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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER29, 2010 13 Carlsbad branch campus of New Mexico state university in Eddy county; and (e) one million, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000) for in- frastructure renovation, including im- provements to energy management and lighting systems and restroom upgrades to comply with the Ameri- cans with Disabilities Act of 1990, at the Alamogordo branch campus of New Mexico state university in Otero county; (7) to the board of regents of north- ern New Mexico state school, five million dollars ($5,000,000) to con- struct and equip the Serpa program building for a solar engineering and research park and academy at north- ern New Mexico state school in Espanola in Rio Arriba county; (8) to the board of regents of the New Mexico school for the blind and visually impaired, three million five hundred thousand dollars ($3,500,000) for renovating Watkins education center and to coordinate with the public school facilities author- ity for other infrastructure improve- ments to address critical deficiencies and to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 at the New Mexico school for the blind and visu- ally impaired in Alamogordo inOtero county; (9) to the board of regents of the New Mexico school for the deaf, three million dollars ($3,000,000) to coordi- nate with the public school facilities authority for improvements, including fire suppression and improvements to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and other renovations to address critical defi- ciencies at the New Mexico school for the deaf in Santa Fe in Santa Fe county; (10) to the board of regents of the university of New Mexico: (a) three million eight hundred thou- sand dollars ($3,800,000) to demol- ish, renovate, expand, construct, equip and furnish the biology building at the university of New Mexico in Albuquerque in Bemalillo county; (b) twelve million dollars ($12,000,000) to demolish the old fao cility and construct the outpatient ser- vices building at the Carrie Tingley hospital at the university of New Mexico's health sciences center in Albuquerque in Bernalillo county; (c) ten million dollars ($10,000,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and furnish Reibsomer hall, the chemis- try building, atthe university of New Mexico in Albuquerque in Bernalillo county; (d) four million dollars ($4,000,000) to plan, design, construct and equip a collaborative teaching and learning building, including demolition of the old facility, for the college of education at the university of New MexJco in Albu- qderque Ernatill.aolr,&'yL, i.3 n , (e) ten million dollars ($t0,000,000) to plan, design, construct, renovate,.- equip and furnish the health science education interdisciplinary building at the university of New Mexico in Albu- querque in Bernalillo county; (f) seven hundred fifty thousand dol- lars ($750,000) to renovate and equip labs, classrooms and storage space at the science labs at the Los Alamos branch campus of'the university of New Mexico in Los Alamos county; (g) one million four hundred thou- sand dollars ($1,400,000) to con- struct and make improvements to the Zoliinger library, including completing the lower level shell space, at the Gallup branch campus of the univer- sity of New Mexico in McKinley county; and (h) two million dollars ($2,000,000) to plan, design, construct, equip and furnish phase I of the research cen- ter and learning library at the Taos branch campus of the university of New Mexico in Taos county; (11) to the board of regents of west- ern New Mexico university, five mil- lion five hundred thousand dollars ($5,500,000) for infrastructure reno- vations and improvements, including renovating the McCray arts building, at western New Mexico university in Silver City in Grant county; and (12) to the Indian affairs department: (a) one million dollars ($1,000,000) for improvements and security en- ' hancements at southwestern Indian polytechnic institute in Albuquerque in Bemalillo county; (b) two million dollars ($2,000,000) to plan, design and construct a re- gional wellness center for the Santa Fe Indian school in Santa Fe in Santa Fe county; (c) seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($750,000) to plan, design and construct the science technology and sculpture foundry buildings at the in- stitute of American Indian arts in Santa Fe county; and (d) one million five hundred thousand dollars ($1,500,000) to plan, design, construct and improve general class- room facilities at Navajo technical college in Crownpoint in McKinley county. Section 11. ELECTION.