CIP; 19th Senatorial District
Appropriates funds for capital improvement projects in the 19th senatorial district.
TWENTY-SECOND LEGISLATURE, 2004
STATE OF HAWAII
A BILL FOR AN ACT
relating to capital improvement projects for the benefit of THE 19th SENATORIAL DISTRICT.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII:
SECTION 1. The director of finance is authorized to issue general obligation bonds in the sum of $253,165,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, and the same sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated for fiscal year 2004-2005, for the following capital improvements in the nineteenth senatorial district:
1. Kaleiopuu Elementary School
A. Design and construction of emergency exit with ramp at rear of school.
Total funding $170,000
B. Construction of concrete fire break in rear of school.
Total funding $16,000
C. Renovation of fire rescue area on second floor of Building G.
Total funding $110,000
D. Design and construction of retaining wall on the entire mauka side of campus.
Total funding $270,000
E. Extend mauka side of fire lanes to have access to school.
Total funding $45,000
2. Mauka Lani Elementary School
A. Design and construction of a two-story
Total funding $4,910,000
B. Install elevator in Building A.
Total funding $2,825,000
3. Makakilo Elementary School
A. Install night lighting around campus buildings.
Total funding $150,000
B. Install air conditioning in every room.
Total funding $3,250,000
C. Cafeteria, install windows with security screens.
Total funding $12,000
D. Build walkway and safety rails between buildings
H and C.
Total funding $50,000
4. Barbers Point Elementary School
A. Design and install sprinkler/irrigation system.
Total funding $130,000
B. Design and construction of paved parking area along Cophaee Street.
Total funding $53,000
C. Design and construction for air conditioning of classroom and administration buildings
B, C, E, F, G, and H.
Total funding $2,800,000
5. Kapolei Judiciary Complex
Total funding $75,200,000
6. Kapolei Public Library
A. Equipment and books $1,000,000
Total Funding $1,000,000
B. Plan, design, construction, and equipment of Phase II.
Plan, design, and
Total funding $12,000,000
7. Franklin D. Roosevelt Avenue, Oahu
Extension of Franklin D. Roosevelt Avenue to meet the intersection of Kamokila Boulevard/Kapolei Parkway.
Total funding $875,000
8. Waikele Elementary School
Install a total of seven lighted lampposts in lower campus:
Three lighted lampposts in the lower parking lot with electrical outlet, and four along the concrete walkway to upper campus.
Total funding $99,000
9. Kapolei High School
Malama Learning Center
Total funding $5,000,000
10. Royal Kunia Elementary School
A. Construct the first increment, ground and site improvements, equipment and appurtenances.
Total funding $16,100,000
B. Design and construct the second increment, ground and site improvements, equipment and appurtenances.
Total funding $9,100,000
11. University of Hawaii, West Oahu Campus
A. Design and construction of West Oahu Campus, Oahu.
Total funding $85,000,000
12. H-1 Kapolei Interchange
Total funding $500,000
13. H-1 North-South Road Interchange
Total funding $24,000,000
14. Kalaeloa roadway improvements
Total funding $500,000
15. Makakilo Drive extension for second access road
Total funding $9,000,000
SECTION 2. The sums appropriated for the respective capital projects set forth in section 1 shall be expended for the purposes of this Act; provided that:
(1) The sums appropriated in items 1 through 6, and 8 through 10 shall be expended by the department of accounting and general services;
(2) The sums appropriated in items 7, and 12 through 15 shall be expended by the department of transportation; and
(3) The sums appropriated in item 11 shall be expended by the University of Hawaii.
SECTION 3. The appropriations made for capital improvement projects authorized in this Act shall not lapse at the end of the fiscal year for which the appropriation is made; provided that all appropriations which are unexpended or unencumbered as of June 30, 2006, shall lapse as of that date.
SECTION 4. This Act shall take effect on July 1, 2004.