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Public Act 90-0550

HB0398 Enrolled                                LRB9002283DNsb

    AN   ACT   making   appropriations    and    supplemental
appropriations.

    Be  it  enacted  by  the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:

    Section 1.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010, approved June  11,  1997,  is  amended  by  changing
Sections  5,  10,  15,  20, 30, 35, 100, 110, 125, and 136 of
Article 1 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following  amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects
and purposes named, are appropriated from  federal  funds  to
meet  the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State Board
of Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998:
From National Center for Education  Statistics  Fund  (Common
Core Data Survey):
  For Contractual Services...................... $     10,000
  For Travel....................................       22,000
    Total                                             $32,000

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title IV):
  For Contractual Services...................... $      5,700
  For Travel....................................       25,500
  For Commodities...............................          900
  For Printing..................................        4,400
  For Equipment.................................        4,500
  For Telecommunications........................        7,300
    Total                                             $48,300

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title VII Bilingual):
  For Personal Services......................... $     75,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        2,600
  For Retirement Contributions..................        6,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............       12,100
  For Insurance.................................        5,300
  For Contractual Services......................        5,500
  For Travel....................................        3,000
  For Commodities...............................          200
  For Printing..................................          500
    Total                                            $111,000

From Federal Department of Education Fund:
(Emergency Immigrant Education):
  For Personal Services......................... $     30,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        1,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................        1,600
  For Social Security Contributions.............        2,300
  For Insurance.................................        5,300
  For Contractual Services......................       27,100
  For Travel....................................       11,500
  For Commodities...............................        4,000
  For Equipment.................................        8,000
  For Telecommunication.........................        2,000
    Total                                             $92,900

From MacArthur Foundation Fund
(Urban Education):
  For Contractual Services...................... $      7,500
  For Travel....................................       15,000
  For Commodities...............................        7,500
    Total                                             $30,000

From Department of Health and Human Services
Fund (Training School Health Personnel):
  For Personal Services......................... $     77,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        2,900
  For Retirement Contributions..................        6,700
  For Social Security Contributions.............        4,100
  For Insurance.................................        9,700
  For Contractual Services......................      237,900
  For Travel....................................        8,000
  For Commodities...............................        8,700
  For Printing..................................        4,500
  For Equipment.................................        8,500
  For Telecommunications........................        4,200
    Total                                            $372,200

From Department of Education Fund
(Goals 2000):
  For Personal Services......................... $    112,400
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        4,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................       10,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............        3,500
  For Insurance.................................       11,900
  For Contractual Services......................       83,200
  For Travel....................................       20,200
  For Printing..................................        2,000
  For Equipment.................................        1,000
  For Telecommunications........................        1,700
    Total                                            $250,600

From ISBE Federal National Community
Service Fund (Serve America):
  For Contractual Services...................... $     35,000
  For Travel....................................        6,000
    Total                                             $41,000

From Carnegie Foundation Grant Fund:
  For Contractual Services...................... $    174,000
  For Travel....................................        9,500
  For Commodities...............................          800
    Total                                            $184,300
From Federal Department of Agriculture Fund
(Child Nutrition):
  For Personal Services......................... $  2,675,800
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       99,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................      214,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............      175,600
  For Insurance.................................      332,400
  For Contractual Services......................    1,361,700
  For Travel....................................      402,900
  For Commodities...............................      127,500
  For Printing..................................      137,900
  For Equipment.................................      297,200
  For Telecommunications........................       59,500
    Total                                          $5,884,400

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Even Start):
  For Personal Services......................... $    176,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        6,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................       16,300
  For Social Security Contributions.............        5,000
  For Insurance.................................       18,600
  For Contractual Services......................       13,800
  For Travel....................................       52,000
  For Commodities...............................          500
  For Equipment.................................       18,000
    Total                                            $306,700

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title 1):
  For Personal Services......................... $  2,370,600
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       90,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................      219,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............       61,200
  For Insurance.................................      274,400
  For Contractual Services......................      551,300
  For Travel....................................      129,400
  For Commodities...............................       40,300
  For Printing..................................        3,500
  For Equipment.................................       15,700
  For Telecommunications........................       32,500
    Total                                          $3,788,800

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title I - Migrant Education):
  For Personal Services......................... $     45,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        1,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................        4,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............        1,800
  For Insurance.................................        5,300
  For Contractual Services......................       68,500
  For Travel....................................        7,000
  For Printing..................................        7,000
  For Telecommunications........................        3,200
    Total                                            $143,700

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title-IV Safe and Drug Free Schools):
  For Personal Services.........................     $676,300
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       26,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................       57,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............       27,100
  For Insurance.................................       74,200
  For Contractual Services......................       63,300
  For Travel....................................       53,500
  For Commodities...............................        1,700
  For Printing..................................        1,500
  For Equipment.................................       10,500
  For Telecommunications........................        3,600
    Total                                            $994,900
From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title II-Eisenhower Professional Development):
  For Personal Services......................... $    185,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        6,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................       14,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............       10,000
  For Insurance.................................       23,900
  For Contractual Services......................      411,100
  For Travel....................................       41,500
  For Commodities...............................        1,200
  For Printing..................................        1,500
  For Equipment.................................       10,000
  For Telecommunications........................        4,700
    Total                                            $710,200

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(McKinney Homeless Assistance):
  For Personal Services......................... $     44,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        1,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................        2,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............        2,500
  For Insurance.................................        5,300
  For Contractual Services......................       60,000
  For Travel....................................        5,000
  For Commodities...............................        3,000
  For Printing..................................       10,000
  For Equipment.................................        5,000
    Total                                            $138,300

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Personnel Development Part D Training):
  For Personal Services......................... $     76,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        3,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................        7,400
  For Social Security Contributions.............        2,600
  For Insurance.................................        8,000
  For Contractual Services......................      175,000
  For Travel....................................        7,500
  For Commodities...............................        2,300
  For Equipment.................................        1,500
    Total                                            $283,400

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Pre-School):
  For Personal Services......................... $    650,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       24,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       51,300
  For Social Security Contributions.............       28,800
  For Insurance.................................       72,000
  For Contractual Services......................      392,100
  For Travel....................................       46,500
  For Commodities...............................       28,800
  For Printing..................................       25,100
  For Equipment.................................        7,500
  For Telecommunications........................        6,000
    Total                                          $1,332,100

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities):
  For Personal Services......................... $    360,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       13,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................       29,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       16,000
  For Insurance.................................       37,100
  For Contractual Services......................      500,000
  For Travel....................................       39,000
  For Commodities...............................        2,800
  For Printing..................................        5,500
  For Equipment.................................       14,000
  For Telecommunications........................        6,000
    Total                                          $1,022,900

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Individuals with Disabilities Education
Act - IDEA):
  For Personal Services......................... $  3,324,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      129,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................      296,600
  For Social Security Contributions.............      158,000
  For Insurance.................................      384,400
  For Contractual Services......................    1,222,200
  For Travel....................................      274,100
  For Commodities...............................       21,200
  For Printing..................................      109,600
  For Equipment.................................       68,700
  For Telecommunications........................       60,000
    Total                                          $6,047,800

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Deaf-Blind):
  For Personal Services......................... $     65,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        2,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................        7,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............        4,000
  For Insurance.................................       10,600
    Total                                             $89,600

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Vocational and Applied Technology Education
Title II):
  For Personal Services......................... $  2,310,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       90,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................      215,400
  For Social Security Contributions.............      120,000
  For Insurance.................................      261,600
  For Contractual Services......................      327,200



  For Travel....................................      199,600
  For Commodities...............................       12,300
  For Printing..................................       37,700
  For Equipment.................................       77,400
  For Telecommunications........................       38,700
    Total                                          $3,689,900

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Vocational Education - Title III):
  For Personal Services......................... $    190,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        7,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       16,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............        8,000
  For Insurance.................................       17,200
  For Contractual Services......................        3,600
  For Travel....................................       15,400
  For Commodities...............................          800
  For Equipment.................................       21,000
  For Telecommunications........................        1,900
    Total                                            $281,400

From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Adult Education):
  For Personal Services......................... $    610,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       25,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................       57,300
  For Social Security Contributions.............       25,000
  For Insurance.................................       54,800
  For Contractual Services......................      223,900
  For Travel....................................       98,300
  For Commodities...............................        2,800
  For Printing..................................        8,700
  For Equipment.................................       47,000
  For Telecommunications........................       10,600
    Total                                          $1,163,400
From Federal Department of Education Fund
(Title VI):
  For Personal Services......................... $  1,700,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       64,000
  For Retirement Contributions..................      154,100
  For Social Security Contributions.............       75,000
  For Insurance.................................      182,000
  For Contractual Services......................      800,000
  For Travel....................................      211,000
  For Commodities...............................       12,000
  For Printing..................................       50,000
  For Equipment.................................       20,000
  For Telecommunications........................       54,700
    Total                                          $3,322,800

From the Federal Department of Labor Fund:
  For operational costs and grants to implement
   the School-to-Work Program...................  $10,750,000

From the Federal Department of Education Fund:
  For operational expenses for the Illinois
   Purchased Care Review Board..................      202,100
  For costs associated with the Charter Schools
   Program......................................    2,500,000
  For operational costs and grants to implement the
   Technology Literacy Program..................   27,500,000
  For funds associated with the
   Christa McAuliffe Fellowship
   Program........................       78,000        40,000
  For operational costs and grants for the Youth
   With Disabilities Program....................      800,000
    Total                                         $41,792,100

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 10)

    Sec.  10.   The  following  amounts,  or so much of those
amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  for  the  objects
and purposes named, are appropriated from State funds to meet
the  ordinary  and  contingent expenses of the State Board of
Education for the fiscal year ending  June 30, 1998:
                      -BOARD SERVICES-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $    213,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......        8,500
  For Retirement Contributions..................        8,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............        5,300
  For Contractual Services......................       80,000
  For Travel....................................       61,300
  For Commodities...............................        1,700
    Total                                            $378,000

