SB 1152: Leases for Wireless Communication Facilities on State Property
GENERAL BILL by Latvala
Leases for Wireless Communication Facilities on State Property; Describing the types of Department of Transportation property eligible for factoring future revenues received by the department from leases for communication facilities on department property; authorizing the department to enter into agreements with investors to purchase the revenue streams from department leases of wireless communication facilities on such property; requiring the proceeds from such leases to be used for capital expenditures, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2014 Senate - Died in Transportation, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 1161 (Ch. 2014-215), HB 7175 (Ch. 2014-223), CS/CS/CS/SB 218 (Ch. 2014-169)
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- Transportation (TR)
- Governmental Oversight and Accountability (GO)
- Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities (CU)
• Referred to Transportation; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities -SJ 93
• Introduced -SJ 93
• Died in Transportation, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 1161 (Ch. 2014-215), HB 7175 (Ch. 2014-223), CS/CS/CS/SB 218 (Ch. 2014-169)
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