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     5-14-1.   Classification of capital improvements. Capital improvements shall be classified as follows:
             (1)      "New construction," expenditures authorized for new buildings or new facilities and includes the cost of architectural and engineering services, site preparation, constructing, furnishing, equipping such buildings and facilities for use, including heating, plumbing, ventilation, water, sewer, and electrical facilities with necessary connections to existing systems, the construction of sidewalks, and landscaping the grounds. No expenditures may be made for land acquisition costs from appropriations provided for new construction. This category does not include roads and highways constructed under the supervision of the Department of Transportation nor minor park improvements and dams constructed under the supervision of the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
             (2)      "Land acquisition," expenditures authorized for the purchase of land and improvements affixed to the land including lease-purchase agreements of existing facilities. It also includes sewer, street, and curb and gutter improvements that may start at the time of purchase of the land or later result as improvements to the land so acquired.

Source: SL 1965, ch 255, § 3; SL 1967, ch 262, § 2; SL 1995, ch 73, § 2.


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