130th Ohio General Assembly
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Sub. S. B. No. 116  As Passed by the Senate
As Passed by the Senate

130th General Assembly
Regular Session
2013-2014
Sub. S. B. No. 116


Senator Kearney 

Cosponsors: Senators Brown, Seitz, Bacon, Balderson, Cafaro, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Schiavoni, Skindell, Tavares, Turner, Uecker 



A BILL
To amend section 4301.62 and to enact section 4301.82 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 257.50 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly and Section 257.10 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, as subsequently amended, to allow municipal corporations and townships with a population of more than 35,000 to create outdoor refreshment areas, to exempt persons within such an area from the open container law, to create the Outdoor Refreshment Area Study Committee, and to make an appropriation.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OHIO:
Section 1. That section 4301.62 be amended and section 4301.82 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:
Sec. 4301.62.  (A) As used in this section:
(1) "Chauffeured limousine" means a vehicle registered under section 4503.24 of the Revised Code.
(2) "Street," "highway," and "motor vehicle" have the same meanings as in section 4511.01 of the Revised Code.
(B) No person shall have in the person's possession an opened container of beer or intoxicating liquor in any of the following circumstances:
(1) Except as provided in division (C)(1)(e) of this section, in an agency store;
(2) Except as provided in division (C) of this section, on the premises of the holder of any permit issued by the division of liquor control;
(3) In any other public place;
(4) Except as provided in division (D) or (E) of this section, while operating or being a passenger in or on a motor vehicle on any street, highway, or other public or private property open to the public for purposes of vehicular travel or parking;
(5) Except as provided in division (D) or (E) of this section, while being in or on a stationary motor vehicle on any street, highway, or other public or private property open to the public for purposes of vehicular travel or parking.
(C)(1) A person may have in the person's possession an opened container of any of the following:
(a) Beer or intoxicating liquor that has been lawfully purchased for consumption on the premises where bought from the holder of an A-1-A, A-2, A-3a, D-1, D-2, D-3, D-3a, D-4, D-4a, D-5, D-5a, D-5b, D-5c, D-5d, D-5e, D-5f, D-5g, D-5h, D-5i, D-5j, D-5k, D-5l, D-5m, D-5n, D-5o, D-7, D-8, E, F, F-2, F-5, F-7, or F-8 permit;
(b) Beer, wine, or mixed beverages served for consumption on the premises by the holder of an F-3 permit or wine served for consumption on the premises by the holder of an F-4 or F-6 permit;
(c) Beer or intoxicating liquor consumed on the premises of a convention facility as provided in section 4303.201 of the Revised Code;
(d) Beer or intoxicating liquor to be consumed during tastings and samplings approved by rule of the liquor control commission;
(e) Spirituous liquor to be consumed for purposes of a tasting sample, as defined in section 4301.171 of the Revised Code.
(2) A person may have in the person's possession on an F liquor permit premises an opened container of beer or intoxicating liquor that was not purchased from the holder of the F permit if the premises for which the F permit is issued is a music festival and the holder of the F permit grants permission for that possession on the premises during the period for which the F permit is issued. As used in this division, "music festival" means a series of outdoor live musical performances, extending for a period of at least three consecutive days and located on an area of land of at least forty acres.
(3)(a) A person may have in the person's possession on a D-2 liquor permit premises an opened or unopened container of wine that was not purchased from the holder of the D-2 permit if the premises for which the D-2 permit is issued is an outdoor performing arts center, the person is attending an orchestral performance, and the holder of the D-2 permit grants permission for the possession and consumption of wine in certain predesignated areas of the premises during the period for which the D-2 permit is issued.
(b) As used in division (C)(3)(a) of this section:
(i) "Orchestral performance" means a concert comprised of a group of not fewer than forty musicians playing various musical instruments.
(ii) "Outdoor performing arts center" means an outdoor performing arts center that is located on not less than one hundred fifty acres of land and that is open for performances from the first day of April to the last day of October of each year.
(4) A person may have in the person's possession an opened or unopened container of beer or intoxicating liquor at an outdoor location at which the person is attending an orchestral performance as defined in division (C)(3)(b)(i) of this section if the person with supervision and control over the performance grants permission for the possession and consumption of beer or intoxicating liquor in certain predesignated areas of that outdoor location.
(5) A person may have in the person's possession on an F-9 liquor permit premises an opened or unopened container of beer or intoxicating liquor that was not purchased from the holder of the F-9 permit if the person is attending an orchestral performance and the holder of the F-9 permit grants permission for the possession and consumption of beer or intoxicating liquor in certain predesignated areas of the premises during the period for which the F-9 permit is issued.
As used in division (C)(5) of this section, "orchestral performance" has the same meaning as in division (C)(3)(b) of this section.
(6)(a) A person may have in the person's possession on the property of an outdoor motorsports facility an opened or unopened container of beer or intoxicating liquor that was not purchased from the owner of the facility if both of the following apply:
(i) The person is attending a racing event at the facility; and
(ii) The owner of the facility grants permission for the possession and consumption of beer or intoxicating liquor on the property of the facility.
(b) As used in division (C)(6)(a) of this section:
(i) "Racing event" means a motor vehicle racing event sanctioned by one or more motor racing sanctioning organizations.
(ii) "Outdoor motorsports facility" means an outdoor racetrack to which all of the following apply:
(I) It is two and four-tenths miles or more in length.
(II) It is located on two hundred acres or more of land.
(III) The primary business of the owner of the facility is the hosting and promoting of racing events.
(IV) The holder of a D-1, D-2, or D-3 permit is located on the property of the facility.
(7) A person may have in the person's possession an opened container of beer or intoxicating liquor at an outdoor location within an outdoor refreshment area created under section 4301.82 of the Revised Code if the opened container of beer or intoxicating liquor was purchased from a qualified permit holder to which both of the following apply:
(a) The permit holder's premises is located within the outdoor refreshment area.
(b) The permit held by the permit holder has an outdoor refreshment area designation.
