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Budget Bill - SB1100 (Introduced)

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Central Capital Outlay

Item C-47

Item C-47

First Year - FY2019Second Year - FY2020
2016 VPBA Capital Construction Pool (18300)$13,500,000$0
Fund Sources: 
Bond ProceedsFY2019 $13,500,000FY2020 $0

A. In addition to the amounts previously authorized in Enactment 1, § 1 A. of Chapters 759 and 769, 2016 Acts of Assembly, the Virginia Public Building Authority, pursuant to § 2.2-2260 et seq., Code of Virginia, is authorized to issue bonds in a principal amount not to exceed $13,500,000, plus amounts needed to fund issuance costs, reserve funds, original issue discount, interest prior to and during the acquisition or construction and for one year after completion thereof, and other financing expenses, to finance the costs of the project described in paragraph C. of this Item.


B. Debt service on bonds issued under the authorization in this Item shall be provided from appropriations to the Treasury Board.


C. Included in the appropriation for this Item is $7,500,000 in bond proceeds the first year for the following project:



199-Department of Conservation

Renovate Various Cabins (18265)



D. The title and scope of the capital project for the Department of Forensic Science, titled, "Expand Central Forensic Laboratory and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Facility," authorized in Enactment 1, § 1 A. of Chapters 759 and 769 of the 2016 Acts of Assembly, is hereby changed to "Expand and Renovate Current or Construct New Central Forensic Laboratory and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner at its current site or another site that is determined by the Department to be more cost effective and operationally efficient."


E. The project previously authorized in Enactment 9 of Chapters 759 and 769, 2016 Acts of Assembly, Renovate the Post Library as a Visitor Center for Fort Monroe, is hereby included in the amounts authorized in Item C-43, D 1 of Chapter 665 of the Acts of Assembly of 2015.


F. 1. The title and scope of the capital project for the Department of Juvenile Justice, titled, "Construct New Juvenile Correctional Center, Chesapeake," authorized in Enactment 1, § 1 A. of Chapters 759 and 769 of the 2016 Acts of Assembly, is hereby changed to "Construct New Juvenile Correctional Center, Isle of Wight".


2. a. The Department of General Services (DGS), with the cooperation of the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), shall construct the New Juvenile Correctional Center, Isle of Wight project authorized in F.1. The project is authorized as a 60 bed facility. DJJ will provide DGS facility program information and assistance as requested.


b. The capital project for the Department of Juvenile Justice, titled, "Renovate or Construct Juvenile Correctional Center, authorized in Enactment 4, § 1 A. of Chapters 759 and 769 of the 2016 Acts of Assembly is hereby rescinded.


c. The provisions of Enactment 4, § 1 B. of Chapters 759 and 769 of the 2016 Acts of Assembly are hereby rescinded.


3.a. DGS shall determine options for a second DJJ Juvenile Correctional Center to be located in Central Virginia. However, the property located in Central Virginia consisting of approximately 427.97 acres along Old Bon Air Road and Rockaway Road in the Midlothian Magisterial District of Chesterfield County, Virginia, having a street address of 1900 Chatsworth Avenue, Bon Air, Virginia, and further designated as Chesterfield County Tax Parcel No. 752713101100000, shall be excluded from any option or consideration as a Central Virginia DJJ Juvenile Correctional Center location. DGS shall report location options for a Central Virginia DJJ Juvenile Correctional Center to the Chairmen of the House Appropriations, Senate Finance Committees and the Governor by October 31, 2018.


b. DGS, working with Chesterfield County, Virginia, shall determine a fair market value and the highest and best use of the DJJ site identified in 3.a of this section and report its preliminary findings to the Chairmen of House Appropriations, Senate Finance Committees, and the Governor by December 1, 2018.


c. In addition, the Department of General Services shall determine the highest and best use for the property located at 3500 Beaumont Road in Powhatan County. In determining such use DGS shall (i) estimate revenues and costs from any sale or development of the entire property or any portion thereof, and (ii) the viability of various options for potential use of the property by the Department of Corrections (DOC), Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), and/or DJJ, DOC, DCR, and DJJ will provide DGS information and assistance, if requested. DGS shall provide the results of its study to the Chairmen of the House Appropriations, Senate Finance Committees, and Governor by October 31, 2018.


d. All costs incurred by DGS to perform the requirements in item F., and all subsections under F., shall be funded by the capital project authorized in F.1.


e. Should the property identified in 3a. be sold by the Commonwealth, any proceeds received from a sale shall be used to offset the capital costs of a DJJ Central Virginia Juvenile Correctional Center location.


G. The amounts provided by this item and Enactment 1, § 1 A. of Chapters 759 and 769 of the 2016 Acts of Assembly include funding for the development of Clinch River State Park by the Department of Conservation and Recreation.


H. The scope of the project, “Renovate Roanoke Readiness Center," for the Department of Military Affairs, authorized for detailed planning in Enactment 4, § 1 of Chapters 759 and 769, 2016 Acts of Assembly is expanded to include all planned phases of the overall project: (1) renovation of four existing buildings, (2) construction of a readiness center addition, and (3) construction of a combined support maintenance shop, as set out in the capital budget project request submitted by the Department of Military Affairs for the 2018-2020 budget.