.  The Director of the Department shall appoint the Ombudsman of Consumer Affairs for Minorities.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 12.  Section 22 of chapter 7, Statutes of Nevada 2003, 20th Special Session, at page 269, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 22.  1.  This section and sections 1 to 10, inclusive, and 21 of this act become effective upon passage and approval . [, and expire by limitation on June 30, 2007.]

      2.  Sections 11 to 20, inclusive, of this act become effective on October 1, 2003.

      Sec. 13.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $1,200,000 to establish a program that provides a monthly subsidy of up to $100 toward a policy of insurance purchased by an employee or the spouse of an employee:

 


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      (a) Who does not have a child;

      (b) Who works for an employer that employs at least 2 but not more than 50 employees;

      (c) Whose household income is less than 200 percent of the federally designated level signifying poverty; and

      (d) Who is otherwise ineligible for Medicaid.

Ê The program must be coordinated and operated in a manner similar to the program established pursuant to NRS 422.2727 for employees who have children. Expenditures for the program must not exceed the amount appropriated pursuant to this subsection.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 14.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $500,000 to develop an outreach plan to assist uninsured persons in enrolling in health insurance programs. A portion of the plan must be targeted at assisting employees of businesses with at least 2 but not more than 50 employees to enroll in programs that provide health insurance and health insurance subsidy programs administered by the Department. The plan must be developed in cooperation with the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Latin Chamber of Commerce, Urban Chamber of Commerce, Asian Chamber of Commerce, Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce and Reno Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 15.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the William S. Boyd School of Law within the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the sum of $250,000 to support the expansion of the operations of the Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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      Sec. 16.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $223,821 for the costs relating to the appointment of the Coordinator of Vascular Health.

      2.  The Administrator of the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services shall appoint a Coordinator for Vascular Health. The Coordinator shall perform such duties relating to vascular health as directed by the Administrator.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 17.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Transportation the sum of $250,000 for rural transit operations for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Program.

      2.  The Department of Transportation shall seek matching federal funds available for rural transit for the money appropriated by subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 18.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Conservation Commission of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources the sum of $250,000 for equal distribution to conservation districts pursuant to NRS 548.178.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 19.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Pershing County Water Conservation District the sum of $100,000 for emergency repairs to Rodgers Dam.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 20.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $300,000 to provide grants to volunteer organizations that provide emergency medical services in this State for training, equipment and supplies related to such services. The money appropriated pursuant to this subsection must be accounted for separately in an expenditure category in the Emergency Medical Services budget of the Health Division, entitled Grants for Volunteer Emergency Medical Services.

      2.  The Health Division, in consultation with the Committee on Emergency Medical Services created pursuant to NRS 450B.151, shall establish:

      (a) The procedures by which a volunteer organization may apply for a grant; and

      (b) The criteria for determining whether to award a grant.

      3.  Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the Health Division shall not award a grant that exceeds $20,000. The Health Division may award a grant that does not exceed $50,000 for the purchase of an ambulance if the volunteer organization provides matching money in an amount equal to the amount of the grant.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 21.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of State Lands of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources the sum of $20,000 for the preservation of historical buildings located on the real property described in section 3 of chapter 391, Statutes of Nevada 2003, commonly known as Floyd Lamb State Park.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 22.  1.  The Commission on Tourism shall, as soon as practicable after July 1, 2007, without depleting the funds necessary for day-to-day operations, transfer $95,924 from the proceeds from the taxes imposed on the revenue from the rental of transient lodging which have been credited to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism, created by NRS 231.250, to Nevada

 


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Ballet Theatre, Inc., for expenses relating to a performing tour in northern and central Nevada during November 2007.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1, Nevada Ballet Theatre, Inc., shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Nevada Ballet Theatre, Inc., through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Nevada Ballet Theatre, Inc., through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of Nevada Ballet Theatre, Inc., regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any balance of the sums transferred pursuant to subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 23.  1.  The Commission on Tourism shall, as soon as practicable after July 1, 2007, without depleting the funds necessary for day-to-day operations, transfer $100,000 from the proceeds from the taxes imposed on the revenue from the rental of transient lodging which have been credited to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism, created by NRS 231.250, to the Neon Museum for expenses relating to construction.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1, the Neon Museum shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Neon Museum through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Neon Museum through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Neon Museum, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any balance of the sums transferred pursuant to subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 24.  1.  The Commission on Tourism shall, as soon as practicable after July 1, 2007, without depleting the funds necessary for day-to-day operations, transfer $100,000 from the proceeds from the taxes imposed on the revenue from the rental of transient lodging which have been credited to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism, created by NRS 231.250, to the Nevada Museum of Art for support of its Art + Environment exhibition series, including educational programs and collection development.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1, the Nevada Museum of Art shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Museum of Art through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Museum of Art through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada Museum of Art, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any balance of the sums transferred pursuant to subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 25.  1.  The Commission on Tourism shall, as soon as practicable after July 1, 2007, without depleting the funds necessary for day-to-day operations, transfer $15,000 from the proceeds from the taxes imposed on the revenue from the rental of transient lodging which have been credited to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism, created by NRS 231.250, to the State Department of Conservation of Natural Resources for expenses relating to conducting a study of the feasibility of establishing and developing a park in the Upper Las Vegas Wash.

      2.  Any balance of the sums transferred pursuant to subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 26.  1.  The Commission on Tourism shall, as soon as practicable after July 1, 2007, without depleting the funds necessary for day-to-day operations, transfer $14,000 from the proceeds from the taxes imposed on the revenue from the rental of transient lodging which have been credited to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism, created by NRS 231.250, to the Brewery Arts Center for the renovation of historical buildings owned and operated by the Brewery Arts Center.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1, the Brewery Arts Center shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Brewery Arts Center through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Brewery Arts Center through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Brewery Arts Center, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any balance of the sums transferred pursuant to subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 27.  1.  The Commission on Tourism shall, as soon as practicable after July 1, 2007, without depleting the funds necessary for day-to-day operations, transfer $75,000 from the proceeds from the taxes imposed on the revenue from the rental of transient lodging which have been credited to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism, created by NRS 231.250, to the Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation for expenses relating to construction of the Fred W. and Mary B. Smith Center for the Performing Arts.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1, the Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation through June 30, 2009; and

 


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the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Las Vegas Performing Arts Center Foundation, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money transferred pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any balance of the sums transferred pursuant to subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the transfer is made or any entity to which money from the transfer is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was transferred or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or provided, and must be reverted to the Fund for the Promotion of Tourism on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 28.  1.  There is hereby created in the State General Fund a disbursement account to be administered by the Legislative Counsel Bureau.

      2.  Money appropriated to the disbursement account for the use of a specific entity must be allocated to that entity from time to time upon the submittal to the Legislative Counsel Bureau of an appropriate request for an allocation that is based on costs incurred.

      Sec. 29.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of the M2 Foundation for Kids in this State the sum of $750,000 for community development activities and enhancement of educational programs for children.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the M2 Foundation for Kids shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the M2 Foundation for Kids through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the M2 Foundation for Kids through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the M2 Foundation for Kids, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 30.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of Three Square the sum of $1,000,000 for the construction of a food production facility.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, Three Square shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Three Square through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2010, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Foundation through December 1, 2010;

      (c) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 16, 2011, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by Three Square through June 30, 2011; and

      (d) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of Three Square, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2011, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 16, 2011, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 16, 2011.

      Sec. 31.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of the Nevada’s Safe Place programs the sum of $300,000 for outreach and other supportive services.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the administrators of Nevada’s Safe Place programs shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada’s Safe Place programs through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada’s Safe Place programs through June 30, 2009; and

 


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      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada’s Safe Place programs, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 32.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of the Nevada Commission for National and Community Service the sum of $365,000 to match federal funding for continuation of its programs dedicated to promoting citizen volunteerism.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Nevada Commission for National and Community Service shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Commission for National and Community Service through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Nevada Commission for National and Community Service through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Nevada Commission for National and Community Service, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which the money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 33.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of the Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League the sum of $300,000 to fund the Southern Nevada Prisoner Re-Entry Coalition, a community-based collaboration to develop and implement a demonstration project to provide alternatives to incarceration for nonviolent offenders and to reintegrate prisoners into community life.

 


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collaboration to develop and implement a demonstration project to provide alternatives to incarceration for nonviolent offenders and to reintegrate prisoners into community life.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which the money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 34.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of the Clark County Medical Society the sum of $200,000 for a pilot program to establish a nonprofit clinic to provide medical care and treatment of persons in this State who are indigent, uninsured or unable to afford health care.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Clark County Medical Society shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Clark County Medical Society through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Clark County Medical Society through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Clark County Medical Society, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 35.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the use of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Foundation, Inc., the sum of $75,000 for the purchase of books and materials for the West Las Vegas Public Library.

      2.  Upon acceptance of the money appropriated by subsection 1, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Foundation, Inc., shall:

      (a) Prepare and transmit a report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before December 15, 2008, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Foundation through December 1, 2008;

      (b) Prepare and transmit a final report to the Interim Finance Committee on or before September 18, 2009, that describes each expenditure made from the money appropriated by subsection 1 from the date on which the money was received by the Foundation through June 30, 2009; and

      (c) Upon request of the Legislative Commission, make available to the Legislative Auditor any of the books, accounts, claims, reports, vouchers or other records of information, confidential or otherwise, of the Foundation, regardless of their form or location, that the Legislative Auditor deems necessary to conduct an audit of the use of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 36.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the disbursement account created by section 28 of this act for the Flight 93 National Memorial Fund the sum of $10,000 for a portion of the cost of the construction of the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, to honor the passengers and crew of Flight 93 that crashed on September 11, 2001.

      Sec. 37.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $203,250 for grants to non-profit agencies to provide direct services such as shelter, crisis phone access, emergency assistance, advocacy, hospital accompaniment and counseling to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

 


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      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 38.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services the sum of $916,050 for use by the Division to increase the support for the Mental Health Court in Clark County, including, without limitation, additional staff required to provide services and supported living arrangements.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 39.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services the sum of $610,700 for use by the Division to increase the support for the Mental Health Court in Washoe County, including, without limitation, additional staff required to provide services and supported living arrangements.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 40.  1.  The Nevada Autism Task Force is hereby created to study and make recommendations to the Governor and the Legislature regarding the growing incidence of autism and ways to improve the delivery and coordination of autism services in the State.

      2.  The Task Force shall consist of 14 members who are appointed as follows:

      (a) One member of the Senate appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate;

      (b) One member of the Senate appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate;

 


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      (c) One member of the Assembly appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly;

      (d) One member of the Assembly appointed by the Minority Leader of the Assembly; and

      (e) Ten members appointed by the Governor, who must include:

             (1) Three parents of children with autism;

             (2) Four representatives of the Autism Coalition of Nevada;

             (3) The Director of the Department of Health and Human Services or his designee;

             (4) The Superintendent of Public Instruction or his designee; and

             (5) An expert in the field of early intervention services.

      3.  The Governor shall designate a Chairman and Vice Chairman for the Task Force from among the 14 members appointed.

      4.  The Task Force shall:

      (a) Hold not more than six open meetings each year where parents, educators and experts in the field, among others, can present testimony and information to the Task Force;

      (b) Review the available literature and consult with experts to gain an understanding of the causes of the disorder and its incidence in Nevada;

      (c) Assess the availability of services currently provided for early screening, diagnosis and treatment of the disorder;

      (d) Review the effectiveness of programs and services currently provided to individuals with autism and their families; and

      (e) Review other issues and concerns that the Task Force believes would be helpful in arriving at sound policy recommendations.

      5.  The Nevada Autism Task Force shall complete its review and submit its findings and recommendations to the Governor and to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the appropriate legislative committees on or before August 1, 2008.

      6.  The Director of the Department of Health and Human Services shall provide the personnel, facilities, equipment and supplies required by the Nevada Autism Task Force to carry out the provisions of this section. The Director may seek additional staff assistance from the Department of Education and the Legislative Counsel Bureau.

      7.  The members of the Nevada Autism Task Force serve without compensation. While engaged in the business of the Task Force, each member is entitled to receive the per diem allowance and travel expenses provided for state officers and employees generally.

      Sec. 41.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $2,000,000 to:

      (a) Provide for expenses of the Nevada Autism Task Force created pursuant to section 40 of this act, including, without limitation, travel and meeting costs;

      (b) Assist parents and legal guardians in paying the costs for the treatment of children with autism; and

      (c) Provide for reasonable administrative expenses incurred by the Department in carrying out the provisions of this section.

Ê Expenditures made pursuant to this subsection must not exceed the amount appropriated pursuant to this subsection.

