Appropriation #2009026 $ 42,310,343.81
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 161,588.84
Proffer Revenue 366,718.00
State Revenue 654,485.46
Loan Proceeds 17,702,424.00
Gen. Govt. CIP Fund Balance 23,425,127.51
This request reappropriates the remaining balances of General Government Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2008.
Appropriation #2009027 $ 2,919,833.54
Revenue Source: School CIP Fund Balance $ 2,919,833.54
This request reappropriates the remaining balances of School Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2008.
Appropriation #2009028 $ 2,501,622.43
Revenue Source: Stormwater CIP Fund Balance $ 2,501,622.43
This request reappropriates the remaining balances of Stormwater Management projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2008.
Appropriation #2009032 $ 3,861.00
Revenue Source: Board Contingency $ 3,861.00
During the FY08/09 budget process, Group Life Insurance costs for local government part-time employees were inadvertently omitted from the original adopted budget. Funding, in the amount of $3,861.00, is being provided from the Board Contingency.
Effective January 1, 2009, the Jefferson Area CHIP Program and the Teen Pregnancy Program will be administered by the newly established Jefferson Area CHIP agency. FY08/09 funding for the Jefferson Area CHIP Program and Teen Pregnancy had been appropriated to the Thomas Jefferson Health District and Monticello Area Community Action Agency, respectively. This request reallocates $131,358.00 from the Thomas Jefferson Health District and $27,214.00 from Monticello Area Community Action Agency to the Jefferson Area CHIP agency which represents six months of FY08/09 funding for these two programs.
There will be no impact on the total County budget as a result of this appropriation.
Appropriation #2009033 $ 53,931.24
Revenue Source: Local Revenues (Donation) $ 100.00
Federal Revenue 44,000.00
Grant Fund Balance 9,831.24
The Department of Motor Vehicles has awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $42,000.00 with an “in-kind” local match of $8,400.00. The purpose of this grant is to assist in overtime expenses, training, and equipment for traffic safety. The traffic safety activities include: Operation Safe Holiday, Impaired Driver Enforcement Campaigns (3), Click it or Ticket enforcement, and quarterly speed enforcement projects.
The Commonwealth of Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles has awarded the Albemarle County Police Department additional monies in the amount of $2,000.00 to assist in funding overtime hours for DUI checkpoints, increased saturation of trouble spots both on primary and secondary roads, and shopping locations. There is an “in-kind” match for the grant.
In FY 07/08, the Albemarle County Fire Rescue Department received $12,000.00 from the J & E Berkley Foundation. These monies are to enable the continuation of a free smoke detector program to bring single family residences into compliance with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommendations. This program targets groups that are at risk and usually cannot afford smoke detectors. In addition to the $9,831.24 available to reappropriate into FY 08/09, an additional local donation of $100.00 has been given for the program.
Appropriation #2009034 $ 188,727.27
Revenue Source: Local Revenues (Donation) $ 153,481.00
Grant Fund Balance 35,246.27
At its September 25, 2008 meeting, the School Board approved the following appropriations:
· Western Albemarle High School received two donations totaling $125.00. Steve Heon donated $100.00 and Ann Sweeney donated $25.00. The donors requested that their contributions go towards the turf project at Western Albemarle High School.
· Jack Jouett Middle School received a donation in the amount of $3,000.00 from the Jack Jouett PTO. The donor has requested that this contribution be used to purchase a laminator and encyclopedias for Jack Jouett Middle School.
· Jack Jouett Middle School received a donation in the amount of $350.00 from Patricia Kenney and Stephen Bosley. The donors requested that $250 go towards helping finance the purchase of violins for the JJMS orchestra. They also request that the remaining funds go towards the 6th grade field trips.
· V.L. Murray Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $600.00 from Dr. Jeffrey Barth. The donor requested that his contribution be used to fulfill any educational needs at Murray Elementary School.
· Henley Middle School received a donation in the amount of $2,580.00 from the Henley PATSO. The donor has requested that this contribution be used to help fund the At-Risk Program at Henley Middle School.
· The Community Public Charter School Grant (CPCS) is an alternative middle school based upon an arts infused curriculum. The mission of the CPCS is to provide an alternative and innovative learning environment, using the arts, to help children in the grades six through eight learn in ways that match their learning styles (i.e. developing the whole child-intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially). Seeking to serve students who have not succeeded in school, the program will close their achievement gap by offering a balance of literacy tutorials and the arts-infused curriculum. Funds, totaling $120,000.00, were received to help with salaries and benefits.
