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Connecticut Laws | Title 32 Commerce And Economic And Community Development
CHAPTER 588c INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BONDS
Sec. 32-142. State Bond Commission authority re private activity bonds.

(b) When the General Assembly is not in regular or special session, the State Bond Commission may, for the then existing calendar year only, in response to a recommendation from the Governor or on its own initiative, modify any private activity bond allocation established under section 32-141 upon determining that such action would be in the best interests of the state. The commission may conduct a public hearing before making any such modification. (1362)

Secs. 32-143 to 32-149. (1363)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1364)

CHAPTER 588d EMPLOYEE OWNERSHIP TRUST FUND (1365)(Text)

Secs. 32-150 and 32-151. Loans and loan subsidies for employee groups for business purchases; regulations. Employee Ownership Trust Fund. (1366)(Text)

Sections 32-150 and 32-151 are repealed. (1367)

Secs. 32-152 to 32-155. (1368)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1369)

CHAPTER 588e NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT CAPITAL ASSISTANCE FUND (1370)(Text)

Secs. 32-156 and 32-157. Northeast Connecticut Capital Assistance Fund; definitions; revolving loans; regulations. Bond issue. (1371)(Text)

Sections 32-156 and 32-157 are repealed. (1372)

Secs. 32-158 and 32-159. (1373)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1374)

CHAPTER 588f EXPORTERS REVOLVING LOAN FUND (1375)(Text)

Secs. 32-160 to 32-163. Exporters Revolving Loan Fund. (1376)(Text)

Sections 32-160 to 32-163, inclusive, are repealed. (1377)

Secs. 32-164 to 32-169. (1378)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1379)

CHAPTER 588g JOB TRAINING COORDINATION (1380)(Text)

Secs. 32-170 and 32-171. Connecticut Job Training Coordinating Council. Service delivery areas. (1381)(Text)

Sections 32-170 and 32-171 are repealed. (1382)

Secs. 32-172 to 32-174. (1383)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1384)

CHAPTER 588h SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH ASSISTANCE (1385)(Text)

Secs. 32-175 and 32-176. (1386)(Text)

Transferred to Chapter 588r, Secs. 32-344 and 32-345. (1387)

Secs. 32-177 to 32-179. (1388)(Text)

Reserved for future use. (1389)

CHAPTER 588i CONNECTICUT-ISRAEL EXCHANGE COMMISSION (1390)(Text)

Sec. 32-180. Connecticut-Israel Exchange Commission. Membership. Organization. (1391)(Text)

(a) There is established the Connecticut-Israel Exchange Commission. The commission shall be within the Department of Economic and Community Development for the purpose of promoting and expanding economic, scientific, educational, technological, commercial, industrial and cultural cooperation and exchange between the state of Connecticut and the state of Israel. (1392)

(b) The Connecticut-Israel Exchange Commission shall be comprised of: (1) The Governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives, the president pro tempore of the Senate, the majority leader of the House of Representatives, the majority leader of the Senate, the minority leader of the House of Representatives, the minority leader of the Senate, or their designees, and the cochairmen and ranking members of the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to economic development and education; (2) the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development, or his designee; (3) two public members appointed by the Governor; and (4) two members appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives, two members appointed by the president pro tempore of the Senate, two members appointed by the minority leader of the House of Representatives and two members appointed by the minority leader of the Senate. Of the members appointed under subdivision (4) of this subsection, each appointing authority shall appoint one member from the public and one member from the General Assembly. The Governor shall appoint from among the members of the commission a chairperson who shall serve in that capacity at the pleasure of the Governor. (1393)

(c) The first appointments shall be made on or before July 1, 1988. The term of each appointed member shall be coterminous with the appointing authority or until a successor is chosen, whichever is longer. Vacancies shall be filled by the appointing authority. (1394)

(d) The members of the commission shall receive no compensation for their services but shall be reimbursed for any reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. (1395)

(e) The commission shall organize itself in such manner as it deems desirable and necessary. Seven members of the commission shall constitute a quorum and the affirmative vote of a majority of the members present at a meeting shall be necessary to take any action or adopt any motion or resolution. (1396)

Sec. 32-181. Powers and functions. (1397)(Text)

The commission shall have the following powers and functions: (1398)

(1) To request and obtain from any department, board, commission or other agency of the state or of any municipality, authority or other political subdivision within the state such assistance and data as will enable it to carry out the purposes of this chapter; (1399)

(2) To accept any federal funds granted for all or any of the purposes of this chapter; (1400)

(3) To accept any gifts, donations, bequests or grants of funds from private and public agencies for all or any of the purposes of this chapter; (1401)

(4) To create committees necessary for the performance of responsibilities pursuant to this chapter and to appoint members thereto; (1402)

(5) To work with representatives from the state of Israel in forming a counterpart to the commission in the state of Israel; (1403)

(6) To work with its counterpart organization in the state of Israel and with the business, financial and academic communities in the state to encourage and schedule visits, conferences and exchanges between the state and the state of Israel concerning industrial development, commerce and trade, culture, science and technology, medicine and health care research and education; and (1404)

(7) To perform such other acts as may be necessary and appropriate to promote mutual prosperity, development and understanding between the state of Connecticut and the state of Israel. (1405)

Sec. 32-182. Assistance from the Department of Economic and Community Development. Contributions from private agencies. (1406)(Text)

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