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12 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2010 AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF CAPITAL PROJECTS GENEPL OBLIGATION BONDSTO MAKE CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FOR SENIOR CITIZEN FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AND ACQUISI- TIONS, FOR LIBRARY ACQUISI- TIONS, FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND ACQUISITIONS AT INSTITU- TIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND STATE SPECIAL SCHOOLS; PROVIDING FOR ATAX LEVY FOR PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL OF, IN- TEREST ON AND CERTAIN COSTS RELATED TO THE BONDS; RE- QUIRING APPROVAL OF THE REGISTERED VOTERS ATTHE 2010 GENERAL ELECTION OF THE STATE; DECLARING AN EMER- GENCY. BE IT ENACTED BYTHE LEGISLA- TURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: Section 1• SHORTTITLE.--This act may be cited as the "2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act". Section 2. PURPOSE.--For the pur- pose of providing funds for capital expenditures as authorized in the 2010 Capital Projects General Obli- gation Bond Act, general obligation indebtedness of the state is autho- rized for the purposes and in the amounts set forth in Section 10 of that act• Section 3. BONDTERMS.-- A. The state board of finance, except as limited by the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act, shall determine the terms, covenants and conditions of bonds issued pursuant to that act, including but not limited to: (1) date or dates of issue, denomi- nations and maturities; (2) principal amounts; (3) rate or rates of interest; and (4) provisions for redemption, includ- ing premiums, registration and refundability, whether the bonds are issued in one or more series and other covenants relating to the bonds and the issuance thereof. B• The bonds shall be in such form as the state board of finance deter- mines with an appropriate series des- ignation and shall bear interest pay- able as set forth in the resolution of the state board of finance. C• Payment of the principal of the' bonds shall begin not more than two years after the date of their issuance, and the bonds shall mature not later than ten years after the date of their issuance• Both principal and interest shall be payable in lawful money of the United States at the office of the payj agent within or without.the state asCtF,.ate.lrd of finance may di- rect ....... D..The bondsshall be executed with the manual or facsimile signature of the governor or the state treasurer, and the seal or a facsimile of the seal of the state shall be placed on each bond, except for any series of bonds issued in book entry or similar form without the delivery of physical secu- rities. E• The bonds shall be issued in ac- cordance with the provisions of the 2010 Capital Projects General Obli- gation Bond Act, the Supplemental Public Securities Act and the Uniform Facsimile Signature of Public Officials Act and may be issued in accordance with the Public Securities Short-Term Interest Rate Act. F. The full faith and cre,dit of the state is pledged for the prompt payment when due of the principal of and inter- est on all bonds issued and sold pur- suant to the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act. Section 4• EXPENDITURES.--The proceeds from the sale of the bonds shall be expended solely for provid- ing money to be distributed for the purposes and in amounts not to ex- ceed the amounts set forth in Section 10 of the 2010 Capital Projects Gen- eral Obligation Bond Act and to pay expenses incurred under Section 6 of that act• Any proceeds from the sale of the bonds that are not required for the purposes set forth in Sections 6 and 10 of that act shall be used for the purpose of paying the principal of and interest on the bonds. Section 5. SALE--The bonds au- thorized under the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act shall be sold by the state board of finance at such time and in such man- ner and amounts aS the board may elect. The bonds may be sold at pri- vate sale or at public sale, in either case at not less than par plus ac- crued interest to the date of delivery• If sold at public sale, the state board of finance shall publish a notice of the time and place of sale in a newspa- per of general circulation in the state and may also publish the notice in a recognized financial journal outside the state. The required publications shall be made once each week for two consecutive weeks prior to the date fixed for the sale, the last publi- cation thereof to be at least five days prior to the date of the sale. The no- tice shall specify the amount, denomi- nation, maturity and description of the bonds to be offered for sale and the place, date and hour at which the sealed bids shall be received. At the time and place specified in the notice, the state board of finance shall open the bids in public and shall award the bonds to the bidder or bidders offer- ing the best price for the bonds. The state board of finance may reject any or all bids and readvertise and may waive any irregularity in a bid. All bids, except that of the state, shall be ac- companied by a deposit of two per- cent of the principal amount of the bonds in a form acceptable to the state board of finance. The deposit of an unsuccessful bidder shall be re- turned upon rejection of the bid. The state board of finance may also sell the bonds or any part of the bonds to the state treasurer or state invest- ment officer. The state treasurer or state investment fficer is authorized to purchase any of the bonds for in- vestment. The bonds are legal in- vestments for any person or board charged with the investment of any public funds and may be accepted as security for any