Attachment A

 

Appropriation #2010025                                                                                                                                                                                       $5,325.00   

 

Revenue Source:                        Local Revenue                       $  5,325.00

 

Meriwether Lewis Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $5,000.00 from the William H. Donner Foundation. The donor requested that this contribution be used for general support. Meriwether Lewis will be using this money for instructional computer equipment.

 

Albemarle High School received two donations totaling $325.00. John and Alison Davison donated $300.00 and Martha Spano donated $25.00. The donors have requested that their contribution be used to help facilitate the installation of a synthetic turf field at Albemarle High School.

 

 

Appropriation #2010026                                                                                                                                                                                          $371,623.20

 

            Revenue Source:                        State Revenue                   $    50,834.95

                                                            Federal Revenue                $  230,016.78

                                                            Fund Balance                    $    90,771.47

 

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.

 

·         Seized asset monies were received from the Department of Criminal Justice Services for the Police Department ($53,417.11) and Commonwealth’s Attorney ($15,121.33). 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 material of adding new buffer plantings on their property. The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation has granted an extension on this grant to December 31, 2009, to accommodate plantings in the fall planting season. The balance to be carried forward is $50,975.14.

·         In FY 06/07, 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 09/10 is $2,079.38.

·         Beginning in FY 08/09, the Department of Motor Vehicles 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 amount to carry forward to FY 09/10 is $11,339.00

·         In FY 08/09, the Department of Homeland Security awarded the Fire/Rescue Department a grant in the amount of $392,000.00 to assist in the marketing and advertising components of volunteer recruitment. The funds will be used for advertising and supplies including but not limited to radio, TV, pamphlets, door hangers, banners, etc. The grant is funded over a four-year span. The amount to be brought forward to FY 09/10 is $68,226.00; in addition to the second year amount of $92,000.00.

·         In FY 07/08, the Department of Justice awarded Bedford County a grant in the amount of $95,000.00 to assist in the investigations of internet crimes against children. Bedford designated Albemarle County as being an area district in the fight against internet crime and is providing Albemarle County with $19,000.00. The amount to be brought forward for FY 09/10 is $1,801.00.

·         In FY 08/09 the Commonwealth of Virginia – DMV awarded the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Office 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 assists in the purchase of radar units, breath testing units, as well as funding overtime hours for DUI checkpoints and speed enforcement. The amount to bring forward for FY 09/10 is $5,222.59.

·         In FY 07/08, 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 is to assist in funding overtime hours by current officers in support of reducing crime and improvement of public safety for more “Community Policing”. There is no local match. The amount to bring forward for FY 09/10 is $22,812.71.

·         In FY 07/08, the Department of Homeland Security 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 to FY 09/10 is $8,010.22.

·         The County has received 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 DSS to create a position that will be housed at Albemarle DSS that will serve both departments under the grant. The revenues from this grant are 100% federal with no local match. The balance to bring forward for FY 09/10 is $25,127.00

·         Albemarle County received a federal grant for the Americorps Program. The Americorps worker serves the Adult Division of Albemarle County Department of Social Services (ACDSS) to help achieve the following strategic goal 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 revenue from this grant are 80% federal with a 20% local match. The local match will be taken from existing ACDSS funds. The amount to bring forward for FY 09/10 is $3,068.04.

·         In FY 07/08, the Department of Criminal Justice Services awarded the Commission on Children & Families a grant in the amount of $5,000.00 in federal funds, $5,000.00 in state funds, and a local match of $1,667.00. The total grant award of $11,667.00 is 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 to FY 09/10 is $1,667.00.

·         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. The amount to bring forward for FY 09/10 is $9,447.19.

·         There is a $2,000.00 balance in the Sheriff Reserve Programs Fund. This money is from contributions that have been made in support of the volunteer reserve programs. This money is vital to support the many programs that our volunteer reserves are involved with, such as Project Lifesaver, child fingerprinting, etc. These contributions allow the volunteers to perform many services without it impacting our regular budget.

 

Appropriation #2010027                                                                                                                                                                                      $84,000.00

 

            Revenue Source:                        Fund Balance                      $  84,000.00

 

The Emergency Communications Center had the following uncompleted projects at the end of FY 08/09 that will need to be reappropriated into FY 09/10:

 

·         APCO Emergency Medical Dispatch Program – $14,000.00

·         Computer Aided Dispatch and Records System Review – $50,000.00

·         Replacement of Carpeting in the Communications Center – $20,000.00

 

Appropriation #2010028                                                                                                                                                                                     $702,743.42

 

            Revenue Source:                        Local Revenue                    $        702.00

                                                            General Fund Balance         $ 702,041.42

 

The following departments had FY 08/09 funds for specific projects that were uncompleted at June 30, 2009 and will require appropriation for use in FY 09/10:

 

