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2021 Special Session I

Budget Bill - HB1800 (Enrolled)

Central Capital Outlay

Item C-64

Item C-64

First Year - FY2021Second Year - FY2022
Central Maintenance Reserve (15776)$137,000,000$137,000,000
$137,750,000
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2021 $0FY2022 $137,750,000
Bond ProceedsFY2021 $137,000,000FY2022 $137,000,000
$0

A. 1.  A total of $137,000,000 the first year and $137,000,000 the second year is hereby authorized for issuance by the Virginia Public Building Authority pursuant to § 2.2-2263 Code of Virginia, or the Virginia College Building Authority pursuant to § 23.1-1200 et seq., Code of Virginia, for capital costs of maintenance reserve projects.


2. Out of this appropriation, $137,750,000 the second year from the general fund is designated for capital costs of maintenance reserve projects.


B. The proceeds of such bonds authorized in paragraph A.1. and the general fund authorized in paragraph A.2. are hereby appropriated for the capital costs of the following maintenance reserve projects:


Agency Name/Code

Project Code

FY 2021

FY 2022

Department of Military Affairs (123)

10893

$983,198

$983,198

Department of Emergency Management (127)

15989

$101,115

$101,115

The Science Museum of Virginia (146)

13634

$689,602

$689,602

Department of State Police (156)

10886

$660,197

$660,197

Department of General Services (194)

14260

$18,932,172

$18,932,172

$19,432,172

Department of Conservation and Recreation (199)

16646

$2,703,908

$2,703,908

The Library of Virginia (202)

17423

$186,236

$186,236

Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center (203)

10885

$548,599

$548,599

The College of William and Mary (204)

12713

$3,707,638

$3,707,638

University of Virginia (207)

12704

$13,060,405

$13,060,405

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (208)

12707

$13,725,568

$13,725,568

Virginia Military Institute (211)

12732

$1,733,844

$1,733,844

Virginia State University (212)

12733

$3,811,227

$3,811,227

Norfolk State University (213)

12724

$4,164,086

$4,164,086

Longwood University (214)

12722

$1,899,815

$1,899,815

University of Mary Washington (215)

12723

$1,671,520

$1,671,520

James Madison University (216)

12718

$5,012,314

$5,012,314

Radford University (217)

12731

$2,238,123

$2,238,123

Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind (218)

14082

$463,468

$463,468

Old Dominion University (221)

12710

$3,670,222

$3,670,222

Virginia Commonwealth University (236)

12708

$7,152,137

$7,152,137

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (238)

13633

$837,203

$837,203

Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia (239)

15045

$606,690

$606,690

Richard Bland College (241)

12716

$521,507

$521,507

Christopher Newport University (242)

12719

$1,027,186

$1,027,186

University of Virginia's College at Wise (246)

12706

$781,393

$781,393

George Mason University (247)

12712

$5,902,972

$5,902,972

Virginia Community College System (260)

12611

$13,305,162

$13,305,162

Virginia Institute of Marine Science (268)

12331

$811,261

$811,261

Eastern Virginia Medical School (274)

18190

$322,485

$322,485

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (301)

12253

$418,291

$418,291

Marine Resources Commission (402)

16498

$102,603

$102,603

Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy (409)

13096

$111,466

$111,466

Department of Forestry (411)

13986

$472,444

$472,444

Gunston Hall (417)

12382

$175,253

$175,253

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation (425)

13605

$1,687,911

$1,687,911

Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (702)

13942

$387,738

$387,738

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720)

10880

$6,835,202

$6,835,202

$7,085,202

Department of Juvenile Justice (777)

15081

$1,061,383

$1,061,383

Department of Forensic Science (778)

16320

$544,218

$544,218

Department of Corrections (799)

10887

$11,875,427

$11,875,427

Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (885)

18044

$335,675

$335,675

Department of Veterans Services (912)

17073

$101,115

$101,115

Roanoke Higher Education Center (935)

17916

$385,136

$385,136

Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (937)

18131

$306,956

$306,956

New College Institute (938)

18132

$306,956

$306,956

Virginia Museum of Natural History (942)

14439

$334,753

$334,753

Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center (948)

16499

$326,220

$326,220

Total

 

 

$137,000,000

 

$137,000,000

$137,750,000




C. Expenditures for amounts appropriated in this Item are subject to conditions defined in §2-0 E. of this act.


D. 1. In order to reduce building operation costs and repay capital investments, agencies and institutions of higher education may give priority to maintenance reserve projects which result in guaranteed savings to the agency or institution pursuant to § 11-34.3, Code of Virginia.


