CHAPTER 24
2001-H 5079A am
Enacted 5/24/2001


A  N     A   C   T

MAKING REVISED APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE STATE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2001

Introduced By:  Representatives Watson, Callahan, Story, Trillo & W.H. Murphy Date Introduced:   January 9, 2001

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

ARTICLE 1

MAKING REVISED APPROPRIATIONS IN SUPPORT OF FY 2001

ARTICLE 2

RELATING TO GASOLINE TAX

ARTICLE 3

RELATING TO SCHOOL HOUSING AID

ARTICLE 4

RELATING TO EFFECTIVE DATE

ARTICLE 1

MAKING REVISED APPROPRIATIONS IN SUPPORT OF FY 2001

SECTION 1. There is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2001 for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, such sums to be the sole change to any sum heretofore appropriated for the same fiscal year, notwithstanding the provisions of Section 22.2 of Chapter 4 and Section 15 of Chapter 3 of Title 35 of the Rhode Island General Laws and Section 6 of Chapter 41 of Title 42, of the Rhode Island General Laws. The state controller is hereby authorized to draw his or her orders upon the general treasurer for the payment of such sum, or so much thereof as may be required from time to time, upon receipt of properly authenticated vouchers.

 

   

Revised

 

Enacted

Revision

Appropriation

Administration

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

General Revenues

1,753,884

(12,431)

1,741,453

Federal Funds

120,828

67,120

187,948

Total - Central Management

1,874,712

54,689

1,929,401

Accounts and Control

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

4,085,504

94,851

4,180,355

Financial Management Information System

2,000,000

1,445

2,001,445

 

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in Chapter 35-3 entitled "State Budget," all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered general revenues

balances of the appropriation for the financial management information system in the Department of Administration at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former applications.

Total - Accounts and Control

6,085,504

96,296

6,181,800

Budgeting-General Revenues

2,062,238

7,143

2,069,381

Municipal Affairs

 

 

 

General Revenues

1,153,125

66,500

1,219,625

Federal Funds

3,266,268

2,898,628

6,164,896

Total - Municipal Affairs

4,419,393

2,965,128

7,384,521

Purchasing-General Revenues

1,946,259

193,188

2,139,447

Auditing-General Revenues

1,315,867

113,245

1,429,112

Human Resources-General Revenues

5,920,439

397,252

6,317,691

Personnel Appeal Board-General Revenues

130,552

(2,205)

128,347

Taxation

 

 

 

Other Funds

 

 

 

Motor Fuel Tax Evasion Program

90,189

824

91,013

Motor Vehicle Emission Inspections-CMAQ

0

172,064

172,064

Temporary Disability Insurance

587,487

(20,222)

567,265

General Revenues

29,548,671

1,949,197

31,497,868

Federal Funds

7,891,203

996,037

8,887,240

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Indirect Cost Recovery

100,000

0

100,000

Vehicle Value Commission - Municipal

15,838

0

15,838

Job Development Fund

214,926

(7,428)

207,498

Total - Taxation

38,448,314

3,090,472

41,538,786

Central Services

 

 

 

Lighting Conservation - Other Funds

661,278

0

661,278

General Revenues

11,940,745

41,573

11,982,318

Energy Office Grants

0

913,924

913,924

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in Chapter 35-3

entitled "State Budget", all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered general revenues

balances of the appropriation for the Energy Office Grants in the Department of

Administration at the end of the fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated in the ensuing

fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former applications.

Federal Funds

9,315,405

5,824,589

15,139,994

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Sale/Lease of Properties to RIRBA

487,608

0

487,608

Stripper Well Oil Overcharge Interest Earnings

712,079

599,199

1,311,278

Diamond Shamrock Overcharge Interest - Earnings

0

55,852

55,852

Coline Gas and National Helium Corp Oil Overcharge

0

16,674

16,674

Total - Central Services

23,117,115

7,451,811

30,568,926

Office of Library and Information Services

 

 

 

Other Funds

 

 

 

Federal Highway - PL Systems Planning

767,562

(3,568)

763,994

Federal Highway - T2 Systems Planning

101,670

1,880

103,550

Intermodal Surface Transportation Funds

30,000

(9,717)

20,283

General Revenues

2,581,365

(72,307)

2,509,058

Federal Funds

1,310,389

50,992

1,361,381

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Regional Library for Blind and Handicapped

5,000

0

5,000

Summer Reading Program

5,830

(213)

5,617

Total - Office of Library and Information Services

4,801,816

(32,933)

4,768,883

General

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

 

 

State House Renovations (Phase I)

0

495,000

495,000

State House Skylights and Roof Repairs

1,101,775

411,434

1,513,209

State House Terrace/South Stairs

1,645,000

(608,196)

1,036,804

Chapin Health Laboratory

500,000

(141,157)

358,843

Cranston Street Armory

727,619

(369,368)

358,251

Underground Storage Tank Remediation

0

81,717

81,717

Cannon Building

390,318

7,534

397,852

Ladd Center

2,125,000

349,368

2,474,368

Veterans' Auditorium

150,000

(150,000)

0

State Office Building

375,000

(352,483)

22,517

Veterans' Auditorium Office Building

75,000

0

75,000

Old Colony House

283,000

(185,000)

98,000

Court Buildings - HVAC

370,000

(55,699)

314,301

Asset Inventory

150,000

(150,000)

0

Washington County Government Center

50,000

0

50,000

State House Renovations - Phase II

60,000

(42,664)

17,336

Environmental Compliance

600,000

300,000

900,000

State House Elevators

418,000

-

418,000

House and Senate Chambers Renovations

174,654

150,358

325,012

Old State House

40,000

0

40,000

State Information Operations Center

75,000

0

75,000

Fox Point Hurricane Barrier

50,000

216,409

266,409

General Revenue

 

 

 

General Revenues

11,081,608

(817,908)

10,263,700

Contingency Fund

0

1,350,000

1,350,000

Race and Police Community Relations Commission

300,000

9,110

309,110

Slater Technology Fund

0

2,000,000

2,000,000

Economic Development Corporation

7,976,807

150,000

8,126,807

Centers of Excellence

3,000,000

250,000

3,250,000

Housing Resources Commission

3,408,695

349,127

3,757,822

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Payment

65,576,716

4,522,560

70,099,276

Property Valuation

1,445,000

28,000

1,473,000

General Revenue Sharing Program

33,496,050

0

33,496,050

Payment in Lieu of Tax Exempt Properties

17,616,190

0

17,616,190

Distressed Communities Relief Program

6,162,500

1,037,500

7,200,000

Resource Sharing and State Library Aid

6,000,000

0

6,000,000

Library Construction Aid

2,000,000

50,000

2,050,000

Federal Funds

700,000

0

700,000

Restore and Replace Insurance Coverage - Restricted Receipts

542,000

23,269

565,269

Total - General

168,665,932

8,908,911

177,574,843

Debt Service Payments

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

RICAP - DEM Debt Service - NBC

655,402

0

655,402

RICAP - DEM Debt Service - WWT

6,697,391

0

6,697,391

RIPTA Debt Service

649,300

(2,078)

