1. The commission shall develop a comprehensive, multiyear predesign plan for the restoration of the Capitol building, review the plan periodically, and, as appropriate, amend and modify the plan.
The predesign shall:
- identify appropriate and required functions of the Capitol building;
- identify and address space requirements for legislative, executive, and judicial branch functions; and
- identify and address the long-term maintenance and preservation requirements of the Capitol building.
In developing the predesign plan, the commission shall take into account:
- the comprehensive plan for the Minnesota State Capitol Area, as amended in 2010, (www.caapb.state.mn.us)
- the rules governing zoning and design for the Capitol Area,
- citizen access,
- information technology needs,
- energy efficiency,
- security, educational programs including public and school tours, and
- any additional space needs for the efficient operation of state government;
2. The Commission shall develop and implement a comprehensive financial plan to fund the preservation and restoration of the Capitol building.
By January 15 of each year, the commission shall report to the chairs and ranking minority members of the legislative committees with jurisdiction over the commission regarding the activities and efforts of the commission in the preceding calendar year, including recommendations adopted by the commission, the comprehensive financial plan required under paragraph (a), clause (5), and any proposed draft legislation necessary to implement the recommendations of the commission.
The full legislation can be viewed here: 2011, 1st Special Session Chapter 6, Article 4, Sec. 3
Membership of the State Capitol Preservation Commission
(2011, 1st Special Session Chapter 6, Subd. 2: Membership)
- the governor; Governor Mark Dayton
- the lieutenant governor; Lieutenant Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon
- the attorney general; Attorney General Lori Swanson
- the chief justice of the Supreme Court, or the chief justice's designee, who shall be a member of the Supreme Court; Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea (Justice Paul Anderson, designee)
- the majority leader of the senate or the majority leader's designee, who shall be a member of the senate; Majority Leader David Senjem
- The speaker of the house or the speaker's designee, who shall be a member of the house of representatives; Speaker Kurt Zellers (Representative Dean Urdahl, designee)
- two members of the senate, including one member from the majority party appointed by the majority leader and one member from the minority party appointed by the minority leader; Senator Carla Nelson and Senator Ann Rest
- two members of the house of representatives, including one member appointed by the speaker of the house and one member from the minority party appointed by the minority leader; Representative Matt Dean and Representative Mary Murphy
- the chair and ranking minority member of the house of representatives committee with jurisdiction over capital investment and the chair and ranking minority member of the senate committee with jurisdiction over capital investment; Representative Larry Howes, Representative Alice Hausman, Senator David Senjem and Senator Keith Langseth
- the commissioner of administration or the commissioner's designee; Commissioner Spencer Cronk
- the commissioner of public safety or the commissioner's designee; Commissioner Ramona Dohman
- the executive director of the Minnesota Historical Society or the executive director's designee; Director and CEO, D. Stephen Elliott
- the executive secretary of the Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board; Executive Secretary Nancy Stark
- four public members appointed by the governor; Ted Lentz, James Dayton, Dana Badgerow, and Larry Gleason