Notwithstanding division (C)(7) of this section, no person shall enter the premises of an establishment within an outdoor refreshment area while possessing an opened container of beer or intoxicating liquor acquired elsewhere.
(D) This section does not apply to a person who pays all or a portion of the fee imposed for the use of a chauffeured limousine pursuant to a prearranged contract, or the guest of the person, when all of the following apply:
(1) The person or guest is a passenger in the limousine.
(2) The person or guest is located in the limousine, but is not occupying a seat in the front compartment of the limousine where the operator of the limousine is located.
(3) The limousine is located on any street, highway, or other public or private property open to the public for purposes of vehicular travel or parking.
(E) An opened bottle of wine that was purchased from the holder of a permit that authorizes the sale of wine for consumption on the premises where sold is not an opened container for the purposes of this section if both of the following apply:
(1) The opened bottle of wine is securely resealed by the permit holder or an employee of the permit holder before the bottle is removed from the premises. The bottle shall be secured in such a manner that it is visibly apparent if the bottle has been subsequently opened or tampered with.
(2) The opened bottle of wine that is resealed in accordance with division (E)(1) of this section is stored in the trunk of a motor vehicle or, if the motor vehicle does not have a trunk, behind the last upright seat or in an area not normally occupied by the driver or passengers and not easily accessible by the driver.
Sec. 4301.82.  (A) As used in this section, "qualified permit holder" means the holder of an A-1, A-1-A, A-1c, A-2, or D permit issued under Chapter 4303. of the Revised Code.
(B) The mayor of a municipal corporation or the fiscal officer of a township may file an application with the legislative authority of the municipal corporation or township to have property within the municipal corporation or township designated as an outdoor refreshment area or to expand an existing outdoor refreshment area to include additional property within the municipal corporation or township. The mayor or fiscal officer shall ensure that the application contains all of the following:
(1) A map or survey of the proposed outdoor refreshment area, which shall not exceed one-half mile by one-half mile, in sufficient detail to identify the boundaries of the area;
(2) A general statement of the nature and types of establishments that will be located within the proposed outdoor refreshment area;
(3) A statement that the proposed outdoor refreshment area will encompass not fewer than four qualified permit holders;
(4) Evidence that the uses of land within the proposed outdoor refreshment area are in accord with the master zoning plan or map of the municipal corporation or township;
(5) Proposed requirements for the purpose of ensuring safety within the proposed outdoor refreshment area.
(C) Within forty-five days after the date the application is filed with the legislative authority of a municipal corporation or township, the legislative authority shall publish public notice of the application once a week for two consecutive weeks in one newspaper of general circulation in the municipal corporation or township or as provided in section 7.16 of the Revised Code. The legislative authority shall ensure that the notice states that the application is on file in the office of the clerk of the municipal corporation or township and is available for inspection by the public during regular business hours. The legislative authority also shall indicate in the notice the date and time of any public hearing to be held regarding the application by the legislative authority.
Not earlier than thirty but not later than sixty days after the initial publication of notice, the legislative authority shall approve or disapprove the application by either ordinance or resolution, as applicable. Approval of an application requires an affirmative vote of a majority of the legislative authority. Upon approval of the application by the legislative authority, the territory described in the application constitutes an outdoor refreshment area. The legislative authority shall provide to the division of liquor control notice of the approval of the application and a description of the area specified in the application. If the legislative authority disapproves the application, the mayor of a municipal corporation or fiscal officer of a township may make changes in the application to secure its approval by the legislative authority.
(D) The creation of outdoor refreshment areas is limited as follows:
(1) A municipal corporation or township with a population of more than two hundred seventy-five thousand shall not create more than three outdoor refreshment areas.
(2) A municipal corporation or township with a population of more than one hundred fifty thousand but less than or equal to two hundred seventy-five thousand shall not create more than two outdoor refreshment areas.
(3) A municipal corporation or township with a population of more than thirty-five thousand but less than or equal to one hundred fifty thousand shall not create more than one outdoor refreshment area.
(4) A municipal corporation or township with a population of thirty-five thousand or less shall not create an outdoor refreshment area.
For purposes of this section, the population of a municipal corporation or township is deemed to be the population shown by the most recent regular federal decennial census.
(E) As soon as possible after receiving notice that an outdoor refreshment area has been approved, the division of liquor control, for purposes of section 4301.62 of the Revised Code, shall issue an outdoor refreshment area designation to each qualified permit holder located within the refreshment area that is in compliance with all applicable requirements under Chapters 4301. and 4303. of the Revised Code. The division shall not charge any fee for the issuance of the designation. Any permit holder that receives such a designation shall comply with all laws, rules, and regulations that govern its license type and, if applicable, any safety requirements established for the area under division (F) of this section.
(F)(1) At the time of the creation of an outdoor refreshment area or any time thereafter, the legislative authority of a municipal corporation or township in which such an area is located may adopt an ordinance or resolution, as applicable, that establishes requirements the legislative authority determines necessary to ensure safety within the area. The legislative authority may, but is not required to, include in the ordinance or resolution any safety requirements proposed in an application under division (B) of this section to designate or expand the outdoor refreshment area. The legislative authority may subsequently modify the safety requirements as determined necessary by the legislative authority.
(2) Prior to adopting an ordinance or resolution under this division, the legislative authority shall give notice of its proposed action by publication once a week for two consecutive weeks in one newspaper of general circulation in the municipal corporation or township or as provided in section 7.16 of the Revised Code.
