THE SENATE

S.B. NO.

1537

THIRTY-SECOND LEGISLATURE, 2023

 

STATE OF HAWAII

 

 

 

 

 

 

A BILL FOR AN ACT

 

 

RELATING TO THE STATE BUDGET.

 

 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF HAWAII:

 


PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act shall be known and may be cited as the General Improvements Act of 2023.

SECTION 2. DEFINITIONS. Unless otherwise clear from the context, as used in this Act:

"Capital project number" means the official number of the capital project, as assigned by the responsible organization.

"Expending agency" means the executive department, independent commission, bureau, office, board, or other establishment of the state government (other than the legislature, office of Hawaiian affairs, and judiciary); the political subdivisions of the State; or any quasi-public institution supported in whole or in part by state funds, that is authorized to expend specified appropriations made by this Act.

Abbreviations, where used to denote the expending agency, shall mean the following:

AGR Department of agriculture

AGS Department of accounting and general services

ATG Department of the attorney general

BED Department of business, economic development and tourism

BEF Department of budget and finance

CCA Department of commerce and consumer affairs

DEF Department of defense

EDN Department of education

GOV Office of the governor

HHL Department of Hawaiian home lands

HMS Department of human services

HRD Department of human resources development

HTH Department of health

LAW Department of law enforcement

LBR Department of labor and industrial relations

LNR Department of land and natural resources

LTG Office of the lieutenant governor

PSD Department of public safety/corrections and rehabilitation

SUB Subsidies

TAX Department of taxation

TRN Department of transportation

UOH University of Hawaii

CCH City and county of Honolulu

COH County of Hawaii

COK County of Kauai

COM County of Maui

"Means of financing" or "MOF" means the source from which funds are appropriated or authorized to be expended for the programs and projects specified in this Act. All appropriations are followed by letter symbols. The letter symbols, where used, shall have the following meanings:

A general funds

B special funds

C general obligation bond fund

D general obligation bond fund with debt service cost to be paid from special funds

E revenue bond funds

J federal aid interstate funds

K federal aid primary funds

L federal aid secondary funds

M federal aid urban funds

N federal funds

P other federal funds

R private contributions

S county funds

T trust funds

U interdepartmental transfers

V American Rescue Plan funds

W revolving funds

X other funds

"Position ceiling" means the maximum number of permanent and temporary full-time equivalent positions that an expending agency is authorized for a particular program during a specified period or periods, as denoted by a single asterisk for permanent full-time equivalent positions and double asterisks for temporary full-time equivalent positions.

"Program ID" means the unique identifier for the specific program and consists of the abbreviation for the organization responsible for carrying out the program, followed by the organization number for the program.

PART II. PROGRAM APPROPRIATIONS

SECTION 3. APPROPRIATIONS. The following sums, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to accomplish the purposes and programs designated herein, are hereby appropriated or authorized, as the case may be, from the means of financing specified to the expending agencies designated for the fiscal biennium beginning July 1, 2023, and ending June 30, 2025. The total expenditures and the number of positions in each fiscal year of the biennium shall not exceed the sums and the position ceilings indicated for each fiscal year, except as provided elsewhere in this Act or as provided by general law.


A. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

1. AGR122 - PLANT PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 600,000 C C

 

2. AGR131 - RABIES QUARANTINE

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 500,000 A A

 

3. AGR141 - AGRICULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGR 2,000,000 A A

AGR 8,500,000 C C

AGR 3,000,000 N N

 

4. AGR192 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION FOR AGRICULTURE

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 1,000,000 A A

AGS 6,000,000 C C

 

5. BED170 - AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH

INVESTMENT CAPITAL BED 500,000 A A

BED 1,100,000 C C

 

6. LNR141 - WATER AND LAND DEVELOPMENT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL LNR 10,000,000 A 10,000,000 A

LNR 20,000,000 C 20,000,000 C

 

7. BED150 - HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

INVESTMENT CAPITAL BED 12,125,000 C C

 


 

B. EMPLOYMENT

 


 

C. TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES

1. TRN102 - DANIEL K. INOUYE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 95,250,000 E 12,760,000 E

TRN 1,000 N N

 

2. TRN104 - GENERAL AVIATION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 12,000,000 E 12,000,000 E

TRN 1,000 N 1,000 N

 

3. TRN131 - KAHULUI AIRPORT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 34,700,000 E E

TRN 1,000 N N

 

4. TRN161 - LIHUE AIRPORT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 4,687,000 B B

TRN 3,690,000 E 10,000,000 E

TRN 1,074,000 X X

 

5. TRN195 - AIRPORTS ADMINISTRATION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 4,428,000 B 4,428,000 B

TRN 524,546,000 E 79,000,000 E

TRN 3,000 N 2,000 N

TRN 44,157,000 X 157,000 X

 

6. TRN301 - HONOLULU HARBOR

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 4,000 B 4,000 B

TRN 49,988,000 E 34,988,000 E

TRN 4,000 N 4,000 N

TRN 4,000 R 4,000 R

 

7. TRN303 - KALAELOA BARBERS POINT HARBOR

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN B 4,000 B

TRN E 4,988,000 E

TRN N 4,000 N

TRN R 4,000 R

 

8. TRN311 - HILO HARBOR

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 4,000 B 4,000 B

TRN 14,988,000 E 4,988,000 E

TRN 4,000 N 4,000 N

TRN 4,000 R 4,000 R

 

9. TRN313 - KAWAIHAE HARBOR

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 4,000 B 4,000 B

TRN 14,988,000 E 4,988,000 E

TRN 4,000 N 4,000 N

TRN 4,000 R 4,000 R

 

10. TRN331 - KAHULUI HARBOR

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 4,000 B 4,000 B

TRN 9,988,000 E 24,988,000 E

TRN 4,000 N 4,000 N

TRN 4,000 R 4,000 R

 

11. TRN361 - NAWILIWILI HARBOR

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN B 4,000 B

TRN E 4,988,000 E

TRN N 4,000 N

TRN R 4,000 R

 

12. TRN395 - HARBORS ADMINISTRATION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 2,504,000 B 2,504,000 B

TRN 9,988,000 E 4,988,000 E

TRN 4,000 N 4,000 N

TRN 4,000 R 4,000 R

 

13. TRN501 - OAHU HIGHWAYS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 1,500,000 E E

 

14. TRN511 - HAWAII HIGHWAYS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 9,600,000 E E

 

15. TRN531 - MAUI HIGHWAYS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 1,000,000 E E

TRN 4,000,000 N N

 

16. TRN561 - KAUAI HIGHWAYS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 3,200,000 E E

TRN 12,800,000 N N

 


 

17. TRN595 - HIGHWAYS ADMINISTRATION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL TRN 1,900,000 B B

TRN 67,000,000 E 50,050,000 E

TRN 237,200,000 N 158,600,000 N

 


 

D. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

1. HTH840 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HTH 7,102,000 C 11,723,000 C

HTH 55,044,000 N 58,611,000 N

 


 

E. HEALTH

1. HTH100 - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 115,000 C 2,917,000 C

 

2. HTH211 - KAHUKU HOSPITAL

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HTH 3,000,000 A 7,000,000 A

 

3. HTH212 - HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION REGIONS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HTH 12,000,000 A 15,500,000 A

HTH 50,000,000 C C

 

4. HTH214 - MAUI HEALTH SYSTEM, A KFH LLC

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HTH 6,000,000 A 6,000,000 A

 

