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S.F. No. 1704 - Regional Public Library Systems
 
Author: Senator Mark Johnson
 
Prepared By: Ann Marie Butler, Senate Counsel (651/296-5301)
 
Date: March 1, 2019



 

Section 1.  Base aid distribution.  Amends the basic aid distribution from five percent to 15 percent of the available funds being paid to each system as their base aid for basic system services.

Effective Date. Makes the section effective for state aid for fiscal year 2020 and later.

Section 2.  Adjusted net tax capacity per capital distribution. Reduces the adjusted net tax capacity per capita distribution from 25 percent to 15 percent of the available aid funds being paid to regional public library systems. The adjusted net tax capacity calculation is amended from the second to the third year preceding the fiscal year for which aid is provided. Makes technical corrections.

Effective Date. Makes the section effective for state aid for fiscal year 2020 and later.

Section 3.  Population determination. Amends the regional public library’s population calculation to use the most recent estimate available under section 477A.011, subdivision 3, at the time the aid amounts are calculated.

Effective Date. Makes the section effective for state aid for fiscal year 2020 and later.

Section 4.  Eligibility. Allows aid to be used for other regional public library technology, network infrastructure, security, and telecommunications services if funds remain after meeting category one and category two needs.

Effective Date. Makes the section effective for state aid for fiscal year 2020 and later.

Section 5.  Appropriations. Appropriates $17,170,000 in fiscal year 2020 and $17,570,000 in fiscal year 2020 for regional library basic system support.

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