647,222

Other Funds

 

 

 

Transportation Debt Service

43,080,690

(912,927)

42,167,763

Sinking Fund

7,000,000

(7,000,000)

0

RIRBA - DLT - Temporary Disability Insurance

60,222

0

60,222

COPS - DLT Building - Other

333,595

25,856

359,451

COPS - Center General - Furniture - TDI

0

2,163

2,163

COPS - Howard Center Telecommunications - TDI

0

20,584

20,584

Debt - URI Education and General

849,484

(54,316)

795,168

Debt - URI Housing Loan Funds

1,520,628

174,845

1,695,473

Debt - URI Dining Services

239,638

(2,740)

236,898

Debt - URI Health Services

113,897

(1,862)

112,035

Debt - W. Alton Jones Services

114,203

(14,996)

99,207

Debt - URI Memorial Union

87,234

0

87,234

Debt - URI Sponsored Research (Indirect Cost)

38,601

64,157

102,758

Debt - RIC Education and General

510,156

(243,698)

266,458

Debt - RIC Housing

512,919

9,266

522,185

Debt - RIC Student Center and Dining

158,973

0

158,973

Debt - RIC Student Union

42,000

(5,450)

36,550

Debt - CCRI Bookstore

179,768

0

179,768

General Revenues

114,031,786

(1,761,452)

112,270,334

Federal Funds

1,863,467

(222,464)

1,641,003

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

RIRBA - DLT - Job Development Fund

22,026

0

22,026

RIRBA - Workers' Compensation Fraud Unit

26,184

0

26,184

COPS - Center General Furniture - WC

57,854

(12,224)

45,630

COPS - DLT Building - WC

186,613

30,780

217,393

COPS - DLT Building - Job Development Fund

42,966

(27,419)

15,547

COPS - Howard Center Telecomm - JD Fund

0

890

890

COPS - Howard Center Telecommunications - WC

21,742

(9,293)

12,449

Convention Center Excess Debt Service Rental Payment

4,535,108

0

4,535,108

Total - Debt Service Payments

183,631,847

(9,942,378)

173,689,469

Grand Total - Administration

442,419,988

13,300,619

455,720,607

Business Regulation

 

 

 

Central Management-General Revenues

1,379,857

(33,753)

1,346,104

Banking Regulation- General Revenues

1,305,835

3,613

1,309,448

Securities Regulation-General Revenues

590,054

80,831

670,885

Commercial Licensing and Regulation

 

 

 

General Revenues

1,114,508

10,176

1,124,684

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Real Estate Appraisers - Registry Fees

12,500

8,500

21,000

Real Estate Recovery

80,000

0

80,000

Total - Commercial Licensing and Regulation

1,207,008

18,676

1,225,684

Racing and Athletics- General Revenues

659,801

10,634

670,435

Insurance Regulation

 

 

 

General Revenues

3,124,216

176,211

3,300,427

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Assessment for Costs of Rate Filings

148,336

4,988

153,324

Insurance Cos. Assessment for Actuary Costs

200,000

0

200,000

Total - Insurance Regulation

3,472,552

181,199

3,653,751

Grand Total - Business Regulation

8,615,107

261,200

8,876,307

Labor and Training

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

General Revenues

267,977

72,119

340,096

Director of Workers' Compensation -Restricted Receipts

455,573

(10,675)

444,898

Total - Central Management

723,550

61,444

784,994

Workforce Development Services

 

 

 

Federal Funds

21,604,387

7,306,129

28,910,516

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

ES - Reemployment Program

0

827,112

827,112

Human Resource Investment Council

8,120,378

799,902

8,920,280

Job Development Fund DET Admin

225,569

41,465

267,034

Job Development Fund - Interest Earnings

320,000

(320,000)

0

Total - Workforce Development Services

30,270,334

8,654,608

38,924,942

Workforce Regulation and Safety-General Revenues

3,575,702

(32,292)

3,543,410

Income Support

 

 

 

Other Funds

 

 

 

Temporary Disability Insurance Fund

124,425,471

10,556,934

134,982,405

Employment Security Fund

151,400,000

(3,200,000)

148,200,000

General Revenues

2,647,174

44,623

2,691,797

Federal Funds

18,013,719

1,436,314

19,450,033

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Tardy UI

740,595

(202,931)

537,664

Tardy Fund - Interest Earnings

30,000

(30,000)

0

Interest Fund UI

512,735

(98,669)

414,066

Interest Fund - Interest Earnings

25,000

(25,000)

0

Total - Income Support

297,794,694

8,481,271

306,275,965

Injured Workers Services

 

 

 

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Claims Mon. & Data Proc. Unit - WC

1,556,515

531,679

2,088,194

Donley Center Operations

3,826,916

424,116

4,251,032

Education Unit

498,262

(6,643)

491,619

Second Injury Fund Operation

2,870,205

(150,154)

2,720,051

Injured Workers' Incentive Benefit

100,897

9,103

110,000

Self Insurance Operations

197,583

12,954

210,537

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant

129,375

18,208

147,583

Total - Injured Workers Services

9,179,753

839,263

10,019,016

Labor Relations Board General Revenues

348,380

(19,084)

329,296

Grand Total - Labor and Training

341,892,413

17,985,210

359,877,623

Legislature

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

19,049,750

8,803,818

27,853,568

Legislative Office Building

4,000,000

0

4,000,000

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in chapter 35-3 entitled "State Budget," all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered general revenues balances of the appropriation for the Legislative Office Building at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former applications.

