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HB21-1274

Unused State-owned Real Property Beneficial Use

Concerning the beneficial use of unused state-owned real property, and, in connection therewith, directing the department of personnel to inventory such property and use such property to promote affordable housing, child care, residential mental and behavioral health care, and renewable energy development.
Session:
2021 Regular Session
Subjects:
Capital Construction
Housing
Natural Resources & Environment
State Government
Bill Summary

The bill requires the department of personnel (department) to create and maintain an inventory of unused state-owned real property and to determine whether the unused state-owned real property identified is suitable for construction of affordable housing or placement of renewable energy facilities, or if such property is suitable for other purposes.

The department is authorized to seek proposals from qualified developers to construct affordable housing or to place renewable energy facilities on unused state-owned real property that the department has deemed suitable.

The department is authorized to enter into contracts with qualified developers for proposals to construct affordable housing or to place renewable energy facilities on unused state-owned real property that the department has deemed suitable, subject to available appropriations.

The bill creates the unused state-owned real property cash fund to which the state treasurer is required to credit all proceeds from the sale, rent, or lease of unused state-owned real property.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

Status

Introduced
Under Consideration

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Sponsors

Sponsor Type Legislators
Prime Sponsor

Rep. B. Titone
Sen. D. Hisey, Sen. R. Zenzinger

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