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2014 -- H 7133 SUBSTITUTE A

 

 


S T A T E O F R H O D E I S L A N D

 

IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY JANUARY SESSION, A.D. 2014

 

 

 

 

A N A C T

 

RELATING TO MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE STATE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2015

 

 

 

 

Introduced By:Representative Raymond E. Gallison

 

Date Introduced:January 16, 2014

 

Referred To:House Finance

 

(Governor)

 

 

 

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

 

1 ARTICLE 1......... RELATING TO MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF

 

2 FY 2015

 

3 ARTICLE 2......... RELATING TO STATE AID

 

4 ARTICLE 3......... RELATING TO RESTRICTED RECEIPT ACCOUNTS

 

5 ARTICLE 4......... RELATING TO DEBT MANAGEMENT ACT JOINT RESOLUTIONS

 

6 ARTICLE 5......... RELATING TO CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

 

7 ARTICLE 6......... RELATING TO RESOURCE RECOVERY CORPORATION

 

8 ARTICLE 7......... RELATING TO REGIONAL GREENHOUSE GAS INITIATIVE ACT

 

9 ARTICLE 8......... RELATING TO UNDERGROUND ECONOMY AND EMPLOYEE

 

10 MISCLASSIFICATION ACT

 

11 ARTICLE 9......... RELATING TO GOVERNMENT REFORM

 

12 ARTICLE 10....... RELATING TO MAKING REVISED APPROPRIATIONS IN SUPPORT OF

 

13 FY 2014

 

14 ARTICLE 11....... RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT

 

15 ARTICLE 12....... RELATING TO REVENUES

 

16 ARTICLE 13....... RELATING TO STATE LOTTERY

 

17 ARTICLE 14....... RELATING TO GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION

 

18 ARTICLE 15....... RELATING TO HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


1 ARTICLE 16....... RELATING TO HEALTH CARE

 

2 ARTICLE 17....... RELATING TO HOSPITAL UNCOMPENSATED CARE

 

3 ARTICLE 18....... RELATING TO MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

 

4 ARTICLE 19....... RELATING TO MEDICAL ASSISTANCE RECOVERIES

 

5 ARTICLE 20....... RELATING TO BOARD OF EDUCATION

 

6 ARTICLE 21....... RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION

 

7 ARTICLE 22....... RELATING TO EDUCATION

 

8 ARTICLE 23....... RELATING TO EFFECTIVE DATE

 

 

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2 RELATING TO MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF FY 2015

 

 

3 SECTION 1. Subject to the conditions, limitations and restrictions hereinafter contained

 

4 in this act, the following general revenue amounts are hereby appropriated out of any money in

 

5 the treasury not otherwise appropriated to be expended during the fiscal year ending June 30,

 

6 2015. The amounts identified for federal funds and restricted receipts shall be made available

 

7 pursuant to section 35-4-22 and Chapter 41 of Title 42 of the Rhode Island General Laws. For the

 

8 purposes and functions hereinafter mentioned, the state controller is hereby authorized and

 

9 directed to draw his or her orders upon the general treasurer for the payment of such sums or such

 

10 portions thereof as may be required from time to time upon receipt by him or her of properly

 

11 authenticated vouchers.

 

12 Administration

 

13 Central Management

 

14 General Revenues 1,594,772

 

15 Office of Digital Excellence 908,192

 

16 Total Central Management 2,502,964

 

17 Legal Services General Revenues 2,039,872

 

18 Accounts and Control General Revenues 3,973,748

 

19 Office of Management and Budget

 

20 General Revenues 4,018,136

 

21 Restricted Receipts 61,374

 

22 Total Office of Management and Budget 4,079,510

 

23 Purchasing

 

24 General Revenues 2,670,956

 

25 Other Funds 308,496

 

26 Total Purchasing 2,979,452

 

27 Auditing General Revenues 1,434,565

 

28 Human Resources

 

29 General Revenues 7,830,548

 

30 Federal Funds 766,793


 

1

Restricted Receipts

461,639

 

2

 

Other Funds

 

1,547,079

 

3

 

Total Human Resources

 

10,606,059

 

4

 

Personnel Appeal Board General Revenues

 

75,216

 

5

 

Facilities Management

 

 

6

 

General Revenues

 

30,790,738

 

7

 

Federal Funds

 

