Attachment A

 

Appropriation #2009019                                                                                                                                                                                $  1,080,770.89

 

                        Revenue Source:            Local Revenue                           $     416,309.62

                                                            ECC Fund Balance                           174,659.80

                                                            Mobile Data Fund Balance                 489,801.47

 

The Emergency Communications Center had the following uncompleted projects at the end of FY 2008 that will need to be reappropriated to FY 2009:

 

·         Computer Aided Dispatch and Records Systems Review - $50,000.00

·         Prototype remote call taker workstation - $20,000.00

·         Replacement of current ECC Building Security System - $100,000.00

·         Shelter Training for Local Agencies - $3,000.00

·         Unexpended Emergency Management Grant Funding - $1,659.80

·         Mobile Data Project - $906,111.09

 

 

 Appropriation #2009020                                                                                                                                                                                $  244,248.80

 

Revenue Source:            General Fund Balance                $     217,503.80

                                                            Vehicle Replacement Fund Bal.           26,745.00

 

Several departments had funding for projects approved in FY 2008 that had not been completed as of June 30, 2008.  This request reappropriates the remaining balances for the uncompleted projects for which purchase orders were outstanding as of June 30, 2008.

 

 

Appropriation #2009021                                                                                                                                                                                   $  265,993.06

 

                        Revenue Source:            State Revenue                           $    140,101.19

                                                            Federal Revenue                                59,772.28

                                                            Other Fund Balances                         66,119.59

                       

The following grants and seized asset accounts had not expended all funding as of June 30, 2008 and will require reappropriation.  No additional local funding is required.

 

·         In FY 2008, the Department of Motor Vehicles awarded the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Department a grant in the amount of $9,000.00 with a local match of $2,328.00 for a total grant award of $11,328.00.  The purpose of this grant was to assist in overtime expenses and vehicle costs for officers conducting speed checks on primary and secondary roads.  The balance to bring forward into FY 2009 is $2,109.37.

·         Seized asset monies were received from the Department of Criminal Justice Services for the Police Department ($43,469.93) and Commonwealth Attorney ($11,363.18).  These monies will be used to purchase evidence equipment and traffic enforcement items for the Police Department and office supplies, furniture, and training/conferences for the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office.

·         The Riparian Buffer Restoration grant provides funds to match local expenditures to restore riparian stream buffers.  Under this grant, landowners can request 50% reimbursement for the labor and materials of adding new buffer plantings on their property.  To date, we have approved projects that commit $120,240.65 in cost share funds.  The unexpended balance to bring forward into FY 2009 is $137,991.82.

·         In FY 2007 State Farm awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant contribution in the amount of $5,000.00.  The purpose of this grant was to hold training events and to purchase equipment to enhance the Police Department Tactical Unit.  The balance to bring forward into FY 2009 is $1,837.30.

·         In FY 2007, the Department of Justice awarded the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Department a grant in the amount of $29,617.00 with a local match of $166.54 for a total grant award of $29,783.54.  The purpose of this grant was to purchase automated external defibrillators, Alzheimer tracking bands, and digital video equipment and cameras.  The balance to bring forward for FY 2009 is $8,884.19.

·         In FY 2007, the U.S. Department of Justice awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $15,847.00.  The purpose of this grant was to assist in funding overtime hours by current officers in support of reducing crime and improvement of public safety with more “Community Policing”.  The amount to bring forward for FY 2009 is $15,124.57.

·         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 Albemarle County $19,000.00.  The amount to be brought forward for FY 2009 is $7,305.13.

·         The U.S. Department of Criminal Justice awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $26,235.00 in FY 2006 to assist in the funding of overtime hours in an effort to reduce crime and improve safety with more “Community Policing”.  The amount to bring forward for FY 2009 is $1,438.96.

·         In FY 2008, the U.S. Department of Justice awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $23,557.00.  The purpose of this grant was to assist in funding overtime hours by current officers in support of reducing crime and improvement of public safety with more “Community Policing”.  The amount to bring forward for FY 2009 is $23,557.00.

·         In FY 2008, the Division of Motor Vehicles awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $35,000.00 to assist in the purchase of radar units, breath testing units, as well as funding overtime hours for DUI checkpoints, increased saturation of trouble spots both on primary and secondary roads and in shopping locations.  The amount to bring forward for FY 2009 is $4,901.39.

·         The Department of Homeland Security has awarded the Fire Rescue Department a grant in the amount of $309,168.00 with a local match of $77,292.00 for a total grant in the amount of $386,460.00.  This grant will assist in the purchase of safe and compliant personal protective equipment.  The amount to bring forward for FY 2009 is $8,010.22.

 

 

Appropriation #2009022                                                                                                                                                                                      $  25,725.00

 

                        Revenue Source:            Local Revenue (Donations)          $       25,725.00

 

At its August 28, 2008 meeting, the School Board approved the following appropriations:

 

Red Hill Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $10,000.00 from Anne Ueltschi.  The donor has requested that this contribution be used to help offset the expenses of building an amphitheater for performances at Red Hill Elementary School.

