2001 Session

Budget Amendments - SB800 (Committee Approved)

Increase Initial CSA Allocation to Localities (language only)

Item 293.1 #1s

Item 293.1 #1s

Health And Human Resources
Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families

Page 282, line 33, strike "$79,342,934" and insert "$91,452,185".
Page 283, line 11, strike "$66,536,391" and insert "$78,645,642".
Page 283, line 34, strike "$42,593,312" and insert "$30,484,062".
Page 283, after line 56, insert:
"d.  The Office of Comprehensive Services shall streamline administrative procedures and documentation requirements in applications for funding from the supplemental allocation."

(This amendment changes the distribution of funds between the initial and supplemental allocation of Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) funds to localities. Localities typically spend both allocations, but must provide additional documentation for supplemental requests. This amendment places 75 percent of the funds in the initial allocation and 25 percent in the supplemental allocation and requires the CSA Office to streamline application procedures for supplemental funding.)