5. HTH215 - HAWAI`I HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION - O'AHU REGION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HTH 3,000,000 A 3,000,000 A

 

6. HTH430 - ADULT MENTAL HEALTH - INPATIENT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 3,900,000 C 39,000,000 C

 

7. HTH710 - STATE LABORATORY SERVICES

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 19,010,000 A 4,240,000 A

AGS 11,557,000 C C

 

8. HTH907 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 1,000,000 A 1,000,000 A

 


 

F. SOCIAL SERVICES

1. HMS503 - HAWAII YOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (HYCF)

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 6,450,000 C C

 

2. DEF112 - SERVICES TO VETERANS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 65,000 A A

DEF 600,000 A A

AGS P 585,000 P

DEF P 6,000,000 P

 

3. HMS220 - RENTAL HOUSING SERVICES

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HMS 10,000,000 A 10,000,000 A

 

4. HHL602 - PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT FOR HAWAIIAN HOMESTEADS

INVESTMENT CAPITAL HHL 20,000,000 C 20,000,000 C

 


 

G. FORMAL EDUCATION

1. EDN100 - SCHOOL-BASED BUDGETING

INVESTMENT CAPITAL EDN 123,000,000 A 123,000,000 A

EDN 199,250,000 C 194,750,000 C

EDN 90,400,000 P 320,000,000 P

 

2. EDN400 - SCHOOL SUPPORT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL EDN 2,000,000 A 2,000,000 A

 

3. EDN450 - SCHOOL FACILITIES AGENCY

INVESTMENT CAPITAL EDN 750,000 C 5,250,000 C

 

4. EDN407 - PUBLIC LIBRARIES

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 10,000,000 A 10,000,000 A

AGS 10,000,000 C C

 

5. DEF114 - HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD YOUTH CHALLENGE ACADEMY

INVESTMENT CAPITAL DEF 5,000,000 A A

 

6. UOH210 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HILO

INVESTMENT CAPITAL UOH 17,500,000 C 26,500,000 C

 

7. UOH700 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, WEST OAHU

INVESTMENT CAPITAL UOH 5,000,000 C 3,500,000 C

 

8. UOH800 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, COMMUNITY COLLEGES

INVESTMENT CAPITAL UOH 45,000,000 A 45,000,000 A

 

9. UOH900 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, SYSTEMWIDE SUPPORT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL UOH 30,000,000 A 30,000,000 A

UOH 20,000,000 C 20,000,000 C

 


 

H. CULTURE AND RECREATION

 


 

I. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. PSD900 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 15,000,000 A 7,500,000 A

PSD 3,000,000 A 3,000,000 A

AGS 15,000,000 C 10,000,000 C

 

2. DEF116 - HAWAII ARMY AND AIR NATIONAL GUARD

INVESTMENT CAPITAL DEF 1,680,000 A 1,657,000 A

DEF 4,490,000 P 4,680,000 P

 

3. DEF118 - HAWAII EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 1,500,000 A 1,500,000 A

DEF 5,000,000 A A

AGS 5,000,000 C 5,000,000 C

AGS 1,500,000 P 1,500,000 P

 


 

J. INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS

 


 

K. GOVERNMENT-WIDE SUPPORT

1. AGS111 - ARCHIVES - RECORDS MANAGEMENT

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 4,100,000 C C

 

2. AGS221 - PUBLIC WORKS - PLANNING, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION

INVESTMENT CAPITAL AGS 15,000,000 A 15,000,000 A

AGS 38,200,000 C C

 

 


PART III. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

SECTION 4. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AUTHORIZED. The sums appropriated or authorized in part II of this Act for capital improvements shall be expended for the projects listed below. Accounting of the appropriations by the department of accounting and general services shall be based on the projects as the projects are listed in this section. Several related or similar projects may be combined into a single project if the combination is advantageous or convenient for implementation; provided that the total cost of the projects thus combined shall not exceed the total of the sum specified for the projects separately. The amount after each cost element and the total funding for each project listed in this part are in thousands of dollars.


A. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AGR122 - PLANT PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL

 

1. QUARANTINE GREENHOUSE IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO QUARANTINE GREENHOUSES ON OAHU.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 600 C C

 

AGR131 - RABIES QUARANTINE

 

2. HALAWA ANIMAL QUARANTINE STATION RE‑ROOF, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE RE‑ROOFING OF THE ANIMAL QUARANTINE STATION IN HALAWA, OAHU.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 500 A A

 

AGR141 - AGRICULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

 

3. KAHUKU AGRICULTURAL PARK MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE KAHUKU AGRICULTURAL PARK.

TOTAL FUNDING AGR 2,000 A A

 


 

4. WAIMANALO IRRIGATION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WAIMANALO IRRIGATION SYSTEM.

TOTAL FUNDING AGR 2,000 C C

 

5. STATE IRRIGATION SYSTEM RESERVOIR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE STATE IRRIGATION SYSTEM RESERVOIR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING AGR 3,000 C C

AGR 3,000 N N

 

6. WAIMEA IRRIGATION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, HAWAII

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WAIMEA IRRIGATION SYSTEM.

TOTAL FUNDING AGR 3,500 C C

 


 

AGR192 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION FOR AGRICULTURE

 

7. MISCELLANEOUS HEALTH, SAFETY, CODE, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO ADDRESS HEALTH, SAFETY, CODE, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 1,000 A A

 

8. HALAWA ANIMAL QUARANTINE STATION, OAHU

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR REMOVAL OR REMEDIATION OF GROUND SURFACING TAR-LIKE SUBSTANCE FROM SITE AND OTHER AFFECTED AREAS, PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; AND ALL PROJECT RELATED COSTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 6,000 C C

 

BED170 - AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH

 

9. GALBRAITH AGRICULTURAL LANDS IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS AT THE GALBRAITH AGRICULTURAL LANDS. PROJECTS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE REMOVAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SOLID WASTE, GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS, AND OTHER INCIDENTAL WORK.

TOTAL FUNDING BED 500 A A

 


 

10. AAHOAKA RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS, KAUAI

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE UPPER AND LOWER AAHOAKA RESERVOIRS.

TOTAL FUNDING BED 1,100 C C

 

LNR141 - WATER AND LAND DEVELOPMENT

 

11. DLNR LUMP SUM MAJOR CIP, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR VARIOUS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS AT DLNR FACILITIES OR TO ACQUIRE STATE LANDS, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING LNR 20,000 C 20,000 C

 

12. DLNR LUMP SUM MINOR REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR VARIOUS REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE PROJECTS AT DLNR FACILITIES OR ON STATE-OWNED LANDS, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING LNR 10,000 A 10,000 A

 


 

BED150 - HAWAII COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

 

13. SARATOGA AVENUE ELECTRICAL AND COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS, KALAELOA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, OAHU

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR ELECTRICAL AND COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS ON SARATOGA AVENUE, KALAELOA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, OAHU.

