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2005 Session

Budget Bill - HB1500 (Introduced)

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Department of Housing and Community Development

Item 111

Item 111

First Year - FY2005Second Year - FY2006
Economic Development Research, Planning, and Coordination (53300)$40,077,706$40,127,706
Regional and Community Developmental Planning (53301)FY2005 $3,028,772FY2006 $3,028,772
Financial Assistance for Substate Planning (53303)FY2005 $2,284,859FY2006 $2,284,859
Financial Assistance for Community Development (53305)FY2005 $34,764,075FY2006 $34,814,075
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2005 $9,795,960FY2006 $9,845,960
SpecialFY2005 $150,000FY2006 $150,000
Federal TrustFY2005 $30,131,746FY2006 $30,131,746

Authority: Title 15.2, Chapter 13, Article 3 and Chapter 42; Title 36, Chapters 8, 10 and 11; and Title 59.1, Chapters 22 and 22.2, Code of Virginia.


A. This appropriation includes annual membership dues to the Appalachian Regional Commission, $128,091 the first year and $128,091 the second year, from the general fund. These dues are payable from the amounts for Regional and Community Developmental Planning.


B.1. Out of the amounts provided to the Department shall be provided $2,880,000 the first year and $2,880,000 the second year from the general fund for the Indoor Plumbing Program. In addition, an annual allocation of federal dollars will be made available to this program dependent upon the level of federal support each year. Any unexpended balance in this program at the close of business on June 30, 2005, and June 30, 2006, shall not revert to the general fund, but shall be carried forward and reappropriated.


2. The Department and local program administrators shall make every reasonable effort to provide participants basic financial counseling to enhance their ability to benefit from the Indoor Plumbing Program and to foster their movement to economic self-sufficiency.


C. Out of the amounts for Financial Assistance for Substate Planning shall be paid from the general fund in four equal quarterly installments each year:


1. To the Lenowisco Planning District Commission, $89,812 the first year and $89,812 the second year, which includes $38,610 the first year and $38,610 the second year for responsibilities originally undertaken and continued pursuant to § 15.2-4207, Code of Virginia, and the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority.


2. To the Cumberland Plateau Planning District Commission, $92,446 the first year and $92,446 the second year which includes $42,390 the first year and $42,390 the second year for responsibilities originally undertaken and continued pursuant to § 15.2-4207, Code of Virginia, and the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority.


3. To the Mount Rogers Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


4. To the New River Valley Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


5. To the Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission, $72,824 the first year and $72,824 the second year.


6. To the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission, $67,367 the first year and $67,367 the second year.


7. To the Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


8. To the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, $303,499 the first year and $303,499 the second year.


9. To the Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


10. To the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


11. To the Region 2000 Regional Commission, $63,778 the first year and $63,778 the second year.


12. To the West Piedmont Planning District Commission, $70,023 the first year and $70,023 the second year.


13. To the Southside Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


14. To the Piedmont Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


15. To the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission, $165,277 the first year and $165,277 the second year.


16. To the RADCO Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


17. To the Northern Neck Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


18. To the Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


19. To the Crater Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


20. To the Accomack-Northampton Planning District Commission, $59,611 the first year and $59,611 the second year.


21. To the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission $293,995 the first year, and $293,995 the second year.


D. Out of the amounts provided to the Department shall be provided $1,463,112 the first year and $1,463,112 the second year from the general fund for the Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project (formerly known as the Virginia Water Project) operating costs and water and wastewater grants. The Department shall disburse the total payment each year in twelve equal monthly installments.


E. This appropriation includes annual membership dues in the DELMARVA Advisory Council, $7,500 the first year and $7,500 the second year from the general fund.


F. Any remaining balances in the Virginia Enterprise Initiative and the Virginia Removal or Rehabilitation of Derelict Structures Fund shall not revert to the general fund, but shall be carried forward and reappropriated.


G. Any unexpended balance in the Industrial Site Development fund at the close of business on June 30, 2005, and June 30, 2006, shall not revert to the general fund, but shall be carried forward and reappropriated.


I VETO THIS ITEM /s/ MARK R. WARNER (6/25/04) (Vetoed item is enclosed in brackets.)

[ H. Out of the amounts in this item shall be provided $50,000 the first year and $100,000 the second year from the general fund for the Center for Rural Virginia. The department shall report periodically to the Chairmen of the Senate Finance and House Appropriations Committees on the status, needs and accomplishments of the Center. ]