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Oregon Parks and Recreation CommissionNovember 17, 2021Agenda Item:8aActionTopic:Article XI-Q General Obligation Bonds for Capital Improvement andRenewal – Initial Project ListPresented by:Matt Rippee, Central Park Services ManagerTitle:SB 5506 – General Obligation Bonds for Capital Improvement and RenewalLocation:System-wideDescription: In an incredibly generous act, the 2021 Oregon Legislature approved the issuanceof 50 million in General Obligation bonds to fund state park facility improvements. DebtService on these bonds will be paid with state general funds instead of requiring park funding tocover this cost. This funding will focus on improving or replacing facilities and infrastructure,as well as modernizing and expanding some campgrounds.The agency will receive two disbursements of 25 million each, with the first occurring May2022 and the second in March 2023. These funds must be spent within three years of payout.Language from SB 5506:SB 5506 provides six-year expenditure limitation for capital construction projects. Projects inexcess of 1.0 million for the acquisition of land and the acquisition, planning, constructing,altering, repairing, furnishing, and equipping of building and facilities are categorized ascapital construction projects.Capital Improvement and Renewal: 50,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approvedto finance the capital costs of making improvements to facilities in multiple Oregon state parks.The project includes improvements or replacements to facilities and related infrastructure suchas buildings, water systems, septic and sewer systems, electrical systems, restroom and showerfacilities, as well as modernizing and expanding campgrounds.Prior Action by Commission: [None]Action Requested: Request approval of GO Bond Initial Project ListAttachments: Attachment A Proposed Go BondsAttachment B SB 5506; GO Bond Initial Project ListPrepared by: Matt Rippee, Central Park Services Manager

Attachment A Proposed Go BondsProjectCurrent GOBond FundedEstimate ( M)RegionParkCategoryProject SummaryBeverly Parkwide RehabilitationCoastalBeverly BeachRehabilitation 3 - 5MProject focus is on upgrading antiquated electrical systems throughout the campground to comply with regulations. This project will also upgradeChampoeg Camping ExpansionValleyChampoegEnhancement 3 - 5Mcampsites through out the park.Project is focused on the construction of an additional camping loop, riverside cabins, and restroom/shower building. Champoeg regularly sees a higherStart with May 2022 Bond Saledemand for camping than what is currently available due to their proximity to I-5 and the Portland metro area. This expansion is also in alignment with theparks master plan. An expansion in camping will likely require upgrades to the current drain field or the development of an additional drain field to meetincreased visitation. The park also has aging electrical and water systems that should be addressed while expanding the campground to continue to meetFort Stevens Guard HouseCoastalFort StevensHistoric 1 - 3MRestorationvisitor needs into the future.The Guard house is one of the few historic buildings that is owned by OPRD at Fort Stevens and is in dire needs of a new roof, including the roof structure,repointing the bricks and replacing windows and doors. Additionally, the project will tackle exterior access improvements, utilities and landscapeimprovements to stop water infiltration of the basement and provide upgraded/new water, sewer and electrical connections.Fort Stevens Sewer / Utilities Parkwide UpgradeCoastalFort StevensRehabilitation 6 - 8MThis project will focus on upgrading the utility services to 4 of the loops within the campground. It will be accomplished by improving electrical, water, andwastewater utilities including wastewater lift stations. Additional tasks will include replacement of a 1955 shower/restroom, upgrading other restrooms andreplacing the restroom that is sinking into the sand located at the Peter Iredale day use area within the park.Kam Wah Chung Interpretive Center/CollectionsMountainKam Wah Chung Enhancement/ 3 - 5MHistoricalbuildingThis project will focus on expanding the park with the acquisition of city park property and the construction of new facilities to house a visitor/interpretivecenter and collections materials.RestorationPortland Women's Forum Parking Expansion,ValleyPortlandRehabilitation 2 - 4MWomen's ForumSewer, & RestroomThis project will provide a restroom building and expand parking at the Portland Women’s Forum. This is the starting point for many who are exploring theHistoric Columbia River Highway. The addition of a restroom at the Portland Women’s Forum will take pressure off the Vista House and other locationsalong the highway. Initial design work has been completed for both a restroom and 100 stall parking lot that would meet National Scenic Arearequirements.Silver Falls Camping Expansion North FallsValleySilver FallsEnhancement 8 - 10MThis project will begin the north gateway development of Silver Falls generally following the outline in the master plan. The intent of this development is tomeet current and future visitor needs while also taking pressure off the currently overused South Falls day use area. Development will include aComplexcampground with restroom/shower facilities, a North Gateway Visitor Center, and a new North Canyon trailhead and parking lot. Infrastructureimprovements such as water, electrical, and sewer systems for the north end of the park will also be part of the project including the relocation of thecurrent RV dump station.Smith Rock Visit Center/Congestion/AccessMountainSmith RockRehabilitation/ 4 - 6MExpansionSmith Rock regularly experiences a higher demand of visitors than the current infrastructure can accommodate. The focus of this project is the constructionof a new visitor center, restroom, electrical upgrades, and parking/traffic improvements to meet current and future visitor needs taking pressure off thecurrent parking limitations and overuse of the existing restroom. This will also include trail improvements.Start with March 2023 Bond SaleCape Lookout Parkwide Rehab and CampingCoastalCape LookoutRehabilitation 8 - 10MMilo McIver Camping ExpansionThis project will focus on relocating A & B loops to higher ground, away from breached dune. This includes many aspects such as building new roads,installing new infrastructure and restroom/shower facilities, as well as decommissioning facilities that are being lost to ocean erosion.EnhancementValleyMilo McIverEnhancement 3 - 5MThis project will add a second loop with restroom/shower facilities to the campground. Milo McIver is a large park along the Clackamas River offering awide variety of recreational opportunities close to the Portland metro area. Expanding the campground will allow additional opportunity for visitors to campovernight which was also identified in the 2013 Parks Comprehensive Plan. This project will also upgrade the park sewer and aging water systems. Thecurrent water system provides water to both the park and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife fish hatchery within the park.Nehalem Parkwide Upgrade and Yurt LoopCoastalNehalemRehabilitation 5 - 8MThis project upgrades existing utilities to three loops. Project will also include adding a new cabin loop, tent sites, and new restrooms within thecampground. Additionally, seasonal staff housing will be added along with upgrades to several day use facilities.