deposit of public money• Section 6. EXPENSES.raThe ex- penses incurred by the state board of finance in or relating to the prepa- ration and sale of the bonds shall be paid out of the proceeds from the sate of the bonds, and all rebate, penalty, interest and other obligations of the state relating to the bonds and bond proceeds under the Intemal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, shall be paid from eamings on bond proceeds or other money of the state, legally available for such payments• Section 7. TAX LEVY•--To provide for the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds issued and sold pursuant to the provisions of the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act, there shall be and there is hereby imposed and levied during each year in which any of the bonds are outstanding an ad valorem tax on all property in the state subject to property taxation for state purposes sufficient to pay the interest as it be- comes due on the bonds, together with an amount sufficient to provide a sinking fund to pay the principal of the bonds as it becomes due and, if permitted by law, ad valorem taxes may be collected to pay administra- tive costs incident to the collection of such taxes. The taxes shall be im- posed, levied, assessed and col- lected at the times and in the manner that other property taxes for state purposes are imposed, levied, as- sessed and collected. It is the duty of all tax officials and authorities to cause these taxes to be imposed, levied, assessed and collected. Section 8. TREASURER--DU- TIES.--The state treasurer shall keep separate accounts of all money collected pursuant to the taxes im- posed and levied pursuant to the pro- visions of the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act and shall use this money only for the purposes of paying the principal of and interest on the bonds as they become due and any expenses relating thereto. Section 9; IRREPEALABLE CON- (7) fourteen thousand five hundred dollars ($14,500) to purchase and install meals equipment at Catron countywide senior centers in Catron county; (8) twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to purchase and equip ve- hicles for the Quemado senior cen- ter in Catron county; (9) one hundred fifty thousand dol- lars ($150,000) to plan, design, con- struct, equip and furnish the Hagerman senior center in Chaves county; (10) one hundred two thousand six hundred dollars ($102,600) to pur- chase and equip vehicles for the RoswelI-Hagerman senioncenters in Chaves county; (11) thirty-five thousand one hun- dred dollars ($35,100) to make im- provements for building code compli- ance, including purchase and instal- lation of equipment, to the Grants senior center in Cibola county; (12) one thousand dollars ($1,000) to purchase and install meals equip- ment at the Grants senior center in Cibola county; (13) seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500) to plan, design, reno- vate and equip theEagle Nest senior center in Colfax county; (14) twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Raton senior center in Colfax county; (15) five thousand two hundred dol- lars ($5,200) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Grady senior center in Curry county; (16) nine thousand two hundred dol- lars ($9,200) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Fort Sumner senior center in De Baca county; (17) one hundred seventy-eight thou- sand five hundred dollars ($178,500) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Munson senior center in Las Cruces in Dona Ana county; (18) seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Mesilla Park senior cen- ter in Las Cruces in Dona Ana county; (19) fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to purchase and equip vehicles for the Artesia senior center in Eddy county; (20) seventy-eight thousand three hundred dollars ($78,300) to pur- chase and equip vehicles for the Eddy countywide senior centers in Eddy county; (21) twelve thousand four hundred dollars ($12,400) to purchase and install meals equipment at Grant countywide senior centers in Grant TRACTAUTHORtTY FOR SSU-,  county; .................................  . ANCE.--An.owner of bonds issued (22) one hundred twenty thousand pursuant to the provisions of the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act may, either at law or in eq- uity, by suit, action or mandamus, enforce and compel the performance of the duties required by that act of any officer or entity mentioned in that act. The provisions of that act consti- tute an irrepealable contract with the owners of any of the bonds issued pursuant to that act for the faithful performance of which the full faith and credit of the state is pledged• Without reference to any other act of the leg- islature, the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act is full authority for the issuance and sale of the bonds authorized in that act, and such bonds shall have all the quali- ties of investment securities under the Uniform Commercial Code, shall not be invalid for any irregularity or de- fect in the proceedings for the issu- ance and sale of the bonds and shall be incontestable in the hands of bona fide purchasers or holders thereof for value. All bonds issued under the pro visions of that act, and the interest thereon, are exempt from taxation by the state and any subdivision or pub- lic body thereof• Section 10. PROJECTS•The pro- ceeds from the sale of bond's issued under the provisions of the 2010 Capi- tal Projects General Obligation Bond Act shall be distributed as follows for the purposes and in the amounts specified: A. for senior citizen facility improve- ments, construction and equipment acquisition projects, to the aging and Iongterm services department: (1) three