      2.  The Department of Health and Human Services shall, as soon as practicable, develop a plan for establishing the eligibility requirements for receiving assistance with paying the costs for the treatment of children with autism pursuant to this section and for expending the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

 


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autism pursuant to this section and for expending the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1. The Department must submit to the Interim Finance Committee the plan required pursuant to this subsection and the Interim Finance Committee must approve the plan prior to expending any of the money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 42.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Bureau of Family Health Services of the Health Division of the Department of Health and Human Services the sum of $101,169 to fund 25 diagnostic clinics for fetal alcohol syndrome in northern and southern Nevada as part of the Perinatal Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 43.  The appropriations made by the provisions of this act are not intended to finance ongoing expenditures of state agencies and the expenditures financed with those appropriations must not be included as base budget expenditures in the proposed budget for the Executive Branch of State Government for the 2009-2011 biennium.

      Sec. 44.  In the codification of the Nevada Revised Statutes after the 74th Legislative Session, the Legislative Counsel shall ensure that the Nevada Revised Statutes clearly indicates that the Nevada Commission on Minority Affairs, the expiration of which is removed pursuant to section 12 of this act, is part of the Department of Business and Industry.

      Sec. 45.  1.  This section and sections 2, 3, 7, 8, 12, 15, 19, 28, 29, 30, 33, 43 and 44 of this act become effective upon passage and approval.

      2.  Sections 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20 to 27, inclusive, 31, 32 and 34 to 42, inclusive, of this act become effective on July 1, 2007.

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CHAPTER 349, SB 575

Senate Bill No. 575–Committee on Finance

 

Joint Sponsor: Committee on Ways and Means

 

CHAPTER 349

 

AN ACT relating to state employees; establishing the maximum allowed salaries for certain employees in the classified and unclassified service of the State; making appropriations from the State General Fund and State Highway Fund for increases in the salaries of certain employees of the State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

 

[Approved: June 13, 2007]

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

 

      Section 1.  The following state officers, employees, and medical and related positions in the unclassified service of the State of Nevada are entitled to receive approximate annual salaries of not more than the maximum amounts set forth following their specified titles or positions:

 

Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

      1.  Governor’s Office for Consumer Health Assistance:

            Chief Ombudsman for Consumer Health Assistance.............................................................. $92,290

             Ombudsman for Consumer Health Assistance (each)............................................................... 73,595

      2.  State Office of Energy:

             Director, Office of Energy.............................................................................................................. $93,700

             Deputy Director, Office of Energy.................................................................................................. 63,648

      3.  Office of the Lieutenant Governor:

             Chief of Staff................................................................................................................................... $70,105

             Assistant to the Lieutenant Governor (each)................................................................................ 66,767

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 55,639

             Administrative Secretary (each)...................................................................................................... 45,067

      4.  Office of the Secretary of State:

             Chief Deputy.................................................................................................................................. $110,323

             Deputy Secretary of State, Commercial Recordings................................................................... 92,290

             Deputy Secretary of State, Southern Nevada.............................................................................. 92,290

             Deputy Secretary of State, Elections........................................................................................... 101,306

             Deputy Secretary of State, Operations.......................................................................................... 92,290

             Securities Administrator…............................................................................................................... 96,382

             Chief, Registration............................................................................................................................. 83,854

             Chief, Enforcement........................................................................................................................... 91,997

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

      5.  Office of the State Treasurer:

             Chief Deputy State Treasurer..................................................................................................... $110,323

             Senior Deputy State Treasurer (each).......................................................................................... 101,306

             Chief of Staff................................................................................................................................... 110,323

             Deputy State Treasurer, Debt Service............................................................................................ 92,290

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Deputy State Treasurer, Investments.......................................................................................... $92,290

             Deputy State Treasurer, Cash Management................................................................................ 92,290

             Executive Director, Millennium Scholarship................................................................................. 92,290

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Deputy State Treasurer, Unclaimed Property............................................................................... 92,290

      6.  Office of Controller:

             Chief Deputy Controller............................................................................................................... $101,306

             Assistant Controller........................................................................................................................... 82,742

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

      7.  Office of the Attorney General:

      (a) Attorney General’s Office:

                   Assistant Attorney General................................................................................................... $132,600

                   Attorney General Counsel for Prosecuting Attorneys, Executive Director....................... 96,399

                   Ombudsman for Victims of Domestic Violence.................................................................... 56,216

                   Chief Deputy Attorney General (each)................................................................................. 111,384

                   Chief of Staff ........................................................................................................................... 132,600

                   Solicitor General........................................................................................................................ 125,000

                   Senior Deputy Attorney General (each)................................................................................ 100,776

                   Deputy Attorney General (each).............................................................................................. 90,168

                   Public Information Officer........................................................................................................ 66,830

                   Chief Investigator....................................................................................................................... 76,908

                   Deputy Chief Investigator......................................................................................................... 66,830

                   Senior Investigator (each).......................................................................................................... 65,544

                   Investigator (each)...................................................................................................................... 62,171

                   Division Administrator, Personnel Services............................................................................ 76,908

                   Executive Assistant .................................................................................................................... 53,040

                   Chief Financial Officer............................................................................................................... 96,382

                   Legal Researcher (each)............................................................................................................. 43,460

                   Supervising Legal Researcher (each)....................................................................................... 53,040

                   Construction Law Counsel...................................................................................................... 125,000

                   Executive Director, Technological Crimes.............................................................................. 66,830

                   Administrative Assistant, Technological Crimes................................................................... 44,537

                   Program Specialist, Technological Crimes.............................................................................. 53,040

                   Investigator, Technological Crimes......................................................................................... 62,171

                   Computer Forensic Examiner, Technological Crimes (each).............................................. 76,908

                   Supervising Insurance Fraud Investigator.............................................................................. 65,544

                   Insurance Investigator (each)................................................................................................... 62,171

                   Deputy Chief Workers’ Compensation Fraud Investigator................................................ 68,714

                   Senior Workers’ Compensation Fraud Investigator (each)................................................. 65,544

      (b) Bureau of Consumer Protection:

                   Senior Economist...................................................................................................................... $96,399

                   Senior Investigator ..................................................................................................................... 65,544

                   Senior Engineer............................................................................................................................ 86,086

                   Senior Legal Researcher............................................................................................................. 51,218

                   Legal Researcher......................................................................................................................... 43,460

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

                   Senior Regulatory Analyst...................................................................................................... $80,446

                   Investigator (each)...................................................................................................................... 62,171

                   Chief Deputy Attorney General (each)................................................................................. 111,384

                   Regulatory Manager................................................................................................................... 86,161

                   Technical Staff Manager........................................................................................................... 86,161

                   Deputy Attorney General (each).............................................................................................. 90,168

                   Engineer........................................................................................................................................ 77,620

                   Administrative Services Officer................................................................................................ 69,844

                   Senior Deputy Attorney General (each)................................................................................ 100,776

      8.  Commission on Ethics:

             Executive Director........................................................................................................................... $92,290

             Counsel, Ethics Commission........................................................................................................... 90,168

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Investigator......................................................................................................................................... 62,171

      9.  Supreme Court:

             Supervisory Staff Attorney (each)............................................................................................. $100,776

             Supervisory Staff Attorney, Settlement...................................................................................... 100,776

             Reporter of Judicial Decisions....................................................................................................... 111,384

             Legal Counsel, Criminal................................................................................................................. 121,992

             Legal Counsel, Civil........................................................................................................................ 121,992

             Chief Assistant Clerk...................................................................................................................... 111,384

             Chief Clerk........................................................................................................................................ 132,600

             Chief Deputy Clerk............................................................................................................................ 68,421

             Court Administrator........................................................................................................................ 116,688

             Deputy Court Administrator (each)............................................................................................. 100,776

             Staff Attorney (each)........................................................................................................................ 90,168

             Law Librarian..................................................................................................................................... 95,472

             Senior Law Clerk (each)................................................................................................................... 58,622

      10.  Commission on Judicial Discipline:

             General Counsel............................................................................................................................ $132,600

      11.  Department of Administration:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director................................................................................................................................ 110,323

             Information Systems Specialist...................................................................................................... 55,826

             Division Administrator, Internal Audits....................................................................................... 101,306

             Manager, Internal Controls.............................................................................................................. 86,161

             Chief Assistant Budget Administrator........................................................................................... 83,854

             Senior Appeals Officer.................................................................................................................... 111,384

             Appeals Officer, Hearings (each).................................................................................................. 100,776

             Hearing Officer (each)...................................................................................................................... 66,830

             Deferred Compensation Executive Officer................................................................................... 92,290

             Chief Assistant, Planning.................................................................................................................. 76,892

             Division Administrator, State Motor Pool..................................................................................... 76,908

             Division Administrator, Administrative Services.......................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Risk Management................................................................................... 82,742

             Division Administrator, Purchasing................................................................................................ 92,290

             Division Administrator, Information Technology....................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Buildings and Grounds........................................................................... 82,742

             Manager, State Public Works Board............................................................................................ 116,688

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Deputy Manager, Professional Services, State Public Works Board................................... $110,323

             Deputy Manager, Code Compliance and Enforcement, State Public Works Board.......... 110,323

             Deputy Manager, Administrative and Fiscal Services, State Public Works Board................ 92,290

             Public Works Board, Project Manager III (each)...................................................................... 100,776

             Public Works Board, Project Manager II (each).......................................................................... 92,290

      12.  Department of Information Technology:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $116,688

             Deputy Director................................................................................................................................ 101,306

             Chief of Administration................................................................................................................. 101,306

      13.  Department of Personnel:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $101,306

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Director, Equal Employment Opportunity.................................................................................... 76,908

             Division Administrator, Personnel (each)...................................................................................... 82,742

      14.  Department of Taxation:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director (each)................................................................................................................... 101,306

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Administrative Law Judge (licensed attorney)........................................................................... 100,776

             Administrative Law Judge (other than licensed attorney).......................................................... 90,168

             Chief Administrative Law Judge (licensed attorney)................................................................ 111,384

             Chief Administrative Law Judge (other than licensed attorney)............................................ 100,776

      15.  Department of Education:

             Superintendent of Public Instruction......................................................................................... $117,749

             Deputy Superintendent of Instruction, Research and Evaluative Services.......................... 101,306

             Deputy Superintendent for Administrative and Fiscal Services.............................................. 100,776

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

      16.  Department of Cultural Affairs:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $110,323

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, Museums and History............................................................................ 92,290

             Division Administrator, Historic Preservation............................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, State Arts Council................................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, State Library and Archives.................................................................... 92,290

      17.  WICHE:

             Director.............................................................................................................................................. $76,908

      18.  Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation:

             Director, Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.............................................................. $120,401

             Chief, Office of Disability Employment Policy............................................................................ 66,830

             Division Administrator, Rehabilitation........................................................................................ 101,306

             Chief Auditor...................................................................................................................................... 84,864

             Deputy Director................................................................................................................................ 110,323

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Division Administrator, Employment Security........................................................................ $110,323

             Division Administrator, Equal Rights Commission..................................................................... 82,742

             Division Administrator, Information Development and Processing...................................... 101,306

             Hearing Officer (each)...................................................................................................................... 66,830

      19.  Department of Health and Human Services:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director, Programs............................................................................................................. 101,306

             Deputy Director, Fiscal Services.................................................................................................... 101,306

             Deputy Director, Administrative Services...................................................................................... 92,290

             Executive Assistant (each)............................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, Health Care Financing and Policy..................................................... 110,323

             Deputy Division Administrator, Health Care Financing and Policy....................................... 101,306

             Division Administrator, Health..................................................................................................... 110,323

             State Health Officer........................................................................................................................ 152,216

             Chief Biostatistician.......................................................................................................................... 92,290

             State Epidemiologist.......................................................................................................................... 92,290

             Medical Program Coordinator, Mental Health Program (each)............................................. 178,734

             Medical Program Coordinator, Statewide Mental Health Services........................................ 192,007

             Division Administrator, Mental Health and Developmental Services................................... 116,688

             Deputy Division Administrator, Mental Health and Developmental Services..................... 101,306

             Division Administrator, Welfare and Supportive Services....................................................... 110,323

             Division Administrator, Child and Family Services................................................................... 110,323

             Deputy Division Administrator, Child and Family Services (each)........................................ 101,306

             Deputy Division Administrator, Administrative Services, Child and Family Services........ 100,776

             Division Administrator, Aging Services ....................................................................................... 101,306

             Deputy Division Administrator, Aging Services (each)............................................................... 92,290

             Statewide Suicide Prevention Coordinator.................................................................................... 66,830

             Statewide Suicide Prevention Trainer/Networking Facilitator................................................... 63,648

