House Bill 202 History
OTHER VERSIONS -
H. B. 202
(By Mr. Speaker, (Mr. Thompson) and Delegate Armstead)
[By Request of the Executive]
(Originating in the Committee on Finance,
July 20, 2010)
A BILL supplementing and amending chapter 8, acts of the
Legislature, regular session, 2010, known as the budget bill,
all supplementing and amending the appropriation for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 2011.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That chapter 8, acts of the Legislature, regular session,
2010, known as the budget bill, be supplemented and amended by
creating Title II, section 8a to read as follows:
Sec. 8a. Appropriations from general revenue surplus accrued.
The following items are hereby appropriated from the state
fund, general revenue, and are to be available for expenditure
during the fiscal year 2011 out of surplus funds only, accrued from
the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, subject to the terms and
conditions set forth in this section.
It is the intent and mandate of the Legislature that the following appropriations be payable only from surplus accrued as of
July 31, 2010, from the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.
In the event that surplus revenues available on July 31, 2010,
are not sufficient to meet all the appropriations made pursuant to
this section, then the appropriations shall be made to the extent
that surplus funds are available as of the date mandated and shall
be allocated first to provide the necessary funds to meet the first
appropriation of this section; and next, to provide the funds
necessary for the second appropriation of this section.
352a-Secretary of State
(WV Code Chapters 3, 5 and 59)
Fund 0155 FY 2011 Org 1600
Special Election - Surplus233
352b-State Department of Education
(WV Code Chapters 18 and 18A)
Fund 0313 FY 2011 Org 0402
2 Schools - Surplus271$ 1,000,000
The purpose of this supplementary appropriation bill is to
supplement and create a new section that contains new items of
appropriation in the aforesaid accounts for the designated spending
units for expenditure during the fiscal year 2011.