Appropriation #2010050 $ 2,500.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 2,500.00
Albemarle County tied for first place with Arlington County in the 2009 VML Go Green Virginia contest. Moseley Architects, a sponsor of the contest, awards winning localities a cash prize to support their continued efforts in the areas of sustainability, energy efficiency, and climate protection. Albemarle was awarded $2,500.00 on October 20, 2009 at the VML Conference banquet. Sarah Temple and Ann Mallek accepted the award from VML.
These funds will be used to support additional pollution prevention-related initiatives, such as energy conservation, education and outreach, training, etc. They will also be used to support the County’s involvement in and support of the annual Eco-Fair (Earth Day), Local Climate Action Week, and other environmental sustainability events.
Appropriation #2010051 $5,900.00
Revenue Source: Local Revenue $ 5,900.00
Albemarle High School received a donation from an anonymous donor in the amount of $3,000.00. The donor has requested that the contribution be used for any needs in the Life Changing Events: Immigration Class held at Albemarle High School.
Albemarle High School received donations totaling $2,900.00 from various donors. The following are the donors along with their contributions: Nargis Cross donated $300.00, Kim Cross donated $300.00, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Record donated $1,000.00, CMS Inc. donated $1,000.00, and Suzanne M. Dennis donated $300.00. 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 $8,446.75 including these donations. The balance from FY 08/09 was $4,366.66 for a grand total of $12,813.41. The high schools need to raise $325,000.00 in order to receive matching funds from an anonymous donor. The amount necessary to begin construction is $650,000.00. Therefore, Albemarle High School is required to raise $312,186.59 more to garner matching funds.
Appropriation #2009052 $32,681.00
Revenue Source: Federal Revenue $ 32,681.00
The State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) reimburses localities for compensation expenses incurred by correctional officers supervising aliens in local and regional jail facilities. Reimbursement is given to localities even though the expenses are incurred by the correctional facility.
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