[Passed Both Houses]


[First Reprint]

ASSEMBLY, No. 2683







By Assemblyman MALONE, Senators LaRossa, Singer,

Rice and Lipman



An Act appropriating funds from the "Correctional Facilities Construction Fund of 1987" to the Department of Corrections for the renovation of certain correctional facilities.


    Be It Enacted by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:


    1.    There is appropriated to the Department of Corrections from the "Correctional Facilities Construction Fund of 1987" created pursuant to the "Correctional Facilities Construction Bond Act of 1987," P.L.1987, c.178, the sum of 1[$7,070,832] $10,470,8321 for the following renovation projects:




    Vroom Building

            Infrastructure/Security Repairs................ $4,940,000

    Albert C. Wagner Youth Correctional Facility

            Roof Repair/Replacement; A, B, C and

            D Wings; and Water Tower Repairs.........      $2,130,832

    1Northern State Prison

            Replace Kitchen Floor...........................         $3,400,0001


    Total Appropriation.............1[$7,070,832].. $10,470,8321


    2. There is also appropriated from the "Correctional Facilities Construction Fund," such items as may be necessary to meet any expense incurred by the issuing officials under P.L.1987, c.178 for advertising, engraving, printing, clerical, legal or other services necessary to carry out the duties imposed upon them by the provisions of that act.


    3. In order to provide flexibility in administering the provisions of this act, the Commissioner of the Department of Corrections may apply to the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting in the Department of the Treasury for permission to transfer a part of any item to any other item within the respective department accounts in the "Correctional Facilities Construction Fund" account. The transfers shall be made in a manner consistent with section 29 of P.L.1987, c.178.


    4. This act shall take effect immediately.





Appropriates $10,470,832 to the Department of Corrections for renovations in certain facilities.