2014 Session

Budget Amendments - HB30 (Committee Approved)

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Changes to Capital Outlay Pool

Item C-43 #1h

Item C-43 #1h

First Year - FY2015 Second Year - FY2016
Central Appropriations
Central Capital Outlay FY2015 $3,948,164 FY2016 $0 NGF

Page 435, line 29, strike "$75,973,000" and insert "$79,921,164".
Page 435, after line 30, insert:
"Federal Trust               $1,885,500
Trust and Agency          $  400,000",
Page 435, line 49, after "B.", insert "1."
Page 435, line 49, strike "$53,473,000" and insert "$55,135,664".
Page 435, line 49, after "proceeds", insert:
"and $2,285,500 from nongeneral fund sources".
Page 435, strike line 54 and insert:
"Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Renovate/Expand Faberge Gallery
Gunston Hall
Renovate Ann Mason Visitor Center and Adjacent Building (Interior and Exterior)
University of Virginia
Renovate Research Labs
Roanoke Higher Education Authority
Renovate/Expand Claude Moore Building
Department of Military Affairs
Renovate Waller Depot Complex".
Page 436, strike line 1.
Page 436, line 10, strike "Replace Fire Alarm Systems" and insert:
"Replace Water Storage Tank on River Road (Phase III)".
Page 436, after line 10, insert:
"2. The projects for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services in paragraph B.1. are authorized for Eastern State Hospital, Catawba Hospital, Piedmont Geriatric Hospital, Central Virginia Training Center, Commonwealth Center for Children and Adolescents, Southwest Virginia Mental Health Institute, and Hiram W. Davis Medical Center."

(This amendment makes changes to the capital outlay pool for the following items (1) consolidates two stand-alone projects into the pool for Gunston Hall and the Department of Military Affairs; (2) adds authority for new projects at the University of Virginia, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the Department of Corrections; and (3) adjusts or eliminates authority for several proposed new projects at the Department of Corrections, Department of Forestry, Department of State Police and the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.)