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Connecticut Laws | Title 4b State Real Property
Sec. 4b-30. (Formerly Sec. 4-128). Offices for state agencies. Leases. Compliance.

(b) The Commissioner of Public Works shall have the primary responsibility for ensuring that the lessor of the offices, space or other facilities which are covered by each such lease complies with the provisions of the lease. In carrying out such responsibility the commissioner shall inspect such offices, space and other facilities at least once annually. (150)

Sec. 4b-30a. Sublease of land or buildings and facilities leased to the state. (151)(Text)

(a) The Commissioner of Public Works may, subject to the approval of the State Properties Review Board, sublet land or buildings, or both, and facilities leased to the state to (1) municipalities for municipal use, or (2) private individuals or concerns for private use, when such sublet land or buildings, or both, and facilities are otherwise not used or needed for state use and such action seems desirable to produce income or is otherwise in the public interest. The term of such sublet agreement shall not be extended by the exercise of any option available to the state under the terms of the state's lease. (152)

(b) The commissioner shall deposit all payments received under this section in the General Fund and each such payment shall be credited to the appropriation made from such fund for the lease of such sublet land or buildings, or both, and facilities. (153)

Sec. 4b-31. (Formerly Sec. 4-27b). Colocation and integration of human services. (154)(Text)

For the purposes of this section and subsection (g) of section 3-20 and subsections (a), (b), (c), (e) and (j) of section 4b-23: (155)

(a) "Human services" means adoption and foster care services; advocacy services; alcohol and drug abuse services; case management services; school readiness programs; Head Start programs; family resource centers; child and adult day care; community-based services; community organization services; counseling, guidance and appraisal services; day treatment services; employment, compensatory education, adult education and training; energy payment assistance; family planning services; health services; home care, management and maintenance services; housing services; human resource development services; income assistance; information and referral services; mental health services; mental retardation services; nutrition services; parole supervision; protective services; residential treatment services; services to the blind, the deaf, the developmentally disabled, the disabled, the hearing impaired, the visually impaired, the handicapped, the non-English-speaking and the poor; social development services; social services; special transportation services; and planning, management and evaluation activities related to the services listed in this section. (156)

(b) "Human services agencies" means any state agency, authority, board, commission, committee, council, department, institution or office providing or having cognizance of any human services. (157)

(c) "Colocation" means that representatives of two or more agencies are located in the same building to facilitate consumer access. (158)

(d) "Integration of services" means providing multiproblem consumers who are receiving more than one service with coordinated intake, referral, case management and other services. (159)

(e) Human services shall be provided, wherever feasible, through colocated sites that promote accessibility and integration of services. Each human services agency shall develop a colocation statement indicating the manner in which any planned or requested capital project or program providing intake, referral and case management services addresses the following goals: (1) Accessibility to consumers of human services who rely on public transportation; (2) ability to provide opportunities for colocation of human services agencies with each other and with federal, municipal and private agencies providing human services; (3) ability to provide opportunities for integration of services for multiproblem consumers; and (4) ability to provide cost-effective services. (160)

Sec. 4b-31a. Plan for colocation of family resource centers and school-based health clinics. (161)(Text)

The Commissioners of Education and Public Health shall develop a plan for the colocation, wherever feasible, of family resource centers pursuant to section 10-4o and school-based health clinics, established on or after July 1, 2002, in order to improve access, integrate services and reduce administrative expenses. (162)

Sec. 4b-32. (Formerly Sec. 4-26h). Renewal of state leases. (163)(Text)

All renewals of state leases existing on July 1, 1975, shall be subject to the approval of the commissioner and the State Properties Review Board under regulations to be adopted by said commissioner and said board. (164)

Sec. 4b-33. (Formerly Sec. 4-127b). Disclosure of persons having financial interest in property leased by state. (165)(Text)

(a) Any person, firm, partnership, association, corporation or other entity, seeking to enter into a lease or lease-purchase agreement with the state through the Commissioner of Public Works, shall file a sworn statement with said commissioner disclosing the names of any persons having a financial interest in the property or premises involved, including the beneficiary of any undisclosed trust or the equitable owner of such property or premises. Corporate applicants shall disclose the names and addresses of officers and stockholders, except that this requirement shall not apply to publicly held corporations. (166)

(b) If, before the approval of any such lease, lease-purchase agreement or renewal of such lease or agreement, by the State Properties Review Board, there is a change in the persons or the stockholders of a corporation, having a financial interest in the property or premises involved, the applicant shall submit an affidavit to the Commissioner of Public Works indicating the change, not later than five business days after the change. The commissioner shall forward a copy of such affidavit to the State Properties Review Board upon receipt. (167)

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