Senate Bill No. 595
(By Senators Helmick, Whitlow, Bailey, Love,
Plymale, Sharpe and Minear)
[Passed March 11, 1995; in effect from passage.]
AN ACT making a supplementary appropriation of federal funds out of
the treasury from the balance of available federal funds
remaining unappropriated for the fiscal year ending the
thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred ninety-four,
to the department of health and human resources, division of
human services, "WVFIMS" account no. fund 8806, fiscal year
1995, organization 0511, supplementing and amending chapter
one, acts of the Legislature, first extraordinary session, one
thousand nine hundred ninety-four, known as the budget bill.
Whereas, The governor has established the availability of
federal funds for a new program now available for expenditure in
fiscal year 1994-1995, which are hereby appropriated by the terms
of this supplementary appropriation bill; therefore
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That chapter one, acts of the Legislature, first extraordinary session, one thousand nine hundred ninety-four, known as the budget
bill, be supplemented and amended by adding to title two, section
five thereof, as follows:
Sec. 6. Appropriations of federal block grants.
249a--Division of Human Services--
Empowerment Zone and Enterprise Community Program
"WVFIMS" Account No.
Fund 8806 FY 1995 Org 0511
The purpose of this supplementary appropriation bill is to
supplement the budget act for the fiscal year 1994-1995 by
providing for a new item of appropriation to be established therein
to appropriate federal moneys available in the fiscal year ending
the thirtieth day of June, one thousand hundred ninety-five.
Awards have been granted to two areas: The rural enterprise
community grants and the urban enterprise community grants. The
grants are to be used for projects and long term strategies that
seek to enhance the economic, educational and employment
opportunities for their residents. These moneys shall be available
for expenditure upon passage of this bill.