Audit of Federal Assistance Programs - Restricted Receipts

719,491

8,724

728,215

Grand Total - Legislature

23,769,241

8,812,542

32,581,783

Lieutenant Governor-General Revenues

698,987

2,612

701,599

State

 

 

 

Administration-General Revenues

1,209,426

21,923

1,231,349

Corporations General Revenues

1,270,396

117,757

1,388,153

State Archives

 

 

 

General Revenues

250,906

15,003

265,909

Federal Funds

27,015

1,260

28,275

Historical Records Trust - Restricted Receipts

177,959

3,543

181,502

Total - State Archives

455,880

19,806

475,686

Elections General Revenues

1,533,356

(10,923)

1,522,433

State Library General Revenues

706,801

7,817

714,618

Office of Public Information General Revenues

507,631

(44,737)

462,894

Grand Total - State

5,683,490

111,643

5,795,133

General Treasurer

 

 

 

Treasury

 

 

 

Temporary Disability Insurance Fund - Other Funds

178,142

6,343

184,485

General Revenues

2,451,423

22,164

2,473,587

Federal Funds

237,335

13,388

250,723

Childhood Disease Victim's Fund - Restricted Receipts

16,000

(4,902)

11,098

Total - Treasury

2,882,900

36,993

2,919,893

State Retirement System

 

 

 

Other Funds

 

 

 

Admin Expenses - State Retirement System

11,178,540

(59,334)

11,119,206

Retirement - Treasury Investment Operations

503,577

25,420

528,997

Total - State Retirement System

11,682,117

(33,914)

11,648,203

Unclaimed Property Program - Restricted Receipts

9,712,639

(366,120)

9,346,519

RI Refunding Bond Authority General Revenues

79,221

6,876

86,097

Crime Victim Compensation Program

 

 

 

General Revenues

2,424,759

(8,106)

2,416,653

Federal Funds

1,362,914

15,816

1,378,730

Violent Crimes Compensation - Restricted Receipts

1,669,437

6,659

1,676,096

Total - Crime Victim Compensation Program

5,457,110

14,369

5,471,479

Grand Total - Treasury

29,813,987

(341,796)

29,472,191

Boards for Design Professionals General Revenues

291,087

36,547

327,634

Board of Elections General Revenues

2,295,544

35,080

2,330,624

Rhode Island Ethics Commissions - General Revenues

816,448

73,645

890,093

Office of Governor

 

 

 

General Revenues

3,975,054

44,174

4,019,228

Federal Funds

73,789

(73,789)

0

Grand Total - Office of Governor

4,048,843

(29,615)

4,019,228

Public Utilities Commission

 

 

 

General Revenues

730,664

4,564

735,228

Federal Funds

61,549

0

61,549

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Public Utilities Commission - General

3,261,593

317,094

3,578,687

Public Utilities Reserve Account

731,104

350,000

1,081,104

Energy Facility Siting Fund

125,000

0

125,000

Grand Total - Public Utilities Commission

4,909,910

671,658

5,581,568

Rhode Island Commission on Women-General Revenues

129,400

3,614

133,014

Children, Youth, and Families

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

6,910,067

293,041

7,203,108

Friendship Street Renovations

900,000

528,524

1,428,524

Federal Funds

4,621,469

306,526

4,927,995

Total - Central Management

12,431,536

1,128,091

13,559,627

Children's Behavioral Health Services

 

 

 

Spurwink/RI-Rhode Island Capital Funds

199,000

(199,000)

0

General Revenues

19,324,799

296,972

19,621,771

Federal Funds

20,894,899

(1,406,149)

19,488,750

Total-Children's Behavioral Health Services

40,418,698

(1,308,177)

39,110,521

Juvenile Correctional Services

 

 

 

General Revenues

22,999,468

504,494

23,503,962

Federal Funds

4,422,295

(748,625)

3,673,670

Trainees Benefits - RITS - Restricted Receipts

8,000

0

8,000

Total - Juvenile Correctional Services

27,429,763

(244,131)

27,185,632

Child Welfare

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenue

71,140,020

873,090

72,013,110

Children's Trust Fund

55,500

0

55,500

Federal Funds

47,461,187

6,423,230

53,884,417

Children's Trust Account - SSI - Restricted Receipts

1,323,999

(66,592)

1,257,407

Total - Child Welfare

119,980,706

7,229,728

127,210,434

Higher Education Incentive Grants General Revenues

100,000

11,439

111,439

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in

chapter 35-3 entitled "State Budget," as unexpended, encumbered and

unencumbered general revenues balances of the appropriation for the

higher education opportunity incentive grants in the Department of

Children, Youth and Families at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be

reappropriated in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available

for the same purposes as the former applications.

Grand Total - Children, Youth, and Families

200,360,703

6,816,950

207,177,653

Elderly Affairs

 

 

 

Intermodal Surface Transportation Fund - Other Funds

4,800,000

(133,000)

4,667,000

General Revenue

 

 

 

General Revenue

22,158,691

1,496,894

23,655,585

Safety and Care of the Elderly

1,000

0

1,000

Federal Funds

8,038,672

749,650

8,788,322

Grand Total - Elderly Affairs

34,998,363

2,113,544

37,111,907

Health

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

Trauma Registry - Other Funds

50,000

154,623

204,623

General Revenues

3,105,219

(521,632)

2,583,587

Federal Funds

2,117,274

(19,925)

2,097,349

Indirect Cost Recovery - Central Management - Restricted Receipts

1,538,562

99,810

1,638,372

Total - Central Management

6,811,055

(287,124)

6,523,931

State Medical Examiner General Revenues

1,592,991

18,168

1,611,159

Family Health

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

7,773,290

465,812

8,239,102

Poison Control Center

200,000

52,932

252,932

Federal Funds

24,557,433

2,771,355

27,328,788

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Making the Grade - RWJ Foundation

198,800

140,517

339,317

RWJ - Making the Grade - Planning

0

154,761

154,761

Infant - Child Immunization

2,412,595

992,170

3,404,765

All Kids Count

124,850

(124,850)

0

Total - Family Health

35,266,968

4,452,697

39,719,665

Health Services Regulation

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

3,888,059

334,478

4,222,537

Hospital Care Consultant Report

300,000

2,736

302,736

Federal Funds

2,000,358

(43,871)

1,956,487

Managed Care Regulation - Restricted Receipts

420,307

8,901

429,208

Total - Health Services Regulation

6,608,724

302,244

6,910,968

Environmental Health

 

 

 

General Revenues

3,961,913

45,049

4,006,962

Federal Funds

2,132,968

479,715

2,612,683

State Revolving Fund Administration - Restricted Receipts

521,367

160,812

682,179

Total - Environmental Health

6,616,248

685,576

7,301,824

Health Laboratories

 

 

 

General Revenues

5,675,767

(296,551)

5,379,216

Federal Funds

799,997

(35,829)

764,168

Total - Health Laboratories

6,475,764

(332,380)

6,143,384

Disease Prevention and Control

 

 

 

General Revenues

5,039,540

16,558

5,056,098

Federal Funds

10,694,230

618,504

11,312,734

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

RI Research and Treatment Fund

50,000

(45,000)

5,000

ALF - Tobacco

0

75,000

75,000

Total - Disease Prevention and Control

15,783,770

665,062

16,448,832

Grand Total - Health

79,155,520

5,504,243

84,659,763

Human Services

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

General Revenues

6,781,123

(734,221)