-- A. Bonds issued pursuant to the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act shall be submitted to the registered voters of the state at the general election to be held in Novem- ber 2010, and, if they receive a ma- jority of all the votes cast thereon at such election, shall take effect upon certification of the state canvassing board announcing the results of such election. No bonds shall be issued or sold under that act until the registered voters of this state have voted upon and approved the bonds and prop- erty tax as provided in this section. Any bonds issued under that act shall be issued within thirty months from the date of such election. B. The ballots used at the 2010 gen- eral election shall contain substan- tially the following language: (1) "The 2010 Capital Projects Gen- eral Obligation Bond Act authodzes the issuance and sale of senior citi- zen facility improvement, construc- tion and equipment acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed seven million seven hundred ninety thousand three hun- dred twenty dollars ($7,790,320) to make capital expenditures for certain senior citizen facility improvements, construction and equipment acquisi- tion projects and provide for a gen- eral property tax imposition and levy for the payment of principal of, inter- est on and expenses incurred in con- nection with the issuance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as per- mitted by law? For Against ". (2) 'q'he 2010 Capital Projects Gen- eral Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of library ac- quisition and construction bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed seven million eighty- two thousand one hundred ten dol- lars ($7,082,110) to make capital ex- penditures for academic, public school, tribal and public library acqui- sitions and provide for a general prop- erty tax imposition and levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses incurred in connection with the issuance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as permitted by law? For Against "' (3) "The 2010 Capital Projects Gen- eral Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of public school facility improvement and public school books and instructional materials ac- quisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed five million one hundred thousand dollars ($5,100,000) to make capital expenditures for pre-kindergarten classrooms and facilities at public schools and for public school books and instructional materials and pro- vide for a general property tax impo- sition and levy for the payment of prin- cipal of, interest on and expenses in- curred in connection with the issu- ance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as permitted by Jaw? For_ Against "; and (4) "The 2010 Capital Projects Gen- eral Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of higher edu- improvement and acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed one hundred fifty-five million five hundred sixty-seven thou- sand eight hundred twenty-four dol- lars ($155,567,824) to make capital expenditures for certain higher edu- cational and special schools capital improvements and acquisitions and provide fora general property tax im- position and levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses incurred in connection with the issu- ance of the bonds and the collection of the tax as p.ermitted by law? For Against ". C. Each question set forth in this sec- tion includes a specific work or ob- ject to be financed by the bonds. If any such question is not approved by a majority vote of the electorate at the state's 2010 general election, the issuance of bonds for the work or object specified by the question shall be excluded from and shall not be part of the 2010 Capital Projects Gen- eral Obligation Bond Act. The failure of a question to be approved by the electorate at the 2010 general elec- tion shall not affect those questions thatare approved at the election. D. The secretary of state shall in- clude the submission of the capital projects general obligation bonds to the people atthe 2010 general elec- tion, and it shall be included in the general election proclamation of each of the county clerks. The secretary of state shall cause the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond ACt to be published in full in at least one newspaper in each county of. the sate if one be published therein, once each week, for four successive weeks next preceding the general election as required by the constitution of New Mexico. Section 12. ART IN PUBLIC PLACES.--Pursuant to Section 13-4A-4 NMSA 1978 and where ap- plicable, the appropriations autho- rized in the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond ACt include money for the art in public places fund. Section 13. PROJECT SCOPE-- EXPENDITURESREVERSION.