hundred seventy thousand dollars ($370,000) to plan,, design, renovate and equip the Bear Canyon senior center in Albuquerque in Bemalillo county; (2) five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and fumish the Highland senior center in Albuquerque in Bernalillo county; (3) five hundred thirty-four thousand dollars ($534,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and tumish the North Valley senior center in Albuquerque in Bemalillo county; (4) one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Rio Bravo meal site in Bemalillo county; (5) fourteen thousand dollars ($14,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Pueblo of Isleta senior dollars ($120,000) to purchase and equip vehicles for the Grant countywide senior centers in Grant county; (23) ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Santa Clara senior center in Grant county; (24) fifty-one thousand dollars ($51,000) to plan, design, renovate and equip La Loma senior center in Guadalupe county; (25) one thousand one hundred dol- lars ($1,100) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Eunice se- nior center in Lea county; (26) one thousand dollars ($1,000) to purchase and install meals equip- ment at the Hobbs senior center in Lea county; (27) ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to purchase and install meals equip- ment at the Jal senior center in Lea county; (28) fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and furnish the Carrizozo senior center in Lincoln county; (29) four thousand five hundred dol- lars ($4,500) to make improvements for building code compliance, includ- ing purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Hondo Valley senior cen- ter in Lincoln county; ,(30) eighteenthousend five hundred dollars ($18,500) to purchase and install meals equipment at Lincoln countywide senior centers in Lincoln county; (31) thirteen thousand five hundred dollars ($13,500) to plan, design, reno- vate and equip the Ruidoso senior center in Lincoln county; (32) eighty-nine thousand dollars ($89,000) to purchase and equip ve- hicles for the Los Alamos senior cen- ter in Los Alamos county; (33) six thousand five hundred dol- lars ($6,500) to make improvements for building code compliance, includ- ing purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Baca chapter senior cen- ter on the Navajo Nation in McKinley county; (34) eighteen thousand five hundred dollars ($18,500) to purchase and install equipment at the Gallup citywide senior centers in McKinley county; (35) twenty-six thousand dollars ($26,000) to purchase and install meals equipment at Gallup citywide senior centers in McKinley county; (36) sixty-three thousand dollars ($63,000) to purchase and equip ve- • hicles for the Gallup citywide senior centers in McKinley county; centerin Bemalillocounty; (37) sixty-five thousand dollars (6) one million dollars ($1,000,000) ($65,000) to make improvements for to plan, design, construct, equip and building code compliance, including furnish the Tijeras senior center in purchase and installation of equip- Bemalilio county; ment, to the Ford Canyon senior cen- ter in Gallup in McKinley county; (38) thirty-six thousand dollars -($36,000) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Nahodishgish chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in McKinley county; (39) forty thousand dollars ($40,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Pinedal e chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in McKinley county; (40) eighty thousand dollars ($80,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Tohatchi chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in McKinley county; (41) three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and furnish the Whitehorse Lake chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in McKinley county; (42) one hundred eighty-five thou- sand seven hundred dollars ($185,700) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- • ment, to the Pueblo of Zuni senior center in McKinley county; (43) seventeen thousand five hun- dred dollars ($17,500) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Mora and Wagon Mound senior cen- ters in Mora county; (44) forty-two thousand dollars ($4;,000) to purchase and equip ve- hicles for the Mescalero Apache se- nior center in Otero county; (45) seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7 500) to purchase and in- stall equipment at the Tucumcari se- nior center in Quay county; (46) twenty-two thousand five hun- dred dollars ($22,500) to plan, design, renovate and equip the Tucumcari senior center in Quay county; (47) five thousand three hundred dollars ($5,300) to purchase and in- stall meals equipment at the Tucumcari and House senior centers in Quay county; (48) fifty-four thousand siXhundred dollars ($54,600) to make improve- ments for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Chama senior cen- ter in Rio Arriba county; (49) ten thousand two hundred dol- lars ($10,200) to purchase and in- stall meals equipment at the Chama senior center in Rio Arriba county; (50) nine thousand dollars ($9,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Espanola senior center in Rio Arriba county; (51) twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Espanola senior center in Rio Arriba county; (52) twenty-eight thousand doIlars.r ($28,000) to purchase and equip ve- hiclis for the Jicarilla Apache Nation senior center in Rio Arriba county; (53) twenty-five thousand dollars . ($25,000) to make improvements for building code ompliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Jicarilla Apache Nation senior center in Rio Arriba county; (54) one hundred twenty-eight thou- sand dollars ($128,000) to plan, de- sign, construct, equip and furnish