1,155,237

 

8

 

Restricted Receipts

 

462,262

 

9

 

Other Funds

 

3,322,025

 

10

 

Total Facilities Management

 

35,730,262

 

11

 

Capital Projects and Property Management General Revenues

 

1,252,875

 

12 Information Technology

 

13

 

General Revenues

 

19,377,273

 

14

 

Federal Funds

 

6,631,482

 

15

 

Restricted Receipts

 

4,099,027

 

16

 

Other Funds

 

3,701,511

 

17

 

Total Information Technology

 

33,809,293

 

18

 

Library and Information Services

 

 

19

 

General Revenues

 

881,464

 

20

 

Federal Funds

 

1,184,567

 

21

 

Restricted Receipts

 

653

 

22

 

Total Library and Information Services

 

2,066,684

 

23

 

Planning

 

 

24

 

General Revenues

 

1,922,778

 

25

 

Federal Funds

 

12,561,957

 

26

 

Restricted Receipts

 

3,400,000

 

27

 

Other Funds

 

 

28

 

Federal Highway PL Systems Planning

 

2,984,304

 

29

 

Air Quality Modeling

 

22,875

 

30

 

Total Planning

 

20,891,914

 

31

 

General

 

 

32

 

General Revenues

 

 

33

 

Rhode Island Commerce Corporation

 

5,431,864

 

34

 

RICC Airport Impact Aid

 

1,025,000


1 Sixty percent (60%) of the first $1,000,000 appropriated for airport impact aid shall be

 

2 distributed to each airport serving more than 1,000,000 passengers based upon its percentage of

 

3 the total passengers served by all airports serving more than 1,000,000 passengers. Forty percent

 

4 (40%) of the first $1,000,000 shall be distributed based on the share of landings during the

 

5 calendar year 2014 at North Central Airport, Newport-Middletown Airport, Block Island Airport,

 

6 Quonset Airport, T.F. Green Airport and Westerly Airport, respectively. The Rhode Island

 

7 Commerce Corporation shall make an impact payment to the towns or cities in which the airport

 

8 is located based on this calculation. Each community upon which any parts of the above airports

 

9 are located shall receive at least $25,000.

 

10 RICC EPScore (Research Alliance) 1,150,000

 

11 Innovative Matching Grants 500,000

 

12 Miscellaneous Grants 146,049

 

13 Slater Centers of Excellence 150,000

 

14 Torts Courts/Awards 400,000

 

15 Current Care/Health Information Exchange 225,000

 

16 I-195 Commission 301,000

 

17 RI Film and Television Office 310,312

 

18 State Employees/Teachers Retiree Health Subsidy 2,321,057

 

19 Resource Sharing and State Library Aid 8,773,398

 

20 Library Construction Aid 2,331,589

 

21 Federal Funds 4,345,555

 

22 Restricted Receipts 421,500

 

23 Other Funds

 

24 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

25 Statehouse Renovations 3,000,000

 

26 DoIT Enterprise Operations Center 250,000

 

27 Cranston Street Armory 2,000,000

 

28 Cannon Building 440,000

 

29 Zambarano Building Rehabilitation 500,000

 

30 Pastore Center Rehab DOA Portion 3,150,000

 

31 Old State House 1,445,000

 

32 State Office Building 1,700,000

 

33 Old Colony House 100,000

 

34 William Powers Building 1,475,000


1 Fire Code Compliance State Buildings 500,000

 

2 Pastore Center Fire Code Compliance 1,300,000

 

3 Pastore Center Utility Systems Upgrade 2,600,000

 

4 Replacement of Fueling Tanks 300,000

 

5 Environmental Compliance 200,000

 

6 Big River Management Area 120,000

 

7 Pastore Center Building Demolition 1,000,000

 

8 Washington County Government Center 225,000

 

9 Chapin Health Laboratory 1,250,000

 

10 Pastore Center Parking 890,000

 

11 Pastore Center Water Tanks 250,000

 

12 Pastore Cottages Rehabilitation 800,000

 

13 Ladd Center Building Demolition 2,100,000

 

14 I-195 Commission 250,000

 

15 RI Convention Center Authority 1,000,000

 

16 Dunkin Donuts Center 1,387,500

 

17 Mathias 800,000

 

18 Pastore Center Power Plant 194,723

 

19 Harrington Hall Renovations 1,400,000

 

20 McCoy Stadium 150,000

 

21 Veterans Memorial Auditorium 1,370,099

 

22 Virks Building Renovations 400,000

 

23 Total General 60,379,646

 

24 Debt Service Payments

 

25 General Revenues 168,805,031

 

26 Out of the general revenue appropriations for debt service, the General Treasurer is

 

27 authorized to make payments for the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission loan up to the

 

28 maximum debt service due in accordance with the loan agreement.