·         Clerk of Circuit Court: Part-time and overtime wages – $15,322.00

·         Sheriff: Reserve programs – $2,017.45

·         Fire Rescue: Operating supplies and repairs to vehicles and the training burn building – $29,311.57, and funds related to Volunteer Recruitment and Retention initiatives and advertising – $172,475.40

·         General Services: Contract services for stormwater management and building maintenance – $29,300.00

·         Community Development: Historic Preservation Committee grant – $702.00

·         Office of Housing: Community Development Loan Fund – $203,615.00

·         Job Opportunity Fund – $250,000.00

 

 

Appropriation #2010029                                                                                                                                                                                          $16,000.00

 

            Revenue Source:                        Board Contingency                $ 16,000.00

 

During the FY 09/10 budget development process, $16,000.00 in overtime wages was erroneously omitted from Fire/Rescue’s budget. This appropriation restores this funding.

 

 

 

Appropriation #2010030                                                                                                                                                                               $ 14,080,067.81                                      
            Revenue Source:                        Federal Revenue                       $     330,062.00

                                                            Loan Proceeds                           $11,243,278.54

Gen. Govt. CIP Fund Balance    $  2,506,727.27

 

This request reappropriates a portion of the remaining balances of active General Government Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2009. Among the projects included in this request are several fire department requests, the Crozet Library, Crozet Streetscape and Juvenile Court Building renovations. The remaining project re-appropriations are under additional review and will be presented to the Board in November for consideration.

 

 

Appropriation #2010031                                                                                                                                                                                  $ 5,219,110.71

 

Revenue Source:                        School CIP Fund Balance           $  5,219,110.71

 

This request reappropriates a portion of the remaining balances of active School Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2009. Among the projects included in this request are construction projects at the Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Brownsville Elementary, Greer Elementary and Albemarle High Schools. The remaining project re-appropriations are under additional review and will be presented to the Board in November for consideration.

 

Appropriation #2010032                                                                                                                                                                                        $ 895,037.32

 

Revenue Source:                         Federal Revenue                         $      53,200.00

                                                                        Stormwater CIP Fund Balance     $    841,837.32

 

This request reappropriates a portion of the remaining balances of Stormwater Management projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2009. Among the projects included in this request are Downtown Crozet and Woodbrook. The remaining project re-appropriations are under additional review and will be presented to the Board in November for consideration.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                   

Appropriation #2010033                                                                                                                                                                                         $266,411.61

 

            Revenue Source:                        Fund Balance                      $266,411.61

 

Several departments had funding for projects approved in FY 08/09 that had not been completed as of June 30, 2009. This request reappropriates the remaining balances for the uncompleted projects for which purchase orders were outstanding as of June 30, 2009.

 

 

Appropriation #2010034                                                                                                                                                                                           $33,654.81

 

            Revenue Source:                        Local Revenue                      $   5,300.00

                                                            Federal Revenue                   $ 28,354.81

 

At its June 25, 2009 meeting, the School Board discussed the request of Whitehouse Mariah, LLC that the School Board execute a quitclaim deed conveying an unidentified half-acre parcel owned previously by the White Hall School District Trustees to Zoe Enterprises, LLC. Following discussions with staff, Whitehouse Mariah agreed to compensate the Board in the amount of $5,000.00 for the quitclaim conveyance. We have received the check from Whitehouse LLC and the Board has requested that these funds be deposited into the School Board Reserve.

 

Albemarle High School received a donation in the amount of $300.00 from Michael and Carol Atchison. The donors have requested that their contribution be used to help facilitate the installation of a synthetic turf field at Albemarle High School. The current balance for the AHS Synthetic Turf Project is $1,100.00 including this donation. The high schools need to raise $325,000.00 in order to receive matching funds from an anonymous donor. The balance required to consider construction is $650,000.00 leaving Albemarle High School with a balance of $323,900.00 to garner matching funds.

 

Greer Elementary School has been awarded a USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program grant in the amount of $28,354.81. These funds will be used to provide students with nutrition education and a fresh fruit or vegetable snack twice a week.

 

Appropriation #2010035                                                                                                                                                                                           $3,000.00

 

            Revenue Source:                        Board Contingency                $  3,000.00

 

At the September 2, 2009 Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board approved adoption of an ordinance limiting height of uncontrolled vegetation in the development areas. Implementation of this program is estimated to cost $3,000.00 in recurring funds to pay for mowing services. This appropriation will not increase the total budget.

 

 

Appropriation #2010036                                                                                                                                                                                         $430,800.00

 

            Revenue Source:                        Crozet Crossings Fund         $430,800.00

 

On January 30, 2008 the Trustees of the Crozet Crossings Housing Trust Fund approved the commitment of $184,400.00 to the expansion of Crozet Meadows and $246,400.00 for the development of Treesdale Park. The Treesdale Park commitment was revised and recommitted on May 7, 2009. Combined these developments will add 126 new affordable housing rental units to the County’s housing stock and rehabilitate 28 existing units.

 

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