 

Albemarle High School received several donations totaling $450.00.  The following are the donors along with their respective donations:  Mr. & Mrs. Edward Spellman donated $50.00; Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Leonard donated $300.00; and Mr. Gregory Tyler donated $100.00.  These donors have requested that their contribution go towards the turf field at Albemarle High School.

 

Western Albemarle High School received donations totaling $275.00 from two donors.  Daniel J. Maynard donated $250.00 and Andrew M.D. Wolf donated $25.00.  Both of these donors have requested that their contribution go towards the Turf Project at Western Albemarle High School.

 

Western Albemarle High School received two donations totaling $15,000.00.  An anonymous donor donated $5,000.00 and Craig and Martha Redinger donated $10,000.00.  Both of these donors have requested that their contributions go towards the Rowing Club at Western Albemarle High School.

 

 

Appropriation #2009023                                                                                                                                                                                      $  58,844.26

 

                        Revenue Source:            Local Revenue   (Foothills)          $       58,844.26

 

For the last several years, Albemarle County has been the fiscal agent for Foothills Child Advocacy Center.  Effective July 1, 2008, Foothills became an independent entity and Albemarle County is no longer its fiscal agent.  With County Executive Office approval, the Grant Project Director for Foothills will remain on County payroll for FY 2009.  All salary and benefit expenses for FY 2009, totaling $58,844.26, will be reimbursed to the County by the Foothills Child Advocacy Center.

 

 

Appropriation #2009024                                                                                                                                                                                     $  61,835.91

 

                        Revenue Source:            Local Revenue                           $        1,667.00

                                                            State Revenue                                     5,000.00

                                                            Federal Revenue                                55,168.91

 

The following Commission on Children and Families’ grants had not expended all funding as of June 30, 2008 and will require reappropriation. 

 

·         In FY 2008, the Department of Criminal Justice Services awarded the Commission of Children and Families a grant in the amount of $97,500.00.  This grant will provide training and continued services to reduce system involvement of truants and juveniles with other negative school related behaviors.  This will include staff time, staff training, and training materials.  The federal portion of the grant is $65,000.00 with an “in-kind” match of $32,500.00, resulting in a total grant award of $97,500.00.  The amount to be brought forward for FY 2009 is $38,119.13.

·         In FY 2008, the Department of Criminal Justice Services awarded the Commission on Children and Families a grant in the amount of $5,000.00 in Federal funds, $5,000.00 in State funds, with a local match of $1,667.00, for a total award of $11,667.00.  This grant will be used to provide 200 service-learning sessions for 48 weeks for youth who are at risk of gang involvement.  The local match will be funded by the Community Attention Agency.  The amount to be brought forward for FY 2009 is $11,667.00.

·         In FY 2008, the Department of Criminal Justice Services awarded the Commission on Children and Families a grant in the amount of $16,526.00 with a local match of $1,836.00 for a total grant award of $18,362.00.  This grant will provide training and the implementation of promoting greater accountability in the juvenile justice system, including the increased accountability for juvenile offenders.  The amount to be brought forward for FY 2009 is $12,049.78.

 

 

Appropriation #2009025                                                                                                                                                                                   $ 130,422.00

 

                        Revenue Source:            Local Revenue (Fees)                 $     130,442.00

 

As a result of increased Community Development fees recently implemented, funding is available to offset two Community Development positions that had previously been frozen.

 

 

Appropriation #2009029                                                                                                                                                                                     $ 10,000.00

 

                        Revenue Source:            Board Contingency                     $       10,000.00

 

At its September 10, 2008 meeting, the Board of Supervisors approved the use of $10,000.00 from the Board’s contingency for on-going support to the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission for their support of the Regional Transit Authority.  This appropriation does not increase the County’s total budget.

 

 

Appropriation #2009030                                                                                                                                                                                      $  9,350.08

 

                        Revenue Source:            Local Revenue                           $         9,350.08

 

At its September 11, 2008 meeting, the School Board approved the following appropriations:

 

Sutherland Middle School received a donation in the amount of $100.00 from Youngmin Kim.  The donor requested that their donation go towards any school needs at Sutherland Middle School.

 

Scottsville Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $500.00 from Crutchfield.  The donor has requested that this contribution be used towards assisting students to participate in a Team Building program at Triple C Camp.

 

Hollymead Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $1,000.08 from Microsoft.  The donor has requested that this contribution be used for any educational needs at Hollymead Elementary School.

 


 

Jack Jouett Middle School received a donation in the amount of $250.00 from Blue Ridge Radiant Systems, Inc.  The donor has requested that this contribution sponsor any students that wish to attend the 7th grade Triple C camp trip.

 

The Dominion Educational Partnership has awarded Henley Middle School with a grant in the amount of $7,500.00.  These funds will be used to increase students’ awareness of alternative energy in their communities and improve their understanding of the nature and extent of energy consumption, conservation and efficiency, the economic and environmental effects of energy use, and alternative energy technologies.  A portion of these funds will also be used towards the installation costs of solar panels at the school.

 

 

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