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JOURNAL OF THE SENATE


CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9
Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution authoriz-
ing and limiting local taxes for water management pur-
poses to not more than one (1) mill.
--and passed with the required constitutional three-fifths vote
of the membership and was ordered engrossed. The action of
the Senate was certified to the House. The vote on passage was:


Yeas-24
Mr. President
Brantley
Firestone
Glisson
Gordon
Hair
Nays-11
Childers, D.
Childers, W. D.
Deeb


Henderson
Johnston
Lane, J.
Lewis
McClain
Myers


Dunn
MacKay
Saunders


Peterson
Poston
Renick
Sayler
Scarborough
Sims


Stolzenburg
Thomas, J.
Tobiassen


Spicola
Thoms, P.
Trask
Vogt
Winn
Zinkld


Ware
Wilson


By unanimous consent Senator Graham was recorded as vot-
Sing yea.
The Honorable Dempsey J. Barron, President June 1975
I am directed to inform the Senate that the House -of
Representatives has concurred in Senate Amendments 1, 2,
8, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22 and 23 and
passed HB 1972, as amended.
has refused to concur in Senate Amendments 9, 12, 18, 20 and
requests the Senate to recede.
By Representatives Hodes and Moore-
HB 1972-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending s.20.15(8)(a) and (4), Florida Statutes, changing the
name of the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education
to the Division of Public Schools; prescribing the method of
appointing division directors in the Department of Education;
amending s.229.512(1), Florida Statutes, providing that the
commissioner's appointment of division directors shall be sub-
ject to approval of the state board; adding subsection (5) to
s.229.551, Florida Statutes, providing for establishment of a
common course designation and numbering system for com-
munity colleges and state universities; amending s.229.8055(3),
Florida Statutes, and adding subsection (6) to said section;
requiring the Bureau of Environmental Education to integrate
environmental education into the general curriculum of all
public school grades; providing for the appointment of an En-
vironmental Education Advisory Council; providing for mem-
bership, meetings and a chairman; providing duties and re-
sponsibilities; providing for expenses of members; amending
.281.80(2) (a), Florida Statutes, increasing from $5 to $7 the
amount of each regular certificate fee deposited in the Pro-
fessional Practices Commission Trust Fund; changing the name
of such fund to the Professional Practices Advisory Council
Trust Fund; amending s.239.451(1), Florida Statutes, providing
for the awarding of certificates when new regents scholarships
are awarded; amending s.239.68, Florida Statutes, creating the
Florida Student Financial Aid Advisory Council; providing an
effective date.

On motions by Senator Gordon, the Senate receded from
Senate Amendments 9, 12, 18 and 20 to HB 1972.
HE 1972 as amended passed and the action of the Senate was
certified to the House. The vote on passage was:
Yeas-80


Brantley Henderson
Childers, D. Johnston
Childers, W.D. Lane,J.
Deeb Lewis
Firestone MacKay
Glisson .McClain
Gordon Peterson
Hair Poston
Nays-None


Renick
Scarborough
Sims
SSpicola
Stolenburg
Thomas, J.
Thomas, P.
Toblassen


Trask
Vogt
Ware
Wilson
Winn
Zinkl


By unanimous consent Senator Graham was recorded as vot-
ing yea.

The Honorable Dempsey J. Barron, President June 8, 1975
I am directed to inform the Senate that the House of Repre-
sentatives has amended Senate Amendments 2 and 6, concurred
in same as further amended and passed HB 1909, as further
amended, and requests the concurrence of the Senate.
Allen Morris, Clerk

By the Committee on Education-
HB 1909-A bill to be entitled An act relating to fixed
capital outlay projects at school plants; providing legislative
intent; providing for allocation of certain moneys for such
projects undertaken by district school boards, community col-
leges, area vocational-technical centers, Board of Trustees of the
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind of the Department of
Education, and institutions under the Board of Regents of the
Division of Universitie of the Department of Education; pro-
viding conditions upa the fnann of such projects; pro-
iding cert limitations; providing appropriations; providing
for severability; providing an effective date.

Senate Amendment 2-On page 1, line 19, strike everything
after the enacting clause and insert: Section 1. The Legislature
hereby finds and determines -that the items and sums desig-
nated in this section shall constitute authorized capital outlay
projects within the meaning and as required by section 9(a),
Art. XII of the State Constitution, as amended, and s.240.141,
Florida Statutes, and any other law. In accordance therewith,
the moneys in the following items are authorized to be ex-
pended for the enumerated authorized fixed capital outlay
projects.
i(1) From moneys becoming available pursuant to the pro-
visions of section 9(a), Art. XII of the State Constitution, as
amended:
(a) Ninety-seven million, eighty-six thousand, five hundred
ninety dollars shall be allocated by the State Board of Educa-
tion through the office of Educational Facilities Construction
to the district school boards of the 67 school districts listed
below. The office of Educational Facilities Construction shall
determine each district's allocation of the amount authorized
in this act using the criteria set forth in s236.084, Florida
Statutes. Funds accruing to each district under this authoriza-
tion shall be considered a part of the annual allocation from
the Florida Education Finance Program for the comprehensive
school construction and debt service program. The office of
Educational Facilities Construction shall request the Comp-
troller to disburse funds to each district and, after the approval
of such request by the Department of Administration, the
Comptroller shall disburse the approved amount to the district's
school fund to be deposited to the credit of the district capital
outlay and construction fund to be established by each district
school board: District of Alachua County, District of Baker
County, District of Bay County, District of Bradford County,
District of Brevard County, District of Broward County, District
of Calhoun County, District of Charlotte County District of Cit-
rus County, District of Clay County, District of Collier County,
District of Columbia County, District of Dade County, District
of DeSoto County, District of Dixie County, District of Duval
County, District of Escambia County, District of Flagler County,
District of Franklin County, District of Gadsden County, District
of Gilchrist County, District of Glades County, District of Gulf
County, District of Hamilton County, District of Hardee
County, District of Hendry County, District of Hernando
County, District of Highlands County, District of Hillsborough
County, District of Holmes County, District of Indian River
County, District of. Jackson County, District of Jefferson
County, District of Lafayette County, District of Lake County,
District of Lee Count,, District of Leon County, District of Levy
County District of Liberty County, District of Madison County,
District of Manatee County, District of MaerisCounty, District
of Martin County, District of Monroe County, District of Nassau
County, District of Okaloosa County, District of Okeechobee
County, District of Orange County, District of Oseola County,
District of Palm Beach County, District of Pasco County Dis-
trit ofat Pineas County, District of Polk County, District Uo Put-
nam County, District of St. Johns County, District of St. Lucie
County, District of Santa Rosa County, District of Sarasota
County, District of Seminole County, District of Sumter
County, District of Suwannee County District of Taylor
County, District of Union County, District of Volusi County,


June 8, 1975




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