Appropriation #2008041 $34,926.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue $34,926.00
The Department of Social Services has received $25,127.00 in renewed funds from the Federal Government in the form of the Child Care Quality Initiative. These funds will be used in conjunction with the City of Charlottesville Department of Social Services to create a position that will be housed at the County’s Department of Social Services that will serve both departments under the grant. The revenue from this grant is 100% federal with no local match.
The Department of Social Services has received continued funding provided by the Virginia Community Corps via a federal grant in the form of the Americorps Program. The Americorps worker will serve the Adult Division of the Social Services Department 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 grant award totals $11,950.00 which is 82% federal ($9,799.00) with an 18% ($2,151.00) local match which will be provided from existing appropriated funds in the Social Services Department.
Appropriation #2008042 $5,210.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenues (Donations) $ 5,210.00
At its meeting on October 25, 2007 the School Board approved the following appropriations:
At its meeting on November 8, 2007 the School Board approved the following appropriations:
Appropriation #2008043 $19,000.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue $19,000.00
The Department of Criminal Justice awarded Bedford County a grant in the amount of $95,000.00 to assist in the investigations of Internet Crimes against Children. Bedford has designated Albemarle County as being an area district in the fight against internet crime and is providing the Albemarle County Police Department $19,000.00. These funds will provide overtime, training, and investigation equipment. There is no local match.
Appropriation #2008044 $2,186.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue $ 2,186.00
The State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) reimburses localities for compensation expenses incurred by correctional officers supervising aliens in local and regional jail facilities. Reimbursement is given to localities even though the expenses are incurred by the correctional facility. This is the second year of the program and actual reimbursements have been delayed. In July the County received $18,946.00 for FY06 and subsequently received a supplemental award of $2,186.00.
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