SB 0759 Requires all public office spaces not utilized by state employees to be leased to the highest bidder
LR Number:3412S.01I Fiscal Note:3412-01
Committee:Financial and Governmental Organization
Last Action:02/07/00 - Hearing Scheduled But Not Heard S Financial & Journal page:
Governmental Organizations Committee-Consent
Effective Date:August 28, 2000
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Current Bill Summary

SB 759 - This act requires all unoccupied public office space controlled by the state to be leased to the highest bidder. Under the act, a successful bidder will be entitled to the exclusive use of the public office space for a year. The bidder is also entitled to use the parking area accompanying the public office space. Revenues generated from leasing the public office spaces shall be used for: 1) defraying expenses related to enforcing the act; 2) maintaining the public office space; and 3) the blind pension fund. The act allows taxpayers to enforce the act by filing an action in a circuit court. All public bids will be offered and awarded by the Office of Administration.