Attachment B SB 5506; GO Bond Initial Project List81st Oregon Legislative Assembly – 2021 Regular SessionSB 5506 BUDGET REPORT and MEASURE SUMMARYJoint Committee On Ways and MeansPrepared By: Jean Gabriel, Department of Administrative ServicesReviewed By: Amanda Beitel, Legislative Fiscal OfficeCapital Construction – Various Agencies2021-23Capital Construction – Military Department and Higher Education Coordinating Commission2019-21Capital Construction – Military Department and Higher Education Coordinating Commission2017-19PRELIMINARYThis summary has not been adopted or officially endorsed by action of the committee.SB 55061 of 13

Budget Summary2019-21 LegislativelyApproved Budget2021-23 CommitteeRecommendationCommittee Change from 201921 Legislatively Approved 1,474,928,92534,869,1871,509,798,112 Change669,895,088(30,401,813)639,493,2752019-21 Supplemental Expenditure Limitation AdjustmentsOregon Military DepartmentBoardman Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Facility (Federal Funds)Umatilla Wastewater Treatment Facility & Water Supply Line (Federal Funds) 3,000,0002,075,000 3,000,0002,075,000Higher Education Coordinating CommissionBlue Mtn CC - Facility for Agricultural Resource Management, Ph II (Other Funds) (1,500,000) (1,500,000)2017-19 Supplemental Expenditure Limitation AdjustmentsOregon Military DepartmentCamp Umatilla Regional Training Institute Re-Set (Federal Funds) 4,200,000 4,200,000Higher Education Coordinating CommissionBlue Mtn CC - Facility for Agricultural Resource Management, Ph II (Other Funds)Clastsop CC - Maritime Science Building (Other Funds)Mt. Hood CC - Maywood Park Center (Other Funds)Oregon Coast CC - Workforce Education & Resiliency Center (Other Funds) Other Funds Capital ConstructionFederal Funds Capital ConstructionTotal 805,033,83765,271,000870,304,837% ,994)(8,000,000)(8,000,000) e SummaryOther Fund revenues include proceeds from the issuance of general obligation bonds authorized under Article XI-Q, XI-G and XI-F(1) of Oregon’sConstitution, the depreciation component of the Uniform Rent program and other deposits in the Department of Administrative Services CapitalProjects Fund established by ORS 276.005, aircraft registration fees assessed in accordance with ORS 837.040 and 837.045, insurance proceeds,as well as state gasoline tax and driver and vehicle related fees. Federal Funds revenues are from the National Guard Bureau and the FederalAviation Administration.SB 55062 of 13

