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§ 1511. State Treasury Armory Fund. (a) Establishment.--There is hereby established in the State Treasury a special revenue fund to be known as the State Treasury Armory Fund. The proceeds from the sale of any armory building, armory site or other real estate used for the State military forces, the proceeds from the sale or lease of timber or other mineral rights at Fort Indiantown Gap or at any other real estate used for the State military forces and the proceeds from the rental of any State armories or other facilities used by the State military forces shall be deposited in the State Treasury Armory Fund. (b) Appropriation.--Moneys in the State Treasury Armory Fund are hereby appropriated to the Department of Military Affairs in such amounts as may be determined annually by the Governor to be used for the purposes specified in subsections (c) and (d). (c) Augmentation to department.--An amount equal to the 1988-1989 rental revenues shall be provided to the department each year from the State Treasury Armory Fund. (d) Expenditures from State Treasury Armory Fund.--The department may expend moneys from the State Treasury Armory Fund for the following purposes: (1) Purchase of equipment, furniture and fixtures for State armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (2) Essential repairs and maintenance of State armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (3) Purchase or rental of lands, buildings or facilities for use as State armories. (4) Construction of new armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (5) Support of environmental projects and programs at Fort Indiantown Gap, any State armory or any other military lands or facilities. (July 11, 1990, P.L.430, No.104, eff. imd.; June 15, 1994, P.L.277, No.47, eff. 60 days) 1994 Amendment. Act 47 amended subsecs. (a) and (d)(1), (2) and (4) and added subsec. (d)(5). 1990 Amendment. Act 104 added section 1511. References in Text. The Department of Military Affairs, referred to in subsec. (b), is now the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-15 > 1511

§ 1511. State Treasury Armory Fund. (a) Establishment.--There is hereby established in the State Treasury a special revenue fund to be known as the State Treasury Armory Fund. The proceeds from the sale of any armory building, armory site or other real estate used for the State military forces, the proceeds from the sale or lease of timber or other mineral rights at Fort Indiantown Gap or at any other real estate used for the State military forces and the proceeds from the rental of any State armories or other facilities used by the State military forces shall be deposited in the State Treasury Armory Fund. (b) Appropriation.--Moneys in the State Treasury Armory Fund are hereby appropriated to the Department of Military Affairs in such amounts as may be determined annually by the Governor to be used for the purposes specified in subsections (c) and (d). (c) Augmentation to department.--An amount equal to the 1988-1989 rental revenues shall be provided to the department each year from the State Treasury Armory Fund. (d) Expenditures from State Treasury Armory Fund.--The department may expend moneys from the State Treasury Armory Fund for the following purposes: (1) Purchase of equipment, furniture and fixtures for State armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (2) Essential repairs and maintenance of State armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (3) Purchase or rental of lands, buildings or facilities for use as State armories. (4) Construction of new armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (5) Support of environmental projects and programs at Fort Indiantown Gap, any State armory or any other military lands or facilities. (July 11, 1990, P.L.430, No.104, eff. imd.; June 15, 1994, P.L.277, No.47, eff. 60 days) 1994 Amendment. Act 47 amended subsecs. (a) and (d)(1), (2) and (4) and added subsec. (d)(5). 1990 Amendment. Act 104 added section 1511. References in Text. The Department of Military Affairs, referred to in subsec. (b), is now the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-15 > 1511

§ 1511. State Treasury Armory Fund. (a) Establishment.--There is hereby established in the State Treasury a special revenue fund to be known as the State Treasury Armory Fund. The proceeds from the sale of any armory building, armory site or other real estate used for the State military forces, the proceeds from the sale or lease of timber or other mineral rights at Fort Indiantown Gap or at any other real estate used for the State military forces and the proceeds from the rental of any State armories or other facilities used by the State military forces shall be deposited in the State Treasury Armory Fund. (b) Appropriation.--Moneys in the State Treasury Armory Fund are hereby appropriated to the Department of Military Affairs in such amounts as may be determined annually by the Governor to be used for the purposes specified in subsections (c) and (d). (c) Augmentation to department.--An amount equal to the 1988-1989 rental revenues shall be provided to the department each year from the State Treasury Armory Fund. (d) Expenditures from State Treasury Armory Fund.--The department may expend moneys from the State Treasury Armory Fund for the following purposes: (1) Purchase of equipment, furniture and fixtures for State armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (2) Essential repairs and maintenance of State armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (3) Purchase or rental of lands, buildings or facilities for use as State armories. (4) Construction of new armories and other structures and facilities to be utilized by the Pennsylvania National Guard. (5) Support of environmental projects and programs at Fort Indiantown Gap, any State armory or any other military lands or facilities. (July 11, 1990, P.L.430, No.104, eff. imd.; June 15, 1994, P.L.277, No.47, eff. 60 days) 1994 Amendment. Act 47 amended subsecs. (a) and (d)(1), (2) and (4) and added subsec. (d)(5). 1990 Amendment. Act 104 added section 1511. References in Text. The Department of Military Affairs, referred to in subsec. (b), is now the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

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