TOTAL FUNDING BED 12,125 C C

 


 

B. EMPLOYMENT

 


 

C. TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES

TRN102 - DANIEL K. INOUYE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

 

1. DANIEL K. INOUYE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO TERMINALS, SYSTEMS, AND FACILITIES AT THE AIRPORT. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 95,250 E 12,760 E

TRN 1 N N

 

TRN104 - GENERAL AVIATION

 

2. KALAELOA AIRPORT, AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO TERMINALS, SYSTEMS, AND FACILITIES AT THE AIRPORT. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 12,000 E 12,000 E

TRN 1 N 1 N

 


 

TRN131 - KAHULUI AIRPORT

 

3. KAHULUI AIRPORT, AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS, MAUI

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO TERMINALS, SYSTEMS, AND FACILITIES AT THE AIRPORT. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 34,700 E E

TRN 1 N N

 

TRN161 - LIHUE AIRPORT

 

4. LIHUE AIRPORT, AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS, KAUAI

 

LAND ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO TERMINALS, SYSTEMS, FACILITIES, AND LAND ACQUISITION AT THE AIRPORT (OTHER FUNDS FROM CUSTOMER FACILITY CHARGES).

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4,687 B B

TRN 3,690 E 10,000 E

TRN 1,074 X X

 


 

TRN195 - AIRPORTS ADMINISTRATION

 

5. AIRPORTS DIVISION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT STAFF COSTS, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR COSTS RELATED TO WAGES AND FRINGE BENEFITS FOR PERMANENT PROJECT FUNDED STAFF POSITIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION'S AIRPORTS DIVISION. PROJECT MAY ALSO INCLUDE FUNDS FOR NON-PERMANENT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM-RELATED POSITIONS (OTHER FUNDS FROM PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGES).

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4,428 B 4,428 B

TRN 157 X 157 X

 

6. AIRFIELD IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR AIRFIELD IMPROVEMENTS AT STATEWIDE AIRPORTS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 452,600 E 66,000 E

TRN 1 N 1 N

 


 

7. FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS OF VARIOUS FACILITIES AND OTHER RELATED IMPROVEMENTS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 58,946 E E

TRN 1 N N

 

8. AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR STATEWIDE IMPROVEMENTS. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE PLANNING STUDIES, SAFETY, COMPLIANCE, OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY, DEVELOPMENT, AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 13,000 E 13,000 E

TRN 1 N 1 N

 

9. RENTAL CAR FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION TO PROVIDE CONSOLIDATED CAR RENTAL FACILITIES FOR THE RENTAL CAR AGENCIES AND OTHER RELATED IMPROVEMENTS (OTHER FUNDS FROM CUSTOMER FACILITY CHARGES).

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 44,000 X X

 


 

TRN301 - HONOLULU HARBOR

 

10. HONOLULU HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS THAT WILL PROVIDE FOR SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING AND/OR ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL AREAS THROUGHOUT HONOLULU HARBOR, OAHU. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4 B 4 B

TRN 49,988 E 34,988 E

TRN 4 N 4 N

TRN 4 R 4 R

 

TRN303 - KALAELOA BARBERS POINT HARBOR

 

11. KALAELOA BARBERS POINT HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS THAT WILL PROVIDE FOR SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING AND/OR ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL AREAS THROUGHOUT KALAELOA BARBERS POINT HARBOR, OAHU. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN B 4 B

TRN E 4,988 E

TRN N 4 N

TRN R 4 R

 


 

TRN311 - HILO HARBOR

 

12. HILO HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS, HAWAII

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS THAT WILL PROVIDE FOR SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING AND/OR ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL AREAS THROUGHOUT HILO HARBOR, HAWAII. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4 B 4 B

TRN 14,988 E 4,988 E

TRN 4 N 4 N

TRN 4 R 4 R

 

TRN313 - KAWAIHAE HARBOR

 

13. KAWAIHAE HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS, HAWAII

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS THAT WILL PROVIDE FOR SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING AND/OR ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL AREAS THROUGHOUT KAWAIHAE HARBOR, HAWAII. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4 B 4 B

TRN 14,988 E 4,988 E

TRN 4 N 4 N

TRN 4 R 4 R

 


 

TRN331 - KAHULUI HARBOR

 

14. KAHULUI HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS, MAUI

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS THAT WILL PROVIDE FOR SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING AND/OR ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL AREAS THROUGHOUT KAHULUI HARBOR, MAUI. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4 B 4 B

TRN 9,988 E 24,988 E

TRN 4 N 4 N

TRN 4 R 4 R

 

TRN361 - NAWILIWILI HARBOR

 

15. NAWILIWILI HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS, KAUAI

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS THAT WILL PROVIDE FOR SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING AND/OR ADDITIONAL OPERATIONAL AREAS THROUGHOUT NAWILIWILI HARBOR, KAUAI. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN B 4 B

TRN E 4,988 E

TRN N 4 N

TRN R 4 R

 


 

TRN395 - HARBORS ADMINISTRATION

 

16. MODERNIZATION PROGRAM, HARBORS DIVISION CIP PROJECT STAFF COSTS, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS FOR COSTS RELATED TO WAGES AND FRINGE BENEFITS FOR PERMANENT HARBOR MODERNIZATION PLAN PROJECT-FUNDED STAFF POSITIONS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MODERNIZATION PROGRAM PROJECTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION'S HARBORS DIVISION, STATEWIDE. PROJECTS MAY ALSO INCLUDE FUNDS FOR NON-PERMANENT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM-RELATED POSITIONS.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 2,500 B 2,500 B

 

17. COMMERCIAL HARBORS ADMINISTRATIVE INITIATIVES, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR COSTS RELATED TO STATEWIDE IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION'S HARBORS DIVISION, STATEWIDE. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4 B 4 B

TRN 9,988 E 4,988 E

TRN 4 N 4 N

TRN 4 R 4 R

 


 

TRN501 - OAHU HIGHWAYS

 

18. INTERSTATE ROUTE H-1, KUNIA EAST BOUND ON-RAMP, OAHU

 

PLANS FOR A KUNIA EAST BOUND ON-RAMP; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 1,500 E E

 

TRN511 - HAWAII HIGHWAYS

 

19. WAIMEA REGIONAL SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, HAWAII

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN WAIMEA, INCLUDING MULTIMODAL IMPROVEMENTS IN WAIMEA TOWN, OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS AT KAWAIHAE ROAD AND LINDSEY ROAD, AND A BYPASS BETWEEN KAWAIHAE ROAD AND MAMALAHOA HIGHWAY.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 9,600 E E

 


 

TRN531 - MAUI HIGHWAYS

 

20. PUUNENE AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS, KAMEHAMEHA AVENUE TO KUIHELANI HIGHWAY, MAUI

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR THE WIDENING OF PUUNENE AVENUE FROM KAMEHAMEHA AVENUE TO KUIHELANI HIGHWAY FROM TWO TO FOUR LANES, AND FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 1,000 E E

TRN 4,000 N N

 

TRN561 - KAUAI HIGHWAYS

 

21. WAIMEA CANYON DRIVE/KOKEE ROAD IMPROVEMENTS, KAUAI

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR PAVED SHOULDERS, INSTALLING GUARDRAILS, PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND SIGNS, AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS IN THE VICINITY OF MILE POST 0 TO MILE POST 14. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 3,200 E E

TRN 12,800 N N

 


 

TRN595 - HIGHWAYS ADMINISTRATION

 

22. HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

LAND ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO HIGHWAY FACILITIES NECESSARY FOR HIGHWAY SYSTEM SAFETY. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 6,050 E E

TRN 21,000 N N

 

23. HIGHWAY SYSTEM PRESERVATION IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM AND ITS FACILITIES, INCLUDING PAVEMENT, AND SIGNAGE, AND THE ADDRESS OF SHORELINE AND BRIDGE SCOUR ISSUES. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 17,600 E 21,000 E