 

29 Federal Funds 2,667,399

 

30 Restricted Receipts 20,589,305

 

31 Other Funds

 

32 Transportation Debt Service 26,828,667

 

33 Investment Receipts Bond Funds 100,000

 

34 COPS DLT Building TDI 271,653


1 Total - Debt Service Payments 219,262,055

 

2 Energy Resources

 

3 Federal Funds 524,775

 

4 Restricted Receipts 5,215,426

 

5 Total Energy Resources 5,740,201

 

6 Rhode Island Health Benefits Exchange Federal Funds 23,433,222

 

7 Construction Permitting, Approvals and Licensing

 

8 General Revenues 1,483,525

 

9 Restricted Receipts 1,339,903

 

10 Total Construction Permitting, Approvals and Licensing 2,823,428

 

11 Office of Diversity, Equity & Opportunity

 

12 General Revenues 777,197

 

13 Federal Funds 82,284

 

14 Total Office of Diversity, Equity & Opportunity 859,481

 

15 Statewide Personnel Adjustments

 

16 General Revenues (3,420,118)

 

17 Federal Funds (1,859,816)

 

18 Restricted Receipts (402,343)

 

19 Other Funds (2,603,414)

 

20 Total Statewide Personnel Adjustments (8,285,691)

 

21 Grand Total Administration 425,654,756

 

22 Business Regulation

 

23 Central Management General Revenues 1,234,949

 

24 Banking Regulation

 

25 General Revenues 1,514,260

 

26 Restricted Receipts 50,000

 

27 Total Banking Regulation 1,564,260

 

28 Securities Regulation

 

29 General Revenues 1,009,651

 

30 Restricted Receipts 3,500

 

31 Total Securities Regulation 1,013,151

 

32 Insurance Regulation

 

33 General Revenues 3,883,238

 

34 Restricted Receipts 1,294,012


1 Total Insurance Regulation 5,177,250

 

2 Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner

 

3 General Revenues 507,142

 

4 Federal Funds 2,021,830

 

5 Restricted Receipts 10,500

 

6 Total Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner 2,539,472

 

7 Board of Accountancy General Revenues 16,654

 

8 Commercial Licensing, Racing & Athletics

 

9 General Revenues 586,948

 

10 Restricted Receipts 583,111

 

11 Total Commercial Licensing, Racing & Athletics 1,170,059

 

12 Boards for Design Professionals General Revenues 260,635

 

13 Grand Total Business Regulation 12,976,430

 

14 Labor and Training

 

15 Central Management

 

16 General Revenues 93,361

 

17 Restricted Receipts 337,854

 

18 Other Funds

 

19 Rhode Island Capital Plan Fund

 

20 Center General Building Roof 505,996

 

21 Center General Asset Protection 1,500,000

 

22 Total Central Management 2,437,211

 

23 Workforce Development Services

 

24 General Funds 1,148,769

 

25 Federal Funds 23,892,612

 

26 Restricted Receipts 9,644,795

 

27 Other Funds 75,000

 

28 Total Workforce Development Services 34,761,176

 

29 Workforce Regulation and Safety General Revenues 2,720,916

 

30 Income Support

 

31 General Revenues 4,317,409

 

32 Federal Funds 18,291,060

 

33 Restricted Receipts

 

34 Restricted Receipts 2,146,562


1 Job Development Fund 20,460,000

 

2 Other Funds

 

3 Temporary Disability Insurance Fund 198,485,516

 

4 Employment Security Fund 218,620,120

 

5 Total Income Support 462,320,667

 

6 Injured Workers Services Restricted Receipts 8,951,372

 

7 Labor Relations Board General Revenues 388,648

 

8 Grand Total Labor and Training 511,579,990

 

9 Department of Revenue

 

10 Director of Revenue General Revenues 1,122,100

 

11 Office of Revenue Analysis General Revenues 564,334

 

