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As used in sections Amended by th General AssemblyFile No. A Except as otherwise provided in this section, in the interest of the public health and safety, the board of township trustees may regulate by resolution, in accordance with a comprehensive plan, the location, height, bulk, number of stories, and size of buildings and other structures, including tents, cabins, and trailer coaches, percentages of lot areas that may be occupied, set back building lines, sizes of yards, courts, and other open spaces, the density of population, the uses of buildings and other structures, including tents, cabins, and trailer coaches, and the uses of land for trade, industry, residence, recreation, or other purposes in the unincorporated territory of the township. Except as otherwise provided in this section, in the interest of the public convenience, comfort, prosperity, or general welfare, the board by resolution, in accordance with a comprehensive plan, may regulate the location of, set back lines for, and the uses of buildings and other structures, including tents, cabins, and trailer coaches, and the uses of land for trade, industry, residence, recreation, or other purposes in the unincorporated territory of the township, and may establish reasonable landscaping standards and architectural standards excluding exterior building materials in the unincorporated territory of the township.

Chapter 13 aggregate planning

List of Titles Sec. Applications for grants for school building projects. Any town desiring a grant for a public school building project may, by vote of its legislative body, authorize the board of education of such town to apply to the Commissioner of Administrative Services and to accept or reject such grant for the town.

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Any regional school board may vote to authorize the supervising agent of the regional school district to apply to the Commissioner of Administrative Services for and to accept or reject such grant for the district.

Applications for such grants under this chapter shall be made by the superintendent of schools of such town or regional school district on the form provided and in the manner prescribed by the Commissioner of Administrative Services. The application form shall require the superintendent of schools to affirm that the school district considered the maximization of natural light, the use and feasibility of wireless connectivity technology and, on and after July 1,the school safety infrastructure criteria, developed by the School Safety Infrastructure Council, pursuant to section r, in projects for new construction and alteration or renovation of a school building.

The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall review each grant application for a school building project for compliance with educational requirements and on the basis of categories for building projects established by the Chapter 13 aggregate planning of Administrative Services in accordance with this section.

The Commissioner of Education shall evaluate, if appropriate, whether the project will assist the state in meeting the goals of the stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al. The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall consult with the Commissioner of Education in reviewing grant applications submitted for purposes of subsection a of section or section e on the basis of the educational needs of the applicant.

The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall review each grant application for a school building project for compliance with standards for school building projects pursuant to regulations, adopted in accordance with section c, and, on and after July 1,the school safety infrastructure criteria, developed by the School Safety Infrastructure Council pursuant to section r.

Notwithstanding the provisions of this chapter, the Board of Trustees of the Community-Technical Colleges on behalf of Quinebaug Valley Community College and Three Rivers Community College and the following entities that will operate an Chapter 13 aggregate planning magnet school that will assist the state in meeting the goals of the stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al.

A The Board of Trustees of the Community-Technical Colleges on behalf of a regional community-technical college, B the Board of Trustees of the Connecticut State University System on behalf of a state university, C the Board of Trustees for The University of Connecticut on behalf of the university, D the board of governors for an independent institution of higher education, as defined in subsection a of section 10a, or the equivalent of such a board, on behalf of the independent institution of higher education, E cooperative arrangements pursuant to section a, and F any other third-party not-for-profit corporation approved by the Commissioner of Education.

All applications submitted prior to July first shall be reviewed promptly by the Commissioner of Administrative Services. The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall estimate the amount of the grant for which such project is eligible, in accordance with the provisions of section a, provided an application for a school building project determined by the Commissioner of Education to be a project that will assist the state in meeting the goals of the stipulation and order for Milo Sheff, et al.

The Commissioner of Administrative Services shall annually prepare a listing of all such eligible school building projects listed by category together with the amount of the estimated grants for such projects and shall submit the same to the Governor, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the General Assembly on or before the fifteenth day of December, except as provided in section a, with a request for authorization to enter into grant commitments.

On or before December thirty-first annually, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall submit comments and recommendations regarding each eligible project on such listing of eligible school building projects to the school construction committee, established pursuant to section a.

Each such listing submitted after December 15,until December 15,inclusive, shall include a separate schedule of authorized projects which have changed in scope or cost to a degree determined by the Commissioner of Education once, and a separate schedule of authorized projects which have changed in scope or cost to a degree determined by said commissioner twice.

Any such listing submitted after December 15,until December 15,inclusive, shall include a separate schedule of authorized projects which have changed in scope or cost to a degree determined by the Commissioner of Administrative Services once, and a separate schedule of authorized projects which have changed in scope or cost to a degree determined by said commissioner twice.

For the period beginning July 1,and ending December 31,each such listing shall include a report on the review conducted by the Commissioner of Education of the enrollment projections for each such eligible project.

On and after January 1,each such listing shall include a report on the review conducted by the Commissioner of Administrative Services of the enrollment projections for each such eligible project.

For the period beginning July 1,and ending June 30,no project, other than a project for a technical high school, may appear on the separate schedule of authorized projects which have changed in cost more than twice.

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On and after July 1,no project, other than a project for a technical high school, may appear on the separate schedule of authorized projects which have changed in cost more than once, except the Commissioner of Administrative Services may allow a project to appear on such separate schedule of authorized projects a second time if the town or regional school district for such project can demonstrate that exigent circumstances require such project to appear a second time on such separate schedule of authorized projects.

Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter, no projects which have changed in scope or cost to the degree determined by the Commissioner of Administrative Services, in consultation with the Commissioner of Education, shall be eligible for reimbursement under this chapter unless it appears on such list.

The percentage determined pursuant to section a at the time a school building project on such schedule was originally authorized shall be used for purposes of the grant for such project.

On and after July 1,a project that was not previously authorized as an interdistrict magnet school shall not receive a higher percentage for reimbursement than that determined pursuant to section a at the time a school building project on such schedule was originally authorized.

The General Assembly shall annually authorize the Commissioner of Administrative Services to enter into grant commitments on behalf of the state in accordance with the commissioner's categorized listing for such projects as the General Assembly shall determine.

The Commissioner of Administrative Services may not enter into any such grant commitments except pursuant to such legislative authorization.

Any regional school district which assumes the responsibility for completion of a public school building project shall be eligible for a grant pursuant to subdivision 5 or 6as the case may be, of subsection a of section when such project is completed and accepted by such regional school district.

Any town or regional school district which abandons, sells, leases, demolishes or otherwise redirects the use of such a school building project to other than a public school use during such amortization period shall refund to the state the unamortized balance of the state grant remaining as of the date the abandonment, sale, lease, demolition or redirection occurs.Start studying Chapter Aggregate Planning.

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