TRN 70,400 N 66,000 N

 


 

24. HIGHWAY STRUCTURAL FACILITIES PROGRAM, STATEWIDE

 

LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE REPLACEMENT, UPGRADE, REHABILITATION, AND/OR MAJOR REPAIR OF HIGHWAY STRUCTURES, INCLUDING BRIDGES, TUNNELS, METAL CULVERTS, AND DESTINATION SIGN STRUCTURES. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 1,900 B B

TRN 23,250 E 18,150 E

TRN 93,400 N 72,600 N

 

25. HIGHWAY DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS TO HIGHWAY FACILITIES INCLUDING INSTALLATION OF DRAINAGE FACILITIES, CATCH BASINS, GRATED DROP INLETS, LINED SWALES, HEADWALLS, AND CULVERTS, DRYWELLS, DITCHES, AND BASINS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 1,000 E 3,600 E

TRN 4,000 N N

 


 

26. HIGHWAY PLANNING, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS FOR FEDERAL AID AND NON-FEDERAL AID PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS THAT INCLUDE ROADWAY CLASSIFICATION, DATA COLLECTION, LONG AND MID-RANGE PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION NEEDS STUDIES, HRS 343/NEPA STUDIES, CORRIDOR STUDIES, SCOPING, AND BRIDGE EVALUATIONS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 2,500 E E

TRN 6,000 N N

 

27. HIGHWAY RESEARCH, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS FOR FEDERAL AID AND NON-FEDERAL AID RESEARCH AND PROJECTS, INCLUDING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 900 E E

TRN 3,600 N N

 


 

28. HIGHWAYS DIVISION MODERNIZATION, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR THE INVESTIGATION, TESTING, AND POSSIBLE INCORPORATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW TECHNIQUES, TECHNOLOGIES, PROGRAMS, AND SYSTEMS FOR THE MODERNIZATION OF THE HIGHWAYS DIVISION. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 100 E E

TRN 400 N N

 

29. HIGHWAY TRAFFIC OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO EXISTING HIGHWAY FACILITIES FOR MORE EFFICIENT TRAFFIC FLOW. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 11,300 E 7,300 E

TRN 24,800 N 20,000 N

 


 

30. HIGHWAY FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION FOR MAJOR REPAIRS, REHABILITATION, UPGRADES, MODERNIZATION, AND/OR INSTALLATION OF HIGHWAY FACILITIES SUPPORTING STAFF FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN 4,300 E E

TRN 13,600 N N

 


 

D. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

HTH840 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

 

1. WASTEWATER TREATMENT REVOLVING FUND FOR POLLUTION CONTROL, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION FUNDS TO PROVIDE STATE MATCH FOR FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS. FUNDS TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 342D, HRS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 3,498 C 5,515 C

HTH 26,016 N 27,573 N

 

2. SAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION FUNDS TO PROVIDE STATE MATCH FOR FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER TREATMENT REVOLVING LOAN FUND, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 340E, HRS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 3,604 C 6,208 C

HTH 29,028 N 31,038 N

 


 

E. HEALTH

HTH100 - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING

 

1. KALAUPAPA SETTLEMENT, MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL COVER AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS, MOLOKAI

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TO INSTALL A SYNTHETIC LANDFILL COVER AT MSW LANDFILL AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 15 C 2,477 C

 

2. KALAUPAPA SETTLEMENT, REMEDIATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, MOLOKAI

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR REMEDIATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FROM DESIGNATED KALAUPAPA SETTLEMENT STRUCTURES AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 100 C 440 C

 

HTH211 - KAHUKU HOSPITAL

 

3. KAHUKU MEDICAL CENTER, LUMP SUM PROJECTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR RENOVATION AND IMPROVEMENTS OF KAHUKU MEDICAL CENTER BUILDING AND CAMPUS.

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 3,000 A 7,000 A

 


 

HTH212 - HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION REGIONS

 

4. HILO MEDICAL CENTER, ICU AND MEDICAL SURGICAL UNIT EXPANSION, HAWAII

 

CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE ICU AND MEDICAL SURGICAL UNIT EXPANSION.

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 50,000 C C

 

5. LUMP SUM HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION, IMPROVEMENTS AND RENOVATIONS, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS AND RENOVATIONS INCLUDING RENOVATION AND/OR EXPANSION OF FACILITIES; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 12,000 A 15,500 A

 

HTH214 - MAUI HEALTH SYSTEM, A KFH LLC

 

6. LUMP SUM MAUI HEALTH SYSTEM, FACILITIES REPAIR, RENOVATIONS, AND UPGRADES, MAUI AND LANAI

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE REPAIRS, RENOVATIONS, EXPANSION, AND UPGRADES TO MAUI MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER (MMMC), KULA HOSPITAL (KH), AND LANAI COMMUNITY HOSPITAL (LCH).

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 6,000 A 6,000 A

 


 

HTH215 HAWAI`I HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION - O'AHU REGION

 

7. LUMP SUM OAHU REGION PROJECTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR LUMP SUM PROJECTS FOR OAHU REGION PROJECTS.

TOTAL FUNDING HTH 3,000 A 3,000 A

 

HTH430 - ADULT MENTAL HEALTH - INPATIENT

 

8. HAWAII STATE HOSPITAL, GUENSBERG BUILDING, RENOVATIONS AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR STABILIZATION AND MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS UNIT IN GUENSBERG BUILDING AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 3,900 C 39,000 C

 

HTH710 - STATE LABORATORY SERVICES

 

9. KAMAULEULE, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE, OAHU

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE HAWAII STATE LABORATORY INCLUDING FIRE ALARM REPLACEMENT, AIR HANDLERS AND EXHAUST FANS, ELEVATOR MODERNIZATION, WATERPROOFING, SPALLING CONCRETE REPAIRS, HURRICANE PROTECTIVE MEASURES, PARKING AND ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS, AND OTHER RELATED IMPROVEMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 19,010 A 4,240 A

 


 

10. KAMAULEULE, BIOSAFETY LEVEL 3 LABORATORY, OAHU

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR A BIOSAFETY LEVEL 3 LABORATORY ON THE ISLAND OF OAHU, TO PROVIDE FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASE WORK FOR AN IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS. FUNDS WILL SUPPLEMENT FEDERAL FUNDS THAT HAVE BEEN AWARDED FOR THIS PROJECT.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 11,557 C C

 

HTH907 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

11. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR NECESSARY IMPROVEMENTS TO PROVIDE FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY, ACCESSIBILITY, AND OTHER CODE REQUIREMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 1,000 A 1,000 A

 


 

F. SOCIAL SERVICES

HMS503 - HAWAII YOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (HYCF)

 

1. KAWAILOA YOUTH AND FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER (KYFWC) SEWER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TO ASSESS, REPAIR, AND IMPROVE THE KAWAILOA YOUTH AND FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER SEWER SYSTEM.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 1,550 C C

 

2. KAWAILOA YOUTH AND FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER (KYFWC) WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGNS AND CONSTRUCTION TO ASSESS, REPAIR, AND IMPROVE THE KAWAILOA YOUTH AND FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 4,900 C C

 


 

DEF112 - SERVICES TO VETERANS

 

3. VETERANS CEMETERY RESTORATION AND IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS TO VETERANS CEMETERIES STATEWIDE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO RESTORATION, REALIGNMENT, REPLACEMENT, REPAIRS, RENOVATIONS, AND OTHER ASSOCIATED IMPROVEMENTS. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING DEF 600 A A

DEF P 6,000 P

 

4. HOOLEHUA VETERANS CEMETERY UPGRADES AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS, MOLOKAI

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS TO THE HOOLEHUA STATE VETERANS CEMETERY ON MOLOKAI. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 65 A A

AGS P 585 P

 


 

HMS220 - RENTAL HOUSING SERVICES

 

5. LUMP SUM HAWAII PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY, DEVELOPMENT, IMPROVEMENTS, AND RENOVATIONS, STATEWIDE

 

PLAN, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT TO DEVELOP, UPGRADE OR RENOVATE PUBLIC HOUSING FACILITIES, INCLUDING BUILDING AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS, INFRASTRUCTURE, EQUIPMENT, AND APPURTENANCES. PROJECT COSTS ARE ALL RELATED AND ASSOCIATED EXPENDITURES.