12 Lottery Division Lottery Funds 342,306,302

 

13 Municipal Finance General Revenues 2,256,992

 

14 Taxation

 

15 General Revenues 18,930,344

 

16 Federal Funds 1,294,330

 

17 Restricted Receipts 878,210

 

18 Other Funds

 

19 Motor Fuel Tax Evasion 43,232

 

20 Temporary Disability Insurance 952,454

 

21 Total Taxation 22,098,570

 

22 Registry of Motor Vehicles

 

23 General Revenues 18,826,844

 

24 Federal Funds 3,818,815

 

25 Restricted Receipts 2,200,596

 

26 Total Registry of Motor Vehicles 24,846,255

 

27 State Aid

 

28 General Revenue

 

29 Distressed Communities Relief Fund 10,384,458

 

30 Payment in Lieu of Tax Exempt Properties 40,080,409

 

31 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Payments 10,000,000

 

32 Property Revaluation Program 633,209

 

33 Municipal Aid 5,000,000

 

34 Restricted Receipts 922,013


1 Total State Aid 67,020,089

 

2 Grand Total Revenue 460,214,642

 

3 Legislature

 

4 General Revenues 36,429,671

 

5 Restricted Receipts 1,587,079

 

6 Grand Total Legislature 38,016,750

 

7 Lieutenant Governor

 

8 General Revenues 1,015,084

 

9 Federal Funds 74,350

 

10 Grand Total Lieutenant Governor 1,089,434

 

11 Secretary of State

 

12 Administration General Revenues 2,205,748

 

13 Corporations General Revenues 2,278,601

 

14 State Archives

 

15 General Revenues 69,266

 

16 Restricted Receipts 514,752

 

17 Total State Archives 584,018

 

18 Elections & Civics General Revenues 1,636,292

 

19 State Library General Revenues 521,178

 

20 Office of Public Information

 

21 General Revenues 626,118

 

22 Receipted Receipts 15,000

 

23 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

24 Charter Encasement 500,000

 

25 Total Office of Public Information 1,141,118

 

26 Grand Total Secretary of State 8,366,955

 

27 General Treasurer

 

28 Treasury

 

29 General Revenues 2,206,467

 

30 Federal Funds 270,861

 

31 Restricted Receipts 37,651

 

32 Other Funds

 

33 Temporary Disability Insurance Fund 220,608

 

34 Total Treasury 2,735,587


1 State Retirement System

 

2 Restricted Receipts

 

3 Admin Expenses State Retirement System 9,308,412

 

4 Retirement Treasury Investment Operations 1,265,045

 

5 Defined Contribution Administration 263,588

 

6 Total State Retirement System 10,837,045

 

7 Unclaimed Property Restricted Receipts 19,712,197

 

8 Crime Victim Compensation Program

 

9 General Revenues 225,638

 

10 Federal Funds 599,477

 

11 Restricted Receipts 1,131,949

 

12 Total Crime Victim Compensation Program 1,957,064

 

13 Grand Total General Treasurer 35,241,893

 

14 Board of Elections

 

15 General Revenues

 

16 General Revenues 2,145,127

 

17 Public Financing of General Elections 2,000,000

 

18 Grand Total Board of Elections 4,145,127

 

19 Rhode Island Ethics Commission General Revenues 1,581,205

 

20 Office of Governor

 

21 General Revenues

 

22 General Revenues 4,277,562

 

23 Contingency Fund 250,000

 

24 Grand Total Office of Governor 4,527,562

 

25 Commission for Human Rights

 

26 General Revenues 1,193,083

 

27 Federal Funds 287,096

 

28 Grand Total Commission for Human Rights 1,480,179

 

29 Public Utilities Commission

 

30 Federal Funds 87,733

 

31 Restricted Receipts 8,372,153

 

32 Grand Total Public Utilities Commission 8,459,886

 

33 Office of Health and Human Services

 

34 Central Management


1 General Revenues 28,044,154

 

2 Federal Funds

 

3 Federal Funds 92,223,591

 

4 Federal Funds Stimulus 312,000

 

5 Restricted Receipts 5,292,880

 

6 Total Central Management 125,872,625

 

7 Medical Assistance

 

8 General Revenue

 

9 Managed Care 297,696,087

 

10 Hospitals 103,617,688

 

