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1997 Session

Budget Bill - SB700 (Introduced)

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Central Capital Outlay

Item C-1

Item C-1

First Year - FY1997Second Year - FY1998
Central Maintenance Reserve (15776)$29,682,241
$29,767,241
$19,817,759
$29,817,273
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY1997 $29,682,241
$29,767,241
FY1998 $19,817,759
$29,817,273

A. The Director of the Department of Planning and Budget is hereby directed to transfer to agencies and institutions eighty-five percent of the following sums:


Agency

Project 1996-98 GF

SA

Code

Agency Name

Code

Appropriations

3

146

Science Museum of Virginia

13634 $844,336

$1,098,368

3

204

The College of William & Mary

12713 $2,118,598

$2,203,989

3

207

University of Virginia - Academic Division

12704 $7,264,379

$7,557,176

3

208

Virginia Tech - Instruction

12707 $7,963,830

$8,284,819

3

211

Virginia Military Institute

12732 $1,731,767

$1,801,567

3

212

Virginia State University

12733 $1,003,004

$1,043,431

3

213

Norfolk State University

12724 $555,350

$577,734

3

214

Longwood College

12722 $482,612

$502,064

3

215

Mary Washington College

12723 $538,213

$559,906

3

216

James Madison University

12718 $1,239,505

1,289,464

3

217

Radford University

12731 $662,744

689,456

3

218

School for the Deaf and the Blind - Staunton

14082 $263,925

274,562

3

219

School for the Deaf and the Blind - Hampton

12543 $411,790

$428,388

3

220

Melchers-Monroe

13565 $9,047

$9,412

3

221

Old Dominion University

12710 $1,619,485

$1,684,759

3

236

Virginia Commonwealth University

12708 $5,023,026

$5,225,483

3

238

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

13633 $784,730

$816,359

3

239

Frontier Culture Museum

15045 $105,097

$109,333

3

241

Richard Bland College

12716 $327,290

$340,482

3

242

Christopher Newport University

12719 $226,679

$235,816

3

246

Clinch Valley College

12706 $242,680

$252,462

3

247

George Mason University

12712 $1,037,862

$1,079,694

3

260

Community College System

12611 $4,283,982

$4,456,651

3

268

Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences

12331 $333,350

$346,786

3

417

Gunston Hall

12382 $73,939

$76,920

3

425

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

13605 $672,866

$699,986

5

203

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center

10885 $1,062,387

$1,105,207

5

702

Department for the Visually Handicapped

13942 $222,998

$231,986

5

720

Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation

10880 $6,620,724

$6,887,579

6

123

Department of Military Affairs

10893 $539,421

$561,163

6

156

Department of State Police

10886 $192,665

$200,430

6

777

Department of Youth and Family Services

15081 $1,886,999

$1,963,056

6

799

Department of Corrections

10887 $4,319,109

$4,493,194

12

194

Department of General Services

14260 $1,894,014

$1,970,353

15

942

Museum of Natural History

14439 $168,414

$175,203

16

301

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

12253 $175,201

$182,262

16

411

Department of Forestry

13986 $162,466

$169,014

Total

$49,500,000

$59,584,514

B. Institutions of higher education may use maintenance reserve funds in the first year to plan projects to be funded from allocations in the second year. Any institution of higher education which has not expended or contractually obligated itself in a legally binding manner to expend 85 percent or more of its biennial general fund appropriation for maintenance reserve by June 30, 1998, shall revert to the general fund of the Commonwealth the amount related to the difference between its percentage actually expended or obligated and the 85 percent standard. For good cause the Director of the Department of Planning and Budget may grant exceptions to this requirement.


C. Institutions of higher education may use maintenance reserve funds: to repair or replace damaged or inoperable equipment, components of plant, and utility systems; to correct deficiencies in property and plant required to conform with building and safety codes or those associated with hazardous condition corrections, including asbestos abatement; to correct deficiencies in fire protection, energy conservation and handicapped access; and to address such other physical plant deficiencies as the Department of General Services may approve. Institutions of higher education may also use maintenance reserve funds to make other necessary improvements or address minor deficiencies that do not meet the criteria for maintenance reserve funding with the prior approval of the Director of the Department of Planning and Budget.


D. The Department of General Services may transfer up to $2,000,000 from the balances in its building operations internal services fund to supplement its maintenance reserve project code 14260 for necessary repair and renovations of state office buildings.


E. Upon an official finding that revenue collections deposited to the State Treasury to the credit of the general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1996 exceed official estimates listed in this act, the Governor shall allocate the amount of such surplus, not to exceed $9,864,514, which shall be in addition to the amounts provided for in this Item, to be apportioned among the several agencies and institutions, on a pro rata basis in relation to the amounts appropriated herein, for maintenance reserve programs and projects.


F. Of the amount specified for the Science Museum of Virginia, $40,000 shall be used for the renovation of the Universe Theater and $180,000 shall be used for the replacement of the Digistar projector.