Attachment A


Appropriation #2005030                                                                                                                        $422,000.00

This funding allocates $422,000.00 to provide funding for improvements to Key West Dam and Sunridge Road.


Appropriation #2005031                                                                                                                         $13,857.00

The County has received funds from the Federal Government in the form of the AmeriCorps Program. The AmeriCorps worker will serve the Adult Division of Albemarle County Department of Social Services to help achieve the following strategic goals of the agency: Develop and implement strategies focused on prevention and early intervention and ensure that all services meet the need of the changing demographics of the community. The revenues from this grant are 85% federal with a 15% local match.


AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs that engage more than 50,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. AmeriCorps members serve through more than 2,100 nonprofits, public agencies, and faith-based organizations. They tutor and mentor youth, build affordable housing, teach computer skills, clean parks and streams, run after-school programs, and help communities respond to disasters. Created in 1993, AmeriCorps is part of the Corporation for National and Community Service, which also oversees Senior Corps and Learn and Service America. Together these programs engage more than 2 million Americans of all ages and backgrounds in service each year.


Appropriation #2005032                                                                                                                           $7,580.00

Woodbrook Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $2,500.00 from the Woodbrook Elementary School PTO.  This donation will be used to pay for a teaching assistant to work one additional hour per day.  Woodbrook also received a donation in the amount of $500.00 from Sarah and John Lloyd.  This donation will be used by the School Community Group to fund activities for the students at Woodbrook Elementary School.


Henley Middle School received a donation from the Henley Middle School PTO in the amount of $3,580.00.  These funds will be used for salaries for the At-Risk Program and library night.


School program funding in the amount of $1,000.00 is needed to correct the amount on APP2005013 that was approved at the October 6 Board of Supervisors meeting.


Appropriation #2005033                                                                                                                           $6,638.50

The JCFRA donated $10,000.00 in FY 2001 to be used for the rehabilitation bus. These funds have not been fully expended and require the balance of $6,638.50 to be reappropriated.


Appropriation #2005034                                                                                                                         $84,618.00

This appropriation allocates $84,618.00 to upgrade the Emergency 911 Telephone System. This upgrade will allow the ECC to move their present system up two levels in technology. Funding would cover the purchase of new CML 5.0 software as well as replacement hardware. This enhancement provides new functions, including wireless technology. It will allow telephone systems to automatically provide rebid of caller location of the Phase II wireless caller. This function is currently done manually by the Communications Officer on each call.


Appropriation #2005035                                                                                                                           $6,820.00

Funding in the amount of $6,820.00 was approved by the Board of Supervisors at the September 1, 2004 meeting to supplement the salary of the Sheriff.


Appropriation #2005036                                                                                                                         $30,000.00

The Department of Justice has awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $30,000.00 to purchase 6 Mobile Data Computers (MDCs) for use by the School Resource Officers (SROs). The MDCs will allow the officers to run their own vehicle license checks, drivers license checks, and State/NCIC wanted checks. Increased efficiency and effectiveness should improve public safety and the quality of our local schools. There is a 50% local match that will expended from the CIP.


Appropriation #2005037                                                                                                                                $90.00

This appropriation is needed to recognize $90.00 in additional State revenue for the SPCA Sterilization Fund.


Appropriation #2005038                                                                                                                     $1,912,286.00

This provides funding for the Regional Mobile Data Computer Project.  This program provides public safety vehicles with laptop computers and mobile data technology.  These computers give public safety personnel working in the Albemarle County community access to motor vehicle and drivers license information, local criminal history information, warrants and wanted persons checks nationwide, the regional records management system, computer aided dispatch data, fire incident data, and hazardous materials storage locations. In addition, the computers provide reporting templates for completing reports in the vehicle that can be reviewed by supervisors in the field and later uploaded to our records system without additional data entry, voiceless dispatch capability and the ability to share information with other public safety personnel without voice radio transmissions, and the ability to email, plan and communicate with anyone on the mobile data computer system including regional partners and any other public safety agency that may be granted access for homeland security purposes or emergency situations. The system also increases the ability of incident commanders to effectively manage scene operations, resources, and provide up to the second information critical to the decision making process. Of the total amount needed for this project, $1.0 million dollars is from a Homeland Security Grant, with the City, County and University sharing the remainder of the necessary funds.  The City’s contribution is $274,084, the University’s $162,081 and the County’s $476,122. The County’s share will come from budgeted funds in the Capital Improvement Program.


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