5-15 STATE CAPITOL AND GROUNDS
STATE CAPITOL AND GROUNDS
Capitol Complex Restoration and Beautification Commission--Duty to enlarge and
Direction and supervision of commission by Bureau of Administration--Independent
Definition of terms.
Appointment and terms of commission members.
Oath and bond of commission members.
Meetings of commission--Chair and secretary--Reports to Governor and Legislature.
Compensation and expenses of commission members.
Employment of personnel--Supplies and equipment.
Plans for enlargement, restoration, and beautification of complex.
Development of areas adjacent to capitol complex--Long-range plan.
Publications by commission--Maps, surveys, and studies.
Acceptance and use of contributions.
Plats and surveys of capitol complex--Opening and vacating streets and alleys--Utility facilities.
Acquisition and management of property for enlarged complex.
Donation of property by city of Pierre.
Hilger's Gulch condemnation validated.
Board to determine location of any new building in capitol complex.
Commission power to execute contracts and instruments.
Lease and management of property acquired by commission.
Sale of excess property by commission--Advertising and notice--Bids and offers.
Sale of property to public agencies--Advertisement not required--Approval by Board
Destruction and disposal of buildings.
Promulgation of rules for complex restoration and beautification.
Supervision of improvements and extensions of capitol grounds and buildings.
5-15-25.1 to 5-15-25.3. Repealed.
Maintenance and protection of buildings and grounds--Employment of personnel.
Procurement of office space outside capitol building.
Working capital account for maintenance of buildings and grounds.
Reimbursement by agencies of depreciation and maintenance costs.
Building depreciation fund--Expenditures.
Public buildings fund--Deposit of proceeds from sale or lease of public lands.
Expenditures from maintenance working capital account.
5-15-31 to 5-15-33. Repealed.
Promulgation of rules for conduct in capitol complex and grounds.
Violation of rule as petty offense.
Policy-making and oversight duties of commission.
Renovation plans--Commission approval.
5-15-37 to 5-15-41. Repealed.
Historic areas of capitol building--Protection and preservation--Restoration projects.
Alteration or covering of historic area prohibited--Public access--Exceptions.
"Historic area traditionally open to the public" defined.
"Historic area" defined.
Control of areas traditionally reserved to Governor, Legislature, and Supreme Court.
Centennial Cultural Heritage Center established in Pierre.
Bust of Peter Norbeck.
Statue of General William Henry Harrison Beadle.