           -REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION SERVICES-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $    320,400
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       12,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................        3,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............        7,000
  For Contractual Services......................       15,000
  For Travel....................................       14,900
  For Commodities...............................          500
    Total                                            $374,100
                     - GENERAL OFFICE -
                 From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  2,077,200
  For Employee Retirement Paid
   by Employer..................................       77,100
  For Retirement Contributions....       50,900       100,900
  For Social Security Contributions.............       86,700
  For Contractual Services......................      182,500
  For Travel....................................       70,000
  For Commodities...............................        4,500
  For Printing..................................        1,000
  For Equipment.................................        2,000
  For Regional Board of School Trustees.........       10,000
  For State Contribution to the Education
  Commission of the States......................        4,000
  For Contractual Services for teacher dismissal
  hearing costs under Sections 24-12, 34-15, and
  34-85 of the School Code......................      156,000
    Total                                          $2,851,900
                   -LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  2,595,000
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      103,800
  For Retirement Contributions..................       58,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............       99,100
  For Contractual Services......................      211,000
  For Travel....................................       32,000
  For Commodities...............................       18,000
  For Printing..................................       21,000
  For Equipment.................................       40,000
  For Telecommunications........................       36,000
    Total                                          $3,214,100
          -POLICY PLANNING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  1,582,500
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       63,300
  For Retirement Contributions..................       27,400
  For Social Security Contributions.............       38,000
  For Contractual Services......................       20,000
  For Travel....................................       28,000
  For Commodities...............................        2,000
  For Printing..................................        8,000
    Total                                          $1,769,200
       -BUSINESS, COMMUNITY, AND FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  1,176,600
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       47,100
  For Retirement Contributions..................       27,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............       30,200
  For Contractual Services......................        5,000
  For Travel....................................       46,000
  For Commodities...............................        1,000
  For Printing..................................        2,500
    Total                                          $1,336,200
             -EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION AND REFORM-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  1,142,800
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       45,700
  For Retirement Contributions..................       24,200
  For Social Security Contributions.............       42,200
  For Contractual Services......................       10,000
  For Travel....................................       69,300
  For Commodities...............................        2,000
    Total                                          $1,336,200
           -ACCOUNTABILITY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  2,374,500
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       94,900
  For Retirement Contributions..................       46,500
  For Social Security Contributions.............       80,100
  For Contractual Services......................       80,000
  For Travel....................................       35,000
  For Commodities...............................        3,500
  For Printing..................................        3,000
    Total                                          $2,717,500
                -FISCAL AND SHARED SERVICES-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $  4,987,089
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......      199,464
  For Retirement Contributions....      105,671        55,671
  For Social Security Contributions.............      185,557
  For Contractual Services......................    1,906,500
  For Travel....................................      244,300
  For Commodities...............................      111,000
  For Printing..................................      195,000
  For Equipment.................................       59,300
  For Telecommunications..........      397,000       150,000
  For Operation of Automotive Equipment.........       14,000
  For Operational Expenses for the Illinois
   Purchased Care Review Board..................      105,000
    Total                                          $8,212,881
                  -GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $    256,600
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       10,300
  For Retirement Contributions..................        5,300
  For Social Security Contributions.............        8,500
  For Contractual Services......................        2,000
  For Travel....................................       11,000
  For Commodities...............................          100
    Total                                            $293,800
           -COMMUNICATIONS AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS-
From General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $    910,400
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       36,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................       20,000
  For Social Security Contributions.............       32,500
  For Contractual Services......................       19,500
  For Travel....................................       10,000
  For Commodities...............................        8,000
    Total                                          $1,036,800
                     - GENERAL OFFICE -
From Driver Education Fund:
  For Personal Services......................... $    523,700
  For Employee Retirement Paid by Employer......       20,400
  For Retirement Contributions..................       10,800
  For Social Security Contributions.............       22,800
  For Insurance.................................       65,200
  For Contractual Services......................       67,000
  For Travel....................................       13,000
  For Commodities...............................        6,600
  For Printing..................................        4,500
  For Equipment.................................       39,000
  For Telecommunications........................       15,000
    Total                                            $788,000
         (Total, this Section $24,308,681;
         General Revenue Fund $23,520,681;
         Driver Education Fund $788,000.)

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 15)

    Sec. 15.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects
and purposes named, are appropriated to the  State  Board  of
Education for Grants-In-Aid:

From Federal Funds:
    For   reimbursement   to   local   education
         agencies,   eligible   recipients,  and
         other service providers as provided  by
         the   United   States   Department   of
         Education:
  Emergency Immigrant Education Program.          $7,500,000
  Title VII Foreign Language Assistance.             200,000
  Goals 2000......................                25,000,000
  Title I - Even Start............                 4,500,000
  Title 1 - Basic.................               360,000,000
  Title 1 - Improvement Grants....                 3,000,000
  Title 1 - Neglected/Delinquent..                 1,600,000
  Title 1 - Capital Expense.......                 2,200,000
  Title 1 - Migrant Education.....                 3,155,000
  Title IV Safe and Drug Free Schools.            25,000,000
  Title II Eisenhower Professional Development.   13,000,000
  McKinney Education for Homeless Children.        1,300,000
  Pre-School......................                25,000,000
  Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.   160,000,000
  Deaf-Blind......................                   255,000
  Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities.         28,000,000
  Vocational Education - Basic Grant.             41,000,000
  Vocational Education - Technical
   Preparation....................    5,000,000     4,200,000
  Adult Education...............................   14,010,000
  Title VI......................................   16,000,000
  Total Federal Dept. of Education Fund          $734,920,000

From the Driver Education Fund:
    For  the  reimbursement  to school districts
         under  the  provisions  of  the  Driver
         Education Act..........................  $15,750,000

From the  Special  Education  Medicaid  Matching
         Fund:
    For  costs  associated with Individuals with
         Disabilities ..........................  150,000,000

From the Federal Department of Agriculture Fund:
    For   reimbursement   to   local   education
         agencies and  eligible  recipients  for
         programs  as  provided  by  the  United
         States Department of Agriculture:
    Child Nutrition Program.....................  320,000,000
    Nutrition Education and Training............      650,000
From the ISBE Federal National Community Service Fund:
    For  grants  to local education agencies and
         eligible recipients for Learn and Serve
         America................................    1,042,000

From the Carnegie Foundation Fund:
    For   reimbursement   to   local   education
         agencies and  eligible  recipients  for
         programs   provided   by  the  Carnegie
         Foundation.............................      200,000
    Total                                        $487,642,000
    (Total, this Section $1,222,562,000.)

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 20)

    Sec. 20.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects
and purposes named, are appropriated to the  State  Board  of
Education for Grants-In-Aid:

From the Common School Fund:
    For compensation of Regional
          Superintendents of Schools
          and assistants under Section
          18-5 of the School Code.   $6,318,600    $6,461,500
    For    payment    of   one-time   employer's
         contribution  to  Teachers'  Retirement
         System  as  provided   in   the   Early
         Retirement   Incentive   Provision   of
         Public  Act  87-1265  and under Section
         16-133.2 of the Illinois Pension Code..      142,900
    For  the  Supervisory  Expense  Fund   under
         Section 18-6 of the School Code........      102,000
    For operational expenses of financial audits
         of each regional office of education in
         the   State   as  approved  by  Section
         2-3.17a of the School Code.............      442,000
    For orphanage tuition claims and State owned
         housing claims as provided under
         Section 18-3 of the School Code........   15,200,000
  Total                                           $22,205,500

From the General Revenue Fund:
    For financial assistance to Local  Education
         Agencies  for the Philip J. Rock Center
         and  School  as  provided  by   Section
         14-11.02 of the School Code and for the
         purpose  of  maintaining an educational
         materials coordinating unit as provided
         for by Section 14-11.01 of  the  School
         Code...................................   $3,325,700
    For  tuition  of disabled children attending
         nonpublic schools under Section 14-7.02
         of the School Code.....................   32,336,900
    For reimbursement to school districts for
         extraordinary special education and
         facilities under Section 14-7.02a
         of the School Code.....................  113,616,100
    For reimbursement to school districts for
         services and materials used in
         programs for the use of disabled
         children under Section 14-13.01
         of the School Code.....................  220,031,300
    For reimbursement on a current basis only
         to school districts that provide
         for education of handicapped orphans
         from residential institutions as well
         as foster children who are mentally
         impaired or behaviorally disordered
         as provided under Section 14-7.03 of
         the School Code........................  124,000,000
    For financial assistance to Local Education
         Agencies with over  500,000 population
         to meet the needs  of those  children
         who come from environments where the
         dominant language is other than English
         under  Section  34-18.2  of  the
         School Code............................   31,833,200
    For financial assistance to Local  Education
         Agencies  with under 500,000 population
         to meet the needs of those children who
         come  from   environments   where   the
         dominant language is other than English
         under  Section  10-22.38a of the School
         Code...................................   23,718,800
    For distribution to eligible recipients  for
         establishing or maintaining educational
         programs for Low Incidence Disabilities.   1,500,000
    For reimbursement to school districts
         qualifying under Section 29-5 of the
         School Code for a portion of the cost
         of transporting common school
         pupils.................................  134,000,000
    For reimbursement  to school districts for a
         portion  of  the cost  of  transporting
         disabled   students   under   Section
         14-13.01 (b) of the School Code........  132,866,700
    For  reimbursement  to  school districts and
         for providing free lunch and  breakfast
         programs  under  the  provision  of the
         School Free Lunch Program Act..........   15,650,000
    For providing the loan of textbooks to students
         under Section 18-17 of the School Code.   24,192,100
    For grants for model early childhood Parental
         Training Programs ages 0-5 pursuant to
         Public Act 85-1046.......                  5,911,100
    For grants to school districts for emergency
         relocation  expenses  following  the
         condemnation of a school building......            0
    Total                                        $873,685,700

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 30)

