(1) “Agency”, any state educational institution as defined by section 176.010 of the state of
(2) “Board”, the state board of public buildings;
(3) “Instrumentalities”, any elected official of the state, state office, state agency or any individual
who spends more than fifty percent of his time in work for the state that receives
all or any part of its funds or compensation from appropriated funds of this state;
(4) “Net income and revenues”, at the discretion of the board, any of the following: the income arising from the
operation of a project remaining after providing for the costs of operation of the
project and the costs of maintenance thereof; appropriations of the general assembly
for the payment of bonds issued by the board for any project; or, in the case of
energy retrofitting projects, the income arising from agreement between the board
of public buildings and the department responsible for the operation of the facility;
(5) “Project”, one or more office buildings or other structures, renovations, improvements and
equipping of such buildings and structures and any other facilities for the use and
occupancy of the agencies and instrumentalities of the state, and energy retrofitting
projects in state-owned facilities or any eating facilities upon proper bids, at the
rental costs that the board determines to be reasonable and necessary under the provisions
of sections 8.660 to 8.670;
(6) “Revenue bonds”, bonds issued hereunder for the purposes herein authorized and payable, both as to
principal and interest, solely and only out of net income and revenues relating to
any project, and, in addition thereto, in the discretion of the board, out of the
proceeds of any grant in aid of the project which may be received from any source.
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