-- A. If an appropriation for a project authorized in the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act is not sufficient to complete all the purposes specified, the appropriation may be expended for any portion of the pur- poses specified in the appropriation. Expenditures shall not be made for purposes other than those specified in the appropriation. B. The state agencies and state insti- tutions to which money has been ap- propriated in the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act shall be responsible for monitoring the projects funded in that act to ensure compli- ance with the constitution and laws of New Mexico and shall cause to be reverted any unexpended or unen- cumbered balance remaining at the earlier of the third full fiscal year after issuance of the bonds or the termi- nation or completion of the specific project. Reverted funds shall be de- posited in the debt service fund es- tablished by the state treasurer for the purpose of paying the principal of and interest on the state's general ob- ligation bonds. Section 14. SEVERABILITY.--If any part or application of the 2010 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act is heid invalid, the remainder or its application to other situations or per- sons shall not be affected. Section 15. EMERGENCY--It is nec- essary for the public_peace, health and safety that this act take effect immediately. A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING TO AMEND ARTICLE 10, SECTION 2 OF THE CONSTI- TUTION OF NEW MEXICO TO AL- LOW COUNTY OFFICIALS TO SERVE THREE CONSECUTIVE TERMS INSTEAD OF TWO. BE IT RESOLVED BYTHE LEGIS- LATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: Section 1. It is proposed to amend Article 10, Section 2 of the constitu- tion of New Mexico to read: "A. In every county all elected offi- cials shall serve four year terms, sub- ject to the provisions of Subsection B of this section. B. In those counties that pdorto 1992 have not had fouryear terms for elected officials, the assessor, sher- iff and probate judge shall be elected to fouryear terms and the treasurer and clerk shall be elected to twoyear terms in the first election following the adoption of this amendment. In sub- sequent elections, the treasurer and clerk shall be elected to fouryear terms. C. To provide for staggered county commission terms, in counties with three county commissioners, the terms of no more than two commis- sioners shall expire in the same year; and in counties with five county com- missioners, the terms of no more than three commissioners shall expire in the same year. D. All county officers, after having served three consecutive fouryear terms, shall be ineligible to hold any county office for two years thereaf- ter." Section 2. The amendment proposed by this resolution shall be submitted to the people for their approval or re- jection at the next general election or at any special election prior to that date that may be called for that pur-. A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 7, SECTION 1 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF NEW MEXICO TO MODERNIZE LANGUAGE ON QUALIFIED ELECTORS BY RE- MOVING LANGUAGE DENIGRAT- ING PERSONS WITH DEVELOP- MENTAL DISABILITIES, ADOPTING FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS TO VOTE, DEFINING MENTAL INCA- PACITY FOR VOTING PURPOSES AND RESTRICTING FELONS FROM VOTING EXCEPT AS RE- STORED BY STATUTE. BE IT RESOLVED BYTHE LEGIS- LATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: Section 1. It is proposed to amend Article 7, Section I of the constitution of New Mexico to read: "Every person who is a qualified elec- tor pursuant to the constitution and laws of the United States and a citi- zen thereof shall be qualified to vote in all elections in New Mexico, sub- ject to residency and registration re- quirements provided by law, except as restricted by statute either by rea- son of cdminal conviction for a felony or by reason of mental incapacity, be- ing limited only to those persons who are unable to mark their ballot and who are concurrently also unable to communicate their voting preference. The legislature may enact laws pro- viding for absentee voting by quali- fied electors. All school elections shall be held at different times from other elections. The legislature shall have the power to require the registration of the quali- fied electors as a requisite for voting and shall regulate the manner, time and places of voting. The legislature shall enact such laws as will secure the secrecy of the ballot and the pu- rity of elections and guard against the abuse of elective franchise. Not more than two members of the board of registration and not more than two judges of election shall belong to the same political party at the time of their appointment" Section 2. The amendment proposed by this resolution shall be submitted to the people for theirapproval or re- jection at the next general election or at any special election prior to that date that may be called for that pur- pose. A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENTTO ARTICLE 4, SECTION 28 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF NEW MEXICO TO ALLOwTHE APPOINTMENT OF CERTAIN