    Sec. 30.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
from the General Revenue Fund to the State Board of Education
for the objects and purposes named:
    For operational costs  to  provide  services
         associated  with the Regional Office of
         Education for the City of Chicago...... $    870,000
    For funding the Illinois Teacher of the Year
         Program................................      110,000
    For administrative costs to provide services
         associated  with  the  Project  Success
         Program ...............................      173,700
    For grants to  provide  services  associated
         with the Project Success Program ......    2,826,300
    For  operational  expenses  and  grants  for
         Regional   Offices   of  Education  and
         Intermediate Service Centers...........   11,771,400
    For  funding  of  the  Regional  Office   of
         Education Technology Program ..........            0
    For  administrative costs and technical cost
         to   provide   assistance   to    Local
         Educational    Agencies   for   Project
         Jumpstart .............................       15,000
    For grants to Local Educational Agencies for
         Project Jumpstart .....................    1,985,000
    For independent outside
         evaluation of select programs
         operated by the Illinois State
         Board of Education.....................      200,000
    For   funding   the   Statewide    Bilingual
         Assessment Program.....................      400,000
    For  operational  expenses  to implement the
         Leadership    Development     Institute
         Program................................      350,000
    For   operational   costs   associated  with
         Academic and Workplace Standards.......    1,286,500
    For payment of Fiscal Year 1997
        State  Interest  Liability
        pursuant to the Federal Cash
        Management Improvement Act.      28,000       275,000
    For  costs  associated  with  the   Minority
         Transition Program.....................      300,000
    For administrative costs associated with the
         Early Intervention Infants and Toddlers
         Program ...............................      515,000
    For   grants   associated   with  the  Early
         Intervention   Infants   and   Toddlers
         Program ...............................   19,485,000
    For funding the Illinois Scholars Program...    1,104,300
    For administrative costs associated with the
         Work-Based Learning Program............      149,100
    For grants associated  with  the  Work-Based
         Learning Program ......................      850,900
    For the development of tests of Basic Skills
         and   subject   matter   knowledge  for
         individuals seeking  certification  and
         for   tests   of   Basic   Skills   for
         individuals   currently   enrolled   in
         education programs.....................      550,000
    For administrative costs associated with the
         Illinois Administrators Academy .......      234,258
    For  grants  associated  with  the  Illinois
         Administrators  Academy associated with
         Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention
         Programs ..............................      377,600
    For grants associated with  Substance  Abuse
         and Violence Prevention Programs ......    5,090,700
    For  administrative  costs  associated  with
         Learning    Improvement   and   Quality
         Assurance .............................    2,156,684
    For   grants   associated   with    Learning
         Improvement and Quality Assurance .....    6,869,800
    For   operational   expenses  and  technical
         assistance   to    Local    Educational
         Agencies   for   the   Illinois   Goals
         Assessment Program.....................    5,740,000
    For  the development of a Consumer Education
         Proficiency Test.......................      150,000
    For funding the Urban Education  Partnership
         Grants.................................    1,450,000
    For administrative costs associated with the
         Vocational      Education     Technical
         Preparation program ...................      183,700
    For grants associated  with  the  Vocational
         Education Technical Preparation Program
         .......................................    4,816,300
    For  operational  expenses  to implement the
         Preschool   Educational   Program   for
         children ages 3 to 5...................      484,000
    For funding  the  Illinois  State  Board  of
         Education Technology Program...........      740,000
    For  operational costs and grants associated
         with the Career  Awareness  Development
         Initiative.............................    1,057,300
    For costs associated with regional and local
         Optional    Education    Programs   for
         dropouts, those  at  risk  of  dropping
         out, and Alternative Education Programs
         for chronic truants....................   17,460,000
    For  costs associated with Jobs for Illinois
         Graduates Program......................    2,800,000
    For funding  the  Mi  Escuelita  (My  Little
         School) Program........................      200,000
    For    costs    associated    with   Capital
         Infrastructure Planning................            0
    For operational costs and reimbursement to a
         parent   or    guardian    under    the
         Transportation  provisions  of  Section
         29.5.2 of the School Code..............   10,120,000
    For  operational  costs  of  the Residential
         Services   Authority    for    Behavior
         Disorders   and   Severely  Emotionally
         Disturbed Children and Adolescents.....      262,400
    Total                                        $113,378,784

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 35)

    Sec. 35.  The following amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
General Revenue Fund to the State Board of Education for  the
objects and purposes named:
    For  grants  to  school districts to provide
         Regular Education Initiative programs..   $1,200,000
    For   distribution   to   school   districts
         pursuant to the recommendations of  the
         State  Board  of Education for Hispanic
         Programs...............................      374,600
    For funding Prevention Programs for services
         to children 0 to 3 years of age........    4,300,000
    For funding Block Grants for  School  Safety
         and  Education  Improvement pursuant to
         Section 1C-2 of the School Code........   25,127,500
    For grants to school districts,  to  conduct
         Preschool   Educational   Programs  for
         At-Risk Children Ages 3 to 5...........  123,409,400
    For grants to school districts  for  Reading
         Improvement Programs for teacher aides,
         reading  specialists,  for  reading and
         library  materials  and  other  related
         programs for students in grades K-6 and
         other authorized purposes under Section
         2-3.51 of the School Code..............   47,389,500
    For   costs    associated    with    Reading
         Improvement Programs...................    1,000,000
    For  grants  to  teachers who participate in
         Vocational Education Staff Development.    1,299,800
    For grants to local educational agencies  to
         conduct Agricultural Education Programs.   1,429,700
    For grants to local districts for planning
        district-wide Comprehensive Arts
        Programs for students in kindergarten
        through grade 6.........................      499,700
    Total                                        $204,353,600

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 100)

    Sec.  100.   The  following  amounts, or so much of those
amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  are  appropriated
from  the  Common School Fund to the State Board of Education
for the following objects and purposes:
    For general apportionment as provided
         by Section 18-8 of the School
         Code................  $1,858,291,100  $1,817,891,100
    For summer school payments
         as provided by Section 18-4.3 of
         the School Code........................    3,131,800
    For supplementary payments to
        school districts as provided in
        Section 18-8.2, Section 18-8.3,
        Section 18-8.5, and Section
        18-8A(5)(m) of the School
        Code......................    8,642,700    10,000,000
    For the payment of interest on
        the general apportionment payment.......    1,252,300
    Total                                      $1,832,325,500

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 110)

    Sec. 110.  The sum of $180,100 $172,800, or  so  much  of
that  amount  as  may  be necessary, is appropriated from the
General Revenue Fund to  the  State  Board  of  Education  as
provided  by  Section  18-4.4  of  the  School  Code  for Tax
Equivalent Grants.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 125)

    Sec. 125.  The amount of $500,000 $150,000, or so much of
this amount as may be necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the
General  Revenue Fund to the State Board of Education for the
purchase  of  school  bus  safety  control  devices   to   be
competitively granted to school districts statewide.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 1, Sec. 136)

    Sec.  136.   The  sum  of $112,000,000 $47,000,000, or so
much thereof as may be necessary, is  appropriated  from  the
Common  School  Fund  to  the  State  Board  of Education for
supplementary State aid  grants  to  school  districts  under
subsection (5)(p) of Section 18-8 of the School Code.
    Section 2.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010,  approved  June  11,  1997,  is amended by repealing
Sections 55 and 60 and by changing Sections 59, 61,  66,  67,
71, 73, 74, 78, and 85 of Article 43 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 59)

    Sec.  59.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to Frankfort Township in Will County the  Village  of  Tinley
Park for infrastructure improvements at Tinley Gardens.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 61)

    Sec.  61.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to the City of Dallas City Dallas Rural Water District for  a
water system.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 66)

    Sec.  66.  The sum of $400,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to the Village of Rochester for sanitary and/or  storm  sewer
system improvements.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 67)

    Sec.  67.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to  the  Village  of  Sherman   Sherman/Williamsville   Water
Commission for a new water tower water system improvements.
    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 71)

    Sec.  71.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to the Village of Winnebago for a water  tower  water  system
improvements.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 73)

    Sec.  73.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to the Village of Lemont for all costs  associated  with  the
installation  of  an emergency drinking water system drinking
water and wastewater system improvements.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 74)

    Sec. 74.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for  a  grant
to  the  town  of Rushville for all costs associated with the
installation  of  a  storm  sewer  bypass   and   for   sewer
improvements.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 78)

    Sec.  78.  The sum of $275,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for a grant
to the City of Vandalia for all costs associated  with  sewer
system  intake repairs, rehabilitation, and replacement water
and sewer lines, a lift station and replace brick manholes.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 43, Sec. 85)
    Sec. 85.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
to the Environmental Protection Agency for  a  grant  to  the
Village  of  Sherman  for  sanitary and/or storm sewer system
improvements.

    Section 3.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010, approved June  11,  1997,  is  amended  by  changing
Sections 3, 4, 5, and 75 of Article 58 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 58, Sec. 3)

    Sec.  3.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the  Illinois
Emergency Management Agency  for  the  objects  and  purposes
hereinafter named:
                         OPERATIONS
                 FEDERALLY-ASSISTED PROGRAMS
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Training and Education ...................  $   100,000
  For Planning and Analysis ....................       75,000
Payable from Nuclear Civil Protection
 Planning Fund:
  For Federal Projects .........................      400,000
  For Flood Mitigation Assistance Program ......      329,700
Payable from Federal Civil Preparedness
  Administrative Fund:
  For Training and Education ...................    2,261,300
    Total                                          $2,836,300

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 58, Sec. 4)