· The Refugee Impact School Grant was a federally funded program that provided additional services for Albemarle County’s growing multicultural population, which includes refugees. The grant program was run in conjunction with the evening Adult ESL program. There is a local fund balance of $133.62 from FY 07/08 that may be reappropriated for use in FY 08/09.
· The Project Graduation grant provides additional assistance during summer school for juniors and seniors needing to obtain verified credits in reading, writing and algebra. There is a local fund balance of $35,112.65 from FY 07/08 that may be reappropriated for use in FY 08/09.
At its meeting on October 9, 2008, the School Board approved the following appropriations:
· Stone Robinson Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $8,000.00 from the Stone Robinson PTO. The donor has requested that each Stone Robinson teacher receive $200.00 of this contribution to purchase instructional/recreational supplies.
· V.L. Murray Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $3,000.00 from the Martinsville Area Community Foundation/Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Teague. The donors have requested that their contribution be used to support the technology program at V.L. Murray Elementary School.
Appropriation #2009035 $ 76,930.00
Revenue Source: ECC Fund Balance $ 76,930.00
At its meeting on August 19, 2008, the ECC Management Board approved the use of $76,930.00 from the ECC Fund Balance to fund additional salary expenses for communications officers who switched to a 12 hour work schedule. These funds will cover this additional expense for FY 08/09.
The Management Board had previously approved the 12 hour work schedule as a six month pilot program that was subsequently reviewed by the Human Resources Department before final approval was made. The new schedule allows for staff to have every other weekend off duty, reduces the number of days worked annually by seventy-eight, and has reduced employee overtime, sick leave, and turnover. This new schedule has also assisted the ECC as a recruitment tool in attracting experienced communications officers.
Appropriation #2009036 $ 789.69
Revenue Source: Grant Fund Balance $ 789.69
In FY 07/08, the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office received a Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation grant from the Library of Virginia in the amount of $3,350.00 to provide funding of overtime hours for scanning and indexing of order books into the Clerk’s Office. At the end of the grant period, $789.69 remained unexpended and will be returned to the Library of Virginia.
Appropriation #2009037 $ 19,829.20
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue $ 15,140.00
Transfer from Sheriff’s Dept. 4,689.20
The Commonwealth of Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles has awarded the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Department a grant in the amount of $15,140.00 with a local match of $4,689.20 for a total grant of $19,829.20. This grant will assist in the purchase of radar units, breath testing units, as well as funding overtime hours for DUI checkpoints and speed enforcement. The local match of $4,689.20 has previously been funded within the Sheriff’s Department’s operating budget. This appropriation will increase the County’s total budget $15,140.00.
Appropriation #2009038 $ 1,180,631.56
Revenue Source: General Fund Balance $1,168,781.56
Bright Stars Fund Balance 11,850.00
The following departments had FY 07/08 funds for specific projects that were uncompleted at June 30, 2008 and will require reappropriation for use in FY 08/09:
· County Executive - $51,609.13 for the citizen survey
· Community Relations - $30,000.00 for upgrade and redesign of County website
· General District Court - $900.00 to purchase an additional credit card machine
· Fire Rescue
o $6,000.00 for Captain’s promotional process
o $3,000.00 to purchase cameras for the Prevention Division
o $7,000.00 for strategic planning with the volunteer and career fire departments which began in FY 07/08
· General Services - $482,729.43 for the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority contribution for Ivy Landfill
· Stormwater Management - $5,000.00 for contract services
· Parks & Recreation - $60,000.00 to replace two tractors whose purchase was delayed due to potential FY 07/08 budget shortfall
· Community Development - $5,000.00 for groundwater monitoring
o $27,543.00 to fund project development costs for AHIP associated with the Treesdale development
o $240,000.00 for the down payment assistance to homebuyers
· Job Opportunities Fund - $250,000.00
Special Revenue Fund
· Bright Stars - $11,850.00 received from the Rotary Club for its Foundation Scholarship Fund and for After School and Extended Day Enrichment Program tuition for Bright Stars and Family Support children in Bright Stars and Family Support.
Appropriation #2009039 $ 58,500.00
Revenue Source: General Fund Balance $ 18,500.00
Motor Vehicle Repl. Fund Balance 40,000.00
Several departments have requested use of FY 07/08 expenditure savings for new projects:
· Circuit Court Clerk’s Office - $10,000.00 for a records storage system
· General Services - $8,500.00 to offset anticipated contract increases for street signs
· Social Services - $40,000.00 to replace two motor vehicles (1989 and 1991) that are unreliable and have recurring repair issues. Staff recommends these vehicles be purchased from available fund balance in the Motor Vehicle Replacement Fund.
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