the Ohkay Owingeh senior center in Rio Arriba county; (55) one hundred thirty-four thou- sand dollars ($134,000) to purchase and equip vehicles for the Rio Arriba countywide senior centers in Rio Arribacounty; (56) sixty-seven thousand five hun- dred dollars ($67,500) to make im- provements for building code compli- ance, including purchase and instal- lation of equipment, to the Aztec se- nior center in San Juan county; (57) fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to plan, design, renovate and equip the Crystal chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in San Juan county; (58) ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Huerfano chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in San Juan county; (59) one thousand six hundred dol- lars ($1,600) to make improvements for building code compliance, includ- ing purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Lake Valley chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in San Juan county; (60) seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Shiprock chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in San Juan county; (61) fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Tse'Daa'Kaan. chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in San Juan county; (62) ten thousand five hundred dol- lars ($10,500) to plan, design, reno- vate and equip the Corrales senior center in Sandoval county; (63) twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($27,500) to make improvements for building code com- pliance, including purchase and in- stallation of equipment, to the Cuba senior center in Sandoval county; (64) ten thousand five hundred dol- lars ($10;500) to plan, design, reno- vate and equip the Placitas senior center in Sandoval county; (65) three hundred thousand dollars • ($300,000) to plan, design, construct; equip and furnish the Rio Rancho senior center in Sandoval county; (66) eleven thousand dollars ($11,000) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Pueblo of San Felipe senior center in Sandoval county; (67) one hundr:ed seventy-seven thousand dollars ($177,000) to make improvements for building code com- pliance, including purchase and in- stallation of equipment, to the Pueblo of Sandia senior center in Sandoval county; (68) three thousand dollars ($3,000) to purchase and install meals equip- ment at the Pueblo of Sandia senior center in Sandoval county; (69) forty-two thousand dollars ($42,000) to purchase and equip ve- hicles for the Sandoval countywide senior centers in Sandoval county; (70) five thousand dollars ($5,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Pueblo of Santo Domingo senior cen- ter in Sandoval county; (71) seven thousand three hundred dollars ($7,300) to purchase and in- stall equipment at the Pueblo of Zia senior center in Sandoval county; (72) two hundred seventy thousand dollars ($270,000) to make improve- ments for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Pueblo of Zia se- nior center in Sandoval county; (73) three thousand dollars ($3,000) to purchase and install meals equip- ment at the Pueblo of Zia senior cen- ter in Sandoval county; (74) sixty-five thousand dollars ($65,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Pueblo of Nambe senior center in Santa Fe county; (75) five thousand dollars ($5,000) to purchase and install meals equip- merit at the Pueblo of Pojoaque se- nior center in Santa Fe county; (76) five thousand dollars ($5,000) to make improvements for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Pueblo of Pojoaque senior center in Santa Fe county; (77) forty-two thousand dollars ($42,000) to purchase and equip ve- hicles for the Pueblo of San Ildefonso senior center in Santa Fe county; (78) four thousand two hundred dol- lars ($4,200) to make improvements for building code compliance, includ- ing purchase and installation of equip- ment, to the Pueblo of San Ildefonso senior center in Santa Fe county; (79) two thousand five hundred dol- lars ($2,500) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Pueblo of San IIdefonso senior center in Santa Fe county; , .... . .... (80 ,eventthre e4housand:dolla  ($73,000) to plan, design, renovate and equip the Mary Esther Gonzales senior center in Santa Fe in Santa Fe county; (81) one hundred twenty-six thou- sand dollars ($126,000) to purchase and equip vehicles for the Sierra joint office of aging in Sierra county; (82) ten thousand three hundred dollars ($10,300) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Truth or Consequences senior center in Sierra county; (83) two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and furnish the Alamo chapter senior center on the Navajo Nation in Socorro county; (84) thirty-seven thousand five hun- dred dollars ($37,500) to make im- provements for building code compli- ance, including purchase and instal- lation of equipment, to the Socorro senior center in Socorro county; (85) twenty-six thousand dollars ($26,000) to purchase and install meals equipment at the Socorro se- nior center in Socorro county; (86) two thousand dollars ($2,000) to purchase and install equipment at the Pueblo of Picuris senior center in Taos county; (87) fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) to purchase and equip ve- hicles for the Pueblo of Picuris senior center in Taos county; (88) five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and furnish the Pueblo of Taos senior center in Taos county; (89) twenty-five thousand three hun- dred dollars ($25,300) to purchase and ilstall meals equipment at the Pueblo of Taos senior center in Taos county; (90) one hundred eighty thousand dollars ($180,000) to make improve- ments for building code compliance, including purchase" and installation of equipment, to the Clayton