Bill: HB 1289 — 2017
Concerning plaques for certain state-funded capital budget projects (Riccelli, DeBolt, Tharinger)
Directs the state arts commission to provide a plaque that must be affixed to buildings or displayed as part of a project receiving a capital budget appropriation of more than ninety-nine thousand dollars. Directs the department of commerce to require the inclusion of a plaque for capital budget projects that receive more than ninety-nine thousand dollars. Directs the state historical society to require the inclusion of a plaque for projects that receive more than ninety-nine thousand dollars.
SUBSTITUTE COMPARED TO ORIGINAL:
The requirement that the Arts Commission provide a plaque for inclusion on certain capital budget funded projects is removed. The Commerce and the Historical Society are to require a 5-3/4 inches square plaque be affixed or displayed for projects that receive more than $99,000 through the HCPF, BFA, BCF, YRF, and local and community projects.
EFFECT OF STRIKER AMENDMENT:
Directs the Department of Commerce and the Washington State Historical Society to require the inclusion of the plaque on certain projects funded through the capital budget. Specifies that the plaques must state "This project has been made possible with funding from the people of Washington State."
Hearing Date: Friday, February 03, 2017 -- 8:00 am
WA State Legislature Link:
http://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=1289&Year=2017 (opens a new browser tab)
|Capital Planning & Develop||Passed out of house of origin||2017-02-03|