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Ch. 508 2000 LAWS OF MARYLAND
ZA00 MISCELLANEOUS GRANT PROGRAMS (A) African American Museum. Provide funds to [be administered
by the Department of Housing and Community Development]
THE MARYLAND AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM
CORPORATION for additional design and the construction
of an African American Museum (Baltimore City)..................... 15,463,000
ZB02 LOCAL JAILS AND DETENTION CENTERS (D) Prince George's County Detention Center. Provide a grant to
the County Executive and County Council of Prince George's
County to assist in the design and construction of [an addition]
ADDITIONS to the Prince George's County Detention Center,
subject to the requirement that the grantee provide a matching
fund of $91,000 for this purpose. Notwithstanding the
provisions of Section 1(5) of this Act, the matching fund may
include funds expended prior to the effective date of this Act,
provided that no funds may be expended until the program plan
has been approved by the Departments of Budget and
Management and General Services and the approved program
plan has been submitted to the budget committees for review
and comment or 45 days have elapsed from the date of receipt
(Prince George's County)................................................................ 798,000 SECTION 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the General Assembly
declares that it is the public policy of this State to manage State general obligation
bond debt in a manner that will maintain Maryland's AAA bond rating. The General
Assembly further declares that legislative oversight, control, and review of all forms
of State obligations is essential to maintenance of the State's existing bond rating and
protection of the fiscal integrity of the State. SECTION 4. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That, before work may
commence pursuant to any supplement to any appropriation contained in this Act,
satisfactory evidence must be given to the Board of Public Works that the project can
be completed with the aggregate of the funds in this Act and previously appropriated
for the stated purpose. SECTION 5. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That, with the approval of the
Department of Budget and Management, any appropriation for construction provided
in this Act may be used to purchase capital equipment if the amount of the
appropriation exceeds the amount required for construction expenses, including
allowances for contingencies. SECTION 6. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That, except as otherwise
provided in this Act, before a State agency or institution named in this Act as
responsible for an individual item may begin work with funds appropriated by this
Act, the agency or institution shall provide satisfactory evidence to the Board of
Public Works that the work described in the individual item can be completed with
the funds specified for that item.
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