(3) The legislative authority shall provide to the division of liquor control notice of any safety requirements established or modified under this division.
(G) Section 4399.18 of the Revised Code applies to a liquor permit holder located within an outdoor refreshment area in the same manner as if the liquor permit holder were not located in an outdoor refreshment area.
(H)(1) Five years after the date of creation of an outdoor refreshment area, the legislative authority of the municipal corporation or township that created the area under this section shall review the operation of the area and shall, by ordinance or resolution, either approve the continued operation of the area or dissolve the area. Prior to adopting the ordinance or resolution, the legislative authority shall give notice of its proposed action by publication once a week for two consecutive weeks in one newspaper of general circulation in the municipal corporation or township or as provided in section 7.16 of the Revised Code.
If the legislative authority dissolves the outdoor refreshment area, the outdoor refreshment area ceases to exist. The legislative authority then shall provide notice of its action to the division of liquor control and the division shall revoke all outdoor refreshment area designations issued to qualified permit holders within the dissolved area. If the legislative authority approves the continued operation of the outdoor refreshment area, the area continues in operation.
(2) Five years after the approval of the continued operation of an outdoor refreshment area under division (H)(1) of this section, the legislative authority shall conduct a review in the same manner as provided in division (H)(1) of this section. The legislative authority also shall conduct such a review five years after any subsequent approval of continued operation under division (H)(2) of this section.
(I) At any time, the legislative authority of a municipal corporation or township in which an outdoor refreshment area is located may, by ordinance or resolution, dissolve all or a part of the outdoor refreshment area. Prior to adopting the resolution or ordinance, the legislative authority shall give notice of its proposed action by publication once a week for two consecutive weeks in one newspaper of general circulation in the municipal corporation or township or as provided in section 7.16 of the Revised Code. If the legislative authority dissolves all or part of an outdoor refreshment area, the area designated in the ordinance or resolution no longer constitutes an outdoor refreshment area. The legislative authority shall provide notice of its actions to the division of liquor control. Upon receipt of the notice, the division shall revoke all outdoor refreshment area designations issued to qualified permit holders within the dissolved area or portion of the area.
Section 2. That existing section 4301.62 of the Revised Code is hereby repealed.
Section 3. (A) There is hereby created the Outdoor Refreshment Area Study Committee. The Committee shall consist of the following seven members who shall be appointed not later than five days after the effective date of this section:
(1) Two members of the Senate, one of whom shall be a member of the majority party and one of whom shall be a member of the minority party, both appointed by the President of the Senate;
(2) Two members of the House of Representatives, one of whom shall be a member of the majority party and one of whom shall be a member of the minority party, both appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives;
(3) One county commissioner, appointed by the President of the Senate;
(4) One representative of a municipal corporation, or township, with a population of thirty-five thousand or less, appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives;
(5) One representative of the Division of Liquor Control, appointed by the Governor.
(B) The Committee first shall meet not later than ten days after the effective date of this section at the call of the President of the Senate. At the first meeting, the Committee shall select a chairperson and vice-chairperson from among its members. Thereafter, the Committee shall meet at the call of its chairperson as necessary to carry out its duties. Members of the Committee are not entitled to compensation for serving on the Committee, but may continue to receive the compensation and benefits accruing from their regular offices or employments.
(C) The Committee shall study the utility and viability of allowing municipal corporations or townships that have a population of thirty-five thousand or less to create an outdoor refreshment area under section 4301.82 of the Revised Code, as enacted by this act. Not later than May 1, 2015, the Study Committee shall issue a report of its findings and recommendations to the President of the Senate, the Minority Leader of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. After submitting the report, the Study Committee shall cease to exist.
Section 4. That Section 257.50 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly be amended to read as follows:
Sec. 257.50. BUSINESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
The foregoing appropriation item 195649, Business Assistance Programs, shall be used for administrative expenses associated with the operation of tax credit programs, loan servicing, the Ohio Film Office, workforce initiatives, and the Office of Strategic Business Investments.
STATE SPECIAL PROJECTS
The State Special Projects Fund (Fund 4F20), may be used for the deposit of private-sector funds from utility companies and for the deposit of other miscellaneous state funds. State moneys so deposited may also be used to match federal housing grants for the homeless.
MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE LOAN
All repayments from the Minority Development Financing Advisory Board Loan Program and the Ohio Mini-Loan Guarantee Program shall be deposited in the State Treasury to the credit of the Minority Business Enterprise Loan Fund (Fund 4W10).
MINORITY BUSINESS BONDING FUND
Notwithstanding Chapters 122., 169., and 175. of the Revised Code, the Director of Development Services may, upon the recommendation of the Minority Development Financing Advisory Board, pledge up to $10,000,000 in the fiscal year 2014-fiscal year 2015 biennium of unclaimed funds administered by the Director of Commerce and allocated to the Minority Business Bonding Program under section 169.05 of the Revised Code.
If needed for the payment of losses arising from the Minority Business Bonding Program, the Director of Budget and Management may, at the request of the Director of Development Services, request that the Director of Commerce transfer unclaimed funds that have been reported by holders of unclaimed funds under section 169.05 of the Revised Code to the Minority Bonding Fund (Fund 4490). The transfer of unclaimed funds shall only occur after proceeds of the initial transfer of $2,700,000 by the Controlling Board to the Minority Business Bonding Program have been used for that purpose. If expenditures are required for payment of losses arising from the Minority Business Bonding Program, such expenditures shall be made from appropriation item 195658, Minority Business Bonding Contingency in the Minority Business Bonding Fund, and such amounts are hereby appropriated.