    Sec.  4.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the  Illinois
Emergency Management  Agency for  the  objects  and  purposes
hereinafter named:
                   DISASTER RELIEF, PUBLIC
    Whenever  it  becomes  necessary  for  the  State  or any
governmental unit to furnish in  a  disaster  area  emergency
services  directly  related  to or required by a disaster and
existing funds are insufficient to provide such services, the
Governor may, when he  considers  such  action  in  the  best
interest of the State, release funds from the General Revenue
disaster  relief  appropriation  in  order  to  provide  such
services or to reimburse local governmental bodies furnishing
such services.  Such appropriation may be used for payment of
the  Illinois  National  Guard  when called to active duty in
case of disaster, and for the emergency purchase  or  renting
of  equipment  and  commodities.  Such appropriation shall be
used for emergency services and relief to the  disaster  area
as a whole and shall not be used to provide private relief to
persons  sustaining  property damages or personal injury as a
result of a disaster.
Payable from General Revenue Fund .............. $  2,000,000
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For costs incurred in prior
  years ........................................      250,000
  For Metro East Flash Flood Protection ........      300,000
    Total                                          $2,550,000
Payable from General Revenue Fund to provide
  State Matching Funds for Federal Disaster
  Assistance:
   In prior years .............................. $    500,000
   In Fiscal Year 1998 .........................      200,000
    Total                                            $700,000
Payable from the Federal Aid
 Disaster Fund:
  In Prior Years ............................... $ 45,000,000
  Federal Disaster Declarations:
   In Fiscal Year 1998 .........................   10,000,000
  For State administration of the
   Federal Disaster Relief
   Program .....................................      500,000
  For Metro East Flash Flood Protection ........    2,500,000
  For State administration of the
   Hazard Mitigation Program ...................      500,000
  Disaster Relief - Hazard Mitigation ..........    1,000,000
  Disaster Relief - Hazard Mitigation
   in Prior Years ................   30,000,000    10,000,000
    Total                                         $69,500,000

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 58, Sec. 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  to  the  Illinois
Emergency  Management  Agency  for  the  objects and purposes
hereinafter named:
                 DISASTER RELIEF, INDIVIDUAL
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  State Share of Individual and Family
   Grant  Program  for  Disaster
   Declarations:
    In Fiscal Year 1998...........               $  1,000,000
    In prior years ...............                    500,000
Payable from the Federal Aid Disaster Fund:
  Federal Share of Individual and Family
   Grant Program for Disaster Declarations:
    In Fiscal Year 1998...........   20,875,000     4,000,000
    In prior years ...............                  1,500,000
  For State administration of the
   Individual and Family Grant Program .              500,000
    Total                                          $7,500,000

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 58, Sec. 75)
    Sec. 75.  The  sum  of  $100,000  $200,000,  or  so  much
thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General
Revenue  Fund to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency for
a grant to the Village of Shorewood to  match  federal  flood
relief.

    Section 4.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010,  approved  June  11,  1997,  is amended by  changing
Sections 6, 66, 93, 97, 106, 108, 109, and 126 of Article  78
as  follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 6)

    Sec. 6  The amount of $10,000,000 $15,000,000, or so much
thereof  as  may  be necessary, is appropriated from the Coal
Technology Development Assistance Fund to the  Department  of
Commerce   and  Community  Affairs  for  expenses  under  the
provisions  of  the  Illinois  Coal  Technology   Development
Assistance Act including prior year costs.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 66)

    Sec.  66.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Department  of  Commerce and Community Affairs for a
grant to the DuPage Family Shelter Service, Inc. Center.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 93)

    Sec. 93.  The sum of $50,000, or so much thereof  as  may
be  necessary,  is appropriated to the Department of Commerce
and Community Affairs from the General  Revenue  Fund  for  a
grant  to  the  Village  of  Burnham for park improvement all
costs associated with  planning,  improvement,  construction,
reconstruction  and  rehabilitation of streets, sidewalks and
tree planting.
    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 97)

    Sec. 97.  The amount of $500,000 or so  much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary  is  appropriated  to  the  Department  of
Commerce  and Community Affairs for a grant to the village of
Markham Park District  for  all  costs  associated  with  the
planning,   improvement,   construction,  reconstruction  and
rehabilitation of a field house.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 106)

    Sec. 106.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Department  of  Commerce  and  Community Affairs for
making a grant to Habilitative Systems, Inc.  for  all  costs
associated  with  a study designed to explore the feasibility
of developing cultural, economic, and tourist attractions  by
developing,  restoring,  rehabilitating,  and  operating  the
Sears,   Roebuck  and  Company  Complex,  the  Garfield  Park
Conservatory, Guyon Apartments, the  National  Guard  Armory,
and  any  other structure developed, restored, rehabilitated,
or operated by Habilitative Systems, Inc. as an historic site
in the Westside Restoration Initiative Area of  the  City  of
Chicago  implementing  The  Exodus  to  Excellence Program to
address and service the development and economic  empowerment
needs  within the Westside Restoration Initiative Area of the
City of Chicago.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 108)

    Sec. 108.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, for
the purpose of a grant to the Village  of  Melrose  Park  for
prior  years'  expenses incurred and current costs associated
with    the     planning,     improvements,     construction,
reconstruction,   and   rehabilitation  of  a  public  safety
building in the Village of Melrose Park.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 109)

    Sec. 109.  The sum of $150,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, for the
purpose of a grant to the Village of  Stone  Park  for  costs
associated  with  the  planning,  improvements, construction,
reconstruction, and rehabilitation of a sanitary lift station
in the Village of Stone Park public infrastructure projects.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 78, Sec. 126)

    Sec. 126.  The sum of $1,250,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department of
Commerce and Community Affairs  for  a  sewer  project  water
projects in the City of Carlinville.

    Section 5.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010,  approved  June  11,  1997,  is amended by repealing
Sections 66 and 68 of Article 89  and  by  changing  Sections
16b,  16b1,  19b5,  40,  51,  52,  57,  60, 63, 65, and 69 of
Article 89 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 16b)

    Sec. 16b.  The following sum of $341,600,000, or so  much
thereof  as  may  be necessary, is appropriated from the Road
Fund to the  Department  of  Transportation  for  preliminary
engineering  and  construction engineering and contract costs
of  construction,  including  reconstruction,  extension  and
improvement of  State  highways,  arterial  highways,  roads,
access  areas,  roadside shelters, rest areas, fringe parking
facilities and sanitary facilities, and such  other  purposes
as  provided  by  the  "Illinois  Highway Code"; for purposes
allowed or required  by  Title  23  of  the  U.S.  Code;  for
bikeways  as  provided  by  Public  Act 78-0850; and for land
acquisition  and  signboard  removal  and  control,  junkyard
removal and control and preservation of natural  beauty;  and
for   capital   improvements  which  directly  facilitate  an
effective vehicle weight enforcement program, such as  scales
(fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and
scale   houses,   in  accordance  with  applicable  laws  and
regulations  at  the  approximate  costs  set  forth   below:
................................................ $341,600,000

District 1, Schaumburg.......................... $105,000,000
District 2, Dixon...............................    8,000,000
District 3, Ottawa..............................    9,200,000
District 4, Peoria..............................    9,500,000
District 5, Paris...............................   10,400,000
District 6, Springfield.........................   15,500,000
District 7, Effingham...........................    7,600,000
District 8, Collinsville........................   10,000,000
District 9, Carbondale..........................    7,800,000
Statewide.......................................  103,600,000
Engineering.....................................   55,000,000
TOTAL........................................... $341,600,000

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 16b1)

    Sec. 16b1.  The following sum of $680,000,000, or so much
thereof  as  may be necessary, is appropriated from the State
Construction Account Fund to the Department of Transportation
for preliminary engineering and construction engineering  and
contract  costs  of  construction,  including reconstruction,
extension  and  improvement  of  State   highways,   arterial
highways, roads, access areas, roadside shelters, rest areas,
fringe  parking  facilities and sanitary facilities, and such
other purposes as provided by the  "Illinois  Highway  Code";
for  purposes  allowed  or  required  by Title 23 of the U.S.
Code; for bikeways as provided by Public Act 78-0850; and for
land acquisition and signboard removal and control,  junkyard
removal  and  control and preservation of natural beauty; and
for  capital  improvements  which  directly   facilitate   an
effective  vehicle weight enforcement program, such as scales
(fixed and portable), scale pits and scale installations, and
scale  houses,  in  accordance  with  applicable   laws   and
regulations   at  the  approximate  costs  set  forth  below:
................................................ $680,000,000

District 1, Schaumburg.......................... $270,000,000
District 2, Dixon...............................   75,000,000
District 3, Ottawa..............................   49,800,000
District 4, Peoria..............................   46,500,000
District 5, Paris...............................   32,400,000
District 6, Springfield.........................   70,000,000
District 7, Effingham...........................   24,900,000
District 8, Collinsville........................   53,200,000
District 9, Carbondale..........................   28,200,000
Statewide.......................................   30,000,000
Total........................................... $680,000,000

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 19b5)

    Sec. 19b5.  The following named sums, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated from the Downstate
Public   Transportation   Fund   to   the    Department    of
Transportation  for  operating assistance grants to provide a
portion of the eligible operating expenses for the  following
carriers  for the purposes stated in Article II of Public Act
78-1109, as amended:
                       URBANIZED AREAS
Champaign ...................................... $  5,856,400
Peoria .........................................    4,875,300
Rock Island ....................................    3,382,100
Rockford .......................................    3,462,600
Springfield ....................................    3,367,400
Bloomington ....................................    1,610,500
Decatur ........................................    1,610,500
Pekin ..........................................      241,700
Loves Park .....................................      402,700
Danville .......................................      585,600
Kankakee .......................................      100,000
South Beloit ...................................       21,900
    Total, Urbanized Areas                        $25,416,700
                     NON-URBANIZED AREAS
Quincy ...........................               $    805,200
RIDES Mass Transit District ......      745,300       585,600
South Central Illinois
  Mass Transit District ..........      759,400       366,100
Galesburg ........................                    366,100
    Total, Non-Urbanized Areas                     $2,123,000


    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 40)

    Sec. 40. The sum of $80,000, or so much thereof as may be
necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the Illinois
Department of Transportation for the widening of Route 127 on
the north side of the City of Nashville from station  1420+00
to station 1435+00. all costs associated with an extension of
Mockingbird Road near the City of Nashville.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 51)

    Sec.  51.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the Illinois Department of  Transportation for a grant to
the Village of Opdyke Pendleton Township in Jefferson  County
for street repairs.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 52)

    Sec.  52.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the Illinois Department of  Transportation for a grant to
the Village of Bedford Park  for  noise  barriers  along  the
Tri-State  Tollway.  adjacent  to railroad tracks operated by
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 57)