             Chief, Elder Rights............................................................................................................................. 82,742

             Superintendent, Nevada Youth Training Center.......................................................................... 92,290

             Superintendent, Caliente Youth Center......................................................................................... 92,290

             Superintendent, Summit View Youth Correctional Center........................................................ 92,290

             Bureau Chief, Youth Parole Bureau….......................................................................................... 92,290

             Executive Director, Nevada Indian Commission........................................................................ 66,830

      20.  Office of the State Public Defender:

             State Public Defender................................................................................................................... $111,384

             Supervising Public Defender (office)............................................................................................ 100,776

             Supervising Public Defender (trial)............................................................................................... 100,776

             Supervising Public Defender (appeals)........................................................................................ 100,776

             Deputy Public Defender (each)....................................................................................................... 90,168

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Deputy Public Defender, Appellate (each).................................................................................. $90,168

             Investigator (each)............................................................................................................................. 62,171

      21.  Department of Business and Industry:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director, Administration..................................................................................................... 76,908

             Deputy Director, Programs............................................................................................................. 101,306

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, Financial Institutions.............................................................................. 92,290

             Deputy Division Administrator, Financial Institutions................................................................ 76,908

             Ombudsman, Real Estate................................................................................................................ 66,830

             Certified Public Accountant, Financial Institutions..................................................................... 63,824

             Certified Public Accountant, Mortgage Lending.......................................................................... 63,824

             Division Administrator, Manufactured Housing.......................................................................... 82,742

             Division Administrator, Real Estate............................................................................................... 92,290

             Deputy Division Administrator, Real Estate................................................................................. 76,908

             Division Administrator, Consumer Affairs.................................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Housing..................................................................................................... 92,290

             Deputy Division Administrator, Housing....................................................................................... 76,908

             Chief Assistant, Housing.................................................................................................................. 63,648

             Chief Financial Officer, Housing.................................................................................................... 90,168

             Division Administrator, Insurance................................................................................................ 110,323

             Deputy Division Administrator, Insurance (each)....................................................................... 92,290

             Deputy Division Administrator, Insurance, Captive Insurers ................................................... 90,168

             Lead Actuary, Insurance (each)................................................................................................... 118,855

             Insurance Counsel/Hearing Officer (each)................................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Taxicab Authority................................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Transportation Services Authority..................................................... 107,701

             Chief Transportation Inspector....................................................................................................... 72,979

             Commissioner, Transportation Services Authority (each)....................................................... 100,987

             Financial Analyst (each)................................................................................................................... 76,998

             Manager, Transportation................................................................................................................. 90,168

             Deputy Division Administrator, Transportation Services Authority......................................... 83,425

             Attorney, Transportation Services Authority................................................................................ 90,168

             Division Administrator, Mortgage Lending................................................................................... 92,290

             Deputy Division Administrator, Mortgage Lending..................................................................... 76,908

             Division Administrator, Industrial Relations.............................................................................. 101,306

             Deputy Division Administrator, Industrial Relations (each)...................................................... 82,742

             Attorney, Industrial Relations (each)............................................................................................. 90,168

             Senior Attorney, Industrial Relations........................................................................................... 100,776

             Deputy Division Administrator, Safety Consultation................................................................. 76,908

             Deputy Division Administrator, Mine Safety............................................................................... 76,908

             Division Administrator, Attorney for Injured Workers............................................................. 111,384

             Deputy Attorney for Injured Workers (each)............................................................................... 90,168

             Senior Deputy Attorney for Injured Workers (each)................................................................. 100,776

             Division Administrator, Employee-Management Relations Board.......................................... 82,742

             Executive Assistant, Employee-Management Relations Board............................................... 53,040

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Division Administrator, Dairy Commission................................................................................ $82,742

             Division Administrator, Office of Labor Commissioner............................................................. 92,290

             Deputy Division Administrator, Office of Labor Commissioner.............................................. 76,908

             Chief Assistant, Office of Labor Commissioner.......................................................................... 49,495

             Division Administrator, Athletic Commission.............................................................................. 92,290

      22.  State Department of Agriculture:

             Director, Agriculture...................................................................................................................... $101,306

             Agriculture, Deputy Director............................................................................................................ 82,742

             Division Administrator, Livestock Inspection.............................................................................. 76,908

             Division Administrator, Veterinary Medical Services .............................................................. 103,394

             Senior Veterinary Diagnostician (each)......................................................................................... 88,005

             Supervisor, Animal Disease Laboratory........................................................................................ 91,453

             Division Administrator, Measurement Standards........................................................................ 76,908

             Division Administrator, Plant Industry.......................................................................................... 76,908

      23.  Commission on Mineral Resources:

             Administrator, Minerals.................................................................................................................. $98,941

             Deputy Administrator, Minerals...................................................................................................... 79,152

             Chief for Dangerous Mines.............................................................................................................. 64,208

             Chief for Mine Regulation............................................................................................................... 71,189

             Field Specialist, Minerals (each)...................................................................................................... 54,884

             Program Manager, Oil, Gas and Geothermal................................................................................ 91,103

      24.  Commission on Economic Development:

             Executive Director......................................................................................................................... $110,323

             Deputy Director.................................................................................................................................. 92,290

             Senior Associate, Industrial Development (each)........................................................................ 76,908

             Associate, Industrial Development (each).................................................................................... 60,687

             Grants Project Analyst (each).......................................................................................................... 52,690

             Director, Film...................................................................................................................................... 82,742

             Associate, Film (each)....................................................................................................................... 60,687

             Program Specialist............................................................................................................................. 53,425

      25.  Commission on Tourism:

             Director, Tourism........................................................................................................................... $110,323

             Chief Deputy, Administration......................................................................................................... 92,290

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Public Information Officer............................................................................................................... 75,391

             Deputy Director, Sales and Industry Partners .............................................................................. 73,152

             Deputy Director, Marketing and Advertising................................................................................ 73,152

             Development Specialist II, Tourism (each)….............................................................................. 73,152

             Development Specialist, Tourism (each)....................................................................................... 68,684

             Project Analyst II (each).................................................................................................................. 61,436

             Project Analyst (each)....................................................................................................................... 52,690

             Development Specialist, Nevada Magazine (each)..................................................................... 60,844

             Editor Publisher, Nevada Magazine............................................................................................... 83,112

             Associate Editor................................................................................................................................. 45,629

             Managing Editor, Publications........................................................................................................ 63,887

             Market and Promotion Manager, Publications (each)................................................................ 45,629

             Production Manager.......................................................................................................................... 51,499

             Art Director (each)............................................................................................................................. 54,415

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Advertising Sales Representative …............................................................................................ $55,819

             Operations and Finance Manager.................................................................................................. 73,116

      26.  State Gaming Control Board:

             Chairman, Gaming Control Board............................................................................................ $141,147

             Member, Gaming Control Board (each)..................................................................................... 131,242

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 55,639

             Chief, Investigation......................................................................................................................... 100,749

             Chief, Enforcement......................................................................................................................... 100,749

             Chief, Audit...................................................................................................................................... 100,749

             Chief, Corporate Securities............................................................................................................ 100,749

             Chief, Tax and License.................................................................................................................. 100,749

             Chief, Administration..................................................................................................................... 100,749

             Chief Deputy, Administration ........................................................................................................ 91,590

             Executive Secretary, Gaming Control Board............................................................................... 91,590

             Manager, Electronics Lab................................................................................................................ 98,389

             Chief, Technology........................................................................................................................... 107,618

             Senior Lab Engineer (each).............................................................................................................. 93,703

             Electronic Lab Engineer (each)....................................................................................................... 89,241

             Coordinator, Applicant Services..................................................................................................... 89,094

             Chief Deputy, Enforcement (each)................................................................................................ 91,590

             Information Service Manager......................................................................................................... 93,703

             Senior Network Specialist................................................................................................................. 80,381

             Network Specialist II......................................................................................................................... 74,073

             Network Specialist I (each).............................................................................................................. 67,084

             Data Management Analyst............................................................................................................. 79,270

             System Manager................................................................................................................................ 88,196

             Programming Manager..................................................................................................................... 88,196

             Programming Supervisor.................................................................................................................. 83,075

             Chief Deputy, Audit (each).............................................................................................................. 91,590

             Chief Deputy, Investigations (each)............................................................................................... 91,590

             Chief Deputy, Corporate Securities................................................................................................ 91,590

             Chief Deputy, Tax and License...................................................................................................... 91,590

             Hearings Officer................................................................................................................................. 88,227

             Administrative Coordinator............................................................................................................. 79,270

             Financial Officer................................................................................................................................ 79,270

             Supervisor, Investigations (each).................................................................................................... 83,264

             Supervisor, Enforcement (each)...................................................................................................... 83,264

             Supervisor, Corporate Securities (each)......................................................................................... 83,264

             Supervisor, Audit (each)................................................................................................................... 83,264

             Supervisor, Tax and License (each)............................................................................................... 83,264

             Supervisor (each) .............................................................................................................................. 83,264

             District Office Manager.................................................................................................................... 89,094

             Senior Agent, Corporate Securities (each)..................................................................................... 72,091

             Senior Agent, Investigations (each)................................................................................................ 72,091

             Training Officer.................................................................................................................................. 79,270

             Senior Agent, Audit (each)............................................................................................................... 72,091

             Senior Agent, Tax and License (each)........................................................................................... 72,091

             Senior Research Specialist (each)................................................................................................... 88,196

             Senior Agent, Enforcement (each).................................................................................................. 72,091

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Senior Agent, Technology (each).................................................................................................. $72,091

             Agent, Corporate Securities (each)................................................................................................. 65,538

             Agent, Audit (each)............................................................................................................................ 65,538

             Agent, Investigations (each)............................................................................................................ 65,538

             Agent, Enforcement (each).............................................................................................................. 65,538

             Agent, Tax and License (each)........................................................................................................ 65,538

             Agent, Technology (each)................................................................................................................ 65,538

             Electronics Technician (each).......................................................................................................... 58,402

             Senior Program Analyst (each)........................................................................................................ 74,679

             Special Agent (each).......................................................................................................................... 75,695

      27.  Public Utilities Commission of Nevada:

             Chairman........................................................................................................................................ $116,688

             Public Utilities Commissioner (each)............................................................................................ 110,323

             Executive Assistant (each)............................................................................................................... 53,040

             Financial Analyst (each)................................................................................................................... 76,998

             Chief Attorney (each)..................................................................................................................... 111,384

             Senior Attorney (each).................................................................................................................... 100,776

             Supervisor, Consumer Complaint Resolution.............................................................................. 76,908

             Manager, Safety and Quality Assurance...................................................................................... 92,290

             Manager, Systems Operation.......................................................................................................... 82,742

             Public Education and Statistical Analysis Officer (each)........................................................... 63,648

             Administrative Attorney (each)....................................................................................................... 66,830

             Manager, Resource and Market Analysis..................................................................................... 92,290

             Engineer, Water.................................................................................................................................. 76,998

             Engineer, Electric (each)................................................................................................................... 80,917

             Senior Gas Pipeline Engineer............................................................................................................ 81,231

             Engineer, Gas Pipeline (each)........................................................................................................... 76,998

             Senior Engineering Analyst ............................................................................................................. 68,999

             Manager, Policy Analysis................................................................................................................. 92,290

             Director, Regulatory Operations................................................................................................... 110,323

             Manager, Consumer Complaint Resolution................................................................................. 92,290

             Senior Analyst ................................................................................................................................... 68,999

             Rural Consumer Representative..................................................................................................... 62,254

             Manager, Tariffs and Compliance................................................................................................. 92,290

            Commission Secretary...................................................................................................................... 92,290

             Assistant Commission Secretary..................................................................................................... 82,742

             Senior Regulatory Economist.......................................................................................................... 82,642

             Regulatory Economist (each).......................................................................................................... 82,642

             Commission Policy Advisory (each).............................................................................................. 84,962

             Senior Utility Analyst (each)............................................................................................................ 68,999

             Resource Planning Engineer............................................................................................................. 76,998

             Legal Case Manager......................................................................................................................... 53,850

      28.  Department of Motor Vehicles:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director, Motor Vehicles.................................................................................................. 116,688

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, DMV Motor Carrier................................................................................ 92,290

             Division Administrator, DMV Management Services................................................................. 92,290

             Division Administrator, DMV Automation................................................................................... 92,290

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Division Administrator, DMV Field Services............................................................................ $101,306

             Division Administrator, DMV Compliance Enforcement........................................................ 101,306

             Division Administrator, DMV Central Services............................................................................ 92,290

             Division Administrator, DMV Administrative Services............................................................... 92,290

             Chief Administrative Law Judge, DMV (licensed attorney).................................................... 111,384