INCUMBENT WORKFORCE TRAINING VOUCHERS
(A) The Director of Budget and Management may transfer up to $30,000,000 cash in each fiscal year from the Economic Development Programs Fund (Fund 5JC0) used by the Board of Regents to the Ohio Incumbent Workforce Job Training Fund (Fund 5HR0) used by the Development Services Agency.
(B) Of the foregoing appropriation item 195526, Incumbent Workforce Training Vouchers, up to $30,000,000 in each fiscal year shall be used to support the Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program.
(C) The Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program shall conform to guidelines for the operation of the program, including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) A requirement that a training voucher under the program shall not exceed $6,000 per worker per year;
(2) A provision for an employer of an eligible employee to apply for a voucher on behalf of the eligible employee;
(3) A provision for an eligible employee to apply directly for a training voucher with the pre-approval of the employee's employer; and
(4) A requirement that an employee participating in the program, or the employee's employer, shall pay for not less than thirty-three per cent of the training costs under the program.
On July 1, 2014, or as soon as possible thereafter, the Director of Development Services may request that the Director of Budget and Management reappropriate any unexpended, unencumbered balance of the prior fiscal year's appropriation to the foregoing appropriation item 195526, Incumbent Workforce Training Vouchers, for fiscal year 2015. The Director of Budget and Management may request additional information necessary for evaluating the request, and the Director of Development Services shall provide the requested information to the Director of Budget and Management. Based on the information provided by the Director of Development Services, the Director of Budget and Management shall determine the amount to be reappropriated, and those amounts are hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2015.
DEFENSE DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
The Director of Budget and Management shall transfer up to $5,000,000 in cash in each fiscal year from the Economic Development Programs Fund (Fund 5JC0) used by the Board of Regents to the Ohio Incumbent Workforce Job Training Fund (Fund 5HR0) used by the Development Services Agency. The transferred funds shall be used for appropriation item 195622, Defense Development Assistance, for economic development programs and the creation of new jobs to leverage and support mission gains at Department of Defense facilities in Ohio by working with future base realignment and closure activities and ongoing Department of Defense efficiency initiatives, assisting efforts to secure Department of Defense support contracts for Ohio companies, assessing and supporting regional job training and workforce development needs generated by the Department of Defense and the Ohio aerospace industry, and for expanding job training and economic development programs in human performance related initiatives. A portion of these funds shall be matched in the aggregate amount of $5,000,000 by either public or private industry partners, educational entities, or federal agencies.
Of the foregoing appropriation item 195622, Defense Development Assistance, $3,000,000 shall be used by Applied Research Corporation to support education or research projects conducted by public-private partnerships in Ohio that seek to develop and train the workforce of Ohio in all industries.
On July 1, 2014, or as soon as possible thereafter, the Director of Development Services may request that the Director of Budget and Management reappropriate any unexpended, unencumbered balance of the prior fiscal year's appropriation to the foregoing appropriation item 195622, Defense Development Assistance, for fiscal year 2015. The Director of Budget and Management may request additional information necessary for evaluating the request, and the Director of Development Services shall provide the requested information to the Director of Budget and Management. Based on the information provided by the Director of Development Services, the Director of Budget and Management shall determine the amount to be reappropriated, and those amounts are hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2015.
ADVANCED ENERGY LOAN PROGRAMS
The foregoing appropriation item 195660, Advanced Energy Loan Programs, shall be used to provide financial assistance to customers for eligible advanced energy projects for residential, commercial, and industrial business, local government, educational institution, nonprofit, and agriculture customers, and to pay for the program's administrative costs as provided in sections 4928.61 to 4928.63 of the Revised Code and rules adopted by the Director of Development Services.
TOURISMOHIO ADMINISTRATION
Of the foregoing appropriation item 195683, TourismOhio Administration, $1,000,000 in fiscal year 2014 shall be used to administer a program established by the Development Services Agency pursuant to section 122.121 of the Revised Code.
Of the foregoing appropriation item 195683, TourismOhio Administration, $250,000 in fiscal year 2014 shall be used by Lake Erie Heritage Foundation for the promotion of events relating to bicentennial celebrations of the War of 1812 and the Battle of Lake Erie.
Of the foregoing appropriation item 195683, TourismOhio Administration, $500,000 in fiscal year 2015 shall be used to support the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Cincinnati.
VOLUME CAP ADMINISTRATION
The foregoing appropriation item 195654, Volume Cap Administration, shall be used for expenses related to the administration of the Volume Cap Program. Revenues received by the Volume Cap Administration Fund (Fund 6170) shall consist of application fees, forfeited deposits, and interest earned from the custodial account held by the Treasurer of State.
Section 5. That existing Section 257.50 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly is hereby repealed.
Section 6. That Section 257.10 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, as amended by Am. Sub. H.B. 483 of the 130th General Assembly, be amended to read as follows:
Sec. 257.10. DEV DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AGENCY
General Revenue Fund
GRF 195402 Coal Research Operating $ 261,205 $ 261,405
GRF 195405 Minority Business Development $ 1,693,691 $ 1,693,691
GRF 195407 Travel and Tourism $ 1,300,000 $ 0
GRF 195415 Business Development Services $ 2,413,387 $ 2,413,387
GRF 195426 Redevelopment Assistance $ 1,968,365 $ 468,365
GRF 195497 CDBG Operating Match $ 1,015,000 $ 1,015,000
GRF 195501 Appalachian Local Development Districts $ 440,000 $ 440,000
GRF 195532 Technology Programs and Grants $ 13,547,341 $ 13,547,341
GRF 195533 Business Assistance $ 4,205,774 $ 4,205,774
GRF 195535 Appalachia Assistance $ 3,846,482 $ 3,846,482
GRF 195537 Ohio-Israel Agricultural Initiative $ 150,000 $ 150,000
GRF 195901 Coal Research & Development General Obligation Debt Service $ 2,858,900 $ 4,327,200
GRF 195905 Third Frontier Research & Development General Obligation Debt Service $ 61,911,600 $ 78,483,000
GRF 195912 Job Ready Site Development General Obligation Debt Service $ 13,198,400 $ 19,124,500
TOTAL GRF General Revenue Fund $ 108,810,145 $ 129,976,145