    Sec. 57.  The sum of $2,530,000 $3,800,000,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be necessary, is appropriated from the Road
Fund to the Department of Transportation for the  resurfacing
of  Route  25  from Bluff City Boulevard to Congdon Avenue in
Elgin.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 60)

    Sec. 60.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
to the Illinois Department of Transportation to Logan  County
to resurface Route 66 north of Lincoln to McLean.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 63)

    Sec.  63.  The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Illinois Department of Transportation for a grant to
Jefferson County for Richview Road improvements. various road
improvements.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 65)
    Sec. 65.  The sum of  $500,000  $2,250,000,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be necessary, is appropriated from the Road
Fund to  the  Department  of  Transportation  for  all  costs
associated  with  stop  light  synchronization in the City of
Springfield.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 89, Sec. 69)

    Sec. 69.  The sum of $18,000,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department of
Transportation payable  from  the  Road  Fund  for,  but  not
limited  to,  the  following projects at the approximate cost
below:

For resurfacing on 31st from
   Western to Kedzie............................   $1,000,000

  For curb, gutters, and sidewalks
   on North Roger Avenue........................     $250,000

  For Pan-Asian street signs in
   Chicago .....................................      $25,000

  For resurfacing on State Street
   between 79th and 95th .......................   $1,500,000

  For engineering studies for widening
   and land acquisition cost for
   Howard Avenue ...............................     $250,000

  For resurfacing Howard Avenue between
   Cicero and McCormick Avenue .................     $660,000

  For regarding street level to increase
   clearance under Foster Avenue bridge ........      $25,000
  For resurfacing and repair of 115th Street
   119th Street over I-57 ......................     $250,000

  For necessary studies for sound barriers
   along the I-90/94 Dan Ryan Expressway between
   35th and 95th ...............................     $200,000

  For necessary studies for sound barriers
   along I-90/94 between Montrose and
   Central Park ................................     $200,000

For sidewalks on 151st and on Central
  Avenue .......................................      $43,000

For a guard rail at 107th Ridgeland by
  the Our Lady of the Ridge School .............     $100,000

For resurfacing Roosevelt Road,
  1st 9th Avenue to 25th Avenue ................   $1,000,000

For a grant to the Belleville Area College
  for infrastructure improvements, studies,
  modifications, including parking lot
  expansion or improvements related to
  the Metrolink connection at
  Belleville Area College ......................     $250,000

For the City of Belleville
  for infrastructure improvements, studies,
  modifications, including parking lot
  expansion or improvements related to
  the Metrolink connection
  at Belleville Area College ...................     $250,000
For roadway flooding and flood
  control along IL Route 53 ....................     $535,000

  For resurfacing on Drexel Blvd.
   including parking lanes
   between 44th Street to 51st
   Street.......................................     $750,000

  For intersection improvements at
   West Peterson and Rogers Avenue..............     $100,000

  For intersection improvements at
   West Peterson and Pulaski Road...............     $250,000

  For land acquisition on IL Route 159 between
   Edwardsville and I-64 .......................   $1,803,000

  For roadway flooding and drainage control
   development in Bluecrest in addition
   to other funds that may have been
   previously allocated ........................     $120,000

  For state match to add turn lanes at
   North Avenue and Waukegan Road in
   Deerfield ...................................     $162,500

  For necessary studies for sound barriers
   along I-80/94 in Lansing ....................     $200,000

  For bridge development in Morris on
   West Gore Road ..............................     $350,000

  For resurfacing on US 12/20 between
   IL Route 1 to Western Avenue ................   $1,030,000
  For resurfacing Laramie Road between 155th
   to 159th ....................................     $300,000

  For traffic light at intersection of US 30
   and Center Avenue ...........................     $125,000

  For resurfacing Irving Park Road between
   Lake Shore Drive and Western ................     $700,000

  For resurfacing on US 45 between IL 83
   and 143rd Street ............................     $901,000

  For resurfacing on IL 1 between Strieff Lane
   and Joe Orr Road ............................     $644,000

  For resurfacing IL 394 between Goodenow
   and Burrville ...............................   $1,545,000

  For resurfacing IL 16 east of Hillsboro
   4 between IL 138 and Bunker Hill
   Road ..............................  $500,000   $1,236,000

  For turn lanes on Route 29 near Taylorville ..     $125,000

  For streetlights at the intersection of
   Old 55 and historic Route 66 near
   Mt. Olive ...................................      $87,500

  For resurfacing IL 83 between 179th
   and 186th Street ............................     $113,000

  For resurfacing IL 159 in Collinsville
   near Morrison ...............................     $103,000
  For resurfacing IL 83 between 154th
   and Bernice Road ............................     $670,000

  For resurfacing US 51 between 5th
   Street and Cold Springs Road in Pana ........     $283,000

  For pedestrian overpass across Highway
   41 and Park Avenue Route 22 in Highland
   Park ..............................  $750,000      $76,500

    For other necessary projects ...............         $100

    Section 6.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010, approved June 11,  1997,  is  amended  by  repealing
Section  7  of Article 63 and adding Section 7a to Article 63
as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 63, Sec. 7a new)

    Sec. 7a.  The amount of $50,000, or so  much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Office of the State Fire Marshal for a  grant  to
the  City of Springfield for all costs associated with a fire
station location study.

    Section 7.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010, approved June  11,  1997,  is  amended  by  changing
Sections 17, 18 and 24 of Article 93 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 93, Sec. 17)

    Sec.  17.  The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  a grant to the Ela
Township Rural Fire District for new firehouses. Lake  Zurich
Rural  Fire Protection District for all costs associated with
planning, construction, reconstruction, and rehabilitation or
other firehouse purposes.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 93, Sec. 18)

    Sec. 18.  The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as  may
be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue Fund
to the Capital Development Board for a grant to  the  Village
of   Willisville  to  repair  a  fire  house  for  all  costs
associated with planning, construction,  reconstruction,  and
rehabilitation or other firehouse purposes.

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 93, Sec. 24)

    Sec. 24.  The sum of $750,000 $50,000, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board for a grant to the
Village of Palos Park  for  all  costs  associated  with  the
construction planning of an addition to the village hall.

    Section 8.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010,  approved  June  11,  1997  is  amended  by changing
Sections 4 and 79 of Article 45 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 45, Sec. 4)

    Sec. 4.  The following named sums, or so much thereof  as
may  be necessary, respectively, for the objects and purposes
hereinafter named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary  and
contingent expenses of the Department of Natural Resources:
                OFFICE OF MINES AND MINERALS
For Personal Services:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............ $  2,334,100
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................      197,600
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...      209,400
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............      579,100
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................    1,363,300
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................    1,532,100
For Employee Retirement Contributions
 Paid by State:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       93,300
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................        7,900
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...        8,300
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       23,200
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       54,500
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       61,300
For State Contributions to State
 Employees' Retirement System:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      151,700
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................       12,800
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...       13,600
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       37,600
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       88,600
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       99,600
For State Contributions to Social Security:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      178,500
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................       15,200
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...       16,100
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       44,300
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................      104,400
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................      117,100
For Group Insurance:
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................       31,800
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...       31,800
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       95,400
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................      176,900
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................      182,900
For Contractual Services:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............      300,500
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................       20,400
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration
  Fund ...........................      738,500       848,500
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............      117,700
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................      335,100
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................      252,000
For Travel:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       50,500
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................        1,000
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...        9,000
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       25,500
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       45,600
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       30,000
For Commodities:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       28,900
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................        2,200
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...        4,600
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       11,500
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       14,200
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       24,900
For Printing:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............        7,900
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................          500
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...        2,100
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............        4,600
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       10,900
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       12,400
For Equipment:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       83,000
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................       15,000
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...       35,400
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       34,900
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................      108,500
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       99,900
For Electronic Data Processing:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       18,400
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................        3,800
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...        6,800
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       12,500
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................      132,900
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................      106,600
For Telecommunications Services:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       56,500
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................        2,700
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration Fund ...        9,800
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       16,200
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       39,400
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................      142,100
For Operation of Auto Equipment:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       46,600
  Payable from Mines and Minerals Underground
   Injection Control Fund ......................       13,200
  Payable from Plugging and Restoration
   Fund ........................................       18,500
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............       31,600
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining Control
   and Reclamation Fund ........................       22,500
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal Trust
   Fund ........................................       29,900
For the purpose of coordinating training
 and education programs for miners:
  Payable from the General Revenue Fund ........       15,000
  Payable from the Coal Mining Regulatory
   Fund ........................................        9,900
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining
   Control and Reclamation Fund ................      351,500
For the purpose of reclaiming surface
 mined lands, with respect to which a
 bond has been forfeited:
  Payable from Land Reclamation Fund ...........      700,000
For Small Operators' Assistance Program:
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining
   Control and Reclamation Fund ................      210,000
For expenses associated with Explosive
 Regulation:
  Payable from Explosives Regulatory Fund ......      122,400
For expenses associated with Aggregate
 Mining Regulation:
  Payable from Aggregate Operations Regulatory
   Fund ........................................      298,900
For expenses associated with
 Surface Coal Mining Regulation:
  Payable from Coal Mining Regulatory Fund .....      166,400
For expenses associated with Environmental
 Mitigation Projects, Studies, Research,
 and Administrative Support:
  Payable from Abandoned Mined Lands
   Reclamation Council Federal
   Trust Fund ..................................      250,000
For Interest Penalty Escrow:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............          500
  Payable from Underground Resources
   Conservation Enforcement Fund ...............          500
For expenses associated with litigation of
 Mining Regulatory actions:
  Payable from Federal Surface Mining
   Control and Reclamation Fund ................       15,000
For the State of Illinois' share of
 expenses of Interstate Oil Compact
 Commission created under the authority
 of "An Act ratifying and approving an
 Interstate Compact to Conserve Oil and
 Gas", approved July 10, 1935, as amended:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............        6,000
For State expenses in connection with
 the Interstate Mining Compact:
  Payable from General Revenue Fund ............       20,400
For the Landowner Grant Program
 authorized under the Illinois
 Oil and Gas Act, as amended
 by Public Act 90-0260:
  Payable from Plugging
   and Restoration Fund.........................      110,000
    Total                                         $13,176,100

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 45, Sec. 79)

    Sec.  79.  The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Department  of  Natural  Resources,  Water Resources
Division, for planning and  development  of  a  Weller  Creek
flood control project in Mount Prospect.

