Chapter 64 - Maine School Facilities Program and School Revolving Renovation Fund (a joint chapter with the Maine Municipal Bond Bank, 94-376)
- § 071-64-1 - DEFINITIONS
- § 071-64-2 - MAINTENANCE AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANS
- § 071-64-3 - LEASE AND LEASE-PURCHASE SPACE
- § 071-64-4 - SCHOOL REVOLVING RENOVATION FUND
- § 071-64-5 - MAINE SCHOOL FACILITIES FINANCE PROGRAM
- § 071-64-6 - MAINE SCHOOL FACILITIES FINANCE PROGRAM LEASE-PURCHASE PROVISIONS
Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022
Summary: These rules govern the application and approval process for projects to be considered through the School Revolving Renovation Fund; Facility Maintenance and Capital Improvement Plans; Maine School Facilities Finance Program and lease and lease/purchase of temporary and interim space and permanent small instructional space.
December 28, 1998 - EMERGENCY - major substantive rule, legislative review pending. Signed by the Commissioner of Education.
filed May 30, 2000 - as 2000-235, signed by the Commissioner of Education. Legislative Resolve 1999 c.14 was effective April 16, 1999. Private and Special Laws 1999 c.79 asserted the effective date of this rule filing is retroactive to April 16, 1999. Signed by the Commissioner of Education.
March 18, 2003 - filed as routine technical on March 13, 2003, filings 2003-68 and 2003-69, signed by the Commissioner of Education and the Director of the Maine Municipal Bond Bank respectively.
April 28, 2003 - capitalization and punctuation only, signed and filed by Department of Education affecting its version only.
May 9, 2008 - major substantive final adoptions, filings 2008-165 and 2008-166, signed by the Commissioner of Education and the Director of the Maine Municipal Bond Bank respectively.
May 9, 2012 - major substantive final adoptions, filings 2012-102 and 2012-103, signed by the Commissioner of Education and the Director of the Maine Municipal Bond Bank respectively.
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: Title 20-A, Sections 1, 4001, 5804, 5805, 15603, 15907, 15918, and Title 30-A Sections 5953-E, 6006-E, 6006-F, 6014; Resolve 2007 ch. 174 effective March 31, 2008; Public Law 506 (126th Legislature 2nd Regular Session) effective August 1, 2014.
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