General Services Fund Group
1350 195684 Development Services Operations $ 10,800,000 $ 10,800,000
4W10 195646 Minority Business Enterprise Loan $ 2,500,000 $ 2,500,000
5KN0 195640 Local Government Innovation $ 20,730,986 $ 21,900,000
5MB0 195623 Business Incentive Grants $ 15,000,000 $ 0
5MK0 195600 Vacant Facilities Grant $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000
5W50 195690 Travel and Tourism Cooperative Projects $ 150,000 $ 150,000
6850 195636 Development Services Reimbursable Expenditures $ 700,000 $ 700,000
TOTAL GSF General Services Fund
Group $ 50,880,986 $ 37,050,000

Federal Special Revenue Fund Group
3080 195602 Appalachian Regional Commission $ 475,000 $ 475,000
3080 195603 Housing Assistance Programs $ 10,000,000 $ 10,000,000
3080 195609 Small Business Administration Grants $ 5,271,381 $ 5,271,381
3080 195618 Energy Grants $ 9,307,779 $ 4,109,193
3080 195670 Home Weatherization Program $ 17,000,000 $ 17,000,000
3080 195671 Brownfield Redevelopment $ 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000
3080 195672 Manufacturing Extension Partnership $ 5,359,305 $ 5,359,305
3080 195675 Procurement Technical Assistance $ 600,000 $ 600,000
3080 195681 SBDC Disability Consulting $ 1,300,000 $ 1,300,000
3350 195610 Energy Programs $ 200,000 $ 200,000
3AE0 195643 Workforce Development Initiatives $ 1,800,000 $ 1,800,000
3DB0 195642 Federal Stimulus - Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grants $ 38,152 $ 0
3FJ0 195626 Small Business Capital Access and Collateral Enhancement Program $ 32,046,846 $ 5,655,326
3FJ0 195661 Technology Targeted Investment Program $ 12,750,410 $ 2,250,072
3K80 195613 Community Development Block Grant $ 65,000,000 $ 65,000,000
3K90 195611 Home Energy Assistance Block Grant $ 172,000,000 $ 172,000,000
3K90 195614 HEAP Weatherization $ 22,000,000 $ 22,000,000
3L00 195612 Community Services Block Grant $ 27,240,217 $ 27,240,217
3V10 195601 HOME Program $ 30,000,000 $ 30,000,000
TOTAL FED Federal Special Revenue
Fund Group $ 417,389,090 $ 375,260,494

