1998 Session

Budget Amendments - SB30 (Conference Report)

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TNCC Workforce Center

Item 161 #23c

Item 161 #23c

First Year - FY1999 Second Year - FY2000
Education: Higher Education
Virginia Community College System FY1999 $330,000 FY2000 $330,000 GF

Page 127, line 6, strike "$361,273,794" and insert "$361,603,794".
Page 127, line 6, strike "$372,721,829" and insert "$373,051,829".
Page 128, after line 36, insert:  
"J.  1.  Out of this appropriation, $330,000 the first year and
the second year from the general fund is provided for the annual lease or rental costs of space in the Virginia Peninsula Work Force Development Center.  Thomas Nelson Community College may rent or lease the facility from the City of Hampton, its agents or instrumentalities, for the purpose of providing workforce training and retraining facilities and programming, and community education facilities and programming.
2.  The form and terms of the agreement shall be approved by the Board of the Virginia Community College System and the Governor, as otherwise provided by law.
3.  The term of such lease or rental agreement shall be for a period not to exceed five years from the date of beneficial occupancy. Prior to the end date of such agreement
Thomas Nelson Community College shall conduct a survey of their space needs, and shall follow the requirements of the Virginia Public Procurement Act to meet such needs.
4.  The general fund amounts provided for in this item for workforce training, retraining, programming, and community education facilities shall be matched by local or private sources in a ratio of  two-thirds state funds to
at least one-third local or private funds, as approved by the  Board of the Virginia Community College System.
K. 1.  The State Board for Community Colleges, with the approval of  the Governor as otherwise provided by law, is authorized to convey title to the City of Hampton, its agents or instrumentalities, certain real property described generally as thirty acres, more or less, of the eastern-most portion of the campus of Thomas Nelson Community College.
2.  The conveyance provided in this section is authorized for the beneficial purpose of improving said property for use by the college, and for other municipal purposes. The conveyance agreement shall require that should
the City of Hampton, its agents or instrumentalities at any time in the future cease using the property for municipal purposes, title shall revert to the Commonwealth."

(This amendment provides annual rental payments for a new workforce training center for Thomas Nelson Community College, and for conveyance of certain real property upon which the center is to be developed.)