TOTAL FUNDING HMS 10,000 A 10,000 A

 

HHL602 - PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT FOR HAWAIIAN HOMESTEADS

 

6. LUMP SUM REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE, HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE ON VARIOUS HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING HHL 20,000 C 20,000 C

 


 

G. FORMAL EDUCATION

EDN100 - SCHOOL-BASED BUDGETING

 

1. LUMP SUM CIP - CAPACITY, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR CAPACITY; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 147,300 C 74,750 C

 

2. LUMP SUM CIP - DEFERRED MAINTENANCE PROJECTS, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE, INCLUDING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REMEDIATION; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 96,000 A 96,000 A

 

3. LUMP SUM CIP - INSTRUCTIONAL, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR EQUITY, INCLUDING RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND/OR REPLACEMENT OF FACILITIES; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 2,500 C 11,000 C

 


 

4. LUMP SUM CIP - SUPPORT, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING OR NEW SCHOOL FACILITIES; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 26,850 C 29,000 C

 

5. LUMP SUM CIP - COMPLIANCE, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS TO BRING THE DOE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ADA, ABR, AND GENDER EQUITY REQUIREMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 22,000 A 22,000 A

 

6. LUMP SUM CIP - HEALTH AND SAFETY, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO SCHOOL FACILITIES AND GROUNDS TO MEET HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS/LAWS, AND ORDINANCES AND/OR COUNTY REQUIREMENTS; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 5,000 A 5,000 A

 


 

7. LUMP SUM CIP - FEDERAL GRANTS, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR REPLACEMENT OR RENOVATED BUILDINGS OR REPLACEMENT SCHOOLS; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 22,600 C 80,000 C

EDN 90,400 P 320,000 P

 

EDN400 - SCHOOL SUPPORT

 

8. LUMP SUM - OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE DOE'S CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDING BELLS AND PAGING FOR SCHOOL SAFETY; CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDING SCHOOLS ACCESS TO ON-LINE LEARNING AND INTERNET RESOURCES; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 2,000 A 2,000 A

 


 

EDN450 - SCHOOL FACILITIES AGENCY

 

9. LUMP SUM CIP - SCHOOL FACILITIES AUTHORITY NEW CAPACITY, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR NEW CAPACITY; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING EDN 750 C 5,250 C

 

EDN407 - PUBLIC LIBRARIES

 

10. HAWAII STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM, HEALTH AND SAFETY, STATEWIDE

 

CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT FOR HEALTH, SAFETY, ACCESSIBILITY, AND OTHER CODE REQUIREMENTS. PROJECTS MAY INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE REMOVAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, RENOVATIONS FOR LIBRARY PATRONS AND EMPLOYEES, ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS, FIRE PROTECTION, IMPROVEMENTS TO BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, AND OTHERS; GROUND AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS; EQUIPMENT AND APPURTENANCES.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 10,000 A 10,000 A

 


 

11. KEAAU MOUNTAIN VIEW PUBLIC LIBRARY, HAWAII

 

PLAN, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR A NEW LIBRARY, RELOCATE/CONSOLIDATE THE CURRENT LIBRARIES THAT ARE LOCATED AT KEAAU MIDDLE SCHOOL AND MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 10,000 C C

 

DEF114 - HAWAII NATIONAL GUARD YOUTH CHALLENGE ACADEMY

 

12. YCA B1786 AND B1787 UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS TO BUILDINGS 1786 AND 1787, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WINDOW SYSTEM, PLUMBING, AIR CONDITIONING, EMERGENCY GENERATOR SYSTEM, UTILITY SYSTEM, FIRE ALARMS, AND OTHER SYSTEMS AT THE YOUTH CHALLENGE ACADEMY IN KALAELOA, OAHU.

TOTAL FUNDING DEF 5,000 A A

 


 

UOH210 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HILO

 

13. HILO, RENEW, IMPROVE, AND MODERNIZE, HAWAII

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HILO. PROJECTS TO INCLUDE RENEWAL, IMPROVEMENTS, AND MODERNIZATION OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR STRUCTURES, ROOFS, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS, ROADWAYS, GROUNDS, AND OTHER PROJECT COSTS TO UPGRADE EXISTING TEMPORARY AND NEW FACILITIES.

TOTAL FUNDING UOH 17,500 C 26,500 C

 

UOH700 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, WEST OAHU

 

14. UHWO, RENEW, IMPROVE AND MODERNIZE, OAHU

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO UH AT WEST OAHU FACILITIES. PROJECTS TO INCLUDE RENEWAL, IMPROVEMENTS, AND MODERNIZATION OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR STRUCTURES, ROOFS, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS, ROADWAYS, GROUNDS, AND OTHER PROJECT COSTS TO UPGRADE EXISTING TEMPORARY AND NEW FACILITIES; PLANNING PROJECTS AND STUDIES; AND ALL PROJECT RELATED COSTS.

TOTAL FUNDING UOH 5,000 C 3,500 C

 


 

UOH800 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, COMMUNITY COLLEGES

 

15. CCS, CAPITAL RENEWAL AND DEFERRED MAINTENANCE, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO UH COMMUNITY COLLEGES SYSTEM FACILITIES. PROJECTS TO INCLUDE CAPITAL RENEWAL, REDUCTION OF MAINTENANCE BACKLOG, MAJOR AND MINOR RENOVATIONS, MODERNIZATION OF FACILITIES, RE-ROOFING, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, RESURFACING, INFRASTRUCTURE, DEMOLITION OF EXISTING FACILITIES, AND OTHER REPAIRS AND PROJECT COSTS FOR UPGRADES.

TOTAL FUNDING UOH 25,000 A 25,000 A

 

16. CCS, MINOR CIP FOR THE COMMUNITY COLLEGES, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR MINOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM PROJECTS FOR CAMPUS FACILITIES WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII COMMUNITY COLLEGES SYSTEM. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE RENOVATIONS FOR THE MODERNIZATION OF FACILITIES, ADDITIONS, DEMOLITION OF EXISTING FACILITIES, AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS AND PROJECT COSTS TO UPGRADE AND IMPROVE FACILITIES OF THE COMMUNITY COLLEGES SYSTEM.

TOTAL FUNDING UOH 20,000 A 20,000 A

 


 

UOH900 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, SYSTEMWIDE SUPPORT

 

17. SYSTEM, RENEW, IMPROVE, AND MODERNIZE, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEM FACILITIES. PROJECTS TO INCLUDE RENEWAL, IMPROVEMENTS, AND MODERNIZATION OF INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR STRUCTURES, ROOFS, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS, ROADWAYS, GROUNDS, AND OTHER PROJECT COSTS TO UPGRADE EXISTING TEMPORARY AND NEW FACILITIES.