    Section 9.  "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010,  approved  June  11,  1997,  is amended by repealing
Section 9 and  by  changing  Section  11  of  Article  35  as
follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 35, Sec. 11)

    Sec.  11.   The sum of $30,000, or so much thereof as may
be necessary, is appropriated from the General  Revenue  Fund
to  the  Department  on  Aging  for a grant to the Village of
Bolingbrook DuPage Township for the acquisition of a van  for
senior citizen transportation.

    Section  10.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
Act 90-0010, approved June 11, 1997, is amended  by  changing
Section 22.3 of Article 94 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 94, Sec. 22.3)

    Sec.  22.3.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so much
thereof as may be necessary  and  remain  unexpended  at  the
close  of  business  on  June 30, 1997, from reappropriations
heretofore made for such purposes in  Article 78, Section  22
and Section 23 of Public Act 89-0501, are reappropriated from
the Capital Development Fund to the Board of Higher Education
for the projects hereinafter enumerated:
                 EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
For purchasing Buzzard Building equipment ...... $  1,750,000
                NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
For purchasing Engineering
  Building equipment ...........................    1,876,856
           NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - ROCKFORD
For purchasing Rockford Center Building
  equipment ....................................        9,867
    Total, Section 22.3                            $3,636,723

    Section  11.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
Act 90-0010, approved June 11, 1997, is amended  by  changing
Section 110 of Article 20 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 20, Sec. 110)

    Sec.  110.  The amount of $3,753,989 $843,827, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, and remains unexpended  on  June
30,  1997,  from  appropriations  heretofore  made  for  such
purposes  in  Section  95  and  Section  110 of Article 12 of
Public Act 89-501, is reappropriated from Live and Learn Fund
to the Office of the Secretary of State for  the  purpose  of
making grants to libraries for construction and renovation as
provided by Section 8 of the Illinois Library Systems Act.

    Section  12.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
Act 90-0010, approved June 11, 1997, is amended  by  changing
Sections 5 and 10 of Article 24 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 24, Sec. 5)
    Sec.  5.  The  following  amounts,  or  so  much of those
amounts as may be necessary, respectively,  for  the  objects
and purposes named, are appropriated to meet the ordinary and
contingent  expenses  of  the  Office  of the State Appellate
Defender:

For Personal Services.............   $5,453,900  $  5,485,700
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid by Employer................      206,117       219,428
For State Contribution to State Employees'
  Retirement System...............      354,504       279,770
For State Contributions to Social
  Security........................      398,333       419,656
For Contractual Services..........    1,145,000     1,153,300
For Travel........................                     49,480
For Commodities...................                     39,408
For Printing......................                     28,020
For Equipment.....................                    155,455
For Telecommunications Services...                    110,105
    Total                                          $7,940,322

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 24, Sec. 10)

    Sec. 10.  The following named  amounts,  or  so  much  of
those   amounts   as  may  be  necessary,  respectively,  are
appropriated to the Office of the  State  Appellate  Defender
for  the  ordinary  and  contingent  expenses  of the Capital
Litigation  Division  established  pursuant  to  Public   Act
86-0318:
For Personal Services.............     $594,500  $    596,726
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid by Employer................       23,780        23,869
For State Contributions to State Employees'
  Retirement System...............       38,643        30,433
For State Contributions to Social
  Security........................       45,479        45,650
For Contractual Services..........      510,276       516,000
For Travel......................................       25,000
For Commodities.................................        8,500
For Printing....................................        5,000
For Equipment...................................       12,000
For Telecommunications Services.................       40,000
    Total                                          $1,303,178

    Section  13.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
Act 90-0010, approved June 11, 1997, is amended  by  changing
Sections 1, 2, and 3 of Article 70 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 70, Sec. 1)

    Sec.  1.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
Department  of  Human  Rights  for  the  objects and purposes
hereinafter enumerated:
                       ADMINISTRATION
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $    562,400
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ..............      177,800        22,500
  For State Contributions to State
  Employees' Retirement System ...       36,600       288,800
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................       42,600
  For Contractual Services .....................       40,200
  For Travel ...................................        3,400
  For Commodities ..............................        3,400
  For Printing .................................        3,200
  For Equipment.................................       13,100
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       27,100
    Total                                          $1,006,700
    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 70, Sec. 2)

    Sec. 2.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
Department of Human  Rights  for  the  objects  and  purposes
hereinafter enumerated:
                DIVISION OF CHARGE PROCESSING
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $  3,142,200
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ..      204,200       125,700
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................      238,200
  For Contractual Services .....................       17,700
  For Travel ...................................       16,900
  For Commodities ..............................        5,000
  For Printing .................................          900
  For Equipment ................................       21,900
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       50,900
    Total                                          $3,619,400
Payable from Special Projects Division Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $    713,100
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ............................       28,500
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................       46,400
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................       54,600
  For Group Insurance ..........................      106,000
  For Contractual Services .....................      204,900
  For Travel ...................................       58,000
  For Commodities ..............................       25,800
  For Printing .................................       10,800
  For Equipment ................................        1,000
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       88,000
    Total                                          $1,337,100

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 70, Sec. 3)

    Sec.  3.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, respectively, are  appropriated  to  the
Department  of  Human  Rights  for  the  objects and purposes
hereinafter enumerated:
                         COMPLIANCE
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $    738,800
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ..       48,000        29,600
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................       56,000
  For Contractual Services .....................        3,600
  For Travel ...................................       16,200
  For Commodities ..............................        2,100
  For Printing .................................        1,000
  For Telecommunications Services ..............       14,000
    Total                                            $861,300

    Section 14.  "AN ACT  regarding  appropriations,"  Public
Act  90-0010,  approved June 11, 1997, is amended by changing
Section 5 of Article 31 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 31, Sec. 5)

    Sec. 5.  The following  amounts,  or  so  much  of  those
amounts  as  may be necessary, respectively, are appropriated
to  the  State  Board  of  Elections  for  its  ordinary  and
contingent expenses as follows:
                          The Board
For Contractual Services........................ $     17,800
For Travel......................................       13,600
For Equipment...................................          500
    Total                                             $31,900
                       Administration
For Personal Services........................... $    486,175
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid By Employer..............................       19,447
For State Contributions to State Employees'
  Retirement System...............       31,794        24,794
For State Contributions to
  Social Security...............................       37,192
For Contractual Services........................      324,500
For Travel......................................       10,000
For Commodities.................................       17,500
For Printing....................................       10,000
For Equipment...................................        1,700
For Telecommunications..........................       75,000
    Total                                          $1,006,308
                          Elections
For Personal Services.............   $1,176,081  $  1,207,581
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid By Employer................                     48,303
For State Contributions to State
  Employees' Retirement System....       74,086        61,586
For State Contributions to
  Social Security.................                     92,380
For Contractual Services..........                     15,135
For Travel........................                     48,417
For Printing......................                     32,400
For Equipment.....................                      4,520
For Purchase of Election Codes....                     15,000
For completion of Phase II of the Census
  2000 Redistricting Program pursuant to
  Public Law 94-171...............                    200,000
For Needs Assessment for Statewide Voter
  Registration System.............                    175,000
    Total                                           1,900,322
                       General Counsel
For Personal Services........................... $    208,685
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid By Employer..............................        8,348
For State Contributions to State
  Employees' Retirement System....       13,443        10,643
For State Contributions to
  Social Security...............................       15,964
For Contractual Services........................       31,827
For Travel......................................        4,000
For Equipment...................................          800
    Total                                            $280,267
                     Campaign Financing
For Personal Services........................... $    554,359
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid By Employer..............................       22,174
For State Contributions to State
  Employees' Retirement System....       35,772        28,272
For State Contributions to
  Social Security.................                     42,408
For Contractual Services..........                      3,750
For Travel........................                     11,050
For Printing......................                     12,800
For Equipment.....................                      1,665
    Total                                             676,478
                             EDP
For Personal Services........................... $    195,301
For Employee Retirement Contributions
  Paid By Employer..............................        7,812
For State Contributions to State
  Employees' Retirement System....       11,660         9,960
For State Contributions to
  Social Security.................                     14,941
For Contractual Services..........                    146,950
For Travel........................                      9,400
For Commodities...................                     16,160
For Printing......................                      1,550
For Equipment.....................                    129,650
    Total                                             531,724
              (Total, this Section $4,426,999)

    Section 16.  "AN ACT  regarding  appropriations,"  Public
Act  90-0010,  approved June 11, 1997, is amended by changing
Section 3 of Article 64 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 64, Sec. 3)

    Sec. 3.  The following named amounts, or so much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
Department of State Police for the following purposes:
                   DIVISION OF OPERATIONS
Payable from General Revenue Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 68,833,800
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ............................    3,352,700
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    3,843,500
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................    1,967,400
  For Contractual Services .....................    5,181,900
  For Travel ...................................      700,800
  For Commodities ..............................      932,400
  For Printing .................................      118,700
  For Equipment ................................      495,300
  For Electronic Data Processing ...............      227,500
  For Telecommunications Services ..............    3,581,700
  For Operation of Auto Equipment ..............    6,081,700
    Total                                         $95,317,400
Payable from the Road Fund:
  For Personal Services ........................ $ 47,494,600
  For Employee Retirement Contributions
   Paid by Employer ............................    2,612,200
  For State Contributions to State
   Employees' Retirement System ................    2,422,200
  For State Contributions to
   Social Security .............................      204,200
    Total                                         $52,733,200
Payable from the State Police Services Fund:
  For Payment of Expenses:
   Fingerprint Program.......................... $  5,500,000
  For Payment of Expenses:
   Federal & IDOT Programs......................    3,500,000
  For Payment of Expenses:
   Riverboat Gambling...........................    9,381,200
  For Payment of Expenses:
   Miscellaneous Programs.......................    3,550,000
    Total                                         $21,931,200
Payable from the Illinois State Police
 Federal Projects Fund:
  For Payment of Expenses......... $ 19,400,000              
                                                  $ 16,700,000