             Chief Administrative Law Judge, DMV (other than licensed attorney)................................ 100,776

             DMV Administrative Law Judge (licensed attorney) (each).................................................... 100,776

             DMV Administrative Law Judge (other than licensed attorney) (each).................................. 90,168

      29.  Department of Public Safety:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director, Public Safety...................................................................................................... 116,688

             Executive Officer to the Director.................................................................................................. 100,776

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, Parole and Probation............................................................................ 116,688

             Chairman, State Board of Parole Commissioners.................................................................... 101,306

             Parole Board Member (each).......................................................................................................... 82,742

             Executive Assistant, Parole Board.................................................................................................. 53,040

             Division Administrator, Emergency Management...................................................................... 90,168

             Division Administrator, Records and Technology..................................................................... 105,841

             Division Administrator, State Fire Marshal................................................................................. 101,306

             Division Administrator, Administrative Services.......................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Capitol Police .......................................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Homeland Security............................................................................... 110,323

             Division Administrator, Investigations........................................................................................ 110,323

             Division Administrator, Highway Safety Planning and Administration.................................. 76,908

             Division Administrator, Training................................................................................................... 101,306

             Chief, Nevada Highway Patrol..................................................................................................... 116,688

      30.  Department of Corrections:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Medical Director.............................................................................................................................. 180,410

             Deputy Director, Operations, Northern Region.......................................................................... 110,323

             Deputy Director, Industrial Programs.......................................................................................... 110,323

             Deputy Director, Operations, Southern Region.......................................................................... 110,323

             Deputy Director, Support Services................................................................................................ 110,323

             Division Administrator, EEO and Training.................................................................................... 82,742

      31.  Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission:

             Director.............................................................................................................................................. $92,290

             Deputy Director.................................................................................................................................. 82,742

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

      32.  State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director................................................................................................................................ 100,776

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, Environmental Protection................................................................... 116,688

             Division Administrator, Water Resources................................................................................... 116,688

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Division Administrator, Forestry................................................................................................. $101,306

             Division Administrator, State Parks............................................................................................. 101,306

             Division Administrator, State Lands.............................................................................................. 92,290

             District Supervisor, Water Commissioner, Water Resources...................................................... 66,830

             Division Administrator, Wild Horse Commission........................................................................ 66,830

             Division Administrator, Natural Heritage...................................................................................... 76,908

      33.  Department of Wildlife

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $110,323

             Deputy Director................................................................................................................................ 101,306

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Chief Game Warden......................................................................................................................... 92,290

             Division Administrator, Conservation Education........................................................................ 82,742

             Division Administrator, Fisheries..................................................................................................... 82,742

             Division Administrator, Game Management................................................................................ 82,742

             Division Administrator, Habitat...................................................................................................... 82,742

             Division Administrator, Wildlife Administration.......................................................................... 82,742

             Division Administrator, Wildlife Diversity..................................................................................... 82,742

      34.  Department of Transportation:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $120,401

             Deputy Director (each)................................................................................................................... 117,749

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Division Administrator, Administrative Services....................................................................... 101,306

             Division Administrator, Planning and Program Development................................................ 101,306

             Division Administrator, Engineering............................................................................................. 116,688

             Division Administrator, Operations.............................................................................................. 116,688

             Hearings Officer................................................................................................................................. 66,830

      35.  Colorado River Commission of Nevada:

             Director............................................................................................................................................ $124,271

             Deputy Director................................................................................................................................ 118,156

             Special Assistant ............................................................................................................................... 82,956

             Division Head, Power...................................................................................................................... 112,599

             Division Head, Water...................................................................................................................... 112,599

             Administrative Services Officer.................................................................................................... 112,599

             Office Manager.................................................................................................................................. 61,891

             Senior Energy Accountant (each)................................................................................................... 84,397

             Natural Resource Specialist (each)................................................................................................. 97,901

             Environmental Program Manager................................................................................................ 101,276

             Network Administrator (each)......................................................................................................... 73,144

             Power Supply Manager.................................................................................................................. 103,873

             Assistant Director Engineering and Operations.......................................................................... 112,530

             Assistant Director Energy Information Systems........................................................................ 101,276

             Power Facilities Manager............................................................................................................... 101,276

             Power Facilities Communication Technician (each)................................................................... 78,771

             Senior Power Facilities Electrician (each)...................................................................................... 78,771

             Senior Power Facilities Engineer ..................................................................................................... 97,381

             Power Facilities Engineer ................................................................................................................. 90,023

             Power Facilities Electrician............................................................................................................... 73,144

             Hydropower Program Manager.................................................................................................... 106,904

 


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Approximate

Annual

Title or Position                                                                                                                                                                        Salary

             Assistant Hydropower Program Manager................................................................................... $95,650

             Natural Resource Technician (each).............................................................................................. 70,331

             Manager, Power Planner................................................................................................................ 100,776

             Power Supply Planner..................................................................................................................... 101,306

             Assistant Power Supply Planner...................................................................................................... 87,845

             Manager, Power Accounting......................................................................................................... 100,776

             Energy Accountant (each)............................................................................................................... 74,256

             Energy Supply Manager (each)....................................................................................................... 74,256

             Manager, Regulatory Affairs........................................................................................................ 100,776

      36.  Office of the Military:

             Adjutant General........................................................................................................................... $110,323

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

      37.  Public Employees’ Benefits Program:

             Executive Officer.......................................................................................................................... $116,688

             Executive Assistant........................................................................................................................... 53,040

             Quality Control Officer..................................................................................................................... 90,168

             Operations Officer............................................................................................................................. 99,185

             Chief Financial Officer..................................................................................................................... 90,168

             Information Technology Systems Officer.................................................................................... 90,168

             Financial Analyst............................................................................................................................... 75,847

      38.  Veterans’ Services:

             Executive Director, Veterans’ Services........................................................................................ $90,168

             Deputy Director, Veterans’ Services .............................................................................................. 76,908

             Administrator, Veterans’ Home.................................................................................................... 101,306

      39.  Medical and Related Positions:

             Senior Physician (Range C) (each)............................................................................................. $146,704

             Senior Psychiatrist (Range C) (each)............................................................................................ 166,763

             Senior Institutional Dentist (Range A) (each)............................................................................. 115,680

             Senior Institutional Dentist (Range B) (each)............................................................................. 130,520

             Pharmacist 3 (each)........................................................................................................................ 113,566

             Pharmacist 2 (each)........................................................................................................................ 103,241

             Pharmacist 1 (each)........................................................................................................................... 93,857

A Senior Psychiatrist (Range C) is a psychiatrist certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

      Sec. 2.  1.  If any unclassified position is omitted from this act for the Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, the Department of Personnel shall examine the duties and responsibilities of the position and submit to the Interim Finance Committee a list of those duties and responsibilities and a recommended salary for the position. The Interim Finance Committee shall review the duties and responsibilities of the position and establish the salary for the position.

      2.  If the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau determines that the title or maximum salary for a position set forth in section 1 of this act contains a typographical or other error that misrepresents the maximum salary intended to be set forth in section 1 of this act, the Interim Finance Committee may review the duties and responsibilities of the position and establish the appropriate title and maximum salary for the position pursuant to the intent of the 74th Session of the Nevada Legislature.

 


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      3.  An employee occupying a position that is currently in the classified service that is moved into the unclassified service pursuant to this act has the option to remain in the classified service at his current grade, with all rights afforded classified employees, or move into the unclassified service. If the employee chooses to move into the unclassified service, the employee cannot at a later date choose to return to the classified service while occupying this position.

      4.  Once an employee vacates the position moved into the unclassified service pursuant to this act, the employee who is the replacement in the position will be in the unclassified service.

      5.  If the salary for a position that is currently in the classified service that is moved into the unclassified service is reduced pursuant to this act, the salary for the employee currently serving in the position will be retained at its current level and the employee will remain eligible for future cost of living adjustments and, in the case of employees who elect to remain in the classified service, merit salary adjustments. Once the employee serving in the position vacates the position, the unclassified salary is established at the level in section 1 of this act, as adjusted pursuant to section 3 of this act.

      6.  If the salary for an employee occupying a position in the unclassified service on June 30, 2007, is more than the maximum salary for that position as set forth in section 1 of this act, the salary for that employee must be retained at the level in effect on June 30, 2007. Such an employee is eligible for the cost of living adjustments approved for other positions in the unclassified service based on the salary in effect on June 30, 2007. Once an employee vacates a position for which the previous salary is retained pursuant to this section, the maximum salary for that position must be reduced to the amount set forth in section 1 of this act, as adjusted pursuant to section 3 of this act.

      Sec. 3.  The approximate maximum salaries as set forth in section 1 of this act must be increased by 2 percent effective on July 1, 2007, and 4 percent effective on July 1, 2008.

      Sec. 4.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners for reimbursement to any department, commission or agency of the State of Nevada, including the Judicial Branch of Government, which receives part or all of its funding from the State General Fund, for the difference between the maximum amount allowed in sections 1, 2 and 3 of this act and the amount budgeted for that purpose and to provide salary increases as provided in section 3 of this act:

For the Fiscal Year 2007-2008................................................. $1,467,407

For the Fiscal Year 2008-2009................................................. $4,431,237

      2.  There is hereby appropriated from the State Highway Fund to the State Board of Examiners for reimbursement to a state agency which receives part or all of its funding from the State Highway Fund, for the difference between the maximum amount allowed in sections 1, 2 and 3 of this act and the amount budgeted for that purpose and to provide salary increases as provided in section 3 of this act:

For the Fiscal Year 2007-2008....................................................... $46,018

For the Fiscal Year 2008-2009.................................................... $140,336

      3.  The State Board of Examiners, upon the recommendation of the Director of the Department of Administration, may allocate and disburse from the appropriate fund to various departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada, out of the money appropriated by this section such sums of money as may from time to time be required, which, when added to the money otherwise appropriated or available, equal the amount of money required to pay the salaries of the unclassified employees of the respective departments, commissions and agencies under the adjusted pay plan.

 


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sums of money as may from time to time be required, which, when added to the money otherwise appropriated or available, equal the amount of money required to pay the salaries of the unclassified employees of the respective departments, commissions and agencies under the adjusted pay plan.

      Sec. 5.  1.  The State Gaming Control Board may adopt a plan to authorize additional payments of up to $5,000 annually for unclassified employees who possess a current Nevada certified public accountant certificate, a license to practice law in the State of Nevada or any other state, or are in a qualifying position as an electronic laboratory engineer and possess a bachelor of science or higher degree in engineering, electronic engineering or computer science and utilize, in the opinion of the Board, the skills evidenced by these qualifications to further enhance the performance of their job duties and responsibilities.

      2.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners the sum of $394,659 for the Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $415,159 for the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for the additional cost of subsection 1.

      Sec. 6.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in this act, to effect increases in salaries of approximately 2 percent, effective on July 1, 2007, and 4 percent effective on July 1, 2008, there is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, the sum of $7,545,453 and for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009, the sum of $23,534,501, for the purpose of meeting any deficiencies which may be created between the appropriated money of the respective departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada, as fixed by the 74th Session of the Legislature and the requirements for salaries of the classified personnel of those departments, commissions and agencies, including the Judicial Branch of Government, necessary under an adjusted pay plan, except those employees whose salaries have been retained, to become effective on July 1, 2007.

      2.  The State Board of Examiners, upon the recommendation of the Director of the Department of Administration, may allocate and disburse to various departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada, out of the money appropriated by this section such sums of money as may from time to time be required, which when added to the money otherwise appropriated or available equal the amount of money required to pay the salaries of the classified employees of the respective departments, commissions and agencies under the adjusted pay plan.

      Sec. 7.  1.  To effect increases in salaries of approximately 2 percent effective on July 1, 2007, and 4 percent effective on July 1, 2008, there is hereby appropriated from the State Highway Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, the sum of $1,622,768 and for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009, the sum of $5,078,250, for the purpose of meeting any deficiencies which may exist between the appropriated money of the Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Public Safety and Transportation Services Authority as fixed by the 74th Session of the Legislature and the requirements for salaries of classified personnel of the Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Public Safety and Transportation Services Authority necessary under an adjusted pay plan, except those employees whose salaries have been retained, to become effective on July 1, 2007.

 


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and Transportation Services Authority necessary under an adjusted pay plan, except those employees whose salaries have been retained, to become effective on July 1, 2007.

      2.  The State Board of Examiners, upon the recommendation of the Director of the Department of Administration, may allocate and disburse to the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Department of Public Safety and the Transportation Services Authority out of the money appropriated by this section such sums of money as may from time to time be required, which when added to the money otherwise appropriated or available equal the amount of money required to meet and pay the salaries of the classified employees of the Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Public Safety and Transportation Services Authority under the adjusted pay plan.

