General Assembly: 75 (1993 Regular GA) - Chapter 118 - Aviation authority bonds

Published: 1993-05-11

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AN ACT relating to tuition reimbursements of postsecondary institutions by school districts under the postsecondary enrollment options Act and membership in organizations relat- ing to duties of a board of directors of a school corporation.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 261C.8, Code 1993, is amended to read as follows: 261C.8 PROHIBITION ON CHARGES. An eligible postsecondary institution that enrolls an eligible pupil under this chapter shall

not charge that pupil for tuition, textbooks, materials, or fees directly related to the course in which the pupil is enrolled except that the pupil may be required to purchase equipment that becomes the property of the pupil. However,!! the~ fails to complete and receive credit for the course, the ~ ~ responsible for all costs directly related to the course as provided !!!_section 261C.6 and shall reimburse the school district for its costs. !! the ~ ~ under eighteen years of age, the pupil's parent, guardian, or custodian shall sign the stu- dent registration form indicating that the parent, guardian, or custodian~ responsible for all costs directly related to the course, !! the pupil fails to complete and receive credit for the course.

!! the local area education agency verifies that the~ was unable to complete the course for reasons including but not limited to the pupil's physical incapacity, death in the family, or the pupil's move to another school district, a verification~ the area education agency shall constitute~ waiver to the requirement that the pupil, pupil's parent, guardian, or legal custo- dian ~ the costs of the course to the school district.

Sec. 2. NEW SECTION. 261C.9 TUITION REFUND. An eligible postsecondary institution shall make pro rata adjustments to tuition reimburse-

ment amounts based upon federal guidelines established pursuant to 20 U.S.C. § 1091b.

Sec. 3. NEW SECTION. 279.38A MEMBERSHIP IN OTHER ORGANIZATIONS. Duly elected members of boards of directors and designated administrators of school corpo-

rations may join, including the payment of dues, and participate in local, regional, and national organizations which directly relate to the functions of the board of directors.

Approved May 11, 1993


H.F. 472

AN ACT relating to bonds issued by airport authorities.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 330A.9, subsections 1 and 2, Code 1993, are amended to read as follows: 1. The bonds issued by an authority pursuant to this chapter shall be authorized by resolu-

tion of the board thePeef and shall be either term or serial bonds, shall bear such date or dates, mature at such time or times, not exceeding forty years from their respective dates, bear interest at such rate or rates, not exceeding that permitted by chapter 74A payable semiannually, be


in such denominations, be in such form, either coupon or fully registered, shall carry such regis- tration, exchangeability and interchangeability privileges, be payable in such medium of pay- ment and at such place or places, within or without the state, be subject to such terms of redemp- tion and be entitled to such priorities on the revenues, rates, fees, rentals, or other charges or receipts of the authority as sueh the resolution or any subsequent resolution sabse~JaeHt thePete may provide. The bonds shallbe executed either by manual or facsimile signature by sueh the officers as an authority shall determine, provided that sueh the bonds shall bear at least one signature which is manually executed thereon, and the coupons attached to sueh the bonds shall bear the facsimile signature or signatures of sueh the officer or officers as shall be designated by an authority and the bonds shall have the seal of the authority, affixed, imprinted, reproduced, or lithographed thereon, all as may be prescribed in sueh the resolu- tion or resolutions. Said The bonds shall may be sold at public or private sale at Slieh the price or prices as the authority shall determine to be in the best interests of the authority pPevided that sueh beBds shall Bet be saki M less thftft the pal' ¥alae thePeef, plti& aeePaed iHtePest aBEl pPevidea that: However, the net interest cost shall not exceed that permitted by chapter 7 4A. Pending the preparation of definitive bonds, interim certificates or temporary bonds may be issued to the purchaser or purchasers of sueh the bonds, and may contain Slieh terms and conditions as the authority may determine.

2. An authority shall have the power, at any time and from time to time after the issuance of bonds thePeef shall have been authorized, to borrow money for the purposes for which sueh the bonds are to be issued in anticipation of the receipt of the proceeds of the sale of sueh the bonds and within the authorized maximum amount of sueh the bond issue. Any Slieb loan shall be paid within three years after the date of the initial loan. Bond anticipation notes shall be issued for all moneys se borrowed under the pPevisieHs ef this section, and Slieb the notes may be renewed from time to time, but all Slieb renewal notes shall mature within the time above limited for the payment of the initial loan. Saeh The notes shall be authorized by reso- lution of the board and shall be in such denomination or denominations, shall bear interest at such rate or rates not exceeding the maximum rate permitted by the resolution authorizing the issuance of the bonds, shall be in such form and shall be executed in such manner, all as Slieb the authority shall prescribe. Stieh The notes shall may be sold at public or private sale or, if sueh the notes shall be renewal notes, they may be exchanged for notes then outstanding on such terms as the board shall determine. The board may, in its discretion, retire fl:ftY" Slieb the notes from the revenues derived from its aviation facilities or from Slieb other moneys of the authority which are lawfully available thePefeP or from a combination of each, in lieu of retiring them by means of bond proceedst ppevidea, heweveP, that: However, before the retirement of Slieb the notes by any means other than the issuance of bonds it shall amend or repeal the resolution authorizing the issuance of the bonds, in anticipation of the proceeds of the sale of which sueh the notes shall ha¥e beeft were issued, so as to reduce the authorized amount of the bond issue by the amount of the notes se retired. Stieh The amendatory or repeal- ing resolution shall take takes effect upon its passage.

Approved May 11, 1993



H.F. 599


AN ACT allowing the use of mobile transmitters to hunt coyotes and subjecting violators to an existing scheduled fine.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 481A.24, Code 1993, is amended to read as follows: 481A.24 USE OF MOBILE TRANSMITTER PROHIBITED. A person who is hunting shall not use a mobile radio transmitter to communicate the loca-

tion or direction of game or fur-bearing animals or to ee erEliBate coordinate the movement of other hunters. This section does not apply to the hunting of coyotes frem JaBuary l threugh M8Peh 31- except during the shotgun deer season as set ~ the commission under section 481A.38.

Approved May 11, 1993


H.F. 692

AN ACT placing a moratorium on construction and operation of certain commercial waste incinerators and providing an effective date.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:


1. The department shall not grant a permit for the construction or operation of a commer- cial waste incinerator until such time as the department or the United States environmental protection agency adopts rules which establish safe emission standards for releases of toxic air emissions from commercial waste incinerators.

2. For purposes of this section: a. "Commercial waste incinerator" means an incinerator which burns waste, at least one-

third of which is waste as defined by paragraph "c", and the owner or operator of the incinera- tor derives at least one-third of its expenditures or profits from the incineration of the waste as defined in paragraph "c". A commercial waste incinerator does not include those facilities that use incineration as an emission control device to comply with the federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 or those facilities which use incineration only as part of their waste reduc- tion programs for reducing waste produced by that facility.

b. "Incinerator" means any enclosed combustion device including a boiler, an industrial fur- nace, a waste-to-energy facility, a kiln, and a cogeneration unit.

c. "Waste" means toxic or hazardous waste as identified and included in the consolidated chemical list pursuant to Title III of the federal Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986, or substances which have been treated with a toxic or hazardous waste. "Waste" does not include waste oil which is burned under federal environmental protection agency guide- lines for purposes of volume reduction, heat production, or energy cogeneration.

Sec. 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Act, being deemed of immediate importance, takes effect upon enactment.

Approved May 11, 1993