6,046,902

Federal Funds

3,573,988

86,016

3,660,004

Indirect Cost Recovery - Central Management- Restricted Receipts

1,877,347

(97,190)

1,780,157

Total Central Management

12,232,458

(745,395)

11,487,063

Individual and Family Support

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Forand Building Exterior Window Panels

360,000

(340,000)

20,000

Forand Exterior Doors and Windows

135,000

(135,000)

0

Forand Soffits

85,000

(85,000)

0

General Revenues

20,684,808

(1,241,569)

19,443,239

Federal Funds

51,042,720

271,920

51,314,640

Vending Stand Proceeds - Restricted Receipts

73,680

0

73,680

Total - Individual and Family Support

72,381,208

(1,529,649)

70,851,559

Veterans' Affairs

 

 

 

General Revenues

12,089,354

342,745

12,432,099

Federal Funds

5,412,234

691,749

6,103,983

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Veterans' Home Collections

1,360,000

267,998

1,627,998

Veterans' Home - Resident Benefits

1,800

0

1,800

Veterans' Cemetery Memorial Project

90,000

377,433

467,433

Total - Veterans' Affairs

18,953,388

1,679,925

20,633,313

Health Care Quality, Financing and Purchasing

 

 

 

General Revenues

23,007,381

(116,699)

22,890,682

Federal Funds

27,536,145

3,949,254

31,485,399

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

RW Johnson Grant - Dual Eligibles

0

83,798

83,798

Health Indicators Development Project

200,000

39,500

239,500

Alpha Comprehensive Health Insurance Study

200,000

197,988

397,988

Total - Health Care Quality, Financing & Purchasing

50,943,526

4,153,841

55,097,367

Medical Benefits

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

Hospitals

88,797,631

4,391,314

93,188,945

Nursing Facilities

111,585,802

446,968

112,032,770

Managed Care

99,195,663

3,490,486

102,686,149

Other

66,796,740

5,401,666

72,198,406

Special Education

9,493,730

0

9,493,730

Federal Funds

 

 

 

Hospitals

103,778,077

(4,467,022)

99,311,055

Nursing Facilities

130,713,327

(446,097)

130,267,230

Managed Care

116,353,697

8,960,154

125,313,851

Other

77,058,687

7,027,907

84,086,594

Special Education

11,048,800

(42,530)

11,006,270

Organ Transplant Fund - Restricted Receipts

15,000

0

15,000

Total - Medical Benefits

814,837,154

24,762,846

839,600,000

Supplemental Security Income Program- General Revenues

27,756,775

(444,702)

27,312,073

Family Independence Program

 

 

 

General Revenue

 

 

 

Child Care

50,911,639

(565,675)

50,345,964

TANF/Family Independence Program

21,046,236

(3,288,743)

17,757,493

Federal Funds

87,726,094

4,330,408

92,056,502

Total - Family Independence Program

159,683,969

475,990

160,159,959

State Funded Programs

 

 

 

General Revenue

 

 

 

General Public Assistance

1,829,704

(32,754)

1,796,950

Food Stamp Replacement for Legal Immigrants

1,667,390

42,040

1,709,430

Citizenship Participation Program

100,000

0

100,000

Weatherization One-Time Payment

1,748,200

(29,200)

1,719,000

Federal Funds

68,195,003

(10,323,411)

57,871,592

Total - State Funded Programs

73,540,297

(10,343,325)

63,196,972

Grand Total - Human Services

1,230,328,775

18,009,531

1,248,338,306

Mental Health, Retardation, and Hospitals

 

 

 

Central Management General Revenues

1,470,501

28,032

1,498,533

Hospital and Community System Support

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Utilities Upgrade

600,000

(312,000)

288,000

Medical Center Rehabilitation

400,000

(66,480)

333,520

Utility Systems - Water Tanks and Pipes

250,000

(229,000)

21,000

Utility Systems - Sewer Piping

310,000

(310,000)

0

Environmental Mandates

400,000

(380,000)

20,000

Utility Systems - Well Development

480,000

(480,000)

0

Central Power Plant Rehab

0

360,000

360,000

General Revenues

16,373,004

2,504,018

18,877,022

Total - Hospital and Community System Support

18,813,004

1,086,538

19,899,542

Services for the Developmentally Disabled

 

 

 

General Revenues

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Revenues

90,477,440

1,152,137

91,629,577

Pirovano Trust

0

289,085

289,085

Federal Funds

108,970,012

(691,874)

108,278,138

Total - Services for the Developmentally Disabled

199,447,452

749,348

200,196,800

Integrated Mental Health Services

 

 

 

General Revenues

29,586,271

(300,552)

29,285,719

Federal Funds

25,210,421

1,536,990

26,747,411

Total - Integrated Mental Health Services

54,796,692

1,236,438

56,033,130

Hospital and Community Rehabilitation Services

 

 

 

Zambarano Capital Repair - Rhode Island Capital Funds

274,942

(129,942)

145,000

General Revenues

45,438,439

1,634,616

47,073,055

Federal Funds

48,785,104

2,643,065

51,428,169

Total - Hospital and Community Rehab. Services

94,498,485

4,147,739

98,646,224

Substance Abuse

 

 

 

Asset Protection-Rhode Island Capital Funds

100,000

9,426

109,426

General Revenue

 

 

 

General Revenue

14,262,978

22,965

14,285,943

Providence Community Action

213,000

0

213,000

Federal Funds

8,782,953

1,445,822

10,228,775

Asset Forfeiture - Restricted Receipts

55,000

0

55,000

Total - Substance Abuse

23,413,931

1,478,213

24,892,144

Total - Mental Health, Retardation, and Hospitals

392,440,065

8,726,308

401,166,373

Office of the Child Advocate

 

 

 

General Revenues

458,875

26,566

485,441

Federal Funds

339,970

11,080

351,050

Grand Total - Child Advocate

798,845

37,646

836,491

Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing-General Revenues

246,761

0

246,761

RI Developmental Disabilities Council Federal Funds

455,589

0

455,589

Governor's Commission on Disabilities

 

 

 

General Revenues

284,704

3,397

288,101

Federal Funds

23,575

4,051

27,626

Tech Assistance - Comm. on Disabilities - Restricted Receipts

1,750

0

1,750

Grand Total - Governor's Commission on Disabilities

310,029

7,448

317,477

Commission for Human Rights

 

 

 

General Revenues

694,547

59,001

753,548

Federal Funds

306,467

7,172

313,639

Grand Total - Commission for Human Rights

1,001,014

66,173

1,067,187

Mental Health Advocate General Revenues

240,730

2,795

243,525

Elementary and Secondary Education

 

 

 

State Aid - General Revenues

538,603,756

(235,000)