      Sec. 8.  1.  To effect increases in salaries of approximately 2 percent effective on July 1, 2007, and 4 percent effective on July 1, 2008, there is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, the sum of $2,019,769 and for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009, the sum of $6,387,485, for the purpose of meeting any deficiencies which may be created between the appropriated money of the Nevada System of Higher Education as fixed by the 74th Session of the Legislature and the requirements for salaries of the classified personnel of the Nevada System of Higher Education necessary under the adjusted pay plan, except those employees whose salaries have been retained, to become effective on July 1, 2007.

      2.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2007, and ending on June 30, 2008, the sum of $6,631,606 and for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2008, and ending on June 30, 2009, the sum of $20,509,025, for the purpose of increasing the salaries of the professional employees of the Nevada System of Higher Education, to become effective on July 1, 2007.

      3.  The State Board of Examiners, upon the recommendation of the Director of the Department of Administration, may allocate and disburse to the Nevada System of Higher Education out of the money appropriated by subsections 1 and 2, such sums of money as may from time to time be required, which when added to the money otherwise appropriated or available equal the amount of money required to pay the salaries of the classified and professional employees of the Nevada System of Higher Education under the adjusted pay plan.

      Sec. 9.  The salaries of the employees of the Legislative Counsel Bureau and of interim legislative operations shall be increased by approximately 2 percent effective on July 1, 2007, and 4 percent effective on July 1, 2008.

      Sec. 10.  1.  To effect a two-grade pay increase on the classified employee compensation plan for nurses, health counselors, psychologists, clinical social workers, construction inspectors and other related positions as defined in The Executive Budget, the following amounts are hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and the Fiscal Year 2008-2009, the sums of $5,180,667 and $5,506,656, respectively, for the purpose of meeting any deficiencies which may be created between the appropriated money of the respective departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada and the requirements for salaries of such personnel.

 


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respective departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada and the requirements for salaries of such personnel.

      2.  To effect a two-grade pay increase on the classified employee compensation plan for nurses, health counselors, psychologists, clinical social workers, construction inspectors and other related positions as defined in The Executive Budget, the following amounts are hereby appropriated from the State Highway Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and the Fiscal Year 2008-2009, the sums of $6,401 and $6,644, respectively, for the purpose of meeting any deficiencies which may be created between the appropriated money of the respective departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada and the requirements for salaries of such personnel.

      3.  The Department of Personnel shall designate those nursing, health counselor, psychologist, clinical social worker, construction inspector and other related personnel classes eligible for the two-grade pay increases pursuant to this section.

      Sec. 11.  1.  To effect increases of approximately 4.9 percent that are included in the salaries for the positions of the Gaming Control Board and the Office of the Lieutenant Governor identified in section 1 of this act, effective on July 1, 2007, the following amounts are hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the State Board of Examiners for the Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and the Fiscal Year 2008-2009, the sums of $905,167 and $944,340, respectively, for the purpose of meeting any deficiencies which may be created between the appropriated money of the respective departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada and the requirements for salaries of such personnel.

      2.  The State Board of Examiners, upon the recommendation of the Director of the Department of Administration, may allocate and disburse to various departments, commissions and agencies of the State of Nevada, out of the money appropriated by this section such sums of money as may from time to time be required, which when added to the money otherwise appropriated or available equal the amount of money required to pay the salaries of the unclassified employees of the respective departments, commissions and agencies under the adjusted pay plan.

      Sec. 12.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by sections 4 to 8 inclusive, and sections 10 and 11 of this act must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the fund from which it was appropriated on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 13.  The State Board of Examiners shall allocate from the amounts appropriated by section 6 of this act to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to provide for Nevada’s share of a 2 percent salary increase which takes effect on July 1, 2007, and a 4 percent salary increase which takes effect on July 1, 2008, the sum of not more than $27,022 for the Fiscal Year 2007-2008, and the sum of not more than $83,500 for the Fiscal Year 2008-2009. The amounts transferred must not be utilized to increase an employee’s base salary unless the State of California provides the required 2 for 1 matching funds.

 


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funds. Any amounts provided to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency should California not provide matching funds must be used as a one-time salary bonus.

      Sec. 14.  1.  Money in subsection 1 of section 4, sections 6 and 8, subsection 1 of section 10 and subsection 1 of section 11 of this act can be transferred among each section to finance the 2 percent salary increase authorized on July 1, 2007, the 4 percent salary increase authorized on July 1, 2008, and to provide for the costs of the pay increases identified in subsection 1 of section 10 and subsection 1 of section 11 of this act.

      2.  Money in subsection 2 of section 4, section 7, and subsection 2 of section 10 of this act can be transferred among each section to finance the 2 percent salary increase authorized on July 1, 2007, the 4 percent salary increase authorized on July 1, 2008, and to provide for the costs of the pay increases identified in subsection 2 of section 10 of this act.

      3.  When determining the allocations of the money appropriated in sections 4 to 8, inclusive, and sections 10, 11 and 14 of this act, the Board of Examiners must not distribute money to an account beyond the maximum salary need amount determined for the account. Appropriations established for an account within a department, agency or commission must not be distributed to another account within the department, agency or commission if that action results in the distribution of money beyond the maximum salary need amount determined for the account.

      Sec. 15.  This act becomes effective on July 1, 2007.

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CHAPTER 350, AB 628

Assembly Bill No. 628–Committee on Ways and Means

 

Joint Sponsor: Committee on Finance

 

CHAPTER 350

 

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; making appropriations from the State General Fund and the State Highway Fund for the support of the civil government of the State of Nevada for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008, and beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009; providing for the use of the money so appropriated; making various other changes relating to the financial administration of the State; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

 

[Approved: June 13, 2007]

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, REPRESENTED IN

SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

 

      Section 1.  The following sums are hereby appropriated from the State General Fund for the purposes expressed in sections 2 to 31, inclusive, of this act and for the support of the government of the State of Nevada for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008, and beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009.

 


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      Sec. 2.  The Office and Mansion of the Governor.

             For the support of the:

                   Office of the Governor.............................................................................. $2,500,842                           $2,540,415

                   Governor’s Mansion........................................................................................ 349,077                                 416,456

                   Governor’s Office for Consumer Health Assistance................................. 407,537                                 538,859

                   Nuclear Waste Project Office..................................................................... 1,986,782                              1,973,667

                   Energy Conse`rvation..................................................................................... 348,561                                 414,925

                   Office of Homeland Security........................................................................ 424,697                                 439,798

      Sec. 3.  The Office of Lieutenant Governor.

             For the support of the Office of the Lieutenant Governor........................... $614,135                    $653,473

      Sec. 4.  The Office of Attorney General.

             For the support of the:

                   Attorney General Administration Account......................................... $10,998,638               $13,164,060

                   Special Litigation Account.......................................................................... 1,579,023                       669,104

                   Medicaid Fraud Control Unit................................................................................. 100                               100

                   Crime Prevention Program............................................................................. 220,444                       227,604

                   Office of the Extradition Coordinator......................................................... 670,906                       678,283

                   Bureau of Consumer Protection................................................................ 1,514,928                   1,528,250

                   Advisory Council for Prosecuting Attorneys....................................................... 100                               100

                   High Tech Crime.............................................................................................. 384,942                       476,052

      Sec. 5.  The Office of Secretary of State.

             For the support of the Office of the Secretary of State............................. $4,691,108                 $4,827,583

             Investigations and Enforcements.................................................................... 2,221,520                   2,363,684

      Sec. 6.  The Office of State Treasurer.

             For the support of the Office of the State Treasurer.................................. $1,570,713                 $1,526,987

      Sec. 7.  The Office of State Controller.

             For the support of the Office of the State Controller................................. $4,635,179                 $4,514,770

      Sec. 8.  Department of Administration.

             For the support of the:

                   Budget Division.......................................................................................... $3,185,221                 $3,636,631

                   Division of Internal Audits.......................................................................... 2,197,451                   2,266,857

                   Clear Creek Youth Center................................................................................ 18,388                           6,007

                   State Public Works Board........................................................................... 1,039,458                   1,056,365

                   Information Technology Division............................................................. 1,007,022                   1,000,744

                   Merit Award Board.............................................................................................. 5,000                           5,000

                   National Judicial College and National College of Juvenile & Family Justice 375,000...................................................................................................................... 375,000

      Sec. 9.  Department of Taxation.

             For the support of the Department of Taxation....................................... $30,589,146               $30,175,197

      Sec. 10.  Legislative Fund.

             For the support of the:

                   Legislative Commission............................................................................ $1,378,741                    $866,517

                   Audit Division................................................................................................ 3,803,570                   3,973,475

 


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                   Administrative Division.......................................................................... $10,639,963               $11,193,463

                   Legal Division................................................................................................ 8,636,384                   9,117,876

                   Research Division......................................................................................... 4,784,879                   5,052,627

                   Fiscal Analysis Division............................................................................... 3,851,120                   3,755,386

                   Interim legislative operations......................................................................... 622,462                       651,325

      Sec. 11.  Supreme Court of Nevada.

             For the support of the:

                   Supreme Court of Nevada....................................................................... $5,304,702                 $5,779,228

                   Supreme Court Law Library....................................................................... 1,680,176                   1,742,377

                   Division of Planning and Analysis................................................................ 778,797                       818,770

                   Judicial Retirement System........................................................................ 1,666,900                   1,726,900

                   Retired Justice Duty Fund........................................................................... 1,066,483                   1,069,848

                   Judicial Selection................................................................................................ 18,216                         18,216

      Sec. 12.  Commission on Judicial Discipline.

             For the support of the Commission on Judicial Discipline............................ $495,225                    $506,481

      Sec. 13.  District Judges’ Salaries.

             For the support of the District Judges’ salaries.......................................... $12,262,451               $12,529,335

      Sec. 14.  Commission on Economic Development.

             For the support of:

                   Economic development............................................................................ $6,076,293                 $6,104,352

                   Rural community development.................................................................... 252,097                       257,681

                   Procurement outreach program.................................................................... 110,851                       119,105

      Sec. 15.  Department of Education.

             For the support of:

                   Education, state programs........................................................................ $3,046,782                 $3,188,144

                   Career and Technical Education.................................................................. 379,612                       392,500

                   Teacher education and licensing........................................................................... 100                               100

                   Nutrition education programs........................................................................ 305,075                       315,286

                   Continuing education...................................................................................... 614,015                       617,430

                   Individuals with Disabilities Education Act................................................... 96,609                         99,359

                   Proficiency testing........................................................................................ 5,001,991                   5,345,708

                   Education support services......................................................................... 1,167,308                   1,223,825

                   Student incentive grants................................................................................. 380,789                       382,876

      Sec. 16.  Nevada System of Higher Education.

             For the support of:

                   System administration.............................................................................. $5,466,936                 $5,622,271

                   University Press................................................................................................ 875,630                       916,397

                   Statewide programs—UNR........................................................................ 8,282,094                   8,509,466

                   Intercollegiate athletics—UNR.................................................................. 6,690,710                   6,902,237

                   Statewide programs—UNLV...................................................................... 1,410,413                   1,458,566

                   Intercollegiate athletics—UNLV................................................................ 8,891,619                   9,103,052

                   Agricultural Experiment Station................................................................ 8,991,117                   9,249,670

                   Cooperative Extension Services................................................................ 9,062,442                   9,410,306

                   Dental School—UNLV................................................................................ 8,105,386                   8,431,499

                   System Computing Center....................................................................... 22,763,460                 23,162,289

                   UNLV, William S. Boyd School of Law................................................... 8,853,595                   9,126,630

 


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                   Desert Research Institute.......................................................................... $9,361,843                 $9,795,172

                   National Direct Student Loan.......................................................................... 50,904                         50,904

                   University of Nevada, Reno.................................................................. 132,264,763               136,590,971

                   University of Nevada, School of Medicine........................................... 33,883,844                 34,753,277

                   Health Laboratory and Research.............................................................. 2,008,216                   2,046,391

                   University of Nevada, Las Vegas......................................................... 168,614,876               172,988,843

                   Community College of Southern Nevada............................................. 95,156,439                 97,672,554

                   Western Nevada Community College.................................................... 20,769,184           21,251,842

                   Truckee Meadows Community College................................................ 40,132,380                 41,002,040

                   Great Basin College................................................................................... 16,363,069                 16,997,300

                   Business Center, North................................................................................ 2,467,263                   2,550,450

                   Business Center, South................................................................................ 2,096,071                   2,171,463

                   Nevada State College at Henderson....................................................... 15,330,975                 17,670,035

                   University system—special projects......................................................... 2,739,482                   2,751,729

      Sec. 17.  Commission on Postsecondary Education.