FORMER MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE TO CIVIL OF- FICES IN THE STATE IN A LIMITED SITUATION. BE IT RESOLVED BYTHE LEGIS- LATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: Section 1. It is proposed to amend Article 4, Section 28 of the constitu- tion of New Mexico to read: "A. Except as provided in Subsec- tion B of this section, a member of the legislature shall not, during the term for which the member was elected, be appointed to any civil office in the state, nor shall the member within one year thereafter be appointed to any civil office created, or the emoluments of which were increased during such term. B. A member of the legislature may be appointed to a civil office during the term of the legislature for which the member was elected if: (1) the member resigns from the leg- islature prior to the appointment; and 2) during that term, prior to the member's resignation, the civil office to which the appointment is to be made was not created or the emoluments of which were not increased. C. A member of the legislature shall not, during the term for which the member was elected, nor within one year thereafter, be interested directly or indirectly in any contract with the state or any municipality thereof, which was authorized by any law passed during such term." Section 2. The amendment proposed by this resolution shall be submitted to the people for their approval or re- jection at the next general election or at any special election prior to that date that may be called for that pur- pose. A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENTTO ARTICI.E 9, SECTION 14 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF NEW MEXICO TO PERMITTHE ESTABLISHMENT OF.A COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR NEW MEXICO MILITARY WAR VETERANS. BE IT RESOLVED BY T, HE LEGIS- LATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: Section 1. It is proposed to amend Article 9, Section 14 of the constitu- tion of New Mexico to read: "Neither the state nor any county, school district or municipality, except as otherwise provided in this consti-' tution, shall directly or indirectly lend or pledge its credit or make any do- nation to or in aid of any person, as- sociation or public or private corpo- ration or in aid of any private enter- prise for the construction of any rail- road except as provided in Subsec- tions A through G of this section. A. Nothing in this section prohibits. the state or any county or municipal- ity from making provision for the care and maintenance of sick and indigent persons. B. Nothing in this section prohibits the state from establishing a veter- ans' scholarship program forVietnam conf|jct >vete!'anwho are post-sec- ondary students at educational i#-,:-, tutlons under the excluslvecootrol of the state by exempting such veter- ans from the payment of tuition. For the purposes of. this subsection, a "Vietnam conflict veteran" is any per- son who has been honorably dis- charged from the armed forces of the United States, who was a resident of New Mexico at the original time of entry into the armed forces from New Mexico or who has lived in New Mexico for ten years or more and who has been awarded a Vietnam cam- paign medal for service in the armed forces of this country in Vietnam dur- ing the period from August 5, 1964 to the official termination date of the Viet- nam conflict as designated by execu- tive order of the president of the United States. C. The state may establish by law a program of loans to students of the healing arts, as defined by law, for residents of the state who, in return for the payment of educational ex- penses, contract with the state to practice their profession for a period of years after graduation within ar- eas of the state designated by law. D. Nothing in this section prohibits the state or a county or municipality from creating new job oppOrtunities by providing land, buildings or infra- structure for facilities to support new or expanding businesses if this as- sistance is granted pursuant to gen- . eral implementing legislation that is approved by a majority vote of those elected to each house of the legisla- ture. The implementing legislation shall include adequate safeguards to protect public money or other re- sources used for the purposes au- thorized in this subsection. The imple- menting legislation shall further pro- vide that: (1) each specific county or munici- pal project providing assistance pur- suant to this subsection need not be approved by the legislature but shall be approved by the county or mu- nicipality pursuant to procedures pro- vided in the implementing legislation; and (2) each specific state project pro- viding assistance pursuant to this subsection shall be approved by law. E. Nothing in this section prohibits the state, or the instrumentality of the state designated by the legislature as the state's housing