538,368,756

School Housing Aid-General Revenues

26,100,280

4,675,494

30,775,774

Teacher's Retirement - General Revenues

35,412,346

784,838

36,197,184

RI School for the Deaf

 

 

 

School for the Deaf- Physical Education Facility-Rhode Island Capital Funds

360,000

(328,250)

31,750

General Revenues

5,466,314

(14,296)

5,452,018

Federal Funds

808,116

174,841

982,957

Project Communication Coordination - Restricted Receipts

8,290

3,309

11,599

Total - RI School for the Deaf

6,642,720

(164,396)

6,478,324

Central Falls School District-General Revenues

31,495,887

0

31,495,887

Davies Career and Technical School

 

 

 

General Revenues

10,208,410

(79,977)

10,128,433

Federal Funds

913,259

166,345

1,079,604

Educ. Partnership Fund - Career and Technical-Restricted Receipts

25,000

0

25,000

Total - Davies Career and Technical School

11,146,669

86,368

11,233,037

Metropolitan Career and Technical School-General Revenues

1,980,000

0

1,980,000

Program Operations

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Woonsocket-HVAC

417,040

(119,961)

297,079

Chariho - Roof

0

27,889

27,889

Hazardous Materials Storage/Dust

249,339

(67,882)

181,457

East Providence - HVAC

437,725

(378,705)

59,020

Hanley - HVAC

80,000

125,000

205,000

State-owned Facilities - Fire Alarm Systems

100,000

(42,850)

57,150

General Revenues

15,023,184

(48,350)

14,974,834

Computerization of Teacher Certification

0

100,000

100,000

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in Chapter 35-3

entitled "State Budget", all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered general revenues

balances of the appropriation for the Computerization of Teacher Certification in the

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be

reappropriated in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the

same purposes as the former applications.

Federal Funds

109,064,316

8,598,147

117,662,463

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Program Support Recovery of Indirect Costs - Finance

49,081

659

49,740

Program Support Recovery of Indirect Costs

507,182

6,698

513,880

NE Dairy Compact Reimbursement Program

35,000

0

35,000

Total - Program Operations

125,962,867

8,200,645

134,163,152

Grand Total - Elementary and Secondary Education

777,344,525

13,347,949

790,692,474

Board of Governors

 

 

 

General Revenues

162,841,878

0

162,841,878

Federal Funds

1,311,940

995,625

2,307,565

University and College Funds-Other Funds

319,952,567

5,185,272

325,137,839

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Asset Protection/Roofs

5,180,000

3,638,966

8,818,966

Athletic Complex

9,000,000

1,153,227

10,153,227

Knight Megastructure

300,000

(300,000)

0

Master Plan

20,000

0

20,000

Ballentine Hall

1,000,000

(500,000)

500,000

DCYF Facilities

0

50,000

50,000

Plains Road Property

0

10,000

10,000

Alger Hall

0

20,000

20,000

Total - Board of Governors

499,606,385

10,253,090

509,859,475

RI State Council on the Arts

 

 

 

General Revenue

 

 

 

Operating Support

357,407

0

357,407

Grants

812,500

937,500

1,750,000

Federal Funds

572,155

(30,493)

541,662

Art for Public Facilities Fund - Restricted Receipts

66,610

196,760

263,370

Grand Total - RI State Council on the Arts

1,808,672

1,103,767

2,912,439

RI Atomic Energy Commission

 

 

 

URI Sponsored Research-Other Funds

122,192

1,879

124,071

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

RI Nuclear Science Center - HVAC

20,000

0

20,000

Roof Replacement - North Bunker

33,600

0

33,600

General Revenues

620,263

9,527

629,790

Federal Funds

83,000

680,000

763,000

Grand Total - RI Atomic Energy Commission

879,055

691,406

1,570,461

RI Higher Education Assistance Authority

 

 

 

General Revenue

 

 

 

Needs Based Grants and Work Opportunities

6,397,372

122,539

6,519,911

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in chapter 35-3 entitled "State Budget," all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered balances of revenue appropriations for "Need Based Grants and Work Opportunities - RIGL 16-56-6 and 16-56-8" contained in section 1 of this article within the Higher Education Assistance Authority, whether regular or special appropriations, at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former applications.

Authority Operations and Other Grants

1,031,099

0

1,031,099

Federal Funds

6,465,442

217,959

6,683,401

Tuition Savings Program - Administration - Other Funds

108,647

110,560

219,207

Grand Total - Higher Education Assistance Authority

14,002,560

451,058

14,453,618

RI Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Eisenhower House Roof & Chimney

0

127,900

127,900

Eisenhower House - Exterior Painting

20,000

0

20,000

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

889,137

21,500

910,637

Heritage Harbor Museum Construction

2,000,000

(2,000,000)

0

Federal Funds

546,081

(7,176)

538,905

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Survey and Planning

6,186

(1,386)

4,800

Historic Preservation Easement Fund

19,820

813

20,633

Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Fund

200,000

0

200,000

Historic Preservation Loan Fund - Interest Revenue

94,411

5,119

99,530

Grand Total - Historical Preservation Comm.

3,775,635

(1,853,230)

1,922,405

RI Public Telecommunications Authority

 

 

 

Corporation for Public Broadcasting - Other Funds

501,064

(2,800)

498,264

Channel 36 Digital Conversion-Rhode Island Capital Funds

936,568

(936,568)

0

General Revenues

1,272,132

(28,217)

1,243,915

Federal Funds

350,000

0

350,000

Grand Total - R.I. Public Telecommunications Authority

3,059,764

(967,585)

2,092,179

Attorney General

 

 

 

Criminal

 

 

 

General Revenues

8,752,346

191,638

8,943,984

Federal Funds

1,126,057

(48,548)

1,077,509

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Forfeiture of Property

157,869

3,586

161,455

Gambling Forfeitures

26,590

(17,890)

8,700

Federal Forfeitures

5,000

(5,000)

0

Total - Criminal

10,067,862

123,786

10,191,648

Civil

 

 

 

General Revenues

3,709,305

(136,019)

3,573,286

Federal Funds

69,226

1,783

71,009

Public Utilities - Restricted Receipts

473,837

(83,204)

390,633

Total - Civil

4,252,368

(217,440)

4,034,928

Bureau of Criminal Identification

 

 

 

General Revenues

506,484

109,362

615,846

Federal Funds

88,020

138,807

226,827

Total - Bureau of Criminal Identification

594,504

248,169

842,673

General Program - General Revenues

1,357,108

56,483

1,413,591

Grand Total - Attorney General

16,271,842

210,998

16,482,840

Corrections

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

General Revenues

8,902,823

(336,905)

8,565,918

Federal Funds

0

294,074

294,074

Total - Central Management

8,902,823

(42,831)

