2006 Session

Budget Amendments - SB30 (Committee Approved)

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Craigsville Wastewater Treatment Plant

Item 387 #6s

Item 387 #6s

First Year - FY2007 Second Year - FY2008
Public Safety
Corrections, Department of FY2007 ($225,000) FY2008 $120,000 GF

Page 338, line 6, strike "$60,663,380" and insert "$60,438,380".
Page 338, line 6, strike "$57,903,137" and insert "$58,023,137".
Page 339, strike lines 34 through 37 and insert:
"F.1. Included within this appropriation is $1,094,000 the first year from the general fund for the initial portion of the Commonwealth's estimated 56 percent share of the cost of constructing a wastewater treatment plant by the Town of Craigsville."
Page 339, following line 52, insert:
"2. Also included within this appropriation is $120,000 the second year from the general fund, as the initial annual payment on a 20-year, zero-interest loan from the Department of Environmental Quality for this project."
Page 339, at the beginning of line 38, insert: "4.".
Page 339, following line 54, insert:
"5. The Department of Corrections shall assist the Town of Craigsville, the County of Augusta, and the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission in applying for a Water Quality Improvement Fund grant for an estimated amount of $750,000, which represents the 50 percent share of the portion of the cost of this project which is attributable to nutrient reduction, pursuant to Senate Bill 644 of the 2006 General Assembly.  The Department shall provide a report on the status of this project, the status of all federal and state grants and loans applicable to the project, and the total estimated construction cost of the project.  Copies of the report shall be provided to the Secretary of Public Safety and the Chairmen of the Senate Finance and House Appropriations Committees by October 16, 2006."

(This amendment provides for the 56 percent state share of the estimated cost of an expanded wastewater treatment plant operated by the Town of Craigsville in Augusta County. Augusta Correctional Center is expected to utilize 56 percent of the capacity of the expanded wastewater treatment plant.)