             For the support of the Commission on Postsecondary Education.............. $331,900                    $386,721

      Sec. 18.  Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.

             For the administrative support of Nevada’s membership in the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education........................................................................................... $365,789                    $422,146

             For the support of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education’s Fund for Student Loans      703,450....................................................................................................... 700,048

      Sec. 19.  Department of Cultural Affairs.

             For the support of the:

                   Department of Cultural Affairs administration....................................... $931,180                    $954,381

                    Division of Museums and History................................................................ 374,331                       393,660

                   Nevada Historical Society, Reno.................................................................. 774,098                       832,094

                   Nevada State Museum, Carson City........................................................ 1,542,803                   1,604,455

                   Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas........................................................... 1,062,317                   1,661,662

                   Lost City Museum........................................................................................... 373,637                       389,141

                   Nevada State Railroad Museums............................................................. 1,196,320                   1,237,452

                   Nevada Arts Council.................................................................................... 1,800,122                   1,841,608

                   Division of State Library and Archives.................................................... 4,530,131                   4,610,707

                   State Council on Libraries and Literacy...................................................... 146,606                       153,373

                   Archives and Records..................................................................................... 851,903                   1,166,137

                   Office of Historic Preservation...................................................................... 356,627                       367,728

                   Comstock Historic District............................................................................. 163,845                       170,157

                   Nevada Humanities Committee................................................................... 100,000                       100,000

 


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      Sec. 20.  Department of Health and Human Services.

             For the support of the:

                   Department of Health and Human Services administration............. $1,457,123                 $1,478,574

                   Nevada Indian Commission.......................................................................... 190,583                       191,225

                   State Council on Developmental Disabilities.............................................. 171,409                       172,068

                   Community-based services........................................................................ 6,550,389                   7,080,067

                   Grants Management Unit........................................................................... 3,244,142                   3,902,285

                   Fund for a Healthy Nevada........................................................................... 383,319                       388,726

                   Office of the State Public Defender.......................................................... 1,221,617                   1,223,260

                   Division of Health Care Financing and Policy:

                          Nevada Medicaid.............................................................................. 428,004,223        480,536,607

                          Health Care Financing and Policy...................................................... 1,299,069             1,502,672

                          Nevada Check Up Program............................................................... 10,889,033           12,585,449

                          HIFA Holding Account......................................................................... 2,543,319             4,130,803

                   Aging Services Division:

                          Aging Services Division......................................................................... 3,422,727             3,629,400

                          Senior Services Program........................................................................ 1,807,068             1,927,999

                          Senior citizens’ property tax assistance............................................. 4,861,484             5,412,531

                          EPS/Homemaker programs..................................................................... 285,541                400,181

                   Division of Child and Family Services:

                          Juvenile justice programs......................................................................... 729,205                729,205

                          UNITY/SACWIS.................................................................................... 3,329,902             3,341,037

                          Child and family administration......................................................... 4,979,171                              5,178,985

                          Nevada Youth Training Center........................................................... 9,982,182                           10,308,059

                          Caliente Youth Center........................................................................... 7,655,209             7,994,790

                          Rural Child Welfare............................................................................... 6,106,651             6,994,552

                          Youth alternative placement............................................................... 1,685,050             1,704,979

                          Youth parole services............................................................................ 5,417,077             5,569,561

                          Northern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services............................ 3,452,345             3,517,412

                          Clark County Integration................................................................... 33,373,591           38,870,325

                          Washoe County Integration.............................................................. 12,636,969           14,503,827

                          Southern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services.......................... 10,489,192           10,854,527

                          Summit View Youth Correctional Center.......................................... 7,321,260                          7,643,558

                          Wraparound in Nevada........................................................................ 2,956,974             3,146,056

                          Child Care Services...................................................................................... 59,090                   67,037

                   Health Division:

                          Office of Health Administration......................................................... 1,039,815                              1,092,261

                          Vital statistics............................................................................................. 855,943                967,157

                          Maternal child health services............................................................. 1,272,963             1,287,690

                          Early Intervention Services ............................................................... 14,584,903           15,315,094

                          Community health services..................................................................... 683,116                714,539

                          Consumer health protection................................................................. 1,002,060             1,036,963

                          Sexually transmitted disease control.................................................. 1,790,254             1,805,620

 


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                          Communicable disease control............................................................ $801,168              $805,030

                          Emergency medical services.................................................................... 917,930                948,548

                          Immunization program......................................................................... 1,042,378             1,074,408

                          Office of Minority Health........................................................................ 121,490                128,870

                   Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services:

                          Division administration......................................................................... 3,483,928             3,546,681

                          Mental health information system..................................................... 1,475,959                              1,517,461

                          Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services........................... 89,477,646                 94,971,557

                          Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services........................... 33,223,654                 36,657,399

                          Lakes Crossing Center........................................................................... 9,464,589             9,980,530

                          Rural clinics........................................................................................... 13,371,579           13,976,717

                          Desert Regional Center....................................................................... 43,985,851           53,153,934

                          Sierra Regional Center........................................................................ 20,479,394           22,422,315

                          Rural Regional Center........................................................................... 9,769,786           10,963,863

                          Family Preservation Program............................................................... 2,135,672             2,319,305

                          Alcohol and drug rehabilitation........................................................... 9,566,312                           12,048,716

                   Division of Welfare and Supportive Services:

                          Welfare administration......................................................................... 7,656,057             7,656,457

                          Welfare Field Services Account......................................................... 23,514,422                           25,049,481

                          Assistance to aged and blind................................................................ 6,898,497             7,115,004

                          Temporary Assistance for Needy Families..................................... 24,607,852                 24,607,852

                          Program for Child Care and Development........................................ 9,033,701             9,033,701

      Sec. 21.  Office of the Military:

             For the support of the:

                   Nevada National Guard............................................................................ $3,458,386                 $4,049,011

                   National Guard benefits.................................................................................... 25,250                         25,250

                   Patriot Relief Fund....................................................................................................... 0                       316,325

      Sec. 22.  Office of Veterans’ Services:

             For the support of the:

                   Commissioner for Veterans’ Affairs....................................................... $1,797,191                 $1,941,521

                   Southern Nevada Veterans’ Home........................................................... 1,086,821                   1,346,953

      Sec. 23.  Department of Corrections.

             For the support of the:

                   Office of the Director.............................................................................. $17,808,041               $18,201,969

                   Medical care................................................................................................ 40,512,728                 43,242,510

                   Correctional Programs................................................................................. 6,254,419                   6,441,088

                   Southern Nevada Correctional Center................................................... 11,870,326           12,303,433

                   Southern Desert Correctional Center...................................................... 19,576,481           21,303,579

                   Nevada State Prison.................................................................................. 18,224,728                 18,356,455

                   Northern Nevada Correctional Center................................................... 22,716,645           23,900,692

                   Warm Springs Correctional Center............................................................ 6,984,009                   6,927,129

                   Ely State Prison........................................................................................... 27,739,091                 28,822,859

                   Lovelock Correctional Center.................................................................. 23,971,928                 24,693,154

 


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                   Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center.............................. $12,038,812        $14,702,506

                   Stewart Conservation Camp...................................................................... 1,646,139                   1,646,886

                   Ely Conservation Camp.............................................................................. 1,277,058                   1,287,028

                   Humboldt Conservation Camp................................................................. 1,895,889                   1,349,939

                   Indian Springs Conservation Camp.......................................................... 2,129,796                   2,435,959

                   Jean Conservation Camp........................................................................... 1,539,751                   1,581,160

                   Pioche Conservation Camp........................................................................ 1,580,805                   1,613,388

                   Carlin Conservation Camp......................................................................... 1,369,016                   1,286,090

                   Wells Conservation Camp.......................................................................... 1,211,061                   1,260,021

                   Silver Springs Conservation Camp............................................................ 1,291,247                   1,319,219

                   Tonopah Conservation Camp................................................................... 1,231,978                   1,171,674

                   Northern Nevada Restitution Center............................................................ 580,845                       614,429

                   High Desert State Prison............................................................................ 31,611,682                 43,652,764

                   Casa Grande Transitional Housing........................................................... 2,785,299                   2,883,523

      Sec. 24.  Department of Business and Industry.

             For the support of the:

                   Department of Business and Industry administration.............................. $79,382                       $87,523

                   Division of Financial Institutions.......................................................................... 100                               100

                   Consumer Affairs Division......................................................................... 1,453,547                   1,497,871

                   Real Estate Division..................................................................................... 1,446,869                   1,488,941

                   Division of Insurance................................................................................... 3,856,640                   3,995,820

                   Employee-Management Relations Board.................................................. 218,464                       221,888

                   Office of Labor Commissioner.................................................................. 1,530,764                   1,579,590

                   Nevada Athletic Commission........................................................................ 717,814                       732,597

      Sec. 25.  State Department of Agriculture.

             For the support of the:

                   State Department of Agriculture administration..................................... $682,534                    $686,224

                   Plant Industry Program............................................................................... 1,619,674                   1,486,136

                   Veterinary medical services........................................................................... 878,707                       899,855

                   Junior Livestock Show Board.......................................................................... 35,824                         35,831

                   State Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee....................................... 797,975                       824,681

      Sec. 26.  State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

             For the support of the:

                   State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources administration $939,203                   $931,744

                   Division of State Parks................................................................................ 7,500,993                   7,081,097

                   Nevada Tahoe Regional Planning Agency...................................................... 1,796                                  1,796

                   Nevada Natural Heritage Program............................................................... 162,762                       175,919

                   Division of Forestry...................................................................................... 4,782,947                   4,685,769

                   Forest fire suppression/emergency response............................................ 2,500,000                   2,500,000

                   Forestry honor camps.................................................................................. 8,151,232                   6,242,577

                   Tahoe Regional Planning Agency............................................................. 1,625,683                   1,625,683

                   Water Quality Planning................................................................................... 379,858                       388,832

 


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                   Safe Drinking Water Regulatory Program................................................ $180,744                    $180,744

                   Division of Water Resources...................................................................... 6,357,014                   6,466,283

                   Division of State Lands............................................................................... 1,527,518                   1,382,110

                   Division of Conservation Districts................................................................ 400,968                       411,918

      Sec. 27.  Department of Wildlife.

             For the support of the Department of Wildlife............................................ $1,338,699                 $1,354,572

      Sec. 28.  Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

             For the support of the:

                   Nevada Equal Rights Commission......................................................... $1,227,539                 $1,269,311

                   Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation....................................................... 3,273,713                   3,324,848

                   Bureau of Services to the Blind and Visually Impaired........................ 1,212,454                   1,229,817

                   Rehabilitation Administration......................................................................... 23,301                         24,213

      Sec. 29.  Department of Motor Vehicles.

             For the support of the Division of Field Services.............................................. $21,322                       $21,322

      Sec. 30.  Department of Public Safety.

             For the support of the:

                   Training Division............................................................................................ $657,971                    $668,365

                   Justice grant...................................................................................................... 110,896                       115,301

                   Nevada Highway Patrol (dignitary protection)............................................... 4,606                           4,606

                   Dignitary protection..................................................................................... 1,121,542                   1,115,158

                   Investigation Division.................................................................................. 5,736,977                   5,868,191

                   Division of Emergency Management.......................................................... 705,799                       719,096

                   State Board of Parole Commissioners...................................................... 1,794,720             1,848,512

                   Narcotics Control.......................................................................................... 3,708,140                   3,340,386

                   Division of Parole and Probation............................................................ 42,983,701                 45,908,710

                   Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History......................... 100                               100

                   Child Volunteer Background check................................................................ 25,000                         25,000

                   State Fire Marshal........................................................................................ 1,077,330                   1,283,666

      Sec. 31.  Commission on Ethics.

