SB 2858

  • Rhode Island Senate Bill
  • 2024 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Mar 22, 2024
  • Passed Senate Apr 11, 2024
  • Passed House May 14, 2024
  • Governor

An Act Authorizing The City Of Providence To Issue Not To Exceed $400,000,000 General Obligation Bonds And Notes To Finance The Construction, Related Demolition, Renovation, Improvement, Alteration, Repair, Landscaping, Furnishing And Equipping Of Schools And School Facilities Throughout The City And All Costs Related Thereto, Subject To Approval Of State Housing Aid At A Reimbursement Rate Or State Share Ratio Of Not Less Than 75% At The Time Of Issuance And Provided That The Authorization Shall Be Reduced By The Amount Of Certain Grants Received From State Bond Proceeds, From The Rhode Island Department Of Education Or From The Rhode Island School Building Authority

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May 17, 2024

Senate

05/17/2024 Referred to Senate Finance

May 14, 2024

House

05/14/2024 House passed Sub A

May 10, 2024

House

05/10/2024 Placed on House Calendar (05/14/2024)

May 09, 2024

Rhode Island General Assembly

05/09/2024 Committee recommends passage of Sub A

May 08, 2024

Rhode Island General Assembly

05/08/2024 Proposed Substitute

May 06, 2024

Rhode Island General Assembly

05/06/2024 Meeting postponed (05/07/2024)

Rhode Island General Assembly

05/06/2024 Scheduled for consideration (05/09/2024)

May 03, 2024

Rhode Island General Assembly

05/03/2024 Scheduled for consideration

Apr 18, 2024

House

04/18/2024 Referred to House Finance

Apr 11, 2024

Senate

04/11/2024 Senate read and passed

Apr 05, 2024

Senate

04/05/2024 Placed on Senate Calendar (04/11/2024)

Apr 04, 2024

Rhode Island General Assembly

04/04/2024 Committee recommends passage

Mar 29, 2024

Rhode Island General Assembly

03/29/2024 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration (04/04/2024)

Mar 22, 2024

Senate

03/22/2024 Introduced, referred to Senate Finance

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2858  SUB A PDF

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