    Section 17.  "AN ACT  regarding  appropriations,"  Public
Act  90-0010,  approved June 11, 1997, is amended by changing
Section 50 of Article 13 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 13, Sec. 50)

    Sec. 50.  The following sum, or so much thereof as may be
necessary, is appropriated from  the  Federal  State  Student
Incentive  Trust  Fund  to  the  Illinois  Student Assistance
Commission for the following purpose:
                           Grants
  For payment of grant awards to full-time and
   part-time students eligible to receive such
   awards, as provided by law.......  $2,820,000   $2,700,000

    Section 18.  "AN ACT  regarding  appropriations,"  Public
Act  90-0010,  approved June 11, 1997, is amended by changing
Section 1 of Article 27 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 27, Sec. 1)

    Sec. 1.  The following sums, or so much thereof as may be
necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the President of
the Senate and the Speaker of the  House  of  Representatives
for furnishing the items provided in Section 4 of the General
Assembly  Compensation  Act  to  members  of their respective
houses  throughout  the  year  in   connection   with   their
legislative duties and responsibilities and not in connection
with any political campaign, as prescribed by law:
To the President of the Senate....   $3,953,000  $  3,363,000
To the Speaker of the House of
  Representatives.................    6,726,000     <L5,546,000>
    Total                                          $8,909,000

    Section  19.   "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
Act 90-0010, approved June 11, 1997, is amended  by  changing
Section 25 of Article 21 as follows:

    (P.A. 90-0010, Art. 21, Sec. 25)

    Sec. 25.  The following named amounts, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary, respectively, are appropriated to the
State Comptroller to pay certain officers of the  Legislative
Branch   of  the  State  Government,  at  the  various  rates
prescribed by law:
                  Office of Auditor General
For the Auditor General......................... $     94,600
For two Deputy Auditor Generals.................      175,800
    Total                                            $270,400
          Officers and Members of General Assembly
For salaries of the 118 members
of the House of Representatives.....  $5,870,600   $5,800,000
For salaries of the 59 members of the Senate....    2,900,000
    Total                                          $8,700,000
For additional amounts, as prescribed
  by law, for party leaders in both
  chambers as follows:
For the Speaker of the House,
  the President of the Senate and
  Minority Leaders of both Chambers............. $     78,600
For the Majority Leader of the House............       16,600
For the eleven assistant majority and
  minority leaders in the Senate................      162,100
For the twelve assistant majority
  and minority leaders in the House.............      154,800
For the majority and minority
  caucus chairmen in the Senate.................       29,500
For the majority and minority
  conference chairmen in the House..............       25,800
For the two Deputy Majority and the two
  Deputy Minority leaders in the House..........       56,500
For chairmen and minority spokesmen of
  standing committees in the Senate
  except the Rules Committee, the Committee
  on Committees and the Committee on the
Assignment of Bills.............................      235,900
For chairmen and minority
  spokesmen of standing and select
  committees in the House..............  466,100   <L   455,300>
    Total                                          $1,215,100
For per diem allowances for the
  members of the Senate, as
  provided by law............................... $    382,300
For per diem allowances for the
  members of the House, as
  provided by law...............................      764,600
For mileage for all members of the
  General Assembly, as provided
  by law........................................      400,000
    Total                                          $1,546,900

    Section 20. "AN ACT regarding appropriations," Public Act
90-0010, approved June 11,  1997,  is  amended  by  repealing
Section 17 of Article 40.

    Section  20a.  "AN  ACT regarding appropriations," Public
Act 90-0010, approved June 11, 1997, is amended by  repealing
Section 5.2 of Article 32.

    Section  21.   The sum of $200,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to  the  Criminal  Justice  Information Authority for a
grant to Cook County Radio Communications Network 10.

    Section 22.  The sum of $50,000, or so  much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Illinois Criminal Justice  Information  Authority
for  a grant to the City of Loves Park for computerization of
the police department.

    Section 23.  The sum of $50,000, or so  much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Criminal  Justice  Information  Authority  for  a
grant to Scott County for LEADS computer equipment.

    Section  24.   The  sum of $20,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to  the  Criminal  Justice  Information Authority for a
grant to the Village of Burr Ridge  for  live  scan  computer
software.

    Section  25.   The sum of $350,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund to the Illinois Department of Transportation for a grant
to  the  City  of  Springfield  for all costs associated with
rehabilitation  of  the   Old   State   Capitol   Square   in
Springfield.

    Section  26.   The sum of $250,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund  to  the
Illinois   Department   of   Transportation   for  all  costs
associated with  rehabilitation  of  the  Old  State  Capitol
Square in Springfield.

    Section  27.   The sum of $100,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund to the Illinois Department of Transportation for a grant
to  the  City  of  Springfield  for all costs associated with
compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    Section 28.  The sum of $200,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor for the purpose
of administering the Illinois River Coordination  Council  as
provided for in P.A. 90-120.

    Section  29.   The sum of $430,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to the Department of Natural Resources for multiple use
facilities   and   programs   for   planning,   construction,
rehabilitation, and all other  expenses  required  to  comply
with  the  intent  of this appropriation, including grants to
local governments for similar purposes.

    Section 30.  The sum of $500,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Illinois Community College Board to plan  capital
improvements.

    Section  31.  The sum of $700,000, or so  much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to  the  Department of Natural Resources for a grant to
the Village of Crestwood for all costs  associated  with  the
reconstruction,  rehabilitation, and renovation of the Caesar
Park baseball field.

    Section 32.  The sum of $2,000,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated to the Capital  Development
Board from the Build Illinois Bond Fund to plan for a medical
school replacement at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

    Section  33.   The sum of $500,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs for
a grant to the Adkins Energy Cooperative for an ethanol plant
in Stephenson County.

    Section 34.  The amount of $1,000,000, or so much of that
amount as may be necessary, is appropriated from the  General
Revenue  Fund  to the Department of Natural Resources for the
purpose of carrying out Phase III of the Willow-Higgins Creek
improvement, including previously incurred costs.

    Section 36.  The amount of $1,200,000, or so much thereof
as may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the  Attorney
General   Court  Ordered  and  Voluntary  Compliance  Payment
Projects Fund to the Office of the Attorney General  for  the
performance of any function pertaining to the exercise of the
duties  of  the Attorney General including but not limited to
enforcement of any law of this State  and  conducting  public
education  programs; however, any moneys in the Fund that are
required by the court or by an agreement to  be  used  for  a
particular purpose shall be used for that purpose.

    Section  37.   The amount of $100,000, or so much thereof
as may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the  Illinois
Charity  Bureau Fund to the Office of the Attorney General to
enforce the provision of the Solicitation for Charity Act and
to  gather  and  disseminate  information  about   charitable
trustees and organizations to the public.

    Section 38.  The sum of $1,270,000, or so much thereof as
may  be  necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the
Department of Transportation  for  expenses  associated  with
work on the US 20 by-pass at Elgin.

    Section  40.   The sum of $525,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund to the State Board of Elections for all costs associated
with  the  implementation  of  the  provisions  of Public Act
90-0495.

    Section 41.   The  amount  of  $65,000,000,  or  so  much
thereof   as   may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the
Department of Commerce and Community Affairs from the Federal
Workforce  Development  Fund  for  administration  and  grant
expenses of the Welfare to Work Block Grant Program, or other
federal  job  training,  education  or  employment  programs,
including prior year costs.

    Section 42.  The amount of $700,000, or so much  of  this
amount as may be necessary, is appropriated to the Department
of  Commerce  and  Community Affairs from the General Revenue
Fund for a grant to the Trucking  Research  Institute  for  a
state  match  for the implementation of an FAA research study
at O'Hare International Airport.

    Section 43.  The sum of $150,600, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the  Department of
Natural Resources for a grant to the  Chicago  Park  District
for all costs associated with the renovation of the clubhouse
at  the  Jackson  Park golf course in honor of the late Cecil
Partee.

    Section 44.  The sum of $189,900, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Department  of  Public  Health  for  a  grant  to
Stephenson  County  for  all  costs  associated  with  health
service delivery.

    Section  45.   The  sum of $25,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to  the Office of the State Fire Marshal for a grant to
the Danville Fire Department for equipment expenses.

    Section 46.  The sum of $14,400, or so  much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund  to  the  Capital  Development  Board  for  a  grant  to
Charleston Township for all costs associated with meeting the
requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    Section 47.  The sum of $235,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary, is appropriated from the Road Fund to the
Department of Transportation for all  costs  associated  with
improvements  to  U.S.  30  in  the  Frankfort  Township Road
District.

    Section 48.  The sum of $1,000,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs for
a grant to the City of Chicago for all costs associated  with
the  planning,  development and construction of the Lou Rawls
Theater and Cultural Center.

    Section 49.  The sum of $250,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, for
a grant to the Belleville  Area  College  for  infrastructure
improvements,  studies,  modifications, including parking lot
expansion or improvements related to the Metrolink connection
at Belleville Area College.

    Section 50.  In addition to any other amounts, the sum of
$50,000,  or  so  much  thereof  as  may  be  necessary,   is
appropriated  from the General Revenue Fund to the Department
of Human Services for a grant to the Epilepsy Association  of
Rock Valley.

    Section  50a.   The sum of $30,000, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, is appropriated from  the  General  Revenue
Fund  to  the Department on Aging for a grant to Norwood Park
for senior citizen transportation.
    Section 51.  The sum of $200,000, or so much  thereof  as
may  be  necessary,  is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Illinois Department of Transportation for a grant
to the City of Carmi for sewer and water improvements and for
road construction.

    Section 51a.  The sum of $10,002,000, or so much  thereof
as  may  be necessary, is appropriated from the Common School
Fund to the State Board of Education  for  low-income  grants
pursuant  to subsection 5 (p-5) of Section 18-8 of the School
Code.