11 Nursing Facilities 81,024,113

 

12 Home and Community Based Care 24,069,223

 

13 Other Services 44,649,734

 

14 Pharmacy 51,770,620

 

15 Rhody Health 273,995,508

 

16 Federal Funds

 

17 Managed Care 317,716,679

 

18 Hospitals 102,962,352

 

19 Nursing Facilities 81,121,400

 

20 Home and Community Based Care 30,197,385

 

21 Other Services 552,234,966

 

22 Pharmacy 32,003

 

23 Rhody Health 275,303,671

 

24 Special Education 19,000,000

 

25 Restricted Receipts 10,615,000

 

26 Total Medical Assistance 2,266,006,429

 

27 Grand Total Office of Health and Human Services 2,391,879,054

 

28 Children, Youth, and Families

 

29 Central Management

 

30 General Revenues 4,609,150

 

31 Federal Funds 2,269,607

 

32 Total Central Management 6,878,757

 

33 Children's Behavioral Health Services

 

34 General Revenues 5,895,388


1 Federal Funds 5,828,492

 

2 Other Funds

 

3 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

4 NAFI Center 21,494

 

5 Groden Center Fire Towers 137,500

 

6 Various Repairs and Improvements to Training School 1,154,000

 

7 Total Children's Behavioral Health Services 13,036,874

 

8 Juvenile Correctional Services

 

9 General Revenue 23,400,611

 

10 Federal Funds 271,588

 

11 Other Funds

 

12 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

13 Thomas C. Slater Training School Generators 213,837

 

14 Thomas C. Slater Training School Maintenance Building 535,000

 

15 Total Juvenile Correctional Services 24,421,036

 

16 Child Welfare

 

17 General Revenues

 

18 General Revenues 104,416,147

 

19 18 to 21 Year Olds 10,185,850

 

20 Federal Funds

 

21 Federal Funds 45,482,485

 

22 18 21 Year Olds 2,270,152

 

23 Federal Funds Stimulus 446,340

 

24 Restricted Receipts 2,448,750

 

25 Other Funds

 

26 RICAP - Fire Code Upgrades 850,000

 

27 Total Child Welfare 166,099,724

 

28 Higher Education Incentive Grants General Revenues 200,000

 

29 Grand Total Children, Youth, and Families 210,636,391

 

30 Health

 

31 Central Management

 

32 General Revenues 481,489

 

33 Federal Funds 8,071,320

 

34 Restricted Receipts 4,826,651


1 Total Central Management 13,379,460

 

2 State Medical Examiner

 

3 General Revenues 1,931,511

 

4 Federal Funds 141,325

 

5 Total State Medical Examiner 2,072,836

 

6 Environmental and Health Services Regulation

 

7 General Revenues 9,251,095

 

8 Federal Funds 5,924,339

 

9 Restricted Receipts 3,628,936

 

10 Total Environmental and Health Services Regulation 18,804,370

 

11 Health Laboratories

 

12 General Revenues 6,130,022

 

13 Federal Funds 1,718,714

 

14 Federal Funds Stimulus 6,500

 

15 Total Health Laboratories 7,855,236

 

16 Public Health Information

 

17 General Revenues 1,559,128

 

18 Federal Funds 2,066,331

 

19 Total Public Health Information 3,625,459

 

20 Community and Family Health and Equity

 

21 General Revenues 2,176,155

 

22 Federal Funds 40,748,562

 

23 Federal Funds Stimulus 1,267,231

 

24 Restricted Receipts 26,137,670

 

25 Total Community and Family Health and Equity 70,329,618

 

26 Infectious Disease and Epidemiology

 

27 General Revenues 1,428,520

 

28 Federal Funds 5,150,071

 

29 Total Infectious Disease and Epidemiology 6,578,591

 

30 Grand Total Health 122,645,570

 

31 Human Services

 

32 Central Management

 

33 General Revenues 4,692,120

 

34 Federal Funds 3,777,064


1 Restricted Receipts 522,542

 

2 Total Central Management 8,991,726

 

3 Child Support Enforcement

 

4 General Revenues 2,362,840

 

5 Federal Funds 5,877,595

 

6 Total Child Support Enforcement 8,240,435

 

7 Individual and Family Support

 

8 General Revenues 24,327,801

 

9 Federal Funds 117,893,777

 