Summary of Capital Construction Subcommittee ActionSB 5506 provides six-year expenditure limitation for capital construction projects. Projects in excess of 1.0 million for the acquisition of landand the acquisition, planning, constructing, altering, repairing, furnishing, and equipping of building and facilities are categorized as capitalconstruction projects. In addition, SB 5506 extends the six-year expiration dates and expenditure limitations for specified projects as well asremoves or modifies expenditure limitation amounts for specified projects approved in prior biennia.Oregon Department of Administrative ServicesDeferred Maintenance: 15,500,000 Other Funds (Capital Projects Fund) is approved for various capital and tenant improvements in multipleDAS-owned buildings. These improvements include: roof replacements for the Commerce Building, Salem Motor Pool, and the AgriculturalBuilding; replacement of lighting packages and supporting electrical infrastructure for energy efficiency in multiple buildings; replacement andupgrade of elevator controls in various facilities; and upgrades to HVAC systems in multiple buildings.Gender Neutral Facilities and Mothers’ Rooms: 10,000,000 Other Funds (Capital Projects Fund) is approved to design and construct mothers’lactation rooms, wellness rooms, and gender neutral bathrooms in multiple DAS-owned buildings.Capitol Mall Parking Structure Improvements: 2,750,000 Other Funds (Capital Projects Fund) is approved to make structural and seismic safetyrepairs and storm water handling system repairs to the Capitol Mall parking structure as well as irrigation system repairs in the Capitol Parkabove the parking structure.Dome Building and Yaquina Hall Improvements: 1,500,000 Other Funds (Capital Projects Fund) is approved for parking lot and streetimprovement projects at the Dome Building and Yaquina Hall.PRELIMINARYClimate Adaptation and Net Zero Solutions: 2,000,000 Other Funds (rent revenue) is approved to design innovative solutions to implementduring capital construction projects such as heat recovery, lighting and building controls, insulation, or daylighting technologies and evaluate thereturn on investment for traditional solutions versus high efficiency modern technologies.Parking Lot Improvements and EV Charging Station Expansions: 2,000,000 Other Funds (Capital Projects Fund) is approved to install electricvehicle (EV) charging stations and perform surface replacement and upgrades in multiple state-owned parking lots.Executive Building Interior and Seismic Renovation: 45,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to renovate the ExecutiveBuilding, including seismic updates and upgrades of the exterior envelope and the building systems including electrical, mechanical, plumbing,and fire sprinkler systems.SB 55063 of 13