authority, or a county or a municipality from: (1) donating or otherwise providing or paying a portion of the costs of land for the construction on it of af- fordable housing; (2) donating or otherwise providing or paying a portion of the costs of constrbctfon or renovatiorl, of afford- able housing or the costs of conver- sion or renovation of buildings into affordable housing; or (3) providing or paying the costs of financing or infrastructure necessary to support affordable housing projects. F. The provisions of Subsection E of this section are not self-executing. Before the described assistance may be provided, enabling legislation shall be enacted by a majority vote of the members elected to each house of the legislature. This enabling legisla- tion shall: (1) define "affordable housing"; (2) establish eligibilitycdteda for the recipients of land, buildings and infra- structure; (3) contain provisions to ensure the successful completion of affordable housing projects supported by assis- tance authorized pursuant to Sub- section E of this section; (4) require a county or municipality providing assistance pursuant to Subsection E of this section to give prior formal approval by ordinance for a specific affordable housing assis- tance grant and include in the ordi- nance the conditions of the grant; (5) require prior approval by law of an affordable housing assistance grant by the state; and (6) require the governing body of the instrumentality of the state, desig- nated by the legislature as the state's housing authority, to give prior ap- proval, by resolution, for affordable housing grants that are to be given by the instrumentality. G. Nothing in this section prohibits the state from establishing a veter- ans' scholarship program, for military war veterans who are post-second- ary students at educational institu- tions under the exclusive control of the state and who have exhausted all educational benefits offered by the United States department of defense or the United States department of veterans affairs, by exempting such veterans from the payment of tuition. For the purposes of this subsection, a "military war veteran" is any per- son who has been honorably dis- charged from the armed forces of the United States, who was a resident of New Mexico at the origl'nal time of entry into the armed forces or who has lived in New Mexico for ten years or more and who has been awarded a southwest Asia service medal, glo- bal war on terror service medal, Iraq campaign medal,Afghanistan cam- paign medal or any other medal is- sued for service in the armed forces of this country in support of any United States military campaign or armed conflict as defined by congress or by presidential executive order or any other campaign medal issued for service after August 1, 1990 in the armed forces of the United States during periods of armed conflict as defined by congress or by executive order." personas enfermas o indigentes. :: , B. Nada en esta seccibn ) prohabe al Estado establezca .Un programa de becas para veteranos del conflicto con Vietnam quienes . sean estudiantes pos secundarlos en , instituciones, educacionales bajo el , control exclusivo del Estado eximiendo a dichos veteranos del , pago de la matricula o cuota de , enseOanza. Para el pr0posito de esta subsecci0n, "un veterano del conflicto - de Vietnam" es cualquiera persona , que fue honorablemente descargada , en las fuerzas armadas de los , Estados Unidos, quien era residente - de Nuevo Mexico cuando , originalmente se unib a fuerzas ar- ; madas de Nuevo Mexico o que ha , vivido en Nuevo Mexico por diez aOos o ms y quien le han comendado , una medalla de la campa5a en Viet- . nam durante el periodo desde el por , haber servido en las fuerzas arma- , das de este pals 5 de agosto dei 1964 hasta la fecha de terminaciOn , oficial del conflicto de Vietnam segn , fue designado por la orden ejecutiva - del Presidente de los Estados Unidos. C. El estado podr establecer , por ley un programa de prestamos a , estudiantes de artes curativas, segn , Io define por la ley, para residentes del estado quienes, quien a cambio '1 para pagar los gastos educacionales que contraen, con el estado para ejercer su profesiOn durante un , periodo de aOos despues de su graduacion dentro de areas del estado designadas por ley. D. Nada en esta secciOn prohibe que el Estado o un condade o Municipalidad que establezcan nuevas oportunidades de empleo proveyendo tierra, edificios o " infraestructuras para instalaciones ; para ayudar a negocios nuevos o negocios siesta ayuda esta creciendo por legislacion que es , aprobada por un voto mayoritado de personas elegidos a carla cu'nara de , la legislatura. La legislaci0n aprobada , debe incluir una proteccibn adecuada para proteger el dinero pblico u otros ; recursos usados para los propositos . autorizados en esta subsecciOn. La legislaciOn que implementa debe , despus disponer que: (1) cada proyecto especifico , del estado o de municipalidad que dispone ayuda conforme dispone : esta subsecciOn no tiene que set , aprobada por la legislatura slno debe , ser aprobada por el condado o , municipalidad conforme dispone los procedimientos dispuestos en la implementivo legislaciOn; y (2) cada proyecto especifico del estado que dispone ayuda ; conforme dispone esta subsecciOn ! deber, ser aprobada por ley. E. Nada que se dispone en , Section 2. The amendment proposed., esta secci6n prohibe que el estado, ; by-tlLl'lul tiqn hllp.sbrliltmfi  o JSttZHf1j.,ali.a$1lso,, to the people for theist.approval or re-.., des gnada por a legis atura como I.