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Sen. Curt Meier, R LaGrange, said that the $170.6 million in new schools follows Gov. Matt Mead's budget request as described in his State of the State two weeks ago and in his budget recommendation to lawmakers in December.
same time, giving the districts what they want."
The governor also wanted to transfer some money from incoming coal lease bonus checks into the state's Legislative Stabilization Reserve Account, or so called "rainy day" fund. The money previously was exclusively used to build schools.
As for which schools get built, that is decided by the School Facilities Commission, which previously created a priority list.
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Ian Catellier, director of the Wyoming School Facilities Department, said the bill charges him to keep track of those forces that could cost taxpayers more or send construction jobs out of state. For instance, they don't want to overload the market so busy contractors will increase prices.
The bill, sponsored by the Joint Appropriations Interim Committee, passed second reading Tuesday in the Senate.
After the state spent $400 million on new school construction last year, the governor announced Wyoming needs to scale back to align with decreased natural gas revenues.
The additional $35.9 million in the bill would fund numerous other projects from the $50,619 renovation of a high school track in Johnson County School District 1 to a $3.5 million bus barn in Carbon County School District 1.
"He wants a more transparent discussion" on what to Nike Cortez Bronze Buy do with coal lease money, MacKay said.
But perhaps the most sensitive part of Senate File 105 is a prohibition against suing the Wyoming School Facilities Department's director if projects are delayed to maximize tax dollars.
Mead spokesman Renny MacKay said that the money isn't necessarily being withheld from building new schools. The money can be used for schools or roads or whatever the state wants.
Sen. Phil Nicholas, R Laramie, said that the schools in the bill, if it's passed, would be built in four to six years.
CHEYENNE The Wyoming Legislature is considering spending $170.6 million to build 12 new schools, plus an additional $35.9 million to purchase property, design, demolish and upgrade other schools and school district buildings.
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If all the schools are built at once, construction prices could spike. Construction labor may have to be imported from outside Wyoming, which Nicholas dislikes. He would rather projects be spread out to guarantee the most amount of work for Wyoming contractors and subcontractors.
Wyoming school appropriations bill also prevents lawsuits
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