State Special Revenue Fund Group
4500 195624 Minority Business Bonding Program Administration $ 74,868 $ 74,905
4510 195649 Business Assistance Programs $ 6,300,800 $ 6,700,800
4F20 195639 State Special Projects $ 102,145 $ 102,104
4F20 195699 Utility Community Assistance $ 500,000 $ 500,000
5CG0 195679 Alternative Fuel Transportation $ 750,000 $ 750,000
5HR0 195526 Incumbent Workforce Training Vouchers $ 30,000,000 $ 30,000,000
5HR0 195622 Defense Development Assistance $ 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000
5JR0 195635 Redevelopment Program Support $ 100,000 $ 100,000
5KP0 195645 Historic Rehab Operating $ 650,000 $ 650,000
5LU0 195673 Racetrack Facility Community Economic Redevelopment Fund $ 12,000,000 $ 0
5M40 195659 Low Income Energy Assistance (USF) $ 350,000,000 $ 350,000,000
5M50 195660 Advanced Energy Loan Programs $ 8,000,000 $ 8,000,000
5MH0 195644 SiteOhio Administration $ 100,000 $ 100,000
5MJ0 195683 TourismOhio Administration $ 8,000,000 $ 8,000,000 8,500,000
5W60 195691 International Trade Cooperative Projects $ 18,000 $ 18,000
6170 195654 Volume Cap Administration $ 32,562 $ 32,562
6460 195638 Low- and Moderate- Income Housing Trust Fund $ 53,000,000 $ 53,000,000
TOTAL SSR State Special Revenue
Fund Group $ 474,628,375 $ 463,028,371 463,528,371

