2012 Arkansas Code
Title 22 - Public Property
Chapter 3 - Public Buildings and Other Facilities
Subchapter 5 - -- Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission
§ 22-3-501 - Definitions.

AR Code § 22-3-501 (2012) What's This?

As used in this subchapter:

(1) "Project" means expenditures for capital construction or for capital improvements, including landscaping on the State Capitol grounds, but shall not include:

(A) Renovations, improvements, or remodeling within the interior of structures now existing on the State Capitol grounds;

(B) Repair or maintenance that does not substantially change the existing use of space on the State Capitol grounds, that does not add additional square footage to existing buildings or facilities, and that does not change exterior building design; or

(C) Individual plantings within an established landscaping plan that do not alter the overall plan concept;

(2) "Project" or "capital improvement project" means and includes the location of memorials, fountains, monuments, sculptures, and other works of art, including proposals for the relocation of any fountains, memorials, or monuments and similar facilities on the State Capitol grounds;

(3) "State agency" means any state board, commission, department, or any division thereof authorized by law to engage in capital construction or improvement projects on the State Capitol grounds; and

(4) (A) "State Capitol grounds" means all land, parking areas, and streets which are under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of State.

(B) This shall include the land, parking areas, and streets surrounding the State Capitol Building, the Capitol Hill Building, the Grounds Operations shop, and other land that is maintained by the Secretary of State.

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