= jection at the next geoeral election: or. autoridad .de vivienda del ostacloi 0.:.] at any special election prior to that condado o municipalidad de: date that may be called for that pur- (1) donar o de otra manera pose. provea o pague una porci0n de los ; A JOINT RESOLUTION costos de la construcciOn en la : PROPOSING AN AMENDMENTTO misma o casa de bajo costo: i. ARTICLE 8 OF THE CONSTITU- (2) donar o de otra manera TION OF NEW MEXICO TO PRO- proveer o pagar de los costos de , VIDE A PROPERTY TAX EXEMP- construcci0n o renovaci0n de las , TION FOR PROPERTY OF A VET- casas de bajo costo o los gastos de :. ERANS' ORGANIZATION CHAR- la conversion o renovaciOn de TERED BY THE UNITED STATES edificios en casas de'bajo costo o: .. CONGRESS. (3) proveer o pagar los costos de BE IT RESOLVED BYTHE LEGIS- financiamiento la LATURE OFTHE STATE OF NEW infraestructuranecesadaqueapoyan , MEXICO: los proyectos de casa de bajo costo. , Section 1. It is proposed to amend F. Las disposiciones de la , Article 8 of the constitution of New Subsecci0n E de esta secciOn no Mexico by adding a new section to pueden ser ejecutadas ! read: unilateralmente. Antes de que la i "The legislature shall exempt from ayuda descrita se provea, la , taxation the property of a veterans' legislaci0n permitida debe set , organization chartered by the United aprobada por un voto mayodtado de , States congress and used primarily los miembros eligidos en cada, for veterans and their families. The c&mara de la legislatura.Esta ; burden of proving eligibility for the legislaciOn que permite debe: exemption in this section is on the (1) definir "casas de bajo , person claiming the exemption." costo"; Section 2. The amendment proposed (2) establecer cdteno de by this resolution shall be submitted aceptibilidad para los recipientes de tothepeoplefortheirapprovatorre- terreno, los edificios y la jection at the next general election or infraestructura; at any special election prior to that (3) contener disposiciones date that may be called for that pur- para asegurar el cumplimiento eso , pose. del proyecto de casas de bajo costo o8/15/22c apoyadas por la asistencia autodzada , conforme dispone a la Subseccibn E de esta seccion; ENMIENDA CONSTITUCIONAL 1 (4) exigir que un condado o UNARESOLUCION EN municipalidad que proveen ; CON JUNTO ayudaconforme dispone la ,, Propone una enmiencla al Articulo 9, Subsecci0n E de esta secciOn antes ! SecciOn 14 de la ConstituciOn de de dar aprobaciOn formal por : Nuevo Mxico para permitir que se ordenanza para una donaciOn | estabilize un programa de becas especificaparaayudarconlascasas universitariasparalosveteranosde de bajo costo e incluya en la guerrade Nuevo Mexico. ordenanza las condiciones de la SEA RESUELTO POR LA donaciOn; LEGISLATURA DEL ESTADO DE (5) exigir antes aprobacibn por , NUEVO MEXICO: ley para la ayuda con la concesibn , SecciOn 1. Se propone para las casas de bajo costo por el , enmendar el Articulo 9, Seccion 14 estado;y de la constituciOn de (6) exigir que el cuerpo , Nuevo Mexico para que lea: gobemante de la instrumentalidad del , "Ni et estado ni condado, estado, deslgnado por la legislatura , alguno distrito escolar ni como la autoridad de vivienda del municipalidad, salvo que se disponga estado, para dar aprobacion anterior, ; de otra forma en esta constituci0n, por resoluci0n para las donaciones . directamente ni indirectamente delascasasdebajocostoqueser&n debera prestar o empeOar sus otorgadasporlainstrumentalidad. , crc:litosnideberhacerunadonaciOn G. Nada en esta secoi0n ; a o para ayudar a cualquiera persona, prohibe al estado que se establezca , asociaci0n o corporaci0n pOblica o un programa de becas para privada o ni ayudar a cualquiera veteranos, deguerramilitarquienes : empresa privada para construir son estudiantes posteriores a la , cualquier ferrocarril salvo como se escuela secundada en instituciones , disponga en la Subsecci0n A a G educacionales bajo el control ; inclusa de esta secci0n, exclusivo del estado y quienes han! A. Nada en esta secci0n agotado todos los beneficios prohibe que el Estado o cualquier educacionales ofrecidos de los condado o municipalidad disponga Estados Unidos, el Departamento de ! para el cuidado y mantenimiento de Continued on following page '