Appropriation #2009012 $140,000.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue (Grant) $ 140,000.00
· The Department of Criminal Justice Services has awarded the Commission on Children and Families a grant in the amount of $97,500.00. This grant will provide training and continued services to reduce system involved 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, resulting in the total award of $97,500.00.
· The Department of Criminal Justice Services has awarded the Commission on Children and Families a grant in the amount of $75,000.00. This grant will provide training and the continued services of the Family Functional Therapy program. This will include staff training, manuals, and treatment services for the participants. There is no local match.
Appropriation #2009013 $ 3,800.00
Revenue Source: Board Contingency $ 3,800.00
During the FY08/09 budget process, funding for the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s part-time law student intern was under budgeted $3,800.00. This appropriation will provide $3,800.00 in local funding to supplement $3,800.00 currently budgeted for the intern which is provided through a grant from the University of Virginia Law School Foundation.
Effective July 1, 2008, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) was reorganized under the Department of Finance and its FY08/09 budget was appropriated accordingly. One position, which had previously been funding in OMB, remained in the County Executive’s office. This appropriation will reallocate this position’s costs from OMB to the County Executive’s office.
There is no impact on the County’s total budget.
Appropriation #2009014 $25,127.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue (Grant) $ 25,127.00
The County of Albemarle has received renewed funds for the Child Care Quality Initiative from the Federal government. These funds will be used in conjunction with the City of Charlottesville’s Department of Social Services to create a position that will be housed at Albemarle County’s Department of Social Services that will serve both departments under the grant. The revenues from this grant are 100% federal with no local match.
Appropriation #2009015 $ 7,520.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue (Donations) $ 7,520.00
At its meeting on August 14, 2008, the School Board approved the following appropriations:
· Western Albemarle High School received a donation in the amount of $100.00 from Nguyet Nguyen. The donor has requested that their contribution be used on the turf project at Western Albemarle High School.
· Western Albemarle High School received a donation in the amount of $500.00 from Estech Systems, Inc. The donor has requested that their contribution go towards the rowing team at Western Albemarle High School.
· Albemarle High School received a donation in the amount of $1,325.00 from various donors. The following is a list of donors with their donations: Mr. & Mrs. Mark Holdren donated $75.00; Mr. & Mrs. Neal Goodloe donated $25.00; Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dantoni donated $25.00; Mary Beth & Gary Cramer donated $500.00; Mr. & Mrs. Larry Rouse donated $25.00; Mr. & Mrs. Victor Morris donated $25.00; Mr. & Mrs. Ben Hurt donated $100.00; Carol Bickers donated $100.00; Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Schuett donated $300.00; Mr. & Mrs. Karla McCollough donated $50.00; Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Weiss donated $50.00; and Mr. & Mrs. Mark Robbins donated $50.00. These donors have requested that their contributions go towards the turf project at Albemarle High School.
· Western Albemarle High School received donations totaling $5,595.00 from various donors. The following are the donors with their contributions: William A. Grupp II donated $1,000.00; Western Albemarle High School donated $500.00; Douglas L. Starns donated $100.00; Pamela K. Grove donated $20.00; Terri B. Nicholaou donated $75.00; Mark T. Drapanas donated $250.00; Phillip E. Pfeifer donated $1,000.00; Victoria Savoy donated $20.00; George P. Nowlin, III donated $25.00; Judith F. Pugh donated $10.00; Valerie P. Seal donated $20.00; Michelle D. Bushrow donated $100.00; Leslie S. Bergin donated $50.00; Cherie Chaney donated $25.00; Andrew J. Moriconi donated $25.00; Sara S. O’Connor donated $100.00; James J. Shelley Jr donated $100.00; Elisabeth A. De Jong donated $100.00; Brian A. Wheeler donated $100.00; Karen J. McGlathery donated $50.00; Kristal Sumpter donated $200; Greg’s Painting donated $100.00; Quanjun Cui donated $25.00; Anna Castle donated $50.00; Deborah H. Claytor donated $200.00; Amy O’Leary donated $35.00; Catherine Shaffrey donated $250.00; Suzanne O’Dell donated $10.00; C.G. Whitworth IV donated $1,000.00; Jeffrey Schwoebel donated $25.00 and an anonymous donor donated $30.00. They have requested that their contributions go towards the turf project at Western Albemarle High School.
Appropriation #2009016 $12,272.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue (Grant) $ 9,468.00
The Department of Social Services has received continuation funding from the Virginia Community Corps via a Federal grant for the AmeriCorps Program. AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs that engage move than 70,000 Americans each year in intensive services to meet critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. The AmeriCorps worker will serve the Adult Division of Albemarle County’s Department of Social Services to help achieve the following strategic goals of the agency: develop and implement strategies focused on prevention and early intervention and ensure that all services meet the needs of the changing demographics of the community. There is a local 20% match, $2,804.00, which will be funding through appropriated funds in the Department of Social Services’ operating budget. This appropriation will increase the County’s total budget $9,468.00.
Appropriation #2009017 $ 34,042.00
Revenue Source: Board Contingency $ 34,042.00
At its meeting on June 11, 2008, the Board of Supervisors agreed to increase the Clerk’s operating budget by as much as $35,000.00 from its contingency in order to improve timeliness of meeting minute preparation and Board Office operations. Staff presented to the Board information that the number of hours the Board met increased 43% between CY 2000 and CY 2007. During the first half of the current calendar year, the number of days the Board met increased 25% compared to the same period in CY 2007 while the number of Board meetings scheduled during this period increased by 45%. Responses to an RFQ for transcription services have now been received and evaluated. In order to improve the timeliness of meeting minute preparation and Board Office operations, $34,042.00 in funding will be needed for FY08/09.
Appropriation #2009018 $ 34,000.00
Revenue Source: ECC Fund Balance $ 34,000.00
The Emergency Communications Center has requested reappropriation of the following uncompleted projects:
· $20,000.00 to replace all of the carpeting within the Emergency Communications Center. This will include the removal of the old carpeting and the cost to elevate each of the operational dispatch consoles while the carpeting is being removed and replaced. This task will be carried out while the Communications Center is in operations.
· $14,000.00 for the APCO Emergency Medical Dispatch Program. The present EMD protocols were developed by our Operational Medical Director but are not recognized by the Virginia Department of EMS. This new program will meet all the requirements for pre-arrival instructions.
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