    Section 51b.  The sum of $12,000,000, or so much  thereof
as   may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the  School
Infrastructure Fund to the State Board of Education for  debt
service grants pursuant to the School Construction Law.

    Section  51c.  The sum of $30,000,000, or so much thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the   School
Infrastructure  Fund  to  the  Capital  Development Board for
school construction project grants  pursuant  to  the  School
Construction Law.

    Section  51d.  The following named amount is appropriated
from the General Revenue Fund to the Court of Claims  to  pay
claims  in conformity with awards and recommendations made by
the Court of Claims as follows:

No. 96-CC-4112, James Allen Newsome --
    Miscellaneous, claim for compensation
    for unjust imprisonment ....................     $140,350

    Section 51e.  The  amount  of  $38,000,000,  or  so  much
thereof   as   may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  to  the
Department  of  Commerce  and  Community  Affairs  from   the
Supplemental Low-Income Energy Assistance Fund for grants and
administrative  expenses pursuant to Section 13 of the Energy
Assistance Act of 1989,  as  amended,  including  prior  year
costs.

    Section  51f.  The  amount  of  $10,000,000,  or  so much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated   to   the
Department   of  Commerce  and  Community  Affairs  from  the
Renewable Energy Resources  Trust  Fund  for  grants,  loans,
investments  and  administrative  expenses  of  the Renewable
Energy Resources Program, including prior year costs.

    Section 51g.  The sum of $6,000,000, or so  much  thereof
as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund to the Department of Human Services to provide nutrition
services  to  non-citizens  who are 65 years of age or older,
under 18 years of age, or who  are  disabled,  and  who  were
present  in  the  United States prior to August 22, 1996, and
are not eligible for the federal Food Stamps program  due  to
their  non-citizen  status.   The  payment  levels  and other
eligibility conditions for such services shall be  determined
by rule.

    Section  51h.  The  sum of $4,000,000, or so much thereof
as may be necessary, is appropriated from the General Revenue
Fund  to  the  Department  of  Human  Services   to   provide
naturalization services to legal immigrants.

    Section  52.  The  following  named  amounts,  or so much
thereof as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department  of  Agriculture for the projects hereinafter
enumerated:
            ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS - DUQUOIN
For planning the renovation of the
  Round Houses ................................. $     40,000
          ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS - SPRINGFIELD
For replacing the HVAC system in the
  Administration Building ......................      929,000
    Total, Section 52                                $969,000

    Section 53.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department  of  Central  Management  Services  for   the
projects hereinafter enumerated:
               ELGIN REGIONAL OFFICE BUILDING
For replacing the utility system ...............    2,625,000
    Total, Section 53                              $2,625,000

    Section  54.  The  following  named  amounts,  or so much
thereof as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department  of  Corrections for the projects hereinafter
enumerated:
For planning, design, construction,
  equipment and other necessary costs
  for a Maximum Security Correctional
  Center, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated .................................   95,000,000
    Total, Section 54                             $95,000,000

    Section 55.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the Historic Preservation Agency for the projects hereinafter
enumerated:
             FORT DE CHARTRES - RANDOLPH COUNTY
For replacing Maintenance Building ............. $    264,000
                    VANDALIA STATE HOUSE
For rehabilitating HVAC and electrical
  systems and interior ........................       378,000
    Total, Section 55                                $642,000

  Section  56.  The  following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department of Human Services (formerly the Department of
Mental  Health  and  Developmental  Disabilities)   for   the
projects hereinafter enumerated:
                 ALTON MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
For constructing two building additions
  at the Forensic Complex ...................... $ 11,924,000
    Total, Section 56                             $11,924,000

    Section  57.  The  following  named  amount,  or  so much
thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the Capital
Development Fund to the Capital  Development  Board  for  the
Department  of  Military  Affairs for the project hereinafter
enumerated:
                      CARBONDALE ARMORY
For upgrading mechanical systems ............... $  1,440,000
    Total, Section 57                              $1,440,000

    Section 58.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department  of  Natural  Resources  for   the   projects
hereinafter enumerated:
         KANKAKEE RIVER STATE PARK - KANKAKEE COUNTY
For planning and constructing a
  sanitary sewer system ........................      200,000
                 DICKSON MOUNDS - LEWISTOWN
For renovating Canton Liverpool
  Toll Booth ...................................       73,000
        MERMET LAKE CONSERVATION AREA - MASSAC COUNTY
For rehabilitating the levee system ............      225,000
           RED HILLS STATE PARK - LAWRENCE COUNTY
For replacing the sewage treatment system,
  in addition to funds previously appropriated .      510,000
For rehabilitating the dam .....................       90,000
                SANGANOIS CONSERVATION AREA -
              CASS, MASON AND SCHUYLER COUNTIES
For rehabilitating the levee system ............      315,000
                          STATEWIDE
For replacing concession buildings and
  upgrading support facilities at the following
  locations at the approximate costs set
  forth below: .................................    2,895,000
   Kickapoo State Park ..................538,000
   Rock Cut State Park ..................525,000
   Stephen A. Forbes State Park .......1,832,000
                          STATEWIDE
  For constructing vault toilets at the
   following locations at the approximate
   costs set forth below: ......................    1,593,000
    Apple River Canyon State Park .......285,000
    Des Plaines Conservation Area .......240,000
    Kankakee River State Park ...........410,000
    Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Park ..........295,000
    Marshall County Conservation Area ....83,000
    Morrison-Rockwood State Park ........195,000
    Rice Lake Conservation Area ..........85,000
    Total, Section 58                              $5,901,000

    Section  59.  The  following  named  amounts,  or so much
thereof as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department  of  Revenue  for  the  projects  hereinafter
enumerated:
             WILLARD ICE BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD
For upgrading the uninterruptible power
  system, in addition to funds previously
  appropriated ................................. $  1,200,000
For replacing the halon fire suppression
  system .......................................      344,000
    Total, Section 59                              $1,544,000

    Section  60.  The  following  named  amounts,  or so much
thereof as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Department  of State Police for the projects hereinafter
enumerated:
                          STATEWIDE
For replacing radio communication
  towers and equipment buildings and
  installing emergency power
  generators at Andover, Eaton,
  Pecatonica, and Cypress ......................    1,150,000
    Total, Section 60                              $1,150,000

    Section 61.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the projects hereinafter enumerated:
            SUPREME COURT BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD
For planning the library upgrade ...............      127,000
    Total, Section 61.                               $127,000

    Section 62.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the projects hereinafter enumerated:
                          STATEWIDE
For surveys and modifications to
  buildings to meet requirements of the
  federal Americans with Disabilities Act ...... $  5,000,000
    Total, Section 62                              $5,000,000

    Section 63.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the projects hereinafter enumerated:
            STATE CAPITOL BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD
For upgrading the life/safety and
  security systems, in addition to
  funds previously appropriated ................ $  2,600,000
                CAPITOL COMPLEX - SPRINGFIELD
For installing fire/security alarm
  system .......................................    1,100,000
           STRATTON OFFICE BUILDING - SPRINGFIELD
For installing fire alarm system ...............      400,000
    Total, Section 63                              $4,100,000

    Section 64.  The following  named  amounts,  or  so  much
thereof  as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Illinois  Community  College  Board  for  the   projects
hereinafter enumerated:
          WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE - PALATINE
For constructing a Multi-purpose
  Instructional Center and renovating
  Building A Cafeteria ......................... $  6,823,200
            HEARTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE - NORMAL
For constructing buildings and making
  site improvements, including equipment .......   21,015,900
              SHAWNEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - ULLIN
For constructing additions, parking
  facilities, and renovating buildings,
  including equipment ..........................    7,403,200
    Total, Section 64                             $35,242,300

    Section  65.  The  following  named  amounts,  or so much
thereof as  may  be  necessary,  are  appropriated  from  the
Capital Development Fund to the Capital Development Board for
the  Board  of  Higher Education for the projects hereinafter
enumerated:
             CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO
For renovating buildings and upgrading
  mechanical systems ........................... $  3,300,000
          EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHARLESTON
For constructing an addition and
  renovating Booth Library .....................   16,764,500
         NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - CHICAGO
For renovating the auditorium in
  Building E ...................................    7,156,700
            NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - DEKALB
For renovating Altgeld Hall and
  purchasing equipment .........................   19,150,400
          UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
For constructing an Agricultural
  Library ......................................    9,500,000
    Total, Section 65                             $55,871,600

    Section 66.  The sum of $14,992,000, or so  much  thereof
as  may  be  necessary,  is  appropriated  from  the  Capital
Development  Fund  to  the  Capital Development Board for the
Board  of  Higher   Education   for   miscellaneous   capital
improvements including construction, capital facilities, cost
of planning, supplies, equipment, materials, services and all
other  expenses  required to complete the work at the various
universities set forth below.  This appropriation shall be in
addition to any  other  appropriated  amounts  which  can  be
expended for these purposes.
  For Chicago State University ..........301,400
  For Eastern Illinois University .......564,100
  For Governors State University ........181,600
  For Illinois State University .......1,150,600
  For Northeastern Illinois University ..423,700
  For Northern Illinois University ....1,287,700
  For Western Illinois University .......862,400
  For Southern Illinois University -
    Carbondale ........................1,991,500
  For Southern Illinois University -
    Edwardsville ........................751,500
  For University of Illinois -
    Chicago ...........................3,280,400
  For University of Illinois -
    Springfield .........................216,800
  For University of Illinois -
    Urbana-Champaign ..................3,980,300

    Section 67.  The sum of $5,008,000, or so much thereof as
may   be   necessary,   is   appropriated  from  the  Capital
Development Fund to the Capital  Development  Board  for  the
Illinois  Community  College Board  for miscellaneous capital
improvements    including    construction,    reconstruction,
remodeling, improvement, repair and installation  of  capital
facilities, cost of planning, supplies, equipment, materials,
services and all other expenses required to complete the work
at  the various community colleges.  This appropriation shall
be in addition to any other appropriated amounts which can be
expended for these purposes.

    Section 68.  This Act takes effect upon becoming law.

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