2003 Session

Budget Bill - HB1400 (Chapter 1042)

Department of Juvenile Justice

Item 440

Item 440

First Year - FY2003Second Year - FY2004
Administrative and Support Services (31900)$14,136,266
General Management and Direction (31901)FY2003 $5,027,551
FY2004 $5,027,551
Computer Services (31902)FY2003 $3,315,083
FY2004 $3,315,083
Accounting and Budgeting Services (31903)FY2003 $2,772,286
FY2004 $2,772,286
Architectural and Engineering Services (31904)FY2003 $470,887
FY2004 $470,887
Food and Dietary Services (31907)FY2003 $165,474
FY2004 $165,474
Personnel Services (31914)FY2003 $1,858,512
FY2004 $1,858,512
Planning and Evaluation Services (31916)FY2003 $526,473
FY2004 $526,473
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2003 $13,999,734
FY2004 $13,999,734
SpecialFY2003 $100,000FY2004 $100,000
Federal TrustFY2003 $36,532FY2004 $36,532

Authority: §§ 66-3 and 66-13, Code of Virginia.

The Department of Juvenile Justice shall convey to the Department of Conservation and Recreation title to a minimum of 1,500 acres, to include river frontage, of property adjacent to the Beaumont Juvenile Correctional Center in Powhatan County for the development of a state park. The Department of Juvenile Justice and the Department of Conservation and Recreation shall develop a plan to divide the property in such a manner as to maximize recreational opportunities and public access to the park, while ensuring the security of the Correctional Center and an adequate buffer to limit access to the areas immediately adjacent to the Correctional Center. The plan shall address the ability of the Department of Corrections to continue agribusiness operations on the property and also shall seek to maximize use of adult and juvenile inmate labor to develop the property into a park. The plan shall be reported to the Secretaries of Public Safety and Natural Resources and the Chairmen of the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees prior to conveyance of the property, but no later than October 1, 2002.