Appropriation #2010037 $113,508.00
Revenue Source: State Revenue $ 6,885.00
Federal Revenue $106,623.00
This request is for the following public safety grants:
· The Department of Motor Vehicles has awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $45,000.00 with a local match of $2,429.70, and an “in-kind” local match of $7,390.00. The purpose of this grant is to assist in overtime expenses, training, and equipment for traffic safety. The $2,429.70 local match is from existing funds.
· The U.S. Department of Justice awarded the Albemarle County Police Department a grant in the amount of $27,623.00. 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 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 has designated Albemarle County as being an area district in the fight against internet crime and is providing Albemarle County $19,000.00. This money will provide overtime, training, and investigative equipment. There is no local match.
· The Commonwealth of Virginia, Office of Emergency Medical Services, has awarded the Fire/Rescue Department a grant in the amount of $4,860.00. This grant will allow the Department to purchase surgical masks to be used during a state declared pandemic (i.e. swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus infection). There is no local match.
· The Office of the Attorney General awarded the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Department a grant in the amount of $2,025.00 with a local match of $225 for a total grant award of $2,250. The purpose of this grant is to assist in educational programs and materials for seniors in our community. The local match will come from existing funds.
· The Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has awarded the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Office a grant in the amount of $15,000.00 with a local match of $3,000.00 for a total grant of $18,000.00. This grant will assist in the purchase of two additional radar units as well as funding overtime hours for DUI checkpoints and speed enforcement. The local match will come from existing funds.
Appropriation #2010039 $56,850.00
Revenue Source: State Revenue $ 56,850.00
The Virginia Office of EMS awarded Albemarle County Fire and Rescue a grant in the amount of $56,850.00 with an equivalent local match of $56,850. The local match will come from existing funds previously appropriated (FY09 balance request). The purpose of this grant is to assist in the purchase of new radio pagers for volunteer fire and rescue personnel and their stations.
Appropriation #2010040 $579,710.00
Revenue Source: State Revenue $ 266,210.00
ECC Fund Balance $ 313,500.00
This request appropriates a $266,210.00 grant for the purchase of Emergency 911 Telephone System equipment that will be installed at the County’s 5th Street facility. This equipment will be a backup to strengthen the ability for quick recovery in the event of an evacuation or failure at the primary public safety answering point. The grant does not require a local match.
This request also appropriates $313,500.00 from the Emergency Communication Center’s fund balance for capital improvement projects in FY 09/10. The Emergency Communications Center Management Board authorized the transfer of these funds on May 19, 2009. This appropriation includes the following projects.
· $65,000.00 to replace equipment related to the ECC’s backup power supply needed in the event of a complete power failure;
· $15,000.00 to replace a server that provides records management for the area’s three Police departments;
· $60,000.00 to replace the Community Notification System used to notify large segments of the population in a short period of time during an emergency crisis;
· $40,000.00 to replace batteries related to the ECC’s backup power supply needed in the event of a complete power failure;
· $43,000.00 to replace three aging servers in the ECC;
· $20,000.00 to replace and upgrade portions of the HVAC system for the ECC;
· $70,500.00 to purchase additional portable handheld radios and chargers to be used by the three jurisdictions for emergencies or planned events that exceed the current daily capabilities.
Appropriation #2010041 $59,440.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $59,440.00
The County of Albemarle has authorized the Grant Project Director for Foothills Child Advocacy Center to remain on the County payroll for FY 09/10. All salary and benefits will be reimbursed by Foothills on a quarterly basis.
Appropriation #2010042 $14,682,202.17
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 25,000.00
State Revenue $ 77,446.44
Loan Proceeds $ 250,000.00
General CIP Fund Balance $14,329,755.73
This request reappropriates the remaining balances of active General Government Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2009.
Appropriation #2010043 $509,683.76
Revenue Source: School CIP Fund Balance $1,452,731.14
This request reappropriates the remaining balances of active School Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2009.
Appropriation #2010044 $1,313,467.37
Revenue Source: Stormwater CIP Fund Balance $1,313,467.37
This request reappropriates the remaining balances of active Stormwater Capital Improvement projects that were uncompleted as of June 30, 2009.
Appropriation #2010045 $2,200.00
Revenue Source: State Revenue $2,200.00
The Department of Criminal Justice Services awarded the Commission on Children and Families a one-time grant in the amount of $8,869.00 with a local match of $986.00 for a total award of $9,855.00. This grant will provide training monies for presenters to continue education for staff. Local match monies were provided by CASA. This grant was previously appropriated. Additional monies in the amount of $2,200.00 have been given by the Supreme Court of Virginia to assist in further training.
Appropriation #2010046 $165,755.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $41,438.00
Federal Revenue $124,317.00
The Department of Criminal Justice Services has awarded the OAR/JACC a grant in the amount of $124,317.00 with a local match of $41,438.00 for a total award of $165,755.00. 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 comprised of several local agencies and boards.
Appropriation #2010047 $4,446.75
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $4,446.75
Albemarle High School received donations totaling $4,446.75. Mr. William J. Bargh donated $2,000.00, Robert Bell donated $25.00, Mr. and Mrs. John Davison donated $300.00, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mendelsohn donated $100.00, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tubridy donated $1,900.00, and a cash donation was made at Albemarle High School in the amount of $121.75. The donors have requested that their contributions be used towards the installation of a synthetic turf field at Albemarle High School. The current balance for the FY 09/10 AHS Synthetic Turf Project is $5,546.75 including these donations. The balance from FY 08/09 was $4,366.66 for a grand total of $9,913.41. The high schools need to raise $325,000.00 in order to receive matching funds from an anonymous donor. The balance required to begin construction is $650,000.00 leaving Albemarle High School with a balance of $315,086.59 to garner matching funds.
Appropriation #2010048 $25,000.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $25,000.00
The Human Resources Department is requesting an increase of $25,000.00 in the current operational budget. This increase represents training expenses incurred for the training of school division employees in which the school division pays the cost. Funding is currently budgeted within the school division for this training. This appropriation will transfer money from the schools into Organizational Development to cover the costs associated with the training.
Appropriation #2010049 $50,000.00
Revenue Source: General Gov’t CIP Fund Balance $50,000
The County of Albemarle is poised to execute the SPCA Agreement at the November 4, 2009 Board of Supervisors meeting. If the Agreement is approved, the County of Albemarle will be responsible for payment of capital contribution in the amount of $50,000, to be paid on or before December 31, 2009.
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