10 Federal Funds Stimulus 10,571,598

 

11 Restricted Receipts 340,431

 

12 Other Funds

 

13 Rhode Island Capital Plan Fund

 

14 Blind Vending Facilities 165,000

 

15 Intermodal Surface Transportation Fund 4,162,981

 

16 Total Individual and Family Support 157,461,588

 

17 Veterans' Affairs

 

18 General Revenues 20,274,566

 

19 Federal Funds 7,481,344

 

20 Restricted Receipts 635,000

 

21 Total Veterans' Affairs 28,390,910

 

22 Health Care Eligibility

 

23 General Revenues 8,226,587

 

24 Federal Funds 11,774,391

 

25 Total Health Care Eligibility 20,000,978

 

26 Supplemental Security Income Program General Revenues 18,197,356

 

27 Rhode Island Works

 

28 General Revenues

 

29 Child Care 9,668,635

 

30 Federal Funds 77,040,945

 

31 Total Rhode Island Works 86,709,580

 

32 State Funded Programs

 

33 General Revenues

 

34 General Public Assistance 1,616,000


1 Of this appropriation, $210,000 shall be used for hardship contingency payments.

 

2 Federal Funds 300,692,138

 

3 Total State Funded Programs 302,308,138

 

4 Elderly Affairs

 

5 General Revenues

 

6 General Revenue 6,195,226

 

7 RIPAE 24,484

 

8 Care and Safety of the Elderly 958

 

9 Federal Funds 12,223,967

 

10 Restricted Receipts 299,336

 

11 Total Elderly Affairs 18,743,971

 

12 Grand Total Human Services 649,044,682

 

13 Behavioral Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Hospitals

 

14 Central Management

 

15 General Revenues 970,823

 

16 Federal Funds 539,262

 

17 Total Central Management 1,510,085

 

18 Hospital and Community System Support

 

19 General Revenues 1,594,280

 

20 Restricted Receipts 934,379

 

21 Other Funds

 

22 Rhode Island Capital Plan Fund

 

23 Medical Center Rehabilitation 1,000,000

 

24 Community Facilities Fire Code 400,000

 

25 Total Hospital and Community System Support 3,928,659

 

26 Services for the Developmentally Disabled

 

27 General Revenues 111,028,105

 

28 Federal Funds 112,976,682

 

29 Restricted Receipts 1,977,450

 

30 Other Funds

 

31 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

32 DD Private Waiver 507,286

 

33 Regional Center Repair/Rehabilitation 400,000

 

34 MR Community Facilities/Access to Independence 500,000


1 Total Services for the Developmentally Disabled 227,389,523

 

2 Behavioral Healthcare Services

 

3 General Revenues 1,930,322

 

4 Federal Funds 14,581,527

 

5 Substance Abuse Prevention Task Forces 900,000

 

6 NAMI of RI 128,000

 

7 Restricted Receipts 125,000

 

8 Other Funds

 

9 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

10 MH Community Facilities Repair 400,000

 

11 MH Housing Development Thresholds 800,000

 

12 Substance Abuse Asset Production 100,000

 

13 Total Behavioral Healthcare Services 18,964,849

 

14 Hospital and Community Rehabilitative Services

 

15 General Revenues 51,963,343

 

16 Federal Funds 52,031,533

 

17 Restricted Receipts 6,571,834

 

18 Other Funds

 

19 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

20 Zambarano Buildings and Utilities 150,000

 

21 BHDDH Administrative Buildings 2,000,000

 

22 MR Community Facilities 950,000

 

23 Total - Hospital and Community Rehabilitative Services 113,666,710

 

24 Grand Total Behavioral Health, Developmental Disabilities,

 

25 and Hospitals 365,459,826

 

26 Office of the Child Advocate

 

27 General Revenues 611,817

 

28 Federal Funds 50,000

 

29 Grand Total Office of the Child Advocate 661,817

 

30 Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

 

31 General Revenues 394,279

 

32 Restricted Receipts 80,000

 

33 Grand Total Com on Deaf and Hard of Hearing 474,279

 

34 Governor's Commission on Disabilities


1 General Revenues 358,275

 

2 Federal Funds 141,350

 

3 Restricted Receipts 9,177

 

4 Other Funds

 

5 RICAP - Handicapped Accessibility 1,000,000

 