Facilities Establishment Fund Group
5S90 195628 Capital Access Loan Program $ 3,000,000 $ 3,000,000
7009 195664 Innovation Ohio $ 15,000,000 $ 15,000,000
7010 195665 Research and Development $ 22,000,000 $ 22,000,000
7037 195615 Facilities Establishment $ 50,000,000 $ 50,000,000
TOTAL 037 Facilities
Establishment Fund Group $ 90,000,000 $ 90,000,000

Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund
7003 195663 Clean Ohio Program $ 950,000 $ 950,000
TOTAL 7003 Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund $ 950,000 $ 950,000

Third Frontier Research & Development Fund Group
7011 195686 Third Frontier Operating $ 1,149,750 $ 1,149,750
7011 195687 Third Frontier Research & Development Projects $ 90,850,250 $ 90,850,250
7014 195620 Third Frontier Operating - Tax $ 1,700,000 $ 1,700,000
7014 195692 Research & Development Taxable Bond Projects $ 38,300,000 $ 38,300,000
TOTAL 011 Third Frontier Research & Development Fund Group $ 132,000,000 $ 132,000,000

Job Ready Site Development Fund Group
7012 195688 Job Ready Site Development $ 800,000 $ 800,000
TOTAL 012 Job Ready Site Development Fund Group $ 800,000 $ 800,000

Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund Group
M087 195435 Biomedical Research and Technology Transfer $ 1,896,595 $ 1,906,025
TOTAL TSF Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund Group $ 1,896,595 $ 1,906,025
TOTAL ALL BUDGET FUND GROUPS $ 1,277,355,191 $ 1,230,971,035 1,231,471,035

Section 7. That existing Section 257.10 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, as amended by Am. Sub. H.B. 483 of the 130th General Assembly, is hereby repealed.
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