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Chapter 31. School Facility Planning and Construction
. Educational specifications
. Planning of educational facilities
. Preventive maintenance and facility management
. Codes and regulations for school facilities
. Determination of attendance areas for space eligibility
. Guides for planning educational facilities
. Applications for grants for capital improvement projects
. Annual grant application review and capital improvement grant schedule revision
. Grant or other financial assistance award, allocations, and conditions
. Site acquisition and selection
. Requests for reconsideration and appeals
. Review of school construction plans
. Approval of school construction plans
. Portable and temporary facilities
. State financial assistance
. Criteria for amounts allowed for debt retirement
. Approvals, allocations, disallowance of costs, audits, and appeals
. Use of interest earned on bond or grant proceeds
. Redirection of bond proceeds
. Selection of designers and construction managers
. Reimbursement of restructured or refinanced indebtedness
. Withdrawal of project approval
. Construction and acquisition of public school facilities
. Project approval for certain projects
. Project ranking and issuance of reimbursement authorization for certain projects
. Determination of project amount eligible for reimbursement
. Disposal of abandoned or obsolete property
. Regional school board use permits
. Loss protection required
. Self-insurance programs
. Deductible amounts
. Proof of insurance
. Failure to procure insurance
As of Register 151 (October 1999), the functions of the former Department of Community and Regional Affairs were transferred to other state agencies. Revisions to regulations to reflect changes in state agencies' names were made by the regulations attorney in accordance with ch. 58, SLA 1999 and
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