Attachment A


Appropriation #2008001                                                                                                             $386,460.00


            Revenue Source:                        Federal Revenue (Grant)                          $309,168.00

                                                            Transfer from General Fund                          77,292.00


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has awarded the Department of Fire Rescue a grant in the amount of $309,168.00 through the 2006 Assistance to Firefighters Grant program.  This grant, along with $77,292.00 in local matching funds will provide the essential monies needed to outfit all personnel with safe and compliant personal protective equipment and gear.   Currently, 27 percent of personnel are operating in gear that is non-compliant with national standards and 13 percent of new recruits are unable to be issued gear because of a lack of compliant gear. The additional funding will allow the Department to outfit all personnel with NFPA/OSHA/ANSI-compliant personal protective clothing, ensure proper storage of the equipment, and keep extra gear on hand for new recruits and/or for use in the event it is needed.  The local share, $77,292.00 will be funded through existing appropriated funds.


Appropriation #2008002                                                                                                             $159,000.00


            Revenue Source:                        State Revenue (Grant)                            $159,000.00


The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) has awarded Albemarle County a Riparian Buffer Restoration Grant in the amount of $159,000.00.  This grant will assist in the establishment and restoration of forested riparian buffers on nonagricultural land.  The program will enable land owners to add new buffer plantings on their property and request a fifty percent reimbursement for the labor and materials.  The County will demonstrate to DCR that land owners have completed an approved planting project and request grant funds from DCR to reimburse fifty percent of the land owners’ expense.   Local match will be provided with in-kind services by the County and through the remaining one-half of land owner expenditures.


Appropriation #2008003                                                                                                               $70,000.00


            Revenue Source:                        Local Revenue (Proffer)                           $  70,000.00


The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission (TJPDC) will be providing consulting and project management services for the Village of Rivanna master plan development.  The contract with TJPDC, in the amount of $85,000.00, will be funded with $70,000.00 in Glenmore Proffer funds and $15,000.00 from existing appropriated funds for development areas studies in the Community Development Department’s operating budget.



Appropriation #2008004                                                                                                               $ 3,350.00


            Revenue Source:                        State Revenue (Grant)                            $    3,350.00


The Library of Virginia has awarded the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office a Virginia Circuit Court Records Preservation grant in the amount of $3,350.00.  This grant will provide funding for approximately 282 hours of overtime allowing the scanning and indexing of order books into the Clerk’s Office’s electronic records systems. There is no local match.



Appropriation #2008005                                                                                                               $60,000.00


            Revenue Source:                        Local Revenue                                       $   60,000.00


In December 2006, the Crozet Crossings Housing Trust Fund trustees authorized a request for proposals to use available funding for eligible affordable housing projects.  Two applications were received.  One application from Habitat for Humanity was recommended by staff for funding and approved by the trustees.  The request was for $60,000.00, $30,000.00 for each of two houses to be built in the County for very low income households with disabled family members living in substandard conditions.  Habitat’s request of $60,000.00 is to help fill a $140,000.00 financing gap between the property value and other resources received to date.  The funding will be secured by the property through a mutually-agreed upon method which will include an equity-sharing provision.  Funds will be granted to Habitat through a grant agreement that specifies the details of security and repayment.


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