senior cen- ter in Union county; (91) seven thousand dollars ($7,000) to purchase and install meals equip- ment at the Clayton senior center in Union county; (92) sixteen thousand one hundred dollars ($16,100) to make improve- ments for building code compliance, including purchase and installation of equipment, to the Des Moines senior center in Union county; and (93) three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) to plan, design, construct, . equip and furnish the Belen senior center in Valencia county; B. for library acquisitions and capital improvements at public libraries, pub- lic school libraries, academic librar- ies and tribal libraries statewide: (1) to the cultural affairs department: (a) two million dollars ($2,000,000) to acquire library books, equipment and library resources for public librar- ies statewide; and (b) one million dollars ($1,000,000) for supplemental library resource acquisitions, including books and equipment and planning, designing and constructing capital improve- ments, at library facilities for tribal li- braries statewide; (2) to the higher education depart- ment, two million dollars ($2,000,000) to acquire library books, equipment and library resources for academic libraries statewide; and (3) to the public education depart- ment, two million dollars ($2,000,000) to acquire library books, equipment and library resources for public school libraries statewide; C. for public school facility improve- ments acquisitions, bus acquisitions and books and instructional materi- als acquisitions, to the public educa- tion department: (1) two million dollars ($2,000,000) for renovation and construction of pre-kindergarten classrooms and fa- cilities at public schools statewide; (2) two million dollars ($2,000,000) to purchase school books and in- structional materials statewide; (3) five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) to purchase school buses statewide; and (4) five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for student count equip- ment in school buses statewide; and D. for capital improvements at insti- tutions of higher education and spe- cial schools statewide: (1) to the board of regents of eastern New Mexico university: (a) four million dollars ($4,000,000) to construct and improve the physi- cal plant complex, including purchas- ing and installing a modular building, at the Roswell branch campus of east- em New Mexico university in Chaves county; (b) five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) for renovations and infra- structure improvements, including improvements for energy efficiency and campus safety, at the Ruidoso branch campus of eastern New Mexico university in Lincoln county; and (c) seven million dollars ($7,000,000) for renovations and infrastructure improvements, including the razing of closed facilities, at eastern New Mexico university in Portales in Roosevelt county; (2) to the higher education depart- ment: (a) sixteen million dollars ($16,000,000) to renovate Jeanette Stromberg hall at central New Mexico community college in Albuquerque in Bemalillo county; (b) one million dollars ($1,000,000) to renovate the former allied health facilities for use as computer labs and classrOoms at Clovis community col- lege in CloVis, in-Curry count; .. 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(c) two million dollars ($2,000,000) to plan, design nd construct a facil- ity for the renewable energy program and to purchase and install equipment for the school of trades and technol- ogy at San Juan college in San Juan county; (d) five million dollars ($5,000,000) to renovate the vocational education complex at Luna community college in Las Vegas in San Miguel county; and (e) one million dollars ($1,000,000) for infrastructure improvements at Santa Fe community college in Santa Fe county; (3) to the board of regents of New Mexico highlands university, seven million one hundred thousand dollars ($7,100,000) to plan, design, reno- vate, construct, improve the site, fur- nish and equip the historic Trolley building at New Mexiqo highlands university in Las Vegas in San Miguel county; (4) to the board of regents of the New Mexico military institute, five mil- lion dollars ($5,000,000) for renova- tions, including improvements related to code compliance, at Lusk hall at New Mexico military institute in Roswell in Chaves county; (5) to the board of regents of New Mexico institute of mining and tech- nology, • twelve million dollars ($12,000,000) to plan, design, con- struct, equip and furnish phase 1 of the geology facility at. New Mexico institute of mining and technology in Socorro in Socorro county; (6) to the board of regents of New Mexico state university: (a) one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000) for in- frastructure renovation and improve- ments, including roof. repairs, safety, classrooms, labs, heating and drain- age, at the Grants branch campus of New Mexico state university in Cibola county; (b) eighteen million dollars ($I 8,000,000) to plan, design, con- struct, conduct necessary demolition, renovate, furnish, expand and equip the Hershel Zohn theater and Branson library to house the institute for public policy at New Mexico state university in Las Cruces in Dona Ana county; (c) five million six hundred fiftythou- sand dollars ($5,650,000) to plan, . design, construct, equip and furnish an addition to the Gadsden center at the Dona Ana community college branch of New Mexico state univer- sity in Dona Ana county; (d) one million two hundredfiftythou- sand dollars ($1,250,000) for infra- structure renovation, including im- provements to the heating, ventila- tion and air conditioning systems, classrooms, energy management systems, hot water systems and transportation and parking, at the