North Valley Complex Infrastructure Upgrades/Tenant Improvements: 60,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to renovatethe North Valley Complex in Wilsonville and make tenant improvements and related site improvements to ready the building for use by multipleagencies.Yellow Parking Lot Paving: 4,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to pave the existing gravel Yellow Parking Lot in the CapitolMall area and make necessary site improvements related to storm water, landscaping and other site improvements. The project also includes apublic electric vehicle charging component.Oregon Military DepartmentAshland Armory Service Life Extension: 5,373,235 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for design and construction of additions andalterations to the Ashland Armory, including seismic upgrades. The improvements will bring the facility into conformance with current buildingcode and will include replacing mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems as well as remodeling existing classrooms, administrative space,latrines, showers, equipment storage areas, kitchen, and assembly hall areas. In addition, the project will include emergency enhancements andreplacement of failed paving areas and replacement of existing site lighting, landscaping and fencing.Corvallis Armory Service Life Extension: 4,317,605 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for design and construction of additions andalterations to the Corvallis Armory, including seismic upgrades. The improvements will bring the facility into conformance with current buildingcode and will include replacing mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems as well as remodeling existing classrooms, administrative space,latrines, showers, equipment storage areas, kitchen, and assembly hall areas. In addition, the project will include emergency enhancements andreplacement of failed paving areas and replacement of existing site lighting, landscaping and fencing.Camp Umatilla Barracks Facilities: 8,000,000 Federal Funds (National Guard Bureau) is approved to design and construct a National Guardtransient training barracks for advanced skills trainees conducting training at Camp Umatilla’s Regional Training Institute. The project includesconstruction of a barracks and associated utility services, information systems, fire detection and alarm systems, fixtures, furnishings andequipment, hazardous waste remediation and disposal, roads, walks, curbs, gutters, storm drainage, parking areas, and site improvements. Inaddition, the project includes construction of a new transient training open bay enlisted barracks at Camp Umatilla. The barracks will providebilleting space for soldiers and will include building systems both within and outside of the primary facility's perimeter including latrine,showers, and laundry with minimal site development, parking, and landscaping.PRELIMINARYCamp Umatilla Guard Shack: 1,100,000 Federal Funds (National Guard Bureau) is approved to construct a new controlled entry point, gate,and guardhouse at Camp Umatilla to improve operational readiness and comply with antiterrorism force protection requirements. The projectwill be permanent construction and include an improved entry point for commercial activities, a new gate, identification check station building(guard house), roadway improvements, truck inspection lane and barricade system.SB 55064 of 13

Washington County Readiness Center: 5,300,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) and 22,700,000 Federal Funds (National Guard Bureau) isapproved for construction of a new National Guard Readiness Center in Washington County for the training, administrative and logistical needsof the Oregon Army National Guard as a replacement for the Hillsboro Armory. The project includes construction as well as providing utilityservices, information systems, fire detection and alarm systems, hazardous materials abatement and disposal, roads, walks, curbs, gutters,storm drainage, parking areas, and site improvements.Boardman Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Facility: 3,000,000 Federal Funds (National Guard Bureau) is approved as an increase to the2019-21 capital construction expenditure limitation established for construction of a new tactical unmanned aerial vehicle facility at the NavalBombing Range in Boardman. The additional funding will be used to construct an off-grid power system for the tactical unmanned aerial vehicleoperations building at the Naval Weapons System Training Facility. The project will include use of photovoltaics with battery storage and dieselbackup generator power and may include additional resiliency features such as bio-mass wood pellet heating system with propane backup.Federal funds capital construction limitation is increased from 12,000,000 to 15,000,000 to utilize federal funds provided for the off-gridpower system.Umatilla Wastewater Treatment Facility and Water Supply Line: 2,075,000 Federal Funds (National Guard Bureau) is approved as an increaseto the 2019-21 capital construction expenditure limitation established in the 2019 session and increased at the September 2020 meeting of theEmergency Board for construction of a new wastewater treatment system and a new main water supply line for potable water at CampUmatilla. Federal funds capital construction limitation is increased from 6,825,000 to 8,900,000 to accommodate cost increases to completethe project.Camp Umatilla Regional Training Institute Re-Set: 4,200,000 Federal Funds (National Guard Bureau) is approved as an increase to the 2017-19capital construction expenditure limitation established at the December 2018 meeting of the Emergency Board and increased at the September2020 Emergency Board meeting for improvements to the Regional Training Institute at Camp Umatilla. Federal funds capital constructionlimitation is increased from 20,800,000 to 25,000,000 to utilize federal funds provided for the project.PRELIMINARYThe Subcommittee approved the extension of the project expiration date and expenditure limitation for the Youth Challenge Armory (OtherFunds) to December 31, 2021 and for the Camp Umatilla Regional Training Institute (Other Funds) to December 31, 2022.The Subcommittee also approved the proposal from the Oregon Military Department, as required by ORS 396.515 (4), for the sale of the Armoryand Field Maintenance Shop in Lebanon.Oregon Youth AuthorityCamp Riverbend Dorm Renovation: 6,867,101 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for capital improvements to renovate and expandtwo living units and supporting spaces at the Camp Riverbend Youth Transitional Facility, including the Riverbend building and the Hilgardbuilding.SB 55065 of 13