TOTAL FUNDING UOH 20,000 C 20,000 C

UOH 30,000 A 30,000 A

 


 

H. CULTURE AND RECREATION

 


 

I. PUBLIC SAFETY

PSD900 - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

1. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE SOLICITATION AND DELIVERY OF A NEW OCCC FACILITY, OAHU

 

PLANS, LAND, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO PLAN, DEVELOP, FACILITATE, AND ASSIST THE STATE ON THE SOLICITATION, PROCUREMENT, AND PROJECT DELIVERY FOR THE NEW OAHU COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER (OCCC).

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 15,000 C 10,000 C

 

2. PSD GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, LUMP SUM CIP, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR URGENT AND IMMEDIATE REPAIRS, REHABILITATION, RENOVATIONS, REPLACEMENT, UPGRADES, IMPROVEMENTS OF BUILDINGS, SITES, INFRASTRUCTURE AND RELATED EQUIPMENT, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES, SECURITY AND OPERATIONS EQUIPMENT, AND CITED CODE VIOLATIONS IMPACTING PSD FACILITIES, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 15,000 A 7,500 A

 


 

3. PSD FAC-WIDE REPAIRS, DEFERRED MAINTENANCE, RELATED SUPPORT AND IMPROVEMENTS, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT AND RELATED SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF AND TO ADDRESS IMMEDIATE REPAIRS, DEFERRED MAINTENANCE, AND IMPROVEMENTS AFFECTING FACILITY AND BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE, SECURITY, AND OPERATIONS OR SIMILAR, WHILE ALSO ADDRESSING CODE VIOLATIONS AND/OR CITATIONS AFFECTING PSD FACILITIES, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING PSD 3,000 A 3,000 A

 

DEF116 - HAWAII ARMY AND AIR NATIONAL GUARD

 

4. UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS TO HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD FACILITIES, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS TO FACILITIES SUPPORTING UNIT STATIONING/RESTATIONING RQMTS. AND/OR FACILITATE COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RQMTS. IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS, AND/OR NEW CONSTRUCTION. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING DEF 1,680 A 1,657 A

DEF 4,490 P 4,680 P

 


 

DEF118 - HAWAII EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

 

5. SIREN MAINTENANCE AND MODERNIZATION, STATEWIDE

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR UPGRADES AND MODERNIZATION OF EXISTING OUTDOOR SIRENS TO PROVIDE PUBLIC SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT IN THE EVENT OF A WARNING HAZARD, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 5,000 C 5,000 C

 

6. RETROFIT PUBLIC BUILDINGS WITH HURRICANE PROTECTIVE MEASURES, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT TO RETROFIT EXISTING BUILDINGS AND/OR REINFORCE NEW BUILDINGS WITH HURRICANE PROTECTIVE MEASURES TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF EMERGENCY SHELTERS STATEWIDE. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 1,500 A 1,500 A

AGS 1,500 P 1,500 P

 


 

7. BIRKHIMER EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS, OAHU

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION, SEWAGE, EQUIPMENT UPGRADES, SAFETY COMPLIANCE, AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS AS REQUIRED TO BRING THE FACILITY UP TO MODERN STANDARD CODE AT THE BIRKHIMER EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER.

TOTAL FUNDING DEF 5,000 A A

 


 

J. INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS

 


 

K. GOVERNMENT-WIDE SUPPORT

AGS111 - ARCHIVES - RECORDS MANAGEMENT

 

1. KEKAULUOHI HALON SYSTEM REPLACEMENT, OAHU

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT TO REPLACE HALON GAS FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM WITH NON-OZONE DEPLETING GAS (FM‑200 OR EQUIVALENT).

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 3,400 C C

 

2. KEKAULUOHI BACKUP GENERATOR, OAHU

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT TO INSTALL A BACKUP GENERATOR FOR ARCHIVAL STORAGE AREA CHILLER SYSTEM.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 700 C C

 

AGS221 - PUBLIC WORKS - PLANNING, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION

 

3. LUMP SUM MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING FACILITIES, PUBLIC WORKS DIVISION, STATEWIDE

 

PLANS, LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS AND MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SITES, STATEWIDE.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 15,000 A 15,000 A

 


 

4. STATE CAPITOL BUILDING, REHABILITATION OF CHAMBERS LEVEL WATERPROOFING SYSTEM, OAHU

 

PLANS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT FOR FULL STRUCTURAL AND ARCHITECTURAL REHABILITATION OF THE WATERPROOFING SYSTEM/REFLECTING POOLS ABOVE THE CHAMBERS, BASEMENT OFFICES, PARKING AREA, AND OTHER RELATED IMPROVEMENTS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 33,500 C C

 

5. WASHINGTON PLACE, HEALTH AND SAFETY AND QUEEN'S GALLERY RENOVATION, OAHU

 

DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND EQUIPMENT TO ADDRESS IMMEDIATE HEALTH AND SAFETY NEEDS AT WASHINGTON PLACE. PROJECT INCLUDES HAZARDOUS MATERIAL ABATEMENT, BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS, AND ADAAG REQUIREMENTS. ASSOCIATED AND INTEGRAL TO THIS WORK IS RENOVATION FOR BUILDING PRESERVATION WITH THE RETENTION OF EXISTING HISTORIC MATERIAL. PROVIDED THAT PARTIAL MATCHING FUNDS BE PROVIDED BY PRIVATE CONTRIBUTIONS.

TOTAL FUNDING AGS 4,700 C C

 


PART IV. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROVISIONS

SECTION 5. Section 26 of Part IV, Act 88, Session Laws of Hawaii 2021, as amended by section 5 of Act 248, Session Laws of Hawaii 2022, is amended by amending Item C-81.05 to read as follows:

"81.05. [BRIDGE REHABILITATION / REPLACEMENT] HIGHWAY STRUCTURAL FACILITIES PROGRAM, [VARIOUS LOCATIONS,] STATEWIDE

 

LAND ACQUISITION, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE [REHABILITATION OR REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING STATE HIGHWAYS BRIDGES.] REPLACEMENT, UPGRADE, REHABILITATION, AND/OR MAJOR REPAIR OF HIGHWAY STRUCTURES, INCLUDING BRIDGES, TUNNELS, METAL CULVERTS, AND DESTINATION SIGN STRUCTURES. THIS PROJECT IS DEEMED NECESSARY TO QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL AID FINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSEMENT.

TOTAL FUNDING TRN B 500 B

TRN E 30,600 E

TRN N 124,400 N"

 

SECTION 6. Any law to the contrary notwithstanding, the appropriations under Act 88, Session Laws of Hawaii 2021, section 26, as amended by Act 248, Session Laws of Hawaii 2022, section 5, in the amount indicated or balance thereof, unallotted, allotted, encumbered, and unrequired, is hereby lapsed:

Item No. Amount (MOF)

K-10.01 $12,000,000 B

SECTION 7. Provided that the general fund and general obligation bond fund appropriations for Maui Health System, a KFH LLC (HTH214), for fiscal year 2023-2024 and fiscal year 2024-2025 shall be disbursed by the Hawaii health systems corporation to the Maui Health System, a Kaiser Foundation Hospitals LLC, for its capital subsidies in the respective fiscal years; and provided further that the Maui health system has satisfied all of the standards and conditions in section 323F-58, Hawaii Revised Statutes.