8,859,992

Parole Board

 

 

 

General Revenues

845,691

(4,399)

841,292

Federal Funds

0

11,707

11,707

Total - Parole Board

845,691

7,308

852,999

Institutional Corrections

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Perimeter & Security Upgrades

1,624,696

(1,051,305)

573,391

Fire Code Safety Improvements

750,000

141,852

891,852

High Security - Fire Alarm/HVAC

0

381,271

381,271

Security Camera Installation

556,000

0

556,000

HVAC Renovation - Maximum

0

83,180

83,180

Aquidneck & Prudence Cells

928,000

(118,650)

809,350

Window Replacement - Women's

360,000

5,230

365,230

Dix Expansion - Phase II

589,000

0

589,000

Reintegration Center - State Match

0

405,850

405,850

Security Upgrades - Women's

100,000

(100,000)

0

General Renovations - Maximum

549,000

(417,300)

131,700

Sallyport/Committing Area - G. McDonald

300,000

(300,000)

0

Dix Expansion - State Match

0

44,660

44,660

General Revenues

88,968,770

17,121,762

106,090,532

Federal Funds

4,545,817

(292,226)

4,253,591

Custody of U.S. Detainees - Restricted Receipts

5,428,500

(1,478,291)

3,950,209

Total - Institutional Corrections

104,699,783

14,426,033

119,125,816

Community Corrections

 

 

 

General Revenues

9,526,339

(504,635)

9,021,704

Transitional Housing For Women

0

100,000

100,000

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in chapter 35-3

entitled "State Budget", all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered general

revenues balances of the appropriation for Transitional Housing For Women in the

Department of Corrections at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated

in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes

as the former applications.

Federal Funds

283,984

40,295

324,279

Total - Community Corrections

9,810,323

(364,340)

9,445,983

Grand Total - Corrections

124,258,620

14,026,170

138,284,790

Judiciary

 

 

 

Supreme Court

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Kent County Court House

0

218,805

218,805

Garrahy Judicial Complex Renovation

940,000

0

940,000

Garrahy Complex Roof

320,000

30,000

350,000

Licht Judicial Exterior/Interior Refurbishing

337,774

0

337,774

Murray Judicial Complex

75,000

0

75,000

McGrath Judicial Complex

140,000

0

140,000

General Revenues

 

 

 

General Revenues

13,665,872

847,225

14,513,097

Defense of Indigents

1,500,000

50,000

1,550,000

Federal Funds

30,000

144,344

174,344

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

RI Supreme Court Disciplinary Counsel

694,386

(14,111)

680,275

Victims Rights Information

50,000

0

50,000

Total - Supreme Court

17,753,032

1,276,263

19,029,295

Superior Court

 

 

 

General Revenues

14,332,691

(428,012)

13,904,679

Federal Funds

0

14,112

14,112

Total - Superior Court

14,332,691

(413,900)

13,918,791

Family Court

 

 

 

General Revenues

9,979,021

284,696

10,263,717

Federal Funds

1,781,838

666,660

2,448,498

Indirect Cost Recovery - Restricted Receipts

185,892

50,630

236,522

Total - Family Court

11,946,751

1,001,986

12,948,737

District Court

 

 

 

General Revenues

6,350,259

52,501

6,402,760

Open Society Institute Grant - Restricted Receipts

0

140,575

140,575

Total - District Court

6,350,259

193,076

6,543,335

Traffic Tribunal General Revenues

4,692,307

534,971

5,227,278

Workers' Compensation Court

 

 

 

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Workers' Compensation Court

4,268,067

(9,771)

4,258,296

Pension - Retired Workers' Comp. Judges

285,552

5,879

291,431

Total - Workers' Compensation Court

4,553,619

(3,892)

4,549,727

Justice Link Program

 

 

 

General Revenues

1,621,705

1,771,126

3,392,831

Federal Funds

1,378,767

(1,128,673)

250,094

Total - Justice Link

3,000,472

642,453

3,642,925

 

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in chapter 35-3 entitled "State Budget," all unexpended, encumbered and unencumbered general revenue and federal fund appropriations for the Justice Link program in the Judicial Department at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated in the ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former applications.

Grand Total - Judiciary

62,629,131

3,230,957

65,860,088

Military Staff

 

 

 

National Guard

 

 

 

Rails to Trails Other Funds

299,896

104

300,000

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Bristol Armory Rehabilitation

295,000

(255,000)

40,000

Schofield Armory - Exterior

125,000

(125,000)

0

Schofield Armory - Boiler

90,000

(90,000)

0

Benefit St. Arsenal Rehabilitation

150,000

(134,220)

15,780

Command Readiness Center - HVAC System

100,000

(100,000)

0

General Revenues

1,638,242

50,587

1,688,829

Federal Funds

5,174,531

558,195

5,732,726

Total - National Guard

7,872,669

(95,334)

7,777,335

Emergency Management

 

 

 

General Revenues

396,735

(376)

396,359

Federal Funds

2,138,168

(24,678)

2,113,490

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Indirect Cost Recovery

3,000

0

3,000

Nuclear Mitigation Fund

100,000

610

100,610

Total - Emergency Management

2,637,903

(24,444)

2,613,459

Grand Total - Military Staff

10,510,572

(119,778)

10,390,794

E-911 Emergency Telephone System General Revenues

3,563,041

(392,636)

3,170,405

Fire Safety Code Board of Appeal and Review General Revenues

164,108

2,035

166,143

Fire Safety and Training Academy

 

 

 

General Revenues

1,266,541

41,886

1,308,427

Federal Funds

39,185

141,328

180,513

Grand Total- Fire Safety and Training Academy

1,305,726

183,214

1,488,940

Commission on Judicial Tenure and Discipline General Revenues

92,606

8,596

101,202

Rhode Island Justice Commission

 

 

 

General Revenues

179,638

0

179,638

Federal Funds

5,201,575

(375,884)

4,825,691

Grand Total - Rhode Island Justice Commission

5,381,213

(375,884)

5,005,329

Municipal Police Training Academy

 

 

 

General Revenues

444,798

33,757

478,555

Federal Funds

65,106

24,813

89,919

Total - Municipal Police Training Academy

509,904

58,570

568,474

State Police

 

 

 

Headquarters Repairs/Renovations Rhode Island Capital Funds

207,059

(177,494)

29,565

Other Funds

 

 

 

Traffic Enforcement - Municipal Training

154,643

95,055

249,698

Lottery Commission Assistance

99,698

796

100,494

Road Construction Reimbursement

1,941,171

351,313

2,292,484

General Revenues

33,124,140

1,257,488

34,381,628

Federal Funds

559,667

1,062,446

1,622,113

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Forfeited Property - Retained