             For the support of the Commission on Ethics................................................. $250,991                    $256,570

      Sec. 32.  The following sums are hereby appropriated from the State Highway Fund for the purposes expressed in this section for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008, and beginning July 1, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009:

             Department of Motor Vehicles:

                   Division of the Office of the Director..................................................... $5,588,546                 $5,940,537

                   Administrative Services Division............................................................... 3,427,362                   3,613,521

                   Hearings Office............................................................................................. 1,173,796                   1,199,925

                   Automation................................................................................................... 5,677,466                   5,104,470

                   Division of Field Services.......................................................................... 18,522,985                 18,518,452

                   Division of Compliance Enforcement...................................................... 4,434,483                   4,958,821

                   Division of Central Services and Records................................................ 7,933,210                   8,185,111

 


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                   Division of Management Services and Programs..................... $1,426,254.................................. $1,437,224

                   Motor Carrier Division...................................................................... 2,986,529.................................... 3,108,615

             Department of Public Safety:

                   Training Division................................................................................ 1,001,966.................................... 1,017,461

                   Nevada Highway Patrol Division................................................. 62,676,359.................................. 70,540,494

                   Highway safety plan & administration............................................ 199,372....................................... 209,473

                   Investigation Division.......................................................................... 314,538....................................... 317,276

                   State Emergency Response Commission......................................... 379,858....................................... 355,014

             Department of Business and Industry:

                   Transportation Services Authority................................................. 2,482,036.................................... 2,540,949

             Legislative Fund, Legislative Commission.................................................. 7,500............................................ 7,500

      Sec. 33.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, the sums appropriated in this act must be:

      (a) Expended in accordance with the allotment, transfer, work program and budget provisions of NRS 353.150 to 353.245, inclusive; and

      (b) Work-programmed for the 2 separate Fiscal Years, 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, as required by NRS 353.215. Work programs may be revised with the approval of the Governor upon the recommendation of the Director of the Department of Administration and in accordance with the provisions of the State Budget Act.

      2.  Transfers to and from salary allotments, travel allotments, operating expense allotments, equipment allotments and other allotments must be allowed and made in accordance with the provisions of NRS 353.215 to 353.225, inclusive, and after separate consideration of the merits of each request.

      3.  Pursuant to law, sums appropriated for the support of the Supreme Court of Nevada and the Legislative Fund are excluded from the allotment, transfer, work program and budget provisions of NRS 353.150 to 353.245, inclusive.

      Sec. 34.  The sums appropriated to:

      1.  Senior citizens’ property tax assistance;

      2.  Individuals with Disabilities Education Act;

      3.  Forest fire suppression/emergency response;

      4.  National Guard benefits;

      5.  Communicable disease control;

      6.  Maternal child health services;

      7.  Immunization program;

      8.  Welfare administration;

      9.  Welfare Field Services Account;

      10.  Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF);

      11.  Assistance to aged and blind;

      12.  Program for Child Care and Development;

      13.  Nevada Medicaid;

      14.  Division of Health Care Financing and Policy;

      15.  Nevada Check Up Program;

      16.  HIFA Holding Account;

      17.  Rural Child Welfare;

      18.  Attorney General’s Special Litigation Account;

      19.  Attorney General’s Extradition Coordinator;

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      21.  Clark County Integration;

      22.  Washoe County Integration;

      23.  Child Volunteer Background Check; and

      24.  Nuclear Waste Project Office,

Ê are available for both Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, and may be transferred from one fiscal year to the other with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor.

      Sec. 35.  Amounts appropriated pursuant to sections 9, 14, 15, 20, and 26 of this act to finance specific programs as outlined in this section are available for both Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 and may be transferred from one fiscal year to the other with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor as follows:

      1.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Commission on Economic Development pursuant to section 14 of this act, a total of $500,000 in both Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to support the Train Employees Now Program.

      2.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Department of Education, proficiency testing, pursuant to section 15 of this act:

      (a) A total of $624,117 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $952,470 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for the state norm-referenced examination.

      (b) A total of $3,087,968 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $3,092,263 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for the high school proficiency examination and the criterion-referenced examination.

      (c) A total of $682,721 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $680,721 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for the state writing proficiency examinations.

      3.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Health Division pursuant to section 20 of this act, a total of $1,777,236 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $1,827,721 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to support medication costs within the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.

      4.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Department of Taxation pursuant to section 9 of this act, a total of $4,400,000 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $2,528,764 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to support long term Unified Tax System production support.

      5.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency by section 26 of this act, a total of $133,000 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $133,000 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to support the Threshold Research/Pathway 2007 project.

      6.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources pursuant to section 26 of this act, a total of $2,536,952 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 for equipment related to the expansion of the Indian Springs Conservation Camp.

      Sec. 36.  Of the amounts appropriated by sections 2 to 32, inclusive, of this act, amounts appropriated in both Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to finance deferred maintenance projects approved as maintenance decision units within agency budgets are available for both Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 and may be transferred within the same budget account from one year to the other with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor. Any amount so transferred must be used to complete the deferred maintenance as approved by the Legislature.

      Sec. 37.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $2,682,976 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $3,661,516 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to the Interim Finance Committee.

 


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Year 2008-2009 to the Interim Finance Committee. The appropriation pursuant to this section can be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee upon approval by the State Board of Examiners for:

      (a) Costs associated with inmate housing expenses and the proportional increase in inmate driven expenditures that are incurred if the actual inmate population is greater than the projections used for the legislatively approved budgets for the Department of Corrections;

      (b) Costs for additional staffing and support costs for the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety incurred for the supervision of probation and parole caseload that is greater than the projections used for the legislatively approved budget.

      (c) Costs incurred by the State Board of Parole Commissioners for conducting inmate hearings that are greater than legislatively approved or to ensure hearings are conducted in a timely manner.

      2.  Any portion of the appropriation pursuant to this section that is not needed to meet expenditures incurred as set forth in paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of subsection 1, as determined jointly by the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau and the Department of Administration, can be used for programming activities for offenders including mental health and substance abuse treatment for offenders in the custody of the Department of Corrections, under the supervision of the Division of Parole and Probation, or programs provided by speciality courts designed to divert or mitigate circumstances which otherwise would lead to incarceration of an individual.

      3.  The sums appropriated in subsection 1 are available for either fiscal year. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining cannot be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 38.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $135,000 to the Department of Administration to conduct, in consultation with the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety, a study of the presentence investigation report process and risk and needs assessment instruments used by the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety.

      2.  The Department of Administration may issue one or more contracts to conduct the study required pursuant to subsection 1 as it deems appropriate. The study must include a review of the validity of the current workload ratio for presentence investigation reports, a comparison of the presentence investigation report writing process in Nevada to the process used in other similar states, and an evaluation of the contents and quality of the presentence investigation reports prepared in Nevada as compared to other similar states. The study must also include an analysis of the instrument used by the Division to recommend the sentences that should be imposed by courts, an analysis of the instruments used by the Division to assess the risks and needs of offenders under the Division’s supervision and any recommendations for improving those instruments.

 


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and needs of offenders under the Division’s supervision and any recommendations for improving those instruments.

      3.  The Department of Administration, in consultation with the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety, shall submit to the Interim Finance Committee, not later than September 1, 2008, a report of the findings of the study required pursuant to subsection 1.

      4.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 39.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $532,380 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $442,503 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to the Interim Finance Committee for allocation to the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for the placement and treatment services for paroled youth. Money appropriated pursuant to this section can only be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee upon demonstrated need by the Division of Child and Family Services and approved by the State Board of Examiners.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, of each fiscal year, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining for each fiscal year must not be spent for any purpose after September 19, 2008, for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and September 18, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and September 18, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009.

      Sec. 40.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $116,555 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $114,997 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to the Interim Finance Committee for allocation to the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services to support the Interstate Compact on Juveniles.

      2.  Money appropriated pursuant to subsection 1 may only be allocated upon adoption of the Interstate Compact on Juveniles by 35 states and enactment into federal law.

      3.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, of each fiscal year, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining for each fiscal year cannot be spent for any purpose after September 19, 2008, for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and September 18, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and September 18, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009.

 


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and September 18, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 19, 2008, for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and September 18, 2009, for Fiscal Year 2008-2009.

      Sec. 41.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $619,764 to the Interim Finance Committee for allocation to the Supreme Court for a new case management system. Money appropriated pursuant to this section can only be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee upon submittal of a detailed plan and budget developed by the Administrative Office of the Courts.

      2.  Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining cannot be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 42.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $333,269 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $318,224 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 to the Interim Finance Committee for allocation to the Office of Homeland Security to support a state fusion process. Money appropriated pursuant to this section can only be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee upon presentation of a plan developed by the Office of Homeland Security with agreement from local law enforcement, including the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and the Washoe County Sheriff, and approved by the State Board of Examiners.

      2.  The sums appropriated by subsection 1 are available for either fiscal year. Any remaining balance of those sums must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining must not be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 43.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund the sum of $3,970,461 to the Attorney General Tort Claim Fund.

      Sec. 44.  1.  The sums appropriated to the Legislative Fund by section 10 of this act for the support of the Legislative Commission, the various divisions of the Legislative Counsel Bureau and Interim Legislative Operations are available for both Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, and may be transferred among the Legislative Commission, the various divisions of the Legislative Counsel Bureau and the Interim Legislative Operations and from one fiscal year to another with the approval of the Legislative Commission upon the recommendation of the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau. The provisions of chapter 338 of NRS do not apply to projects undertaken pursuant to those appropriations, except that the Legislative Counsel Bureau shall comply with the provisions of NRS 338.010 to 338.090, inclusive, for those projects.

 


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apply to projects undertaken pursuant to those appropriations, except that the Legislative Counsel Bureau shall comply with the provisions of NRS 338.010 to 338.090, inclusive, for those projects.

      2.  The sums appropriated for the support of salaries and payroll costs must be applied pursuant to the budget approved by the Legislature notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 281.123.

      Sec. 45.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, the total amounts appropriated in section 20 of this act to each of the accounts of the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy and the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services enumerated in section 34 of this act, except for the amounts appropriated for the Health Care Financing and Policy Account, the Assistance to the Aged and Blind Program, the Welfare Administration Account and the Welfare Field Services Account, are limits. The divisions shall not request additional money for these programs, except for:

      1.  Increased state costs in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 in the event that federal financial participation rates are less than legislatively approved effective on October 1, 2008;

      2.  Costs related to additional services mandated by the Federal Government on or after October 1, 2007, and not specifically funded in the Nevada Medicaid account in Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009;

      3.  Costs related to an increase in the cost-per-eligible for the aged, blind and disabled population that is higher than the cost-per-eligible used to project Medicaid expenditures for this population in the legislatively approved budget for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and Fiscal Year 2008-2009; and

      4.  Increased state costs in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and Fiscal Year 2008-2009 in the event that the annual allocation of federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant funds is lower than the amounts approved by the Legislature for either fiscal year.

      Sec. 46.  The sums appropriated to the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services of the Department of Health and Human Services by section 20 of this act may be transferred among the various budget accounts of the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor.

      Sec. 47.  The sums appropriated to Nevada Medicaid and the Nevada Check Up Program by section 20 of this act may be transferred between each budget with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor.

      Sec. 48.  The sums appropriated to the Department of Corrections by section 23 of this act may be transferred among the various budget accounts of the Department of Corrections in the same manner and within the same limits as allowed for revisions of work programs in NRS 353.220.

      Sec. 49.  Of the amounts appropriated to the Department of Public Safety by sections 30 and 32 of this act, amounts appropriated to the various budget accounts enumerated in those sections for the support of payment to the Public Safety Information Services Section may be transferred among the various budgets of the Department of Public Safety as enumerated in sections 30 and 32 of this act for the support of payment to the Public Safety Information Services Section with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor. The amount transferred between accounts is limited to the total amount appropriated in the accounts for the support of payment to the Public Safety Information Services Section.

 


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transferred between accounts is limited to the total amount appropriated in the accounts for the support of payment to the Public Safety Information Services Section.

      Sec. 50.  Of the amounts appropriated from the State Highway Fund to the Department of Motor Vehicles, Director’s Office, pursuant to section 32 of this act:

      1.  A total of $2,337,933 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 for the expansion and continuation of kiosk technology; and

      2.  A total of $2,895,375 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for the expansion and continuation of kiosk technology,

Ê may be transferred from one fiscal year to another with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor.

      Sec. 51.  The sums appropriated to any division, agency or section of any department of State Government for the support of salaries and payroll costs may be transferred to any other division, bureau, agency or section of the same department for the support of salaries and payroll costs with the approval of the Interim Finance Committee upon the recommendation of the Governor. The amount transferred into a budget account is limited to the amount budgeted for vacancy savings. Such transfers are also limited only to those activities which are supported by State General Fund or State Highway Fund appropriations.

      Sec. 52.  In addition to the requirements of NRS 353.225, for the Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009, the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada shall comply with any request by the Governor to set aside money from the appropriations made by this act in any specified amount.

      Sec. 53.  1.  Of the sums appropriated by section 16 of this act, any amounts used to match documented research grants in the Nevada System of Higher Education which are not committed for expenditure by June 30 of each fiscal year may be carried forward for a maximum of 2 fiscal years after which time any unexpended amounts revert to the State General Fund.

      2.  All money appropriated by section 16 of this act other than the sums designated in subsection 1 to match documented research grants is subject to the provisions of section 58 of this act.