2. Agencies and institutions of higher education may use maintenance reserve funds to finance the following capital costs: 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, safety and security, energy conservation and handicapped access; and to address such other physical plant deficiencies as the Director, Department of Planning and Budget may approve. Agencies and institutions of higher education may also use maintenance reserve funds to make other necessary improvements that do not meet the criteria for maintenance reserve funding with the prior approval of the Director, Department of Planning and Budget.


E. 1. The Department of General Services is authorized to use these funds from its maintenance reserve allocation and any balances left from prior maintenance reserve allocations for necessary repairs and improvements in and around Capitol Square for items such as repair and conservation of the historic fence, repair and improvements to the grounds, upkeep and ongoing repairs to the exterior of the Capitol and Bell Tower, needed safety and security upgrades, and conservation and maintenance of monuments and statues. The use of and allocation of these funds shall be as deemed appropriate by the Director, Department of General Services.


2. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 2.2-1130, Code of Virginia, the Department of General Services shall retain custody, control and supervision of the Virginia War Memorial Carillon. Out of the amounts provided for the Department of General Services (Project Code 14260), the Department shall provide for maintenance and repair of the Virginia War Memorial Carillon. In addition, notwithstanding the provisions of § 2.2-1130, Code of Virginia, any fund balances held by the Department of General Services and new revenues generated by the Department of General Services under the provisions of § 2.2-1130, Code of Virginia, shall be paid to the Department of General Services by the Comptroller and shall be retained by the Department of General Services for the upkeep, maintenance, and improvement of the Virginia War Memorial Carillon.


F. 1. The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation may use an amount not to exceed 20 percent of its annual maintenance reserve allocation from this Item for the conservation of art and artifacts.


2. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts may use an amount not to exceed 20 percent of its annual maintenance reserve allocation from this Item for the conservation of art works owned by the Museum.


3. The Frontier Culture Museum may use an amount not to exceed 20 percent of its annual maintenance reserve allocation from this item for the conservation of art and artifacts.


G. The Department of Corrections may use a portion of its annual maintenance reserve allocation to make modifications to correctional facilities needed to enable the agency to meet the requirements of the federal Prison Rape Elimination Act.


H. The Frontier Culture Museum may use its maintenance reserve allocation to pave the loop roads, paths, and parking lots, repair and replace restroom facilities, improve public entrance accessibility, and improve the grounds at the museum, and restore, repair or renew exhibits.


I. The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation may utilize its annual maintenance reserve allocation to restore, repair or renew exhibits.


J. The Department of Corrections may use up to $1,500,000 of its annual maintenance reserve allocation to retrofit the correctional facility in Culpeper County that had been used in the past by the Department of Juvenile Justice to house juvenile defenders, but will be used to house adult offenders.


K. Gunston Hall may use an amount not to exceed 20 percent of its annual maintenance reserve allocation from this Item to restore, repair, or renew exhibits. Furthermore, it may use its maintenance reserve allocation to pave the roads, paths, and parking lots, improve entrance accessibility, and improve the grounds at the museum.


L. 1. Out of the amounts provided for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720), Project Code 10880, up to $570,000 may be used to begin the initial environmental remediation recommended in the initial environmental site assessment at the Central Virginia Training Center site.


2. Out of the amounts provided for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720), Project Code 10880, up to $250,000 may be used to extend the water main and modify the water system as part of the transition of the water supply system at the Central Virginia Training Center site to the Amherst County Service Authority.


M. Out of the amount allocated for the Department of General Services, $1,000,000 the first year and $1,000,000 the second year is designated for building and utility repairs at Fort Monroe. After determining those buildings and utilities to be repaired, and the priority in which repairs will be undertaken within the available allocation in this item, the Fort Monroe Authority shall present an annual plan to the Director, Department of Planning and Budget. The Fort Monroe Authority is authorized to use a portion of this funding allocation to secure the services of a project manager for overseeing and coordinating the on-site efforts involving the various repairs at Fort Monroe. The project manager shall work in consultation and coordination with the Department of General Services. The Department of General Services shall act as fiscal agent for the authorized funds.