92,500

27,063

119,563

Forfeited Property - Gambling

36,500

0

36,500

Forfeitures - Federal

519,609

66,165

585,774

Grand Total - State Police

36,734,987

2,682,832

39,417,819

Office of Public Defender

 

 

 

General Revenues

5,264,386

149,673

5,414,059

Federal Funds

0

350,167

350,167

Grand Total - Office of Public Defender

5,264,386

499,840

5,764,226

Sheriffs of Several Counties General Revenues

8,767,198

(129,293)

8,637,905

Environmental Management

 

 

 

Policy and Administration

 

 

 

Other Funds

 

 

 

Symms Recreational Trails

25,085

(25,085)

0

Blackstone Bikepath Design

1,105,065

1,212

1,106,277

DOT Recreational Projects

0

220,000

220,000

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Dam Repair

945,000

10,411

955,411

Allendale Dam

41,680

0

41,680

General Revenues

7,473,539

1,477,331

8,950,870

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in chapter 35-3

entitled "State Budget", all unexpended, encumbered, and unencumbered balances of general

revenue appropriations for Permit Streamlining within the appropriation for Policy

and Administration at the end of fiscal year 2001 shall be reappropriated in the

ensuing fiscal year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the

former applications.

Federal Funds

1,575,894

300,844

1,876,738

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Oil Spill Prevent. Admin. and Resp. Fund

5,485,264

0

5,485,264

Boating Registration - Fees and Penalties

405,644

72,988

478,632

Natural Heritage Revolving Fund

0

175,000

175,000

Champlin Grant for Goddard Horse Barn

325,000

0

325,000

Indirect Cost Recovery

463,684

45

463,729

Total - Policy and Administration

17,845,855

2,232,746

20,078,601

Natural Resources

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

Fish and Wildlife Office/Lab

1,125,000

375,000

1,500,000

Galilee Piers

1,000,000

390,455

1,390,455

Newport Piers

2,000,000

(309,524)

1,690,476

Westerly Boat Ramp

60,000

(59,813)

187

Misquamicut Beach

0

16,357

16,357

Recreational Facilities Improvement

0

149,208

149,208

Brenton Point

0

30,000

30,000

General Revenues

13,399,743

996,530

14,396,273

Federal Funds

11,924,565

419,726

12,344,291

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Indirect Cost Recovery - Public Res.

55,000

0

55,000

Fishing License Receipts

286,558

(54,073)

232,485

Hunting License Receipts

285,404

55

285,459

Fishing and Game Land Acquisition and Development

325,762

0

325,762

Shellfish and Marine License Receipts

718,834

203,730

922,564

Trout Stamp Fund

106,492

55,000

161,492

Migratory Waterfowl Stamps

44,906

0

44,906

State Forestry Fund

119,099

0

119,099

Boating Registration

622,477

158,568

781,045

Total - Natural Resources

32,073,840

2,371,219

34,445,059

Environmental Protection

 

 

 

Aquafund - Other Funds

52,307

659

52,966

General Revenues

8,716,069

95,053

8,811,122

Federal Funds

7,757,101

525,510

8,282,611

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

State Revolving Fund Administration

178,687

1,228

179,915

Indirect Cost Recovery - Water Quality

252,476

24

252,500

Underground Storage Tank Loan Fund

0

500

500

Environmental Response Fund II

407,223

19

407,242

Water and Air Protection Program

464,019

166,141

630,160

Underground Storage Tanks

280,026

(100,010)

180,016

Total - Environmental Protection

18,107,908

689,124

18,797,032

Grand Total - Environmental Management

68,027,603

5,293,089

73,320,692

Coastal Resources Management Council

 

 

 

South Coast Restoration Project - Rhode Island Capital Funds

36,000

(36,000)

0

General Revenues

1,066,351

92,062

1,158,413

Federal Funds

1,022,857

127,569

1,150,426

Total - Coastal Resources Management Council

2,125,208

183,631

2,308,839

State Water Resources Board

 

 

 

Rhode Island Capital Funds

 

 

 

- Big River Mgt. Area

80,000

6,363

86,363

- Big River Mgmt. Area Water Survey

112,261

0

112,261

- Water Allocation Plan

404,825

58,156

462,981

- Water Allocation Plan - State Plan

50,000

(50,000)

0

-Well Head Drilling/Testing

130,000

(130,000)

0

- Groundwater Prot/Acquisition Program

0

86,267

86,267

General Revenues

975,861

28,644

1,004,505

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws in chapter 35-3

entitled "State Budget," all unexpended, encumbered, and unencumbered balances of general

revenue appropriations for the Water Management Information System at the end

of fiscal year 2001 not to exceed $45,000 shall be reappropriated in the ensuing

year and made immediately available for the same purposes as the former applications.

Total - State Water Resources Board

1,752,947

(570)

1,752,377

Transportation

 

 

 

Central Management

 

 

 

Gasoline Tax - Other Funds

3,073,533

(47,517)

3,026,016

Federal Funds

2,210,740

1,639,072

3,849,812

Total - Central Management

5,284,273

1,591,555

6,875,828

Management and Budget- Gasoline Tax -Other Funds

1,677,900

167,791

1,845,691

Infrastructure Maintenance Gasoline Tax Other Funds

35,117,987

1,467,587

36,585,574

Infrastructure - Engineering

 

 

 

Other Funds

 

 

 

Gasoline Tax

37,570,590

(535,181)

37,035,409

State Infrastructure Bank

0

500,000

500,000

Land Sale Revenue

2,000,000

1,500,000

3,500,000

Federal Funds

203,538,833

24,372,994

227,911,827

Restricted Receipts

 

 

 

Transit Vehicle Disposal

20,000

30,000

50,000

Freight Rail Improvement Project

68,500,000

(43,500,000)

25,000,000

Transit Vehicle Disposal/Match

0

10,600

10,600

Total - Infrastructure - Engineering

311,629,423

(17,621,587)

294,007,836

Grand Total - Transportation

353,709,583

(14,394,654)

339,314,929

Statewide Totals

 

 

 

General Revenues Funds Total

2,414,089,790

65,175,627

2,479,265,417

Federal Funds Total

1,439,528,153

82,162,940

1,521,691,093

Restricted Receipt Funds Total

146,597,930

(38,797,876)

107,800,054

Other Funds Total

807,050,237

7,660,478

814,710,715

Statewide Grand Total

4,807,266,110

116,201,169

4,923,467,279

SECTION 2. Departments and agencies listed below may not exceed the number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) positions shown below in any pay period. Full-time equivalent positions do not include seasonal or intermittent positions whose scheduled period of employment does not exceed twenty-six (26) consecutive weeks or whose scheduled hours do not exceed nine hundred and twenty-five (925) hours, excluding overtime, in a one (1) year period. Nor do they include individuals engaged in training, the completion of which is a prerequisite of employment. Nor do they include positions established under the Board of Governors for Higher Education whose incumbents are performing research funded by third party funding through the following accounts: University of Rhode Island Sponsored Contract Research; Rhode Island College Sponsored Research-Federal; Community College of Rhode Island Sponsored Research-Federal; and Community College of Rhode Island Sponsored Research-Private.