6 Grand Total Governor's Commission on Disabilities 1,508,802

 

7 Office of the Mental Health Advocate General Revenues 495,010

 

8 Elementary and Secondary Education

 

9 Administration of the Comprehensive Education Strategy

 

10 General Revenues 20,418,574

 

11 Federal Funds

 

12 Federal Funds 192,750,465

 

13 Federal Funds Stimulus 7,727,747

 

14 RTTT LEA Share 6,379,521

 

15 Restricted Receipts 1,269,741

 

16 HRIC Adult Education Grants 3,500,000

 

17 Other Funds

 

18 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

19 State-Owned Cranston 400,000

 

20 State-Owned Warwick 950,000

 

21 State-Owned Woonsocket 1,844,364

 

22 Total Administration of the Comprehensive Education Strategy 235,240,412

 

23 Davies Career and Technical School

 

24 General Revenues 12,240,174

 

25 Federal Funds

 

26 Federal Funds 1,319,532

 

27 Federal Funds Stimulus 42,099

 

28 Restricted Receipts 4,050,538

 

29 Other Funds

 

30 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

31 Davies HVAC 1,237,345

 

32 Davies Asset Protection 194,962

 

33 Total Davies Career and Technical School 19,084,650

 

34 RI School for the Deaf


1 General Revenues 5,929,824

 

2 Federal Funds 221,056

 

3 Federal Funds Stimulus 55,514

 

4 Restricted Receipts 558,248

 

5 Other Funds 59,000

 

6 Total RI School for the Deaf 6,823,642

 

7 Metropolitan Career and Technical School

 

8 General Revenues 10,501,360

 

9 Other Funds

 

10 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

11 MET Asset Protection 100,000

 

12 MET School HVAC 1,160,657

 

13 Total Metropolitan Career and Technical School 11,762,017

 

14 Education Aid

 

15 General Revenues 759,595,856

 

16 Restricted Receipts 17,575,445

 

17 Other Funds

 

18 Permanent School Fund Education Aid 300,000

 

19 Total Education Aid 777,471,301

 

20 Central Falls School District General Revenues 39,036,247

 

21 Housing Aid General Revenues 67,949,504

 

22 Teachers' Retirement General Revenues 89,529,396

 

23 Grand Total Elementary and Secondary Education 1,246,897,169

 

24 Public Higher Education

 

25 Office of Postsecondary Commissioner

 

26 General Revenues 4,566,270

 

27 Federal Funds 5,092,287

 

28 Total Office of Postsecondary Commissioner 9,658,557

 

29 University of Rhode Island

 

30 General Revenue

 

31 General Revenues 69,292,680

 

32 The University of Rhode Island shall maintain tuition charges in the 2014 2015

 

33 academic year at the same level as the 2013 2014 academic year. The University shall not

 

34 decrease internal student financial aid in the 2014 2015 academic year below the level of the


1 2013 2014 academic year. The President of the institution shall report, prior to the

 

2 commencement of the 2014-2015 academic year, to the chair of the Rhode Island Board of

 

3 Education that such tuition charges and student aid levels have been achieved at the start of FY

 

4 2015 as prescribed above.

 

5 Debt Service 20,903,400

 

6 State Crime Laboratory 1,035,888

 

7 Other Funds

 

8 University and College Funds 612,113,492

 

9 Debt Dining Services 1,110,746

 

10 Debt Education and General 3,180,567

 

11 Debt Health Services 136,814

 

12 Debt Housing Loan Funds 10,625,414

 

13 Debt Memorial Union 314,538

 

14 Debt Ryan Center 2,798,531

 

15 Debt Alton Jones Services 103,078

 

16 Debt Parking Authority 949,029

 

17 Debt Sponsored Research 94,572

 

18 Debt URI Energy Conservation 2,460,718

 

19 Rhode Island Capital Plan Funds

 

20 Asset Protection 7,520,000

 

21 Fire and Safety Protection 3,250,000

 

22 Nursing Education Center 700,000

 

23 Electric Substation 7,000,000

 

24 Total University of Rhode Island 743,589,467

 

25 Notwithstanding the provisions of section 35-3-15 of the general laws, all unexpended or

 

26 unencumbered balances as of June 30, 2015 relating to the University of Rhode Island are hereby

 

27 reappropriated to fiscal year 2016.

 

28 Rhode Island Colle