Capital Improvements: 6,742,239 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for capital improvements to permanent structures and fixturesto address needs identified by the Facility Condition Assessment completed on OYA facilities.MacLaren West Cottages Renovations: 8,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for capital improvements to renovate andremodel two living units on the west side of the campus at MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility.Tillamook Dorm Renovation: 10,279,899 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for capital improvements to renovate and remodel twoliving units and supporting spaces at the Tillamook Youth Correctional Facility.The Subcommittee approved the extension of the project expiration dates and expenditure limitations to September 30, 2021 for the followingprojects: Rogue Valley Facility Improvements (Other Funds); CCTV Cameras (Other Funds); Deferred Maintenance and Capital Improvements(Other Funds); and MacLaren Facility Improvements (Other Funds).Department of CorrectionsCapital Improvement and Renewal: 70,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for capital improvements at multiple facilities,including replacement or improvement of roofs, HVAC, hardscaping, plumbing, electrical systems, communication and security systems, andother building elements.Off-Net Telephone Infrastructure: 3,508,206 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to design, purchase, and implement a centralizedVoice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications system for use in multiple institutions to replace outdated legacy telephone systems.PRELIMINARYOregon State PoliceCentral Point Office Expansion: 33,961,269 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to remodel and expand the Central Point Officefacility to add space for the forensic lab, evidence, medical examiner and patrol functions. In addition, the project includes modernizing theexisting space and adding two auxiliary buildings.Springfield Forensic Lab and Medical Examiner’s Office: 61,982,733 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for the design andconstruction of a new forensic lab and medical examiner facility in Springfield.Springfield Patrol Area Command Office: 14,261,687 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for the design and construction of a newcommand office facility in Springfield, including a warehouse for storage.SB 55066 of 13

Department of TransportationMeacham Maintenance Station: 12,000,000 Other Funds (fee revenue) is approved to construct a new Meacham Maintenance Station thatwill include heated and cold storage bays, a wash bay, and office space. The project also includes constructing a salt storage shed and anadditional wash station, as well as drilling a new well.South Coast Maintenance Station: 16,200,000 Other Funds (fee revenue) is approved to design and begin site development for a new SouthCoast Maintenance Station to accommodate the consolidation of three obsolete maintenance stations into one location in Coos County. Thesites being consolidated include two owned facilities, the Coos Bay and Davis Slough maintenance stations, and one leased facility, the Coquilleconstruction office.Region 3-5 Headquarters HVAC Upgrades: 3,800,000 Other Funds (fee revenue) is approved to replace the HVAC systems and make otherenergy efficiency improvements in the region 3, region 4 and region 5 headquarters buildings and the region 4 Department of Motor Vehiclesbuilding.The Subcommittee approved the extension of the project expiration date and expenditure limitation for the South Coast Maintenance Station(Other Funds) to June 30, 2023 and for the Meacham Maintenance Station (Other Funds) to June 30, 2024.Department of AviationSiletz Bay State Airport Runway and Electrical Rehabilitation: 320,000 Other Funds (aircraft registration fees) and 3,069,187 Federal Funds(Federal Aviation Administration) is approved to conduct renovations at the Siletz Bay State Airport. This project includes rehabilitation of therunway and electrical system, which is needed to meet federal standards for safe operating conditions.PRELIMINARYDepartment of ForestrySantiam District Office Replacement: 2,500,000 Other Funds (insurance proceeds) is approved to design and construct a new Santiam DistrictOffice to replace the facility that was destroyed by wildfire in 2020.Toledo Facility Replacement Phase II: 1,632,842 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to replace the Unit Office Facilities Compoundlocated in Toledo and relocate it to a more centrally located area that will be outside of the mapped tsunami inundation zone.Oregon Department of Fish and WildlifeCapital Improvement and Renewal: 5,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for capital improvements to replace buildings andaddress deferred maintenance at various facilities.SB 55067 of 13

Oregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentCapital Improvement and Renewal: 50,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to finance the capital costs of makingimprovements to facilities in multiple Oregon state parks. The project includes improvements or replacements to facilities and relatedinfrastructure such as buildings, water systems, septic and sewer systems, electrical systems, restroom and shower facilities, as well asmodernizing and expanding campgrounds.Oregon Health AuthorityOregon State Hospital, Salem Well Water Treatment Facility: 4,492,750 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to construct a well watertreatment facility and potable water storage tank to provide a backup water supply for the Oregon State Hospital in Salem to be used in theevent of disruption or contamination of the city water supply.Oregon State Hospital, Salem/Junction City Automated Dispensing Cabinets: 3,500,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved toreplace approximately 40 automated medication dispensing cabinets deployed throughout patient care areas on the Salem and Junction Citycampuses of the Oregon State Hospital. The project includes replacement of the computers in each cabinet.Oregon Housing and Community ServicesLocal Innovation and Fast Track (LIFT) Housing and Permanent Supportive Housing: 410,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approvedto acquire, construct, remodel, repair, equip or furnish real property in which the department will take an operational or ownership interest toprovide affordable housing for Oregonians with low income and citizens in historically underserved communities and communities of color, aswell as affordable housing that will be combined with tenancy supports and other services for low income citizens with high needs, includingpersons with disabilities and persons coming out of chronic homelessness.PRELIMINARYOregon Liquor Control CommissionLiquor Warehouse Conveyor System: 10,000,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to acquire and install a new conveyor system foruse in the agency’s new warehouse.Liquor Warehouse Land and Building: 52,537,265 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved for the purchase of land and the design andconstruction of a new warehouse and headquarters for agency operations.Oregon Department of EducationOregon School for the Deaf ADA Restrooms: 1,024,625 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to improve Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA) accessibility in restrooms throughout the Oregon School for the Deaf campus.Oregon School for the Deaf Fire Alarm System Replacement: 3,091,923 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to replace the fire alarmsystem throughout the Oregon School for the Deaf campus.SB 55068 of 13

Oregon School for the Deaf Windows Upgrade: 1,383,452 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to replace windows with energyefficient windows in facilities at the Oregon School for the Deaf.Oregon Judicial DepartmentSupreme Court Building Renovation: 21,700,000 Other Funds (Article XI-Q Bonds) is approved to renovate the Oregon Supreme Court building,including seismic updates, energy efficiency improvements, and various systems and safety upgrades.Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC)HECC - Public UniversitiesThe Subcommittee approved a 445,905,100 Other Funds Capital Construction six-year expenditure limitation for the Higher EducationCoordinating Commission for distribution of general obligation bond proceeds to public universities. This amount corresponds to the totalproject amounts for 10 new university projects authorized in SB 5505. Projects are funded with proceeds from the issuance of Article XI-Qbonds, Article XI-G bonds, and Article XI-F(1) bonds and will be disbursed as grants or loans, as applicable, pursuant to grant contracts and loanagreements between HECC and each university. Project descriptions are included in SB 5505. The expenditure limitation expires June 30, 2027.HECC - Community CollegesThe Subcommittee approved a 56,496,994 Other Funds Capital Construction six-year expenditure limitation for the Higher EducationCoordinating Commission for distribution of Article XI-G general obligation bond proceeds to community colleges. This amount corresponds tothe total project amounts for six new community college projects authorized in SB 5505 and two reauthorized projects for which expenditurelimitation from prior biennia is being removed and reestablished in 2021-23. Projects are funded with proceeds from the issuance of Article XI-Gbonds and will be disbursed as grants pursuant to grant agreements between HECC and each community college. Project descriptions areincluded in SB 5505. The expenditure limitation expires June 30, 2027.PRELIMINARYOther Funds (Article XI-G bonds) capital construction expenditure limitation established in 2017-19 is also removed for the following projects:Mt. Hood Community College, Maywood Park Center ( 8,000,000); Clatsop Community College, Maritime Science Building ( 7,996,994); andOregon Coast Community College, Workforce Education and Resiliency Center ( 8,000,000). Article XI-G bonds authorized for the projects inprior biennia have not been issued and previously established limitation would expire June 30, 2023. Mt. Hood Community College did notrequest reauthorization of the Maywood Park Center project. Capital construction expenditure limitation is reestablished in SB 5506 for theClatsop Comm

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