Appropriation #2009005 $ 25,000.00
Revenue Source: Total Rewards Reserve $ 25,000.00
During the FY09 budget process, amounts budgeted for the Total Rewards Program were removed from each County Department’s operating budget, reduced, and placed into a Total Rewards Reserve pending determination of the allocation. The Budget Office has prepared the allocation and this appropriation will reallocate $25,000.00 from the Total Rewards Reserve to the various departments based on that allocation. There will be no impact on the total County budget as a result of this appropriation.
Appropriation #2009006 $ 46,000.00
Revenue Source: Transfer from General Fund $ 46,000.00
The Police Department had funds appropriated in their operating budget for the purchase of two additional vehicles that were a result of their approved FY09 initiative. To streamline and simplify the purchasing process, this appropriation will transfer these funds from the General Fund to the Motor Vehicle Replacement Fund. There will be no impact on the total County budget as a result of this appropriation.
Appropriation #2009007 $ 28,395.00
Revenue Source: Teen Pregnancy Contingency $ 28,395.00
During the FY09 budget development process, the Board approved $28,395.00 to meet the community need for childcare and parenting support for pregnant teens. The County, along with the City of Charlottesville and United Way, issued a Request for Proposals to solicit proposals for a program that would incorporate specific best practices to implement a program designed to produce the following outcomes: 1) pregnant and parenting teens remain in school and graduate from high school, 2) parenting teens avoid subsequent pregnancies, and 3) Parenting teens provide appropriate and nurturing care for their children. A subgroup of the Agency Budget Review Team met to review the applications and recommended awarding the $28,395.00 to Jefferson Area CHIP (MACAA). There will be no impact on the total County budget as a result of this appropriation.
Appropriation #2009008 $ 4,140.00
Revenue Source: State Revenue $ 3,105.00
Transfer from General Fund 1,035.00
The Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) has awarded the Police Department a grant in the amount of $3,105.00 with a local match of $1,035.00, for a total of $4,140.00. These funds will be used to purchase two high resolution digital cameras for evidence collection. These cameras will improve crime scene processing, evidence collection, and evidence display for court. The $1,035.00 local match will be provided from existing funds appropriated in the Police Department’s operating budget. This appropriation will increase the total County budget $3,105.00.
Appropriation #2009009 $ 411,589.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 1,750.00
Federal Revenue 411,755.00
CIP Fund Balance 38,084.00
At its meetings on June 26, 2008 and July 10, 2008, the School Board approved the following appropriations:
Western Albemarle High School received a donation in the amount of $8,450.00 from various donors. The following is a list of donors with amounts: American Press, L.L.C. donated $1,000.00, T.E.A.L. Construction, L.L.C. donated $1,000.00; Macfarlane Homes, Inc. donated $1,000.00; Robert W. Mosologo/Elizabeth A. Mosolgo-Clark donated $25.00; W.R. Martin, Jr. and K.A. Martin donated $50.00; Karen E. Poos donated $50.00; Barbara D. Brannock donated $50.00; Jeffrey G. Mangum donated $50.00; Berta M. Gomez donated $50.00; Maureen O’Shea donated $50.00; Barbara A. Kellum donated $50.00; Christine T. Romness donated $50.00; Diane K. Gaspa donated $50.00; Donna S. Via donated $30.00; Seonhee Cheon donated $25.00; Winslow Savage donated $25.00; Kiyoko Asao-Ragosta donated $20.00; Suzanne De Janasz donated $20.00; Dr. Yunge Zhao donated $20.00; Mary Beth Yeaton donated $20.00; Dorie McHugh donated $15.00; Mark C. Greenfield donated 10.00; Susan E. Williams donated $10.00; Nicholas Bradley Lynn donated $1,000.00; Virginia Retina Consultants PLC donated $500.00; T. Walker Consulting LLC donated $100.00; Candace C. Maupin donated $25.00; Charles Y. Sipe donated $1,000.00; William Sukovich donated $500.00; Susan H. McConnell donated $100.00; Dale R. Parrott donated $100.00; Katherine G. Morris donated $100.00; Barbara S. Peters donated $100.00; Lisa S. Abernethy donated $100.00; Charles S. Pettygrove donated $500.00; Inger M. Pettygrove donated $500.00; TJL Environmental Health Consultants, Inc. donated $50.00; John H. Bushweller donated $25.00; Steven W. Howard donated $20.00; Pamela Grammer donated $35.00; and Daniel M. Dimaria donated $25.00. These donors have requested that their contributions be used for the Western Albemarle High School Synthetic Turf Program. These funds were received in FY08 and are being appropriated for FY09.
Red Hill Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $29,634.00 from the Red Hill PTO. The donors have requested that this contribution be used help offset the expenses of building an amphitheater for performances at Red Hill Elementary School. These funds were received in FY08 and are being appropriated for FY09.
Western Albemarle High School received a donation in the amount of $500.00 from James and Elizabeth Mandell. The donors have requested that their contribution be used in the athletic department at Western Albemarle High School.
The Community Public Charter School Grant (CPCS) is an alternative middle school based upon an arts infused curriculum. Currently, 20 rising sixth-grade students have completed applications with a target of 36 sixth-grade students to begin the first year. The staffing process will begin within the next few weeks and will follow ACPS protocols. The program will be housed at Burley Middle School. 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. The term of the Charter shall be for a three-year period (July 12, 2007 – July 11, 2010).
Crozet Elementary School received a donation in the amount of $250.00 from Michael and Mary Dunn. The donors have requested that this contribution be used in the special education program at Crozet Elementary School.
Appropriation #2009010 $ 952,025.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 592,446.00
State Revenue 359,579.00
The County of Albemarle is fiscal agent for the Commission on Children and Families. This request will appropriate the Commission on Children and Families’ FY09 operating budget.
Appropriation #2009011 $ 165,799.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 41,450.00
State Revenue 124,349.00
The Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) has awarded the Offender Aid and Restoration/Jefferson Area Community Corrections a continuation grant in the amount of $124,349.00 with a local match of $41,450.00, for a total award of $165,799.00. This grant will assist in the training and education of police officers to improve their understanding and interactions with citizens having a mental illness including signs and symptoms. Albemarle County will serve as fiscal agent for this grant. Local match monies will be provided by several local agencies and boards.
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