The Board of Governors shall submit biannual research position reports in August and February to the Director of Administration, Chairperson of the House Finance Committee and Chairperson of the Senate Finance Committee, with copies to the Budget Officer, House Fiscal Advisor, and Senate Fiscal Advisor. The reports shall include, by account, the names of the researchers, percent of full-time equivalency funded from third party research funds, research grant(s), and the beginning and ending dates of the grant(s) for each exempted position.

Provided, however, that the Governor, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the Majority Leader of the Senate may authorize an adjustment to any limitation. Prior to the authorization, the State Budget Officer shall make a detailed written recommendation to the Governor, the Speaker of the House, and the Senate Majority Leader. A copy of the recommendation and authorization to adjust shall be transmitted to the chairman of the House Finance Committee, Senate Finance Committee, the House Fiscal Advisor and the Senate Fiscal Advisor.

FTE POSITION AUTHORIZATION

Departments and Agencies

Full-Time Equivalent

Administration

1,137.0

Business Regulation

111.0

Labor and Training

561.0

Legislature

280.0

Lieutenant Governor General

10.0

Secretary of State

57.2

General Treasurer

87.5

Boards for Design Professionals

4.0

Board of Elections

21.3

Rhode Island Ethics Commission

10.0

Office of the Governor

50.0

Public Utilities Commission

44.0

Rhode Island Commission on Women

2.0

Children, Youth, and Families

875.9

Elderly Affairs

60.6

Health

476.1

Human Services

1,142.9

Mental Health, Retardation, and Hospitals

2,138.0

Office of the Child Advocate

13.0

Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

3.0

RI Developmental Disabilities Council

3.0

Governor's Commission on Disabilities

4.6

Commission for Human Rights

15.0

Office of the Mental Health Advocate

3.3

Elementary and Secondary Education

343.2

Higher Education - Board of Governors

3,578.9

Rhode Island Council on the Arts

6.0

RI Atomic Energy Commission

8.6

Higher Education Assistance Authority

46.6

Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission

17.6

Public Telecommunications Authority

22.0

Attorney General

228.0

Corrections

1,596.6

Judicial

700.0

Military Staff

94.0

E-911 Emergency Telephone System

47.6

Fire Safety Code Bd. of Appeal and Review

2.0

RI State Fire Marshal

21.5

Commission on Judicial Tenure and Discipline

1.0

Rhode Island Justice Commission

9.0

Municipal Police Training Academy

4.0

State Police

266.0

Office of the Public Defender

75.5

Sheriffs of the Several Counties

167.0

Environmental Management

584.5

Coastal Resources Management Council

28.0

Water Resources Board

9.0

Transportation

864.3

Total

15,831.3

 

SECTION 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 35-3-15 of Chapter 35 of the Rhode Island General Laws, all unexpended and unencumbered balances as of June 30, 2001 relating to the Pirovano Trust in the Department of Mental Health, Retardation are hereby reappropriated to fiscal year 2002.

SECTION 4. Section 14 of Article 1 of Chapter 55 of the Public Laws of 2000 authorizes the reappropriation of any unexpended funds from the Rhode Island Capital Plan Fund for the purposes for which they were originally appropriated. The following is a listing of those projects completed in FY 2000 for which reappropriated funds are no longer required. The amounts listed are hereby withdrawn and the State Controller is authorized to return these funds to the Rhode Island Capital Plan Fund.

 

FY 2001

Balance

FY 2001

FY 2001

 

Enacted

Forward

Supplemental

Revised

RICAP Project

 

 

 

 

Children, Youth and Families

 

 

 

 

Contracted Child Care Centers

0

3,338

(3,338)

0

Human Services

 

 

 

 

Split Air System - Pasteur/Rush Buildings

0

4,266

(4,266)

0

Higher Education

 

 

 

 

Challenge Grants

0

445

(445)

0

Corrections

 

 

 

 

Women's Facility - Perimeter/Interior Upgrades

0

7,105

(7,105)

0

State Police

 

 

 

 

Headquarters Security Upgrades

0

391

(391)

0

 

SECTION 5. This article shall take effect upon passage.

ARTICLE 2

RELATING TO GASOLINE TAX

SECTION 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of 31-36-20 entitled "Disposition of Proceeds" relating to the Motor Fuel Tax, in fiscal year 2001 $1,148,663 shall be transferred from the intermodal surface transportation fund to general revenues.

SECTION 2. This article shall take effect July 1, 2000.

ARTICLE 3

RELATING TO SCHOOL HOUSING AID

SECTION 1. Section 16-7-39 of the General Laws in Chapter 16-7 entitled "Foundation Level School Support" is hereby amended to read as follows:

16-7-39 Computation of school housing aid ratio. - For each community, the percent of state aid for school housing costs shall be computed in the following manner:

(1) For projects approved prior to July 1, 1981: from (i) the number of resident pupils in average daily membership in grades one through twelve (12) for the state fiscal year next preceding that in which aid is to be paid multiplied by three hundred and fifty dollars ($350), deduct (ii) the yield of a thirteen dollars and twenty-eight cents ($13.28) tax per thousand dollars of equalized weighted assessed valuation, and (iii) the ratio that the resultant figure bears to the computation in (i) shall be the school housing aid ratio; provided, however, that in no case shall the ratio be less than thirty percent (30%) each year.

(2) For projects approved after July 1, 1981, the school housing share ratio shall be calculated in the following manner: (i) the adjusted equalized weighted assessed valuation for the district is divided by the resident average daily membership for the district (grades twelve (12) and below); (ii) the adjusted equalized weighted assessed valuation for the state is divided by the resident average daily membership for the state (grades twelve (12) and below); (i) is then divided by (ii) and the resultant ratio is multiplied by the difference between one hundred percent (100%) and a factor currently set at sixty-two percent (62%) which represents the approximate average district share of school support; the resulting product is then subtracted from one hundred percent (100%) to yield the housing aid share ratio, provided that in no case shall the ratio be less than thirty percent (30%). The resident average daily membership shall be determined in accordance with 16-7-22(a).

SECTION 2. This article shall take effect upon passage.

ARTICLE 4

RELATING TO EFFECTIVE DATE

This act shall take effect upon passage, except as otherwise provided herein.


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