Chapter 46 of the Acts of 2013 as further amended by sections 47-50 of Chapter 10 of the Acts of 2015 is hereby amended by striking in its entirety subsection (i) and replacing it with the following subsection:
(i) The Massachusetts Port Authority Community Advisory Committee may incur annual expenses, not to exceed five hundred thousand dollars in the fiscal year commencing July first, two thousand and seventeen and continuing annually thereafter for expenses incurred in the performance of its duties and obligations under paragraphs (e) and (g), and for personnel, including technical assistance and office expenses under paragraph (h). Such annual expenses shall be submitted to the authority on or before March thirty-one of each year, and the authority shall transfer the amount requested to the Massachusetts Port Authority Community Advisory Committee on July first of each year thereafter or on a mutually agreed upon schedule no less than quarterly. Any balance remaining in the accounts of the Community Advisory Committee on June thirtieth of any fiscal year shall be returned to the authority or retained as a credit toward the next annual expense budget of the Community Advisory Committee in the discretion of the authority. After the initial transfer date, the maximum level of Community Advisory Committee expenses may be increased from time to time upon review and approval by the authority of the justification for such increases as submitted by the Community Advisory Committee.
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