Florida Senate - 2022 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
Bill No. HB 5301
Senate . House
The Committee on Appropriations (Albritton) recommended the
1 Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
3 Delete everything after the enacting clause
4 and insert:
5 Section 1. Subsection (2) of section 265.111, Florida
6 Statutes, is amended to read:
7 265.111 Capitol Complex; monuments.—
8 (2) The construction and placement of a monument on the
9 premises of the Capitol Complex, as defined in s. 281.01, is
10 prohibited unless authorized by general law and unless the
11 design and placement of the monument is approved,
12 Department of Management Services after considering the
13 recommendations of the Department of Management Services and the
14 Florida Historical Commission, pursuant to s. 267.0612(9), by
15 each of the following officers, or his or her designee:
16 (a) The Governor.
17 (b) The Attorney General.
18 (c) The Chief Financial Officer.
19 (d) The Commissioner of Agriculture.
20 (e) The President of the Senate.
21 (f) The Speaker of the House of Representatives.
23 The Department of Management Services shall coordinate with the
24 Division of Historical Resources of the Department of State
25 regarding a monument’s design and placement subject to the
26 division’s powers and duties under s. 267.031.
27 Section 2. Subsection (9) of section 267.0612, Florida
28 Statutes, is amended to read:
29 267.0612 Florida Historical Commission; creation;
30 membership; powers and duties.—In order to enhance public
31 participation and involvement in the preservation and protection
32 of the state’s historic and archaeological sites and properties,
33 there is created within the Department of State the “Florida
34 Historical Commission.” The commission shall serve in an
35 advisory capacity to the director of the Division of Historical
36 Resources to assist the director in carrying out the purposes,
37 duties, and responsibilities of the division, as specified in
38 this chapter.
39 (9) The commission shall provide recommendations to the
40 Governor, the Attorney General, the Chief Financial Officer, the
41 Commissioner of Agriculture, the President of the Senate, and
42 the Speaker of the House of Representatives Department of
43 Management Services on the design and placement of monuments
44 authorized by general law to be placed on the premises of the
45 Capitol Complex pursuant to s. 265.111.
46 Section 3. Section 272.09, Florida Statutes, is amended to
48 272.09 Management, maintenance, and upkeep of Capitol
50 (1) For purposes of this section, the term “Capitol
51 Complex” means the portion of the Capitol Center, commonly
52 referred to as the Capitol, the Historic Capitol, the Senate
53 Office Building, the House Office Building, the Knott Building,
54 the Pepper Building, and the curtilage of each, including the
55 state-owned lands and public streets adjacent thereto within an
56 area bounded by and including Monroe Street, Jefferson Street,
57 Duval Street, and Gaines Street.
58 (2) The management, maintenance, and upkeep of the Capitol
59 Center as described defined in s. 272.03 , are hereby vested in
60 and made the direct obligation of the Department of Management
61 Services, which shall have authority to do all things necessary
62 to satisfactorily accomplish these functions, including the
63 employment of a superintendent of grounds and buildings and
64 other employees; the establishment of central repair and
65 maintenance shops; and the designation or appointment of
66 nonsalaried advisory committees to advise with them.
67 (3) By December 1, 2022, and annually thereafter, the
68 Department of Management Services shall submit to the Governor,
69 the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of
70 Representatives a report detailing the maintenance and upkeep
71 for the Capitol Complex. The report must identify, for the last
72 completed fiscal year, the current fiscal year, and the upcoming
73 fiscal year:
74 (a) The Capitol Complex maintenance and repairs completed
75 or planned.
76 (b) Any necessary structural modifications, security
77 improvements, and major repairs to the Capitol Complex.
78 (c) The costs or cost estimates for all items identified in
79 paragraphs (a) and (b).
80 (d) The schedule for commencement and completion of the
81 items identified in paragraphs (a) and (b).
82 (4)(a) In response to a state of emergency declared
83 pursuant to s. 252.36, the Department of Management Services
84 must consult with the Governor, the President of the Senate, and
85 the Speaker of the House of Representatives before closing or
86 reopening access to any portion of the Capitol Complex to the
87 public or to the employees assigned to work in that portion of
88 the Capitol Complex.
89 (b) The Department of Management Services may not close or
90 reopen access to any portion of the Capitol Complex used for
91 legislative business without the approval of the President of
92 the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
93 Section 4. This act shall take effect July 1, 2022.
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96 And the title is amended as follows:
97 Delete everything before the enacting clause
98 and insert:
99 A bill to be entitled
100 An act relating to the Capitol Complex; amending s.
101 265.111, F.S.; prohibiting the construction and
102 placement of a monument on the premises of the Capitol
103 Complex unless the design and placement of such
104 monument is approved by certain persons after
105 considering the recommendations of certain entities;
106 amending s. 267.0612, F.S.; revising the entities to
107 which the Florida Historical Commission shall provide
108 certain recommendations; amending s. 272.09, F.S.;
109 defining the term “Capitol Complex”; requiring the
110 Department of Management Services to annually submit a
111 report detailing the maintenance and upkeep for the
112 Capitol Complex to the Governor and the Legislature by
113 a specified date; providing specifications for the
114 report; requiring the Department of Management
115 Services to consult with the Governor and the
116 Legislature before closing and reopening areas within
117 the Capitol Complex during a declared state of
118 emergency; prohibiting the department from closing or
119 reopening areas within the Capitol Complex used for
120 legislative business without the approval of the
121 Legislature; providing an effective date.