Capital Development Board would receive $913M for capital projects under Rauner budget
Nearly 12 percent of the governor's 2019 capital budget request would fund Illinois Capital Development Board projects, according to a state analysis.
In all, the budget includes $912.7 million for the board.
Funding sources include $818 million from the capital development fund, $30 million from the Build Illinois Bond Fund and $50 million from a school construction account.
The Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability analysis lists Gov. Bruce Rauner's funding priorities and analyzes how it would affect the state's long-term debt. Rauner included $7.8 billion for capital projects for 23 agencies.
Capital Development Board capital projects
This list includes projects requiring new appropriations and do not include reappropriations for ongoing capital projects.
|Statewide: deferred maintenance at State facilities||$400,000,000|
|Agencies, Authorities, Boards & Commissions for capital facilities||$160,000,000|
|Statewide: Higher Education grants and deferred maintenance||$121,000,000|
|Chicago Board of Education: vocational construction
|Statewide: grants to School Districts for Lead Abatement||$50,000,000|
|Statewide: Higher Education escalation and emergencies||$25,000,000|
|Educational, scientific, technical and vocational purposes||$20,000,000|
|Open Spaces, recreational, conservation & Water Resource Management||$19,700,000|
|Capital improvements at Quincy Veterans Home & other State facilities||$15,000,000|
|Statewide: Early Childhood Education, including Metropolitan Family Services||$10,300,000|
|eProcurement & ERP, framework and blueprinting||$9,500,000|
|Facilities for childcare, mental & public health,
|Art in Architecture projects||$2,100,000|
|State Police technology purchases||$1,500,000|
|Grants to local governments||$400,000|
|Statewide: timekeeping and payroll system||$300,000|
|Energy Efficiency, ADA upgrades, Hazardous