Search OpenLegislation Statutes

This entry was published on 2014-09-22
The selection dates indicate all change milestones for the entire volume, not just the location being viewed. Specifying a milestone date will retrieve the most recent version of the location before that date.
Capital plans for court facilities
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 7-A
§ 219. Capital plans for court facilities. The chief executive officer
of each political subdivision of the state specified in paragraph (a) of
subdivision two of section thirty-nine of this chapter shall, not later
than twenty-four months after the effective date of this section,
prepare and submit to the chief administrator an assessment of the
suitability and sufficiency for the transaction of business of the
facilities it furnishes the courts, together with a plan for the
acquisition, design, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
improvement and financing of such facilities and such additional
facilities as may be needed by the unified court system as reasonably
determined by the chief administrator after consultation with the chief
executive officer. In making such determinations, the chief
administrator may establish priorities among the facilities' needs
within each political subdivision if he or she determines that it is
practicable and in the best interests of the unified court system to do
so. Each such assessment and plan shall be in the form prescribed by the
chief administrator and prepared in compliance with such standards and
administrative policies as may be promulgated pursuant to section
twenty-eight of article six of the constitution and shall be subject to
the approval of the court facilities capital review board. Following
such approval, they shall constitute the capital plan for the political
subdivision by which they were prepared.