PART V. ISSUANCE OF BONDS

SECTION 8. AIRPORT REVENUE BONDS. The department of transportation may issue airport revenue bonds for airport capital improvement program projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act and designated to be financed by revenue bond funds or by general obligation bond funds with debt service cost to be paid from special funds, in a principal amount as shall be required to yield the amounts appropriated for those capital improvements program projects, and, if so determined by the department and approved by the governor, any additional principal amount as may be necessary by the department to pay interest on the airport revenue bonds during the estimated period of construction of the capital improvements program project for which the airport revenue bonds are issued, to establish, maintain, or increase reserves for the airport revenue bonds and to pay the expenses of issuance of the bonds. The airport revenue bonds shall be issued pursuant to part III of chapter 39, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as may be amended from time to time. The principal of and interest on airport revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be payable solely from and secured solely by the revenues from airports and related facilities under the ownership of the State or operated and managed by the department and the aviation fuel taxes levied and paid pursuant to sections 243‑4(a)(2) and 248‑8, Hawaii Revised Statutes, or parts of either thereof as the department may determine, including rents, landing fees, and other fees or charges presently or hereafter derived from or arising through the ownership, operation, and management of airports and related facilities and the furnishing and supplying of the services thereof, and passenger facility charges pursuant to section 261‑5.5, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, and as determined by the department. The expenses of the issuance of the airport revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be paid from the airport revenue fund and passenger facility charge special fund as determined by the department.

The governor, in the governor's discretion, may use the airport revenue fund and passenger facility charge special fund to finance those projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act where the method of financing is designated to be by airport revenue bond funds.

SECTION 9. RENTAL MOTOR VEHICLE CUSTOMER FACILITY REVENUE BONDS. The department of transportation may issue rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds for airport capital improvement program projects relating to consolidated rental car facilities authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act and designated to be financed by revenue bond funds with debt service cost to be paid from the rental motor vehicle customer facility charge special funds, as authorized by section 261‑5.6, Hawaii Revised Statutes, in a principal amount as shall be required to yield the amounts appropriated for those capital improvements program projects, and, if so determined by the department and approved by the governor, any additional principal amount as may be necessary by the department to pay interest on the rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds during the estimated period of construction of the capital improvements program project for which the rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds are issued, to establish, maintain, or increase reserves for the rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds and to pay the expenses of issuance of the bonds. The rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds shall be issued pursuant part III of chapter 39, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as may be amended from time to time. The principal of and interest on rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be payable solely from and secured solely by the revenues from the rental motor vehicle surcharge tax and the rental motor vehicle customer facility charge special fund pursuant to section 261‑5.6, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as amended, and as determined by the department. The expenses of the issuance of the rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be paid from the rental motor vehicle customer facility charge special fund as determined by the department; provided that the rental motor vehicle customer facility charge in section 261‑7(h), Hawaii Revised Statutes, shall not be amended to supplement any additional or unforeseen costs related to the issuance or debt service of the rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bonds that are authorized, appropriated, and issued under this section.

The governor, in the governor's discretion, may use the rental motor vehicle customer facility charge special fund to finance those projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act where the method of financing is designated to be by rental motor vehicle customer facility revenue bond funds.

SECTION 10. HARBOR REVENUE BONDS. The department of transportation may issue harbor revenue bonds for harbor capital improvement program projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act and designated to be financed by revenue bond funds or by general obligation bond funds with debt service cost to be paid from special funds, in a principal amount as shall be required to yield the amounts appropriated for those capital improvement program projects, and, if so determined by the department and approved by the governor, additional amounts as may be deemed necessary by the department to pay interest on the revenue bonds during the estimated construction period of the capital improvement project for which the harbor revenue bonds are issued to establish, maintain, or increase reserves for the harbor revenue bonds or harbor revenue bonds heretofore authorized (whether authorized and issued or authorized and still unissued), and to pay the expenses of issuance of the bonds. The aforementioned harbor revenue bonds shall be issued pursuant to part III of chapter 39, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as may be amended from time to time. The principal of and interest on harbor revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be payable solely from and secured solely by the revenues derived from harbors and related facilities under the ownership of the State or operated and managed by the department, including rents, mooring, wharfage, dockage, pilotage fees, and other fees or charges presently or hereafter derived from or arising through the ownership, operation, and management of harbor and related facilities and the furnishing and supplying of the services thereof. The expenses of the issuance of the harbor revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be paid from the harbor special fund.

The governor, in the governor's discretion, may use the harbor revenue fund to finance those projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act where the method of financing is designated to be by harbor revenue bond funds.

SECTION 11. HIGHWAY REVENUE BONDS. The department of transportation may issue highway revenue bonds for highway capital improvement program projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act and designated to be financed by revenue bond funds or by general obligation bond funds with the debt service cost to be paid from special funds, in a principal amount as shall be required to yield the amounts appropriated for those capital improvement projects, and, if so determined by the department and approved by the governor, any additional principal amount as may be deemed necessary by the department to pay interest on the highway revenue bonds during the estimated period of construction of the capital improvement project for which the highway revenue bonds are issued, to establish, maintain, or increase reserves for the highway revenue bonds or highway revenue bonds heretofore authorized (whether authorized and issued or authorized and still unissued), and to pay all or any part of the expenses related to the issuance of the highway revenue bonds. The aforementioned highway revenue bonds shall be issued pursuant to part III of chapter 39, Hawaii Revised Statutes, as may be amended from time to time. The principal of and interest on the highway revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the highway revenue bonds, shall be payable from and secured by the revenues derived from highways and related facilities under the ownership of the State or operated and managed by the department, from the highway fuel taxes, vehicle weight taxes, and vehicle registration fees, levied and paid pursuant to sections 243‑4, 248‑8, 249‑31, and 249‑33, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and federal moneys received by the State or any department thereof that are available to pay principal of and/or interest on indebtedness of the State, or part of any thereof as the department may determine, and other user taxes, fees, or charges currently or hereafter derived from or arising through the ownership, operation, and management of highways and related facilities and the furnishing and supplying of the services thereof. The expenses related to the issuance of the highway revenue bonds, to the extent not paid from the proceeds of the bonds, shall be paid from the state highway fund.

The governor, in the governor's discretion, may use the state highway fund to finance those projects authorized in part II and listed in part III of this Act where the method of financing is designated to be by highway revenue bond funds.

PART VI. SPECIAL PROVISIONS

SECTION 12. GOVERNOR'S DISCRETIONARY POWERS. Any law or provision to the contrary notwithstanding, the governor may replace general obligation bond funds appropriated for capital improvement projects with general obligation reimbursable bond funds, when the expenditure of general obligation reimbursable bond funds is deemed appropriate for the project.

SECTION 13. All general obligation bond funds used for a public undertaking, improvement, or system designated by the letter (D) shall have the bond principal and interest reimbursed from the special fund in which the net revenue, or net user tax receipts, or combination of both, of the public undertaking, improvement, or system, are deposited or credited. Bonds issued for irrigation and housing projects shall be reimbursed as provided by section 17421 and chapter 201H, Hawaii Revised Statutes, respectively.

The governor may use, at the governor's discretion, the state highway fund, the harbor special fund, the boating special fund, the airport revenue fund, the special land and development fund, or other appropriate special funds to finance the respective public undertaking, improvement, or system described above and authorized in this Act, where the method of financing is designated to be general obligation bond fund with debt service cost to be paid from the funds.