      Sec. 54.  Notwithstanding the provisions of section 54 of chapter 434, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 1948, any balance of the sum of $50,904 appropriated by section 16 of chapter 434, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 1938, in Fiscal Year 2006-2007 to the National Direct Student Loan Program must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining cannot be spent for any purpose after September 18, 2009, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 55.  Sums appropriated by section 20 of this act to the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services for district attorneys and legal expenses incurred by Clark County and Washoe County for the integration of child welfare services must be used solely for legal representation of the child welfare agencies in Clark County and Washoe County.

      Sec. 56.  There is hereby appropriated $112,557 from the State General Fund to the Public Employees’ Retirement Board to be expended for the administration of the Legislators’ Retirement System for the period from July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2009.

 


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      Sec. 57.  The appropriations made to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency in section 26 of this act are available contingent upon the State of California providing its two-thirds share of funding.

      Sec. 58.  1.  Except as otherwise provided in sections 43, 53, 56, 62 and 69 of this act, any balances of the appropriations made in this act for the Fiscal Years 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30 of each fiscal year by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining cannot be spent for any purpose after September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, for each fiscal year respectively, by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred and, except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, must revert to the fund from which appropriated on or before September 19, 2008, and September 18, 2009, of each fiscal year respectively.

      2.  Any encumbered balance of the appropriations made to the Legislative Fund by section 10 of this act does not revert to the State General Fund but constitutes a balance carried forward.

      Sec. 59.  The State Controller shall provide for the payment of claims legally obligated in each fiscal year on behalf of state agencies until the last business day of the August immediately following the end of each fiscal year. The State Controller shall process any transactions requested by the Director of the Department of Administration from the prior fiscal period until the third Friday in September immediately following the end of the fiscal year.

      Sec. 60.  The State Controller shall transfer among the appropriate accounts and funds the amounts necessary to carry out the budget approved by the Legislature, and the amounts so transferred shall be deemed appropriated.

      Sec. 61.  The State Controller shall pay the annual salaries of Supreme Court Justices, District Court Judges, the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, the Secretary of State, the State Treasurer, the State Controller and the Attorney General in biweekly installments for each day worked up to and including the date of payment. The payment of a portion of the annual salaries of these officers at the end of a calendar year for the purpose of reconciling the amount of the salary paid during that calendar year with the amount of the salary set forth in statute for that office must not be made if it will result in the issuance of a separate check.

      Sec. 62.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Legislative Fund, created pursuant to NRS 218.085, the sum of $3,000,000.

      Sec. 63.  1.  If the Attorney General determines that delays in the receipt of recovery revenue for the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit will result in insufficient revenues to pay authorized expenditures, he may submit a request for a temporary advance from the State General Fund to the Director of the Department of Administration to pay authorized expenditures to support the operations of the Unit.

      2.  The Director of the Department of Administration shall notify the State Controller and the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau if he approves a request made pursuant to subsection 1. The State Controller shall draw a warrant upon receipt of such a notification.

 


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      3.  An advance from the State General Fund approved by the Director of the Department of Administration as authorized pursuant to this section is limited to the total estimated amounts due from outstanding billings for recoveries and must not exceed the total authorized recoveries in the appropriate fiscal year.

      4.  Any money which is temporarily advanced from the State General Fund to the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit pursuant to this section must be repaid on or before the last business day in August immediately following the end of the fiscal year.

      Sec. 64.  1.  If the Executive Director for Veterans’ Services determines that delays in the receipt of federal reimbursement for services provided by the Veterans’ Home in Southern Nevada will result in insufficient revenues to pay authorized expenditures, he may submit a request for a temporary advance from the State General Fund to the Director of the Department of Administration to pay authorized expenditures to support operational costs of the Veterans’ Home.

      2.  The Director of the Department of Administration shall notify the State Controller and the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau if he approves a request made pursuant to subsection 1. The State Controller shall draw a warrant upon receipt of such a notification.

      3.  An advance for the State General Fund approved by the Director of the Department of Administration as authorized pursuant to this section is limited to the total estimated reimbursement due from the Federal Government for operational costs incurred by the Veterans’ Home in Southern Nevada.

      4.  Any money which is temporarily advanced from the State General Fund to the Veterans’ Home in Southern Nevada pursuant to this section must be repaid on or before the last business day in August immediately following the end of the fiscal year.

      Sec. 65.  1.  If the Director of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources determines that, because of delays in the receipt of revenue for services billed to the Federal Government, local governments and other state governments, the amount of current claims for expenses incurred in the suppression of fire or response to emergencies exceeds the amount of money available to pay such claims within 30 days, he may request from the Director of the Department of Administration a temporary advance from the State General Fund to pay authorized expenses.

      2.  The Director of the Department of Administration shall notify the State Controller and the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau if he approves a request made pursuant to subsection 1. The State Controller shall draw his warrant upon receipt of such a notification.

      3.  An advance from the State General Fund:

      (a) May be approved by the Director of the Department of Administration only for expenses incurred in the suppression of fires or response to emergencies charged to the budget account for forest fire suppression/emergency response of the Division of Forestry of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Before approving the advance, the Director shall verify that billings for reimbursement have been sent to the agencies of the Federal Government, local governments or other state governments responsible for reimbursing the Division of Forestry for costs incurred in fire suppression or emergency response activities.

 


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      (b) Is limited to the total due from outstanding billings for reimbursable expenses incurred in the suppression of fires or response to emergencies as approved for payment to the State by agencies of the Federal Government, local governments and other state governments.

      4.  Any money which is temporarily advanced from the State General Fund to the budget account for forest fire suppression/emergency response pursuant to this section must be repaid on or before the last business day in August immediately following the end of the fiscal year.

      Sec. 66.  1.  If the Governor orders the Nevada National Guard into active duty as described in NRS 412.122 for an emergency as described in NRS 353.263 and the Adjutant General of the Nevada National Guard determines expenditures will be required, the Adjutant General may request from the Director of the Department of Administration a temporary advance from the State General Fund for the payment of authorized expenses.

      2.  The Director of the Department of Administration shall notify the State Controller and the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau of the approval of a request made pursuant to subsection 1. The State Controller shall draw his warrant upon receipt of the approval by the Director of the Department of Administration.

      3.  An advance from the State General Fund:

      (a) Must be approved by the Director of the Department of Administration for expenses incurred as a result of activation of the Nevada National Guard.

      (b) Is limited to $25,000 per activation as described in subsection 1.

      4.  Any money which is temporarily advanced from the State General Fund to an account pursuant to subsection 3 must be repaid as soon as possible, and must come from the emergency account established under NRS 353.263.

      Sec. 67.  1.  If projections of the ending balance of the State General Fund fall below the amount estimated by the 2007 Legislature for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 or 2008-2009, the Director of the Department of Administration shall report this information to the State Board of Examiners.

      2.  If the State Board of Examiners determines that the ending balance of the State General Fund is projected to be less than $80,000,000 for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 or 2008-2009, the Governor, pursuant to NRS 353.225, may direct the Director of the Department of Administration to require the State Controller or the head of each department, institution or agency to set aside a reserve of not more than 15 percent of the total amount of operating expenses or other appropriations and money otherwise available to the department, institution or agency.

      3.  A reserve must not be set aside pursuant to this section unless:

      (a) The Governor, on behalf of the State Board of Examiners, submits a report to the Legislature or, if the Legislature is not in session, to the Interim Finance Committee, stating the reasons why a reserve is needed and indicating each department, institution or agency that will be required to set aside a reserve; and

      (b) The Legislature or Interim Finance Committee approves the setting aside of the reserve.

      Sec. 68.  If the State of Nevada is required to make payment to the United States Treasury under the provisions of Public Law 101-453, the Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990, the State Controller, upon approval of the State Board of Examiners, may make such payments from the interest earnings of the State General Fund or interest earnings in other funds when interest on federal money has been deposited in those funds.

 


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the interest earnings of the State General Fund or interest earnings in other funds when interest on federal money has been deposited in those funds.

      Sec. 69.  1.  Of the sums appropriated to the Nevada Arts Council by section 19 of this act, the following amounts must be used to support the Challenge Grant Program:

For the Fiscal Year 2007-2008.................................................... $123,046

For the Fiscal Year 2008-2009.................................................... $123,046

      2.  Any amounts provided to support the Challenge Grant Program as provided by this section which are not committed for expenditure by June 30 of each fiscal year may be carried forward for a maximum of 2 fiscal years after which time any unexpended amounts revert to the State General Fund. If a challenge grant project is completed in less than 3 fiscal years, any unexpended money must not be reallocated and reverts to the State General Fund at the close of the fiscal year.

      3.  All money appropriated by section 19 of this act other than the sums designated in subsection 1 to support the Challenge Grant Program is subject to the provisions of section 58 of this act.

      Sec. 70.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Interim Finance Committee the sum of $1,267,526 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $2,655,717 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 and from the State Highway Fund to the Interim Finance Committee the sums of $125,134 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $257,410 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for allocation to assist state agencies, including the Nevada System of Higher Education, in paying electricity, heating and cooling costs that exceed the amount that has otherwise been appropriated in sections 2 to 31, inclusive, of this act for that purpose.

      2.  Money allocated pursuant to subsection 1 may only be used if all other sources of funding for electricity, heating and cooling costs that have been appropriated in sections 2 to 31, inclusive, of this act have been exhausted by the requesting agency, including the Nevada System of Higher Education.

      3.  If a state agency, including the Nevada System of Higher Education, desires to request funding pursuant to subsection 1, such a request must be approved by the State Board of Examiners before it may be submitted to the Interim Finance Committee.

      4.  The Interim Finance Committee shall require such documentation and reporting by a requesting state agency, including the Nevada System of Higher Education, as it deems necessary to ensure the productive use of the money appropriated in subsection 1.

      5.  The sums appropriated by subsection 1 are available for either fiscal year. Any remaining balance of the sum appropriated by subsection 1 must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted or otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining cannot be spent on electricity, heating and cooling costs after September 18, 2009 for the 2007-2009 biennium by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund, or the State Highway Fund, respectively, on or before September 18, 2009.

 


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      Sec. 71.  1.  There is hereby appropriated from the State General Fund to the Interim Finance Committee the sum of $2,475,570 in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 and $5,160,590 in Fiscal Year 2008-2009 for allocation to school districts in meeting electricity, heating and cooling costs which are greater than amounts budgeted for the 2007-2009 biennium.

      2.  The State Board of Examiners shall establish policies, procedures and criteria for the review of requests for funding pursuant to subsection 1. Upon adoption of such policies, procedures and criteria, the State Board of Examiners shall transmit a copy of the policies, procedures and criteria to the Interim Finance Committee for approval. Upon approval of the policies, procedures and criteria, the Interim Finance Committee shall transmit a copy of the policies, procedures and criteria to the Department of Education.

      3.  If a school district finds that its electricity, heating and cooling costs are greater than the amounts budgeted for Fiscal Year 2007-2008 or Fiscal Year 2008-2009, the school district may submit a request to the Department of Education for an allocation from the sums appropriated in subsection 1.

      4.  The Department of Education, the Budget Division of the Department of Administration and the Fiscal Analysis Division of the Legislative Counsel Bureau shall jointly review a request submitted pursuant to subsection 3, using the policies, procedures and criteria approved by the Interim Finance Committee pursuant to subsection 2. Upon completion of the review, a recommendation for or against an allocation to the requesting school district must be submitted to the State Board of Examiners.

      5.  The State Board of Examiners shall consider each request and recommend the amount of the allocation, if any, to the Interim Finance Committee.

      6.  The Interim Finance Committee is not required to approve the entire recommendation of the allocation pursuant to subsection 5 or to allocate the entire amount appropriated pursuant to subsection 1.

      7.  The sum appropriated by subsection 1 is available for either fiscal year. Any remaining balance of the sum appropriated by subsection 1 must not be allocated by the Interim Finance Committee after June 30, 2009. Any remaining balance of the appropriation made by subsection 1 must not be committed for expenditure after June 30, 2009, by the entity to which the appropriation is made or any entity to which money from the appropriation is granted otherwise transferred in any manner, and any portion of the appropriated money remaining cannot be spent on electricity, heating and cooling costs after September 18, 2009, for the 2007-2009 biennium by either the entity to which the money was appropriated or the entity to which the money was subsequently granted or transferred, and must be reverted to the State General Fund on or before September 18, 2009.

      Sec. 72.  Section 3 of chapter 451, Statutes of Nevada 2005, at page 2082, is hereby amended to read as follows:

      Sec. 3.  This act becomes effective on July 1, 2005.

      Sec. 73.  1.  This section and sections 43, 62 and 72 of this act become effective upon passage and approval.

      2.  Sections 1 to 42, inclusive, 44 to 61, inclusive, and 63 to 71, inclusive, of this act become effective on July 1, 2007.

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