SECTION 14. If the authorized appropriations specified for a capital improvement project listed in this Act are insufficient and where the source of funding is designated as special funds, general obligation bond fund with debt service cost to be paid from special funds, revenue bond funds, or revolving funds, the governor may make supplemental allotments from the special fund or revolving fund responsible for cash or debt service payments for the projects, or transfer unrequired balances from other unlapsed projects in this Act or prior appropriation acts that authorized the use of special funds, general obligation bond fund with debt service costs to be paid from special funds, revenue bond funds, or revolving funds; provided that the supplemental allotments shall not be used to increase the scope of the project; and provided further that the supplemental allotments shall not impair the ability of the fund to meet the purposes for which it was established.

SECTION 15. If the authorized appropriations specified for a capital improvement project listed in this Act are insufficient and where the source of funding is designated as airport passenger facility charge funds, the governor may make supplemental allotments from the airport revenue fund or airport revenue bond funds, or transfer unrequired balances from other unlapsed projects in this Act or prior appropriation acts that authorized the use of airport passenger facility charge funds; provided further that the supplemental allotments shall not be used to increase the scope of the project; provided further that the supplemental allotments shall not impair the ability of the fund to meet the purposes for which it was established; and provided further that the governor, at the governor's discretion, may increase the passenger facility charge fund authorization ceiling for the program to accommodate the expenditure of the funds.

SECTION 16. The governor may supplement funds for any cost element for a capital improvement project authorized under this Act by transferring sums as may be needed from the funds appropriated for other cost elements of the same project by this Act or any other prior or future act that has not lapsed; provided that the total expenditure of funds for all cost elements shall not exceed the total appropriations for that project.

SECTION 17. Any provision of this Act to the contrary notwithstanding, the appropriations made for capital improvement projects authorized under this Act shall not lapse at the end of the fiscal biennium for which the appropriation is made; provided that all appropriations made to be expended in fiscal biennium 20232025 that are unencumbered as of June 30, 2026, shall lapse as of that date; provided further that this lapsing date shall not apply to nongeneral fund appropriations for projects described in part III of this Act where the appropriations have been deemed necessary to qualify for federal aid financing and reimbursement; provided further that appropriations that are unencumbered as of June 30, 2030, shall lapse as of that date.

SECTION 18. Where it has been determined that changed conditions, such as a reduction in the particular population being served, permit the reduction in the scope of a capital improvement project described in this Act, the governor may authorize a reduction of project scope.

SECTION 19. In releasing funds for capital improvement projects, the governor shall consider legislative intent and the objectives of the user agency and its programs; the scope and level of the user agency's intended service; and the means, efficiency, and economics by which the project will meet the objectives of the user agency and the State; provided further that agencies responsible for construction shall take into consideration legislative intent, the objectives of the user agency and its programs, and the scope and level of the user agency's intended service and construct the improvement to meet the objectives of the user agency in the most efficient and economical manner possible.

SECTION 20. With the approval of the governor, designated expending agencies for capital improvement projects authorized in this Act may delegate to other state or county agencies the implementation of projects when it is determined advantageous to do so by both the original expending agency and the agency to which expending authority is to be delegated.

SECTION 21. Where county capital improvement projects are partially or totally funded by state grants as authorized in this Act or any other act of the legislature, this fact should be appropriately acknowledged during construction and upon completion of these projects.

SECTION 22. The governor may authorize the expenditure of funds for capital improvement projects not previously authorized in this Act to cope with the effects of natural disasters or unforeseen emergencies, when the effects of the natural disasters or unforeseen emergencies create an urgent need to pursue a course of action that is in the best interest of the State; provided further that no funds shall be expended without a formal declaration of a natural disaster or emergency by the governor; and provided further that the governor shall use the powers conferred under section 127A13, Hawaii Revised Statutes, or any other applicable law to accomplish the purposes of this section.

SECTION 23. No appropriation authorized in this Act for expenditure by a political subdivision of this State shall be considered to be a mandate to undertake new programs or to increase the level of services under existing programs of that political subdivision. If any appropriation authorized in this Act constitutes a mandate within the provisions of section 5 of article VIII of the Hawaii State Constitution, the authorization shall be void and, in the case of capital improvement appropriations designated to be financed from the general obligation bond fund, the total general obligation bonds authorized for those projects shall be correspondingly decreased.

SECTION 24. Whenever the expending agency to which an appropriation is made is changed due to legislation enacted during any session of the legislature that affects the appropriations made by this Act, the governor shall transfer the necessary funds and positions to the proper expending agency as provided by law.

SECTION 25. If the State should assume the direct operation of any nongovernmental agency receiving state funds under the provisions of this Act, those funds shall constitute a credit to the State against the costs of acquiring all or any portion of the property, real, personal, or mixed, of the nongovernmental agency. This credit shall be applicable regardless of when the acquisition takes place.

SECTION 26. If unanticipated federal funding cutbacks diminish or curtail essential, federally funded state programs, the governor may utilize savings as determined to be available from other state programs for the purpose of maintaining those programs until the next legislative session.

SECTION 27. The governor may approve the expenditure of all federal funds that are in excess of levels authorized by the legislature; provided further that the governor may allow for an increase in the appropriate federal fund authorization ceiling for the program to accommodate the expenditure of those funds.

SECTION 28. Any provision of this Act to the contrary notwithstanding, the governor may approve the extension of the lapse dates for federal fund or other federal fund appropriations and appropriations of other means of financing, except general funds, deemed necessary to qualify for federal aid financing and/or reimbursement, provided in this Act or authorized by the governor pursuant to section 27 of this Act as necessary to meet the intent of the federal grant awards.

SECTION 29. Where an agency is authorized to secure funds or other property from private organizations or individuals to be expended or utilized in connection with any authorized program, the agency, with the governor's approval, may enter into the undertaking, provided that the undertaking complies with applicable state constitutional and statutory requirements.

SECTION 30. Except as otherwise provided by general law, negotiations for the purchase of land by state agencies shall be subject to the approval of the governor and the department of land and natural resources, or other appropriate agency; provided that private lands may be acquired for the purpose of exchange for federal lands when the department of land and natural resources and the governor determine that the acquisition and exchange are necessary for the completion of any project specifically authorized by this Act.

SECTION 31. Except as otherwise provided, or except as prohibited by specific grant conditions, all federal or non‑general fund reimbursements received by state programs shall be returned to the general fund or fund of originating expenses.

PART VII. MISCELLANEOUS AND EFFECTIVE DATE

SECTION 32. If any portion of this Act or its application to any person, entity, or circumstance is held to be invalid for any reason, then the legislature declares that the remainder of the Act and each and every other provision thereof shall not be affected thereby. If any portion of a specific appropriation is held to be invalid for any reason, the remaining portion shall be expended to fulfill the objective of the appropriation to the extent possible.

SECTION 33. If manifest clerical, typographical or other mechanical errors are found in this Act, the governor may correct those errors.

SECTION 34. Statutory material to be repealed is bracketed and stricken. New statutory material is underscored.

SECTION 35. This Act shall take effect on July 1, 2023.

 

INTRODUCED BY:

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Report Title:

State Budget; Capital Improvement Projects; Executive Branch

 

Description:

Appropriates funds for capital improvement projects for fiscal biennium 20232025.

 

 

 

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